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South Haven Tribune (Newspaper) - May 19, 1899, South Haven, MichiganSouth Haven Tribune issued every Friday. Ira i Smith Edlow and proprietor. Office 410 Phoenix Street. It. Entered at the South Haven Post office As mail matter of the 2d class. Oak Telephone no. 154. Friday May 19,1899. Justice court Case s. In the trespass Case of Burley and Terrill is. T. Gould amp co., which was tried before Justice Wallingford a verdict was rendered in favor of the plaintiff Burley amp Terrill for $107,75 and costs. I the civil suit of a. Jarvis verse is Gustaf Mielka which was tried before Justice Wallingford monday was decided in favor of the plaintiff and a judgement of $10 and costs rendered or. Jarvis. 1 personal mention. Falls overboard de. Arnold drowned in mid Lake monday w6t. We crossing the Lake steam or Glenn on the injured by a horse. Geo. Barringer has an exciting experience in Chicago. Or. George Barringer son of mrs. Connel of this place who recently went to Chicago to take charge of some Farricy horses for parties met with an Accident last week which might have resulted most seriously for him. An unmanageable animal had been left in his charge for to lining the owner mysteriously disappearing soon afterwards. On entering the boxed Arnold of this City was drowned in mid Lake monday a Light about one of clock. He was Bas. R-#1 a stall in the morning to Groom the Senger on the Steamer Clenn and j t i was bound for Chicago where he was going to work but while climbing up a ladder on the Stern of the Steamer he fell overboard horse it cornered him with no Chance for escape Tore his clothing into shreds and bruising him badly. The horse eventually had a a a to be killed before they could do and was drowned the Accident. Miss Hattie Bradley is visiting in Chicago. Or. And mrs. George Hope is spent yesterday in Saugatuck. Or. L. Ronk wife and child and or. Jacob Gander have gone to Washington. Mrs. Gander will follow later. Or. W. A. Norton who published the South Haven Covert and Casco directory is now located at Cassopolis in the same line of work. J. J. Huber wife and daughter m iss Isabelle having returned from their sojourn in Chicago during the Winter and will spend the summer on their fruit farm North of town. Was witnessed by about forty nurses who were going to Chicago from the Battle Creek sanitarium. It appears that the nurses anything with him. Minor mention. A fierce storm ckannin6 Hales residence struck by li6htnin6. Burn is burned in the country a damage to band struck by Lightining. A the residence of Channing Hale was struck by lightening during the storm that occurred this Forenoon the lightening penetrating the roof coming thence downward into the rooms below shattering the Mirror into a thousand fragments and burning out the electric lights besides doing More or less damage to the building in other parts. Mrs. Hale who the Morrene previous had been standing n a the Mirror received a severe Demi Anmer s and or. Arnold were the Only ones concert tonight on deck at the time tie Accident the one year old child of mrs. Occurred. They saw him go to the l. Leroy Jillson swallowed a Long Stern of the Steamer and Start to Black headed pin sunday while climb up the ladder and then they playing with it. V saw him fall. The nurses instead miss Bertha Towner is the in amp three Miles South was burned of reporting the matter instantly Proucy possessor of a Nice new ground this Forenoon Ogeth rushed to the Side of the vessel and wheel recently presented her. 1 or with All the contents excepting Shock prostrating her for a few moments. Barn burned. The barn of a. W. Newton Liv eggs. He will be ordained in new a rat sunday. Bishop Potter s announcement. The pro Cathedral when or. Briggs will work i Clio future selected is the place of whet the Sharoh Mao says concerning sensational Rev it Tea that Bare appeared la Tho Mesepa Pera recently. New York May Potter a Given out the following formal notice Quot the Rev. Or. Briggs and the Rev. Charles h. Snedekor will be ordained on the Day officially appointed by the Bishop of new York May 14, at the pro Cathedral Staunton Street. The Council will meet Cmor Rokhe Lve Sto k it snot Defi Quot a Tey watched behind the boat for a sign of tiie Man in the water. Collect % 4 ing their w its about 15 minutes 1 iter they Rush to a to the Engineer Perry Krugg in a body and All began talking at once. It had been let a this time Twenty minutes since he had taken the fatal fall and it was Moultr Spand miss Era Cooley oreeli1j, destroyed not thought necessary to Stop tie j occurred Al Hiigli notv1 