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Death of Mrs. Susan Thomas at Lancas ter. Wis. A llrlcf Sketch of Utr Life. The I'OMrrit Uiua Mr tb Aarleitt ut Aflalr Tawarfcck Items. 11 r. Joseph Thomas, vf Hlue Jacket, ha. returned from Lancaster, Wis., where be ba J be-n to hurj Li mother At tbe request of many of the deceased lady's friends, who a ell known here, wcprict the follou ion obituary notice published in the Ttlur at Lancaster, Win-: "However bh tbe the season or proro icinj; Ibe bop, there is a shadow which punue ail laud and driven the suni-bine Irouj eerv bt-art. l"eath tax Hulled out and taken from our botite circle auutt.tr dear Iricutt, auother loved mother, and our heart, m uuUon v itb tbe bereaved family, are sad aud sorrowful. "Air. Susan Tbouias, ho lonjj UDd fav orably kuowu. baa gone frouj our icidxt and we uo moiv t-ball look upu her kindlj face or listen to ber cbevrful voice. (!(d id bii iiitinite wisdom to fultill bin promine bas sent for her that btre He is there t-he luav la aUo. A briel bifor of this estimable ladv's life inar not be inappropriate: "Mr Suari Thorns washornat Cam borne, Kulaud, May I'll. 125, and di-rl at Laucaier, Win.. Jttuuar, '. lb'.6. Making all tbe dy tf ber li'e, 7u 3 ear-. 7 wombs aud 1G dj. Tbe funeral, which wan larlv attended, took place January N, from the home of ber dautth trr, Mr 1 V. Ortoo, at Lancaster, aud wa in charm of IIcv. K. T. L'd wards, of tbe Kpiwopal church, who conducted the tervice in its poleiun vet beam iful ritual cfth-Ond. Tbeuce, at tb request o tbe d-cased, in a plaiu but elegaut colli u unadorned by flowers or tbe trappings of woe, the body wan curried to her former Louie iu l'ntieh Hollow, and there, mid tbe suuhiue of h h inter's day, aud the heart broken sobs aud fallinz tears of ber family aud uatbered neighbors, wa pentiy laid to r-ht. Aud humbly now the bleeps, not in tbe co d.cbeerlcMt.froMt chained chambers of tbe earth, but iu tb radiant niaiiHioiix of the Hkit'H, where al is peace, joy and rent. "At the age of S. tears. April 10, Is48, usau Arthur, (ucb wa ber tuaideu name) gave ber heart and hand to John Adam in wedlock and the young couple immediately Hi!ed for America; tirst com ing to Miueral Point, where they tv iii tined a -hort time and then to i'oton, where iu plensautnes and peace the sunshine of ber many days. Her youny kubaud, John Adams, at the ae of 'JD jearn, met with sudden death in the l'o toni luineH. Hecember 0, Hs.'il. There h tie daughter by thia uiarriae, now .lrn. (Irton, of Laiicaoter, bo mil Kurvivea. Af er remaining n w idow for n few yearn, i n June 21, 1n."."), die wa remarried to Joseph Tuouuih. then a youmr man aud formeraciiuniutatice. He died ut Untinh Hollow May 2, 1K77; the fruit of their tiiarriane beiug heven children, all of hom aurv iveaud w ere in attendauce at their niother'M funeral. They are Mth. T. F. Urton, Lancaster; Mrs. Thoman Welmteraud Mina Sue Thomaa, of Scales Mound; Mtm. (J. Altona, Galena; Joaepb Thomaa, Calumet, Mich.; aud William and Samuel A. Tbomaa, of l'otoei. For tbe luxt few yearn of ber life. Mm. Thoma bein quite feeble, naided uiotly with herchiliJreu at w hone several homea nbe wan ever a w elcome and contented tt'i-nt. whe loved them and th-ir little fninilien with a mother' teller affection aud ttiey iu return w ere kind auU loyeublt to b r. "From ber childhood upward her mind wan imbued with reliioun thought and be loved to read her Bible aud dwell anionic (Jod'n people. She made her own home a "houne of prayer' ami regularly couductcd religioun worship tlitreu. l'or Ionic earn .he wan a devoted mem fr I the Metbodint church aud bad an anchor both Mireatid ntearlfant reacbinj; within the vale which made earth hap pier ami heaven more uear und beautiful. Oiten ban the writer met ber in the daily walkn of life wearing the name inexprenn iblenmileof nweetnen n hercouuteu auce; bearing tbe fame cheerful hope of Leaven in her Kudtlenn heart. Few women have lived a more exemplary chrintian I fe or