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South Haven Messenger (Newspaper) - June 12, 1885, South Haven, MichiganThe messenger business locals. Published by r. S. Dean proprietor Evert Friday morning at South Haven Mich. Horse and a Huston Fob 8ale�?the horse and Phaeton owned by . Green is for Sale together with harness and Appu ten Anees at a Price that should command the attention of those who want to Bay at bargain. Inquire of j. Humphrey. School books Blank books Only up n stationery periodicals daily and weekly j Lak 1i subscription taken for any pub i a a Wirick location. At lowest rates by g. In the Post office Boom. Business directory. Church a. Methodist episcopal Church a service every sunday at 10 30 am and 7 . A every Sun sunday school after morning Erric a pastor Rev. Gao. B. Kuure Sun meet Church prayer or. Godfrey will visit this place once a month during the summer spending three Days each Tims to finish work on hand and attend to work. His dates will be As for Gas july 16,17 and 18. Aug. 17,18 a a 18. Sept. 17,18 a a 19. Lor m 7 o clock sunday evening meeting thursday evening. Pastor Rev. A. A Cxoe South Haven Jure 12. 1885. Daft St Church a service every sunday d at 100 a. Mand 7 p. My in amp a so Boot 7 . After morning a Ervilee. Pastor Rev. Cuba Johnsoh Home Hackings. Herrick Hodges has clean his windows. A african x. K n Sanday at 10 to e. a. M., and 7 p. In even roman will be Wryk every third sunday in each r month. At 10 .30 instruction for children at 3.30. Rev. And 70______�?z fathers of Brien and Man amp Ennis. Of Kalamazoo officiating the first coat of plastering is on the lower Story of the Hempstead building. Rev. Or. Skentelbury preached for the m. E. Church on sunday evening last. Three new members were added to the societies. The regular meetings of a Star of the a to Lodge no. 158, f. A a. Will congregational Church on sunday last. R our Street commit Raizner has been doing quite extensive work in the line of turn hiking the roads South of town making marked improvement. Coming events cast their shadows. Free Dewey is putting a new foundation under and is otherwise repairing his Home opposite the residence of Geo. It. Hale. Archie and Harry Van strand have purchased the yacht Hornet of Jay Monroe and Are giving her a thorough overhauling to be ready for pleasure sailing. Children a Day will be observed by the baptists with suitable exercises decorations and music at the usual hour for morning worship. All Are invited to participate in the exercises. The thermometer fell from sunday till monday about thirty degrees. Overcoats the excursion wednesday was enjoyed by a number of our citizens Vjio speak of it in High praises of the Boot the management the Day and the places visited it was not As profitable to the Church As they had hoped it would be. We have a couple of eggs that were found in the ground together with several others and the boys who found them finding a worm in them thought that the secret of so Many Cut Worms was out that these were the eggs from which they were hatched. Were in demand monday while sunday brought out summer dresses and colors. The Van Buren county battalion will hold its reunion at Hartford on the 18th, 19th and 90th most every organization of sailors and soldiers an invited to attend. An editorial picnic has been arranged for editors and friends in general at 8au< Patuck june 24th, and it is planned to make at a great Day for Baldhead hark and the thousands who will visit it. The record expects to see 5,000 people capping that Baldhead on that occasion. Is it possible that the messenger will have the most prominent position in that vast throng _ be held throughout the year As follows Jan. 27th, feb 24th, Marc h 24th, april 8th. May 26th, j tute 23d, july 21st, August 25th, september 22d, get. 20th. Nov. 17th and dec. 15th. The Lodge is u open at 7 30, Sharp. G. L. Metcalf h. P. To Ostro Law nth Secretary children a Day will be observed by the m. E. Church on sunday next. The children a entertainment will be in the evening at the congregational Church. C. Kirchner has purchased about 6,000 pounds of Wool paying therefor from 18 to 16 for unwashed and 20 to 23 for washed. He ships it to Philadelphia. The american bulletin of june 5th says that the peach crop of Delaware and Maryland will be greater than before in ten years. _ the Daisy which went out last week to engage in the excursion business returned on tuesday finding that she need mrs. J. A. Dyckman has just