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South Haven Tribune (Newspaper) - May 19, 1899, South Haven, MichiganOr i % a a old on if you want to make an investment in heal estate a. I % % you want to see e. D. Seeley. He has seme Choice lots on the Lake Shore in the a taper addition am and also other Des Tabie investments in land in and about South Haven. Farm p property to Exchange for town property. If you have anything to sell or Exchange or if you want to buy Call on b. B. Seeley South Haven. My a. To to sink with the ship nine per on arg drowned in Lake Superior. The amp Schooner Nelson founders. A Choice line of Slimmer jewelry in Belt Classis hatpins Blouse sets dress pins and Many other novelties in Jewoir just received. Inspection invited. We tall the jeweler. Captain hag Najr in Java a bait he wits child and Sevan Sal Lara go Dawa with the. Duomad Bot goes. Down so sudden Lar that the Crew Haa to time to lower a boat canal of the a Laveter. Suit St. Marla Mich., May 16.�?the Schooner Nelson foundered in Lake Superior off grand Marala and at least nine person were drowned. A report from peer Park says the Captain of the vessel was saved. Seven sailors and the captains wife and child Are almost certainly lost although it is just possible that some of them May have got ashore. Those Board the lost vessel so far As known Here were Captain Andrew Aghney of Toledo captains a wife and 2-year-old child Fred Haas Sailor residence unknown six Sailor names unknown. A the Folsom. Mitchell and Nelson were Laden with Coal for Lake Linden. They passed through the locks Here at noon on Friday last and headed out into Lake Superior. The weather was not threatening at the time but Friday night a severe Northwest Gale developed and at noon on saturday it was blowing a gala of fifty Miles an hour from the Northwest and greeting hard. A Vea ele coated with Loo. Captain White headed the Tow into the sea when the Gale first developed and the Folsom steamed into the wind nil the morning shortly after noon however the wind and sea became too heavy to face. The three boat a it be coated with ice and this added to their Coal made them ride very Low in the water. Seas broke aboard constantly and the Force of the Gale was driving them toward the Beach despite the beat efforts of the a genes of the Steamer. At 2 of clock in the afternoon the situation was becoming very grave. The Beach at grand a amp Rais was but four Miles under the Lee. And Captain White determined to try the dangerous Experiment of turning the Tow in the sea and running before it for Whitefish Point. Watching his Opportunity he selected a favourable time when there was a Lull in the seas and turned the Steamer about. The Mitchell which was second in the Tow dragged heavily on the towline As she fell into the. Trough of the sea bub finally rounded. Dives for the Bottom Captain White stood on the Stern of the Folsom and with his Marine Glass watched the two schooners. Suddenly he noticed that a space was widening Between the Mitchell and the Nelson wider thin the length of the Tow line. The Nelson was then seen to turn toward the Shore and it became evident that the 11b? had parted under the Strain or had been Cut. No signals of distress had been displayed from the Nelson up to this time and it was supposed she was apparent that she was sinking. There was Chance of rendering any assistance however. The Crew of the Folsom had their hands full in taking care of their own Craft and the Mitchell. In a few minutes the Nelson threw her Stern into the air and dived straight for the Bottom. Where she Sank there is 200 feet of water. No time to lower a boat. The sinking ship disappeared so suddenly that her Crew had no time to even lower their yawl boat which Hung on the davits at the Stern. Not a vestige of wreckage was left on the surface to Mark the spot where she disappeared and not a single struggling Man showed his head in an Effort to keep afloat on a piece of w Reckage. The ten persons on hard had gone Down with the Schooner. Their Canvas had All been taken in when the boats were headed into the Gale and the sails booms and gaffs were doubtless Frozen in a solid mass from the water which bad broken on Board. The Folsom and Mitchell ran before the Gale and arrived Here safely. They Art covered with ice and show Marks of tha heavy weather through which they census the gravest anxiety. Pekin May 16.-�? the russian demand for a new Railroad Concession connecting Pekin with russians present Railroad system in Manchuria. Is atoll causing the greatest anxiety Here. The chief chinese officials Are having constant consultations with the dowager Impresa it appears o be the general opinion that it is intended the line should Start from Kirin or Mukden and run direct to Pekin by Way of shool the germans and japanese Are particularly uneasy on the subject of this unexpected move upon the part of the russians and it la said there is a feeling among the prominent chinese that tha moment has come to make every Effort in the direction of securing British sympathy and Aid. Urges no Beer inspection. New Orleans. May 16.�?secretary of agriculture Wilson was asked concerning the Story that he will advocate inspection of Beer and urge the appointment of brewery inspector. Quot i never heard of he said. I know Noth ing of it and therefore 1 have not discussed the he thought the report grew out of the pure food investigation by senator masons committee. The Secretary has left to visit the Rice Belt along the Southern Pacific railway. Extra session not probable. Washington May 18.