died a more peaceful christian death. "Sbo ntl no tears who UveJ a noble life." "Her journey inended earth'nnhadows and fuiit-hme fall do more upn her peacful pathway, tJi i-ilver cord in I joeuer which joined loving honrt on earth, but we will not lament her. She haa faithfully performed the tat-k which ber M -inter gave her to do and ha now gone to receive tbe eternal reg ard at the tat.r! .f her loving Savior, (iod ban e ivtn berreht, home and heaven." A. O. I". Coiieerl. Court Robin 1 1 rod, Xo. V2H'.. A. 0. F.. celebrated the 19th annivernary of ita or ganization with a grand concert in the lodge roomn in the f 'nion building lrtnt Saturday evening which was largely at tended by tnemhern of the order and a number of invited friendn. Little John Lodge, No. 2, Juvenile liratch, aleo turned out in good numbern. An inter esting program. toDninting of a yocal duet by Meenrn. Haynen and (jilen, a nolo by Trof. F. K. Andrewn. a violin duet by Albert Voelker and Prof. Arndt, a nolo by Mr. r.otictina, n duet by Minn Nellie Mundy and Mr. John I'.incombe, a aolo lV Mm. Main, a literary eelection by Mr. -Martin Hurper, a guitar and piano duet by Mm. Janiea Tucbeil and Mr. ThotnnM fVok, a romie nong by Mr. .1. ('. Glannon, n wlwtion by Mennm. Williama.Cook and Curnow and a comic song by F. (J. Dan ielnon, wan rendered and thoroughly en joyed by all, many of theperformem hav ing to respond to encore. Mr. YV. E. Jnnielnal-o tcave nonie Interenting facta ami figure- concerning thin well-known society and the good it ha done. After the roncert tbe member and friendn re pairer to the banquet room of the Lubt (Junrd Armory w brp an elaborate nnp ftr wa awaiting them. ntft I'mhi Taruarark, Mr. L. i". 7, -iter. of tLr ro nprrafive wtore, r turnr ! Fii'ltiy fiom a two wicW tacutio i'af'd isit witli relatiria in le tioit. No. 1 hhuli Taujarack elmt dowu the nihtsbift gam Iat Saturday night and more men will be put on tLe.dajhlift C&cg there act! u.Ieo at No. 2 tb&ft. Tbt II. & C. railroad baa been banting rock on Sunday for tbe Tamarack mine for the pant three or lour month, but yesterday waa the Uot day of thi extra work a the company now able to at tend to the w ork on w orking day. Mr. Samuel TeDoett, of the clerical force at the Tamarack dor, returned lat week from a yiait with friend in Chi cago and IVtroit. Ilvxk ia being ent down to tie Tama rack mill at Lake linden for the founda tion for two more bead which will .bortlT be erwted in the mil'. With the additional bead the mill w ill baye evtn bead in good condition. Contractor Coppo ha a large force of team hau'icg tiojber for the Tamarack mine and the work in being puohed vigor ously. Mr. T. C l'.uixo baa returned fn-m a two week' vinit with friend and rela tive at Iron Mountain. Wall for 1 h.lr Keariw. The following letter from Ir. ISxkn exp'ain itself: Hoi ghton, Mich., FebroarT 1 "V To tie &Ltorx fom Mr W. H Verity, 01 rect friu .!itoctfter, ". H.. conrlnn w hat w a nait 10 your i.gro theolnt. He U abnlutrlv wjtUSe1 the solvency id the aoriation. Wd bae the new clane of to k out br oex e"k, ratified bv the bank comminwionrr f New Hampshire. I understand t'e Hofiton paper aretaking the back tra k. Will keep you informed of in a Mem a fat a received. Youw rtn(ectfu'ly. W E. I'orknY. Manager l'pjer IVuinnula. We gather, from a long article in the Petioit Evening New of Friday lat, that thing may not he a Derene aa the above letter would weem to dignify; otherwise tbe State of M'chigan would Hearceh think it worth while to nend three of it ract expert accountant a I the way t New Ilampnbire to examine the book of 1 he association. We would advice all our reader to let theGranite at-aociation alone until the State official return and make their report. I'rcnident F. S. Ca. Iton, of the Michi can IIardae annociation, showed tbe reporter the invitation to the flmt aemt annual meeting of the acsociation to be held at Saginaw, on Febrna'y 12 and l.M in the room (f tbe Eat Saz'naw club and the program included in the