i m a at the j i troubles boat As it would have been Hall an hour before they could have returned to the it pot. To consider the electric rail �<�?T0 in Luw quote fire originated but it is supposed to have been struck by lightening As it had gained such Progress before it was disco Tefeil that there was Only tint to remove the live Stock Quot be night Way franchise. There is Little doubt but that the franchise will be promptly granted. A the marriage of or. Frank it was not known Lor some time who the unto to Nate Man was and for a time it was a question whether residence the of Brid s p a rents or. And mrs. I. A Cooley on Eagle Street. The twelve lots ii x Ipa is Arldie Schooner sunk. 1 anyone had really been drowned to w. S. Bradley and l. E. In a after checking up the passengers sons instead of the n Ink. During the storm tuesday lightning struck Charles Browne a Telephone Hue in the v Vicinity of Deer in k Creek annihilating seven of Tion which were reported sold to. I a. J a the Teu phone poles and severing the citizens state Bank were sold i. A a /. The wires and a repetition of the special to the Tribune. Detroit. May 18 a the Schooner Ganges was sunk in Lake Erie last night by a collision with the Steamer Presque Isle eight Miles off Colchester. The whole Side of the Ganges was smashed in and it went Down in ten minutes. The Crew was taken off by the Presque Isle. Storm this morning burned out a Large number of the Telephone it was Lound that or. Arnold was or. Ard a mrs. Liar Les Teske Jucs while the rain descended in missing and could not be found Haye rented a Booth on North Cen literal torrents. Aboard the Steamer although a Ter Street and Are painting paper a search was made from the hold to ing and cleansing fire premises Aguinaldo s latest. Matt play for recognition by two governments. It leks warning to foreigners. Fruits at c. 8. Of Lull s. Boy turned up w to a Lapp Ard from South Haven a. Last path Ralph Wood a 12-year-old boy who mysteriously disappeared from his Grandfather Levi Woods Home Here last fall accompanied by the Strang boy and who has been persistently sought for far and wide has just been heard from in Chicago where he appeared at his fathers boarding place As complacently smiling and Happy As if he had just returned from a Days picnic from one of the Down Parks. The Strang boy who accompanied him was heard from about two weeks ago from some Point in Kentucky where he was in charge of an officer to whom he had told the Story of his wanderings and privations a and asked to be assisted in finding the whereabouts of his parents Young Wood refuses to give any account of his travels except to say that he saw a great Deal of the country and had a Heap of experience. Advent missionaries. A Large delegation of them passed through Ralty monday night. A Large delegation of Advent missionaries passed through this place last night Enro Ute by boat a for Chicago where they will Divide up and engage in establishing medicinal food schools. They occupied two special through cars from Hattie Creek one of which was devoted to their respective belong Ings. They were under the direction of Madame r. E. Allison and prof Raymond of the Battle greek sanitarium and a jul Tarry in the a Windy City for three months. The upper deck. He had ins Trun aboard and this is now on the Chicago Duck. Passengers Are not allowed on the ladder and it is Seldom Ever used by the Crew and it it thought that or. Arnold would not have attempted to have climbed up the ladder had he not been under the influence of liquor. He lad been drinking in the evening and was sern to take several drinks after the boat left the Dock. A emr. Arnold has lived Here for some time and was a Painter by Trade. His. Wife died last summer and since then it is said that he has been drinking considerable he leaves a Mother who resides b in Ontario and two Sisters. Is a sure thing. So says or. Jacobs about electric railway. The cars to be running on eight Miles we Luln fifty Day. With a View of Opi Ning a Luncy room at an Early Date. Another exciting game of Ball will be played tomorrow afternoon on the Lake front. This time the game will be a played Between the clerks of the Gast Side of Center St. And the West Side of the Street. The game will be called rat 2 of clock. Or. G. M. Dunn assisted by or. C. T. Billing and or George Sweet of this place recently performed a surgical operation on one of the fancy trotting horses of John Stanton. L he animal was Halo formed while one of its eyes were removed and the disease portion taken out. The horse is reported to be doing nicely. The South Haven amp Eastern r. R. Had