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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 2, 1898, South Haven, MichiganSentinel Kastad Vety sat div by w. E. Stewart. A Oli a top Rhetor a a a glance 1=188. South Haven Michigan. Subscription $1.50 a year m i cake amp a Ute july 2 1898 a afro it As Ommon to expression is is heard on the streets nowadays it i saw it in the a the Steamer Williams leaves at one of clock this morning on her first trip to Chicago to return at eight ibis evening. A the Steamer grand rapids is to give an excursion to Chicago at 9 m. To Morrow leaving there at 11 a m. To return 75 cheats round trip. A miss May Praty is Home for a vacation from her studies in the Young ladies Seminary at Kankakee in Illinois. arrangements Are made fora Celebration Here monday but the a omani tree on printing has not As yet Furnis hed us any programme of exercises. A mrs. Claire b. Holden of 0624 we Atworth Avenue in eng Wood is a guest Here with her Mother mrs. A f. the Casco farm and with friends in the Village. A married wednesday evening by Rev. E. By Moody of the first Baptist Choren at the Michigan Avenue Home of the Mother of the Bride w. J. Viall and miss Fanny sailors. Benton Harbor and Covert a lady a shoulder Cape persian Lamb a Reward of $5 if returned to f. L. Cole Cape of Chi Cago inter Ocean. A mrs. A. B. Mosier and miss Meda Adams both of Columbia City Indiana sister and Niece of mrs. W. E. Grimes and of mrs. Of a. J. Madill Are Here As guests with the last two named ladies. Miss Belle Madill has gone for a visit of two or three weeks at the Fulton Avenne Home of Richard Mangan in Chicago. A fourth of july Holiday excursions the Michigan Central will sell for above occasion one first class limited fare for Roand trip. Tickets a a Sale july 2d, 3d and 4th, Good to set urn july 5tb a Fred and mrs. Chamberlain of Kansas City Are Here for a visit with her Grandfather Uzziah Conger and her aunt mrs. H. Avery. Up to tuesday of last week mrs chamber tin was miss Georgia Strope has been known by our people her entire life time and has a Host of friends Here who Hope for her continual happiness. for boy of 16 on a fruit farm. Good Home preferred wages. Address w. F. Newhouse 7012 Sherman Street in Chicago. A the Chicago High school Van Devil Les Are to give an entertainment at the opera House Here this evening and an extra pleasant time is assured All who attend. It consists of singing dancing cake walk and All that goes to make up a pleasant two or three hours. At the close those in Rise will dance until Midnight under the auspices of the bachelors a club. A mrs Edwin Arnold was taken ill tuesday afternoon wednesday there was a consultation of doctors and that evening at nine of clock As her husband sat by her bedside Fau Niue her she ceased to breathe. She was 34 years of age had been married twelve Vears but leaves no children was the daughter of Nathan and mrs. Chamberlain of Goblesville who came Heric and took the remains to that place for burial. A while five or six workmen were undermining the Clay Bank in the Brick Yard of John wyers on the North Side of the River about ten minutes of six of clock wednesday not Erool a Cave in occurred from which they All escaped except John a were a son of the owner and the Foreman of the Yard he being caught by the heavy mass of Clay so that his left leg was crushed just to Ove the ankle tie Bone being driven through the flesh and still heavier masses crushed the lower part of his body As be was driven Over backward. He was at once released and taken in the near by Home of his father where he died three hours later. He was 25 hears of age the 22d of March was of Strong vigorous build St pay and industrious and an exemplary specimen of Young Stu toed. His own borne was on the Edge of the Yard his wife Haring his supper nearly ready end happening to stand in her door a Ewe saw the mass fell that robbed bar of a hns baud and their Little five year old daughter of a father. The funeral Friday afternoon from the Church attended by of the maccabees of be Frieb order he was a sir Knight. Republican congressional convention. The Republican convention for the fourth congressional District of Michigan woe held in the Longwell opera House Paw Paw convening at one of clock A tuesday june 28,1898. The convention was called to order by f. Gilson of Benton Harbor chairman of the congressional committee who after Reading the Call for the convention called j. W. Humphrey of Allegan county to the chair Aud was afterwards elected Secretary. The Roll of counties was called for committee announcements Van Burn choosing a. T. Anderson of Ere . F. Barrows on permanent organization Aud order of business j. H. Johnson on resolutions and m. O. Rowland As member of the con. Gressional committee. Allegan selected