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Elkhart Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 3, 1889, Elkhart, Indiana Office au g 30 80 ESTABLISHED 1866 AS THE NO 40. Professional OCT 1889. TERMS:$L5 110 Marion St. C. S. M. D. Marion 2nd E. M. D. 132 Division ii e adjoining Hoffman's from office J. H. a of set of for every part of a Pub. in furniture 117 Main and For Sale by Leading Solely ty Davis Swing tllO tlie ia iu any the n 11 t Is I lio to la to majority of tJio c w K 1 d uso factory One at where vc have no akb Send for read the Chicago N it's tin are two every political The Daily gives both with A party magnifies one side and dwarfs the No sensible man wants to ' be trifled with in this The lime has gone by when citizens expect to inherit their political They want ike to do this they want a paper to tell them the regardless of their own personal Jf you are an and in read an honest and newspaper read he Chicago circulation a a million a it by a four months rome Is ity the people aud many a who Ire of aKE MICHIGAN and May 12 Shore Shore to and from EJ aa 12,Via and Coldwater to Gr. iue G. to leaves at 7:45 22 rons via Bristol and 2 via Goshen and Ivs 12:t5 t ra O. via Bristol to Gr. X p E. runs to Goshen leaves at Mo 1. passengers for points 8 n via Old runs to Goshen via UNS MAKING AT a B. Grand riin 21 Air a 27 a 8. Chicago leaves at p m ' 6. 6:50^ Mail east does mbt Papers and mail arrive dally No. 3 to Ooa passengers changing to train Mo. 38. irom Goshen on Train No. av cotf at it going 8, East. Nos. y. Wes A. J. O. P. t YOU AND I I were a and held the lives and fortunes of my subjects in the hollow of my I would issue an imperial ukase forbidding under great pains and penalties the organization of for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children in any part of my This may sound a little strange to people who know how fond I am of but it is nevertheless But I would stop the organization of such societies because I would regulate the affairs of my empire in such a manner that no little child within the limits of even its farthest province would be subjected to I do not believe that any nation is civilized within whose borders even one little child is subjected to brutal or is brought up in or or or I that the treatment accorded millions of little ones in this nation stamps it as pagan past hope and past I believe that the greatest duty of a civilized government is to furnish homes where every little child that is born under a star of ill omen can be cared for during its and educated until it reaches and then sent out into the world Just as practically equipped to fight the battles of life as are the The children of the vicious should be taken away from them and cared for by the and homes be provided for half where their remaining parent can visit them at any I would not have these children subject to the cruelties brutal nurses and for I would hang the first man that ever showed them an unkindness and that would have a tendency to check abuse of the All this and a great deal more I do would if the czar of Russia would lay off and let me in his and 1 do not believe my subjects would blow me up with do not know that the officers of the county agricultural association desire any suggestions from managers of public institutions are not friendly to my gentle 1 think I could furnish them a pointer or two that would help about drawing crowds from Elkhart to their annual The managers of the Mishawaka fair contract with Trumpet Notes band to play at their fair one day each The people of Elkhart are proud of their magnificent and the result of such a friendly feeling toward it on the part of the Mishawaka fair managers is to warm the cockles of the hearts of our Elkhart and they follow their band up to the fair by the on the other controls the Elkhart county just as she controls everything else in the county that there is a dollar and she is careful to draw out the uttermost cent. She has a band to and it takes part of the bur den off her to pasture it on the county So every year Goshen band is hired to at the the people of the northern part of the county go over to the Mishawaka Of we of Ekhart can stand this kind of a deal just as long as the Goshen fair people can. The members of Notes band all have good and they do not depend on music for their They do not care particularly for an engagement at but this city ought to be treated with a slight show of decency by the fair The Goshen like everything else in that village that is a is pensioned by the general but that is no sign that our band should be and the Goshen band hired every day of every There is such a thing as fair even if Goshen has not heard of young but baldheaded Charley I understand has invented a new compound for scrubbing store floors that he will put on the market Mr. Leonard is a first-class and I expect his new preparation will find an immediate and heavy traveling man who was passing along Main the other day was completely off his if I may be allowed to deal in a time-honored