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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 21, 1898, South Haven, MichiganA Sentinel m Fer saturday by w. E. Stewart a Oli proprietor m m a a a a since ib68. _ South Haven Michigan. Subscription $1.50 a year amp so Quot to a the for whom we mourn May 21 1898 a mias Katheryne Mcewing and her a Haas Ara to give a musical recital at Tbs Enterprise club rooms the coming Friday evening to assisted by others. A ascension Day is recognized by Ike German lutherans As a Christian Holiday which accounts for Many of them from the neighbouring country being seen on our streets thursday. A miss Roee Mott went yesterday to Coloma to attend commencement exercises to be accompanied Home the Lortt of the week by one of the graduates miss Katie Hamilton. and after june 1st, 1898, the dog ordinance passed May 7th,1894, will be enforced. Procure your License and tag before the above Date of the Village clerk. Gleason marshal a Jesee Good Rode has started a meat Market on main Street on the North aide of the River and the understanding is that War prices will not strike beef while it is in trait from Chicago Here. A George Bixler died wednesday at the Home of his son f. A. Fixler on Conger Street aged 89 years the 22d of last month. He leaves a wife live sons and a daughter All grown the latter being mrs. J. O. Bryant of Chicago. A monday May 80th, the Michigan Central railway will sell tickets to Kalamazoo and return at 80 cents for adults and 40 cents for children n account of memorial exercises at hat place. A the second annual recital of mra. G. A. Mcallister will be held at the opera Bouse wednesday evening on which occasion that lady will be assisted by her Delsarte class Means orchestra the lady Aad male qua tettes the Cecilian Trio and soloists and musicians. A miss Rosa Rock endorser of Allegan sued jahq.0. Andreas a South Bead wholesale grocer $10,001 damages for breach of Promise and in the circuit court at the Bend was awarded $450. A verdict for such a Small amount would be considered extra poor picking for the Michigan lawyers who go around Hunting up Buzzard cases on shares. A families desiring fresh fish can get them at any time ready for apr pan of Mel Rowland at the fish House first West of the Packard lumber Yard a the 28th annual meeting of the Van Buren county Pioneer association will he Bald at Bangor wednesday june 8th business meeting at 10 o clock and Basket Picazio dinner from 12 to 1. An interesting programme has been prepared and the people of Bangor will leave nothing Undene toward making the meeting successful. A . Frew died monday at his Home South of the Law school House aged 53 years. The remains were taken by mrs. Frew and her son and daughter to Cleveland for burial. The son and daughter were neither of them Here until after the death of the father the former being at Columbus Ohio while the daughter was on her Way from Berlin Germany where she had completed her musical course after graduating from the Boston conservatory of music. A a report is that if Michigan has s regiment at Island Lake equipped and organized in a few Days it is very Likely to be sent to Manila As Gen. Alger has decided that 5.000 regulars cannot be spared to go with Gen. Merritt. In their places he has decided to Send picked regiments from the Middle West and the Eastern states. The first selected was the tenth Pennsylvania. New York and Ohio will get one each and Michigan also if ready in a few Days. A h. G. Clark of South Bend the brother of mrs. Stewart of Thistle Quot Hill had been a sufferer with heart disease his Young Man son Rowland booming with him tuesday night of last week both going to sleep after Midnight. In the Early morning his daughter Nellie awoke her brother and found the lather bad ceased to breathe dying As Bis Mother hoc Acme years ago. He leaves a widow three tons and six daughters la married but the two named above dad All present at be funeral which was at Nabea the City in which he a bom february 10th, 1886. For a House and lot on Huron Street. Good 24x24 barn Well Cistern water works cellar Etc title Clear. No encumbrances. Time Given on a portion of the Purchase Money. Inqui eat Thistle Hill. As near As can be ascertained for this Issue the following is a Correct Lisi of the soldiers buried in the Lake View cemetery with their regiment and the Date of their death. Some of