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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 1, 1887, South Haven, MichiganR 1 tis i Kerr saturday by Wal Liall e. Stewart editor and sol proprietor. At sat pc Haven Michigan s subscription l .50 per year. October i 1887. A the sent nil 52 weeks �1 50. A mrs. Hugh Ecol Toni of Lodiana a venue Chis ago is Here with her Little 9 months old daughter Bertha visiting among her Many friends but As the guest of mrs. John Pfulb a. She is remembered Here is the former m i a Lizzie daughter of capt. Vav. P. Bryan now of Chicago. A you Eso be told of a first class lao dry by Selling at this office. A Billa Are out Anjou Sciog that Pap f Bunnell will sell on the Corner of Phil a i Nix Street and Broadway saturday at i Ter oooo of october 1st and october 15, Mumm Quot and family a Large Quantity of household furniture to. Reid came Back on the 8v, bedding carpets stoves Etc. Will be sold to the highest bidder for Cash. A tha n. C. A s. Will have a pump i Kin pie social at the residence of mrs. Gate division Thi week at the close of a vacation of serial week.�. \ a 8oe the new simmer Mao evaporator advertisement of k. E. Carter on j ret Charles Johnson in Casco tuesday chit Page s. To the Church tomorrow there will be preaching morn i evening october 4th. An Xcvi Tattoo is extended to All. Those wishing Toovey a a Nee can Call at the store of a heeler amp ing and evening subject in the even Ross at half past six of clock. Log u the Faith of tie present age a firmen some to the fair to see lie products of others. Bring some of Jour own Stock or samples of crops that others May see what you raise. A olay ton and mrs. Mallory of Fremont Indiana were Here a portion of this week As guests of the family of her a on Charlie a Earlcy on Center Stre to. A ladies show a Sample of your bread in Competition for the barrel of Flor. A a letter received by Noah Griswold announces the death at Stone Purt Illinois monday evening last of his Nephew Fred Mcfarland aged Twenty one years a Young Man Well known in la is Village he leaving Here a year and a mrs. Wid. Pyc Etnan or. Returned j a halt so. To her Onecema borne thursday morning the supposition being that they will remain there during the Winter. A mrs. Byron Rockwell and . J a mrs. Fred Waterbury of Bay City i is Here for to extended visit with her Mother mrs. Griswold on Broadway and with her Many other friends. Fred will a. Roe yell jr., each accompanied by a by remembered As a former Empi Oye in her hide Soo returned tuesday from a week with relatives and friends it the Central portion of the county Rby former at Lawrence and the latter at Hartford. A a Joseph and of Waterloo Wise pita of tved Here this morning Lor a wet of b couple of weeks with the Jemily a if lore Fletcher the two ladies org sinter she has lived at Waterloo years. The subject for morning service at Baptist he Arch to Morrow will be close Cool Man Ion Quot so called the subject in the evening will be u Immer Sion the Only True All Are cordially invited. A a Large addition of new goods on the cheap counters this week at e. A. Parker amp cons. A a a Kenney is now at work in the construction of a new store building at Covert and has Given the contract for the painting to . Fairlee of this Village which insures it being done in a tasty Sod Workmanlike manner. A the accounts of mrs. E. Hamilton Are now in the hands of Justice f. Ii. Cady for settlement and can be seen at tip office in Geneva or at Tbs millinery rooms of mrs. Cady. A mrs. A. H. Gish experts to leave 2 her Geneva borne this coming week for a visit of three or four weeks with their son Hosea and Samiy at , Bis wife being the former miss Lucy Lull of Geneva. A there will a a Rebekah degree meeting in the Hap of Neptune lode tuesday evening out at seven of clock and every Scarlet degree Odd fellow and Hie wife Are cordially invited to be present. Foa Salisb Kafy a Good Road and work the office of the Pacific House. Notice the City a bus formerly run by Peter Smith will hereafter be run by l. J Brown proprietor of the Pacific House. Any one wishing the use of said a bus will be promptly and cheer full accommodated by leaving orders at the Pacific. A business matters of a Church nature Are just at present receiving quite an airing among some who Are watching from the outside and the general sentiment seems to be Gamst the giving of chromes to those who should be kicked off the grounds. If the Church officials Haven t the moral stamina to wipe off their books