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Tka Co jsst Conlrj Elites Jerky's fortune.
rTBUBBKD ST I'.dltor and Proprietor. IVOffloeln theNawj niock, ;north end of TKHUN Of MiM( IPT0l BY MAILOMCAUUIEH. One year (la aUvanv) i Hi month PoriuontU HE FOUND IT IN A TERRIBLE GALE OFF CAPE HATTER AS. Tbo Soerol Oat After Nearly naif a Con. tury Om Iluadrod tul STn TouqcU ol Gold Ilarlsd om tho CtuI or Main After ParlUas Advanturaa Jerry I Klcb. SSTBRBD -4T T1IS FOMTOrrU'S AT CAIXMBT MICM1UAN, AH SKOweiO-CLASS MAVritH nr-CommuiiioAtkn and letter of tuliMwj uuuueeUnl with tb paper should bo BiWrtnei The Copper Country Evening News," rr C'alssaet. Site. to Sosculats ScccessMy " U a publication f ntirelr devoted to that subjc-cl. noiueart suoot-seful. Knowledge Is Success. ThU I no "IiihWo snap" fr outside fool." neither Ih It a broker' advertisement. Oet tbo particulars. Address The Clayton Publishing Co., Cleveland. Ohio. leland, Towle & Co. BanKers autl Itrokara, Member of tbo df.EB anl New York Entases, Ooppor Stocks a f pedal tf. W. F. Fitzgerald. Coosreao ML. Bootoat. MINING. Mtocka. Boston r'ebruary z. ltfttt IhMtoa.... Arnold Atlantic Botttou and Montana butte & Uoaton Calumet and llocla Ceniounlal Copper r ails Franklin Kearnarge nlmnard National Osceola S3 yulucy IJrt Viuiucy script 73 hauta l-'o Old Dominion 17 Tamarack , 11(1 Tamarack script 15 60 Tamarack Junior.... T ecu in nob I 73 Wolraruia 7 75 7 7S S 73 IS Vi 60 Copper. The market continues exceedingly strong, with a good demand from manu facturer, both hem and abroad. The feature of the week was the sale made by the Calumet and llecla company to borne consumers as well as for export, at the price of 11 cent", basis New York, and it in said that very large quantities have been taken thereat, although we have not been able to ascertain what the ex act quantities were. In any case, they must hare been large, as the company has since refused to make further sales, either of small or large quantities, at the same price, and are now entirely out ol the msrket. Some of the other Lake companies were sellers early in the week at the same figure, but haye since with drawn. Most of the buyers of Lake cop per being, however, now well provided for, there is at present do demand at a higher price. Electrolytic copjer has not been freely offered, but some larger transactions were made, the details of which have not been publicly recorded. We haye to quote for electrolytic cakes, wire bars and ingot 10, and for cath odes 10,'i. For casting copper the de mand has been somewhat better, but orders beinir, eagerly competed for, we haye still to quote 10V3 10 For Ari tona pig copper a good demand existed for export. Humors have been current that the Tamarack mine does not show up so well as of late, and that the pro duction will be seriously curtailed. The shares have suffer d a very large decline, bat official information is so far lacking, Exports of copper during the month have been very heavy, and are likely to continue so for some time to come. The London market exhibited great activity and tbe sales during the week were exceptionally good. 0. M. Il.'s opened on the 24th inst., at 15 12s Cd spot and ad yanced steadily from day to day, closing at the best, 40 12s C J (t, 1(1 15s for spot and 7s CJ higher for three months prompt. All other sorts have advanced correspondingly. For re fined and manufactured we quote: Eng lish touch. 48 1049; best selected, 50 10-35l; stronac sheets, 5Gft5G 10s; Indin sheets, 3 i54 10s; yellow metal, 4;V'U ll-lGJ.