their records Are incomplete and we Hope the friends who can will bid us with the lacking information so we can use it in the near future. If the state is not mentioned Michigan is understood Joeph Anderson chaplain 3d inf april 1 82. To Allen 3d Ohio Cav Al 17 �?T88. W b Anderson Dales ind Lett of Peon Cav March 24 96 Isaac Andrews 89th 111 inf May 10 64. Jas t Avery 52d mass inf and 2d Maas it Art Jan 27 96. Sam Bagnall Henry w Bishop 22d inf feb 11 97. J Black George Bigelow James Bridges 3d Cav mar 3 �?T72 e d Beebe 19th inf March 26 91. Chester Abner Cross 1st Cav Isaac Dickerson 1st u s Cav Al 8 w b h Dyckman 3d Cav nov 19 90 m j Dickinson 2d Cav feb 26 �?T85 Joseph Dow or 3d Cav May 1 �?T62 de e Dele 81 Yvis inf july 13 84 Conrad Emmel ship Niagara May 1 96 w d Fairlee 5th n y eng Al 26 88 Milford d Grimes 66th Illus 27 96 j r Giswold 16th inf vols March a or. E. E. Brunson of Ganges was elected one of the vice presidents of the Michigan Eclectic medical and surgical society at its session last week at grand rapids. A of the seventy six real estate transfers reported at the county seat for last week thirteen of them or Over one sixth Are in South Haven while Covert and Geneva each add four making Twenty one or nearly a third of the whole for Down Here in the Corner. A mrs. B. D. Seeley has bought the Quot lot on the Southeast Corner of Paw Paw and Erie streets paying for it $500, and has also bought the lot adjoining it on the East for $335. For the Sellers that is one of the Best real estate transact tis we have Beard of inside the Village in a Long time and must have been just what the buyer wanted to bring that Price they Are vacant lots each 50xl0c feet in size. A a Glenn correspondent says m several parties have been talking of new resorting places to be started Between Glenn and South Haven the alumni of the South Haven High school Are requested to be present at a meeting to be held in the school House monday afternoon next at 4 of clock for the purpose of taking action concerning the approaching commencement exercises. The citizens of Decatur at a meeting held a few evenings ago decided to celebrate the 4th of july. The annual meeting of the Van Buren county battalion will be held at that place the 4th and 5tb, and the citizens and the old soldiers intend to work together to give Decatur the biggest Celebration it Ever had. A last week we mentioned the falling dead in his Field of John Haines of Hawk Bead. The understand of is that a few months ago he took outran insurance policy on his life in which his age was Given at 59, while at his death the doctor gives the age at some months Over 61. As 60 is the age limit some complications May arise before the company will pay Oyer the amount the policy Calls for and it is Safe to pre a the 7 Mouths old son of Byron French of the life a Avion station died j sunday the remains being taken by Moma aged 23 year. E was e 0tbefs this Village Are i the parent8 to their former Home at played by the Goodrich Transporta-1 endear or no la get a a curfew Ordi. J or and Haten for Biml. Miss Floy Ludwig president Harry corten of grand rapids i where is my boy to night a fives notice that the members of tb0 died the 6th of this month of in i woman s Christian Temperance Tion company As Steward and was engaged to be married to mias Dellam. Covey of this township. A the number Eft children m the Corner of school age bet Ween five and Twenty years for which the primary amp cobol Money to the amount of fifty cents each is drawn is 465 for co Vert 488 for Geneva and 1323 for South Haven a gain of 41, 11 and 70 Over last year. The next township in Nance established which would be of j a ithe commencement exercises of untold Benefit to the children of a cla8b q lg98> of the South a. Rents who do not know or do not care High school will be held in the where those children Are evedd8s congregational Church Friday even in this connection we give the Fol a que the baccalaureate lowing from the Pon of Wilbur f. To be by Rev. Or. Perrin in crafts superintendent of the Reform gapti8t Church sunday eve Bureau at Washington the parents j Jne 5th the Claga a com in More than three Hundred towns posed of Harry barter Glynn Bixby. And cities in the United states moved i it Jour a yacht Charles Simpson Anc by More than three Hundred Trage May Austin Jennie Bug coming As there Isnit ,. Finer Point on the Lake Shore for the sume