prominent cases of unworthy membership they should resign. A j. E. Glines left last week for a Winter at Carthage Missouri where he is to be engaged in building a residence for his sister. Mrs. Glines and their daughter leave tuesday next to pass the Winter with her parents Marvel and mrs. Garrison at Eastmanville in this state. The family will be reunited and return to their Home Here in the Spring. A come Early before the bk8t bargains Are All taken on the cheap counters at e. A. Parker a cons. A Norman d. Fitch of Glen has recently been placed upon the pension Roll at $8 per month. He was a member of a Wisconsin regiment we think the 35th, and we congratulate hint upon at last haying Hie claims recognize the application be made for a pension was for innately for him dated in 1866 and he has waited Twenty one years to get a favourable report from if a new carpels and Wall paper at t. E. Thompson a. A 15wu a among the splendid exhibitions at the Renton Harbor Sair was Hod. J. Horse weight 1,100 gelding practical Burrows guarded by Hon Jas Moo 1, and .11 i it. Inquire of f Monroe Drew the first pc Miau a j9w e t. M. Wheel be. C. I Lah a Ralph r. And Ithiel f. Sieve bomb of 80ud 0,d . Two Brothers fro a doer him j a by a a cd Quot fat a that Monroe bad ins Ward on exp ibo in this Section bit week As the guests of Charlie Fitch of Glenn he formerly a Vigo in that City and being with them a member of the Gardner Lodge of Odd Fellows. A mrs. . Wood and Little daughter Pearl returned last evening to their Wisconsin Home after h months visit with the parents of the former or. And mrs. H Iran Griffin and daughter mrs. . Beffer. Woodie failed to Tell us that Siree the 15th he had been helping to take Cane of a new daughter a miss Jessie b. Eaton who recently left Here for a Home and a Teyib cd Fontia is now assistant Toad wifi the Union schools at Kate outdo iut at state and is in the enjoyment of Inch better health than when Are j a for Home grow pea Dpra is tact to Hamb aug a desirable sorts armies to tend to of to Plant will do Well a of a a a Call a Oon also a Fow kind roof year Coop cd grape Vinos Well a Sud inquire of j. W. Hemp bet or 19wt> t. A grass South havoc Mich a the Little eight or ten year old granddaughter of n. D. Fitch of Glenn miss Allie Bell is credited with sowing the Tarie tid on one Hundred and eight baskets of peaches in one Day earning Otoe half cent per Basket and showing Good work in one so Young. A our Farmer Frend a1 Cross did not succeed in getting his House vacated in time to move in last tuesday As was expected but his intentions Are to try it again next tuesday. Eren then he will he out there in time to do Sil the farm work he will feel line suing before Snow Oomes. A As the work of one Day recently mias Katie Merritt of cases sewed the Tarltan on seven Hundred and thirty Aix a stage of peaches Zbiek excels by a Eon pie of Hundred or sore any amount a Ter before reported to a a and awards mias Katie the or Neon Banner until a repo h made of a enee of More nimble fingers then the shows. Her brother a Suneet in one Day list eat the Tope on a even Hundred and eighty two baskets of pee Ohee end that is the a record that til he difficult to take the it fat Premium Nway from. The claim that the Gallant old a Loael Drew a bottle of old Rye is by no fios new. A Woven wire mat grasses $2.50 at \ Blackman s. A the awarding of the prize barrel or to the lady making the Best loaf Ead from the Albion flour will be at two of clock thursday afternoon next tithe Hall on the fair grounds by the caller of that flour in this Village John Mickey the committee to decide the award being a. E. Briggs mrs. W. A. Hartman and miss Nellie b. Stewart. The loaves of bread competing for this prise Are to be left at that Hall before one of clock of that Day. A it is really surprising to 8ee what you can Purchase with your Small Coin at e. A. Parker a cons. A Chas. S. And mrs. Sharron started monday afternoon to attend the National Encampment of the g. A. Rin Sest Sion at St. Louis and of Pooree they Are having a Royal time. Charlie was with a new York regiment during the rebellion is the inspector of the major Diek Insor Post and will make it interesting to those who listen to his report when he returns. A Geo. W. Ketchum of 23 Monroe Street grand rapids and his brother will n. Of 277 South canal Street Chicago were Here Over 8ueday As guests of the family of their father Rey. . Ketchum on Erie Street. George still plies Bis Brush in the decorating of the churches and residences