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Wedding Bells Sound ed In Red Jacket Last Evening. 11 esolutio s o v n r.s r.n ct -Mlllee Tlr U Aparatlhe lt4 Jarket Opera llonTw Mht otkr Laie Mrwi. Married At the residence oltbe bride's pa recti. 415 Fifth street, on Thursday evening, January 23.br the He? Ir. Hun ter, Mr. James W. Kitchie, if Lturiuui. and Mitt Ltba Caroline. eldtst daughter of Mr. and Mm. Pibard Gates, of Red Jacket. The cewnony wan performed at 8 o'clock io the evening and the nouse wai beat if ill v decorated iih ross, sroi lax aod other flower. The bride was givea away by her father and whh at tired in a drew of wbi e s'lk and carried a bouquet of roses in her band. MissEtfie Latnont acted as bridesmaid and Mr. Liocolo Cunningham supported t lie groom. After the ceremony, wbit h whs performed before a Dumber f invited guests, the whole party sat down to a sumptuous wedding supper. The new It married couple were the recipients of many raluable and useful presents from their friends. Iloth of the contracting parties are well known and very estima ble young people and bare a host of friend who wish tbem evry success in life. -At a regular meeting of Lady (Jlad stone Lodge, No. G3, Daughter of St. George, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Wsekeas, Our Heavenly Father hfl axuln reminded u tbat we ar llvlnir In a world of icknct and death by rvmovlo from our midst our beloved lter. Mm Grae I'rUk, who wai calli.il hnie December 29. 1Ha"; Resolved, That In the death of Htr PrUk the onembvrs of Lady Oltdotone No, 0-1. Ordc Oaushteriof St. Gnr;:e, have lot oiif whom we have learned to love and respect, but we bow In humble nubmUKliHi to our Cre ator and ay, "Thy will be done;" Kksolved, That we love and chrl-h her memory, believlnir her to In- in that Temple above not made with hand, but eternal In ihm hen ven, and that we follow her In all that l pure and Rood; ' KtsoLvr.n, That we hen ty extend ou' deep ympathy to the bereaved family in time of ri-f. caused by th Ww of a loving wife and mother; we commend them to the rare of our Heavenly Father, who remernlxTth those that mourn; IlESOLVEn, Tbat a copy of the.c resolutions be ent to the family of our deceased tloter. a copy be recorded In our minuted, and b print ed In the Copper Country Evening Hlws, ami our charter be draped for thirty day. Cur slater la (tone where Jenun In. Anil w here no (tin or deat h can enter In . Hie knew the Saviour and lit way, Our tiater waa uoi atraid to die. Ct.ien a now Htm ix and In our prayer, Xtk. Ciod to meet our aUter there. M. A. iivrrrr, M.J. FUEKJUAN. Euima Ciiihiik. Committee. "Kllle Tailor." This comic nautical opera will be jsm formed by the leading vocal and draniHt ie talent of this city on Tuesday and Wednesday evening, February 4 and o. at the lied Ja kef ntW.ra House. Th opera had a run ol 000 performance at tho Hayuiarket Theatre, Looduu. nod buH been moat conscientiously studied by our local cast. Forty-fire persona and an orchestra of ten artists will take Dart in the produc tion. Lovely muic, special scenery, sp'endid costume and any amount of fun are special feature of thin opera. Tickets can be had at Niknnder's and Sodergren & Sodergren's drug store at the following price: Reserved seats, 5 cents; general admission to hall, 35 cents; gallery, 2.1 cents. Oasgbterw of Itrttrkali Officers. At the last regular meetingof D x il.eth Lodge, No. 15, 1), of H , the following of ficers were installed by D. D. O. M. Mrs. flarriet Crsi: Noble Oranl Mary Paraona. Vie Grand Mr. Mary Jawed. Iteoordlnj Fec'y. Mlta Chrlaiina McLood. Financial Secretary J. M. Glllet . K. 8. N. O. -Joseph I'bllilp,. L. 8. X. O.-Mn. William,. II. 3, V. G.-Mrs. McKenle. L. 8. V. O.-Mra. Thomaa. Warden Mrs. I't-nhallegon. Conductor Mrs. Phillip-. Chaplain-Mrs. GeoKe. Inaide Guard-Miaa Llz.le Moore. Outside Guard Mr. Stephen Tobln. At the regular meeting of Lmh Glad stone Lodge, No. 03, Daughters of St. George, the following oflker were In stalled br our I). D. M. J. Freeman: W. 1. P-Mra. Jennie Hancock. V. P. Mra. Aaentha Moyle. W. V. P.