they will also arise before the summer resort people than within company refunds any of the Money eight or ten Miles both North and it received from him. South of this port the presumption is a business in the Allegan county a fair one that the next ten years will probate court has been increasing see an electric Railroad skirting the rapidly Bice judge Williams took Shore and a half a dozen Well Pat charge. Since january 1st there have ionized summer resorts along the line been 84 new cases commenced. In where there is now but one. March there were 2 it new cases be f e Titus barrister of Toron gun As against 15 in the same month june i to Ontario lectured wednesday eve of 1807. I bearing were made Ning in literary Hall his subject be while in March 1897 there were by ing theosophy the religion of Sci 02 321 papers were Issua lagest a n no vols March i the teachings of theosophy 209 in the corresponding time o Cha Grussinger d c vols March titu3claime a cd Vered the whole 1897. Judge Williams also has won. 1 m j my 148th n y inf july Range of human experience and gave a reputation for keeping Hie Wor a u Holcomb 14rtb it x Ini july b g i Trot in to a number of old 14 86 he it eve re truth die8 juvenile crime have recently i de Urac it Bilby Adrienne Leigh 90, then Bloomingdale 694, has i ordained acting co operatively thro i. Ena Pierce. Pear Ford with 685, Paw Paw 638, and so on less and less to Hamilton with 268, the total in the county being 9597, a gain of 313 Over last year. A Peter Kalle has % Quantity of ordained acting co operatively thro their town and City councils that their children shall come Home at night at the signal of Aso called curfew Bell which usually rings at eight o clock in Winter and nine in summer. Ton Ella Mackey Ella Pierce Pear Ripley Helene Beffer Pearl Vanauken and Jessie Vanauken. I five to eight Dol Lars you have an estate to Settle up in the townships Choice Alberta peach Trees for Sale at 1 of against the revival i of Ert. Geneva or South Haven Octh his Home on grand Avenue one Milel j. I i Crit to Lara South of the Village. A St to treasurer steel made an Eorms spoons and All needed articles for table use in Silver Ware of the highest Grade of the curfew As a return to Medie loan have from five to eight dollars or by caring to the office Vahrm show ignorance of history or i j of a a 11-ck of doer or the ancient curfew the receipts of Grain at Buffalo allotment of $los,000 of state War and Youmg alike. The monday were very Largo the total of loan Bonds tuesday which Are a 1 ha8 Only the poetic sunday and monday Bem More than that win be Issue Dat it. Al of be Gan eted do Bell three million bushels though there were bidders or a much modern u je6 of portion of the Grain that will Wear to the in trip Satis faction of the purchaser Call on a j Hawkins 14th inf Ang is John Heck 7th ind Cav Jas h Hess 3d Cav mar 28 64 hacking Jas Ireland 19th int sept 14 �?T85 a j Jordan-3d inf june 12 89 Martia Keihl Lewis Alanson Liscora dec 25 �?T80 a Mccombs John Murphy Daniel Moore Jan 17 �?T90 Henry Nolan 103d 111 inf dec 8 �?T88 a b Parker Powell Eli Perry i22d n y inf Charles Rowland Reeves Richard Rogers Jacob Rickley 47th wis inf aug 16 73 Louis Sharron 10th n y inf May 18 89 h m Townsend 3d Iowa inf a p Thomas 1st a s w s Thompson m Voorhees w t Vance 3d Cay March 13 �?T95 j g Van Dyke 3d Cav mar 11 90 g w Wightman u s Navy Chauncey Wheeler 2d Ohio Cay sept 27 96. If you can Complete any of the above records please do so. Touched elbows Over three years. Ike v-.1 us Lulu i a a a 1---o 1. ,. 1 a reasonable explanation of every right up to Date and a number of o fact which came within our observe cases have been closed up that were Tion. The lecture took up the Scien dragging along from year to Quoter a Trifie of things As sub Fennville Herald stance Force and consciousness and a a mass convention of the pro i shewed the Unity of each of these bit Ion party of Van Burderi county in the recent experiments of Testa and called to meet at the court House in others were described demonstrating raw Paw tuesday next at 2 of clock that it was possible to Telegraph and for the purpose of appointing Dele Telephone without wires and to Gen Gates to the state convention to be Erate a Brilliant electric Light trans held at Lansing August 23d, All pitting the electric Energy through who have formerly acted with this or the human body. This