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   Elkhart Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 5, 1887, Elkhart, Indiana                                 li-i-/ i..  lis«  wmmm-fm  i'S-.TV-"-  r ' • -  W. H- NORTON, Proprietor.  ESTABLISHED IN 1866 AS THE "DEMOCRATIC UNION."  TERMS. $150 IN ADVANCE  VOL. 21—NO. 45.  EliKHART, TNB., SATURBAY, NOT. 5, 1887.  NEW SERIES: VOL. 5-NO. 11.  Professional Cards. PHYSICIANS.  JQB. ifBAlBK. SWEJETA.ANI>,  Physician and Surgeon.  Office 205 Main street, over Shadnnan & Na- i dol'fMwrtore. OaUs answered from office day] or night.  Q B. N£3tASi, M. »..  Physician and Surgeon.  ■-.'^Xi  ■t'jÂ-.-i  • iO  ELKHART and GOSHEN.  Office. Cimitnuis Block, 217 Main Street.  Telephone No. 60.  Besldence. ' 30* Franklin Street.  Doctor G. W. Spohn,  ELKHART. IND.  The old reliable Grocer in  Ofmcb: theBacklen Opera Honse Block.  Bestdenoe: 500  Virginia Avenue.  A'Brnte. { Proteetlon on :W]ie«t'and Corn.  I Beriew (Satnrdiy.y " The following^ is an article from the  An instance oï what whisky, will do Chicago Tribune, the leading republi-for a man was exemplified here yester- can organ in the west The Tr&nme is terday and last 'night. Early in the a paper which the protectionist would [ mornine; a fwrner, in company with call a free trade paper, ,but it is not, but ] his little soni the latter probably five it is in favor of tariff reform : years of age came into : the city from ;, "A facetious Mgh taiiff; anti-reform, I 1 the north witha load of wood; Upon!^ organ of trusts and monop-  i reaching thé wood market, the man oUes gets oS this witticism: tied his team, and leaving his little son 1 Senator Colquitt of Georgia says that | seated on the wagon, put in the entire only two agricultural" pròducts-^ugar day in the saloons of the city, not once ric^^ pròteo^ by our Wgh  retumin« to «>e, wood market to look Xat'SdrÎSrpîoa«^^ after the boy or j team, or to dispose of Uf themselves." Senator Colquitt does 1 the wood. About dark, however, when not know what he is talking about, it was too late to sell his wood, and, in Wheat is çrotect^ by a taxm of 20 a thoroughly drunken condition, heen- ^^ ^ 1  deavored to hawk it along Main street. 1 ..^he Joke comes in where this so-j ^^tcr ClotMng and OvCrCOatS. Wé SpCat  -MAKE A-  Fall Announcement  Which will interest every buyer of Fall and  .1  JJ KAeWEBTY, Tit.  Physician and Surgeon.  Gires special attention ^ to dia^M o£ the Throat and Chest. Office hoors: 11 to 12 A. M., to S P. X. Office oyer Ijeonard's drug store.  iUÂUTY Am  lEAl  but being unsuccessful started for home, ■f-^eachi^.tte appro^h to^the Christiana creek bridge, near the creamery, he drove his team off the embankment, so that tbe team, wagon, man and boy were thrown over,_ and rolled to the bottom, the man and boy receiving no injuries, but one of the horses becoming entangled in such a manner that it could not get up. The drunken brute then took the neck-yoke  calledtariff on wheat and com is called w - — ^ _ . , — . . , -  'protection;'^ A country that exports lacts and Qo ttot try to humbug tliie people with  ^SialdTo^'to'tX^! S^SoS ficticious prices and shoddy goods. _ Holland and France, and sells it there With j&ftecn ycars experience in the clothing  WhiSucinr^c"^^^^^^ and not a stain upon our business record standin need of a tariff on the wheat enables US to buv ffoods from the larffcst and  of other nations. No country on earth , , . ,1 » j. a i i  is going to pay the cost of transporting Dcst tiouses lu tius couiitry. Ancl wueu wc Say  its wheat to any American port to SaVC yOU 40 per CCnt. OB MCU, YouthS,  .-i'SI  Office oTer Third street.  •307 Main street: residence 508.  DENTISTS.  At prices that you must appreciate.  Boxes  of New Kaisins  and began to beat the poor animal over. ^¿gj^gU^y^ jt  what|Boys and Ghildrens' Clothing and Furhishing  creamery, happened along at that junc-  ^di^ot-"IS^^^sl^'^ I ^ t^ifl on Wheat, flour, ¿orn, I the pcoplc of this city and couuty be the judges  hedidnot immecuateiy ttesist, wmc^ jr r j . 'ix^  he did. Mr. Kahler then assisted him UyQ^g jjQ American agricultural we wm Place our g:ooas m competition witn any  classes as fur overcoats to protect peo-1 other squarc dcahiig house m the City.  ia getting the horse up, righting the ws®on,and starting him home, leaving the wood lying at the foot of the embankment. An application of the j Delaware whipping-post law would not 1 seem greatly out of place in such an instance, as no other species of punishment will reach such brutes disguised as human beings.  