Ogden Tomlinson on credentials l. A. Spencer on permanent organization Aud order of business Devvy c. Reid on resolutions and As committeeman. Foil delegations were reported As present from each of the six counties Allegan 20, Barry 13, Berrien 24, Cass 12,St. Joseph j4,Van Buren 17. The report of the committee on resolutions which was unanimously a a adopted by the convention was the republicans of the fourth congressional District of Michigan congratulate themselves that they once More meet when their fellow citizens of the Union Are Happy prosperous and progressing under a Republican administration of National affairs. We hold that our party a Promise Ola return of Prosperity has been tilled in even greater measure than we predicted and we insist that this condition is More largely due to the Wise measures of legislation enacted since March 4th, 1897, and to the feeling of Security this country always possesses under Republican administrations than to any other influences combined. And there is president William Mckinley Long life to him Aud peaceful Days of the Honor and love of a grateful people when he shall have completed eight years of his Beneficent chief magistracy. Today he is the greatest figure in the worlds fretful drama and the one ruler who is everywhere conceded to be Wise moderate firm and most unselfishly patriotic. It is not necessary that we should forget while he is leading the whole United people that he is a Republican Aud that he at All times has his party a interests As Well As his country a close to his heart oar special business today is to renominated to his seat in Congress Hon. Edward l. Hamilton of whose abilities we Are proud and whose record and work meet our Heartiest approval. We have tried him and he is not wanting. We shall try him again confident that the respect and esteem we feel today will be heightened in fullest measure. We say to him go again to the po9tof duty we have assigned you continue As faithful As you have been return to us with duty As Well done and we wiil bless you even More abundantly. When the order for the presenta a forty six successful applicants for 8eoond Aud third Grade certificates appeared at the recent teachers examination at Hartford thirty one Young ladies and fifteen Young gentlemen. We fail to recognize any of the 1 Istas belonging to this Vicinity. A a state teachers Institute for Allegan county will be held at Allegan commencing monday july 18, and closing Friday August 12. Tuition is free. An outline of the work May be secured by writing to school commissioner j. W. Humphrey. A the manner in which the packing is done often controls the Price at which really Choice fruit will sell. This is particularly the Case with so Juicy Aud tender skinned fruit As the Pear. A Little bruising will often Cut Down the Price of pears one half. When ode hag really Fine Bartlett Anions and other Choice Pearl of Large size it is Worth the while to to take some care to get them into the Market in As Fine shape As possible. To this end it is often advisable to follow the fashion of those who Send Choice Orange to Market wrapping each specimen of fruit in tissue paper. This work is usually done by machinery but after a Little practice one can cover them quite rapidly by Judd Farmer a Chicago boa6tfcl As she is Aud not without Good reason too sinks into the merest insignificance when her Steamboat pas6euger Tiafilo is compared with that of Detroit. A Telegram from Chicago gives in glowing terms the expectations of the passenger travel by boat in Aud out of that City during the season of 1898 and the dispatch concludes with the following a a the scene was the most animated Ever witnessed at the month of the River. It Marks the remarkable development of Lake passenger traffic out of Chicago this season. If All goes Well it is estimated half a million passengers will be carried during summer by the various that certainly appears like a big business but when compared with last traffic in and out of de troit it can hardly be considered. The passenger boats out of Detroit in 1897, carried 5,303,118 persons or Over ten times As Many expected by Chicago this season and our own prospects for 1898 look far More Brilliant than those of last journal. A Buffalo Bill a wild West and Congress of rough riders of the world will exhibit at Kalamazoo on Friday july 22d, for the above of. Casion the Michigan Central will Sel. Tickets for one first class fare for the round trip plus fifty cents for admission tickets sold july 22d, Good to return on first train in Forenoon of july 23d. A the sunday school convention of the townships of Casco Clyde Ganges and Lee was held in the Ganges m. E. Church wednesday. W. A. Sweeney was the president and w. Mccarty Secretary. The morning session opened with devotional exercises conducted