Phenomena a animation and All other friends of was explained As being due to the probation without regard to past use of the eth Eric substance. Many party affiliations Are cordially invited other interesting facts were mention to co operate with the prohibition de the object of the lecture being to party of this county and state and show that the universe As a whole is to participate in the county and state m manifested divine being and conventions. State chairman Fred comprising everything within it. Or. Britten will be present and and Titus is an extremely interesting dre38 this county convention speaker. He makes no attempt for oratorical effect but endeavours Appa Rentle to make Scienta fic facts and App Iii of i modern curfew has Only the poetic sunday and monday being More than. A Large pro. A a i 4k.traflsll ia8>v�n object to the modern uses of i portion of to Neghiu received there larger Quantity of Bonds the reas be was wheat much of it being owned v i cause the words in medieval times by Leiter. The cargo brought in by blocks and Gire Sreiy one a Chance those who Are that the Steamer . Doty no doubt rep so far at possible. To the end to 8hould regulate this matter resented the largest profit Ever made made an allotment of 10 per cent of f Momeni a but the co on a single shipload of Grain on the the Bonds tb086 a Daft Active not of parents who need to lakes. It consisted of 95,000 bushels Vidala wanting $o0,000 or Over. To up a a to Plages of wheat. U was bought at Duluth nowhere can curfew be established by Leiter for 07 cents a Bushel and except at the request of parents exp shipped from that port direct to but pressed in ballots and petitions. The Falo and it is understood that he relay no More interferes with parental Cei Ved $1.87 a Bushel for the cargo rights and personal Liberty than the a profit of $1.20 per Bushel or a Kindred Laws on compulsory Educa Gross profit of $114,000 on the entire Tion and child labor now fully Stab consignment. There is no Law against listed in the most enlightened com a Man buying wheat or anything else Mon wealth. The school and the when it is Worth 67-cents a Bushel curfew Bell Are equally justified As and Selling it when it is Worth $1.87. Necessary safeguards of Public morals and prospective citizenship. Laws forbidding the Salo of liquors and to Bocco and corrupt literature to minors have Long since illustrated the duty of the state to protect immature Wrt. Tall. The jeweler. Our goods Are As represented. Guaranteed to be the following is the list of so old ers in this Vicinity so far As can be ascertained for this Issue who were in the service three years or Over with the number of months they served. If any Are omitted who belong Here we ask them to notify us. Where the state is omitted Michigan is understood Marshall Bugden 44tb ind inf 49 figures so Plain that every one can grasp the idea. To night at eight of clock he will lecture in the Parlours of mrs. E. J. Reed on Broadway his subject to be a a theosophy and Chris to Morrow at 10 30 a. M he will lecture at Maccabee Hall with a a theosophy the religion of Justice. A for his subject. All meetings Are free an the Public Are cordially invited. The sunday lecture will Deal with one o the most interesting of the Sophic teachings. A about As common an expression As is heard on the streets nowadays is i saw it in the Geo l Bliss 66th 111 w s h d a Beebe 56 111 inf and 19th Mich inf c t Bryant 71st Ohio inf w s Bradley 110th n y inf r m Beetley 47th ind inf h s Bennett 13th n y inf Jay Cady 4th via it Art a h Cook 1st Cav Henry Chatfield 3d Cay o f Dean 2d n y heavy Art o a Dean 75th n y inf h j Dodge 33d wis inf j 8 Donahue 8th inf a w earl3 13th inf d f Feegles 10th wis inf f b Hill 5th Cav Isaac d Harrison 12th inf s f Hill 18th inf d w Hulbert 4th wis Cav and com depot j s Hicks 15th n y Cav j h holds Worth 4th Cav a b Hotchkiss 24th Iowa Oak Rich a Hill 103d n y of l k Jillson 12th inf e g Lyman 9th inf 45 45 43 36 37 42 80 36 46 30 39 37 39 42 38 45 53 40 60 52 37 36 37 58 48 John Ludwig mus 3 div 4 a c 45 Martin Miner 1st inf 41 w h Mead 13th and 3d inf 41 Gilbert Mitchell 2d Cav 52 James Martin 11th inf 37 m c Mott 7th inf 30 John Orford 7th car 40 j k Plummer 8th Maine inf nod 2d Cav 41 Warren Pratt 18th inf 45 de h Rice 12th inf 51 Jas w Spencer 106th Penn inf 39 w e Stewart 12tb in 53 James h Smith 66th 111 inf 46 Geo h Smith 6th inf 52 Geo