-Mra. Mary A. Govette. W. V. 8 Mra. Martha J. Freeman. W It. 8. Mra. He.Hi.le Holman. W. Treaa. Mrs. F.mma Hoims. W. C Mra. Nannie Goulette. W. F. C Mra. Caroline Trevarrow. W. 8. C.-Mm. Mury Main. W. I. O. Mr. Jennio Storms. W. O. G. Mm. Kli.tHith Klckard. W. V. ttec'y. Mr. Martha J. Freeman M akkikd Miss Annie, the eldest d ugh terof Mr. John M. Messner, of I'ine strict, was married last evening to Mr. 'Ailliarn ftrooks, of Ited Jacket. The wedding ceremony was performed br his Lo5or Jaa'ice Fi)in at the home of the bride a fat bsr. After the wedding th happy ou pie and a number of invited gufet down to sumptuous repast and the refKaiodr of tbeevening spent in tnerrr making and afsial enjoyment. For the present the newly married cou ple will reside with the brides father on Tine street. artf of riianhn. We. Ui U,: mnu of expreHn)fVur slncer thrAs tt- onr friends and n in bora who, ty tii'lr kind acts and words of symp'if'ir, hepfl ns and rnn red the Ut hour f.f O'tr beloved rtuchter Lilian, wto diexl Jc jar 20. j-cia!!y beautiful fl rul i.ffeiin and we assure them their kitidne4'w ill not soon be for gotten. Mu. avi Mitt. J. A.vpKtws. The jury jesterliy afternoon in the fiseof Sacri Loarinen, who wascharged with interfering with an oTcr, alter about an hour and a half deliberation. brought in a Terdi'-t of guiltT. The de fense wa that as the woman lVteraon, who was arrefed lor being drunk, was found in nn alley and not on the public streets, the ot!K-er hd no r ght to arrest her and beuce the prisoner committed no crimeoen if he did try to get her awa? from the otHcer. The jury, however, by their verdict, thought d ff -reutly. Me. C. U. Uranihxll hi resigned his position with the (jrand Union tea com pany in this city and will lenve Tr i'tii cago next Tu sdar. Mr. ltramhall has not derided whit he will do, but his many friend here wi.h. him every sue ce-s in w batever line id work l e tna take up. Mr. II. E. I'hil'ip. i,f A'pens, who bus had charge id th companrV store in that city and who i a buiiiess tuan in every enM id the word, is in the city and has already entered upon Mr. l'ramhairs duties. Tlirrel itii be Vtur HMirr. Mr, Tom S.-rek hns been appointed sole aent in the copier eount rv fir the cele brated niilicHted baNaui pillow whii-h i a sure cure for catarrh, sic k . headuhe, tiervousio-ss, i tieutnat iini, thnott aat lung tr-'tible, HHtha.a, neurMlgia, bron chitis, tileeplessnos, etc. lVrsons pur- haxing itie and not being satisfied with it after a month'a triil, can hive the money refunded by returning the pillow to Mr. Serek at hi celebrated tonsorial purlers in Fifth street, lied Jacket. Lake Linden. On Vednednf evening two boy were at rented lor tiutiug iu frout of ll -nues' ojtat UiHiact. Wnu brought btfore Justice McDonald, they teotititd thai they bad bt-eu urtd to U(ht liy soHie ol i Ue laeu w bo wtie standing arouuo Mhi.e the lui 1 wa Le.ukt fought. The cou: t UiMuirred theui ou iToiuine ol bet ter bebavior iu the future. t'apt. lioatsou eudeavured totstay here this wiuu-i, but louud the co d wealtiei as Kettibg the beet f the encounter. He y im ly UeiertuiLi'd to revinit Florida aud so leu by the iiimhi i nuu Kr St. Au t;tiliiie; be wa tii ! 1 y Mm. tioatnou uud their gr j i . . ( . , Misi. tjruce Mud u.Iuku. IhJ p.tity Mill be juined at NVgauutu by Mir Elizabeth lioatnou. yiaauurrude Ml tlie Itluli. The annual piize maquerude at the Far ice riuk will be hi Id tomorrow even ing and will fcuipis ull prev ious efforts of the iiitioieioeiit iu tin hue. 1 he FiliU Kegiuieut bund will br preseut uud luruisu uiuhic lor the occa- riou and a lare number of musters have ulieno'v eutred lor t he events. J. W. Fierce, ltepu lie, la., sas: "1 have used U ie Minute L'oiih l ure in tuj luuiily and (or mjseli, with result so sui isfnctor.v thin I can hardly bud words to express inelf as to Its merit. 