while will is the treasurer of the Ohio ago fire proof paint company. A be sure to sons out to the fair next week. W. A. Dooe Gao has by no Means Laid away Hia Little inn Aad will keep it in tanning order As Long As our Snake department remains opes. Friday of inst week he succeeded is thoroughly subduing with lit n Rattlesnake that had bees roam tog the weeds South of this Village for eight years that is providing they Art furnished with one additional rattle yer annul. Harrie Rogers and family have removed to Oberio where he u to take a course of two years in Tsok ical studies previous to entering the ministry. We Hope for Friend Harris the meet Sun Dot Success to the new Field of labor he has chosen. A the twelfth regimes of Michigan infantry Are to hold a re Union at Niles on the 26th and 27th of Thia month and As president of the regimental organisation Lieut. L. K. Jillson Hopes that every living member will be before him of that occasion. This regiment Render housed at Niles during the Winter of �?T61-2, and again while it was Home of Veteran furlough to february of 1864, and we Are satisfied the patriotic people of that City will give the remnant of the regiment a Hearty and Royal Welcome. A it is hoped that the Benton Harbor palladium will Correct its item that this port lacks to warehouse and transportation facilities for the accommodation of its fruit. The captains of the two daily steamers running Here say no peaches have been left in the warehouses by Hern. The palladium undoubtedly got its item from the South Hatsu Guesser which is hardly reliable though it ought occasionally to be so Long As its circulation is con6ned so largely among the priming offices of this and neighbor log states. A let every woman bring some Sample of her work to enter at the fair either to fancy work or cookery. A Rev. Or. Stoutenberg a de 53,editor of the Marlette Leader retired of nine of clock Friday night and soon after has wife found him dead. He was oboe pastor of the congregational Czuroh at Monroe and also at item. Or. S. Was a few years ago a Cit Izen of this township then owning the fruit farm now owned by Timothy Ken Oie. After retiring Friday evening be spoke to his wife and when she turned to answer him she found him dead. A Vav. By. And mrs. Hodge left hero tuesday morning for a trip to the Coua to House the county seat and the state school at Coldwater. Their visit to the latter City was to return to the school a lad of Ted or twelve years one Jimmie Phelps formerly of Millington to this state who had been Over in cases a few months with the families of we. Dye and j. K. Barden and also to take to that institution Bertha May Allen and Susan Jane Allen two Little daughters of the present mrs. Garner who lives first West of the Law school House. A we did oot have a representative of the ground near the driving Park do Riog the sparring match saturday evening but Isaiah Maylott informs us that it was As pleasant amp Little entertainment As he Eer attended and he was an unprejudiced witness As he had no Money up on the contest. It is impossible for us to picture id Type the a a scrap As be described it but the substance of it is that Elliott Bisby of Michigan City was the Victor Over Mcgroth of Chicago at the end of the eleventh round. Bisby was a former South Haven boy which May have something to do with making him successful. A bring out your families to enjoy a Day at the fair a the copy of an auction Sale Bill issued by Cap Bunnell of Covert and in his own interest reads As follows Over $2,000 Worth of farm property to to slaughtered third great annual Sale at Covert saturday october 8tb,1887, consisting in part of new and secondhand farm property horses cows and sheep Young Stock eight full blood Oxford Down rams four Grade Lincoln rams e pm Etc. A property for Sale must be entered on the Day before the Sale. Fee for Selling paid when goods Are offered. Cap Bunnell auctioneer we. Hudson clerk a parties having property they desire to dispose of at auction should see Cap in time and have it worked to at this Sale. A it May be allowable for Edgell to refer to a a our office in speak Ioe of the a ret. M. A. Bullock will hold ser times at the Law school House South of the tillage at three of clock to Morrow. The people of that neighbourhood Are to tiled to remember this appointment and be present. A Mary the wife of John Bell jr., ill him. James Here a it pforts from private sources at hav t state that a personal end a of South a counter resulted there tuesday Between editor