g Spicer 42d 111 inf 52 Geo w Squier 44th Lud inf 46 w h Skinner 8ib ind inf 48 a r. H. Tripp has an interesting letter from san Jose California the Home of that wide awake business Man Ambrose Hale in the Kalamazoo Telegraph and with other things he says i have often thought when travelling Over the Dusty roads of Michigan especially in Kalamazoo a splendid thing it would be to have country roads sprinkled to have the a a dust but i had to come to California to 6ee such a thing actually done. In this Santa Clara county of which this Beautiful City san Jose is the capital we have eight undid Miles of country roads sprinkled. Scores of sprinkling wagons such As our friends the in Ood hams run traverse the roads Day after Day in the Early morning scatter ing the Aqua Mirabilio on the Dusty Raife. The work is done Early in the morning so that the water has Chance to soak in a Little before it is absorb by the son Whiteb would be the Case in tiie heat of the Day. Then there Are water tanks and drinking trough every few Miles the tanks to fill the sprinkling wagons the troughs for horses As they travel the roads. These tanks Are filled from pipes conveyed from the Moil Tain reservoirs. Now that your City has not voted the Bonds improvements would it Dot be Well for the country to adopt this plan and thereby bless both Man and beast the 11 san Joee scale is a Misnomer. The insect is not a native of Sao Jose at All but was an importation from Europe in fruits which were bought Over Here. Tea insect lived and attached itself to the fruit Trees in this Section at first and has now spread to a greater or Lees extent Over different parts of the state and country. A a curious mix up in the Grain Trade occurred last saturday in Chica go Over a cargo of wheat which the Steamer Ionia brought Down from Manitowoc for the Northern Grain company. The Grain had been sold to Leiter but when it came to delivering it 25, xxx by hols were rejected As not being up to Grade. The bal auce of 35,000 bushels was accepted. What to do with the 25,000 bushels on Board the Steamer was the ques Tion. It was finally decided to take it Back to Manitowoc and unload it to the elevator there. When the Grain is out of the Ionia another cargo will be loaded and brought Down the Steamer getting freight for both ways. A Remenyi who has held Royalty enchanted and enthralled fashionable audiences All Over the world fell dead sunday afternoon in the Orphe us theater in san Francisco. It was his first appearance on the Vandeville stage. As the great artist appeared and was greeted with tumultuous applause he bowed his acknowledgement and seemed immensely pleased at the reception Given him. He bad played two or three classical pieces and had answered to an encore with the most familiar old glory playing As though inspired. It seemed As if he knew this was to be the culmination of Bis career and he had determined his final appearance should Mark his Grey test Triumph. He Rose to the occasion magnificently and his three thousand auditors As he nearer the Climax literally Rose with Hin it of leaving their seats in their excite ment completely carried away by Lis achievement. When the music ceased the House was swept by a wild Tor rent of bravos. The applause was almost deafening and continued for several minutes. Remenyi and his those applying for Over $2500 and Lees than $50,000, Tho allotment was 20 per cent of the amount applied for while applicants for less Baa $2500 received the full amount of their application. A several of the members of the Eastern Star degree of masons made the drive monday afternoon to Saugatuck returning towards morning their object being to visit their sister Lodge see the degree work and partake of one of those elegant and substantial suppers the Saugatuck ladies always have in waiting for their visiting friends. The party consisted of mrs. C. P. Ludwig worthy Matron Milford t. French worthy Patron c w. And mrs. Williams w. F and mrs. Merrill e. S. And mrs. Dyckman Byron e. And mrs. Rockwell Frank and mrs. Emeterio . Edge won mrs. C. H. Fletcher mrs w. W. Hodge mrs. David Reid mrs Fred Stanton mrs. T. M. Tracy and miss Smithers. A monday morning witnessed the first actual warlike demonstrations made at this port during the presen Spanish siesta. Over the narrow gauge Road to take the Central Here r u going probate order. �?