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Elkhart Truth (Newspaper) - March 26, 1890, Elkhart, Indiana - gil Second PRICE IO CENTS PER 3017 t. No. WEDNESDAY MARCH 26. p. m Publishing lo M. AND 423 Main Main Office in Opera House Block Residence 507 Middleberry and residence Office hours 8>to9 a- f. add 6to.8 p. C. - ot the Head and Throat Office over corner Mam and Jackson W. 114 North Main Prompt attention to all professional H. South Main H. AND Cummins Sec. A. office 431 Main residence 508 Third street Office 10 to iz a. 3 and 7 to 8 p. W. AND over Bei key's dme South Main Calls answered from day or W. Office comer Main and Division 3o Marion Diseases 3l the Throat and Ears 1 A full set of both lor examination and and All attended in city and Marion Office iii Harrison AMES A. AND Office at Ns 300 Division No Division Diseases Diseases ot Childr and N. Main Manager Elkhart County Ab stract D. of the Peace and Insurance Office apposite the Hotel T. collections 1 fire and Kfe insurance comer Main and W. at attention giuen to and Main Notary Riven Insurance is the best companies at the H. OF And Pension So. Main AM ' Franklin ESTATE TO N. of there no In this money-getting One has only to recall that story of the terrible fire Indianapolis not long since to be fire as heroic souls as ever inhabited went heaven in flame and four building was on fire Without a of their own twenty-nine firemen climbed to began Suddenly was an appalling The roof sank through the carrying with it the fireman on an adjoining God's sake pour the upper Twenty buried Then the effort was A fire ladder across the forms of several of and pinned them as this met the Under appeared the upturned face of a man not seen and dust cleaned ' from his but he buried deeply that no immediate heip bleeding distorted with agony or ful In the rescuers themselves took li ves hands when they went into that The burping of the threatened at every moment fall on diem But they their tUl carried a burnt - and blackened or yet living in Every in this land brave firemen are killed or disabled while to save the lives and property of No money can pay for service those who say there are no heroes today forget our Swiftest extraordinary running of young William of New at Morris near New York deserves be It was at a championship match in which there were a hundred occasion of the meet was the great run of the National Cross Country in which representatives of over twenty different clubs took part. The day of the race was one of mingled snow and with mud on the track three inches Tlie run was eight miles was known young Day was a fleet but nobody expected the extraordinary speed manifested His most formidable t was thought to be a young Englishman named All tlie runners were very most of them under 20. Day and Thomas were a perfect contrast in The American boy is long limbed and thin as a His figure so slight as to bo beholders looked at his slender limbs and said does that boy get his chief Sidney is of the English rosy and and short and strong Thomas is champion cross country runner of In the besting received at hands or rather the legs pf America beats England in a reputation for fleetness that he gave odds to all the including thirty seconds to Thomas the he started with a It was a thrilling - those and running like flash of athwart the gray winter There were three hurdles on the and one water leap of This water leap tried the 4)oyB' Those wha could not take headlong into feet of icy The first contestants Were the start Kellogg's school of French Call for Fashion an Third to do all kind of printing and the the coal in or at 108 N. ' Maid trunks bags for the at those nearest caught up with the seven minute passed them and trotted in with long easy strides to the winning having made on a muddy with the wind the in 53 minutes and 34 This record reminds one of the stories told of the fleet runners of both North and South It does not look as though the American was degenerating of the Frenchman T. has written a curious paper on the physiognomy of the expressions of the face are the result of When the primitive man tasted anything he did not instinctively he separated his jaws so as to get the tongue as far away as possible from the He did this when he tasted things bitter or In process of the ages this physical expression of disgust and aversion came to be used also of feelings that were bitter and as soon as the primitive man was sufficiently developed to know one feeling from - the look the face which M. the bitter Fancy something intensely face will instinctively assume of the nose and of the lip are and the skin of the is v bitter expression in the M. us is like that the countenance Of wore If the expression has dull and has become it indicates bitter and a sign that the person is suffering from bitter feelings and the other hand is what our writer names the It has been evolved with the process of the suns in the same way as its the bitter When the prehistoric man tasted something he tasted it as long as he drawing the corners of the mouth slightly upward and the lips softly back against the Fancy you are tasting a delicacy you are very fond and the face wiU assume the sweet In course of the this too came to express mental emotions as well as physical says the sweet expression is It is almost never found among but is occasionally met with among affectionate When it is constant in the it becomes altogether too much of a good eating candy all the and grows tiresome to the the present Anglo-Saxon there does not seem as if the beholder would be wearied out in that way too Blair education was business in tlie United States senate for a good many years before it was finally talked to beware how you carry your pocketbooks in your The scientific thief now comes along beside you and touches with a piece of which is It shocks you violently and hurls The thief snatches it up and iroff with it before you coyer from your committed in this way company have offered to take all the of the city of New and cremate it at the same rate now paid for towing it out to sea as food for the This might be done in all Private largely do away with the necessity of the public by consuming much of own the kitchen But in the course of a few years that garbage being turned into a of great person special interest in knowing the address of former of Elkhart city and whp ire now ving in other parts of the United would feel obliged to receive froni friends here such Box burn Black Diamond or a red hot stoye Try 108 N. Main Come neat and HABITS OF SOME CAPITALISTS OF THE Lead the New In and How They Acquired of Eben Oliver F. March 17.