invito ton cat not fail to be of inurent to evry liye man In tbin line of lu-inia Tie program inelud "h V 1 i a n "Tbe be t meth' d o!i a 1.. ... ! n.a'n tainngharmo y between local dealers,' "The retailer, tbe jobber and tbe travel ing man," "Tbe trayrl ng man's view ol if ," and many others by men who are horoughly competent and up to-datein their idea. Exch topic will afterward be pen to diacues'on bj tie me u berg and in thin way much Itenefit can b de led from the ire -ting. Thr prnfram a no include a ban met nt the Fact Saginaw club on Thumday evening the l.'lin. 1 1 e entertainment committee conBiet of T. A. Harvev and J. F. Wolf, of Saginaw, and S. I. Mcl onald, of liay City, pnf they are working hard to give a'l who ottend a pleasant time. Al dealers, whether member of the nt-nor iat ion or not, are invited and it ia boped that many of the local dealers will attend the meeting. 4ernmn Aid Celebration. The (iermnn Aid society will celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of its organization in this city on rebruary 7. The Hancock, Houghton and Lake Lin den eockticH will attend and will be met at the depot ut 2 o'clock In the afternoon bv the local society, beaded by the Fifth Ilegirnent band, and the four societies and band will then parade through tbe principal afreets of the city. In the even ing there will be danciDg in the Opera Houne and Wilinem' Hall and supper will be t-erved in the latter place l he Fifth Regiment band will furnish munic for dancing. No invitations will be innued and the public is cordially in vited to attend. Tickets, including sup per, l.fiO per coupK litre ted Ollleer. The German-American bowling club lately elected officers as follows for tbe ensuing year: Prenldent Ferd EnselnanH Vler'-l'ri'Mdent Herman HlbU-r. Socrctiiry Joseph Wllmern. Trcasurer--Iti.Hilniek Kaiser. Arran'-'i'inent Committee John Knlvel. Louie Sltillsky und Joncph il eroiann. The club jieifected arrangements for its annual uiam rnde ball, to bo given on the 17th of tbin month, and can promise that this year's event will eclipse, if pos sible, the ball given last Tear. After the businesn part of the program was com pleted the members sat down to a rabbit supper. Tbe treasury of the club is iu an excellent condition. "Tlie IHaniMiid Itoulierr.' The Frank Tuckr theatrical compiny rioted a most successful week's engage ment in this city Inst Saturday evening, when the great five oct drama, entitled. "The Diamond Itohbery," was presented to a good-sized house. So (be of tbe spe cialties introduced brought down the bouse. In the afternoon a family mati nee wns presented to a crowded house, the little folks turning out in good num bers to see Little (Jracie in her own play. Messrs. Peter I'era &. Co. have just re ceived a large Mock of ansoited wines, tbe genuine article, direct from the Ital ian, Swiss, Atcricultural colony, Asti, and California in order to make it convenient for their patrons. Mesnrs. I'era & Co. will move Saturday into the basement of the Provincial Hotel. No. 211 Sixth street. Parties who are desi rous of purchasing good wines should call on them and examine their stock in the wine cellar. Col. Frank II. Lyon, of the Fifth Ueiri- ment, M. X. fl. i in recelnt of n mnt of special order Xo. o, insuer from Lan sing and signed by William 8. Green, adjutant general, ordering the inspector general to vinit the newly organized militia company at Iron Mountain which baa applied for admission Into tbe State service, and if his Inspection is satinfac tory, the company w ill be admitted mm company E. Filtb Regiuut. A Hear 4ttck By an enemy is danceroua. So i the use of impure beer. Fee tbe itujKrior Stock beer of the Bosch brewing company which i guaranteed tocontain o..Iy malt od hop. All dealers sell it. Do you uaeit? Manager Edward rinetb, of the Park oe rink, received a telegram thi morning fjm Jame W. Troyer, tbe fast skater bo ia now at Ibpemiug, stating that ft would be here tomorrow (Tuesday) upon which evening a one-mile