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nijbtit of all la UtJcai&g Towcr
Highest Grado. The
Tho. Peer of
SOLE AGENT FOR THE COPPER COUNTRY.
We also sell the following Al pianos:
ggBp 4 l'o., 0a me worig-irnwwnw xjhi -
im4 of bsle. or want nntlo?nnt. or
itnitktBi tky wih to Mil or escbanis or
kar koisM to wot or wiib w rent kovm to
rtrtli In tee Want Column of the Kvasrxa
Vtl No bauar aan mb bo had to 111
FOR. S-AJLjE !
THE MICHIGAN HOUSE.
feresr of Otk and Slith Stresta, Bed Jaekat.
LtMaaaK block Calumet, known aa
ft eaorit a propertv on Lake Llndaa road.
Lata 1 and t, aloes. . Tamarack City.
ilan laprortd and onltnprored Farm Landa
Pt Mia aad to lease. A tie lot of Timbered
tanas, la lala and adjoining county, for aala.
Akttrasti of Title furulahed.
J. A. 8 11 Kit II AN,
Bm t.fttreVel Did. Ilescfataa, Mich.
H. H. TlJIlVllMfcrf.
Psier Trains on N. R. B. E.
Ia Iffeet Deeembar M. IS..
n aaiLt areamare
!.tf 11 1! KM Jacket 8 3u 40 10 1
.9 ll.'l I M Laurluna I I M 10.01
....8.18 I. .f
t.K 1 Pu Haiiood ...,T 40 1.6'J I. SO
I. l.ll I.M Uouitien T.'JO 1.40 l.
fV!Y tDansiet ftua'av.
few TraiEi n H. & C. B. R.
Ii fffe Doemcr ltd.
U 1. ..... Lake Lis' en.. ..B. SO I M
Ill in Llowood... . ...1.11 l it f.M
U 6 OS OtMndea 8.19 1.8 I Mi
J 1. 1. 10 Mills 8 10 t.10 I
n I l it .... Tfooaalfls 1.01 t 11 t.l
.81 i II Dollar Hay 7 M t.M t W
Ml .....t-ancoe 7.40 l.iw l.ll
i 11 in Houghton
a a a Ar Lt
...7.10 l.W t.cs
pa f n id
'VtSlf Dally ezeevt Sunlar.
la a feet December II, 18M. ,
f HAIHS L1AYE HOUOBTOR
Per Patrott sod the eaat 7:00 a m.
Cbteaieand HarquetU 1.U p. m.
T1ATSS ARRIVE HOUGHTON
Froai Mania! an Chicago 1:2 p. m.
Front I trot I anl the enat 7,12 p. in.
!. j. tltaiiy exeept iunday.
Fr tiikete, thae taMo and other In fortna
P 7 e J. U. FOKI). Ticket Aat.
Red Jacket. Mich.
UK SUPERIOR DIVISION
WUD fRAIMS FAST TIME!
UUHAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS.
eAn.!"7r? f eta an the Ifortherw Fentn
U ekeia eta tho Milwaukee A North-
.BierleUl A at. BetabUo, MJek
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- Utut TJ. 8. GwVt Report
best is the Chaapest.
& Sons' Pianos.
Decker k Sona, Sterling, Eatty A Co.,
j or wo.
Wines, Spirits and Beer.
Hoali Bottm it AH Ewa. '
aa reeerre a Urge Use ef
Of tha) Lftt8t StTloa.
Oome wbere yen eaa aee tke rooda la pleoe
and get the effeet better tkaa f roea taaail lam
plea. ACGrOT JPELTO, TI!or.
Next to Northnstrn Hotel.
Lla to aa tfcelr boja
aluiaed la tha lateat
Mil aeteat at; lea.
LA a to ea tbelr boy a
bfcoBjlutlj clothed at
tka lowaat poaalbla
la tha aioat perfect
aoaooar la tha Boys'
Dff artmeat of Rich
atora, near tba Post
A Sure Cure
FOR RHEUMATISM AND
6l89 If YVATt Mfl8NiH o n
PR CM! 0 ONLY 8Y
r t-' r, Nf
Portage Late m.
Charter Law Relative
Biet Frclalet far Twa Tear
WAUe Ike Term 9baJ Ooer ate
Veer A New Traelea ApaoLat4
-Other Lle .ewe.