-r-Hero in Boston we have no Astors nor but there are a few who are not absolute and who are even likely to bo fairly well off somb day if they keep The largest individual taxpayers who pays on worth of real estate and worth of Frederick L. who on worth of real who pays ou worth of real and worth of personal who pays on worth of real and worth of personal and H. HoUis who pays on of real are comparatively few would be considered extremely wealthy iii other great cities of the United The millionaire has become somewhat and the man who wishes to attract attention by his fortune must express it with eight There are many wealthy families about but comparatively few immensely wealthy This is due in part to the fact that incline to enjoy wealth without and while this may for the possessors it is a doubtful to the Boston was founded so many years ago that the wealth of the founders has been divided and through many Until recent years large families were the rule in New and consequently if of the early great fortunes have been kept grandchildren and have helped fritter away the accumulations of earlier In other cities the feverish excitements of gambling in real estate and other speculative articles create fortunes in a day and disperse in a but these opportunities are comparatively Unknown the millionaires of Boston Mr. Frederick L. Aines unquestionably stands at Mr. though taxed only on a little over in is to The family fills no smaU part iu of state and Mr. Ames is a cousin of the governor of the and is railroad He is perhaps the only one in Boston who would rank beside the very rich men of his only rival being J. Montgomery Personally connected with Upwards of sixty ho is a railroad man in the largest yet has a single word or taint of corrupt or dishonorable practices attached to His operations are always from practical He is in no sense a He is to judge of the availability and of railway and as ah has few Mr. Ames is a iu and patient with quick to and not to and upright and Large a listener and a good Mr. Ames man it is to mMt - With his two is associated in the great manufacturing busines at North where his Slimmer He palatial man ' Bion in the aristocratic Back bay in Oliver like his cousin counts wealth by Though he pays a comparatively small tax in his legal residence being where he was in 1831, he occupies perhaps the mansion in it being taxed on an He been three years a tered his father's of the In Cook ' 108 N. Main ' to for fixtures and paper at Lunch Comer State Open day - Best of work at lowest teed at this and leaving orders had been twenty-five years la his Oakes leaving an immense in almost every state in the with an indebtedness amounting to while appraisal showed that unsecured creditors could scarcely expect forty cents on the But in spite of the which came six months | after his father's and everything Oliver Ames made the estate pay in full and enough to a million dollars of | cies and a surplus besides for the residuary Since then he has climbed rapidly up steep of He has acquired railway other interests and has a bold operator in the stock Possession of large means by him and his been coupled by a public spirit and many notable illustrations of life a hUsband Md bases his truest happiness upon children aid friendly aad essentially of the older workmen at with whom he worked in years in making are still addressed by he in Ghristian and he has no more sincere friends than these same mechanics whose life labor has been spent In the employ of his list of Boston millionaires would without the name of Gen. Benjamin F. who is estimated by close observers to be worth between and He is really more identified with Boston than with though he has his magnificent residence in the His law offices in Ashburton are the finest in the aud there he may be found early and late when not in court or unlike of the lawyers of he has a large practice in New Washington and where he has copartnership His law practice is worth a He lives is very and his famous yacht one of the The bulk of his fortune has been made by investing in Butler advises young men to put their earnings into improved real and has acted on that idea Though nearly three score years and he is vigorous mentally and So thoroughly is he up with the times that he has introduced into his for use in his vast They are run by both iu receiving the messages and in reeling oil the words to the young and pretty lady typewriter who is thus enabled to transcribe letters and reports of court proceedings at the rate of about fifty words a In this as in many other Butler is far ahead of his contemporaries in none of whom have yet adopted the wonderful new talking Montgomery Sears is known to a large number of comparative strangers as His said to call him by the familiar and endearing title of A few years he was the of though now Fred Ames is considered the largest real estate Mr. Sears is comfortably well the figures ranging somewhere about and he owns some of the best paying property in the His came to Boston from Cape Cod with nothing at and from small beginnings in the grocery business worked to wealth and He married late in and upon his death so left his property that his only was to receive per but never to come into the - so estate attaining his so who left in care of he had been but instead the prop erty had or lawyers soon in setting the will the entire married the daughter of President Chiles F. of the Old Colony niece of Joseph the well known New York In Boston he lives on Arlington facing the garden and Commonwealth and has houses at Mt. Desert and summer he cruises much in a very steam He is of medium inclined to be hair and is unobtrusive in and in manners exceedingly quiet about 34.. Though a member of