race, be t w ecn bimse.f and Albert Davey, w ill take olace and be wishes to arrange for a two. mile race on Thursday evening, further particulars of which w ill be announced a soon a the competitor for such a race comte forward. The funeral of the late Marcua Simon ton, who waa killed last week in I'oll man's cacuD, was held jesterday after toon from tbe Norwegian M. E. church, on Eighth street and largely attended, a reat many of bis fellow workmen from the lumber camps coming to pay tbe last sad respeeta to their departed com rade. The remains were laid at rest in Lake View cemetery. ftuuday Afternoon Meeting. The Y. M. C. A. meeting yesterday fternoon at the Opera House was crowd--d to tbe doors and a great many were turned away. Prof. Thomas Wills, Jr , gave au interesting and instructive de scription of tbe life of Christ and illus trated bis lecture with a large number of very beautiful views. Tbe boxes for the postal service were receive last evening and some of the t her articles neceesary for the free de livery of tbe mails have alno arrived. ' h" civil service examinations for posi tioas of carriers will be held on March 7 u the Opera House. It is not liek, however, that any will ' be needed for nome time. The resolutions adopted by members of the First Methodist Episcopal church of ''"alumet, endorsing thesenatebill regard ing tbe Armenian persecutions were for warded to our representative in congress an on tbe 28th ult. tbe Hon. Sam M. Stephenson presented them, when tbey were referred to the committee on foreign affairs. The name of Supt. James MacXauzh ton, of the Cbnpin mine, Dickinson cojoty, is prominently mentioned in con nection with the oflice of district dele gate. The friends of Mr. Charles E. Miller, a prominent lawyer of Gogebic county, are bringing his name forward in connection with tbe same position. Mr. W. J. Hoi man, the well-known in surance man, has moved his oflice fix tures, etc., from the rooms in the Borgo block into those formerly occupied by W. E. Steckboure. w here he is dow very comfortably located. Mr. llolman's new offices are much more convenient and pleasant for his work. Itevlval Service. Fnion evangelistic services, conducted by Rev. A. M. Hills, tbe noted evangelist, of Oierlin, O., will be held tonight and every evening this w eek at 7;30 o'clock in tbe Congregational church, Calumet,-to abicb all are cordially invited. Soothing, healing, cleansing, De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the enemy to sore, wounds and piles, which it never fails to cure. Stops itching and burning. Cures chapDed lips and cold sores in two or thre hnnrs. F.Afti.v. I tnvn RmrtR. Modern Woodmen of Amerlm. There will be a regular meeting of Seneca Camp, No. 1247, at their hall in the Union building this evening at 7:15. A full attendance is requested. . W. E. Stkckhaueu, Clerk. Tbe infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buddo, of Fiith street, died last night. Tbe funeral w ill be held tomor row morning from the French Catholic church and the body interred in tbe He la cemetery, Tbe time for entries for tbe ice-skating tournament at tbe Park rink expires this evening at 0 o'clock and all who wish to participate in the contest must band in their names in to Manager Ulseth before that time. Peter Pera, the well-known wine mer chant, is now comfortably situated in his wine cellar in the Provincial Hotel build ing. The new place is much more con venient and better suited to Mr. Pera'a business. t'alumet Lodge. Xo. 134. I. O. O. F. There w ill be a regular meeting of the aboye lodge on the evening of Tuesday next. Work in the third degree. A full attendance is earnestly requested. Miss Anna Keboe was very pleasantly surprised at ber home by a number of friends on Friday eyening. There were twenty-flye couples present and all snent an eojoyable evening. Hon. C. D. Sheldon, of Houghton, ac companied by Mr. II. C. Chowen, of Great Falls, Mont., visited friends in copperdom's metropolis on Saturday. Mr. John