pie from the cold in July dog-days. | No farmer who has sense enough to' come in out of the wet when it rains I is minded enough to swallow the | i humbug that the war tariff protects his products. It was not enacted for any such purpose. It was enacted |  Fine Stock, only 10 cents a pound.  IMD.  MISOEIiliAlSrEOTJS.  Jg F. STEPHESrS,  Notary Pub, & Conveyancer |  Office in A. Stephens' furniture store, 117 Main •treet.  J. H. Allison,  lyyT^ATCE MAKER & JKWg^B^ Makes a specialty of watches, chains ' "  Our Fall Stock arriving direct from England. See us before buying elsewhere. Our prices are just right.  charms.  «te.  E^A complete set o£ machinery for making BTory part of a watch.  O. H. DEPBEES. WHI/ H. VESEi. O. W. mttit.KB.  Defrees, Vesey & Miller, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,  HOFFMAN  427 S. Main St., Elkhart 111 S. Main St., Goshen  , . , 1 . 1 Examine our durable and well-made overcoat  dunng the war to yield the largest pos- _ x aq >7C O AA OKA AA J K AA  That insurance snit. Isible amount of revenue bo carry on the lOr mCU at itt)Z. i O, O.UU, O.Ov, 4:.UU aUCl O.UU.  It appears that the suit instituted war. and was retaiBed for many years VmiTiD- ttipti'q nvprPHiifQ in rJnrlrQnmw "RncrlidR by tbe state authorities to annul the after the war to pay interest and prin- ^ ^Mng mCU S OVCrCOaXS lU VOrKSCrCW JliUgUSU  charter of an. Elkhart insurance com- cipal of the war debt and bounties to "VV'orSted. MeltOn & KerSCVS at $6.75, 7.50, 8.00.  pany, is aimed at the legatees of the sick and wounded soldiers. For sey-Elkhart mutual benefit society, of eral years past it furnishes more reye-whichEd. Miller was at one time the nue than is needed by 100 millions a j : J^Q Othcr clothinff hOUSC iu the CitV OWUS head. This company lapsed into a year; but it is retained to bleed the peo- ^ r lu. . J  state of "innocuous deseuetude" about pie for the profit it yields to manuiac- the goods ^a^  two years ago, and^had almost passed t«rers. w^ are forming "trusts" ^d ^Wc display a handSOmC MnC Of Mcu'S Over-from the minds of men. Recently, monopolists toput up prices and the ^ ^ . , « . Akii  however, Geo. Deuell of Bellevue, Geo. necessaries of life. Thetariff enables COatS, tailor made With Silk laCingS m $10j $11, Galusha of Olivet, F. G, Warren of those greedy cormorants to rob the peo- Ljjj-i o ^-tn dfel J. „y,/! <i|»l K Wa will Qiifiafir vnii in Charlotte; and one or two other Mich- pie, while certain hireling, treacherous I iSMO, ij»!^ dnU iRJlt». VV « Wm bd-llSiy yOU lU;  iganders who had been running an in-1 newspapers tell their farmer readers i surance company at Bellevue under the title of the American mutual'a'irrived in Elkhart, and secured control of the charter of the defunct Elkhart mutual. Those parties had been compelled to leave the state by the new Michigan insurance law, and turned their attention to this state, our laws being more lenient. The auditor did not look favorably, upon the idea of granting them a charter, so they procured the resignation of the members of the  that the robber tariff protects their wheat, com and cotton I and therefore, ] should not be touched, but that whisky and tobacco should be put on the free ! list for the benefit of poor men I"  JDrawing on Hia JHlndslslit for Comfort.  Qoehen News.  While Elkhart is enjoying a boom I this year and some Goshen mechanics are working there, it is a fact that in 1882-3 Goshen had a boom and Elkhart 1  nmmt Am nm  ....„ON------  I  BOySilltCiLDHDltllO  HUBBELIi BLOCK. - GOSHEN. IND.  2ltf  Examine our Boys' Overcoats which are good value at $2.00, 2.25, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50 and 4.00. We will speak of our recent purchases of new  1 board of directors of the Elkhart com-1 mechanics came to this city for work pany, and the election of themselves to because everything was so quietin that  the vacant directorships. This accom- place. It must be remembered that a j j ; "Li J • ' *4- ^ -4- -i-Vi i-k  plished, they at once opened business town cannot boom every year, and that | ana aeSira Die gO mCU S SUltS aUQ UOt XnC .  under the name and charter of the periods of depression always foUow  THE PHOTOGRAPHER, ^  Is patronized from far and near. Ilis photos } CM not be exceUed. Main Bt.. Elkhart. Indiana.  New Advertisements I  Thos. Miller & Sons, Fall & Winter Catalogue  OF LiADIES and gentlemans FURNISHING GOODS  Kow ready and seat free on application THOS. MILLER & SONS, etb Ave. cor. Si2d St;.  