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South Haven Tribune (Newspaper) - May 19, 1899, South Haven, MichiganSpecial notches. A notice in ibis department three line lest., 86 cents h week additional Linea 6 cents each per week. For Sale. Niwo show Walil for Sale cheap. In Al quire at h. 11. Ingels. Paint store Phoenix Street. Of Tell blood kit barbed Plymouth Hock eggs. Thirteen for 76 cent. D. A Seeley South Haven. For rent. Torrent a House Superior Street City it water in the House. Enquire at w. J. Lull s grocery. Famished rooms to rent for the season Une mile from Post office. Address Box 196 South Laleen. Quot miscellaneous. T he manure from thirty Homes for Sale for tue season. Hodge St Tracy. Shave pasturage for 36 head Stock at reasonable rates d. B. Seeley South Raven lost and found. Lost a round Gold watch Clearm with raised Monogram 0.11. A one Side a cd 1896 engraved the other. A Reward 63 will be paid for its return to the hotel Columlus. Wanted. Be this season s pack 6,000cases Stew pc berries y ,000 cases Goontz Berle a 9.000 cases blackberries and 0,000 cases Black raspberries. South Haven preserving co., formerly the Ewing Allen Canning co South Haven. A a first the season grand is excursion to St Joe mar six Steamer Glenn. Music a by dreamer s Harr Bui j m v fare round trip 50 cents. Children 25c. Leave South Haven 900 a. M. Return leave St. Joe at 4p. M. H. H. Engel Deal Erin Wall papers a paints and artists supplies. Painting decorating paper hanging. Sign painting All kinds. Wall paper the latest designs and Best selections. John Lucas amp co. A celebrated paints. The largest Stock picture mouldings. Opera Lio us Block South Haven. A Tate Michigan i a county Vax bub in i the circuit court for the county Van Baren in clan Nowery. Herbert h. Harrison complainant is. Anna b. Harrison defendant. Suit pending in the circuit court for the county Van Burn in chancery at the Village Paw Paw in said county the 16th Day May a. B. 18 <9. In thin cause it appearing Firon affidavit file that the defendant Annab Harrison is not a resident this suite and that she is a resident the City Chicago in the state Illinois. On not Leno Johnson St Wio Salt com Plain nuts solicitors it is ordered that the said defendant Anna b. Harrison cause her appearance to be entered herein within Lour months from the Dato this order and in ease her appearance that she cause her answer to the complainants Bill com plaint to be filed and a copy thereof to be served said complainant s sol Lei Tore with in Twenty Days after service her a copy said Bill and notice this order and that in default thereof said Bill be taken As confessed by tale said non resident defendant. And it is further ordered that within Twenty Days the said complainant cause a notice this order to be published in the South Haven Tribune a newspaper printed published and circulating in said t Eunav and that such publication be continued therein at least once in Oach week for six weeks m succession that he cause a copy this order to be personally served . Said non resident defendant at least Twenty Days before the time above prescribed for her appearance. David Anderson circuit court commissioner a Van Buren county Michigan. Johnson a Wicks All May 19 june 3o solicitors for complainant. 8how8 itself by buying at w. B. Linason amp son re taller reliable dry goods ladies amp gents furnishings Fine 8h e8, carpets matting Oil cloths Etc. With All Cash purchases we Issue merchandise checks in plainer words we pay a dividend 5 per cent every 20 you spend in Cash at our store. Making you a partner in our business to that extent customers k by the score who have received their dividends Are Well pleased. Ask your neighbor about it. Our ladies Muslin underwire window display invites your attention. Yours resp to w. B. Mason it pc son. Time. Baxter inquiry Illinois solons Start the investigation. Chicago levee District saloons mayor Harrison said Quot to he a perfectly willing that the committee shall probe the Saloon system Chicago a the stall Fry a will net he investigated but the conduct the county offices to be looked into. A Chicago. May �8. The report which appears to be who i Yut founded to the effect that the chief police has ordered a Saloon keepers in the levee District to Quot lie pm Quot un4tl after the Baxter committee has finished its sessions Here causes a Ripple merriment to appear the faces it the higher City authorities. The fact the matter is that the levee District is conducted in just such a disorderly manned As it has been for Many Wei is before and the saloons did just As thriving a business pome and see our 5 am 10 cant glassware. We sell Metalic flour sieves at 5 cents. W. J. Minter. 