Climn. of th FarU tm store, is the proud father of a aon, who arrived on Sturdy last at the wldenee of Mr. and Mrs. Climo, ia Sixth trwt. The National Stewart! ivvi'.:. Tho Handsnmost SEE IT. BUY Aud if you are not satisfied that it in tLe be-t working etove made, you may have vour moiiev back. Carlton Hardware Co. Red Jacket. Mr. James Saudem, . late of Fond dti Lne, Wis., ha ncceptul a ixtsition with the Peninsula electric light comvnny in place of Mr. John Roberts, resigned. Cnpt. James Wilcox, of Iron Mountain, who came here a few days ago with tbe body of his son James for burial, w ill leave Wednesday for Crippie Creek. 'llillee Taylor." Dress rehearsal tonight ut 7:30 o'clock at the Operu Houte. Only members and orchestra w ill be admitted. A reirular mceticg of Hecla Lode No. 90, 1. 0. O F., Wednendny evening Feb. ruary 5. Work in initiatory degree. A full attendance is requested. Miss rertbi Kohlbnas entertained a plennnn t party of young people last Fri day evening, the occasion being the an niversary of her birthday. Miss Lucile Spuulding entertained a number of lit tl friends at a pleasant birth day party at her borne on Willow avenue last Saturday afternoon. Mr. F. W. Preston, the express mes sen eer, left for Milwaukee on Saturday. It is reported he will bring a Mjs. Preston back w ith him. Mr. James Merton. of tbe Calumet nnd tleelarlratmhtirig oflice, is on the sick list, suffering from nn attnek of la grippe. To Kent Six rooms on Willow avenue with all modern conveniences attached. Thomas Mkxzies. . Our national lighk oil pleases all who try it. Would it not please you? Lyon's 11 AllDWAItK. Our line of import! d woolens at $20 Tbe suits fell themselves. See them. Oatkh, Tailor. The Y. M. C. A. membership content now stands: reds, 51; greens, 53. Ladies, reds, 1-1; greens, 21. Remember, StecKbuuer is now ready for business nt thrt Oily art gallery for merly occupied by Ilickard. Mr. Joseph Weismiller. of Hancock, is attending to Mr. Prestou's butiuess dur ing tbe latter's nbnence. Mr. J. H. Lntbrop, of the Calumet and Hecla mine office, returned last evening from a visit to Iiarugn. The Y. M. C. A, board of directors will meet this evening in the reading room at 7;30 o'clock. To IIkxt Five rooms, upstairs, on Third street, Laurium. Apply to Sam Mawrence. Mr. G. It. Watts, the piano tuner, in in Hancock for u few days nt llohrcr's jew elry store. To Rk.nt Four rooms on Lake Linden nvenu, Liurium. Apply to Samuel Trathen. A good farm (10 acres) storked, f G50. Other farms any price from Oates, land agent. Mr. James Mcllardy went to iuel!rt and Coppo's lumber camps today on bus iness. Mr. John Sanders, of Hancock, visited Calumet friends Saturday and Sunday. I have some bargains in Inrms. Oati.-.. Land Agint. To Ukxt Uooum over the Stur cloth ing store. Apply at tbe store. All holiday gnml at greatly reduced prices at Vert in Bros.' Oates is making a dandy suit, for 15. Vital Coppo in on the sick list. I'wternal Advice. "Micky," snid Mr. Dolan to hi eon. "Oldo bo nfrnhl yor gelllu to boadudo." "I hope not." "Well, Oi'va noticed yez wcarln yer Sunday clothes tho week t'rotigh, an that yez gavo up yer Job In t ho bmcksmll It .liop Ol want to say, wblnut bari uni till niiy body's feelln'e, Hint It'll do yez no hurt to bo ml II 11 up ,vr sleeves inni-nnn yer trou er k'si." Wu-hiiigton hiar. A great many ptrons IkHcvo that ant do not ;r-cp. '11,1s iip( rtlllon arixen from I bo fact that. In' iipmidlyrht nl(jliti during the-summer ants bavo often been ciu ut work about thi ir litht New Himreblrc hn ),; I mill aid f;io tory hands, whoso bibors produco every year 85,770,&lO worth of manufactured good W Ui Xi . Cast Rancro Mario. IT- TRY IT. Houghton. llonrder Wauled. I enn accommodate six boarders, price $18 per month. House over Sam Maw rence's store, in the Jermain blrx k, Front street. I'ktku Cakky. "Give me a liver regulator and I enn regulate the world," said a (ieniim. The druguint handed him a bottle of Di Witt's Little Eurly Risers. Eaolk Pkcq Stouk. Tho Leader, R"Uieniber, our great, clearing sale 1 dresn goods and silks will continue lint il Saturday, February 8. prices very rea souable. Ct i.XAX Sinil-SKV. One Minute Cough Cure touches the rgutspot. It also touches it at the rigat tiuie if you take it when you have a cough or cold. See tbe point? Then don't counh. E wh.k Diiro Stokk. 