�?a member of the administration who is in a position to know the views of the president on the subject said that the probabilities were against an extra session of Congress being called. He thought that the president had Given the subject some thought but he was reasonably sure that no Call would be issued except in some unlocked for contingency which would make it necessary. A minor mention. Will continue fight. Aguinaldo says he will not Lay Down. His Cable to Justa at los Don a Aye the filipino the american overture Tor peace general Luna a Effort to bring about a cessation of hostilities said to he untrue general Otis to replace the Spanish Garrison at Zamboanga with United states troops. London May 16.�?the filipino Junta Here has received the following message froth Aguinaldo cabled from Hong Kong under Date of May 12 Quot the filipino government. In Accord Ance with the general feeling of the country has decided to continue the War at All costs until Independence is Dan High fed 129 at Lun a 8unday. A car Load of merchandise arrived Over the m 0 r it monday for our merchants. A band of Gyp a consisting of Throe Wagon Load arrived in town this Moniti tag h. J. Edgell sold today a lot Noar the congregational Church for tha Kent heirs to w. E. Andrus of this place. Mee Dames Fitzgerald a of Dell of Chicago rented a portion of Hov. A. E. Ketch urn s residence near the Lake front for the summer season. \ birthday party for the r. N of a. Will be celebrated May 19 at the Homo of mrs Frank Paris Comer of Phoenix and Bradley Street. George Barnes was arrested by Marshall Gleason for being drunk and disorderly and was sentenced to five Days in jail. An informal dance was Given in Honor of or. Lou Mosier of Paw Paw at the Home of or. And mrs. J. G. Dewey saturday night twelve couples being present. Or. A. J. Fisher recently purchased a full blood Shetland Pony for the use of his Little folks during the summer and boy Are apparently having a Jolly time with it. Park Grove place opposite Avery Beach has been leased for the summer by or and mrs. J. B. Dunnington. Of Decatur Mich., who have already taken Possession and Are prepared for the entertainment of guests. Miss Beatrice Flamer eldest daughter of a. J. Fisher who occupies a commodious cottage on the Lake front narrowly escaped a serious Accident while Riding her Shetland Pony saturday eve it Nung. It took flight and ran away throwing her violently to the ground. Cash on saturday night May 13th, we will close out our credit business and on monday morning at 0 c clock it will open our store As a Cas grocery. Was Elf the papers for prices next week. We will sell for Cash Only. A. G. Harrison. Y i he Only daily newspaper in Van Buren county. A clean newsy reliable and wide awake journal that is read and appreciated by the Best people of South Haven. It is a Welcome visitor at almost every fireside in the City an 1 deservedly so if the verdict of the people is a Correct criterion. The Superior Rexcell Nee of the daily Tribune As a gatherer and disseminator of news is everywhere a. Kun pledged. Al . Soureh. The filipinos energetically refuse american peace overtures based on restricted autonomy coupled with promises of subsequent self government. overtures untrue. A the filipinos demand a strict Ful full Pfent of the articles of the american Constitution and treaties contract fed by the american representatives when imploring a filipino Afi Lince in combat Ting the spaniards. A1l.yf�v filipino generals support Aguinaldo. General lunar a reported overtures for peace Are untrue. Our army is near Manila simultaneously attacking the whole american line. The heat and Rains Are causing Many casualties in the american army. All the hospitals Are crowded with sick and wounded. Four Hundred of the cinc Nanti regiment have been imprisoned by general Otis for insubordination in refusing to fight. The regular troops quartered in Manila and other Quot town Are quiet. The volunteers Sre abused and Are always at the front with scanty talons. The discontent Between the americans and europeans is Small Force will suffice. The. Daily Tribune nearly 1,500 copies per Day Are now being printed and issued r 1 his great circulation makes the paper an advertising medium of such unquestioned value that no enterprising or ambitious merchant can afford to ignore it. If you Are in business and done to advertise in the Tribune or if you Are not a subscriber to use the jargon of the Street you re not a amp it. No time like the present. Otis Toke pm my the spa ult Garrison at with . May 16.�?it la expected at the War department that general Otla Wilt take atcha at once to replace the Spanish Garrison at Zamboanga with United states troops. The indications Are that a comparatively Small Force will suffice provided that it is supported by one or two gunboats. The place Leone of great strategic importance. Being the capital of the Island of Mindanao the second largest in the philippine group and a Good seaport. It a to this Point that the Spanish forces retreated from Iloilo when that town was evacuated without notice to the american forces. The town is easily defensible with a Small artillery Force. The fact that the insurgent Are in Possession of rapid fire guns makes the situation at Zamboanga More Aeri Oua. But it is not believed Here that they have a Large Supply of the ammunition necessary to operate the weapons which will consequently soon become useless to them. Through unofficial agents that