1 will never f.iil to recommend it toothers, on every occasion that pr. st uts itself. EaOI.K Illll tJ PsTOHK. Ninetten members took part iu the rehearsal Inst uight for the exhibition to le given at the Armory tonight. Alter the regular di ill, a game id basket ball was indulged in, tLe greens defeating the reds by a score of G to .'J. Dou't fail to attend the exhibition totiiutit. Ad mission, only 2." cent-. Lnilies free. About twenty boys belonging to the Epim-opal church Sunday school aid a k i li if I v action towards young Martin Muiu, one i f their school fellows, who has been laid up with pneumonia for the past two mouths, tiv calling upon him iu a body and carrvlng with them fruit, nuts uud other dainties. The grand ball to fie given on next Tuesday evening by llccla Lodg. No. '.)(, I. O. O. F., proiiiises to be a social and fiuam ial success, judging from the num ber of tickets already sold. Karkeet's Ideal orchestra will furnish music for the event und ihisi sutllcient guarantee of its excellence. I. ale Arrival On the 22 I inst., a daughter, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ander son, on Eighth street. Oa the 2 id inst., a little girl, at theres ideuce of Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Suiuo, on Seventh street. Ilemember that the Iinptrial darcing club will give u social party at Wilniers' Hall next Tuesd.lv evening, January 2S. Music for the occasion will be furnished by l'rof. Solomou's orchestra. The pub lic is cordia!.y invited to attctid. Messrs. Kaufman & Swanon, fruit dealers, have dissolved partnership, Mr. Kaufman retiring. Mr. Swanson will continue the business at the old stand and respectfully solicits a shnre of the public batrouage. Npeclal .til et I ii if. A special meeting of the Junior Temp'e of Honor will bu held tins evening at 7:.T sharp. All member am requested to be present as Important business is to bi transacted. The Calumet Light Guard held its regu lar weekly drill at the armory Inst even ing. After the rifl drill the company was put through the setting-up exercise. It i tnmored thnt the State inspector is on hi round. Mis Sirah Fan entertained a number of her lady and gentlemen friends nt a very ple si. it card party at her home last evening. There were four tables and podro and whi-t were ph.y.d until late in the pi ening. Wa.vtiC A girl lor general housework. Apply tu Hr Wt4ur. ttiudor - tUuinut irotfv. ' Thirteen 'new juk- froti tt-f kw. 8 to 10 T'ars, have joined the A. U.C1 this past week. As soon m twelve more are secured, afternoon classes will be commenced. Junior membership fee, only 3. Aaotbar t'ktara fr Maen4 riain Those who have not yet taken oat their second papers will have an opoor tunity of doing so next Monday, when the circuit court will be in session. The funeral of the hte Mrs. Michael Daley, m ho died at South Lake Linden Wednesday evening, will be held Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock from St. Cecelia K. C. rhurcQ. Mr. F. W. Frescott, the broker o! Bon ton, is dead. The business of the firm of F. W. Frescott A Co , will be continued under the present firm name by his late associates. Mrs. Thomas Mathews, who has been visiting at the Jacka residence siuce the drst of January, went to Hancock last evening on her way borne to Detroit, Ureens Lea 4. The Heds held tbeir lead yesterday after noon, but early in the evening the Greens took the lead and are now ahead. Messrs. William Anderson, John Ben ch.it h, C. A. N. Frimodig and 11. F. Lar son went to Hancock this morning on business at the circuit court. Mr. E. W. Hatlock, of Beadle Hal lock, merchant tailors of Detroit, is in the city on his regular business trip in this section. ' Three car loads of lumber have arrived for the new ice house to be erected by the i'ortage Lake and Lake Superior ice company. We are pleased to state tbat Mrs. B. Suva's condition is very much improved today, and she is now considered out of lauger. Messrs Isaac Wallman, of L. Hennes' tore, and Charles llanshabn went to the county seat today to take out citizens' pper. Dr. W. K. West, of Like Linden, is as sisting the meilical staff at the Calumet uid Hetla hospital in the abnce of Dr. Shorts. Mrs. Nicholas Brown, of Copper Falls, ia in the city. Mr. Brown is laid upat home from an attack of pneumonia. Mr. M. D. Crawford, of Marquette, arrived in the city last evening and went to llaucock on the noon train. Messrs. J. C. and A. S. Iev.of Hancock, were visitors iu Bed Jacket on business yerterday. Mr. V. L. Benjamin, of Fond du