at a sight that attracts very little attention among those or us who are familiar with the habits of the Elkhart girl in her native When the pilgrim reached the corner at Mayberry's drug store he was confronted by about twenty young turned off of east Franklin I do not mean to say that a traveling man took fright at twenty for was taught truthfulness at a tender and have been particularly careful to keep even exaggerations out of this The stood the shock of meeting the girls like one the little heroes that his class are popularly supposed to be in emergencies of that but took his breath away was the fact those I were each and all chewing jaws were rising and falling together with the rhythmical precision of the chorus in a The girls were the employes of the Jones and those who know the rules of that concern say that the ladies are compelled to chew gum on the street to advertise it. I may have been misinformed on this but it does not matter as Seth Jones will be around and me if I have misrepresented his nearly all of the cement sidewalks ordered by the common council have been and only a few sporadic cases are breaking out about the city at the date of this The season of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine is practically but 1 like congratulating the twelve thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine citizens of Elkhart on the marked progress that has been made in perfecting our wonderful sidewalk The past year has seen the greatest increase in the mileage of cement walks in the history of the but it is probable that each succeeding year will see a largely increased amount of walk until we reach that happy time when ne foot of board walk disgraces a street in The people of Elkhart are not but do think a great deal of the sidewalks which ornament their beautiful otherwise known as the head of the family firm of Walley is greasing his gun and dog this preparatory to going out in the wilds of Michigan after Mr. Walley is somewhat of a hunter and I imagine that something akin to the plagues of Egypt will fall upon the squirrels of that part of the Michigan woods through which he It is related by an old resident that years ago when the Indian still begged fire water about the village of Charley went out one day after He found a good place on a but when a deer approached him he was so surprised that before he could tell the color of its horns he was looking at its stump Charley's first impression was to run the deer but he was afraid that he might get ahead of his and lose it in the As the deer disappeared around a turn in the runway a happy thought struck him and he to put it into He quickly bent his gun around a and hastily fired down the The bullet took a circular caught the and within a few minutes the lucky sportsman was on his way home with a fati buck thrown over his ESTATE Martz to Eli lot in Elkhart D to Nelson M Johnson lot in Elkhart A Bonnell to Jennie D Oakes lot in Elkhart Donahue to E Darling lot in Elkhart M to Elisha Johns lot in Elkhart E E A Barbour to R A Nicholson lot in Bristol Fields to Martin Mullen lot in Luke to L J Chapman lot in Elkhart P Soules to P L Boedemer lot in K Mellott to Christena Keler land in Hairison tp E Meader to James H Jacobs lot in Goshen F Wolfo to W M Francis lot in Elkhart 0 O Craig to Ames J Cuip 80 a in Harrison tp McAlvey to Samuel Kindy lot in Elkhart 0 Oakes to John H Heath lot in Goshen desire to say to our that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Dr. King's New Life Arnica Salve and Electric and have never handled remedies that sell as or that have given such universal We do not hesitate to guarantee them every and we stand ready to refund the purchase if satisfactory results do not follow their These remedies haye won their great popularity purely on their F. J. Goldman Co. Terrible was a terrible epidemic of and bloody flux in Pope as many as five deaths occured in one Messrs. Walter of sold over three hundred and eighty bottles of Chamberlain's Cholera and Diarrhoe Remedy during this epidemic and say they never heard of its failing in any case when the directions were It was the only used that did cure the worst Many persons were cured by it after the doctors had given them 25 and 59 cent bottles for sale by J. M. Shelley and W. H. Berkey shoes that were Bold for and are selling for Just think of it. Come in and ask and we will them to We have got and they are going fast at shoe Indulges in a Match with Stuert Comedian's Wonderful Apple Crop Emi of a Boy Ate One of Now Story About 1889, by Edgar W. Cohasset is about twenty-one and one-half miles from Boston and is noted for its mackerel and also as tho summer home of Lawrence Barrett and Stuart It is near and Minot's Ledge on a stern and Ibis in latitude 42 16 nine seconds north and longitude 70 45 M seconds Barrett was away the other day when I went down and he will be pained when he this to know that he has missed u Sabbath with one ot the loveliest iu Mr. Barrett's house is large and white and has the air of modesty