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Prosentations.Mado to Companies C, G, and' B, Boys' Brigade. lly the Slnjor. T. IV, Consrove, A Flax, Uruati u4t ef f Ual4vtt Wn UlftsHr. VrK Kar. kct Cr t th Otber tthte. The tbree companies, forming the local battalion o! the Boya' Brigade held an informal, butayery interesting, rally In tbe lower ball of the Calumet school building last evening, which waa fairly well attended bv friends of tbe movement and othera Interested In the wort of thie young organization. The occasion was tbe presentation of tbe flag to Company C. the drama to Company U. and tbe set of guidon to Company B from Col. Coe- grove, major of tbe battalion. After each of the companies had given an exhibition drill in a first class military manner and lasting about ten minutes, Col. Lyon, of tbe Fifth ilegl ment, M. N. 0., in a few well chosen and appropriate words, made tbe pre ecntation speech on behalf of Col. Cos- grove. Tbe colonel called upon tbe boy to stand by the flag, quoting: "Do proudly it has waved in the most trying times that any country has been called upon to pass through. And now, that tbe world is once more excited and war i tbe talk, it is this flag your flag of which so much is said." The colonel con tiuued in this strain, and spoke of the many ways of betterment of themselves and their battalion. . - On tbe part ot tbe brigade tbe Rev 6. T. Morns an J tbe Rev. Daniel Stalker responded and afterward addressed the boys. After the speeches a set of resolu tious was proposed, i hanking Col. Cos grove for bis kiudaess and tbe interest he has always manifested in the Boys' Brig ade, which was passed by a rousing aod unanimous vote of all present. The rally, if such it may be called, was a thorough success in every way. Another Pioneer Done. Mr. George Karkeet, one of tbe first settlers in Calumet, died last eyening shortly after 10 o'clock from a compli cation of stomach troubles, at tbe borne of bis daughter, Mrs. John Covernof Calumet avenue, aged 68 years, lie bad been bale and hearty up to within tbe past two months, but since then be baa been ailing. IJis death last evening how ever, was rather unexpected. Mr. Karkeet bad lived here at different times since 18G1 and came here from England just thirty-five year ago.. He leaves five sons and two daughters, all ot w-bom are grown to manhood or womanhood. Tbey are, Misa Annie Kar- pTtfXretk, Colo., Richard, ot Common wealth, Wis., John, ot Iron Mountain, William, of Ishpeming aud Tboraas J. Karktet, manager of tbe Fifth Regiment band ot tbis citv. Tbe relatives have been telegraphed for and tbe funeral arrangements will be completed when thry are beard from, but the services will he held from tbe Calumet M. E. church probably next Fri day. The Finlauders' Mutual Fire Insurance company of Houghton and Keweenaw counties, or ganized in 1890 according to tbe lawa of the State ot Michigan, will insure proper ty ot its members. Have paid fire losses oyer 1 3,000 during its existence. Tbe company paid back during tbe last year to sixty two of its members of five years' standing G8 per cent of their premiums, amounting to $3,."02. Will pay back during tbis year on tbe same rate to thirty-six members of five years' stand ing 1 1,447. On the first day of this vear the company had 344 members,. $297, 4 40 worth ot property insured, , and f 0,594. 1 1 in treasury. For further par ticulars apply to the undersigned. Joii.v Blomqvwt, President. Alex Lkinonen, Secretary. Office, 443 Tine street, upstairs. Hed Jacket. Last evening Marshal Ward was ac costed on the street by some unknown man who asked where he could find lodg ing. Tbe marshal direct! bim to Mrs. Bawden's boarding house and the man started for that place, but afterwards encountered bim again on the street when he began cursing and creating a disturb ance for which he was arrested. This morning tbe man was brought before Justice Sowden, where he gave bis name as John CoBten and stated that be w as traveling from Alpena, Mich., selling med icine for rheumatism, but that be was abort of funds. He pleaded guilty to being druDk and disorderly and