issued a thousand circulars calling attention to her Park Grove place and the attractive features connected with it As a summer resort. The place received quite a Boom in that direction last year and with the additional advantage of a fast train twice each Day to and from Kalamazoo we expect a Large increase the present season. The Keeler correspondent of the Dowa Gouth Haven chapter of Royal Arch Maeona no. 58, will hold their regular meetings in a Onk Hall during the year As follow Jan. Jot i. Feb 27th, Mufeh 27th, april 24th, May 23d, june 26th. July 24th, aug to 21st, ser it Teml it a 18th, october 23d, november 20th and december 18th. Joseph . P. Geo l. Sea ver Seo. A Stewart c. H. Alba Heywood a entertainment is highly spoken of by the press. some fixing. She is having it done. Our state legislature has decided to close the session june 17th. W Taylor Jince will ship the first strawberries of the season to night. Ach. Chandler posted. 35, g regular meeting every other saturday evening. A cordial invitation i extended to member of the order to visit our Post j s. I11cks. Post commander g. H. Smith adjutant. Or. Hannahs Mill has not been running this week for Lack of logs. A grand reception last night at the of Chas. Sheffer has about 3,000 Melon Hills ready for transplanting which Are about six weeks in Advance of unprotected plants. Ten fifteen and Twenty five cents will pay for one of the a St amusements that Giac times gives the following item married at the residence of the brides l Ather by elder Mason miss Nettie Roberts of this place to or. Lockwood of South Haven. This is supposed to be Eddie Lockwood As he is known to have paid some attn Tion to miss Nettie while visiting with her Uncle and aunt or. And miss Pedrick. per card of invitation a Large number of guests assembled at the residence of mrs. Henry blood two Miles East of town to witness the marriage of her daughter miss Alma to we. Bridges of Gennaco Livingston county n. Trio officiating Clergyman was the Rev m. A. Bullock of South Haven who performed the very interesting and impressive ceremonies at 12 of clock Fred Rose of Geneseo n. Y., and miss Bertie Bridges of South Haven doing the honors of groomsman and bridesmaid. W Hen after receiving the Hearty congratulations of All present a sumptuous repast was served the elaborate and appetising character of which elicited the highest Eulogi Stic efforts of the participants. Miss ainu was one of South Haven s most estimable Young ladies and or. Bridges whose acquaintance she made while visiting at the East several years since is a Young Man of excellent moral standing of Fine intellectual attainments Ard has highly flattering financial prospects. The Happy pair were the recipients of numerous handsome and valuable presents at the hands of the assembled guests and accompanied by the Earnest Well wishes of All took their departure on the afternoon Traia for their future Home at the grooms parental Homestead in new York. May their pathway throughout their future be illuminated Only with Sunshine and visions of Rosy Hue and cheered Ever with the happiest of life a realities. A guest. Many thanks for wedding de. Detroit Angle Iro Nangle Iron f. Schiav Buchanan folding bed l. Schofield grand Haven,4 Corn planter c. Suedekum Bay City Brace w. Thomas Giand rapids system of electric lighting j. H. Whiting Detroit device for opera finer foundry ladles l. S. Woodbury Calumet Rock Drill. A Kami injector free with every bottle of Shiloh a Catarrh remedy. Price 50 cents. For Sale at Dales. Shiloh a Catarrh Remc Dye a positive cure for Catarrh diphtheria and canker Mouth. For Sale at Dales. Old and reliable. Q. W right amp som. in important. When you visit or leave new York City save Dollar. Reduced to $1 and upward per Day. European plan. Elevator. Restaurant supplied with the beet. Horse cars stages debated Railroad to All depots. Families can live better for Lee Money at the grand Union hotel than at any other first class hotel to the City. Groceries crockery glassware Etc Ujj i a and everything in the line of general merchandise. Give its a . Market report. A corrected weekly by humps bad. Johnson amp l0unsbery, in Era House for the graduating class. Good Templar Lodge. Every saturday evening of each week at their Hall Over first National yank. Physicians. C. Talk in a a. A of toe Over the Emporium. Residence Comer of Pearland school. Night or Day Calls iwo poly attended to. Regular meetings a. Denna will move into his House this