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Ite About Tom
Last Play of the En
Eaeped Frm Star Hiss.
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aha CIm f lk rrlr ir
Kfcr Ll a.
purpramtJl great military us
cr, m fir act, eatitVd, "Tie B ueml
lirar, at tb Opera Hou lat evening
to a larf asdfreoc aaJ tho who at
tended were mora than pleaded with the
dajM erf entertainment pat np by tbecotn-
paaj. Th cant ct character seemed
particularly applicable to those who
took them and a!I acted the part in a
fiwt-cLuw manner. Mi LUa Richard,
a ilirvie, toe wi.'e ol Uurr Uafca, wai
rerj good and he ajain proved hereeli
a favorite. Florence Genella was alo
Teryelever and her aonja during the
third act were rerj good and her acting
all through the play could not hare been
better. Frank DeVernon, as Burr Oiks,
the wronged man, who went to war and
came back a colonel, F. J. L&ngdon, a
Squire Sprecken, the rich German land
owner and grandfather of Uurr Oaks,
Harry B. Sutherland, as Jess Judltins.
and J. T. M.Enery, as Squire Smart, al
did well and captured the audience, es
pecially Mr. Sutherland in bis baritone
selections, rendered in the third act, and
he was required to respond to an enthus
Ilarry 11. Richards as Lben Ueartstone,
the villian, and II. Tabor, as Ilujjb
Werner, a rich accomplice, took their
parts very well, as did George Clark, the
tavern keeper, Carrie Wrnian, as Hilda,
the maiden aurt, and little iteartie, as
l'aul, Burr Oak's child.
A special feature of the entertainment
was the military scene introduced iu
which the Calumet Liht Guard appeared
and the Filth Regiment band aluo took
The band was present and rendered
several selections between the acts in it
usual excellent style.
'Ibis afternoon the matinee, "East
Lynne," was played to a crowded bout
of youug people and all wee more tuau
pleased with theexcellent presentation oi
this popular play.
This evening, "Escaped From Sing
Siuir," will bo given, and the beiutifut
gold watch, which has been on exhibition
at Hermann's all week and on which
chances have been given at each perform
ance, will be given away.
C 11 1' 111 II COKNfcU.
F1HHT LAl'Ult'M BAPTIST.
Services will be conducted tomorrow
both morning and eveniug, bvUev. 11 em
men way, of Crystal Falls. Sunday
. school at the usual hour.
Horning prayer and lu.ly communion
at 10;3(J. Sermon by Rev. J. E. Cunon,
rector of Houghton church. Evening
prayer, with sermon by Rev. Cunon, at
7:3D. Bible cIomi and Sunday school at
Lenten services Wednesday and Friday
evenings at 7 o'clock.
Services in 0.-ceola band hall Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
FIB.4T CO.NQUEOATIO.NAL CIICHCU.
Dr. Hunter will preach tomorrow, both
morning and evening. Morning subject,
"la the Spice Gardens." Sunday ehi ol
and bible clashes at 11:50; Boys' Brigade
bib!e drill at 0:15. Evening subject,
"Paul Before Agrippa." The Boys'
Brigade, in full uniform, will attend the
Social worship and Sunday school
teachers' meeting on Wednesday evening
All the servics of this church are free
and open to everybody, and all are cordi
ally invited to come and enjoy them.
Strangers and visitors in town will rind
here a pleasant place to spend the Sua
day hours. Come, and welcome.
All are welcome to the meetings con
ducted by the Minnesota singing brigade
and commanded by Mrs. Still well. Meet
ing tonight and at 10:30 a. m.t 3 and 7
p. m. tomorrow. Doors open tonight at
7; tomorrow at 2 and G p. m. Good
singing, good music and good speaking.
A heaven on earth.
Jfew Train Mervlre to Kansas City.
The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Faul
railroad has just added to its serv'n e a
night train in both directions on its Kan
sas City division In addition to the day
train, which will still continue to run.
Southbound, the new train will arrive in
Kansas City iu tbo morning in ampls
time to make connection with the out
going morning trains on all southern
and southwestern roads. Passengers
for Ottuniwa, Excelsior Springs, Kansas
City or points south or south wctf of
Kansas City, will find this a most desir
able route. A through sleeping car will
U run between Savanna, Cedar Rapids
and Kansas City and free reclining chair
car and coAchea.letween Chicago, Savan
na, Cedar Rapids and Kansas City.