Stewart and ret. J. P. Richards full of fun. Street monday evening after being confined to her bed for ten we Jas her funeral being from the methodist Church wednesday afternoon Rev. Chas. Johnson officiating. The deceased was a daughter of the late Christopher Brooks of Michigan Avenue and would have been thirty Hirse years of age in november next. She laves with her has baud a son and two daughters und they desire to express their thanks to All who so kindly assisted during the illness of the Wile and Mother. A the books of the Light House service dating Back of 1886, have of Cebu sent away and Coo sequently it is impossible now to compare the rainfall except for these two years opt. Donahue adding to his report of last week and we giving for the two years showing less than half the rain this year that fell last season. For 1886 month april May june july August september Days inches. 4 2 80-100 2 75-�00 1 18-100 4 3 21-100 3 1 25-100 9 7 38-100 23 15 57-100 1 30-100 5 1 60-100 4 1 35-100 2 65-100 3 1 8-100 5 1 20-100 26 6 18-100 love Organ and to say a a we have just worked a Job for lace but there must be a line drawn somewhere and the understanding is that the enthusiastic Secretary of the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals draws that line at the substituting of female for male compositors. The presence of females word have of tendency to Check the flow of Bawdy talk one of tic heaviest friends of the love Organ is fill of and the conscience stricken Secretary undoubtedly Realises this fact. There seems to be a Bright Awakening in the Distant future for the insipid South Haven Guesser a spite of the six or eight barnacles now attached to it. A fruit growers be sure that your share of fruit Hall is As full As usual. A the Young Peoples literary society of this Vic Iuit will hold its next Tureev ing with miss Sadie Hopkins at her Home first East of the driving Park the evening of Friday the 14th Siant the following being the programme the to be observed music by Newton Shep Ardson dialogue conducted by will. T. Merritt recitation by Alvah Beebe essay by mias Carrie hannahs Musio by miss Lotta George. A discussion will follow of the ques too resolved that the knights of revenge will exert a greater iof Laeone in the next presidential election than the prohibition party. The members in the affirmative Are will. T. Merritt Ralph k histed and mias Ella Ramsdell while for the negative there a re George Beebe Bert. Johnson and miss Sarah Chatfield. The session will close with an instr mental Solo by the hostels Misa Sadie Hopki a. Total for 1887 april May j Une july August september total a study the Premium list and see if you Cadot compete in some department of the fair. A from april 1859 to october 1861 we were an employee on the Niles inquirer and a member of the family of Geo. M. Dewey of that City. A portion of that time his son de. Was an occupant of the family Cradle. Of that same As Pirug infant we this week gather the following Sute item red Quot Dewey is publisher of that Bright paper the owns so times City clerk Secretary of several benevolent organizations Secretary of the Hiawassee county agricultural society presided of the congregational Christianer Deavor society and superintendent of the Bible class besides being interested in Jersey cos fast horses file Chick eos Etc. No wonder the dear boy wanted some one to Bhare the honors emoluments and burdens of the situation Aud so he has married a Nice Young woman named May c. Evil hams. A i understand that h. J. Edgell says that he sold to eighty acres of land for me or was the cause of its being sold. 1 would say that he had nothing to do with it whatever. Neither buyer or seller knew that to had aunt big to do with the transaction. He was told at two distinct he a is to keep out of it yet he did 3.33 it of the trans action. How he got it i will let him explain and if he cannot do so satisfactorily i will help him. A. Voorhees. There seems to be an imputation contained in the above that brother Edgell can hardly afford to let go unexplained and we hereby offer him the use of Oue ool Umu in which to hive his say kindly assuring him that anything he might say through the columns of the love Organ would by no Means be a Public explanation. Plenty of amusements to occupy the full time of both great and Small at the fair. A in our mind we see the thousands of Home readers of this paper standing together for just a a fitment while we Tell them that we never had a Puzzle depart ment because none of our