a Large gang of hands at work this week along the River front moving their track several feet from the former bed and taking some of the Kinky out of the rails thus materially lessening the danger of derailing. It is the purpose of the company to put their entire system in first class Condi Tion at once or. Jacobs the promoter of the new electric railway to run Between South Haven and Saugatuck arrived on the Steamer Glenn this morning from Chicago accompanied by or Garvey of the Gen eral electric co., who is to construct the Road. T key were met by some of our representative citizens and about 9 of clock they in company with messes Monroe Bradley and French of this City. J Sec Reury started to to rave Over the proposed treasurer route. Or. Jacobs told a Tribune reporter this morning that work would be commenced within ten Epiphany Mission excursion notice Quot West Michigan muoi a High a. Stith the c. Amp w. M. Will run an excursion to or. Joseph. Train Oleevye Hai Ford at 10 10 a. M. Leave by Loo at 6 10 p. M rate 50 a Ente. / j Geo. Dehaven g. P. A. Buffalo. N. Y. One Faro rate. Mystic Sli i ifs convention. Bell june 12 and 13. Return 17 Cincinati 0. One fare rate. National she Jig i fun to. Sell june 27 to30. Return july 5. Cleveland 0. One fare rate. Knights of St. John convention. Bell june 25 uni 26. Return 29. Columbus 0. One fare rate. American medical association convention sell june 2 to 5. Return june 13. A a grand rapids Mich. One fare rate. Y. M. C. A convention. Bell May 24 and 25. Return May 29. Petoskey Mich. One fare rate. G. A. It. State Encampment. Bell june 19 to 21. Return jul e 27. St. Louia to. On fare rate. Elks Jeanv. Ntim. Sell june 19 and 20. Re tum june 25. A Dollar savings store. Special Bales. Ladies wrappers. Saturday May 13th. I by our grape juice a Werft flavor Rudow a ii. A. Leighton of the Quot i Ollar savings store hits instituted a a special Sale Quot Day to let a held every saturday from 8 a. I. To 8p in. To cavy solid hours that you can take and Van tags a of Limo uial make none Money than in any other was. Watch i he Lra Iby i Tugume for the Unno unc a moot each week. Days and that within six weeks organized a sunday school at the episcopal Church. The Epiphany Mission of the episcopal Church organized a sunday school with tiie following Oft cers i. J. 11. Leland superintendent or. H. Haupt jr., assistant superintendent ill Hewson mis Mary Hatch miss Leonora Huy organist. The school will meet each a sunday at 11.45 a. In. Or. Haupt i will be in charge of the Bible class and will endear Quot Dollar savings slurp Percial Salen of Lade t yet. Honl junk t6, suture by and Dot a my Tav 29th in i 22nd. W by bind Youra Eif to pay $25 for a stun lilo u you a an buy on i of thoe n let i iat a i la ugh he is Tor r2ti. Sen cd of aude Noii tiv the i Aii it out a. 1. I fair \ i Dor la a my at Liiv it a to make it in eight Miles of the line would be in j cart s�?~,n8 fruits olins travels operation out of South Haven and i no ear gtd. That within one Hundred Days the services Are to be held at Litt Rafy entire line Between Here and Sauga Al a Over it sunday morning at tuck would be in operation. A j Ami. Lay Lyle will be equipped with the latest a Rici atm in the absence improved cars and machinery and of Law. Will be one of the Best constructed electric railways in the state. The promoters will return to Chicago tonight Floe c. 8. Hilb ii i. Take the Tribune. Go to. Tha Bey of Hospital of Corry a Hurd to got you wheel re pair a. Our unit Wail. R Imi Bea Lindow a Law i Oft. Babe i goo la Al Tui a. I by ill fun opt a i. A Igor fitly it a a i Ali Hub my Lilily a. I v tiring your t Gge to util. L a. La in a in. A of the Quot Dollar saving by a in a huh int tub d h 8p� oud it Ulm Quot play Iove in his my suf Udey in iu8a. In. To 8 p to i or her a Odd hours t rat Yin a can Lake Udo Vitago �9 to a Hiki nut Pinolio Yib of in Niiya Otain a i a us. Vuu i i us uni Lay ii his is for tin Ilion la Oua i Wick tha Icycle path i he South Haven bicycle club have run out of funds to continue the build my of their path and have just received 200 Lappel buttons which will be placed on Sale at 50 cents each. Anyone wishing to help along the got a cause will surely Wear one of these buttons which will be on Sale with either Frank Wheeler George Anderson j or a Hucy Rice. A Rev. Or. Briggs. New York at 10 45 in. M. The Rev. George William Doug Fass will preach the ordination Sermon. The Rev. Or. Cornelius b. Smith will present or. Briggs and the Rev. George Francis Nelson will present or. Bishop Potter chose the pro Cathedral As the place for the ordination because or. Briggs