it government Here has been quietly making investigation into the state of affairs in the 8ulu group just to the South of the islands with a View to determining whether by Good management the inhabitants cannot be brought into allegiance to the United states without insurrection the natives Are generally Mohammedans a cd it it a allegiance to a Sultan whom the spaniards hav it never been Able to bring into More than nominal submission a maintains a harem and lives in state and it is probable that an annuity wait have to be provided for him out of the Revenue s of the islands after the United states takes Possession. In Glenera Sturt for thu Iii. New York May 16 a eighty United states engineers from the Barrack at fort Totten to t his. Stirt de for the philippine islands under the. Command of lieutenant Chase Lofter of the Twenty first United states infantry which is now at Manila. The engineers Are volunteers and Cam from companies 13 and d of the Willetts pm Jun Corpa. The men will travel to ban Francisco by rail and Are due to sail on the transport Sherman on maw they expect to be in Manila in in weeks. They go to fill up the ranks of company a. Which left Willetts pint Over a year ago. A la leads a rout Theka a is. Manila. May 16�?the Quot unc lad Quot gunboats Laguna de Bay and Cavad it Nga and a launch under Captain Grant ran into a nest of insurgents concealed in the Brush on both sides of the Rio g i ande River three m Les above Calum pit and were received with heavy volleys at Short Range. A sergeant belonging to the Utah Battery was killed and one private was wound d. Opening with their rapid fire Guna the americans killed Twenty of the natives and wounded several others filling the Jungle with a Hail of shot for a half hour until the enemy lied v of Are cordially invited. To Call and see the grand exhibition of \ up ton insular plan shed. M _ steel ranges. Commencing May 18th and lasting until the 20th. The greatest fuel saving and Quick a baking ranges Ever made. Bake on oven rack and oven Bottom at same time. \ shown in full operation baking biscuits in 3 or 4 minutest free refreshments served daily. Guarantee Bond Given by makers with each Range. N. J. Amp a. A. Newcome South have a. Or it costs less to be clothed gracefully and fittingly than to be clothed in the usual haphazard Way a if you know where to go for the clothes. E. C. Derhammer the tailor will fit you out right and at the right prices. He is the Only dealer in town who keeps an exclusive line of gents furnishings a clothes cleaned and pressed e. C. Derhammer. A a a the fair of for fishing tackle w of All kinds. If w. J. Minter a 412 Phoenix St. A re you superstitious ? do you believe in signs if so Fred j. Perkins Oak make pm. Foard Glass cloth tin. Brick Wall and advertising hinge. Signs painted anywhere on Earth. Shop Over m. V. Selkirk s Hume shop physicians. 11, Springer n. D. Physician and surgeon. Office Over Harrison a grocery store. Marian c. Low m. D. Physician and surgeon South went Comer Phoenix and Center % streets Over Hallock k Eaton office hours 8 to 10 a. M. 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. M. Telephone no. 39. E. L. Mater n. A physician and surgeon. Office Williams Block a a tres 3 and 4 resident first door weat of Cathou _. Church residence phone 61. Or. Geo. D. Carneg. Physician and Suro Eom. Office Over the Post office. Office hours 2 a a to 4 00 p. M. 7 00 to 8 00 p. Phone office and residence. No Lucie Hemenway m. D. Physician and surgeon. Office 514 Phoenix Street Over m. I French a no. 140 residence 829 Phoenix Street. Office hours. 2 to 5 p. A. 7 to 8 p. M. Residence phone 146, _ Ece m. D. And surgeon. Office oversold citizen ban bldg. Residence Corner Pearl and Huff Street office hours n t 00 to 4 00 pm and 7 00 to 8 00 pm l. 0. Rhodes m. D. Physician and surgeon off of 514 Phoenix Street Over French i store. Residence on Broadway and Huron its office 1 ring residence 2 rings. Attorneys. 9am. H. Johnson. Of v 4. W it 4. Jonhson amp Wicksall attorneys at Law. Office Williams Block South Haven Telephone 113, or. Johnson will be in South Haven every wednesday. Hammond Hammond amp Bessey. Attorneys at Law South Hayens be ton harb1r so. Haven office Over Cain s shoe store dentists. A. C. Runyan j. C. Arnold d. D.8 Runyan amp Arnold. Dentist is. Office opposite the Lanks. All dental operations carefully por Forine Olloe hours 8 to is . 1 to 5 . Real estate and insurance. Trim amp Bishop Bucey doors to the South Haven feed co. Bojt it Al and retail dealers in flour. And feed Hay and Grain we sell As cheap As any one. Give us a Call. Also proprietors of Black River flouring Mills. F 520 Phoenix Street phone 100. . Wallingford. Real estate South Haven miqh1gan. Banks. The first state Bank. Of South Haven much. Etc organised from the first National Bank capital and surplus $85,000 e. A Hartman a Lastant Oak Der. S. B. Monroe attorney. Dik8ctok8 of i a a up Fri 1 it a a Asmas -13 Imioivrxoo-e3 insurance. Let state Bank but iding Comer Center and Phon lists. H. M. Avery. Geo c. Monroe. M. H. Bixb Kui Deo e. Moore. By. My 0. J Monroe. H. W. William Voiney Lio us. 8. P. W Ileon. John Mao key capital $30,04 0 citizens state ban South Haven Mich. W. B. To Rad lev president. R. To Pierce vice president. L. E Parsons cashier. W. H. H Hurlbut 8. M Trowbridge r. T. Plena l. A. 8pence w. 8. Bradley t. B. Buell 3. C. Merton. J. K Barden a 0 m. Vaughan c. W. William your brain eat respectfully solicited. It
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