Tha caw (fpneral charter law, uncer
which all incorporated ?Illaien of the
fltata bare bwn working for the piat
jenr, la interpreted ia a different way 'n
each aide of Portage Lake. Hoth Prcai-
deota Hoar and 15aer were clecled foa
terra of two year, last year, while the
new charter proecribea a term of ooe
tear. The llooghton aathoritiea bare
decided to elect a president again thia
year, while the Hancock council baa !e-
cldrd that thia ia not neceHnry. Ville ge
Attorney Hers, of Houghton, said c n
ceruinx the matter: "The near law p o
Tidea In extion 7 that all incorporated
Tillagea ahould come uuder it. Tba hw
waa approved February lOand was made
to take ffjct February 23, 18U5, audit
would make no d.fference when anyil
ldge decided to adopt the new chart sr,
the law ltlf decided tbiH, if it ia consti
tutional." Mr. IUe ia of the opinion
that the law ia onconntitutioual from t be
fact that that portiou contained in a -c-tiou
7 relation to villngea already incor
porated ia not mentioned at all ia tbe
title of the act. "However," said Air.
Ileva, "taking1 into connideration tbe ft ct
that villagea all oyer the State have
adopted It without question and that
queetioning it now before tbe supreme
court would cause any amount of con u
aion I bad been of the opinion that it
would be better not to question ir, aid
bad therefore advised the election of a
president at tha coming election." 1 he
new charter ia a most satisfactory one in
ita workioga and it ia really a questi )n
whether or no the supreme court woi Id
not hold the act good to avoid the ct n-
fusion Its knocking out would cause in
many a municipality.
Tbe present incumbent, R. M. Hour,
will be a candidate for re-election and he
will have an opponent in A. L. Wortl y,
who ia working an active canvass, is
there are several candidates for other )f
flees a scond raucua baa been called lor
M indiy evening and there will be Wo
ticketa at leant in tbe field.
Prof. McEwen, tbe mind reader, v ill
finish bla Houghton engagement at ibe
Armory Opera House thia evening, 1 he
audiences during the week haye not t en
aa latge aa the performance merit d,
though it is to be hoped this evening v ill
prove the exception. There is no dot bt
tha Prof. McEwen possesses wondei nl
powers, that there ia nothing of tbe ft ke
about him and that any one attending is
sure of aa evening' entertainment. P tr
sonallv Mr. McEwen ia a pleasant Kin
to meet and it ia evident that he locks
upon hia peculiar faculty in a eeritus
manner while he usee it aa a legitimate
meana of a livelihood. He talka me et
entertainingly of his science.
Judge Hubbrll baa made a dec te
trauslerring tbe trusteeship of the Ilur an
mining company's property to Attortey
A. R. Gray. The former trustee waa the
late James B. Sturgia. Tbe petition lor
the appointment of Mr. Oray aa trua e
waa made by the following creditors:
Johnson Vivian, Vivian k rrince,Jcbn
Manderfeldt, J. U. Seager, Graham Po e,
L. Hennes k Co., Hancock chemical cc m-
pany, Joseph Wertin k Sons, Franklin
mining- company, 8t Mary a mine al
land company, EiccUior oil tank li le,
Tbe W. Bingham company and J. Uam
bitier. Charlea Crnae. son of Joseph Croze, of
Kat Honehton. had the misfortune to
break an ankle at the Light Infab' ry
armory Thursday evening. He waa ;
ing through a little athletic performance
with a steam pipe for a turning bar and
lost hia hold and fell, with the above re
Tha T. M. C. A. membership cont t
will close Saturday, March 7, instead of
the 21st. as at first proposed. It la on-
aidered that tbe field will be covered in
thia time, and that prolonging the cn-
teat would be of no use and would res Jit
ia a decrease of Interest.
ForND A gold watch waa found liat
week on the Pewablc location. Ow. ier
can have same by proving property and
paying for this advertisement. Apply to
Mr. Jamea Bond, Pewabic mine.
Judge Hubbell baa overruled the Je-
.... a 1. n A I r
tnnrrxr m Attorney A. It. urj m -uc
declaration of Attorney M. M. Riley in
tha caw of Grace L. Andrewe va ne
Tamarack mining company.
Frlwsrd Gibbon deairee the Nkws to
annoanre that be will be a candidate for
th. nnmlnttlnn of township treasurer
for Hancock townabip at the April e ec-
t on. .
tv, Sai A team of driving hones.
r.r e-nntle. One 5 yeara old and ;he
other 0 yeara. Each weighing 1 50
pounds. ApplT to w. A. uunn, uou u
ton. The annual meeting of tbe North jrn
Michigan building and loan 'aMoclat on
will be held next Tuesday afternoon at
the office of rlretary Haochette.
