You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Elkhart Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 20, 1885, Elkhart, Indiana - - H. Editor and di 1668 as the 4 ........ in 47. 2, 1885. 111.NO: 13. RAILWAY TIME s. ir. S u. 21 71 No. 65 27 No. 6 35 am 1 05 am 4 4S pm 4 10 p 55Upm 12 No. 22 21 fast 8 30am 6 00am 1145^a Rapids 2 05 p 8 p 82 Way 8 CO a Spl N. 4 ted 8S0p Atlantic 2S p 28 KendallviUe 8 40 p and goshen 45 a 06p for p na trains are Nos. 9, 1,5,12,4,8. trains run by which Is 28 slower than former No trains other than those herein given are allowed to carry can be obtained at this office for all prominent points in the United Ticket Railway and 2. 4. Ind. Ky. 7:25 7:15 and 3. a 0:15 0.......... 1:57 45 Junction 00 407 No. H Elkhart .it a m. Granger at 7:10, arrives at at 11 a No. 12 leaves at 1:30 p m. Bonea Center at 2:g8, arrives lit at 5:30. B No. H Elkhart .it a m. Granger at 7:10, arrives at at 11 a No. 12 leaves at 1:30 p m. Bonea Center at 2:g8, arrives lit at 5:30. B Tesili SS per Sei and South side Broderick's Opera attention given to all professional M. 1 Physician and Gires special attention to diseases of the end Office 11 to 12 a. 3 to 5 u. Office orer Kelley Leonard's drug and The system oi by ocular analysis and microscopio of the to Jhe disease of M. Physician and No. 190 on Third one door south of and residence connected with the Office 10 to 12 a. Ito 5 and 7 to 8 f. C. I and 8nr$reoii, of the class of of Office and residence connected by children and all chronio Office old office over 88 Main of from 1 a. m 12 m. and from a to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. At store on S. 8 to 9 a. m. 1 to 2 and 6 to 7 p. m. one door south of the South Mam St. Drug ho t O g r ap li e patronized from far and His photos Ban not be Main Public and Office in A 117 Main h. c. w. Vesey - i PACIFIC 25 Rooms rent A choice line of cigars at ways on Give him a 00 0.0 us S cente will get Bilious aro perfectly safe to being and tho greatest care from tho by off all impurities through tha All Dealers at all times a full stock Fancy Fish and Fruits and highest market price paid and Supply corner and Pigeon keep constantly on band a full t of tho best and freshest goods in the market a full line and tha market affords in tho line of always ba found in IThe lowest prices guaranteed on EXCELS ALL CAffi on WINES AND keep none but the best in our lample and invito the public in general to P. money than at anything else by an agency for the best selling book Beginners succeed None Terms Book Portland In use 33 Prescriptions of an eminent Safe and OF Worm of Children or Bilious Sick Difficult Salt and Blind or Cold General .so Fl CI D for V working Send 10 and we will mailTon a val sample Box of goods you in tbo way making ever thought not at Capital and work in spate time praU the Allof both saw a sad face to-day Pressed to the window eyes of That looked fat away Across the So sad the so thin and wan the childish That as I sit and 1 see them in the pale dim They haunt my memory flowers were nodding to and leaves While sand the brooklet soft and low The songs she used to Back to her listening scene around was wondrous vale and river's Soft summer fragrance filled And still the white cheek rested Till the sweet eyes grew vision from the far blue dream of hill and dale Come with those voiceful memories To light awhile the pensive eyes And Hush a cheek so so lone and Fain 1 lift thee to my And bear thee to some grassy nest Where purple violets lonely sad check so The heart that heard the singing that sought the Are in dreams ' in sad LIZZIE VAN bright and a Peals of laughter in all keys float the keen frosty air as after drive away from a brightly the seems filled with the dashing sleighing n small shell-like creation drawn by a single black leads the Its are Mr. Harold and his Miss Mr. after his sister in the fur devotes himself to putting his at a that to leave the remainder of the in the Per some Mr. Greystone does not seem to share the exuberant of rest of the On the he seems a good deal put to say the and his usually good-humored countenance is His heavy black brows drawn and in spite of the sweeping mustache one Ciin note tha firm expression that lurks around the he looks very Miss Nellie thinks as she turns and surveys is very small and being buried to the chin in it is a work of time to turn herself to sec his Noting its she begun ain't you driving tho too fasi y the others are will all the sooner for wnB the but the oysters are not put on to cook so we needn't huny on that pulled Up his horse a he will dawdle enough for the whole It's a w onder he would consent io drive a if wanted go or horse the did vou ask to go by I I am not quite such a fool as My Lady Blanche will find that she cannot twist every one around her finger like don't think yon need be so on She isn't crazy after rich at We are not and I am she is always goodness though do put on awful airs and treat her like she was the veriest As for Mr. almost everyone likes if he is a little But Blanche isn't with not in love with but his I never she was in love with I am ashamed of You know there isn't a word of in what you I am glad we have got there at I feel chilly in spite of lifted his from his sleigh and placed her on the of the where the have planned a to be followed by an oyster The other sleighs drive and directly the hotel is alive with the The evening is enjoyed by the Harold The sight of Miss Leslie smilingly accepting the attentions offered her by young Douglas rendered the evening anything