week. A. E. Ketcham Aud son have the Job of painting or. Bradley buildings. Another lot of Broadhead dress goods strikes our town on saturday and monday evenings 13tlvand 15th most. The Saugatuck commercial says that the a. B. Taylor continues to Stop at South Haven on both her out and return trips. She does it very quietly and lands at some Remote parts if she stops. With at French Bros. Hewson a. Parasols at French Bros. A Hewson a. Geo. Ca11nes, i. D., office Over Thompson furniture 8tore, North id residence of Michigan Avenue hour amp East of the Baptist Church. Third a Fine lot of Cashmere shawls at French Bros. A Loews ohm a. Rev. A. A Alcott who recently Drew from the unitarian Church has been engaged to alternate Between the universalist churches of Dowagiac and Decatur As a Supply. We. Mcknight former of Syracuse w. C. Ransom pm. D., Effle and Kas Denoe on the Comer of Kalamazoo and Huron Street. Or. E. Weaver a recently of Buchanan has located in this Village with the deep ten of tract into his profession. Residence and office on the Corner of Pearl and Mcdownel streets. Thu treatment of women and children will be a specially. P. S. Edwards m. A Eclectic physician. Ques promptly attended to. Office at residence on Broadway. Druggists. Herrick h6dgks, Broad was. Proscriptions filled at All Byers of satisfaction in Price Ana Quality Dar or night Tufa Raulind. New Stock of prints at Hewson a. French Bros. Amp or. 8pcrry�?Ts Precie dog which we mentioned last week has found his Way Back. S. A. Holmes amp co. Done to blow As some do but give real bargains in groceries. Geo. H. Bradley has been driving throw our streets a Span of Bays which Are admired As a close mated Fine stepping team. The unproven to around the Pacific House Are progressing and the Street run n. Y., was drowned in the River of St. Joseph on the 28th ult. He was a Bachelor aged 70 years. It is supposed he fell off the Bridge. The skating rink at cold water has been converted into a manufactory for Road carts and occupied by a Large company which has recently been formed in that place. We understand the Sentinel recognized the a Plant of Browne As still living thanks. Now neighbor will you not be Ning South has been nicely graded. Interludes of very Fine flute Piccolo and piano soloists at the Heywood enter kind enough to say that its roots Are heal Ziy and it bids fair to live Long and Bear much fruit k. E. Dale second door East of the Post office Phoenix Street prescription carefully compounded. Merchandise. French Bros. So Hewson Corner of Phoenix and Center Street first West of the Pacific House. G. Wright so son Phoenix Street South Side first dry goods Bouse East of the Pacific hotel. N. Hale so co., Domer of Phoenix and Center streets at the Siton of the red Flat. Dentist. F. Godfrey of Floe Over Wheeler a Ross s store. Satisfaction guaranteed. Or h. Cook Ide Antist. Office in the messenger Block up stairs. Filling a specially. All work done and satisfaction Guaran teed. He will be absent on. Wednesday of each week. Attorneys. James h. Johnson office Southeast Comer of Phoenix and Broadway. Find floor. N. Cook of file Comer of Phoenix and Kalamazoo Street. Prompt attention paid to collections. Grocers. C. J. Hempstead red front building opposite the opera House. Wail paper and crockery also in Stock. Wagon maker amp Blacksmith g. L. Metcalf Phoenix Street near the Cong a National meeting Bouse. Miscellaneous. Johnson pc lounsbeby., dealers in farming implements &c., East Phoenix Street. Most National Bani Tain nent to Morrow and monday evenings. Alba Heywood the Impersonator at the opera House to Morrow and monday Cven Ings. Peter Tatro left on wednesday night with Hia family and household goods for Chicago. Frost a wide area of the Low lauds on monday night doing Little damage however. Our marshal is paying due attention to sidewalks and we know that he has Ord ered one to repair who rendered cheer full obedience. Impartiality requires like notification of All who Are delinquent in this respect and the Honor of the place re quires prompt attention. We would Call special attention to the column advertisement of or. To it a a Send and request All to read it. They will see inducements to give him a Call and if they find that he fills his Bill it will be Tor their interest to make their summer purchases there. A Tomahawk and seventy six Indian flints were recently slowed up on the farm of Henry Pierce Plainwell. A. Healey has % new barn in process of construction