by Rey. A. Griffith followed by reports of Field secretaries w d. My a Ernest Mcdowell is still with the Cleveland transportation company in whose employ he has been for the past three years being now with the Steamer state of Ohio on the St. Joseph and Chicago route. By the Way we understand the charter of the Ohio �9 by Graham amp Morton for five months at the rate of $5000 per month and no freight to be carried. It is presumed the recent establishing of a Michigan City line will poll quite a Little from the St. Joseph sunday excursion business. A it the commencement exercises at Nazareth College if Kalamazoo Tion of candidates for Congress was Carty add mrs Cecil Paquin every called the counties that made any sunday school in the four townships expressions were in favor of the re ba9 Brea visited by the secretaries nomination of or. Hamilton and on has been during the Quarter sixteen schools the there Are now motion the rules wore suspended and by teen schools in the four towns the Secretary was instructed to cast a Bree having been added during the the ballot of the convention for Hon. Quarter. Total membership 1,564 Edward l. Hamilton the convention collected for missions $23.95 total endorsing the action by a rising vote collection $110.81 expended $103-a committee was then appointed 0. There were 38 conversions Dor to notify or. Hamilton of the action a a do the Quarter. The a report were and upon their return he was Intro a encouraging Aud greatly enjoyed by diced and gave his friends on inter Esting talk regarding the past present dinner was served in the Chapel and future of the party whose Princi i the ladies Aid a a members of the Plaatji in Tor the second time chosen a Burn a were untiring in their efforts As the congressional representative. A peb6e an entertain the visitors. The musical intersperse Ioas on the the afternoon session was opened streets Aud in the opera Boose wore paging led by Rev. F. S. Rock by the glee club Aud band from the we prayer by Rev. C b. Hart City of Niles. A amp followed by an interesting paper the convention was the occasion b. A Barber of Fennville of the assembling of a number of the a subject a a the successful primary working republicans of the District she also gave illustrations outside the delegations and a pleas j showing the Progress of creation with ant Republican re Union resulted in addition to the performance of the duties for which the convention had been called. A we guess the apologist has dropped its Semi weekly Issue. A Glen Watkins son of Frank Watkns of Geneva is now a member of company l of the 82d Michigan infantry. He was attending school at Birmingham near he enlisted. A Vaughn Wales one of the prominent readers and elocution its of Chicago is with her family enjoying an Outing at cold Springs resort. Her engagement recently closed consisted of a season of four months at $50 per night. A in Covert township two Miles South of the Village Friday afternoon of last week the House of burned to the ground the report being that nothing of importance was Sayed but the piano and one bed the instrument being quite a Little racked and demolished in its Hasty removal. Michigan Central War 25 cents for fifteen Large pages of six coloured authentic maps of All countries of the world with marginal indices statistical notes and supplementary Sheet showing in colors the flags of All nations. The Sist War Atis published. $4 Worth maps for 25 cents. They can be obtained at the Michigan Central ticket office. A miss Jessie Eaton and miss Elsie Dean Are Home for their vacation from their duties As teachers in the Northern country. The former has been at West Superior and returns there in september for her sixth year while the latter has been the past year at Sault Ste Marie but goes for the coming year to traverse City. A our understanding was Rey a a. Waterman had brought a suit in the sum of $15,000 against one of the railroads in Chicago for injuries received at the Millard Avenue crossing but a dispatch is that he recovered $20,000, has obtained a leave of absence for one year and will go to Southern California for a rest. A Willard Rice of Bravo was Here a few Days ago to have his right hand dressed for a Peculiar though not uncommon affliction. A week or so before that he had scratched it with a Rusty Nail not enough to draw blood and yet blood poisoning had set in Aud the baud had swollen and become so painful he had to give up the use of it a a writer in the Detroit news stigmatized the methods used by the state superintendent of Public instruction in conducting teachers examinations As ridiculous. He says some of the questions Are but Mere a Cut ebb questions that the most Learned might not to Able to answer and j Luves you mr�3 others Are of an impracticable nature Mes 7 Steamer at an do not give