�8 state of Michigan t county of Van Byren notice la Oer Ehy Given Ahat by an order of the Probas Coart Turco Anlo of Van in the 16th Day of May. A. A1�97. Six months from that Date were allowed Tor credit or a their claims again Althe estate of Bettuo l. Lynderman late of said of Nenty deceased and an to build umber Ruby Isaic i Boiu v a t youth. Gladstone a great re it is the chief purpose of Law to make a a a cd. It As hard As possible to do wrong and As easy As possible to do right Pietr Cito no a a rum a Bate Fullre in the Vil Aje of Paw Paw formation and Ato sauce on or he la re the 21ft Day or it As hard As possible to do wrong Nove so Mandan the21atday of november taxi at ten o clock in Tea for Toon of each of Tbone applies permanently to Laws for the g James h. Johnson judge prolate. For Island Lake the e they were As Protection of minors. No intelligent View of personal Liberty justifies turn aug infants Loose to play with Poison and razors. The most inspiring watchword of Reform is a a give the boys a they have no Chance if left upon the streets at night. All the doleful prophecies of what Tho Law could or could net do have been an swered by ten years of history. The Ere As-1 0 of the cities which have re rented these shallow objection do you know that Webster the photographer is All right and doing very Fine 1 ejected these shallow objections and Vork. ? m m m m m m m m m m a m m m i hardware a very cheap of # if soft you can buy j All kinds of builders tried the curfew is uniformly Favora ble. The Law has not destroyed civil Liberty nor promoted communism it has not proved to be incapable not even difficult of enforcement but has been Well observed. It has decreased juvenile crime and vice. It has checked the alarming growth of Hood Lumiss. A chief of police who of them Success in their undertaking. A Beruard Rice concert pianist of Leipsic and Berlin Germany late of new York City is open for concert engagements and recitals and will also take a limited number of pupils beginners and advanced during the coming summer months. For terms and dates and further particulars address in care of s. E. Combs. Scrod a Cnance to join a com a sons of veterans and soon go South came Frank Rawson de Brooks Jim Crego and John Griffin of Lawton de. Root Byron Root Roland Phillips and Lawrence Culp of Bangor to. E. A amp on Lewis Force c. B. Russell and de. Brewer of by. Joseph they being accompanied from Here by the South Haven quota which had been Cut from seven to three and p08ed the ordinance at first repeated consisted of Herman Lafountain As be heard the steady Patter of Little Charles Pijper and d. E. Winslow feet it homeward bound passing his at the depot were quite a number of ice at each ringing of the Bell sons of veterans and others to bid sex congressman Thomas of Allegan a few Days ago received a dispatch from Washington offering him a position As a Siufu it surgeon in the Navy. He promptly answered a a i will a the three remaining tugs of the old vessel owners towing company in Chicago were Eold at receivers Sale saturday. Receiver Viggio conducted the Sale on Board the boats. The tugs satisfaction and blackball were bid in by attorney Brice at $425 and $450, while capt. De. Napier bought the m. Shields at $430. The Shields will be used in the new Light rage Lioe. D Ami i y and Packard. and from to Quin have moved h Are to make this their Home. Barney Burrows and family spent sunday in Hagar. Eddie and Bennie Barrows Are Here from Hagar spending a few Days among friends. We Feegles has been very ill Wuh rheumatism and unable to do any work so the neighbors thought they would help him out a Little. They slowed and dragged and planted out a Strawberry Patch picked end cleared a piece for Cucumber pickles those helping being h. D. Burrell John Dougherty we. Bales r. Atkins Roy Bernette and we. To logged with their teams John Slentz h. B. Townsend de. Cut for Bert. Dyer we. Feige Theo Farmer,, Steve Goins will Hoag Geo. Corliss of Samis and or. Huff. Now is the time t0 661 work done before the resort Rush commences. T. H. Webster. Why pay your Money for a a Heap w Heel or a wheel built to order when you can buy a celebrated Nam for $45. And not pay a Nickel for repairs during 1898. Sells it 103 Center Street. A we. Hill has 60 acres three and three fourths Miles East of South Haven that be will Trade for less land nearer the Village or for Village property. Ten acres of gooseberries and currants 700 peach Trees 96 Cherry Trees some pears and other fruits. 