Meals will be served on the train en route.
The agents of the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Faul railway and connecting Hues
will furnl-b any further information de
The third race ol the tournament in
aoguraUJ l.y ManAger Ulseth at the
Park Ice mi . will take place at the rink
this eye nion nud an interesting and ex
citing coutent is anticipated over the
race for the third medal. The first medal
wu taken by Thompson in 3:35 and the
second by Swriert In 3 30, while Kohl-
baadatdSrytertia the firat r-c.
ThU evening th rac will evidently be
brtveea Kok'hajutaad Enca ech
of tkcwe hre Dcde pcHvl Una and mar
race. i -ta T4NkiUl;aianoiKtl
j ut tic? bat
i lve a ret wv ia Vh i.r4 aJ t-r
j time i vt efwt.
i Music it t omnin 'Q be far&te&ed
fcy rbe IVii Tiatl VjnS, aai aa ad
iajie 15 oi'i;. IVvca cpea at 7:30
fBMral tfln, Ie.
TWfjrrlci tiUte Mr. Houghton
Djlcab wid he fceJJ next Tuesday after
ooa at o'cKck and sen ioes will be at
Chrutcturvb. the rector, Rev. Mr. Jew
ell oiSciating. The remain will be taVen
lo Hantvk and interred ia Lake Side
OueUry. Mr. Alex Ewart, a rousla ct
the deceaNl, arrived ia the city Tester
diy afternoon from Milwaukee to attend
tie funeral. Mr. John Gi'd, another rela
tive Irom Mountain Iron, Minn., also ar
rived yesterday, but Houghton Duucan,
a son of the deceased lady, cannot arrive
until Monday and the funeral arrange
ments were made accordingly. The de
ceased wa f3 year of age and not 49
as stated in yesterday's News.
All members of the above order, and
others who may be interest, who con
template going to Hancock on Saturday
evening, March 14, when a puplic meet
ing will be held for the purpose -of solicit
ing members fur tLe organisation' of a
Rechabite Tent at that place, will kindly
hand their names to either of the follow-
ng: Joseph Ileaton, Calumet; Alfred
Richards, Red Jacket; William Rosevere
George Burns, Tamarack, and Wil
liam Maynard, Sampson Milford and
II. Opie, O.4ceola. or at Mud ire &
Argall's furniture store.
The remains of the late Mrs. Ellen O'Xeil
or ill irpira tn Vi i-. ufii..,n,.i. fn
...... wu iu, buWu . timu ,ruiu
Colorado Springs and will be accompan -
ie I by her son Jerry. Tne body will be
, , i,, ,. tn , .
taken to Mattery & Ryan s morgue and
rumolr, hur- nntil t f
when tbe funeral will take flace. Ser
vices will be held at 2 o'clock from Sacred
tleart cnurcn and tbe remains laid at
rest in the Hecla cemetery.
Patrick O'Xeil, another son, 1 expect
ed to arrive from Great Falls tonight.
Ilft lire Deflultlona.
'A picture is a poem without words."
"Silent as the pictures on the walls."
But with all due respect to the ancient
ind tbe modern poets, pictures can talk
luite as well as people, violins, and
Only come and judge for yourselves if
speaking likenesses cannot be found at
the studio of Vic Herman.
w 31 ember.
The-followiog is a list of members who
secured ten or more new applications
during tbe Y. M. C. i. membership con
test: James James, 21); Albert Davey,
21; F. J. IvoLlliaas, John Ellis, Jr., and
Sum James, 19 each; Charles Swanson.
Dr. C. H.Rodi and F. Dint. !, Jr., 18. Joe
Ziehr, 15;W. H. Hoskirg, 14: W. M.
Harris. 13; C. J. Wickstrom and G. J.
Kemp, 12; Alex M. Donald, 11; M. L. Ef-
dnger and A. A. Jackola, 10.
Taurus at Laurlam.
The village caucus for LauriumTwill be
held in Lanctot's Hull this evening and h
hot time is anticipated. Several candi
dates have been proposed for the various
ces and the citizens certainly have ex
cellent material to choose from.
A hot fight is expected over the offices of
trustees, treasurer and clerk and all the
candidates are worthy men and have
numerous frieuds, who are working hard
in their interests.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the A. O. EL.
held a most pleasant meeting in their
ball in the Dunstan block last evening.