tbejustice fined bim :fto and costs, or twenty days in tbe county jail. Cos ten, not having tbe money, will go to Houghton this evening to serve his sentence. Two Lives starra. Mr, Pha-be Thomas, of Junction tity, III., was told by her doctors she bad con sumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles ot Br. King's New Discovery completely cured bcr and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thomas Kg gers, 139 Florida street, San Francisco, suffered from it dreadful cold, approach lug consumption, tried without result everything else, then bought one bottle of Ir. King's New Discovery and in two weeks w as niH. He is naturally thank ful. It if nn h results, of which these are sample, Ibiit prove the wonderful effi cacy of this medicine in coughs and colds Free trial bottles at I). T. Macdonald'a drug store; regular aiie, 50 cent and f 1. Tbe regular half yearly meeting ot tbeTaleva Finnish Benevolent society was beld Saturday evening lo tbe Flo Dish Hall and alter a report ot the si month work and condition ot the so ciety, the following officer were elected to serve tor the ensuing six months: Presldent-Bifer P. V7aara. ' Vkv President Charte Theuwu Beoretary C1 jootuw. . FlnanoUl Beoretary-Jacoa Psrsonen. Treasurer I. W. Frlutodlgv Blck Committee Jacob 11. Johnson. Marshal-Mis Ala. Trustees Andrew LkinpaaTlIenry Erlcknou, Herman Heppala. and Henry Ericsson. -Financial Committee Anton Rantlola. Sife P. Waara and Eriok Tolkklnen. rift Helnieat Bead Caarert The Fifth Regiment band ha decided upon Tuesday, February 11, a the even ing tor their annual concert and ball and in arranging for this date they haye en deavored not to conflict with any other event. The band ha latelv received an entirely new tock of music and has pre pared some excellent descriptive eelec tiona. Tbe Fifth Regiment band itself is unexcelled by any musical organisation In tbe State and its concerts hayealway been event in their line. Tbe band will be assisted by tbe best local talent and a they have alway been very con iderate in offering their service for other events, the people should turn out large number to greet them. After the concert dancing will be in order. Old People. Old people who require medicine to reg ulate the bowels and kidney will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine doe not stimulate and con tain no whiskey nor other intoxicant but acta as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding nature in tho (er- formance of tbe functions. Electric Bit ten i an excellent appetiier and aids di gestion. Old people find it just exactly what tbey need. Price, 50 cent per bot tie. -at D. T. Macdonald'a drug store. Taaaaraek M. K. Camera. - Revlyal service are in progress this week. A short sermon by tbe pastor each evening exrept Saturday. 1 he sub ject last r evening was "Leaving Egypt," Wednesday evening will be "Crossing tbe Red Sea;" Thursday even Ing, " andering in tbe Wilderness" and Friday evening, ''Entering Canaan,'' 'Come thou with us and we will do thee good, for tbe God batn spoken good con cerning Israel." Eugene and Frank Beauchamp and Frank Honld, who were arrested by Nightwatchman Murphy for creating a noise and disturbance in violation of or dinance No. 8 and who pleaded not guilty and were remanded for trial today. changed their plea to that of guilty. Ufa honor imposed the cost of the court and after they bad paid the same tbey were discharged from custody. The row occurred in a Polish saloon on Oak street. A protest against the confirmation of Bishop-Elect Williams b a been sent in to Rishopr Williams, of Connecticut, the pre- ding bisbop of the church in Ameri- The protest protest was ''g-jl J T,, ZateTt Bay Mills. It is understood that the pro test is not likely to amount to much and the bishop-elect is not bothering hirupelf about it, a it appear to baye originated in the breast ot a few malcontents. A party last week took a package of Tony's Best cigars from acert ain saloon in tbistown. Nothing has too far been done towards recovering them, although tbe party who took them is known, as it was supposed they were only