so noticeable in its great but unconscious Robson was found at his walking under the trees aud thoughtfully eating green of which he is passionately He raises upwards of sixty barrels of apples on his estate each any one of which is neighbor of mine had an odd experience with his apples the other said has some this same breed. It is an apple which will Jurn when it is trodden Nobody but a cider EATING GUEEN eat one and This friend of mine went out one day and discovered a boy named James sitting up in the branches of his apple eating the luscious fruit and filling his shirt and trowsers with enough to stay bis stomach when he got wish you would not do said the do not care so for the are breaking the tree and disfiguring retorted the knocking tho man's glasses together With the bridge of liis with a large you don't go in the house and quiet I wilt come down there and injure said the will have to go to-morrow and tell your father about you your insulting said the you old and get the razzle-dazzle if you I in the select a few more of your mirth-provoking next fuil of the man went over to the house and said to the I have come to do a very disagreeable I came to tell you of your boy and the insulting language he used to me not speak of said the old told tlie doctor and mo and his mother about it last He was very sorry very sorry Your errand is the boy is the man went home and did not laugh any for two or three Any boy almost can pick on and he does not resent tells a story as well as any body I Snow and I wish 1 might do it half as well in print as he does in He of and all of them of hS tells of a little incident in the life of the elder Booth was not of such great importance in but I would have given a good sum if I could have been concealed somewhere so that I could have seen tho Edwin Booth was just then getting so that he could play the banjo pretty He was doing so in his father's study one day when the great Forrest The the most profound respect and esteem for the genius of Forrest and so he tried to got Edwin to conceal his flippant grandly motioned bim to go on with you play Zip asked Mr. Forrest in reverberating great Hamlet then proceeded to plunk the exhilarating notes of the late Mr. conversed with tlie elder Booth a but he kept time with his foot to BOOTH DANCE A of young Edwin's you play the Gray asked the great Booth and Mr. Forrest still conversed in a rambling but they kept time to the melodious of the young you play the Mr. Forrest now So did Junius Their faces were as as if they were playing Richard at a. one-night they fell fto skipping the light and flippant Ull at in the retirement of this the two great with no more mirth in their faces than there is la the prospects for the Grant Monument hoed it down to the banjo of I would be willing to to dam bridge tired as I if I sue Horaco of was buried in August Mr. was asked to act as He wrote in reply to the invitation that he would feel honored to and at the time set he rode over Cohasset by a fast Thai is he made a If he hud read the wisdom of the great scholar and railway Robert J. he would have known that the man who is in a hurry should take the slow The Cannon Ball train is generally three hours lat e and t he Plying Dutchman is frequently but the Jerkwater mixed train is always reported on Mr. Robson was a little late and the enormous thronged the aisles and extended even outside Hall so that he could not get in at Colonel was his tribute to the He spoke of Mr. great kindness of and said that did not ask God to forgive liis He forgave them sympathy was wide as want like the bent above a suffering knew that antiquity added nothing to lapse of time can never take tho of that the dust can never gather thick enough upon mistakes to make them equal with the Robson not get in. He stated to those on the outskirts of the crowd that he was of the and must get look at remarked the ho queried those could not get in as they bored holes Mr. Robson with their keen He tried once more to make it understood that he was one of the but his the back and a loud round of mirth was the immediate said Mr. that several others had tried to get in I arrived on ground that they were and so crowd was ready if I had known that by giving name I would have been carried in on a bod of I could not have done it. 1 wont and as I did so I heard a man is indeed a is lie not J He is probably some one lives hero in Boston and has made a that ho would get in and hear the Of he is a man who for He looks like it. Did Von notice his sad taking a slow train for was very soon since the days of Damon and Pythias there has rarely been such deep devotion and affect ion between two men as that which between Robson and Charlie Every tiling about the back to tlie memory of his old the welcome that Thorno always liad for when he got was always there behind a tree near the the proper moment canio he would like a with a of tin pie a helmet consisting a. till milk pail with the bail under his armed with a rolling-pin and shielding from attack by means of a tin he would