real tests of the teachers efficiency Eyen when they Are properly answered. A Michigan has already disposed of $400,000 of War Bonds and if a third Call for troops is made the oth we i i a a it thu 3 i Rife a l. H. Bailey it is still with his a As one of the republicans of family at Munich in Bavaria but the Cass county present at the Couyres intention now is Fot them to leave signal convention tuesday at Paw London the 18th of August on their Paw we met Guy Lockwood now return to America. Postmaster at Marcellus but a former a will. H. House bad the thumb Cosert boy a son of Chas. Lockwood still of that township and three fingers of one of his hands considerably mangled while at work in the fruit package factory Friday of last week. The Carriage of the saw bound and in pushing it Back the Bolt slowed and threw his hand against the saw. A Fred Brown is around with his hand done up in a doth suffering with a Felon. Written out in full the a monday of last week the Sisters of joure9 he a ha3 had prescribed for that ,7report of his own awarded to Mies Josie Lee had would fill a t0un.e, full sym path cannot be expressed Oyer such an infliction except by those who have similarly suffered. A the Wood Brothers have established a milk route in the Village and gift incl desire to furnish you what milk you need either morning or evening at your door. M a John Mccabe the father of mrs. Banks the first prize in guitar first prize in Domestic Economy and second prize in geography. Miss Nellie Grant Banks was awarded first prize in mandolin and second prize in language catechism and arithmetic. During their vacation the successful girls will remain with their father capt w. H. S. Banks on his farm near grand Junction and As they Are warblers they will undoubtedly add much to the charms of their Home with song and Harp until they return to Nazareth in september. A you done to have to worry about the South Haven Sentinel. It is always loaded a a Lansing dispatch of the next Day after the recent Republican county convention at this port is there was great Joy in the hearts of the Pingree ites hereabouts thursday due to the news received from Allegan Van Buren and Monroe counties state Oil inspector Smith states that the administration captured the solid senatorial delegation in Van Buren thus practically assuring an acceptable senator from the District now rep1 resented by senator Merriman who fought Pingree a tax Bill so hard. Smith also reports that the delegation to the state convention stands sixteen for Pingree to one against. A in the Dowagiac Republican we find the Republican is in receipt of an announcement from the management of the South Haven amp Eastern r. R., stating that Liae will run an excursion a a connection with the Williams line of steamers to Chicago saturday evening july 2d. Trains will leave Lawton at Niue of clock saturday evening stopping at All intermediate stations arriving at South Haven at ii and at Chicago at 5 30 the next morning. Three Days Are Given in Chicago if desired fare for round trip Only one Dollar. Ibis rail Ami 150 exceedingly Low rate and a Vinit a a one of the most attractive Crucs of the world. Wanted. A a position As housekeeper in a Small family. Have a 18-year old daughter to accompany the a up cant. Address i yrs. Y.,general delivery South Javen. A if the person who sent the condensed report of the recent Republican county convention held Here to the Kalamazoo Teleg apr will come in our office and own tip that he wrote free will and Accord that he was comparatively sober when he wrote it. Aad that it was published just As he wrote it we will make him a present of a years subscription to the South Haven that we Are head quarters for a last year an important Industry in the southwestern portion of Tia state was the catching of turtles committed suicide thursday afternoon of last Yeek. He swallowed a Quantity three teaspoonful of Paris Green about three of clock and Theu notified his daughter but in spite of All that could be done in his behalf he died some five hours later. He was 72 years 5 months and 23 Days of age. A Vav. E. Andrus has scene interesting War and other Felica in the window of his paint shop on the East Side of the Ravine. Among the collection Are several books one of them a a evidences of revealed religion a be j ing printed by the Mendon Assoc a j Tion in 1798,a work that would Bard James Russell of Covert township the Small lakes and sending them to Chicago where a food Price was realized the sup july was about1 in Gold Silver or Nickel. We carry a full line of these goods constantly and the Low prices we make keep them move ing continually. See us for Fine watches. Was cleaned out and the result is apparent this year. The water in the lakes is now extremely foul de to the exterminating of tote turtles