but pleasant to It is tnie he had no right to was right when she said his own pride had erected the barrier between The fact that Miss Leslie's parents wealthier within late his own had grown was obstacle enough to He did not fancy the name of He told himself she had totally forgotten the old days when they were ' on an equal no she was ashamed to remember her preference for But he would not presume on that Douglass might win and he would not lay a straw in liis this and a great deal more ran through bis head as he gaily talked and danced with a particular rival of who seemed determined to bring him to her at last the party concluded to turn their steps Harold seized hia own charge from a crowd of hooded and figures and speedily had her isi the completely enveloped in tho you are not to move or hardly speak on the way else you will be laid up with an awful cold and a red and then you can not see your dear when he arrives After dancing so much and a warm supper you must be doubly and if I home you go of the which cheerful remarks he emphasized by a gentle need not be absolutely Just nod your head to signify your approval of my Did you have good perceptible moving back and forth was his every one had a splendid myself in I entertained myself watching Douglas play for Leslie's He did By I should have 60 many sweet smiles would have made her Shows how much a woman can stand when she makes up her mind to and I suppose her mind ie made don't i A negative is indicated by his companion's - I firmly believe she intends to Softhead name for young sooner or probably Why don't you think You can that shawl or whatever it to let me jhear the of your rin getting did you think likes Mr. lass very was the barely audible deuce yon but yon are I Don't she show all of dancing mih giving the donee violent to and her struggles the attention of Mr. he shook her I positively forbid you taking off a single and he attempted to readjust her lady resisted his and in a trice had torn tha veil from her face and his astonished gaze the laughing of Blanche go on with your Mr. Your though a is nevertheless highly I don't know when I have enjoyed a ride so you we shall upset if we don't keep to the for the horse was following its sweet will and meandering along the roadside in an aimless while his driver stared at his companion in utter 1 have hie speech coming back to him by is and how on earth did you get Nellie wanted home with the think she was tired of your I hadn't the heart to refuse her when she wanted me to take her you have been listening to all my idiotic you of you over mo for the way I have laying his hand on her that yon loathe and despise that fellow I do not despise Mr. On the I consider him one of the pleasantest young men I But what do you want to talk of Mr. Douglass Are you so infatuated with him that you cannot talk of I heartily detest the I wanted to knock him down time he looked at you slipping his arm adroitly her do you care even a little for Are you perfectly indifferent to when I have worshiped you all my would serve you right if I hated and I don't see why I after the way you have treated to come near me or speak to me at with a most reproachful you don't hate do you she horse lagged in a most fashion the last half of the way but must have been for tlie first time Mr. Greystone met Mr. he hailed him with such hearty good humor as to fill that and he marveled what had come over that he never used to hardly speak to a and The first copper mines opened in the United says the and were located in The State employed its convicts for a period of sixty ending about 1880, in getting out the in the of The ingots of metal were sold to the mint and to tho but at first by far the larger part was exported to Europe to be After 1812, when a duty of was levied Ju mere copper ' factories in employing 5,COO and producing a value of in goods there being of these factories twenty-nine la n in New in and twenty-one in New Ansonia and became the principal centers of copper is one of the softest of and is easily rolled into plates for It is in the form of plates principally that it is employed in the is a very popular material for boilers and cooking utensils in domestic The metal resists the action of the fire better than tin and it applied to the construction of many forms of manufacturing apparatus which come into contact such as retorts and condensers and boilers in sugar refineries and other The smaller utensils are formed from the sheet metal by and by the process of spinning Tlie copper becomes very dense and brittle in the smithing and has to be constantly as the work goes is extensively used in the of brass than in its pure By admixture with a certain proportion of it gains beauty and and is generally preferred in that The best proportion metals is two of copper to one of makes what is called that eight ounces of zinc to sixteen of copper in the is as agreeable a metal to work as pure In thin plates it can be stamped and in any It spins up beautifully in a It can be drawn out into delicate and is so malleable that it can be beaten out almost like gold-leaf itself for the purpose of cheap The metal is susceptible of a high It does not rust by and has a great deal of the beauty of It is the universal material of chandeliers and gas fixtures are being susceptible of rich bronzing and silvering chemical and of into the most elaborate forms by stamping and is much used at the present time for grate fire various articles of household and is coming into large use for office with careful upon entering her said to