Waktid A good cook; also house
maid. ApplT t once at the ridenco ol
Judge Hnbbell, Eat nonghton.
r.. T A house and two b'a
In Eaat Houghton. Applf to Ferdini nd ;
MATERIALS AND STYLES.
Oreejrrelia end Jl Agate ropaltar II aid
Cestloee the T-ege.
The tartan fanrw has fleTeloprd plnlda
more brilliant and 1iw,!Ipr thsn any clan
evcrdrcamod of. EspecUlly In aliks are
t!i'fle pUh'. naed for wslnta, vta and
trlmmlrfa cf all aorta. Com hi nnt Ions of
plaUl Mil plalfl silk fcrm fnahlonalile ccs
tumea, and mohair Is irently in favor for
talng In eonjunctlon with brlphl plalda.
Although the hold of the differing skirt
and bodice eeame to Ijo still firm on popu
lar fancy, many coaturnes are now seen
wklab have taa skirl aad bo41a made to
makeh, wktek ef eurae 4tuea ao Ucply
taat tbey are of eve Ula aiakerlal. The
aeuia sort ef gooia and irlmmlnccomcoM s
keak. ana tKera is Mill aanple ton fur
Jet rnameBkatl'm la aa fashlocahle sa
rvsr, and black ajrosnTala silk, with Jcl
triiasataf a, ra asnla aeea.
Oipea of Mark velours da nord are worn
kv all wornn, from the young girl to the
Diddle ared matron, the trimming being
arranged to snlt the condition of the wear
er. Tbeae eapes are often lined with white
aakin. Plaah la preferred to veiouxa by
OH OF DOOR COWTT.
aoroe persons, although It suggest Imita
tion fur, which velours does Dot. Very
high oollars, llnod with fur, finish the
Crepon, that fashionable and protean
material, Is mnch employed for tbe cos
tumes of bridesmaids and roaltls of honor.
Orepons of wool, with a silk stripe, In
cream, bine, rose or maize, compose some
very pretty gowns of this sort. The style
usually adopted Is a plain godot skirt and
a full bodice, ornamented with gold and
pearl pawemonterle or similar trimming.
Light taffetas, with colored stripes or
flowor designs, are likewise suitable for
bridesmaids' gowns and may bo trimmed
with lace very effectively.
Tho picture shows a gown of striped to
bacco and mordore velours. The podet
skirt is plain. The bodlco has a yoke of
white satin, bordored with a rufllo and
ornamented with paste buttons. A bla9
plait of mordore velvet, edged with white
satin ruffles, extends from th bolt to the
yoke, wbero lt terminates under a largo
velvet bow, fastened by a paste button.
Tbe velvet belt had eroct loops at tho mid
dle of the back, and the wrists aro edged
with a twist of velvet. The hat accom
panying this gown is of mordoru felt and
Is trimmed with tobacoo and mordortt
shaded plumes and pink roses.
GENERAL GRANT'S FUNERAL
Tha Proeeaalon In New Tork Waa Eight
Mllea 1b Length.
The procession, eight mi lea long,
wended np Broadway between lines of
old soldiers flags Ytiled, drains nauflled
and arms reversed. Tbe Grant family,
except Mrs. Grant, who whs unable to
Le present, followed in four carriages,
succeeded by the general's old staff, Lis
cabinet officers and detachments from
Grand Army posts. Members of the
Azteo clnb, survivors of the Mexican
war, formed a group. President Cleve
land rode with Secretary Bayard, and
they were followed by the vice president
and the cabinet, the oupreme court jus
tices, United States senators nod a com
mittee of the house. Governor Hill and
hia suit and a committee of the state
legislature were of the corteges also gen
tlemen who had occupied diplomatic and
consular offices nnder Grant while pres
ident. Besides all these were official
guests filling ISO carriages.
Oyer tbe ashes of the man who had
said "Let ns have peace" all bitter
memories were forgotten, fipeaker Car
liale and ex-Speaker Randall rode with
Congressmen Hiscock and Reed, Sonator
Morrill with Senator Cockrell, Sherman
with Ransom, Ingalls with Harris.