-77;e E aad M. Journal. To the 1'nbllr. Tbe undersigned wishes to state that he has opened a boot and shoemaking J shop next dour to Jacob Gartner's store, Fifth street, R-d Jacket, where he is pre pared to do anything in his line of busi ness at reasonable prices. Gent's shoes soled for 45 and 50 cents; ladies' shoes soled for .V and 40 rents. Workman ship guaranteed. A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. ClIUiLKH KfCMPPAIXEK. The ty orgao. James (j. Glanville is the sole agent for the EsteT riauos or organs for Calumet and vicinity, and all parties wishing to purchase, one of these celebrated instru ments must get It through the above agency. Six months' lessons free, to every purchaser of piano or organ. Apply at No. 510 Blue Jacket, or at Ede'sdye works, opposite Kohlbaas' meat market, Front street. It requires a diplomatic use of lnngunge and a vast power of persuasion to Indues old Jerry Haven of Sullivan Ferry to lla close how he went to California in 1830, fullod to earn money, borrowed cash to take himself home, and thuu luado a for tune when within two days' journey of ew l ork. This Is not because Jerry lores money overmuch for be spent nearly all bo mado before he steadied down but for the butter reason that he fears the original owners of his wraith may yet tarry this Ids of thegiavvand come down cast to Dlalm their own. Therefore Jorry is wary whon approached on the subject, aud lia ble to flutih and fly away long before any truth seeker gets wlthiu rango. The old man is short, stout and florid. Ills breath goes and comes In little trusts. like a fanning mill that has lost every other cog, and when excited his heart flut ters inside his ribs like a wild bird In a cage; but in spite of t hew physical defects and In spite of the 71 years that bo has soon born and burled, he works every day in the winter for 110 a week and collects the rent on 14 summer cottages which he has put tip since 1888. Residents who know him, and have known him for decades, say he Is worth 150,000, which sum is probably 50 per cent larger than his actual assets and nearly 100 per cent greater than tbe valuation Jerry can be Induced to plaoe on his real estate when assessors are around. Rich or poor, he never coasos to lament the waste of the fortune ho mado oomlug home from Panama, and never divulges how much property ho owns to day, lest he should bo brought to account for tbe audacious speculation that first made him rloh. Though Jerry was not ono of the 1349 "Argonauts," he went to tho Faolflo coast sarly In 1850, taking all tho money ho had In the world with him. First ho wont into the mines expecting to get In a week all tbe gold he could lug home, and falllns in this he washed saud in tho Sun Joaquin valley until his money was all gone, when he tried to hire out so he might at least iarn his grub. With flour selling at $200 a barrel and sugar 3 a pound he could find nobody willing to board Mm for what he could do, so, borrowing enough money from an acquaintance to pay his fare homo, ho started back for the Isthmus, with a poor opinion of California and a worse opinion of himself. Except that two or three failures like himself tried to rob him aud were made sad when they learned he had nothing worth stealing, tho homo ward trip was as dull as a minority party's caucus, until the steamer drifted Into a hurricane off Cape Hattera. Jerry, who has boon to sea considerably since then and has also acted as moderator in a moot ing of two warring church factions to say nothing of having once been chosen stakeholder In a sprinting match Jorry says this was the immt tangled and intri- cate windstorm he ever passed through. Tho first thing the sea did was to smash every boat on tho steamer, and then it bo- gan to pound upon the hatches and coin pantonway like tho alarm at tho lunor gate In a Good Templars' lodge. By this time the returning gold hunters wero thinking about the vanity of riches In general and the great weight of coin In particular, and began to unbuckle and throw away tholr wealth laden belts. While other passengers