412 Phoenix St. We Are agents for j. Beifeld amp co., y ladies tailor made suits jackets Etc. Which we Are showing in our new room second floor just in novelties neck Wear for ladies. Kahn Wasoi amp cd. Ski is w. Baxter. Mayor Harrison has been quoted As saying As also his Aid user Intel Lent police Pipit a that at any time the Buxter wishes to investigate the Saloon system hic ago it was Welcome to do so and it would find that it was not so Black As. It is painted. The fact the matter is. The committee will not confine itself to the investigation it Mph a a Small it will aim at the conduct the you to offices first such As that the sheriff the state s attorney and others attorney unit my a . J. R. Burris has be n retained As attorney and a h. Lamard As stenographer for the commit to e. Sergeant at arms Landers was Given a Bunch warrants to serve. L in the event according to chairman Baxter any Man subpoenaed refuses to appear the sergeant at arms can take him. Chairman Baxter gives the Public an id a the Powers invested in this committee in the following words Quot the Powers this any legislative committee a a a a Mizar character Are Clerkly defined in the revised statutes. I want to Call attention to the Law partly because there apr years to be a grave misapprehension about the right Kjof the committees to subpoena wit a Nesses and partly let it aus we desire to serve notice persons who contemplate defying our authority that we will make use the Power that is vested in us. A the Law is Quot contained in that chapter the statutes which is devoted to the general Assembly and it provides that either House shall have the Power to appoint an investigating committee to act either during the session vacation. It gives the committee Power to summon witnesses and provide that any witness who is Summ it Ned shall be required to answer All quo tons whether they tend to Criminate Ltd not but provides also that if the answer does Criminate a wit new such information testimony cannot be used against them. Differ from the criminal Law. A a it differs from the criminal Law in the sense Shalot provides immunity it provides also for the punishment und r the Section defining perjury any per. A who May swear falsely. A the comm tree Quot the senator continued Quot has a everal Means enforcing it Power against in a Titrant contumacious witnesses. It Cun cite such persons to appear before a Justice the peace and it Hus them to be fined in any sum ranging from $5 to $200. Ii can order the sergeant at arms the Senate to place tire person persons under arrest Anil held him them in custody until they can a cited to appear before the bar the Senate. Then an Appeal can be Rufed. T it any court rec Ord in Cook county fur the enforcement the Powers that committee my reason for a ailing attention to Thia m i get it a e the newspapers have created the impression that the committee has no Power to enforce its own Wal tax a card. To Many Whiple have tucked me in the Laist few we a u could appear arid continue to get worse after a body had been thoroughly embalmed that i have concluded to answer through this paper. Discolorations area tue by stagnated eco i posing blood in the Cape i Arlen. Amba Jiuing is the use Auto septic fluid by Way the vascular system arteries and veins a to destroy the Genus Rte Compoli Tion thereby pics Ervin a a Quot cd i Colun the fluid lied reached thereby prose re Oculi reach e Are a has Chi keeper tally tins Tim him Amati discoloration could not Lake place after id lid reached the parti and if it a psf a Are re a a that the body either Thorou m mmm9m f i does Anjam we Are Coin imli�3�?