on his seed farm in Casco. Size 30 by 40 feet. H. S. Drake has built a new dwelling near his fathers just Over the line in Geneva. Isaac r. Swartout of Wayne township Cass county had his old War horse a Frank a aged 26 years that he Rode through fourteen Battles including Gettys Burg the wilderness and up to the surrender of Lee s army on exhibition at Dowagiac on decoration Day. Pioneer an unusually Large acreage of White Beans has been planted in Geneva and Casco township. Joseph Letson amp co., builders Are doing the Carpenter work on George Griffin a new House. Friends and patrons of the clothing store will readily see by referring to our advertisement in another column and observing the terrible cuts we Are making in the Price of our goods that we cannot deviate from strictly Cah Down. If we give time to responsible parties we must have regular prices. E. P. Townsend proprietor. The foundation Wall of or. Garfield a House has been Laid by Geo. Williams and Chester House. Our new Railroad arrangement is very acceptable to All and is adding largely to the passenger business. The congregational Church of Kalamazoo celebrated its fiftieth anniversary last saturday. P. We publish this week a very Able and suggestive article from the pen of Rev. H. Skentelbury which we Hope All will read. Some of the Points he makes May not be in Harmony with the views of All but the leading Drift of the article is in a direction that All should heed. It will pay anyone to give it a critical study. Have been d. Beckwith of round Oak stove notoriety Dowagiac has rented the parlor rink building for the storage of stoves. Arthur Townsend has arranged a show window in which he exhibits fancy goods in grand style h. Zeedyk returned from Chicago wednesday morning with another Supply of cheese and smoked herring which he Sells As cheap As Ever. At a meeting of the citizens tuesday night a committee was appointed to raise funds for a Celebration in the fourth for several weeks past we publishing Dewitt Tal Magck a sermons on the outside of the paper and we suggest that they be embraced by All our readers for sunday perusal. They Are generally on some live question and he is fully up to the modern thought in his investigation of them. His terse Way of handling his subjects gives to them an interest which old and Young will relish and derive profit from. Of some one to see that and they Are working with encouragement. Wednesday sold his route Lamo draft of All principal Cilious of the world and passage tto Kots to and from any part of c. J. Xxx Rolft amp a savings Bank department Anderm Manta to h. E. Dewey insurance agent got Rel have boat companies a1 $6,996,500 4,464,6471 a 1.735.563 l.427.394 ll.339.v16 �l.060.675 i 918.063 a oct a Ajax Cav Ken tags co. Priz e Root of Good which tab Oil j Ting use sex. Succeed from first boor. The Broad in sir ssh Sis Cal Fletcher on thoroughbred dog a a spot parties for $25. _ red shawl on the 81st ult., Between this Village and s. G. Shelters Casco. The finder will Confer a favor by leaving it at this office. Rev. Or. Mod a now keeping House in the residence belonging to Norman Phillips on Broadway Al Tyler is 181 fee material together for a new cottage which he intends erecting after Berry picking is Over. Merrill Webster of Chook has a yearling ook sired by a Young lefty a owned by amp the. Ham fat which weighs $60 pounds. Who us Dorffi a a i the children Over two Mouths. Will have a rest of the congregational Strawberry and ice Cream social last Friday of Irene no we attended by a Hoye number who enjoyed the occasion and left As the proceeds Over Twenty six dollars. It is the duty noxious weeds Are destroyed on the line of the highways and we Hope they will do their duty thoroughly. There was a neglect in this Village last year that we Hope will not be tolerated again. A panic was created at Otsego in a crowded opera House assembled for graduating exercises by the unexpected peals from the Plainwell band which appeared in the Street an was mistaken for an alarm of fire. The excited crowd rushed for the dates of exit and treed Down and injured a number but by persistent Effort the attention of the crowd we gained an Confidence restored Whf no com of life. The annual catalogue of the state agricultural College for 1885 has been received. Van Buren county is represented by Hiram t. French from Almena in the senior class William t. Welch Paw Paw the Junior class Frank l. Charles Bangor Luke c Colburn Lawrence Geo. Miner Almena