Reader have time to waste in studying what could be Laid before them in that Liue. We will now try them with three or four conundrums Aud if there is not too much time wasted in their solving we May in the future try another. Were you Ever sea sick ? did you Ever take $70 from a body of which you were in unworthy member and know that it took a Large number of so sight of hand performs ores to get it did yen Ever get to the depot Twenty Hwo sep ads a Frei be had gone ? did you Ever find yours if in the embrace of a two listed slugger and see one of his endorsers coming on the scene with a loud a a kill him James Here a your Cane Quot next to presence of Miod in such a Case absence of body is a Good thing to have. Or. Editor a i would like to talk to the ladies of South Haven and Vicinity about our fair through your col Amos. The committee on Fine arts Are very desirous of making their department a Success this year. It was not last year. Now we cannot do this without the co operation of the ladies of died at the family Home of Kalamazoo growing nut of the Freedom indulged in by the former in newspaper statements regarding the latter 1 his is said to be the second time that similar Loose que Oes have ensued where the aggrieved party was a Relerf Zywan the former Case being that of Rev. A. K. Paddock. Or. Stewart is reported to have gotten the worst of it on this occasion. The existence of such circumstances Aud of the spirit which leads to them Are greatly to be regretted to any Community. As to the history and merits of the present controversy the Telegraph is not informed nor does it desire to under the heading of a a a personal altercation Quot the above appears in the Kalamazoo Telegraph of wednesday it was not our intention to refer in any Way to the matter of 9 tuesday for two reasons do being that it hardly amounted to enough for an item and the other being that this paper is not much addicted to rank log personal explanations. In the above if private sources to the Telegraph will be found a prominent evidence of the malicious he lishness and hellish maliciou3ne8s which Springs Ioto the places filled by spawn and used for brains by three or four of our Peculiar people every time our name is mentioned and the Telegraph did Well in remembering them with the above direct snub. The mention of the Arne of or. Paddock by the a a private source so show How these Shawdy peole try to make huge mountains out of mole Hills. Tho Only difficulty Between that Cut Leman and this paper was with our pencils and All who know anything of the matter will remember that he was allowed the same free use of these columns that we had. A his visits Here since Tubeo we always have pleasant interviews with him and he cannot but think of us to a Kindlien feeling than he does some of those who tried so hard to make him think they were worthy friends. This trivial matter of tuesday May be dished up in a Lively shape and with an Especial View to our detriment by some of the spawn est members of the Guesser club Lor their Standard bearer a our Brown the dirtiest roman of them All at it. Pleasant and we look to hear of their Gallant old Leader to honorable Jim Monroe having it inserted in the grand rapids Democrat and in the papers in this District which seem to take a ticklish do right in sneezing every time he or his Ward takes stuff though that Isnit his regular barroom beverage. If our readers will Pardon us for the waste of space we Grill Tell them a of the tuesday matter coming from dinner tuesday noon and pacing the borne of j. H. Richards we noticed him standing on his stoop with his head thrown backward and we naturally supposed he was troubled with one of those a a spells which at times visits him. As we partially halted his head came Forward and Eod sideling him All right we passed on. Taking five or six Steps we Beard him speak our name and we stopped. Coming out to us he said he had been told we were making items of him. In response Toor question As to who told him so he said five or six people and said he had never done anything to us personally to cause us to do so. We replied that that made no difference that Bis Case was Oue of Public interest and asked him if be was surprised at anything that was said about him. His reply was a a done to you know you miserable cur there is a Way of giving a Man a potion or portion of Reform Quot we asked him if he said potion or portion and he repeated his words. We asked him the question again remarking that portion meant a part of and potion meant a