~tu conclude a body has not been embalmed otherwise. Stedman. I wait Al pit ovum eat phone 137. Grand Avenue notes. Mrs. J. R. Mender Ami family Chi Cago will spend tin Buttiri let brother a fruit fam in grand pvt Una. Tho cottage inn Boon thoroughly remodeler for her bum arc All Delight a i to see our Raykie being fixed. It is to be widened several feet and a Bridge railing put . Our ladies need not four roiling Down the embankment and breaking their necks in the future the Reviue was certainly very dangerous to drive across with a horse even ride Croaa a wheel Southeast cause. Or. Dixon Bloo Dugdale vied Ted his daughter mrs. Will Crow taut week. Mrs. Geo. Dal Impje is visiting her Mother mrs Sleutz it Jird St Chicago this week. Ltd a up. I. Dairy Tupie expect to Omiao Tience i new Lara next week. A a personal mention. Or. W. D. Downey was in the City last night. D. T. Ingalsbe piano tuner is in town this . Luxton. Of Chicago is in town today business. Or Davia Anderson Paw Paw was in town today. Mrs. Perine returned Home from Otsego wednesday eve Niffa. Miss Stevens Chicago is the guest . And mrs. S. E. Combs. Mrs. S. W. Slate Ganges is Here for two weeks treatment with . mrs. Harrington Paw Paw is the guest her sister mrs. A. C. Runyan. Or. And mrs. A. X. Patterson Benton Harbor were guests at the Columbus last night. Mrs. J. De Phillips Paw Paw is the i est mrs. Jennie Slayton Huron Street. Mrs. Charies Abell took a flying trip wheel to Saugatuck sunday. Mrs. George Anderson is a wild ing an addition to her Home Broadway. Mrs. William a. Snyder and two children Chicago Are the guests her sister miss Alice sell. Ii. 11. Hackenburg and son White Pigeon friends . A. C. Runyan were in town tuesday. Or. And mrs. Horace blood Are the parents a baby girl and judge and mrs. Freshwater Are the parents a baby boy mrs. Addie Harvey Casco is visiting her brother George Herrick Muskegon who formerly lived Here. To . B. Hopkin returned Home from Gobles wednesday night where he goes each week business. Mrs. L. L. Scofield Chicago who has been visiting Friend in grand Junction returned Home wednesday night. Or. Arnold returned Home tuesday evening from a vacation several Days w Ith his relatives at a Iton radius necessitated by a hues. Or. W. It Hoosick the farm Myhan Hoosick amp co Chicago is Here looking after his extensive tanning Plant. Or. And mrs. William Cook returned Home j rom an extended tour through Northern a Higan and Wisconsin tuesday a t. Mrs. Jennie Slayton Wii. Be an informal party to a null it other friends in Honor her guest mrs. De Phillips a Paw. Or. A k. Hoxie who has been spending the Winter in canes to n. Y. With his daughters returned Here to remain the Suitner with figs son Fuki Hoxie ant family. Mrs. J. C. Williams and Little son Harry Are Here from Waukegan iii., to spend part the summer with her sister mrs. A. W. Herman. Mrs. J. E. Yvo ailing Ford who was recently called to Watervliet account the illness her father returned Home wednesday evening and reports him out danger. Or. F. E. Andrews and wife arrived wednesday morning to spend their honeymoon with . C. L. Webster and other relatives. Or. Andrews is editor the Bloomer and Advance at Bloomer Wisconsin. Oliver Triece Well known to South Haven people and a son . W g Triece. Has resigned his position with the Colorado amp Southern r. R. Co., Denver col., and is going to reside in Palestine Texas. Or. And mrs. Mickles the old ladies Home left wednesday for a few weeks stay in Moundville w. Vav . M Nickels went to assist the saints who recently moved from grand Junction in preparing for their Large Camp meeting to be held there the eight june. Additional local. A hym Roaal. A . Gilbert l. Shaw and min a Amu a. Thu cite Kibble we my Marty d before Justice Wallingford monday they will rut de Ltd a Groom farm Ute a a Kibble. Josiah Martin and non left today a prospecting expedition through Montcalm county. E. W. Sweet and wife Chicago Are spending a few Days with Rev. And mrs Walden. A Carload furniture from Madison wish a arrived Over the 8. H. A e. R b tuesday for . A. D. Stone Lake Avenue North. The fruit Belt chemical company received a consignment 35 barrels Pine apples from Chicago by boat to be converted into Flavouring extracts. Martin Rose lately occupying the we. Brinks farm Southeast town removed has Goodland chattels to Muskegon wis., his former Home yesterday. \ miss Anna look Wood gave a birthday party to 24 her Young friends at the residence her Grandfather . E. J. Lockwood tuesday afternoon celebrating her thirteenth birthday. H Many natives coming Back to Homai within our lines. Pushing a he work Bridges. Top ii. Gorge Hale has been at work with the surveyors surveying a line for a Railroad from Here to Paw Paw Lake. Jcj from Wexford county i biped friends Here last week. Several the Farmers Here have Beer hauling potatoes to Watervliet. Or. Hyorth has been building a new barn. Mrs. 0. A. Hunt went to Paw Paw monday mrs. Chester Nutting was buried monday she was 80 years age. Boll Mcconchie and c. A Hunt started for Battle Creek tuesday morning their wheels. R Arliase licenses. Harry w. Baldwin 23, Elmira n. Y. Eva l. Slack 19. Paw Paw. Fred Hinckley 28 Leona Hampton 22, both Paw Paw. Frank a Moulthrop,25 Era a Cooley 21, both South Haven. Archie l. Dyer 2o, Almena Grade d. Gattison 18, Oshtemo. Cony amp Hurd have some second hand wheel for Sale cheap. Try the Lamous a Quot. 1. Dear. L. A. Leighton the a Dollar savings store has instituted a a a special Sale a Day to be held every saturday from 8 a. M. To 8 p. M. Twelve solid hours Thatje can take advantage time and quake More Money than m any other Way. Watch the daily Tribune for the announcement each week to old nor filipino coming to bin Elln and Libonn mum Long work in Tho re cd Field a Oen Nril Oil report Thoft i son Isidro the second in Ursry it Capitol Lawton column Makoa Tho capture. Manila May 18.�?although the rebels still threaten san Fernando in considerable Force Large number natives a majority them be no families with their household goods Are returning daily to the towns inside the american lines at Apalit especially. Many the Richer filipinos Arij coming to Manila and labourers Are resuming work in the Rice Fields. The latter show their respect for american sovereignty by removing their hats to the passing train. Owing to the bad condition the Wagon roads the work repairing the Railroad is being actively pushed. All the broken Bridges have been wrestled and Only a few excavations remain to be filled up. Trains will undoubtedly be running through to san Fernando in a few Days. The Only natives there Are some filipinos from Macabee who Are trading w Ith our soldiers. Al la Utens it Hill attacked. At Daylight lieutenant Hill who with Twenty five men the fourth infantry was concealed in the trenches near pasig was attacked by a Force rebels who evidently imagined they could capture one our outposts because Only a few shots had been fired by the american Force. A few volleys put the enemy to flight the rebels losing five men killed and a number wounded. The army gun boat Naping Dan has returned Here rom the Lake having been disabled by a Cannon shot from a rebel position near Santa Cruz which broke her rudder Post. Important railway consolidation. Toledo o., May 18.�?what promises to be one the most important moves in Rall Way history in the Central United states is in a fair Way to be consummated by the consolidation the Ann Arbor Flint and Pere Marquette and the grand rapids and Western roads. Thip matter will come up at the meeting today at Saginaw and w ii be thoroughly discussed at the meeting representatives to be held there. #it�1 incorporation paper. New York. May 18.�?the Union Copper mining company has filed incorporation papers with the county clerk at Elizabeth. N. J. The capital is $3.000,-000, divided into 300,000 shares $10. The principal office will be in East Orange. The incorporator were w. G. Newman Byron t. Stratton and Temple Taylor Verdam. Bring your eggs to Hill. Dont fool yourself. Here s Only Otoe place in town to buy shirt waists and skirts a Aai is Ca Quot and see Lis. A Hale ago take the to june

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