1'oviihIi Twxeit, All taxes mut be settled before Febru nry 20. Same mty be paid at tbe .Ierch ants' & Miners' Ibink. Math Saii.kh. TreaMirer. It not only is so, it munt be so. One Minute Cough Cure nets quickly, and that's what makes it go. Kaoi.kDiu ii Stokk. Waxtkd A middle-age woman as idaiu cook in a large fain ly. Apply at thin office or Lock Ilox 32, Houghton, Mich. Go to the City Hakerv for your fint pas tries. Angel food, fruit cake always on hand, (ream puffs Fridays and Satur days. Our lodge room can rented tor meet ings on Saturday eveuings. Sivkrt Olhon John M. Messner i Son are now pre pared to put up ice for all parties wbode- sire it nt the lowest possible price. Smokers, if you nave failed to find a :igar to suit you, try "Heimlich's orowo," the best in the market. Ladders of nil sizes lor sale nt Arm strong Si Thii'lmau's luinlier vard. N TM K. Tiie tlfl h annual nioelinir of the inein hers of the THiimrark 'o-oik tm! lye uhoocIh (lull will lie liexl nt Tiiiimruoi. .).... I I. on Miiuroay. IVIu uiiry h, Ht 7 o'r-lnck III t lie evening t r ..liw.t I.. . ..r .l.. ... ...i suction of ut'b otlar lni.lnei uh tuny coino , , ' WILLIAM M. IIAUUIH, Sec'y Calutni t, Mich . Januiiry 21, 1MM1. McClure & Jacka, Proprietor of Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Flrt-cla rips st manonablo urtoen. Ilorneg THE CITY BAKERY. NKLS.OX V SiTK AMIKI.I.. 'r.i'n. IroiitStnof. . ICtl.lnrkct. Fre-di titen.l enn In- I. ml n tlio fiillowliiir 1h--(.: Isttia-Hck nttil IIih-Ih More. Il. tm. H to. s. II0I1111111V Wlliliiinn'. Iie,l Jack. , hikI cake every fut unlay. ID. 3D. S.f Dental Office, Over Star Clothing Store. OFFICE HOHUB-8 tolls. m. ltop.m. And t to R svnnlnrt 1 MEISSINAS, CALIFORNIA, SEEDLESS, NAVALS, SWEET FLORIDAS ! Early Vegetables. Fancy Bananas, 2Gc Per Doz. Sweet Potatoes nnd OyMtrr IMants. Crushed Oyster Shells for Chicken. Holman & Williams. Oranges Dranses The Baby's Wants ! Give Mothers Anxious Thought and Care, Needed Accessories For Its War-Irons W ean Sunnl. Hm wre n few samples: Infants' saxony shirts (? 25 rent to 75 lUwben's Infant wr.ppe-s di 3 o rent, to 70 cents InMitis' ho-e, sr.li-i w bites and blaclrs with silk f-es and heels. Hoods and ihos. Ian,silk and wool H 2ovrnU to f 1. Linl.roHeried squares (fltnnel) $1 2.I. $150, J2andt2r,0. Whlt I- launel s ith linen aad silk warn. i ;,H ceats to ' vn'-. otton flannel, bleached and brown. !icetsnp. Shater flani el, white, f cents to 2-i. Infant-' soft sole shoes; largest ll-e hon. - Infants' skirts, dressy and loncan-l sh-ot l -aks. Kn.broi.leried flaio-el, flanneb-tt aud Scotch llauuel, draper linen, beddiuir, lres fl tnnel. Cottons and Cambrics, Walnsooks, dimities, lawns, etc. llibs, rings, pins, waist, soap, towels, etc. J, VIVIAN, JR., & CO. The Most Durable Material Used in Upholstering is Leather. Wo 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. IRlrT-AJSTS. Cut Glass. the hhow-ense containing the nicest line of 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 E. RYAN'S. Gartner. IS ORDER TO I will sell 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. Convinco Yoursolf of tho Abovo Assortlon8at Jacob Gartner's. Next to Dig Mlko'o Placo. n u a 0 Gartner. HOLDONE An 'LV-js'I f !?''"' - w.irn , in euDer rase can on JAMES McHARDY. T fun n - ... In tLo vc,y u'.P, lu1.UrlaUn"RUuHVa.,,il', Patronize Your Home Industries. Klecinl Attention (liven to llorsesboeinu. JAMES McHARDY. Next lo Opera House, sixth Street. Red Jacket. Olson. If you enn't think of w hat to suit for present, just rail ut RYAN'S STORE andexamin cut glass ever ojened in this city, and at MINUTE I V!" " Tirw'"1". " J' ey Job, P MAKE ROOM 0