which Are natural scavenger eating All the dead fish and animal matter in the water and in that Way keeping it pure the legislature will be asked next year to make the killing of turtles in Inland Waters unlawful to present a recurrence of the present St the of affairs. Postmaster Smith of this port found a Small Turtle the first of the week carefully of a pred in paper Aud trying to make its Way through the mails. The sender is hereby no in it. Tall the jeweler. ? i v by be expected to emanate from the that the govern intent does not general run of Assouta Fco on a Hundred. To years later than that Date. Others of the books were printed Back in 1813, 1814 and like Early dates Ltd m m m me r if going you can l All kinds of school of voice and who have not yet received circulars of summer school will be supplied by sending address or calling at his res or $109,000 of the amount authorized Tidence 312 Eagle Street. All info by the legislature May be placed on a Matin cheerfully furnished. Open a following an attempted Holdup of Delbert h. Hoover a Lake Shore agent Early monday night in the Railroad Yards Between South Bend and Elkhart in which Frank Monroe a tramp Una fatally shot a raid was made by officers to Clear the Yards of the score or More of tramps. In the fight which ensued patrolman John Robbins was shot Bat not fatally police sergeant Henderson of Elkhart was also wounded and a tramp carrying several letters addressed to James Prescott at South Haven received a Bullet in the Abdomen which caused death. Monroe claimed first to have been shot while Riding a Box car from Elkhart to Sturgis. None of the South Haven poet office officials remember of Ever having a put Ron by the name of James Prescott and those letters must have been obtained at some other South which there Are four or five scattered throughout the lessons for children aided by the Sand map. A a is the Home department of s. S. Work practical in the Rural districts a was the subject Given Edward Hutchins of Ganges. His very Able paper gave evidence of thought and thorough preparation. It was greatly appreciated. The president led in the discussion of this paper. The subject is the conversion of the Pupil the chief Mission of s. S. Work a was presented by miss Mabel 1 Funk of Casco. Sew As listened to with rapt interest and greatly enjoyed by All. Discussion was led by William d. Hall. A sunday school generalship was to Subj Fet introduced by Rev. B. F. Brinkman. All enjoyed his address. The discussion was led by Rev. Griffith. The evening session opened with a song service followed by to address by judge j. Ii. Dacia of Kalamazoo subject a a improvements in sunday school methods a his Happy style in the Clear presentation of truth was greatly appreciated by a Large audience the whole convention was a great Fen Avi lie Herald the Market. If Tley Are there will be no difficulty about disposing of them readily As state treasurer steel has subscriptions for More Tau $500-000 that he has been unable to fill. It is to the credit of the people of Michigan that every dollars Worth of Bonds thus far allotted have been secured by residents of the state and it will not be necessary to go outside the state to find purchasers for All that May hereafter be offered. A the speech of father Abraham in the last number of poor Richards almanac published by Benjamin Franklin in 1757, a a contains the Wisdom of Many Ages and nations assembled and formed into one connected when first published it attracted worldwide attention and j was copied in All of the newspapers i of America and England Aud translated into Many foreign languages. Would you not like to read it get a copy free of charge at Yan Ostrand pharmacy. A just exactly w by the Republican county convention ignored the recognition of the services of senator Geo. W. Merriman in the offering of their re6olutious, is More than we can understand. We know we speak the sentiments of hundreds of Earnest republicans when we say senator Mer Riman has looked after the interests of this and Allegan counties As Well As any of his predecessors and he is entitled to a full compliment of credit and the thanks of the people generally. This omission certainly could j total of 2846 not have been on ing concert wednesday evening july 6th, at the m. E. Church admission free. A Rev. Washington pardner of Albion the present Secretary of state is the Republican Notni Nector Congress in the third District. At the nominating Couve ution at Kalamazoo three Hundred Aud thirty three ballots were Takon before a Choice was made the Kalamazoo aspirant in the contest being their state senator h. B. Colman who delivers the address at this port monday. Quite a division in the party in his county prevented him from having a solid Dele gation but what backers he had voted for him on the