dose. He replied a a ill give you a we began to wonder if he was in Earnest to his talk but a imply said it he then said w the statement that 1 have been Preven guilty of telling Bawdy stories Dhatt a a we said a a and the Man who says he has heard you Tell them is a liar a he said a a yes two said Why i have heard you Tell them myself Many a then he grabbed us by the coat Collar neither shaking kicking or striking us though he kicked at us twice. With our hands still in our pockets where they had been during the previous seemingly Friendly convert Stion we wondered what he would consider a Bawdy Story Aud then commanded him to a a let go Quot the words were hi-�8d Back at us through his Teeth As though he was hold log us for some special purpose and we with More earnestness repeated our a demand. Just then the door of his House behind him was thrown Opeo and a female voice with a Large Cane in the band screamed oot kill Hia James Here a your ? if Yon were Ever a school boy and had two at you at Onee both of them larger than Jou Theo you partially imagine our feelings when we heard the order of mrs. Richards to u kill him Quot and saw her Rushing Down that walk with that heavy Cane. It began to look As though somebody was in Earnest and then was probably when he received cause to Tell around the Street that we Strzok him. As he loosened his hold from our boat Aud staggered Back she placed the Cane in his hand while we stepped backward oot to exceed six feet and thoughtlessly said to him three times to coma of Quot remaining of his sidewalk until they had both Good. To the Houe. This is All Tbs re was of it Aud again we apologise for wasting son ugh space with it. A we Are authorized to deny that the Queen has instituted the order of the Bustle to offset the order of the Call. A it was very Likely mrs. Partington who hurriedly concluded her category of baby diseases Aud troubles by a and so on had a a Texas sittings. A a a a twas Only a Little bit of rail Ery. Pray done to take a Fence Quot she said when he made an ineffectual attempt to grasp her Arm an i clutched the paling instead. A done to Call a very Large Strong sinewy Man a Prev Aricatar. If Yon Are sure he is a Prev Aricatar hire another Man to break the news to Irish times. A Northern settler in Texas town a a what is needed most Here is a laundry Quot native a what on Airth a a laundry stranger a a a pts Isburgh chronicle. A in front of the deceptive .�? Touchy i Itoro a a who a you staring at you lop eared slab sided Turk. If i looked like you i d go drown . A a Delaware Man rolled off Hia veranda to the ground a distance of Twenty one inches to make fun for the baby and the third time to tried it he broke his neck and left baby Detroit fret press. A Browne a a villian a been swindling a lot of folks Down town. He passed himself off As me and gathered in quite a sum of Money. Foggy a passed himself off As you. Why the Rascal must be lost to All sense of transcript. A one of our dailies which recently referred to its a a ubiquitous representative Quot now tells us in Large head lines that the a class of �?T87 is landed on the sea of Ufa Quot it was at another commencement however that one of the trustees a walked brusquely Down the . Y. Independent. A in Camp commanding officer a what Are you doing out of Tho ranks sir recruit a you said i front South Haven and Vicinity. If every lady will bring something it makes no difference it it has been exhibited be fore this department will be a Success. If you do not wish to enter Aitie ies for premiums simply make to exhibit of them everything will be Well taken care of. If you Bate paintings or scathing eke and have of Way of getting them to the fair please notify Alfred h. Cook Rad be will see a a fretting them there Sod Home again. Now we Hope every one who reads this will think a Boot it and decide that they Oso Rad will help to make the fair a Success. Oslo the com. Did no to yer Quot commanding officer a a yes i recruit a Well sir,4 work in a hotel when in a in the City and it Kinder startled . A Young housekeeper to her grocer a a i bought three or four hams Here a couple of months ago and they were very Tine. Have you got any More of them Quot grocery a yes May am there Are ten of those hams hanging up a Are Yon sure they re off Tho same pig a a Yoh a then 111 take three of a Mist res a a Nora. I would like to have you Wear this Nora o dowdy a a Cap is it a Cap you re wanting me to Wear one us Thim things like a Dolly stuck on Tho top us me head sure the Liitt thing