were dividing tholr time botween profani ty and prayer Jerry was recklessly collect ing the treasures of this earth which his companions hurled at his foet, carrying them all to the engineer, who chanced to bo a friend of his, and was willing to di vide tho net earnings of the venture. For 8fl hours the sea danced to the fiddling of the winds, and the passengers repaired their morals as best they could, and then tho sun came out Just as they wero off tho Jersey coast, allowing tho woary steamer to reach New York In safety. Though nearly all tho passengers were studying tho chart of tho hereafter, thero were still a few who did not neglect tho present, and among them wero two or three who had seen Jerry collecting the belts, and who camo to him when danger had passed demanding tholr wealth. The old man says tho ..hat ho told the com plainants was not a lie, but he admits that it had a similar effect,' and In splto of this assurance that ho did not have tholr gold they treated Mm so rudely and watched blm so closely that he was fain to scnu to tho rew York polloo for olDclal escort through that city, a service they rendered for pay. In a little hotel down by Bowling Green Jerry and the engineer di vided their gains, and found that each one had Just 133 pounds of gold. On tho boat en route for Boston Jerry was assallod by claimants for his wealth, so he had to pay heavily for protection. From Boston ho sailed for the Penobscot river on a coaster, thinking It safer thun to go by steamboat, and on arriving ophite Bucksport ho was set ashore to find two men waiting at menorei to Kidnap Mm. But ho dodged them all by hiring every horso and vigor ous man in tbe vlllago for nn escort, and thus protected went on to Sullivan, where beburlod 107 pounds of gold in a clump of bushes back from tho shore. For flvo years ho did not daro to look at Ms treas ure. Finally ho dug It up a llttlo at a time, and put all ho had into vessel prop erty, which was paying well at the time. After the war the shipping business de clined so that ho could not make his prop erty pay running expenses, and tho pania of 1873 left hltn with but a small fortune. If he had bought Bar Harbor roal estato, he would have been a millionaire now. As It was, be purchased sboro property In Sullivan, and now owns n small village. "111 bet a plug of tobacco as good as roa ever smoked," says Jerry, "that there ain't another man In tho world who went to California and bock In 13 weeks ond made 120,000 while be was away." Those who hoar the offer never dispute klm, hoping to hear more about that peril ous voyage from I lot terns to New York. It is needless to say that all strangers who Indulge in such hopos are sure to go away disappointed. Jerry Is modost as well as rich. Sullivan Harbor (Mo.) Cor. New . iie or uutory. As the pi iv of "Idimnn nnl Pjthlas" Is to bo rei.derrd by the l'.iow ne theatri cal cnnipni'V mi the Uth of this month at the Armory Opera Houghton, under the auspices of Columbia Lodn No. 144, K. of P., it may ba interesting to some of our readers to utate the order of the Knights of Pvthis was originated and the ritual written by J. II. ltHthhone at Eagle Harbor, Mich , In 1W5S0. Mr. Itnthhoue was born in Oneida, N. Y.,on October 29, 18.TJ. He came to Lake SjiH'rior in 1857 and taujj'jt school, at Eaglo Harbor and Eagle Itiver and wu assistant clerk. at the Central mtyie. He became so impressed with the beautiful story of D.tmon and Pythias that he was prompted to write the ritual, and so the order had its origin on Lnke Superior, and tt' en-fore may lie so nppreciatd by the reidetits of this county that they would have a desire to go and see the play. When the wur broke out Mr. lUtbbone aided in getting up a company in which he enlisted and went with the bois to fight for the Colon. In 18C3 he became engaged as clr'rk in the medical war department lit Washington, 1- C., and on February 17, 18(11, he, with a few other gentlemen, org miied the order of the Kuights of Py thias aud it is now one of the most pro.