taken in fun, but as nothing has since been heard of them tbe owner give notice that unless tbey are returned before the evening of Thursday, the 16th inst., proceedings will be set in motion for their recovery. Married By Justice of the Peace Cur tis, Miss Catherine Grindatti aud Mr. Paul Manietti. The judge tied the nun- tial knot about 9 o'clock in the morning after which the happy couple and a num ber of invited friends took conveyances and drove about' the location, and spend ing the rest of the day in merrymaking. a wedding dinner was served at noon at the home ot tbe bride' parent and an informal reception in the evening. Card of Thank. . Mr. John Fe y, on behalf of herself. her children and their families, desires to return most heartfelt thanks to those friend and neighbors who by their kind act and sympathy helped them to pass over the bereavement that has lately fallen upon them. To those who sent the floral offerings and to those who at tended the boly to its final resting place are thanks especially offered. Following in the registry at the hotel.-: Calumet Hotel-W. C. Schafer. Chicago; W. E. Ruhnke, Chicago; J. D. Brown, Milwaukee. Hotel .New Jewell-G. F. Peck, Chicago; S.W. Harris, Chicago; W. A. Draper, Grfcn Bay; p. H. White, Milwaukee; H. W. Whittier, Minneapolis; L. 0. Bay ley, Detroit; H. W. Outhouse, Oshkosh. llueklen'M Arnica Halve. The best salve In tbe world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, halt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cure piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by I) T. Macdonald. With the exception of five scholars, all seniors have been examined in tbe pen tathlon contest and tbe present score is: Joseph Ziehr. first with 190 point; E B Borough, 194; Will Weir, 176; J. p. Har rington, 158; Carl Light, 120; Donald Lamont, 101; W. Johnson, 99; John Ellis, 90; A.Jackola. 80; J. Curnow, 62. One Minute Cough Cure is rightly named. It afford Instant relief from suf fering when afflicted with a severe cough or cold. It ecu on the throat, bronchi- , 'uni un never tails to give immediate relief. . Kaol Dbcq Stoke. Married This morning at 10 o'clock at the St. Joseph's Austrian church, Mis Katherine Plauf and Mr. Peter Scbu nich, the ceremony being performed by the pastor. After the wedding the barpy couple repaired to the bom of the groom's parents, ou Seventh t-treet, where a wedding dinuer was served. Calumet Lodge, 7I. P. A A. M. There will be a special meeting of the aboye lodge on the evening of Thursday next. Work iu the first degree. A full atteudan.e is earnestly rcq nested. By order of John Mkutox. W. M. L. W, Ku.LMAR, Secretary. Members of the A O. I. W. society aod their friends are cordially invited to at tend the memorial services to be given in their ball in the I'oion building tomor row evening. An exceptionally goo i pro gram, which has already appeared in the News, whl be rendtred and the meeting will be of unusual interest. Mr. Harry Lukey, w ho has ben acting as supply tlerk at the North Tamarsck, has been promoted to a drsk in the Tam arack mine office; it was found necessary to have more clerical h-Ip caused by the extra work in connection with the tbree shafts at the north division. This is a deserved promotijn. The membership w ar is rot on jet, bar quite a number of prisoners hare alreadv been taken on both sides. Every lieufen aut and private have their orders and amunition now, and red and green colors are to be seen in all parts of the town. Everybody is impatient for the battle to begin. The Lady Willard Hive, No. 438, L. O. T. M., will give their second annual ball at tbe Armory on the evenitigof Monday January 20, 18'JG. Music will be furn ished by Karkeet's celebrated orchestra. Admission, $1 a couple. James Riney will act as prompter. Mr. Richard Brimacotuh, who had oc cupy d a position as express messenger on the Mineral Range rou'e, 1- ft yester day for Cripple Creek, Colo., w here he has accepted a position with Smith Van Orden in the insurance business. Krupp Brothers and Miss Mundy and Mr. Frank Soddy and the popular Hall Brothers will also appear at the A. O. U. W. services next Thursday even ing. Their names were unavoidably omitted in yesterday's News. All the juniors have been examined iu the pentathlon contest and the score is as follows: Christ P.irnall, first with 94 points; Ed Reeder, 80; Nick Kaiser, 82; Pierce Roberts. 