had asked to be assigned to work there and will work there in the future. Whit the Churchman says. The Churchman of this week says Quot the sensational stories that have appeared in the Dally Prees with regard to the ordination of or Briggs suggests the necessity of giving to our readers certain information that May help them to a right judgment in the premises. D a the Rev. Or. Brigga was ordained to the diaconate last year having met All canonical requirements and. After having been recommended by the committee composed of the revs. Dra. Morgan Dix Thomas r. Harris. Octavius Applegate and j. S Shipman and messes. Stephen p. Nash. G. Maccullagh Miller. S. Nicholson Kane and Herman c. Van Post. He has met All the requirements for advancement to the Priesthood and has been recommended again by this same committee with Only one change in its composition or. George Zabroskie having been elected to All the vacancy caused by the death of or. Nash. Many persons have been disturbed by passages quoted in the Dally papers from or. Briggs Book. It is Only fair to state that most of these passages appear to be wrested from their True setting. A. 8orth�m Baptist convention Louisville. May 13.�?the forty fourth Southern Baptist convention was called to order in Warren memorial Church at 10 of clock by president Jonathan Haralson of Alabama. Nearly a thousand delegates representing All Southern states were present while it is estimated that there Are 10,000 visitors in the City attracted by the convention. The first business of the convention was the election of officer sex governor Northen of Georgia Wae elected president. Dreyfus innocence shown. The Figaro Soma up he Bride Nee glee in Hie cat. Parts May it a the Figaro sums tap the evidence Given before the court of cassation in the Dreyfus revision proceedings which testimony it has been printing daily for some time past. It proves that the German data in the Bordereau were the work of corresponding spies other than Dreyfus who requested information on Many Points. Including the details pertaining to Cannon no. 120. The paper declares that general Deloyes note was sent to the court of cessation for the purpose of trying to upset commandant Hartmann a evidence it refers to the communications Between colonel sch wart Koppen and French spies which were intercepted by the War office and says that they when properly read alone suffice to prove that Dreyfus did not write the Bordereau. The Figaro then proceeds to quote the documents in extensor to prove its Contention. Trout to ral. , new York May 13.�?at a meeting of the directors of the Republic Iron and steel company which was recently incorporated at Trenton with 356,000.000 capital to Combine Iron and steel plants in various parts of the country Randolph a. Warner Wae made president and Myron c with chairman of the executive committee it was said that it was also decided at the meeting to raise wages 25 cents a ton for puddling and to make a corresponding Advance on finished material Chi cute i Eland hotel fall. Chicago. May 13�?the Leland hotel company owner of the Leland hotel on Michigan Avenue made a voluntary assignment in the county court will h. Moore being named As the Assignee the assets of the company Are estimated at 330,000, while the liabilities Are 360,000. It is said the cause of the action was falling off of the business and inability to collect Large outstanding debts. Am Lipes is Kankakee 111. Kankakee ills., May 13 a a negro employee in the Quarry of the Sinclair con Attu Ottoa company in this City has smallpox. He came from Kentucky last week. The patient is isolated end a rigid quarantine a maintained. It is believed tha Dise Jee will not spread. There an no signs of the disease Aas magi they a mostly in Goteti an German Gemm Rolal a a and Are notified to Keevon insurgent territory within f a try Al gift hours Tho Subol Leader wants another conference with the Ama Lonn Phil Upple commissioners. Mantle May 15.