burst and after a howl of welcome lie would suddenly cast away his armor and execute a breakdown OH the would seem from t his that actors are not only susceptible to enjoyment of a harmless but that they actually have affection for other sometimes which would do lo the higher order of human one time was playing the umi Mr. Forrest When came to t lie burial he noticed that the priest spoke rai and his feet were doubt fully ou the edge ol the He to be a little mixed as to it was Ophelia's or to drunkard's If it were the latter he seemed to have notions of filling it Forrest not iced it. As well as I can recall tho t liey were about as have been ez we have a iow intoxicated and un profit able Speaking pious words in tiie most impressive scene ever written or balance yourself upon the verge of a property grava and with the odor of rum about your with eyes like the dead yet eloquent to pronounce the obsequies of tho fair death wash doubtful and she should in ground lodge till isli a rumble like distant stage villainous and most Could I but get a hack at thine own how joyfully would I pronounce thou churL ish seeking to the noble when beshrew me tut thou canst not support the giant jag thou hast concealed about Out upon thou maudlin thou deep-voiced with naught to recommend but that cursed dignity which is and ever was the devil's disinfectant for a moss-grown shards flints and should be thrown at yet hero she's allowed her virgin her maiden and the bringing home bell n' there uo more be be You We should of dead to shing requiem and shuch sings to you as to preach parted sholes most successful and profound Thy work is Tlie fair Ophelia ha no deeper Bogus and most rocky Hell could not spara thee if it knew thy full-orbed ass with tallow Ods that thou shouldst spread the priestly o'er thy mammoth jag and then come here to hie and bray above the grave of fau dull I bid thee tarry for at the postern thou wilt find thy quittance and thy In riper years when thou almost have a in some remember what the great and only Forrest told OF Ben Adhem Is Moved to Tell a Story with a BEN the was Bitting under his own vine and in front of his tent in New one bright morning in Abou was in an admirable frame of He had killed two life insurance solicitors the day he had subscribed for the last book that had been put into the hands of so he had a fair prospect for a quiet He was musing on and trying to solve that great wherein ho was doing a most foolish for Me is a riddle which will solve itself if you wait long The solution can be hastened somewhat by late suppers and but it will come to sooner or without these or any other Wise as Abou it never occurred to him that if there be a future ho would know it in and if there should not be one the matter should not bother him In dwelling on this subject the summit of physical structure was not GO But all great men have their The writer thereof presumes that a critical examination of himself would show dream of an entirely quiet day was not to be He was just smoking his second pipe when a young whoso intellectual face overspread with deep appeared to with said I need I am 1 have a cough which is tearing me to and I have also liver with a few other diseases too tedious to and they are all growing worse tried the regular patent of physicians whose sands of life have go home in If all these and still I know of nothing that can kill mighty I am dying why not die without bothering lam no balm in nor am I a healing I have it is I know ymi and that power exert for mo. I care not to live for but for my I am the leading man in my native I edit the weekly am run the and am president of the school If I should New Athens would go as ruin as a pigeon could It would not survive had him He had an opportunity to and in good square moralizing Abou was equaled by few and excelled by It was his best and he never missed an Bo he lighted a fresh pipe and went for the young young you fancy that should you die New Athens would go to in the dim 3'ears before the I was sailing on the Persian gulf in the staunch A 1 clipper the Mary Ann. Suddenly there arose a terrible The winds howled like an Irish the lightning flashed with a vividness which was and tho thunders rolled as the demons of the air were playing continuous games of It was fearsome The darkness was so intense that the lights on tho headlands showed and we were pulling through helpless in the power of the tempest on a pitiless The Perkins was his lost his and the Mary and was speeding on to her Perkins stood at his post calm and long ez we hev said he in his marked Afghanistan long ez we hev and kin keep shet uv the pesky rocks we're all The Mary Ann can't be But this is an ugly Captain Perkins took a fresh chew of and peered anxiously into tho then the passengers began to learn of the danger they were in and came rushing up the quarterdeck in wild shrieked the save I am the editor of the Ispahan Morning which has tho largest circulation of any paper in li I perish the Herald perishes with me. Save me for the sake of out