last ballot the same As on the first. That District is now represented by a Democrat but the pledges from Calhoun county Are that or. Gardner will redeem it. A the Standard Oil people have Long a monopolized Petroleum. For the a amp to five years they have been prominent in Iron Ore Quot More prominent with each year. For the first time they have now become identified with Copper the details just being made Public Nathan f. Leopold a Well known Steamboat Man in Chicago has for years been engaged tying up property in the Lake Superior Pepper District. The cat was let out out of the bag a few Days ago by the organization in Boston of the acadian copy a or company. The Complete property As organized comprises the acres within its limits m w m it a m j take the risk of transporting live j 19tmk As mail a. \ s to build ? s notice. A to Batik customers la i and others a your attention is re no y a a a a win. Hill has go acres three spec fully called to the following sex of a i and three fourths Miles East of South tracts from the Reemie Law of 1898, if Quot a Haven that he will Trade for less which goes into effect from and after land nearer the Village or for Village july 1st Var Revenue Stamps a m property. Ten acres of gooseberries that on and after the first Day of and currants 700 peach Trees 96 july eighteen Hundred and ninety Cherry Trees some pears and other eight that if any person or persons fruits. 43 j shall make sign or is Eue or cause to be made signed or issued any in b. W. Rica by Secretary of time str ment document of paper of any committee sends the following ref kind or de i option whatsoever with quest will you through the columns out the sani9 being duly stamped for of your paper notify the wheelman denoting Tho tax hereby imposed. Thereon or without having thereupon of your that m add to on to and 8t my to Deuce Saiu tax it a a Ivra in the regular fourth of july feat Lvi Tiee such person or Persona shall be deem a Hui a Vui o a this year there will be a grand Ricy de guilty of a Misdemeanour and upon Cle carnival held in St. Joseph on Couff a Tion thereof shall pay a Fine of that Day in Celebration of Tho Corn but a More than one buried dollars at. ,.the discretion of the a fort. An i such Cletion of the seven mile bicycle path.,. J instrument Docu Niener or paper As to Stevensville and that an invitation j aforesaid shall not Bel competent Avis extended to All wheelman Aud their Tidence in any court. The person using or affixing a adhesive stamp shall write or stamp thereupon the initials of his Nanie and the Date upon Ffitch the same shall be attached or u4ed,so the same May not again be a Sec. A a yours respectfully first Stabe Bank citizens sir ate Bank. By the Aboye it will be noticed it is a Misdemeanour punishable by a builders Imp very cheap of friends in Michigan Wisconsin Indiana and Illinois to be present and participate in Theu Carval. By notifying pour readers As requested you will Confer a favor upon th9 people of St. Joseph. A Good and healthy girls Are almost always cheerful. No novelist would consider his Youthful heroine of m m m pm t Nix St. South Haven. Saw a Complete if a a a ringing laugh were omitted from the list of her charms and in real life the girls who do not j laugh no Wand then Are Seldom liked by their companions. Even Beauty will not save them. A Belle who fails i to understand the jest of her Admir ers and smiles in amiable bewilderment while other people Are laugh j ing is soon left with no Consolation save to wonder what anybody can see a in her rival a girl with a tip tilted nose perhaps and a Laige Mouth and freckles but the Happy possessor of a pair of merry eyes and a cheerful mind. The gift of Gayety is indeed of great value but it must be Gayety which originates in a kind and cheery heart not that which is bom of Mere excitement or gratified vanity. A if you hate Home or anything to sell Yon can say so to purchasers through the Sentinel. A such scenes As the following Are still fresh in the minds of the fathers of the present generation of the sons of veterans. is presumed file for Banks to pay items not properly stamped notice. I a a a to a real estate a wanted. I a we have several clients wanting i South Haven property fruit lands especially. F. P. Snell in it e. E. Downing. 