70; Fred fiuck 5G; E. San ders, 44; W Messner, 34, Hteiia Lodge io. 806, l. r K. . Ut. their hall on Saturday next at 4 p. m. L.(4 The regular meeting P""1" they "m03T"de tUmCCT will be held on the ev" societies oi Mar- ' oe neia on lue t, when a full ufaLo larlv requested, as business of importance ietKt&r P'a-acted. S. . I ' . m . Meroiid Iaf-r. Circuit court opens Monday, January 20. Ail those who desire to take out their second papers should be present with a copy of their first papers, on tbe above date. Aloiiee. A full attendance of the members of Little Jobn Lodge No. 2, Juvenile Branch A, O. F. of A., is requested at their regu lar meetinc next Saturdav. Soecial business. As will be seen by our Portage Lake column, Senator Shelden announces him self as a candidatefor the poxition of rep resentative in congress from tbis district as successor to the lion. Sara Stephen son. Miss Pollen Daniels entertained a num ber of friends at a very pleasant leap year party at her home on Portland street last evening. A very enjoyable evening is reported by all who attended. The Fifth IUgiment band has added another specialist to its membrs, in the pereon of a younjr trombone plaver, born to Mr. and Mrs. David Castell, of Laurium. The mining clas of "JO is in the city today and are making observations con cerning the surface workings of the Calu met and Jlecla mine. Prof. Sperr accom panied the class. Three new games have been added to the V. M. C. A. game room, vi chess, bible characters and parcheesi. All mem ber are cordially invited to the rooms to try them. The bowling contest to take place this evening in Wilmers' alley between the German-American and Columbian clubs promisea to be most interesting and exciting. Miss Sowden entertained a number of her friends nt a pleasant card party at her home in Laurium last evening. All who attended spent a most enjoyable tfme. The Park ice riuk will be open as usual thia evening with the Fifth Regiment band iu uttendauce to furnish music for skating. The ice is in perfect condition. Foi xi Vt Tamarack, during the holi days, a black cocker bitch spaniel; med ium sisn. Owner can have the same by calling at. this office and paying for ad. Mr. Samuel Bennetts, r.f the Tamarack tore ollice force, left today on a two weeke' vacation and visit with friend and relatives in Detroit and Chicago. At the regular meeting of Kl Jacket Tribe, No. o2, 1. O. R. M., held last even ing, the new officer and chiefa were In stalled with ths usual ceremonies. Mr. K. 0. Z.egler, of the Tamarack store, and son Julius, left on thn morn ing tra n for Detroit on a few weeks' va cation with relatives and friends. i Have Pity v" I on those Weak Fingers. K Who ha not seca a woman working away with a poor H pair J scissors, bruising the fi h clear to tbe bone in a vain J effort to make them cut? It may be' that they need Q sharpening, some scissor need it every half hour. Life is q too short to wear it away in any such useless struggle. n Get a pair of our warranted scissor, tbey w ill change the frown to a smile and remove t because fOi many womau'a tirvd look First-class Cutlery, Scissors, Razors, Etc., At Living Prices. CARLTON HARDWARE Co., RED JACKET. All members of EI -abelh Lodge, No. 10, l. ot R , are requested to be present at tneir next regular meeting, Friday. January 17. There will be initation and installation of officers. The committee on the Junior Sons of St. George social are requested to meet at their hall at 7:30 o'clock tonittbt. Josfcru Siblky, Chairman. "Hillee Taylor.' General rehearsal at the Opera Uouce tonight at 8 o'clock sharp. Everybody p'cat-e attend. Messrs. Vitul Coppo, Teter Pera, and Mark Curto went to Franklin this morn ing to attend the funeral of the late Paul Coppo. Foil Sale A good milch cow, will calf in about two weeks. For particulars apply to Peter Opland, Tamarack