spoke tho bold bet I'll save the vessel for my own on my head bo it. Rest the shrieked am the Governor of a If I perish who shall rule iti Anarchy and confusion ensue and widespread woe For the sake of the save the the shrieked a am the president of the First National Bank of if I perish down goes tho the ship a the president of the Cashmere aud If I go down who can manage that great the cried a am of the Everlasting Equal Life and Trust Insurance Who cao run that machine if I am these excited Orientals howled to the captain as to the terrible consequences of their untimely to that degree that they actually impressed mo. I felt ^t never vessel carried so much and that if it should bo lost with its would be vessel was The Mary Ann was on a dangerous Captain Perkins went to his to she struck and I was the one Thanks to my magic art and a 1 swam ashore safe but somewhat I made my way to but I could not stay As these men had all I of that would I supposed the raid use a vulgarism which det that the bank would use that the railroad and ancc company would and that a would breakout in the and so before tho news got about I sold my came tjie moral is coming so wake I had been here six months when I got letters from There wasn't ruin to any alarming extent in A new Governor was appointed over tho and things on better than Theris was less plundering than for the Governor was He refused to let the of the Provincial Legislature vote themselves backpay and ho two credit The stockholders of tiie Herald elected a new editor aud tiie paper was better than The new man Avas tlie first to introduce into he organized an expedition to find The railroad a now who put on palace and sleeping cars and actually made it pay a and as for tho bless the drowned president was ivo tubers compared with his Ho brought the concern to a smash-up in half the time it would have taken tho old which enabled tho stockholders to retire fortunes iu Tho new president avast on the old He was a man of broad Ho devised tho brilliant idea of arming his solicitors with Derringer you jny things went on tho better for iho of these important 1 lie people of Ispahan swore that if they could bo sure of so great an improvement every they would like more your life is of any use to yours save if you are trying to save it out of regard for your spare tlic There were men in your time and there will and in a week no one will that are three weeks few do the event will proba bly be giad of and sorry you did not die Go young go Abou him off and went into his 1). R. in Toledo Inventor of Honored in unearthly as if moved b y some resistless impulse to congregate at a common cen t swiftly Through the air that g the bottomless pits and fiery hikes in the Region of uneasy to the dread mysteries of sido by side Avith the tough and hardened whizzed horribly and tho grimy walls of Pandemonium presently to the discordant and snarling of one of largest throngs ever gathered you my said tho presiding officer of the infernal the purpose of deciding a disputed A has he in a that pierced the remotest cavern within tho vast to which one of iVy can claim the honor ot having inflicted the most torture on during his earthly Tho will now have an to be was a country blacksmith for fifty-three called out one of the as ho the platform and looked was a murmur of and a general shaking of accompanied by whispered observations to tlic effect that his record would bo hard to uncanny with a countenance that would broken tho strongest camera on the surface of the came to the platform was a he invented the st iff made the of exclaimed the next as he elbowed the off the another set the fashion of tails made first machine for clipping announced g checked the applause that ihe assembly having seemed to be on the point of bestowing tho award on the last further hard-looking mounted the he made the first vain tho chairman attempted to silence the cheering of tho audience. It was only after some of noisiest of spirits near the door were thrown out and tho given that the galleries would be cleared the offense were that order was a commanding rang invented the barb wire deathlike st illness pervaded the cavernous With the conviction that no contestant would have hardihood to dispute the of tlie last speaker tho chairman half rose as if to announce that the was at an this moment a comparatively mild-looking and shape took its place on the platform and looked timidly if you have any thing to said the presiding almost was the first raau that ever paved tbe streets ot a city with tho and most tumultuous applause that had ever shaken the walls of Sheol's capitol tho Prince of placed a crown of laurel on t he head of the shook his hand anu that tho contest was said the man to the they are organizing trusts all over the there's no reason you and I should be out on all the benefits of a tobe in it's very do you merely viant you to help me organize a little trust by which I can get a drink now and pay for i t in the indefinite Merchant
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