Beide the regular business a literary and
musical program of unusual interest was
rendered and thoroughly appreciated by
all present. The ladies were out in large
numbers and the members of the Hibern
ian society present were more than
pleased with the entertainment.
Some foreigners have queer ideas of
American ways. Lately a resident wrote
to some relatives in Germany, and used
an envelope with the usual return notice
in the upper Itit hatd comer and was
rather surprised to receive an answer
with an exact copy of the return written
on the face of tbe envelope. Tne address
was headed with the word Mr.
At present there is only one case of con
tagious disease in Calumet township and
this is an excellent showing at this time
of the year. This case is a 5-year-old
girl named Paulina Recca, and she is
suffering from an attack of scarlet fever.
She lives on C street, Rnymbaultown.
Prof. Wills will jirc his graud etereop
ticon entertainment tomorrow evening
at the Lake Linden Opera House under
the auspices of the Lake Linden Y. M. C.
U. His subj tt is, "Scenes From tbe
Li'e of Christ," and it is illustrated with
a large number of beautiful views.
Secretary Msssman wishes to announce
again that there urn positively no visit
ors allowed iu the gymnasium. The
clnses are so large now, and tbe space so
limited, that there is no room for lookers
on, and only those who take part In
class work will ! admitted. .
5 Ue ward.
A reward of 3 will be paid for tbe re
turn, or any liiforiimtion about It, cfa
photogruphic lens, which was lost at
the Osceola. y,c Hkhmaw.
To Chicken Pun iera mmi Otkerw.
An incubator and brooder with about
100 fancy Plymouth Rocks and Brahma
chickens for sal-cheap. Apply to Mrs
Jacob Alt, Houghton,
Wr !) few
Joseph Wllmerapropmtorof ths Cap
itol, announces that a rabbit . lunch will,
beserred to patrons of his sample room
this eveniug and all are Inylted to come
and make themselvee at home. Twenty
rabbits will be served free.
One man told another man and an
other man told me that Oates' goods
are ready made. How is it then that we
m ike any style, any length, any else to
fit too. Don't be io wicked John, no
ready-made store can do that. ''? '
For Council wia. " " ""
Mr. Carlo Bracco wishes to announce
that he is a candidate for the office of
trustee of Red Jacket and bopea hie
many friends will bear this fact In mind
on nomination night.
Mrs. Welsing Miller left today for Chi
cago, where she expects to stay three
week and will get all tre new styles and
idea ia headgear, also all the latest Par
isian fashion and a new stock ot spriBg
AH parties who had tickets for sale of
the "Billee Taylor" opera will please
make returns to John Stolt, and all par
ties holding bills against said company
ill also present same to Mr. Stolt, the
The many friends of Mr. John S. Dy-
mock will be glad to bear that be baa re
covered sufficiently to leave bia room.
If well enough he will leave next week
for the south to recuperate.
Peter Nustrom, the man who fell down
No. 5 shaft about a week ago, has im
proved wonderfully in the past few days
and was removed to bis home In New
Mr. A. R. Townsend, of Chicago, la in
Calumet and Red Jacket on business.
Mr. Townsend represents the Mechem in
vestment company, ot Cripple Creek,
fi.n f IFilkl.. J. ..4 A U
f , ... '
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of Music, will give lessons in vocal and
. 4 A, j . ,
..-H.u,tui uiW. IUVU11U AKUIIVU
Mrs. Gowan, who has been In the city
tbe past few weeks, the guest of ber
daughter, Mrs. F. S. Carlton, left today
for her home at Sault Ste. Marie.
Mr. Henry Caesar and sister, who have
been visiting relatives here for tbe past
week or so, left on tbe noon train today
for their home in Chicago.
Tore Ekren, who has been employed as
a carpenter here with Ed Ulseth, tbe con
tractor, left yesterday for Seattle, Wash.,
to seek pastures new.
Rev. William Jewel and Mrs. Jewel
went to Houghton today. Mr. Jewel
will officiate at the Episcopal church in
From 5 cents to f 2 per roll. Where
can you get a better bargain in wall
paper? Sivebt Olson.
The finest and most artistic tints and
patterns are to be found in our wall
piper stock. ' Sivert Olson.
Three tons ot wall paper is what we
have on our shelves for this season's
eupply. ' Sivebt Olson.
The Park Ice rink will be open as usual
this evening with the Fifth Regiment
band present to furnish music for skating.
Mr. Johu W. Kingston, of Central, is in
the city and will return home this even
ing iu company with his brother Will.