Famous Confederates, distinguishable
by their gray silk mkIjcs, fraternized
with rederal chieftains. Generals Joe
Johnston ncd Bnckiicr oClciflted with
Lherrr.BP, Sheridan nnd Lcpjr.n acicup;
the pallbearers. Three other gallant
southerners, Wade Hampton, Fitzhugb
Lee and Gordon, were also present at
the funeral. President E. Benjamin
Andrews in Scribner'a.
Tbe Jledoe Wlnea.
Only by a Journey to the very head of
tha long promontory between tho Atlantlo
and tbe Glrondo can one form an Idea of
tbe prodigious quantity of tbe Medoo
wines. For 60 mllea yon are never quite
out of sight of vineyards. Here and there
they absorb the horizon ou both side.
They are strikingly different In quality,
however, as has been snid. A patch of
wizened, shriveled plants, with a fow
loaves and no alluring cluster, may be
seen absolutely contiguous to vlncvard
full of fine, healthy fruit. It 1 of course
an affair of cultivation and soil. Llko
other things, the Medoo grope respond
eagerly to loving oaro. You may have
plnuts of flrat class pedlgrco, and tho soli
that suits tliom best, and yet fall to pro
duce a distinguished wine, if your culti
vators aro not of as g.od quality as your
plants. Llki hops in England, tho vinos
aro most sensltlvo to hui.iun attention.
One marvels a little at the apparcutlf
rude nature of the soli to the vinos on
which labels with famous names aie af
fixed. But the truth Is the Modoo vine
does not want to be excessively pampered.
Give It a good, rough, gravelly soil, with a
fair proportion of sand undorntoth, for su
perfluous ralus to vanish readily Into, and
It will be as grateful to you as It woll
knows bow to he. A gravely subsoil yields
wine remarkable for dollcacy, but If thcro
be a preponderance of stones In tho sub
soli tbe wlno will be strong rather thai
dollcate, appealing to the brain more than
to tbe palate. Chain hers Journal
' " A Womaa'a Smile.
A woman's smile Is thus described In a
Hawaiian romance: "Her rich red 1 1 pa
parted, and there flashed upon the land
r?ape two rows of beautiful white teeth.
Blowly her mouth opened wider and wider j
deeper grew the dimples In her brouzt
cheek ; brighter danred the sunbeams In
her eyes until astray ray, darting throub
the foliage of an overhanging bough, il
luminated the deep cavern of her mouth,
bringing Into view the back part of her
bead; then, seeing us gating Intently upou
her, she shut her mouth, and darkneea fell
spaa tha souoe."
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
LESSON IX, FIRST QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL SERIES. MARCH 1.
Text ef tbe Leiaon, Lobe Is, 18-97 Mem
ry Veraea, 23-30 Goldea Test. Luke
U, 83 Ceiumeatarr by tbe lie. Ii. SI.
18. "And It came to pass as ITts --.s
alone praying ills dlxijilca v c v'rV
Jilui, iiiiU llw allied thriii, fcHTii:, .. i,. m
ay the people that I amf" It 1 preamble
that between the lnt Iw-nn and tliU we
are to think of the fmling of both tho
I. 000 acd the 4.0O0, Ilia walklne en tho
aea aad Ills visit to thecoma of Tyre and
yidon, and cow fie la away n,-tli nnr
Cwsarca riilllpr.l, or Dan He had been
hearing from hotno and arndirj word
thither In other words. He had L , n pray
ing and thcu He asks this qurftlon. rot
that Ho cared what people thought of Him
or whom the thought Ho wu. but lie
was h'udlngon to a confession f-oin Ills
dirtclplcs tor a purpose If woulvratea
care us to what people think or say of ua
or have an ambition to have a name
among me, wo have not the spirit of nlm
who cmptlid Himself for us and r"do
Himself of no reputation, coming hero
"not to bo ministered unto, but to minis
ter and to giro Ills life a ransom fur
many." The message of Jeremiah to Ba
rueh is always fitting, "Seckcst thou great
things for thyself, set k them not" (Phil.
II, 7, 8; Math, xx, 28; Jcr. xlv, 6).
19. "They answering said, John tho
Baptist, but some say Ellas, and others
say that one of tho old prophets Is rh-en
again." Compare verses 7 ond 8. To
know God in t ho greatest thing, but we
cannot know God npnrt from Jesus Christ
(Math, xl, 7), and when wo think we
know Him wo may well apply this word
to ourselves, "If any man tffinketh that
ho kuoweth anything, ho knoweth nothlUK
yet oa he ought ta know" (I Cor. Till, 8).
At Ihwi we know but in prc now; tiot
till then rhail we know as we nre known
(1 Cor. xiit, ), li). The natural man can
not know the things of God at all (I Cor.