Steven Monroe South Haven and Frank e. Rood Covert in the freshman class. The total number of students for the year was 173. There Are Twenty one employed in the College As faculty or officers among them South Haven is represented in the person of Liberty h. Bailey jr., who is professor of horticulture and landscape gardening and superintendent of the horticultural department. _ we have been shown a new work on botany entitled a talks a Field a by Liberty Bailey jr., published by Hough ton Mifflin amp co., Boston mass., 1885 the copyright to which has been sold to the above firm. It is a Book of 170 pages owing to the Cool weather the Strawberry exhibition will not be held until the afternoon of saturday the 27th of june at which time the fruit will probably be condition to make a Fine show. Let every Berry grower be at the meeting next 3ion Day night to hear and take part m the discussion is to the Best manner of managing the Berry Patch during the fruiting season. At that meeting will be stated the terms with which exhibitors will have to comply at the show and any matters in connection with it not understood will be explained the following is the list of premiums which will be paid for the largest and finest collection 1st 3d of varieties. $1 00. .$0 50 pricks paid by dealers. We Dot per Bushel.90tol00 oat per Bushel. 30to40 Corn per Bushel. 35 to 40 Beans per Bushel. 75 tol.00 onions Der Bushel. 50 to 60 potatoes per Bushel. 25 to 85 apples per Bushel. 40 to 80 Clover seed. 5.00to6.00 butter per Pound. 12 to .14 died apples.04 to .06 lard per Pound.08 to .10 eggs per dozen.09 to 10 beef on foot per cwt.3.00to4.00 beef dressed a a a a .5.00 to 6.00 hogs live a a a a .3.50to4.00 hog dressed a a a a -.4.50to5.00 chickens dressed. .07 Hay per ton.$10 to $12 live chickens. .06 successors to l. Phelps amp co., a present on readers for 12 cents in postage o Pav for a and wrapping and of two Book agents will receive file a steel Ednish Pai ? Hie thing of All our president including Cleveland size 22x28 in., Worth Al. Address pub. Co., Chicago 111. 1885. Idea Lebs its agricultural implements wagons buggies machinery of All kinds machine Oil also phosphate and other farm and Garden fertilizers. French Bros j Hewson 5 50. 50. 50. 50. For Best quart Wilson Crescent. Sharpless. Manchester. Any other variety suit Able for marketing. 50. Cumberland. 50. Bidwell. 50. Any other variety suit 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 de especially for dessert 50. On . .50 25 for Best new variety not fruited in this Section previous to 1ss4, 50 cents. Or. Com. Profusely illustrated and is especially designed As a hand Book for amateurs. From a Hasty glance at its contents we pronounce it a valuable addition to botanical literature and a credit to the author. Rev. H. Skentelbury has accepted a Call of the congregational Church at Hub a amp Reston Ionia county and left for his Field on thursday. His goods Wile and three children went by rail and himself and two children went by Hia own convey Ance across the country. He leaves Large Circle of warm admirers who Wil follow him with their Best wishes for his usefulness and happiness in his new Field he will keep posted in South Haven affairs by weekly visits of the messenger the commencement exercises of class the work of improvement goes nobly on Rater the new common co anon and our streets will soon pot to a look of Thrift which fwu be creditable to m among the recent me Vea la the right direction is fee erection of my fool Bridges Aero fee ravines. The Timber we pal of fee grand hat Wmk for new ones scrom fee ravines Ott Phoenix Street beef East and West of Broadway on the North aide. That new walk on threat Eta of the gain building is a luxury and when u in continued wet foam my Oro Whir a earner it will be on Mot de Tuafale roots to and from Bur office. Quite a Perara had torm is reported a having named Ovar portions of of Moi and Ganges Townie spa about 10 of clock on sunday night. Fear were entertained for Feo safety of the Young peaches but Tima far Nom Rioni Hare been the my mor meeting of fee Michigan horticultural society will Convene to Frankfort Benzie county june 34th, in acceptance of an invitation bum fee Benzie horticultural society. Benzie county via provide Tor Al delegates. For further particular and railway a we Garfield Secretary quid Bagit a Pfoh Flirl of �?T85 were held of wednesday evening in the congregational meeting House and were attended by a Large crowd. The House