ciiOa-iî  Mi's, Ton  CIIU  Elkhart mutual benefit company» About six weeks ago some of the state officers visited Elkhart, and instituted ; an investigation, the result of which was the filing of the suit to amend the charter of the company, mentioned last week.  IS  Committees of tlie Klkhart Improvement Association.  The president of the Elkhart improvement association has appointed I the following committees:  Executive CosmiTTBE.—A. F. Wolf, J. L. Brodrick, J. P. Primley, Jacob Lane and E. C. Bickel. Advertising.—J. P. Primley, Geo.  IVJBW YOUK  ________for onr Fall and  Christmas Tratle to take light, pleasant work at their own homes. $l to $3 per day can Work sent by mail any ^  - ¿ri  be aniet^ made, V tauce, . Particulars drees at once, . t Boston, Mass. Box. 6170.  iculars free. No cànTassìne.. 'Ad-drees at ònce, CBEaCBNT ABT CO.4147 Milk St.  XOT®MblN« A»VEKT*SEB» should I X address  CEO. P. ROWEL & CO.,  10 tSprnce S«.. Me-w "Vorlt City, ■ - FOB SELECT LIST OF 1,000 NEWSPAPERS, Will be sent .V RBB on application. -  TonOlitlnditioodM  orgaiu ; ¿beciSlll^ Eeadaiihe, Tliat jBad^Dyspepttos ever Sestdesniapleamttolte: So'lione need giup It dorm V  The rushing demand for these garments I not at air surprising when our Modetate Prices are taken into consideration with the valuesll^j^^^^.^-  Finance.^J. L. Brodrick, A. L. Fisher and A. R. BeardsleyV -  Fairs and Entbbtajnseens.-—J. C. Lane, E. C. B ickel, George Newell, A. R. Beardsley and A. L. Fisher.  Gmr Improvements.—^A. L.'Wolf, J. li. Brodrick and J. P. Primley,  booms, hence as Elkhart is having a ^ I boom after years of depression, it, is not strange that the conditions arenas they are. Our turn is coming, and mark what we say, 1888 will eclipse anything of the kind ever seen in Go-; shen.  edwardsburc; michigan. ,  Mr. Henry Dasher was in town on Monday.  Work on the stone and furnace works is progressing finely^  Mrs. R. D. May is suffering from a 1 severe stroke of paralysis. „  Mr. Moses Lee is home from Lansing. He will return in a few days.  I which we offer our patrons.  Men^s Overcoats  Our $10, $12, $16 and $18 line in particular are a great boom, though eveiy lot of stock from $5 to $25 must be called cheap.  Mr. Holland returned from Chicago ^f rj-PTlia  last Monday, after spending a few days I UOZeU; U1 \jeULb  odds and ends of old stocks put together.  Examine our Men's suits at $4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00 and 7.00. Examine our handsome line of  CASS I ME RE SUITS  Perfect fittmg and well made at $7.50, 8.00, 9.00, 10.00, 11.00 and 12.00.  Look sit our fine black suits in Corkscrew and Enghsh Worsted at $9.00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 14.00 and 15.00. A saving of 40 per cent, to buyers. We will place on sale this week 50 ^^  in the city buying goods.  Mr. August, who has run the Pleas-' ant Lake, house the.past summer,^has returned with his goods to EU^art, _ _ where he expecia to open a first class  MeMra.~ Woir^'d 'ih^ii^son have I hoarding house.  been appointed to solicit subscriptions ^ , - • • ,, __. _ ^ . if, .„ „ «ood Principles,, Bven, if Bad .Com-  to stock, and will call on our citizens ' panr,  Within.the next few days. | Goshen Times,,  SllUs: arM-a. "^ool 3^-UL£fler©  ' These goods are worth from $1.50 to 3.00.; The/entire lot. goes at $1.00, 1.25 and 1.50. N Gall (early to: gpt^these bargains.  We. are stiB the leaders in the collar trade.m!  Personal; regard to the ing, and tiie judicious use of that super-  Idoridterative, Ls^dor; willvinsure that .iujj^j.. .. „ ww«. ,..«,, ________________________^^  I inestimable blessing-T-health. trade organ, the DBMOORATioSBiraTOm,^^^ 1  . Cutting teeth is one of the hardest I to do the same, things , ,This ,ii  I - ' I f Mi* W ~ —--J r_ ^  of this City, theithis, city and offeriha latest styles 4 ply. lih(  The free trade organ J _________ . „............... ..................... ....... .......  rules of liv- iv^iw. quotes the »«cie collars 3 for 25 ccuts. The largcst line of  fthatsuper-1 the liquor and tariff questions approv- .. -  ingly. We look for the. Elkhart, free |  _^^ IIn every sj^le and description.  re\?v?ARD ^j sortment at lowest prices.  wiûîiè tf^dyl à better, remedy .acKe/iNcrvonsn« ''les^ness ficcV tluufj ÎiReptofktiTeT'Tic-____  ¿cmtaln^no <  iumc  ___  '"'iTi  I^Srgibàk»  ».j^Schairs,- '  'lilxil • ni^nl^^lfh  4dìniiiÌB'àator. .prices xitîi wh^^  I  ms  PPSB BLOCK,  m  «   

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