loca tion. Messrs. Reck meyer & Co., the furriers, of Milwaukee, will have an agent, at the Calumet Hotel on Friday and Saturday next. Father Kroguluki. pastor of the Polish church, here, went to the mission near Baraga yesterday, to be goue a few days. Tbe committee on the entertainment for Court Robin Hood, A. O. F., will meet todav to attend Mr. KpifnxifuTs lunersl. De Witt's Little Larly Risers for bib lousness, indigestb n, constipation. Eagle Drug Rtohk. Miss Hummel, of Hancock, is visiting friends in Calumet for a few days, tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lyon. Postmaster P. Y. Grierson went lo Hancock this morning to attend the fun eral of the late Mr. Redmond. Borough's team defeated Fisher's last night at the gymnasium in basket ball, by a score of 9 to 3. Mr. Charles Hall has returned to bis duties in the Hecla store after an attack of la grippe. Mr. David raull' located in bis new yard. is now comfortably office in the lumber Charity Lodge, K. of P., installed offi cers at a regular meeting beld last even ing. . Court Robin Hood. A. O. F., is making arrangements to bave a social February 1. Mrs. J. II. Lnthrop left jti the noon train for Boston on a few weeks' visit. Ladders of all sizes for sale at strong & Thielinan'a lumber yard. Arm- Miss Wilmers left at noon for Chicago, to be gone about tbree weeks. . Good family wood at J. Vivian. Jr., A o.; f I a cord. J. A. Bevier went on business. to Hancock today Another Ituilwftjr Klttlon ICoIImii. fc'T. PAUL, Jan. 11 A Sioux Falls, S. D., special to Tho Pioneer Press says: A daring rubbery took place nt Howena, a small town on the Illinois Central road eight miles east of here. .Station A Kent S.ilploy, who lives over the station, went down to clomi tho oflico. Ho was met by two men with guns who forcod Mm to ojHjn the safe under threats of shooting Tho robbers socurod abouS and es- caped. Hallways (iuiltjr of Kitortion. Chicago, Jan. H. It took a little over two hours for the Illinois railroad and ware-home comm Union to find the IWk Inland, Burlington, Northwestern and St. Paul roads guilty uf extortion In charg ing shlj'iM'rs 92 per car for live stock shipped to tho Union stock yard. liurrly KM-xpt-d i Itli T,pr Lives. Lkximitos, Ky. Jan. II. Kiro do stroyed tho fine homo of Hugh L. Ashcr, formerly owned by W. C. France, tho famous horseman, nenr Lexington. The family had a narrow escape. .Mr. Anlicr was badly Injured L-s. t'VOixh Insur ance, tl'-'.o X). Tli Yeiirtiirla CoiiMuUsinn. Washington-, Jan U I ho VVnoin. la commission TuKsl to bold a inW-iing yes terday, nnd It is Improbable that any formal in.vtlntr will I J,( d mull the Duw quarters in The .Son buibitmf are ready for oceup.i icy. Ohio' Nw Ontrrnnr I. la. CoLlMiu-s. Jan. II ftnvernor M Km ley ceased 1-y U Urn i-hief evrutivn of tlU state at 12 noon ycV.-nl.iy and Governor Jluslwi. il was In.f.uura e. tcf-mtn treat throng rrpn vntinv nil pari, of i. .ti,. i m HOUGHTON. ITON. g This Hu,pmte la Killing, Is wbat the man said when tbey 'bung bim. We do not keep you iu suspense regarding wbat we have to say about our Superior Stwk Ihvr. Give it a trial and if you don't find it the very best, why, then we are very much mistaken. All first-class dealers sell it. The Bokch Brewixo Co , Lake Linden, Mich. No excuse for sleepless nights when you can procure One. Minute Cough Cure. This will relieve all annoyances, cure tbe most severe cough and give you rest and Can you afTorofo?o without it? Eagle Dcq Store. if . ngel food, fruit cake always on hand iVam puffs Fridays and Satur days i on Sale At a bargain, corner lot and one adjoining with house to be sold Apply on the premises to Joseph Scm- mens. Lake Linden avenue, Laurium. THE CITY BAKERY. NELMOX A MTH.tXUKLL Prop's. Front Street. . Hod Jacket. Fresh bread enn bn bad at tho following piHces: l uma-ack sni tlo-ia stores, lirnncs t'o.'s, llnliiisn WIIiIkhis', Ked Jseket. sml FlnlHvson's Laurlutn, J-'ronh fruit and cream cake every batunlay. SPECIAL! To Advertise 3 Days. Consultation, One-half Price. GmiTOYAl' Prof. & Mrs. Seymour Tho UislinguiHliOii CLAIRVOYANTS Now in the city to remain