II, 14), but even the fpirltual man U oft
times so carnal that ha cannot discoru
20. "He said nnto them, But whom siy
ye that I am? Peter, answering, paid, The
Christ cf God," or as in Math, xvl, 10;
John vl, CO, "Tho Christ, the 8on of the
living God." Matthew eays that Jesus re
plied to this, "Blessed art thou, fclmon
Bar-jon. fir flesh ond blood ha'h not re
vealed It rnt.) thte, but my rather. "hlch
is In Heaven." It Is snrely Mm rt t . ho
taught of Ood for "Who teach;-: i li',:o
Him?" (Job xxxvl, 3.) Btft re Jesua i ft
Ills disciples lie said that the splrl whom
He would rend would U-nch the- all
things andguH them into ulltnu'. (John
xlv, 20; xvl, 13).
81. "And Ilestraltly ch.ir-ri them, and
commanded thorn M toll r. nan that
thing." In Marh. xvl, CO. His written that
He said thot they were t 'i toll no man that
Ho was Jesus the- ChrUt. In the begin
ning of His ministry He said very plainly
to tho woman of Samaria that Ii was tho
Christ (John Iv, E5, 20), hut now that they
have rejooted Illm, tho next sigr that Ho
Is the Chrlxt will ho llli rcsurreerlon from
tho dead. We will never know till it Is too
lato how much wo havo lost by not sim
ply believing Ills word. Wo thus grieved
tho spirit and hinder Illm from telling us
what Ho would like to. If, on tho other
hand, we aro filled with the spirit, wo
shall hear Ills voico and know when to Ins
still and whoa to speak.
22. "Saying, Tho Son of Man must suf
fer many things, und bo rejected of tho
elders and chief priests and scribes end be
sUln, and be raised tho third day." There
is evidently somo connection between this
and His forbidding them to say that Ho
was the ChrUt. On several different occa
sions Ho told them a plainly a thU that
lie muht dio and rlso again the third day,
but they received lt not. They did not bo
lleve that Hopieant just what lie raid,
and they could not put any other meaning
upon His words, therefore they lost H nil.
83. "And Ho said to them all, If any
man will coino alter Mo. lot him deny
himself and take up his cross dally and fol
low Mo." The true Christian lifo Is tho
Christ life, tho 11 fo cf Jesus mado manifest
in our mortal fiesh (II Cur.lv, 10, 11),
and this means the dying unto self, alway,
tho constant reckoning dead of tlm felf
life, the old man, tho carnal mind which
must be put off and kept off not put off
and on as wo would our clothes. Christ
never lived unto Himself iu any way,
cither as to His will or Ills glory or IIU
pleasure (John vl, S3; viil, 60; Kom. xv,
8). To take up the cross is not to wear
some kind of a pretty cross, for there U no
such thing as a pretty cross recognized in
Scripture, hut lt Is Just to dio constantly
to one's own will and way and pleasure.
"Not I, but Christ."
84. "For whosoever will savo his life
shall lose It, but whosoever will loso his
life for My sake, tho stune shall savo It."
Our life may be said to bo that which
takes up our attention, which chiefly oo
cupiesour minds and our tlnio, that which
luterests us nint. We have to engage In
many and varied forms of busine, but
even In the It nay be our main thought
to rrlorifr God. nvd ihu''iod and Pr bul
nes wili be ci:r llf-i. V' k'ipII be nUa
say, "Tor me to llvo 1 Christ."
a 5. "Per what U a man edvantaged if
he gain the wholo world and loso himself
or be enstawnyf" Let a man llvo for his
business, or his homo, or for pleasure, or
for himself In any way and not receive
Christ, and he and all his lifo will bo truly
lost, for ho that hath not the Son of God
hath not lifo. The word "castaway" lu
this verso Is wholly different from that in
I Cor. Ix, 87. There ii refers to service re
jected (see R. V.), but here evidently to
the loss of tho soul.
86. "For whosoever shall bo ashamed of
Me and of My word a, bf him shall tho Son
cf Man bo ashamed when lie shall come in
His own glory and In Ills Father's, and of
the holyaugels." The one who prefers
his own life to tho dally dying to self cer
tainly prefers self to Christ ami may bo
said to be ashamed of Christ. Such can
have no part In His kingdom. His com
ing In glory here referred to Is His com
ing with His saints (I The., ill, 13; Col.