the colored cook you must be more You are not clean enough ia your replied the as she took up a piece of beef that had fallen on the sees dat gwine ter ack foolish wid me. Ain't yer got ter do ter fool ort my business to come out hera hab it yer own but J say one thing Ef wants to at de table eat wid er better stay outen dis she wiped a dish better not nose is er wid when is in is awful Arkansaw obtains - - J 1- 4 by the Anned ' Conflict in Balkan Entire Servian Three in Bulgarian Issued by the Two Balers to Their Armies and from Belgrade state that the Servian army has crossed the Bulgarian three divisions at and They with no resistance fighting occurred Tin on the and at Many were killed and wounded on both Tto retreated at all The whole Servian powers that Bervia has war against because Bulgaria attacked a position which the division of the King's troops held in Servian opposite the Bulgarian Milan has also issued a proclamation which is in substance as cannot allow which has already proved a hard to disturb the balance of power in the Balkans to her exclusive He then alludes to what he calls unjustifiable Bulgarian customs duties on the the unlawful of and the by Bulgaria of the Servian rebels condemned for high Milan here refers probably to Peko the Herzegovinian and the Servian who was expelled by King Milan from the Copies of proclamations signed by those men and distributed were recently found by Servian and the latter were disseminated by the under Bulgarian This Bulgaria claiming they were many miles from the Servian in a Milan also alludes to the alleged ill treatment of Servian emigrants in the blockade of the frontier by and alleged attacks by undisciplined on the Servian pie and In the King cannot suffer these intentional and adopt tho policy of open hostility which has been forced upon me by Servia's just cause now rests on the arbitration of the bravely of her the protection of the I rely tipon my people's excitement and enthusiasm prevail in Troops are being hurried forward to tho defense of and the which had died is again at the highest from his at issued an order of the day to the and oi Lis of which tho tlie ' Let your and may God aid lis and grant us of various forces of are as Field 60,288 with 264: reserve 12,856 with 3J; resene army of 52,270 with 45,000 or a total of 170,412 officers and men and 418 The infantry is armed with the Mauser improved by Major which is of a caliber of 10.15 The artillery is variously armed with and Krupp The total force included in the above numbers 4,600 Bulgarian field army consists of 24,-000 1,400 two regiments and one company of 2,340 a battalion of 880 a detachment of 2,000 and a force of 1,600 or a force of 32,220 wth 104: The infantry is armed with Berdan and the batteries have Krupp gims and guns of the latest Russian The reserve force consists of 24,000 There are also 12 battalions of landstrum of 600 men or 7,200 making a total force of 60,000 There is no want of but there is scarcely a force of cavalry and The cavalry numbers The scarcity of since many of the officers returned is also a serious Prince Alexander is an able and energetic Eastern 18,224 men of the first 19,187 of the 23,197 of the and 3,422 men of the active making a total of 64,030 The number officers available is altogether out of proportion to the number of There is no scarcity of as there are about 80,000 7,000 and 6,000 Martini-Henry rifles in the The artillery consists of four The arsenals and contain a good supply of The arsenal at is turning out 60,000 Berdan a in addition to for in and Belge prints a dispatch from Sofia describing an affair which took between the and the Bulgarians at a few miles the frontier in in a southerly direction from on the way toward The heroism of the Bulgarians is dwelt as is natural in a Sofian They had only one infantry battalion six Servian battalions supported by two batteries of and of The * dispatch continues were while we had only thirty-four killed and same dispatch describes a second affair the same day at the village of in the district of further south than the of the first Here simple Bulgarian in defending lost eight while Servian OSS numbered London paper bristles with war maps and gives from five to seven columns of whatis called war but is in reality merely collection of rumors and opinions of A Telegraph editorial is as have to bear in mind that the real at the bottom of tUs business is between Russia and Could they be in the nature of be a sanguinary quarrel between Balkan States be a small whether and through Austria wants a. solid sea at it needs no constant aim ascendency a the purpose and of and of the Free-Trade the United Pauper and kindred Topics on the gh Tariff tin Wool Free-Trade Conference which was held at Chicago attracted general and was attended by a number of gentlemen of national among Siem Henry Ward David A. J. Sterling and John S. the closing of - the session papers read as aud its by Mr. Lindley of Tariff and William a Delaware Labor of by Thomas G. of New M. B. of spoke on Relation of the Tariff to Agricultural implement He argued that free trade Would be a great benefit to this E. W. of committee a which was ' following as the officers of the A. New Thomas New Justus Iowa j M. William P. P. N. Si John S. B. B. j F. W. South William M. J. J. J. B. Henry J. T. New E. J. D. Bowland Rhode Island B. B. and representatives irom other States names were to bo Executive G. Josiah A. W. H. B. E. P. William G. A. A. W. W. Erskine M. M. D. and W. G. National B. O. I. N. P. S. J. Sterling