-perous l nefli-ial and fraternal societies iu the United States. It was organised by an American and is thoroughly American in all its principles. Mr. Itathbone was well known to many of the old residents now living, among some of whom are Msrs. William and Mdt Van Orden, John Senter, J unies Cryor, Johnson Vivian, E. It. IVuberthy aud ex-Sherilf Fred Pawd-n; the latter was a scholar of Mr. Iltthbone's when he taught school at Eagle Harbor. As the story of Damon and Pythias is familiar to most of our renders, we will not go into any detail in describing it, but Bullk-e it to say that, knowing as they do the magnitude to which the order has grown in America, it certniuly must be very popular und it will lie a rare op portunity for every person to see for themselves, fully demonstrated in the ploy, the principle and foundations on which the great orderof the Knights of Pythias was founded. You w ill under stand, this play is no farce or burlesque, but shows in reality the principles on which the order was founded, There will be special trains running be tween Calumet, Lake Linden and Hough ton for the accommodation of all those desiring to come and see the piny. All tbe Knights of Pythias and their friends arerordiully invited. lturklen'sj Arnica Salvo. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, aud all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by I). T. Macdouald. NEW ARRIVING DAILY AT Ilanba. Bank. cALt;au:i VERTIN BRO CAPITAL, - - . , Surplus and undirided profiU( 'Jjj rom pbh ravrmt. Afifiln PAID ON KTimtHT, J. W. Pierce, Pepublie, la., says: "I have used One Minute Cough Cure in my family and for myself, with results so sat isfactory that I can hardly find words to express myself us to Its merit. 1 will uever fail to recommeni it toothers, on every occasion that pn-sents itself. Eaoi.e Diuto Storb. Lake J.tmleu Mas. Stage leaves Paril Jfc Pen ire's livery sta ble every day nt 8 a. m., 10 a. m. and 1 and 4 p. m. Stage Ieives GreenHhields' livery stable at 8 and 10 a. m. and 1 and 4 p. m. Paxil & I'eaik e, C. GttEUNSIUKLUS, Proprietors. for Nale. One house, seven rooms and woodshed, painted; fine rocked well and pump. Two corner lots; good garden, " fenced. Consideration $1,100. Enquire of Jos eph Simmons, Lake Linden avenue, Lau rium. A bargain. Call early. Don't inyite disappointment by experl menting. Depend upon One Miuute Cough Cure nud you hnve imme-liate re lief. It cures croup. Tho only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. Eaolb Dkuo Stokk. The Hockford electric belt is meeting with the best of success. Cull and exam ine it and get references. OUlce over Grand Union tea store Red Jacket, Mich. IfXHSFL & IlDIt8. Johnson will be ready to serve you with pure, sweet cream or way up ice cream in a very few days. He is hustling like all get out at the Agnitx block, Calu met, Mich. Tho Kent Wo Have. Insist on getting a "La EmpreW 10-ceiit cigar. AH first-class dealers sell them, try 'em, like 'cm. Equal to im ported. "Give me a liver regulator nnd I con regulate tho world,'.' said a genius. The druggist banded him u bottle of I)c Witt's Little Early Risers. Eaole DnroSToiiK. Tbe bread and cake of the Superior Bakery can be had at the following agen elesi: J ameo Lisa's. Mrs. Hoskln's, Red Jacket: Martin Kuhn's, J. CL Lean's Peter Olcem'a, CaJamet Village, and Weisenauer's, Unilbaul's, Lake Linden, A fresh supply is left at these agencies every day, and tbe price are as low as the lowest. Quick in effect, heals and leave no scar Horning, scaly skin eruptions quickly cared by De Witt's Witch Hatel Salve. Applied to burns, scalds, old sores, it is out gWal ia offset, Al way s cures piles, luAOLJi Daro Btojul. York Sun. Kleeirie Hitters. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited tor aLy season, but perhaps more generally needed, when the languid, exhausted feei ng prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and al terative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long nnd per haps fatal bilious fevers. lo medicine will act more surely in counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial poison. Headache, indigestion, consti pation, and dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. 60 cents and fl per bottle at D. T. Macdonald's drug stote. To UhlefcoB Paaelers mud Other. An incubator and brooder with about 100 fancy Plymouth Rocks and Brahma chickens for sals cheap. Apply to Mrs. Jacob Alt, Houghton. Lost A gold earring, between Raym baultown and tbe post office, on Monday night. Finder please return to 2210 Middle street and receive reward. Let Johnson doctor your timepiece. His medicines will art quickly and you can have your w ork same day you leave it. Agnitz block, Culumet. Eycrjbodyis invited to inspect John sou's elegant Ice cream parlor. Say, but t is nice, way tip. Come and see. In the new Agnitx block. t own A Lunch of five keys. Owner can have same by applying at Schroe- der's auditorium and piling for this ad. Three tons of wall paper Is what we have on our shelves fo this season's mpply. Siveiit Oi .HON. To Rent Four rooms. Downstairs back of Calif )fLla fruit store. Cull up stairs in Agmtcu Mock. i. 1 Will Wonders Cease? We daily sell to customers 083.16 worth of goods for 036.26. Uom- f.TiA hill nf o-nods and let US know where we ar$ comparison between cash prices: orricimji rniRIM Iiumnu a. h. osbokn "tn U. . OQLTOK vH.a-1 1 First National. Bank VALVflET. Capital, Nnrplus. nick. 100.00Q. 50,000 mmmr rr was Per Awnnm HavlMKsDepoHli. I.0.iu,,f.i fll nusti&ken in crstiit and Dress Goods We just received a large yarietj of drew Rood la all shades and qualities and tbe price marked on them are fully 20 per cent lower than other store ask lor same goods. Silks. Our new line of silks Just arrived, which we kaow i much larger than any other store carrie ia the coaoty and prices much lower than the lowest of other- White Goods. Come in and see our new line of white goods at price that will surprise you and make you bur. Percales for Dresses. Double width percales, only 14e " -Scotch ginghams, only....................12c Nice line of Ducks at M.......12)re Large variety of fancy Satine 10c. 15c to 35c . Embroidery & Laces. We are now ready to show you an endless variety ot embroidery and lace from 1 cent to f 2 per yard and guarantee to save you from 15 to 30 percent on all four purchases. Carpets, Rugs and Matting. J ust received sixty-five new pattern of carpet, con sisting of .Ingrains, two and three ply Ajmlntera, Moquetts. Fine lineof stair carpets. Six beautiful lines of Floor Oil Cloths and eight very nice patterns? ol new style of mattings. If you look them over you, willay that tbe variety is much larger and price lower than other etorea. Clothing. If you wish to buy anything in the line of Buita, Pants or Overcoats, come in and you will be raited with the variety we have and the low price. Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes !!! Oar shoe department is now complete, consisting ol tbe very latest styles in footwear in Buttoned and Laced in Needlo Toes, Razor Toes. Ticadilly Toe and every other kind of toe, in A, B, C, D, E and EE width. You enn be sure to find an exact fit ia our shoe departmeat. Prices much lower than elsewhere. ' Great Reduction ! On All Winter Goods. Must Be Turned Into Cash. Cloaks, Shawls, Cape, Flannels, JleatT Underwear Mixed Dress Hoods, Eiderdown ArtricaVS Wap,H-rs, Childrens Ready-Mad T - WMunpyy Oer Credit Store Soothing By rap St. Jacob's Oil.... WUard, Oil...... Tar Honey.., Catoria..M....M Bo id' Banaparilla .. - H Cash Price. .16 .95 .85 .35 Pettljohn. breakiaet food. RoUed Oat.