III, 4), they having previously met Him on
Ills way (I Thess. Iv, 10-ls) and received
thoir rewards and positions In His king
87. "But I toll you of a truth there be
some standing hero which shall not ta.to
of death till they see the kingdom of God."
Inasmuch as in Matthew, Mark and
Luke this statement Is Immediately fol
lowed by the record cf tho transfiguration,
that event was doubt toss tho fulfllling of
this statement. Jesus with Mms and
Elijah suggest tho Sm of Man glorified,
associated with all, the snlnts both rUoU
and translated, and the apostles suggest
Israel In the Oohh all righteous. SikIi will
bo the center of tho mlileiiui.d kingdom,
at the close of which sat an will be lousuj
aJ then, ooniplot el v over -)vn
Butchery In War,
In one cf Dn Gncccliu'a victories so
many English wcie tukeu C3ptivo that
even the humblest soldier among the
French had ouo or more prisoners. Iho
victors, however, fell to quarreling, nnd
ill feeling becoming rife in the French
army in consequence cf these quarrels
over the prisoners Da Gncsclin ordered
all the captives to be butchered, and the
brutal onier was nrrtd opt..
A man cl) years of ags has In ordinary
cases undressed himself 18,202 tinu
and cf .course dressod himself just as
It was Accompanied by Insomnia, Nervous Pro5
tration and Heart Failure It Is the Talk
of Troy, Lansingburgh and all tho
Grand Army Pests.
WHAT ACTIO!! WILL THE REHSSELAEE1 COUNTY
UEDICAL SOCIETY TAKE?
HU Friends, who Knew of Jib Sunstroke During thai Wsr,
Much Interested Hand Onco Twisted by RheumAtisn
Relieved of Pain The 5oIdIer as Spry as Evr
How It was Done Detailed Descrip
tion of the Method Employed
- General Interest In
the Case. (
From the Troy, y. T. Timet.
It. 7. Edwards, ef C23 Fourth Avenue,
Lanttinghurgh, ia a well-known and re
spected resident of that village, a prominent
fliccr of Post Lyon, O. A. I:., of Colioes, and
a past aide-de-camp ou the atu(T of the com-mander-iu-chic
aui a&iJaUiit hi&pcctur for
When the reporter called upon Lira he
was engaged iu uetive work about his house,
something which he had nut been able to do
with any freedom for years, lie gave the
fvillowinv; story, which is well worth imial:
"I wai wounded and sent to the hospital
at Winchester during tho war. They sent
rtn to'Hlu r with a lj.tcn of tne wounded to
Washing .J a. ILixi-.z to m .a i:i tlx- box
ears we were plic. 1 i.i-c up o;i the bottom of
nnt car, inn s-tn owt uown upon our
unprotected licudj. We role alet one
hundred miles ia this fuhion. V.'lien I
reached Wuxliinton 1 was iiucn-dMe and
was tineo.iKC'ions for ten dayi while in tho
hospital. An uhsees gtthpred in mv etir and
broke; it has h-eu gathering an I WnLing
ever ainee. iuce 1 took l'ink Fills tho
matter dischar-l has bc-e:) very tmall in
quantity nn l it steadily dc rensinir. The
sharp, ktiile-like p::ins have almost left mo
entirely and my head feels clear ai a hell,
where liefxre it continually felt as though it
would burst. The sunstroke which befel me
on that one hundred mile ride broeght cn
heartdiscjse, nervous prostrfion and insom
nia. I had that terriblo ait king feclintjat
the heart anl at times would faint iead
away. I became fearfully n-rvous and any
steady mental ctFort was absolutely impos
sible. I eoul l not sleep at nights. Muny
and nnny a time have I pot up out of bed
and walked the floor with my liody ncked
with pain unable to lind uny relief. Ho one
knows how 1 suffered. In uddition to this
six years sro rheumatism fastened upon me
end I could not bhuke it Mf. I went to a
doctor, I bought patent medicines, I tried
nearly every 'remedy with no pood eli'cct.
As a last resort I purchase! a box of l'ink
Tills, end it helped mc to such a degree Hint
I procured another and Mill another, until
up lo the present time I havo bought lu all
seven boxes. My rheunuitm it pone, my
heart failure, dyspep.-da, and const i tut ion are
about pone, nn l my oncctdiuttcrcd nervous
system is now nearly sound. Look lit thoso
linjrcrs," Mr. Kdwafdi said, "do they look
as if ther wm any rhenmaiisni thero'r"
lie moved his tinyrs ranid'y and freely und
strode n'wut the room like a younir boy. "A
yenr epo those nepers were pnuile l ut tha
joints andosMTthat I cotil 1 n it hold a pi n.