was tastefully arranged for the occasion. In an elliptical form Over the platform in Large Evergreen letters the class motto a on the Bridge a was suspended and in front of the platform we a three Span Bridge faced with Snow bal blossoms on which the class stood in delivering their addresses these three spans representing life in its three stages symbolizing the a a past of study struggle anxiety and cod quest ant a a result the a present with its fragrance and Beauty the Spring time of Promise and Hope with its a a future Over which their journey leads and which they push out to accomplish with the courage of assured Confidence that they will succeed. The Rostrum was beautifully adorned with pot Flowers gathered from the Vari Ous collections which cheer Domestic life arranged by Loving and interested friends with the taste of artistic skill the Floral gifts to the graduates were very profuse considering the season some of them showing exquisite taste and Loving patience in their arrangement. The massive Pyramid presented to miss Linderman was particularly an object of admiration by the audience. The Young ladies who composed the class Dora Delamere Lillie e. Davis Laura e. Drake and Clara b. Pm Hcrman appeared in competed dignity gracefully taking their position on the a abridge a and with Clear and distinct utterance in a moderately pitched tone read their productions which were Well composed and evincing a breadth of study fully equal to their years. The class of �?T85, though smal1, is a full average Clara in scholarly attainments and we May reasonably Hope will give practical expression to the Noble sentiments advanced by prof. Green in his address to them in their influence towards equalizing the a Ideal and Mira Dora Delamere was awarded the Clara distinction of a scholarship in Adrian College. The music was rendered by the congregational Quartetti and was excellent the music for the class song was arranged by the Leader. Prof. Glines which had the Merit of being Floe in its adaptation and Melody. Prof. Greens address was a scholarly production aiming to impress the class wife fee idea of a life of usefulness which their position on the a amount of vision enabled them the exert looking Over fee Field of practical turmoil confusion Aad labor of fee sterner sex they could detect fee dangers they Here Hable to Aad the possibility of Akigbe attainments and from Thrift portion shape direct As the general shapes and directs tha forces who Ere subjected to the Din and smoke of Bei Feroe the Field from his Point of vision. Trot Boss before press Ting the diplomas made Soma remarks of fee patrons Tif tha severely critic doing Feser neg Lect of attention to the school and or ctn More attention in the a Tore. He said that during Bis fire Yean of connection with the afe ool not morn fear of Liq had refit and the school except on of Blic Occa tons in presenting the diplomas he spoke to the night Fofoa a of tha deportment of fee Gradante and the grateful Rantem Ranee he should Ever carry wife him of to we c. Randall who breaking in a bicycle to use for locomotion in attending to Bis numerous jobs of work found it not quite Quick enough for his necessities on tuesday morning and As a consequence he was landed unceremoniously and rather severely on the ground in Advance of the bicycle. Probably no Mode of locomotion requires greater skill or More constant at Tention than this and none that inflicts More frequent accidents while learning and sometimes they prove severe. Or. R., with the courage of his unconquerable will mounted the a a Steed and sped on his Way to or. Bradley a where he is pushing the erection of a Fine House and barn smoothly and swiftly As though nothing had happened. Haj nov transportation line. The new and elegant upper Cable propeller personal. City of St. Joseph Alex. Elton master Norman Phillips we Are sorry to say is quite sick. Will run Between Leroy Bradley was Home from Kalamazoo Over sunday John Ward and wife of Bloomingdale were in town on wednesday. Will Triece shipped last Friday on the City of 8t. Joseph As Porter. Chas. E. Mcarthur is enjoying a Lay off this week which he much needs. Miss Newcome who has suffered an attack of Erysipelas is again Able to be out. N. Cook esa., left on wednesday to attend to Law business in grand rapids. William Doty of Lenawee county is visiting at the residence of Henry that Field. South Haven and \ Chicago leaving South Haven mondays wednesdays and fridays at 9 of clock p. Returning will leave j. H. Graham due Cago the cheaper lines of dress goods. 