F. W. E. J. J. South Jamos j James D. Pennsylvania Kansas J. Mi Ohio Minnesota Josiah E. I 1 Western H. J. Central Lewis George F. committee on resolutions submitted its which was adopted after several amendments had been The report was as We submit to tho people of the States that the continuance of the war with duties per on over articles of domestic and a much higher duty on many crude has prolonged the evils of in times of and has been tho principal cause of the commercial and industrial depression of recent forcing labor and capital from naturally profitable into unprofitable lines of and by adding the cost of it has decreased tho common Interests of the and both the wages of labor and tho of it has provoked an antagonism between labor and against great natural resources and onr free institutions have protected us it has impaired our power to with other nations in the markets of the and so national progress luid has destroyed branches of and hiis kept our people from engaging in other of business which would have given to Bv buying from nations willing prevented the full and reduced the legitimate profits and has driven into a large number of transportation and made domestic more the influence of its lobbies it has enthroned jobbing and corruption in our legislative and has the reform of the taking by forco the comings of one class of men to enrich another it is opposed to the spirit of American liberty and of tho it has imposed anew industrial it has prevented the national progress of wealth among the farming NEW of the Members on the Silrer and ' Said to Be in Favor of- Carlisle for NEW House of which convenes at on the first Monday in of 184 Democrats and 141 In this of ia counted as a arid of Greenback with the The table shows tte political of the several Rep. S 5 1 - 9 4 4 7 6 1 5- 1 2 10 7 f 7 .. 3 4 17 17 8 1 8 20 7 2 8 2 3 1 and their and lengthened tho enforced idleness of restricted our manufactures from their natural and demoralized the general business of the that taxes in oid of private or any purpose other than tho requirements of are and and that every protective feature must at the date be eradicated from our revenue we invite all who oppose the abuses of the present tariff to join us in promoting steps of practical tariff which we believe will increase diminish the frequency of develop and restore our flag to the therefore urge upon Congress for action at the ensuing that no pretense shall any be given to attempts to increase protective that articles which are at the of great industries in the interests of labor and be freed from whether they be crude partly pig wood that on products from such articles duties should at least be ingly so that the real or to manufacturers shall not be and that the consumers shall have the immediate benefit of the urge that any steps in tariff reform should simplify the present complicated should do replacing them by ad valorem rates instead of by specific which are most burdensome to goods by tho great body of the demand free and the abolition of our restrictive navigation together with the have driven our flag from the and we oppose bounties subsidies on We urge revenue vote only for such Congressional candidates as openly oppose tariff for and to take steps to independent candidates when all party candidates oppose preparing for tho stop by diffusing sound economic literature and promoting especially in close congressional following resolution was also That it is tho sense of this convention that no further be countenanced in tho internal revenue tax on spirits and the existing has been brought to a strict revenue mass meeting in behalf of free was held at Central Music of which a local paper hall was crowded to and were unable to obtain Standing room was at a and tickets could have been sold at a liberal price for admission to the Tho audience was a cultivated and included all classes of Chicago with many leading were delivered by David A. Wells and Henry Ward The former asserted all and in the business of is the interchange of products arid and there can be no buying selling or selling and the latter claimed that a paternal government was always an infernal that the is and a and that commerce should be as free as in the Much excitement was created here by the of the body of a in the cellar of 583 South Queen - Charles a young on premises and at tie York Safe? was by Officer upon suspicion of of the confessed that curiosity led him to examine the loose in cellar as eirly as last and that Tie but that an load to trouble for his who resided that his companions had told Mm the committed suicide by and the saving ' funeral expenses they her in linii of a of Members on Important Louisville recently published letters from 160 members of 59 Democrats and 91 The are in response to four questions sent out by the correspondent of the as you favor on amendment to tho rules of tho providing that the general appropriation except tho sundry and deficiency shall be prepared and controlled hereafter by the committees cm the several branches of the public you favor any change in tho silver coinage silver and if what modification would you regard as desirable what in your would a revision of the tariff and internal revenue laws be desirable at the next is your choice for tho caucus nomination for Sneaker the Democratic forty-seven are unqualifiedly in favor of an amendment of the five give a qualified four oppose a and three are aud three are fifty-seven Me fpr one for and one whole number of who responded is For amending the of forty-eight unqualifiedly twelve