Jly knees would swell up nnd I could not
straighten my le? out. My joint, would
squeak wheu I tuoved theui. That i3 the
'When I enme to think thnt. I was pointr
to be crippled with rheumatism, toge ther
with the rest of my ailments, 1 tell yon life
s'cnvM n i woi ih livinp. 1 ited to drop a
pencil, knife, spoon, or rny article which I
had iu my hands, my crippled an I nervous
linpers refusing to retain llu ir hold. I suf
fered from despondency. I cannot lepin to
tell you," said Mr. Kdwrird. ns he drew a
lonp brenth, ''what my feclinp is at present.
I think if yon lilted ten years ripht ntf my
life snd left me prime nnd vipormis at
furty-ccven I could l'ctl uo better. I was tm I
aUIITIO.AU AlA'SIUf M.Ws.
No man need Rive more thin $2." for a
fuit. A Ruod all-wuol mit for $15, from
Oates, the tailor.
Our lodge room can he rented for
raeetinjn on Saturday evenings.
Five pianos, ?o() up; mut be eolJ at
once to tbe hiphest bidder.
Oatk.s, Auctioneer, Calumet.
Smoker, if j ou nave lulled, to find a
Mjtar to auit you, try "Ileimlicb'e
Crown," the bet Iu the market.
John M. MoKHner Jj. Son nro now pre
pariMl to put up ice for nil parties vbu clo
ture it at the lowest pontile price.
; to tli t it.i r.niorv f.r j nur flat pas
tries. Angel food, fruit ca.l:: alway on
hand, (nam puITa I'ridays nnd Satur
days, It not only is po, it must !n ho. One
Minute Cough Cure ticta quickly, and
that's what make it (ro.
Johnsiin, the 1'uilor
Oo to M. Johnson, the fashionable tail
or, for the latest in the tailoring line,
opting good j'lft received. Trices low
and good Ct guaranteed.
A biah liver with a tc-roi J liver will not
b a long liver. Convct the liver with
DeWitt's Little Eary Uiners, little rills
thnt cure dyspeptdu nnd constipation.
Kaoi.k Ino Stork.
M ood for Aale.
Good dry family wood delivered for $4
per cord. Orders to be It ft with Mr.
George Hnll, Wolverine, or at the News
ofiiw. Short wood to suit the times.
One Minute t'oub Cure touches the
right spot. It hlro touches it nt the
rLtht time if you take it when jou have
a cough or cold. S the point? Then
dou't cough. Eaoi.e Dnua Store.
Tbe Kockford ihrtric Iwlt Ix meeting
with the bei-t of Humw. Call and exam
ine it nnd g"t. n-ferencrs. Oillce over
Grand Union tea store lied Jacket, Midi.
W. IT. IloKkltig will leave for tho dry
goods market in a few days nnd will be
pleased to attend to any special orders
his customers may wixh; summer gar
ments, silks nnd satins a tpccinlty.
W. II. ll08KI.NO.
Soothing, healing, cleansing, DoWitt'a
Witch Ilatel Salve is the enemy to sores,
wounds and piles, which it never fails to
cure. Stops Itching andbnrning. Cures
cbapoed lips and cold Fores iu two or
three boars. Faomc Ikp Store.
old man snd eonld only drat; myself pala
fuliy about the house. Now I can walk off
without any trouble. That in itself," con
tinued Mr. IkiwarJs, "would be sufficient to
pive me cause for rejoicing, butwhea you
tome to consider that 1 am no longer what
you mipht call nervous and that my heart
is apparently nearly healthy and that I eaa
sleep niplita, you may realiie why I may
trnpeur to ipeuk in extravagant praiaa f
"I know thnt If I had not taken thnt first
lox of l'ink I'll la that to-day I would have
been one of the most wretched of mea.
There were years when I would not aleep
more thnn an hour or two a day. Ikyoa
realize whst trst raennsT My iirvea were
like aspens, aubjrtt to the !ii,hteat shock.
That us due to sunstroke. Tho pills
ouict my nerves, take thnt awful pressure
from my head and at f lie rnme time enrich my
blood. 1 here seemed to be no circulation La
my lower limits a year apo, my lepa being
cold and clummy at timea. Now the circu
lation there is as full and as brisk as at any
other part of my body. I have re pained
color, such aa I have not hnd in many years.