Tbe lady's gold watch, disposed of by
W. C. Kernall, was won by E. L. .Boyer.
Tbe lucky ticket was No. 19.
L. W. Killmar, ot the Calumet & Hecla
mine office, went to Hancock on tbe
morning train on business.
Mr. J. F. Schroeder, proprietor of the
Auditorium, is on the sick list, suffering
from an attack of la grippe.'
"Escaped Fom Sine Sing" by the
J. II. Browne theatre company at the
Opera House this evening.
Fifteen samples of $0.50 pants, we are
making now for 3.75. Oates, tailor
and ticket agent.
Col. J. N. Cox, of the Calumet and
Hecla mine office, went to Houghton on
the noon train. .
Tbe trial of Niels O. Ulseth has been
set for next Monday afternoon in Justice
Mrs. George Stannard, of Rockland, is
visiting ber sister Mrs. Spaulding, of Wil
The News is glad to hear that the
health of Judge Uubbell has considerably
Mat Blau, ot Laurium, went to Mar
quette Thursday in company with John
Don't be a ready-made man, but try
one of Oates' all wool tailor-made suit
J. F. Herman, the Doluth hardware
man, Is in the city on his regular business
J. W. Burnbam, of Laurium. has re
turned from a business trip to Chicago.
Last appearance of tbe Browne theatre
company tonight at the Opera House.
Capt. W. E. Parnall went to tbe county
seat on business on tbs noon train.
Oood family woo 1 at J. Vivian. Jr., A
0.; $4 a cord.
F. 8. Carlton was in Houghton today
DanCorgan, of Ontonagon is in the
Say they wo,ld like TINWARE for all a round 1 kitchen
work, b Iter than any other w are it It did not rust.
You May Not Know
. That we have Tinware that is
it is, It is tbe celebrated Antl
rrui ' i . ii.i
Very ' Best Heavy Stbctetawq ow
And in the very best manner. In si ort, it is the 7
to buy for every day use. as it cost but a trifle more than tbe common
ware, and will wear many times so long.
M D TV 4 V.n rortfnrv
dtum and to introduce Anti
Mnti fr.. r,i n,it 4V.; a
special unci . vui uui nna auvw
title you to a discount of 10 per cent on all purchases o
Carlton Hardware Co.
A Wheel lo Ilia Head.
That Is what tbe person baa who tells
you that the Superior Stock beer ot the
Bosch Brewing Co., contains anything
besides choice malt, hops and artesian
well water. No other brand can com
pare with it in purity. All dealers sell it
Dr. Hoeklng went to Hancock at noon.
Johnson, the Engaver, Agnitt block.
Sam Nast is in the city from Chicago.
Rev. C. S. Eastman is on the sick list.
Johnson, tbe Jeweler.
The French statistician, M. Bertil
Son, has compiled some interesting facts
.egardiDg the population of Puris and
ttber great capitals, v Only 36 per cent
if its present population was born in
Paris, and this porceptage has remained
practically the same for tbe luut 80
years. Tbe native population in St. Pe
tersbnrg is 83 percent; 41 in Berlin,
45 in Vienna and, contrary to the gen
eral opinion, 65 in London tbe high
est of all large cities. Of all Euro
pean capitals Paris has the greatest
number of foreigners, more than
181,000, exclusive of . 47,000 natu
ralized foreigners.' Among these are
26,863 Germans, while in Berlin there
are only 897 French. London has only
95,000 foreigners; St. Petersburg,
23.000; Vienna, 35.000, and Berlin,
18,000. In Paris the number of foreign
ers increased between 1833 and 1891
from 47,000 to 181,000. In point of
numbers there are more Belgians
(45,000) in Paris than people of auy
otther foreign nationality; then come
tbe Germans, 2fi,8C3; Swiss, 26,000;
Italians, 21,000; English, 18,000; Lux
em bourgians, 13,000, and Russians,
Germans Ilnla Knrop.
Europe may be Enid to be ruled en
tirely by Germans, since the beads of
reigning houses are, for the most part,
of German origin. The British royal
house is of pure German descent. The
Austrian mperor' is a German and so
are the Spanish princes. The king of
Denmark is a German. The king of Swe
den is of French ancestry (the founder
of the present line was Bernadotte),
but his recent ancestors have been Ger
mans. In fact, the .French royal lines,
the Portuguese and the Italians are the
only non-Germans among tbe royal
bonses of Europe. Even the kings and
princes of the former Turkish provinces
Servia, Bulgaria, Greece and Rouma
pia are Germans 'Exchange.