Lac, is in lbd Jacket, registeied at the Taylor House. Senator Shelden, or Houghton, the candidate for congress, is in the pity today. Messrs. James Allen and A. J. Jones, of Hancock, were Calumet visitors yester day. Mr. Joseph F. Spellman, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,is registered at the Calumet House There will be a band concert at the Sal vation Army barrack tomonow evening. Fashionable good piano, f S3. Oates, Auctioneer. Uv. J. A. Richards, of Detroit, is in the city, registered at the Calumet Hotel. Fred Goulette, of Hennes' store, was a business visitor to Dollar Bay today. Mr. D.wid Kingston, of Eagle Harbor, is in the city for a few days.' Mr. Ernst Bollman went to Milwaukee today for a few days. Mr. F. S. Carlton went to the Portage Lake cities at noon. Mr. Jacob Dolpb, of Marquette, is in the city on business. Mr. Herman Bibber is confined to bis bed by a severe cold. Mr. F. A. Kohlhaas went to Houghton on the noon train. ('apt. W. A. Child is on the sick list. Waited I 'or "Amen." The dor of a clergyman in Yorkshire had ceitniu religions iustincta, and when ho huw tbu books brought ont for evening prayer retired to bis corner. Ono evening they vere brought ont whilo buvvuH gnawing a bone. Instinc tively he dropped it and withdrew. The cat, being a puaii and carnivorous, took possession of the Imuic. The dog glower ed at her, but budged uot an inch. Scurcoly had tho lust "amen" Bounded wheu lie mule one spring Tho fate of that cut I have uot words to dehcribe. London Spectator. A Spider Goes A-naking. FrofcFsor Berg, at Buenos Ayres, has luade the discovery of a spider that catcher fi.sh at certain seasons of the year. Iu n shallow part of the stream it weaves between the stones a double sid ed or funnel shaped net, into which, tunning upon the water, it drives little tadpoles, thoso well known fishlike larvm of the frog. The shriveled busks or -kius of these creatures, which lie strewn in great iinmbero about the spl dor's nest, show plainly that it thorough ly oudt maudd its business. Bunte Allcrlti. Thrrr'a Homrthlng In This. Au Australian siadety has circulated a card with a list of questions covering almost everything that young Christians could nttenipt. In order to ascertain Just what work is most suited to the indi vidual member, each is requested to put a cross against tho work that ho would like to nndrrtake. The first card is fol lowed by another, on which the receiver is requested to enter a record of work douo. Both lookout and .nominating ooiuuiitbtc would &utl tfwi liat bolo : g We Carry a Full Machinists' Tools. Aleo agents for Brown 1 Sharp, Stevens and Welles' tools. Anything in the line of toi ls we ran tumish on a few days notice at manufneturera prices. CARLTON HARDWARE Co., RED JACKET. iSZ5ZSZ25ZSZ5SZSZSZ25ZSZS5Z5ZS?5ZlviLSZ25Z5ZSZ5Z5Z5c Gittlers Bargain Store Don't ask us where we got tbem, but this ie what we sell tbem for. Ladies' Watches, siwi coid. m, Eigfn movement. $20.73. Bora' gold filled watches, Elgin movement f 13.85 Ladies' solid silver watches, $2.95. Roers JBros.' Knives and Forks. $3.50. 7- Roger Bros' Tea Spoons tl. 25. Solid Cold Rings for Babies, 45 Cents. Silver Butter Dishes, $1.75. Five Bottle Castors, $1.85. Ladies' Solid Cold Pens With Cases, Only $1.75. ALL OTHER GOODS ACCORDINGLY. Don't forget tbat every lady uurcbnser of f 2 will be presented itb a solid silver thimble. . . The Watchmaker and Jeweler. Prof. Thurtell II aa Made Trips to the ADAM PIANOS. i In introducing the Adam Bchaaf Pianos wuuwj, uon.niiuBinit iuat it um uwu Upright Piano Equal to the Best Grand Untiring effort has been crowned with complete success and these new rnrleht fianos take rank as the most perfect Instruments of their class ever coi-srructed r,".V ". "'"a manuiarinrers. ra-ina established n thleairo since 1878. and his Upright Pianos are the result of nearly thirty vears Practical st ndv and ex rHrtHnr . J ' Jrn Sold by JAMES D. KINNEE, 507 Oak St.. Red Jacket. p. o. Box. 393, Calumet, Mich. ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! Red Jacket Opera House, , FIVE NIGHTS ONLY, COMMENCING ' . TTTES T FBAHK TUCKER'S THEATRE COMPANY ! . In one of the Kreatest five act dramas ever written, entitled "Brother Against Brother" in her beautiful dances, at the People's ' Popular Prices, 25, 35 -.AJSnD SO OE1STTS. IslplDK Hiss Teut, No. 91, LO.B. All members of the above Tent are re quested to attend the next regular meet log to be held on Saturday evening next. January 25, when there will be work in tb Initiatory degree. IVlng the last Saturday in the month, it is also the rejr ular degree meeting and degreee will be conferred on those presenting themselves who are entitled to receive tbem. J W llOHKVRAft, C It. W. Wattihs, It. 8. .; - Rootblnar, healing, clf'aoslnju'lii'Vrittks Witrb If aael Salve is the enemy to lores, wounds aod piles, which it o,vtr (ails to cure. . Htm Itchlnjc uid burtlug , Uires ttarpwil Up Qjsdtold oia la two. or ttm hours'. ' Eaulm ifi PmH . Line of Starrett's HOUGHTON. M. GITTLER, PROF. E. D. TI1URTELI , EXPERT OPTICIAN. Has again taken rooms over the (jrand ,' Uuion Tea Store, For ONE WEEK Only Commencing Friday, January 24. Office Hours, from 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Cooper Country the Past Ten Year to the musical public of the copper ine aim 01 Mr. Adam scuaal to produce an in Tone and Durability and Square Pianos. JAN. 28. '. Iiarf Neduaiion Orten' Rives people a poor opinion of roatikhd. so does inferior brands of ber. Drink our Superior Stock beer and the world will look briuhtw to jnU. The Ro Buwwa,.U lidyn. An tNv swn rt, SCHAAF ! J :-.V II It Our Aflyance Sale ! rnfixnsfor next ee.i i. ..... ... in ..toiriitn tu off'-r tle ladies of Calumet and vl'lmty a wrue and complete line ol hltfh-clasi noyenn- i t.i ..! fulirics. We are HUH U'rpi r..., . -- in psiiion now to show you specialts d h will beh.wn oidy by us, as e have their ex luslve sale. You are la-Klnniug to think of your spring sewing. We Have the New Treations ! In cotton wash fabrics, silk, wool inly, tures, cotton anil silk wab goods. Heie are a few samples: Organdie Tissu- de Luxe W ' Organdie Sni-se 20' Victoria Lar Lawn ' ' Cord, 8 Us Mud I'-p Midlothian Z-i hrs 2"' (itat.iiin Cloth 2e Ivit(IUh l'e cailes I''" H .ok'old IVnangs IS'1 Silk Weaves Scotch Plaid Silks 0V White Goods at 5c to 30c, in plain, striped, wenve, plaids, checks, figures and dots. J. Vivian, Jr., & Co. 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 then intend, to take our annual inventory, therefore we are selling them at unheard of low prices. Sivert THE most celebrated makers of fine CH1NAWARE in France, England and Germany are represented in the stock of fancy Dinner and Tea Sets, as well as odd pieces, at E. IRY-AJtr'S. 1 GO II 3 OUI UlClOOi just the show-case containing the uirest line prices 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 Gartner. IN ORDER TO ME BOOH I will si ll from now until further notice our entire stock of Capes. Cloaks, Men's and Boys Overcoats, Ulsters, Mens and Boys' Clothing At a Strictly Cost Price. Convince Yourself of tho Above Assertions at Jacob Gartner's. Next to Blft Mike's Place. U 0 H g a! 0 Gartner. HOLDONE MINUTE! Are Are Tnn PoinK tobaveyouf ..n put in enane for m xt su nmers w,,rk? In e.ther ra call on JAMES McHARDY. In the ,.ry t, li u'uti u airtIiVu'.r-,,JM Vi" " ncw Job p umi, rmi Slirt st Ju,t iCMil.l.le a priw nol. nvl.r-. Patronize Your Special Attcution , : w iJAMESMqHARDY, T Next to Opera sixth Street R.d' Jacket. l . -M J I Will Not Be Lower. In fact they lire higher. In price today than Isst fall. However, our price l lower than ever. We have a lot to which we call pNP. tieiilar attention. S-nie "inter weight ith-rs suitable for 12 months inthejenr! PerftH tly new. 20 to 33'i per cent less to close out. Table Linen. rOVEU.S-Hi4, 10x4. 12x4, f 1 23. to !. XU'KlXS-SiS, 3x4. 7xM. 75c to f 1 -er Ll'M M LOTUS 4x4, 5x5, Cx4. Q 0(K- t.. 12 SO. Do lies, Tray Cloths, Squares. Cottons, Sheetings, Pillow Casings, SO inch ottoiiH. Cambric Musbn, at Iuhm pricts und in all leading brands. J. Vivian, Jr., & Co. Olson. m ou can't think of what to suit for present, call at RYAN'S STORE andexan.in of cut ulass ever oteued in this city, and at E. RYAN'S. 0 p 0 4 Home Industries. Given to llorseshoeinjf.