43 accompanist a s. Rosner oame for. 8pan of Bays of we. Treloggen Ward and in response to another out fright while standing in a Field break of applause the great violinist commenced to play Quot Delibes he had just completed a few bars of the difficult fingering when he leaned Forward As if to speak to one of the musicians in the Orque Stra continuing his piece. He seeped to pause for a minute and then slowly fell Forward on his face. One of the musicians caught him just before be touched the stage and prevented him from rolling off. All was Over. He was carried from the stage and physicians were summoned but the Agea musician was past medical Aid. The sympathy of his personal friends at this port will be extended the widow and her daughter and son who have a Home in new York. A Blu Here on his visits he was a guest at the Home of his personal Friend capt. L. It a. Leighton. Ran into a stump and busted the fore part of the Wagon. John Porter and family spent sunday with Geo. F and mrs. Loomis Fred Hodge and wife spent Sun Day in Hagar with friends. St assessment Roll of the township of South Haven for the taxes of 1898, will be on review at the office of the township clerk of the said township tuesday and wednesday May 17th and 18th, 1898, from the hours of Nice a. M. To five p. and again at the same place and the same Houis of monday and tues Day May 23d and 24th, 18 8, at which time the township Board of re View will listen to and act non any complaint made against the assessment of any Peitron whose name appears on such Roll. J. S. Mal Bone supervisor of said township. South Haven May 9, 1898. A the United states weather crop report issued tuesday says the weather conditions have been very favourable for the Progress of farm work but unfavourable for the Best growth of crops and the germination of seed. The Early part of the week was warm and during those few warm Days wheat Rye grass Early sown Oats and Barley made consider Able Progress but the frosty nights of the latter part of the week have again brought most vegetation nearly to a standstill. The general condition of when Rye and grass is Good and Ebow a a continued improvement although they Are All in need of rain especially wheat and grass. Oat seeding is nearly finished and in the Southern counties some of the Early seeding is above ground but is making slow Progress. Preparations for Corn planting have been rapidly pushed and a Large amount of ground is ready for planting much planting has also been accomplished and the next ten Days will see the Bolk of the porn crop planted Many Early potatoes Are in the ground and in the Southern counties Farmers Are preparing for late potato planting. All correspondents unite in saying the ground has been in excellent condition for working but that it is growing dry for the want of rain is Felt the new seeding of Clover has made a Good catch Bat progresses slowly on account of dry ool ground. House painting paper hanging Carriage painting Etc., Etc., Etc m m m m 1 Phoenix St. South Haven m i m i m i �1 h. In. Williams transportation line address the Post office at my shop in the Comstock building East Side of Ravine or at my Home on Church Street. W. E. Andrus. South Haven and Chicago. Norus. A company so South Haven. Passenger company a no 2 Rush Street Chicago freight o Connery a foot of Mich Igan Street Chicago. boats arrive and depart at South i Havn in connection with All trains on the m. C. R., and the s. H. Amp e. Tiniuc Tushe. Leave South Haven every monday wednesday and Friday at 9 00 . Leave Chicago every tuesday thursday saturday at 11 30 p. M. Fare 50 cents. Watch and clock cleaning and repairing is a specially with a. Being thoroughly familiar with the different makes of watches and clocks and having much experience with this class of work the repairing of valuable and delicate time piece will be skilfully done. Our charges Are Rease Oale and we fully guarantee All our work. We also do engraving. Special attention Given to fitting spectacles at e. J. Hills Williams Block. Wheeler amp Wilson rotary motion and Ball bearings easy running quiet rapid and durable. You Are cordially invited to Call and see these popular machines whether you pus Ehase or no. Mrs. Of. Mckenzie 123 Erie St., Block and a half from Lake. 50tf,

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