�?Aguinaldo hese issued Orden that ail foreigners must leave insurgent territory within forty ugh Izoura. There Are Only a few commercial men there mostly English and German. Aguinaldo believe that by Quot refusing them the rights of non combat ants he can Force their governments the recognize the belligerency of his so called government in order that they May treat for the safety of their subjects. A filipinos priest who had talked with the Tagal general treas has brought to father Mckinnon chaplain of the first California regiment copy of a letter written by Aguinaldo to general treas asking his opinion As to the advisability of surrendering saying Quot i fear that the Long warfare that will be necessary to conquer the United states will Drain the country s resources too driven out by Lawton. The filipino forces which were entrenched behind Strong fortifications at san Ildifonzo North of Balanag have been driven from their position by general Lawton. One american was wounded. Admiral Dewey will leave for the United states As s6on As he can arrange his business Here and give full instructions for the management of the Fleet to his successor. The United states Cruiser Olympia upon which Admiral Dewey will make the voyage Home will sail a leisurely trip stopping Mediterranean ports for some time to give the. Admiral the officers of the ship and the Crew an Opportunity for rest. Like All the olympians company Admiral Dewey is much run Down by his Long stay in a tropical port without change and under the rigid conditions incident to a War footing. Delighted it the Prospect. All Are delighted at the Prospect of returning Home. The officers have had Little Shore leave and have been obliged always to be on so lab Aid by Sundown. The Crew have had still less leave and show the effects of a year spent on a hot ship under an enervating Sun. The Glymp la will proceed from Manila to Hong Kong where a fortnight will be spent in transforming the mud color which she was painted to White having up to this time been unable to comply with the department s order to take on White paint. At Hong Kong tha Cruiser will be coated and provisioned for or further journey. Filipinos want a talk. Aguinaldo ask for Page for s military Coral Union. Manila May 15.�?the filipinos have resumed the attempt to induce the americans to discuss the situation. Reyes a Young lieutenant on the staff of general Gregorio Del Pilar oame to general Lawton under a Flag of truce. He was accompanied by a barefooted bugler. The two were escorted to Manila by Captain Sewall of general Lawtons staff. Reyes told major general Otis that Aguinaldo desired Paas of for a military commission to come to Manila to Confer with the american philippine commissioners. General Otis replied that passes would not be , As unarmed commissioners could enter the Arbe rican Unes. He would save the matter he said in general Lawtons hands. Lieutenant Reyes returned in the evening to Bacolor. Troop of the eighth corps. Washington May 15.�?the War department has received a report dated March is from chief surgeon Luppin Lott at Manila giving in detail the condition of the troops of the eighth corps. The report is generally very favourable. It shows the total number of killed up to Date March 31 to be 183 and the wounded 847. The wounds Are generally of slight character and Many have returned or will return to duty soon. The surgeon says that everything for Comfort of the sick and wounded has been done the Hospital conditions being excellent he nays the command has gone through a hardening process and has tried to avoid causes of disease. There have been received at the Hospital 256 wounded filipinos including four woman. These received Good care and treat ment. Ordered to proceed to Manila. Ban Frani Iago May 45.�?colonel James w. Powell of the seventeenth infantry and colonel a. 8. Daggett of the fourteenth infantry have be in ordered to join their regiments in the philippine the former to sail on the transport Sherman and the tatter on the Grant to leave Gay a c Aco about the 22d and 29th of May respectively. Recruits for different organizations in the Philippines will be sent from san Francisco on these transports detailed As follows fourth cavalry 66 third heavy artillery 30 sixth fight artillery 2 fourteenth by 11 e go Teeth infantry 128 Twenty third infantry 126. J ,.�?z__ _ a Stock Mrky to Temor Mcleed. New York May 15.�?the Stock Market opened demoralised on heavy Selling by the Bear and liquidation of Long stocks on apprehension excited by the death of sex governor Roswell up. Flower. Twenty five thousand shares of Brooklyn rapid transit were sold at from 110 to 10o, the Low pm let indicating a drop of to from Friday s close. People s Oas slumped #ftft6en Points and other Flower specialities from five to ten Points each new York air Brake dropped sixty Points to 125. Fir at a Iii a Mich. Manistee midi., May 15.�?Mill no. 2 the r. G. Refers balt and lumber company including a Shingle Mill two Berrido and a Irma Hubes at East Lake were burned a Tki total loss is estimated at $76.001, with insurance of 352.00$. The 200 employ will be Given employ Meafatu another Mill which will be of a Tate a might and Day while the do troyed eme is being rebuilt

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