a few dsrs. They Tell Your Name, Ago and Date of Marriage Head your entire life from kfancy to old aite. Can b consulted on all affairs of life, tell your present lire, what to do to avoid trouble, advice on nil points of interest, buineM transactions, love, lamilv troubles, tock, lawnuits, ab-jK-nt friendi. lucky dajs. luckv Mimlxrs, lottery, bieate dineam-s, interpret dreams, restore lot hffecfioti", hidden treasure, old estHtea. re-unite the separate, rnuw, siieetl.v.bappymarriasrPB.tellawhat to do and whers to go to be lucky; brings nue resstotboH who have leen nnluckv in hUHinen or ether affaira. Tells if thn one yon love is trn 'r false, predicts ths value of miring stocks, new inventions, partnerships, bn-incss ad ventures. Doo't fnil to call. They will aatonih von withtheir correct readings of your life. Consultation one-half pries to advertl- for thre days. Ladiea, .".0 cents and fl. fientlemen, f 1 and 12. Hours: 0 to 9; Sundays, 10 to 4. Parlcrj Oyer Star Clotbins Honse i vim & VMi.l I Mi F k 7 Jj&ZPiTWmi 0 DRESS Is Pretty Well Under Way. Don't wait until the Best are Gone All our Vlntor Press Gooriw are Doing Cleaned Out. . Ami Kvlluli: In Fiiiilluli Wsl and Mono Fenr". Tlonrlei M3Mf llnfinQ Sullllioi U.evL.ts. .lSk'-ials. 'JoVert riollrn. Fancies IN CW VJI U UCIO j"t.oU SoveUlea, Mia anJ Wool Effects, etc., etc., Reduced 20 to 33 1-3 Per Cent ! Below our well-known low prices. REMNANT SALE SC&Sr' Have You Seen Our New Scotch Flannels? New .'eslfitis, new coloring, at the old price, We have the prettiest things in Flttuueletts. J. VIVIAN, JR. & CO., Hoclaand Fourth Stroots, LAURIUM. The Most Durable Material Used in Upholstering is Leather. We have a full line of Leather Couches, Rockers, Easy Chairs and Reception Chairs. The above goods must be disposed of by February 1, as we annual inventory, therefore we are selling them at unheard of low prices. . Siverfc Olson. HE most celebrated makers of fine CHINAWARE in France, England and Germany are represented in the stock of fancy Dinner and.Tea Sets, as well as odd pieces, at E. R.Yj5l2ST'S. 1 1 - OO If you can't think of w hat to suit for present, W Ll L vJ 1 ClOb jt cun ut RYAN'S STORE and exatnin " f tbe ithow-case coutniDing tbe nicest line of cut j;1hhh ever opened in this city, ami' at pric s within reach. In Furniture you can find anything you want at prices and quality to suit, at Ryan's. ' Bedroom Suits, $ 1 5 to $75, at. Ryan's. Another lot of those fancy leather and da mask easy chairs and rockers, just opened, at O-GLrtxior. 1H OEDER TO .1 will sell from now until January 1, our entire stock of Capes, Cloaks, Men's and Boys Overcoats, Ulsters, Men's and Boys' Clothing At a Strictly Cost Price. Convince Yourself of the Abovo Assertions at Jacob Gartner's. Next to Big Mike's Place. i Ga.rtn.er. ADAM SCHAAF! :piisros. ' MR. ADAM SCHAAl? l,. - -- -- -- , ni uu runif run i rin rr ment-, sunt elfd In ,.rolu. ii.K I priirbt Piano Forte which are the most peifirt instruments of their class ever const ru.-ted. Thn volume of tone U full eqiiHltoany of the last, Square (liand Pianos, w bile the qultv i- of the most t-xqniaite charac ter pure, svii pathetic, and in the highest ileuree pliable. Tbe durabil tv of these, new Lpr.uht l'ianos. nnd their rinnu itf .t tUi.rli...r in inr,n : ........ ...n.'i..j i . i. . history of pinno making, and even reater L'priaht Grand, stjlen. nnd Cabinet Orand.stvle "5. in their interior coDstruc linn power, volume and etoniHita itWiumir ur...,.,.ii.t u ...,u. t ,. stan tally I arlor drands in nprlcht form. In a word, the Adam Schaaf Piano is mart -to st a ml. not merely a an ortiMmental piwn of furniture, but as a musical instrument not Torn day. hut for n lifetime.. 'oo much cannot he aaid in f tvor of t h-se Uoriffht Pianos; in fact, t-brv must be sen in.l benrd to te nio-erinifil inin i,..h!,.u,j i .. .... tbesi InstMirnents, whn-Darerapidli b'fouilnjc . The American Homo Sold by JAMES 50V Oak St., Rod Jackot. P. GOODS uu j then intend to take our E. RYAN'S. 71 MAKE ROOM 0 P D 4 I than that of the best (irand and Square Pianos of the Future ! D. K1NNEE, O. Box, 303. Calumet. Mich.