9 of clock p. P. And saturdays at 11 80 e. Cook clerk. Rev. J. H. Richards is quite Eick and it is feared by his friends that he will not last Long. . Tripp has the birth of Porter on fee excursion boat Saginaw running from Chicago. Photographs. Be sure and Call at the photographic oar j. Lannin was in attendance at the West Michigan horticultural society held in Muskegon last week. Homer Eaton of Bloomingdale was in town Friday and saturday of last week prospecting for a class m music. Jerry Bridges of Arlington has been the guest of his daughter mrs. L. H. Bailey during the present week. Thomas Merritt a former resident of to get Good pictures. No stairs to climb. Bring your babies and old people. Old pictures enlarged to any size. Mrs. Edwards artist. South Haven now of Spring City tenn., is visiting for a Short time with his brother Rev. A. C. Merritt. A. P. Van Buren of Galesburg class orator class of �?T84, is visiting at the residence of prof. Roes. He came to attend the commencement exercises. Or. A. Miller and mrs. Miller of Chicago miss May Lathrop of Aurora mrs. Emma Saeger and Mira Bernice Moore of Flower fluid Are guests of mrs. Delamere Mira Annie m. Ewing who has been spending some time at or. Newcomers for her health Lett thursday morning for her Home in Detroit and expects to return in a week. The proprietor or. Williams of the City of St. Joseph and the clerk m Cooke had their daughters and the Steward or. Payne his wife with them on the boat the first of the week. Or. Godfrey leaves next week his Tice m this place which has been and is prac Good for what appears to be a better Field n Muskegon. He is a first class dentist ind will be Neld on to for work by Many As Ong As he visits our town As he intends to notice of which May be seen in another lace. Mrs. Julia Dyckman has placed her cottages under the management of j. G. Van a pc Rickiy wife tin doxology was Sank by fee Okobi fee congregation joining altar which the Bini Minn was Preno Naos by ret. Or Dyke and leaves this week for Plainwell Mich., from which Pla Roe Mich., where she expects to freoa_which_plaoe_ahgoe8 to Mon husband and be present at the commence i men exercises at the St Mary a Academy were her daughter is attending school after which they will return to their Lake Side smasher resort lilt of patents granted to citizens of Michigan for fes week ending tuesday june 1888, compiled from the official records of the United state a tort office exp Reaty fort a by Shipley Brash As is Patent attorney solicitor and sep Frt a <87 t Street h. W., Washington of whom and information May a had a. A. Biml grand Cisperta v Jointer a o. Barman Putter Vilie binding Harvester s notate a r. Clark Detroit braiding for sewing machines h b. Colman and g. Turner Kalamazoo Power Wood Sall c e. Depuy Jackson r risk res Iurii sgt a i is tab Ilchuck a. J. Holt grand rapids electric switch a. Jacobs Cheboygan saw tooth swaging machine c. P. Leaner a a Fence w. Brwn emf can x. It Valen City door Biasw d. A Paige v a Corner Pheanix and Center streets opposite first National Bank. We have the nicest store and the most Complete Stock of goods in the place. We shall continue to keep All the lines of goods of the two late firms so that persons trading with us can buy More kinds of goods and at less Price than any place in town. At present we Are offering great inducements in remnants and a great Many articles we have in Overstock. We Are sole agents for the the Best dress goods for the Money made. We also have a splendid line in amp cd a we have a Stock of better made and better fitting i v j a huh "ct1 t test Jas mslsi4 Vij c o than can be found in this place. We buy no Odds and ends or Sample lots therefore can show a Fine Stock of stylish fitting goods. On Stock of groceries crockery hats and Caps boots and shoes is quite Complete and will be sold at the lowest prices. A if tie Stock of miscellaneous and Blank books. And a Complete line of stationary articles. We save you Money by buying school books of us of which we have a full line. Our news department will continue to have papers ia6amss k periodicals As Hope to have the pleas ure of trading with All our old customers of the two late firms and make Many new ones. We shall Endeavor to treat ail alike and in such manner that All will say French Bros. Amp Hewson 18 pipe place to Trade. U it to 3 i. ,4. V r a a a

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