you a be axing me to be Coachman for the baby id As Lave be driving a pig to Tho Market a rope to his leg As do the likes o that Harper s Bazar. A Blacks a is it True that Grey is in the Hospital?7 White a yes. Lie was struck by a missile Quot b. A a indeed is his condition serious a w. A a Well the doctors thought a would get along All right until they found out the Nat Are of the missile that struck him whereupon they gave up All b. A a what was the missile Quot w. A a boarding House budget. A the graduate had an Able paper it was enticed a Tho Genus to Tho reporter not need it kindly. Tit Printer Sot it up a Tho go a no a Home. The proof Reader recognizing the excelence of germs and the Nec sixty of their having Homes let it go. 1 tic the graduate lifted up his voice h s Faith in j urn Alison was gone forever. A a Why is it Quot sail the inquisitive Man to the Wise Man a that when a Carpenter is building a House he lots the Mason Start the Elm Noy and without looking where he is he crawl a it on the roof and caws a Hole fur h just Asiar from where he thinks the right place is As he can and then the Chimney Falls Down twice while they Are trying to work it around so is to str a the Hole in Tho roof i want to know Why in blazes this is a a i done to rope red Tho Wise Man a id then All was still again. A Dakota Bell. A on our third or Page will be found Kalamazoo disc item to the time Chicago. In the evening news of the 29th appears the same dispatch with the name changed to g. P. Pritchard and with the last six words omitted. As a Sample of proof that some of our personal enemies Are unmitigated liars As they have been proven on Many a occasion and that they Are worthy backers cof others of their ilk we reluctantly pub Lush the following dispatch to Tho Detroit evening journal in which there is hardly a word of truth but which this j. H. Richards had not the mad Hoed to deny when it was read to him. We stand such dispatches because we have stood the false statements and false swearing of this gang for years. The dispatch will be a Surprise to those who know the facts to the Case of Ubati Church committee business and should show this Community that any reference Ever made to these columns to these Bankers could not be a overstretch of the truth. Read the dispatch Aud judge for yourselves it is headed a a aged Tor pounded a Stewart of the South Haven Sentinel in the hands of a hot preacher Quot and says last Spring there were rumours to this Village that bore heavily upon the reputation of the ,a methodist preacher. demanded a Church inquiry and the committee reported that there wag do grounds for the accusations. Notwithstanding this w. E. Stewart editor of the Sentinel has pursued Richards with unrelenting vigor and the victim who is dying of consumption has been frequently roasted in the Sentinel. Yesterday the men met on the Street and Between spasms of coughing or. Richards asked Stewart his motive for keeping up the abuse. Stewart replied Quot what do you Meao a and with that struck Richards in the face. The latter to an instant forgot his brotherly love Aud his weak condition. In took Stewart by tha Throat Shook him vigorously and kicked him. Then he kicked him again a Stewart managed to break away and Ruo. He ran Well and soon found a place of safety. The Artieve which called Forth Bev Richards protest charged the preacher with obscenity and being in All senses an unsafe Man in the Community a to its loud of last even log the Derror journal has the following which we respectfully refer to Tho spawn members of the Guesser Ulah whose enmity we com Ider it an Honor to have even it they have adapted a a Here a your canes As their inner password a a there Are two hides of then Gnu h liven editorial mini in i i Serap which to Ltd place toes Dav. Not i Edio Day the Ltd other Side is that edit r it i Ewe re Friend a a Avion he beat people of the Vadlee defend him against Gnu in charge from in connect too with to will fruit Flowers attend All f a Surty full uss of inh a a p of Soi a and they Are str Siybl Goth we a Bill a Tbs future As i a he a buy the Best to be bad in All Lunez. Owr Stock drugs stationery perfumery c acc. Is Complete we make a special y of trusses and have the sole Agency for the Best truss Madr our experience in this part Cula. Line covers a period of years and to Thi a afflicted with Herma we would say la not delay but Call at the Dale drug House s. Van Ost tand the old hat Trade. Itinerant Citer merchant who Hay and sell second hand head Oear. A Sanuy