qualify their nine and twenty-two are favor legislation on the sUver sixteen and fifteen are oppose tariff four favor and twelve are thirty are for Frank twenty-three are for Keed of eleven for Gov. Long of and are correspondent of the in summing up on officers of the names for John G. John B. John B. Samuel Lycurgus state MOUNT MAC from Gen. Grant to last number of the Century Magazine reproduced a letter written by General Grant to Dr. J. H. Douglass while on Mount in which reference was made to a previous letter in like - The prompting causes of letter and the letter itself here Gen. Grant reached Mount MacGregor June 16, and that night he slept ten full and The next afternoon the General sat upon piazza alone and in as though reflection he General his and down the steps and walked to the bluff of the There he sat upon a rustic with eyes to the his features drawn and and an of introspection on his He had set himself to do a test of his oim He wanted a basis for personal judgment of his and ho found himself weak beyond his He went slowly back to the and reached his room discouraged and and evening seated on the as the went the General a calm statement of his as to his own This he handed to Dr. and it letter referred to in the General's reproduced letter in the It is here Since coming to thia and a complete rest for ten hours I have watched my pains ond them with those of the last few - 3 can feel plainly my system is preparing for- dissolution in three one by third ex- ' Tho first and second ore liable to come at any moment to relieve mjt earthly The time for the arrival d tho can bei i mathematical i With an I have fallen - off in - weight and ' very - for the 1 two cannot be a ' hope of going far this any or any can do for is to make light 03 I do not want any physician but butl toll you soi are to have mo go consultation Others professional men you caff for dread knowing another desperate effort to save t - - Gets and - v the Are ii The will of After pay real Elleri hanged at H. a pioneer of Northern aged 51 is impressed the fact that of behavior at hangings needs to be Susan B. wife of David i Starr President of Indiana State died at Bloomington of Johnson Slavin's ' strels was robbed by three at the robbers relieving him of his and tho youngest son of oi Was struck on the head by a horse and The deceased was 21 years of nge and a prominent young confectioner in Indianapolis gives ' the privilege of eating all they can get away at one time in his the Federal Court at on the crossbill of the Portsmouth Savings a decree of foreclosure and sale entered against the Encaustic Tile Works and other to the of John of Sugar Tippecanoe gave a grand dinner to his friends last in celebration of his 78th Among the guests were three old David aged 77 John 78 and Noah 78 Dearborn Joseph Chance and his Charles renewed an old resulting in Chance being shot in the neck and a fatal gunshot wound in the Chance himself to the postage resulted in a deficiency of for the year ending with Illinois is tho only Western State showing a profit in postal her surplus being Indiana fell behind and Iowa Both domestic and international decreased greatly in Samuel of is in the city visiting his Calvin M. and attending the Mr. F. is eighty-two years of and the picture of Thirty years ago he was a and was of the of J. G. Law and also of S. Favorite in Indianapolis When Love and The summer joy was But not She stuck to that the general land office has agreed to have the claim of Indiana adjusted upon the basis of the evidence furnished by As there now remain in the State no unpatented not already equitably the property of the no indemnity can be obtained Without the of and immediate action is therefore of no It is estimated that the amount dne the State from the Government on of the sales of swamp lands is over all of which belongs to the school Sliller left his home near the Indiana line in the early He had a list of a few things his wanted a a package of and a and he climbed upon his load of hay and jogged easily About noon he crossed the line of the city limits and was making his way toward the market square when he missed his I know what's become of that he As he Stato street he went through all his but he could not get trace of his Then he heard the boys shouting and saw tho people rushing to the endows as he the fools ever seen a noble load of he At that moment a cloud of- smoke and flanie from the center of the the wagon keeled and the horses The granger was fished out of the burning that he singular accident is reported from Johnson Miss Alice H. of last week slipped and fell over a breaking one of her It is not that a girl should slip and for anybody is likely to do so. Nor is it that she should break one of her Many a girl has had a rib broken ere But it is noteworthy that this young lady fell over a What could she possibly be doing about a not using it. The only plausible is that she came across the tub while | dentally passing the kitchen or seeing the stopped J to examine probably with the idea of discovering what it was intended used to she slipped and fell over breaking a rib as It were rash to announce that she was in the act of using it at the time of the lest she with letters from The local press wisely on this a petition of the Association and Governor has issued a establishing quarantine to prevent the shipment of cattle and other infectious diseases into The States to which it applies are New New and District - proclamation - into that have riot
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.