Why, do you know, I used to be so lipht
heuoed and dizry from my nervous disorder
that I frequently fell while crossing the floor
of my house. I could not walk a straiphl
line upon the sidewalk, and I was afraid
that people might think me intoxicated. I
do not full aiy more and I can walk
straight. Thnt Is another thfnar I owe tt
l'ink Pills. Every spring snd full I was ia
very poor health, frprinp is coming on and
I never felt better in my life, and I am look
inp forward to a busy season of work.
"The ulcers in my car have been preatTy
improved. I think thnt results from mj
generally Improved rhysice.I condition.
"I could not work overhead for several
years on account of dizziness but to-day I
um nil ripht lo yon think I am too loud
in my pruiso of Pink Pillar If they had
done for you what they have accomplish
lor ine you would have been as enthuaiaatio
as I have been and am."
The forepoinp ia but one of many wonder
ful cures thut have been erf dited to Pr. Wil
liams' 1 ink Tills for I'ale People. IMscasra
whkh heretofore have been aupposed to be
incurable, such as locomotor ataxia and pa
ralysis succumb to this wonderful medicfna
as readily as the most trifling ailments. Ia
many cases the r ported curea have beea
investigated by the lending newspapers aad
vcrilied in every possible manner and in no
ense has the least semblance of fraud been
discovered. Their ume bss spread to the
far ends of civilization and there is hardly a
drupMore in this country or abroad whera
they cannot be found.
Dr. Williams' Pink Tills contsln, in a
condensed form, all the elements necessary
to (rive new life and richness to the blood
and restore shattered nerves. Thry are an
unfailing specific for such r5ipnf as loco
motor ataxia, partial paralysis, Ft Vitus'
dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nerv
ous headache, the after efl'ect of la grippe,
palpitation of the brart, pale and sallow
complexions, all forms of weakness eit her In
mule or female, pink Tilla are sold by all
dealurs, or will be sent post paid on receipt
of price, (50 cents a box, or six boxes for
fS.oO they are never sold In bulk or bv tha
Phi) by addressing Pr. William' ileJicia
Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
Tomorrow the ladies of tbe St. Mar
garet's Guild will hold a cake tale at
11. U. Lean's at ore.
One house, seven rooms and woodshed,
painted; fine rocked well and pnmp.
Two corner lots; good garden, fenced.
Consideration 1,100. Enquire of Jos
eph Simmons, Lake Linden avenue, Lan
num. A bargain. Call early.
J. W. rieree, Republic, Ia., says: "1
have used One Minute Cough Core In my
fumily and for myself, with results so sat
isfactory that I can hardly find words to
express, myself aa to its merit. I win
never fill to recommend it to others, on
every occYxion that prrsenls itself.
EaM,E DntTO &TOML
Ijahe tlnaen stiur-
Stage leaves Raril k Tearce's II very sta
ble every day at 8 a. m., 10 a. m. and 1
and 4 p. ro. Stage leaves GreenshleldsJ
livery stable at 8 and 10 a. m. and 1 aad
4 p.m. Baku, A Txarce,
fld T Ever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for yor
trouble? It not, get a bottle bow and
get relief. This medicine has been found
to be peculiarly adapted to tbe relief and
cure of all female complaints, exerting a
wonderful direct iufiuence in giving
ntrength and tone to the organs. If yon
have loss of appetite, constipation, head
ache, fainting spells, or are nerroos)
sleeplespa excitable, melancholy, or trou
bled with dirxy spells, Electric Bitters ia
the medicine you need. Health and
strength nre guaranteed by Its use.
Large bottles, only 50 cents, at D. T.
Macdonald's drug store.
Mutual lire Insurance company of
Houghton snd Keweenaw counties, or
ganized in 1800 according to the laws of
the State of Michigan, will insure proper
ty td its members. Have paid fire losses
over f .1,000 during ita existence. Tba)
company paid back during the last year
to sixty-two of ita members of fire yeara'
standing 08 per rent of tbelr premiums,
amounting to (3,503. Will pay back
during this year on tbe a&merateto
thirty-six members of five year' stand
ing $1,447. On the first day of this rear
the company had 344 members, 307,
410 worth ol property Insured, aad
f 0,504. 11 in treasury. For further fa.
ticulars apply to the undersigned.
Jon.x Blomqtot, Presidast.
Alex Leixomk, Secretary.
Office, 443 Tina street, npsialra, V 1