Auld hats Anny raid hats Quot this cry May be heard every Day in this City and Many Are disposed to pity the ragged old merchants who w Ander along giving it utterance. Yet these itinerant hatters Are not so much to be pitied after All. Many of the old hats they carry Slung in a bag Over their shoulders have Cost them nothing while the residue have been purchased for a pittance. There is a Market for old hats in new York and a Large one too. There Are several wholesale dealers in the Trade whose yearly profits make a considerable figure. One of these men has an establishment in a cellar on fourth Avenue. He May be seen every Day sitting on a Stool at the head of the Steep Steps leading to his store an old Man shabbily dressed with wrinkled leathery features and thin Long Gray hair straggling Over stooping shoulders. A a Quot this is a pretty Good stand for a retail business in old hats Quot he said to a reporter a for right yonder on the Rialto i have my customers. Almost every Day a score of busted actors come Here to be fitted out in a new head gear. They usually Trade off their old hats with a a Quarter or a a half thrown in and i fit them out in killing shape. Actors Are my Best retail patrons. I do a wholesale business also but that is mostly in trading off a lot of hats with some other dealer. I will buy sell Trade or barter with any one who wants to Deal with a what style of hat brings you the largest pro lit Quot a High silk hats Are the most desirable. No matter How battered they Are when brought Here i can find a place for a How much diet you pay for Aid hats Quot a that depends upon How Many there Are and who brings them Here. I would rather buy from a walking merchant than from any one else. I know they done to pay much and can Seu cheap. A old High silk hat is Worth about fifteen or Twenty cents an old Derby about eight or ten cents and an old Straw hat five cents. These when revamped will bring a profit of about 100 to 150 per cent Quot a if. Y. Modi and mistress. A there Isnit at this writing a single live Buffalo Felt on the Plains of the West and this is the one great reason Why the Indiana can be held on their reservations. When they think of an outbreak the first question that comes up is the one of food and they Ean no longer obtain free press. Rev. J. H. Treha Offrand l7? a Dhere dts. >1 r Stewart irate the. Sentinel re in of. Ial of news and a he relieves in a he of tie people i a Arft in critic com a Mew Advent sennels the Sentinel a ill be sen a by our Distant Frend 4 months for 50 cts. A met breeders read this i will sell a front of the grand stand at the fair or god in South Haven on thursday october 6, a at 1 80 p. M. Be following property one Brood Mars by Laale or. Be by men. Knox who has ii in the 20 list the following Are Home of her of the. 1st. Bell driven by rash at the Only matinee in 1885. 2d. Alga of co water. With a record of 2 48 and 1 at Premium As Best 4 yer old stallion in Branch county in 1885 3d, Maud who trotted a mile in 1 45 the second Lime be was bitched to the sulky. I will also sell one yearling own brother to the Colts described above and one half brother a weanling 4 time Given on approved paper 2 per cent off for Cash. E. N. Linderman. Real estate Agency of Mir or ill jul a a at South Haven. A ties do siring to buy or real is t in Van Boren or Allegan \ work to Rby in own advantage to Cal Lii upon corresponding with us. As we i h Dud Ber of Choice descriptions to dec a of. 33 Monrue amp pm illib8. E. E. Carter is the ant her and agent Tor iks Zimmerman evaporator in the counties of a Egah and Van Boren a cd Obs Especial attention to to in ended for family Nao. Bis Fusil on e address is South Haven ibo j. D. Sperry hit received a new line of watches clocks an jewelry m is. J. D. Speery is now of Erting and has on exhibition 1 Choice lot of the latest styles of millinery if you smoke then buy the a Salt Btu owl amp kept on Sale in 8outb los Reu by John u. Meson Vav. E. Grimes de Mui Hay it Ohe amp Mackey Pacific House Post office manufactory in Caco,pt>8t office ocl dress South Haven. 47 920 acres of land known As the hannahs tract i for Sale cheap i 8. F done i be 4 new j Sec. 13 a a 13 a a 17 a 23 w j of be $ a a 23 w i Tel see 27 be $ 28 new i Ofsow 4 a a 27 also 120 Asres South of town. I also have some tracts of my own log Sale South of the Village l s. Monroe. Sewing machines. Domestic Standard new Home the Best that t made at reason rates and easy Menta. H. M. Avery
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