Oat of tbs Moatha of Babe.
Little Effle went to synagogue, and
when the rabbi called next day, wishing
to be Sociable, she said to him, "I heard
yon speak your piece yesterday."
"Did you, my childr" he said, half
surprised, half amused. "How did you
"Oh," answered the honest child,
"it made me awfully sleepy." Ameri
Place an oyster shell in tbe tenksttlo,
and It willTjollect the hard matter tlmt Is
liable to fon'uon, tlie inside of the kettle.
The shells should be washed with a brush
before usliia. Remove the sholU every
few weeks and top luce with frottk ones it
Ue water Is very hard
To the Electors or the Village or Lack-
Notice Is hereby (tlyen that a meeting of the
bo-rd of ren let rat Ion of the village of Laurium
win ue nem ai ids council room, in said rll
Isko. on Haturday. March 1. 1hw. for th mi..
poaaof refriHtcrlus the name of all ruch per
on aa ahall be poaeaaed of the noocasarr
qualifications of electors In ald vlliave. and
no may sopiy for that purpoae, and that an id
board of nitration will be In aoaaion on the
day and at the place aforeaald. from o'clock
in inn morning inir a o clock in tbe afternoon
for tbe purrwwe afortnald.
VETEH CHAHItlEB, Village Clerk.
Dated, February 27, 180.
T7 LECTION NOTICE.. y
VltlSfreof Uiurlnm. In the oonnty of llouuh
iwu. in cmiBin micnivan. mat i ne next enau
In Tlllane election will lie held on Monday,
V if whlh ths following offlcers
Three TruHteea. for ths term of two years.
Una Truatee, fur tbe term of one year (to fill
Poll of aaUl election will t open at 7 o'clock
In tlie forenoon, or aa aoon thereafter aa may
Iw and will Iieeonilnued open until 6 o'clock
In the aftttrnirtn it irhlnh k, thaw in
Cloaed. l'ET EH CTlAUIilKR. Clark.
, Daud, February 27, IfcBfl.
different from an T common Tlnwa re, but
Rust T nware ma. s by l o.
iriiNi-xntMi that they Will NOl rtuai
1 AIM" to Antl Bust proper-
NeUL'Q A ATI ftdvertisinST 1116
Rust Tinware, we make this
Avar Icompnt. Ann it Will enl
N tTM'lt Is hereby itlven thst the next sn
I'Ual election for iho vlllntre of Ked Jttclu't
will be bHdon Monday, the Vth day of March
nex, it the Engine Lus in shI1 villain, at
which election the following o Ulcer are to he
Oi.e 111 President.
Tl reT31 Trust- for two years.
Ot e I Trustee for ouo year.
One 11 Clerk.
One 11 Ai-es"ir, and
One 1 ('onniHl)lo.
Tie polls of said election will be oren at
evt n 71 o'c'icii In the forenoon, and remain
opou until Ave 51 o clock In tbe artern'Hiour
aid day. WILLIAM W. ELLIS.
Hi d Jacket. Mich., February 27. IsiW.
TOTIt K Is hereby (riven that a meeting of
1 the board of reir la 'ration of the village of
Kd Jacket will be held In the council room at
the Town lis I In aald village on Saturday, tbe
eevi nth day of March next, for the pnipoe of
reirHterlnK the namee of all eucb peraona as
ahull lie uossessed of necea-aiy oualllicatlons
of e ectora In aald village and who aiply for
that purpose, and that aun board win twin
aeaamn on tne day and pmce aroreaid rrotn
nlnt l1 o'clock in the morning until eight f
o'clock In the evening, for the ptirtione afore-
aald. WILLIAM W KLI.I.S,
K d Jacket, Mich.. February 37,
XTl TH-H Is hcr'by given that s caucus will
IV beheld on Monday. March 8 1", at H
o cli ck d. m.. In the Opera Uouoe. Ked Jacket
for i .ie puriioae ot placing In nomination the
roil' wing ottiocrs to be voted lot on Aiouday,
t)i e 111 I'rea'dcnt.
ji t rustees roriwo is years.
Truatee for una 11 year.
One ( I
pi ell Aaaeiiaor.
Ot 11 Couatable.