a attends beinig out to grow the first year or replaced by new your orders at for press In every ' 301 Aspinwald Mrs. Bertha Fitch instrumentation and alio voice Royal 0023 and an and Mr. John IL Forbes is estimated in the neighborhood of A few years ago he was considered king of He is somewhat difficult of owing to his many but very genial and One of the most generous charitable of his charities are not and the left hand knows not what the right hand He allows himself little though long since past the age when most men of wealth ' - ebek Eben D. Jordan is Boston's retail dry gooffe and is worth about New and when he came to Boston years ago froin he glad to get a job at He has never forgotten those who befriended him in those Countless stories of He employs about in his stores and is beloved by all in The stories are innumerable that his employes tell of the many acts of kindness which be is constantly doing in his unostentatious A few years ago he sent a hundred of the brightest young men and women in his employ on a six free tour of 'The lunch and recreation in his establishment are elaborately fitted up with pianos and such appointments as would throw into the shade many wealthy other wealthy individuals and families in Boston may be mentioned the who own the immense and the of of the the the the the AU of are in possession of great but the instances of great individual are comparatively rare in F. Story of a The late Philip H. Welch possessed in degree the extracting material for his humorous work from apparently the most irrelevant of conditions and He carried a- notebook with him everywhere by and at night it always lay within reach of his hand to catch any usable thought that might assail him in the hours of On one as he was leaving his homo for the day's his wife noticed a bit of the breakfast fish sticking to his teeth and suggested its Welch laughed arid took not his but his I forget he just pay for that and down went two or three pregnant A day or two later he showed to his in one of his little dialogues in which a bank replying to a wifely comment upon fish sticking to his do for me to go down to the bank with a piece of shad showing in my told commented 1 would pay for our and as he got two dollars for the it is probable that he did with something to secure work by ordinary Frederick a destitute young recently tried to attract attention case by parading the streets of York city with a placard ou his back am an earnest and am ' ' by Her long did yon wife before you were married to ' rather a. you had heard my wife talk you ask such At of those I felt as though I her for five Music Stopped an up town theatre recently the orchestra the acts was playing very loudly and two ladies tit a front row were endeavoring to at the same - They had to voices as the orchestra suddenly the voice of one of the ladles cruelly distinct just as she t silk - good men to on Solary or May Bros N. Y. Weekly Troth is the largest and best paper in the State of per in Excelsior Loan and Saving A good Ah excellent way to as borrowers only pay interest on money acr tually Dues 80 per month per Wv is stock AMUCK IN lona Crazed Turns Bobber and Would Be a fair and fine looking lad of of family and pleasing visited his sister in Chicago soma days ago aud ventured on a Four days later he was in wounded and half charged with murder aud He bad shot two a printer and the woman he had and had only been captured after a long and exciting cUase through the section of Clark and adjacent streets at 6 o'clock p. when the crowd is It looks of those and cases in which the worst criminal are suddenly developed and to a of desperation that is near akin to is not over 23 years of age and looks much was reared on a farm near where his brother still and where his father known as a well to do dealer in His Mrs. May says he to visit and on the evening of the ro returned to her house She ex postulated with when he seemed to grow wild and left the He went to the rooms of one on and took a diamond star worth from She tried to prevent when he shot her through the arm and she As he rushed out of house he shot at a but Next ho the and that about 6 Officer Isaac to arrest him in the Then his extraordinary The officer ' had spoken when had a revolver at his and fired The officer two balls having passed through his mouth and volver in Crowe up the Once the crowd stopped he turned and fired at g C. E. a in the For several squares then the crowd gave bint all the room he Officer Emmet finally stopped They struggled and fell to the shot the officer through the near the and shot himself in the arm in his ds of people were now after but he hke a though blood was streaming from his distanced them all aud hid in a dark More officers arrived and he was soon a ensued a to get him to the central the crowd on and yelling Lynch officers with great keeping them It was soon that Officer wound was and nothing but thick walls and a strong p force saved the prisoner from a did not seem to know that he was till fairly behind the ho then screamed and cried was dying and begged for a priest and a He raved abaut his wife and attempt of his to kill him till and then fell info a next day he declared that he did not remember since ho took the first drink in In the examination the police surgeon found a in his skull about the size of a finger his friends was by his father-in-law him with a a year None of the wounded wer e dangerously hurt except Officer In came in rapidly Iowa and that Crowe had for years a rambling and somewhat reckless but so far as known this ii his first criminal that dog of good for he asked of saloon keeper on Michigan avenue as he motioned to a canine behind the You lay your hand on my shoulder and utter a man did so a nd the dog sprang up and bit his owner in leg and gracefully do yon for asked the inquirer as a general laugh went I had that he was cross was the ought put my hand on your shoulder and Detroit Free cost for seeing a fine Park and hand made ' 3-25 Ludwig Cure and Walker's Relief guaranteed to give For sale at W. H. Berkey 429 South Main Sale House and Will take a team as part of Frank
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