614 Unity building a 79 Dearborn St. Chicago 111. H. A. Williams transportation line South a yen and Chicago. Docks Baj complaints the old Veteran says that he has been All through it himself. Letters received from members of the sons of veterans company in the 34th Michigan volunteers show that they had experiences that tried their Pluck and endurance just before they sailed Tor Santiago de Cuba. The sons of veterans Are in the first battalion of the 84th, which sailed on the Yale account of any of being the Huron Keary age Isle Roy bile the other two battalions went later on the Harvard. Just after receiving their new shoes the regiment made a forced March from Camp Al Ger to the River twelve Miles away with the intention of having a Good 6vvim. Just As they reached the River orders were received to Start for new. Port news and they marched Back to Camp without having touched the water. They reached Camp late at of Jane a. D., 189s. Isaac b. Bagler complainant a Luc e Lay defendant. In this Cau a 5t appear at Fimi an affidavit on a be that the defendant Lucy it. Baglay is not a a i a i. Resident of Tai state Bat Isa re ident of the state v in answering the son s Bill of of Nebraska. On motion of con Piaia amp it a solicitor it is ordered that the appearance of the said non resident defendant Lacy m. Begiev be entered herein within Loar Niotis from the Date of this order and m Case of her appearance she Cante her answer to the Bill of complaint to to sled Aad a copy thereof to he red on complainant s solicitor within Twenty Dye after service ins her of a copy of said and net ice of ibis order and in said Hill will be taken us confessed by the said non Relief cent defendant. And it la further ordered. Tuat within Twenty Days the complainant canse a riot ice of this order to be Pabalis bad in the South if then a Stinel a newspaper printed Pabli Ahod adult a circulating in county and that said Punk chancery notice state of Mici Tiuan. J oomph nyx so South Haven ninth judicial circuit in chancery. Unit Pend ing in the circuit court for Ytse county of Van f. Pnar-,t1 Rizir % v,tn7v v.7 it p., u Buren. In chancery at Taw Faw. On the both Day a88enger by Kush Street Chicago freight of Connery a foot of Mich Igan Street Chicago. A f /cohhfcctiokj5 % boats arrive and depart at South Haven in connection with All trains on the m. C. R., Ang the s. H. Amp e. Said Truje Indue. Leave South Haven daily exposition the senator had to governor Pingree for that convention sat under the management As temporal y chairman Aud through the Gall of his chief executive permanent chairman of the person who went up and Down the streets of this Village with the heaviest stomach ache Over the Nom Inatio of governor Pingree who declared on More than one occasion that he had been disfranchised by the nomination of governor Pingree who Laboured wherever his Mouth word be listened to against the Best inter eats of the Republican party. Again we say the party should be careful about ignoring such men As senator Al and other Well known Michigan Copper lodes in which half a dozen of the great mines of that District Are opened. A people troubled with diarrhoea will be interested in the experience of Vav. Bosh clerk of hotel Dor race Providence a. I. He says a a for several years i have been almost a constant sufferer from diarrhoea the frequent attacks completely Prostran Monty and that Taid Pun Cati i Baco Tiu j Oca to vein once in each Waak for i works Ina. A. A Sacco Salon or that be cause a soapy of thin order la cent Atli relays at u x A amp by personally served on said n tic rce Deni Detell 1 ant at least Twenty Days before Tea Lime pc scribed Tor her . .80. circuit judge. A l. Doctrow solicitor of came a ainu int. Bani need Andreea Decatur Michigan. I a Ting me and rendering me unfit for j foot sore and weary most of my duties at this hotel. About two their feet being blistered and Early years ago a travelling Salesman kindly j the next morning took the cars for or amp Deiatra remedy. Much to my Surprise and 8 before boarding a boat to go Delight Ita Eft feet were immediate., Down Tho River. The boat was crowd whenever i Felt symptoms of thedis de below the Captain was an unfree Merriman with one hand and with. Mae 1 would fortify myself Guinet inti important personage. Rented to Ilia ill. A l ill Mari of i of k 011 h a a Luv in you a f Itilia the other posting into Public recon Sittou instances where even a half holding of the party note goes with the Honor. Theattice with a us doses of this. T valuable remedy. The result has a a a we or 0,1 the a her Deek cd been a Ery satisfactory and almost a n 1of Beai he to on Thair Complete Relief from the wre feet during the entire trip o of a Sale at Van Ostrande a pharmacy.1 Ltd a it hours Well join the Cro a that every Day patronize the bakery and restaurant 4 Hempstead Bros old stand open at All hours. Henning son 4fltf. Proprietors. Leave Chicago every monday wednesday and Friday Alt 9 30 a. M., and every tuesday thursday and saturday at 11 30 No. Fare 50 cents a Wheeler Wilson 51 rotary motion and Ball bearings easy running quiet rapid a and durable. You Are cordially invited to Call and Bee these popular machines whether you Purchase or not. Mrs. N. Mckenzie 123 Erie St., by go and a half from we. A tic

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