WILLIAM W. ELLIS,
Clerk Village of Ked Jacket
U J Jacket Mich. February 24 im.
in lijAkk rtn rs
y A caucus of the electors of the village of
Lau"lum will be held in Lanctot'a Hall on
Hattrday eveniug, February 'i'i, ISIIH. at
o'cl ck. for the purpose of nutting In nomina
tlon the fold. wing ticket lo be voted for, at
llio village election, Mureb U, to-Hit:
tt e President
I I ree Trustees, for the term of two years.
Ot e Truatee, for the term of one year, (to
Or 9 Clerk.
Oi e 'I rcasurcr.
Or e Assessor,
Oi e Constable.
PETER CIIARRIEH Clerk.
THE CITY BAKERY.
A ELMOX t MTKAXIIF.LL. Prop's.
Fr int Street. Kol Jacket.
Ft wh bread can be had at the following
plac : Tamarack and Hecla atores, llennea
V m ,'s, Ilolman Sl WililHins', Red Jacket, and
Flnl ivaon'a Laurium, Fresh fruit and cream
cam every caiurdnv.
VI cC lure & Jacka,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
FI tt-olass rigs at reasonable prices. Horses
mr I i nr Mcnunril
THE POPULAR rAVOBITE,
Ja,s. H. Browne's
Pros anting the great omedy-dramatic success
in II ve acts, entitled :
New bodjts by Mr. James T. McEnery,
jur. iiarry Butherlaud and Minn
Prices, 25, 35 and CO Cents.
Seata Reserved at Rvan'a.
To Have Gooi Ens
You mut regulate the food for
your chicken. To have
Healthy Plants !
You muitt glv them proper nourish
ment. We have the proper
thlu for both. '
arourrrd Oyster Shell
ana uroundl Bone
Ann jmatcd food for flowers. We hare
MoMomlnff Flowerlnjr Hnlbe and
r lower eei of all des
criptions. Holman & Williams.
Dehirhtful comfort, perfect
The favorite of all women who wish to dress well and feel well. Made
In style to suit every figure. Lonjr or short walut, high or low bust.
B0UG Misses50 Cerits to $ 1 .
' Ladies' $1 to $2.
We never cry Cheap" in connection with these arools. The people want them
Why do they want theiu? Decaune they are pre-eminently
Superior - Above - All - Others!
We hnve them. Come and hare our sales-people talk Inteligently about them
and explain to you their merits.
Thee "GOOD SENSE" wafsts can be
laundried when soiled aud be as good as new,
J. VIVIAN, JR., & CO.
Every piece of our furniture is yours for
1 0.to 20 per cent below the lowest cash fur
We have more furniture than we want.
Business sense says, sell what we have at
heavy discount, it's cheaper than storage.
You know the character of our furni
ture, it is of warranted excellence.
Our undertaking department is complete, services first-class and prices
S. OLSON, The Undertaker,
Scott Street, Red Jacket,
THE 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. RY-AJSTS.
the show-case containing the nieext 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
We Are Receiving Daily
A large line of Lappa and Fmnroldrry, which will be sold
at verv reawontiblrt prlwa ranting from 3 to
wJcuniapcr ard. Alao recuivlng
daily an cuilio
NEW LINE OF DRESS GOODS I
Fancy nrillUntmea worth 40 per vd. only ,
Noi.ko I'lnins worth 2.m: pr yd, for only
Lorruine lueuilltj, Wurtn 00c ir yd all shades
Plaid Silk Waist Patterns
r iWh on,sbl",r1Jow P1-1'- Wc '
thin In ilii,o..V. " " piiniuni m novPiilPa wiilcu wecanmn mrn
non in tula apace. A vlcii to our aturo ouurlnee you of the above.
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Noxt to Big M Ike's Place.
Wagons, Do You Need One?
Li'.lrX BO you Cannot do bnttor thnn rnll on
'JAMES, lyARbV, THE WAGON MAKER!
And he can build you Just what you want, and at lust as low a figure
juu. win pay ir all
If Your Wagon
uring it to my ibop on Sixth utrret, near the Opera Houf, and have
it renovated in a workmanlike manner.
Special Attention Given To Horseshoeing.
health and jrrace -tho Infarlable
of living ia tbe
If you can't think of whnt to suit for preaent,
jtirtt call at RYAN'S STORE and examiD
cut rIhh ever opened in this city, and at
2o( per yd
hare rewired sn
pntlro new Sine of
rr vark'ty llian