-.... 1 Box Combed Uoeey. Strained Honey la umbkre. Gallon can Apple.... PW reaches pr eJU Lemon ding rcfe " Whit Cherries - ' Raspberries - ...... Blackberries " Strawberries Green Gage Plums Bartlett Pear Apricots Muscat Grapes Marrowfat Peas Early June Pea Small Bifud pea Lima Beans Succotash Sweet Corn, Rest Core Good Tomatoes Pumpkins Mushroom. .09 .30 . .13 .30 .13X .30 JO .10 .10 .2u .18 .18 .18 .15 .10 .10 .15 .10 .10 .8 .10 .10 .MX .30 Fascinators. For Overcoats, German Socks and Rubbero nZ?qn'fT Mfn'8'by,"d children's oyer, coats, German socks, wool overehlrt. and underweaT hts and caps, heavy artic. and rubber., wool abowlod other w inter good, you can now buy at your own prfc " per pound... 05 Saeidor'. Tomato Soup .35 " Mocktnrtle 8oup M ,. . .85 0 Boxes Domestic Sardines................. .35 1 Box Imported " .. .35 Colombia River Salmon .15 Mackerel, ia Mustard....... .35 Totnetoe...... .. 35 Lobsters............M......MM....MM.M..M 25 Dunham's Shrimp...... .35 Cov OysUr.... .MM,.....M.. .1$ Clam Chowder .35 Russian Caxy la. JL. .40 Anchovies. . .12 Fancy PTerve...... .20 5 Pound Fruit Butter... M 35 2 IbJellj. in glasses .10 15 pound Wooden Pali Jellj..M.M .45 Saner Kraut Per PaU..... 40 Heinti's PKkles per quart .10 Beinti's Dili Ptcklsa per quart...... 15 Heinti's Sweet Mixed per quart.......... .15 . .18 , .80 , .48 .15 v .20 .30 .15 .30 .33 .30 .10 .13 .25 .48 .10 .31 .50 .03 .04 .08 .09 .10 .15 .35 .35 35 .40 .40 .30 .40 .10 .48 .35 .30 .18 1.00 M .M .20 .35 1.80 24 .35 .83 .60 .07 .08 .05 .05 .15 .70 Chow Chow, WUtehsTta Mustard Per quart Coleman's Mustard, pore, J, uuve uu, put bottk.... " auart UednU'.Uuszp. plat.. quart, Queen Oiivea, plat , " quart Bla. LabeL pinv4 n quart. Bores Radish Pint .. .... " quart Lea k Perrla's Bce, X pint... ". ? J Pt x. n icavn tapper Bk Royal Yacht a.b,IresBngir o-iB, ni oi pail Mb. Bs: ol Salt... Saffron, beet Spanish.,.. Mods. V lb ' .... Hop. lb,..- Yesst Foam. 3 trkaM ' 'u 1 vtv,..H Roval lUklm sV.. Dr.-Pnc' Bsdtiiv pju1.""' Kaow Ball "."7 r7T 3 ot. Extract of Beef. i Sf Vric? FtVoriD Kx tracts. H h. can Vaa Uotasf. Cocoa lb. caa Epns4 ; . - . Xlb.caaFrys - 1. Jkd MUh. Eagls Brand MJI 90 lb. Hod. OatkM. Mb. Fancy Cracker.... Cbiehea Corn, nar kMhai auioxiy iress BjettCreamerr Batter Z'ZZ'. Maasfleid's 34b. drams Kiugstord'. corn Starch ZZ TarSc...:: 3dos.OoihsPio Parlor Matches..., Z oars, row s tsad lroas., lricts. J25 .50 .50 .60 .50 1.00 .15 .15 .25 .30 .40 .15 .25 .25 .15 .15 .30 .25 .35 .25 .20 .15 .15 .20 .15 .15 .10 .15 .15 .15 .35 .90 .80 .40 .50 .83 .35 .80 .30 .80 .80 .30 .80 .50 .18 .23 .30 .30 .05 .50 .15 .20 .20 .25 .40 .80 .20 .25 .25 .40 .25 .40 .25 .40 .15 .20 .80 .to .15 e .80 .60 .05 .10 .16 .15 .35 .25 .85 .85 .60 .45 .45 .25 .60 .15 .00 .80 .23 .25 1.4U .60 .75 .25 .28 1.60 .80 .85 .60 .73 .10 .10, .10 - .16 .23 1.60 Total... . 936 30 36.16 Fort Sai.k A good six-room bouse and large barn. Inquire at 2402 h stnet, noutn l let la. To Rmt Rooms over the Star rlnth. ing store. Apply at the store. Bet of Roger Bros.' knivss and forks. 3X0 at M. GitUer's. oi wFu11 lin of Grocerieb of tbo vorv b-nt hmHn always on hand. Vrlc;M.lor. Vertin ! t iwrla Itvvelr.d. orriciHs: BDWAItD KYAN P.m JOHN a DYMOCK Vics WILUAM BANUElON ...12 First National Bank, t-AIlE L1NDK.1, . nitk. Capital, 100,000 Men lBR KNT 1NTEIIFHT PAID OF NAVl.NGN HKI'OM.TS orncaas! CHARLES 8MITU V.cvPhmS JohmB. JUNES Cajhi2 tVAooounta of individuals, llrnu.and son Derations solicited . First National Bank, HANCOCK, - . . Mi,!,. Capital . . . Surplus and Minnie! profits Vear For Oat Per Aoaam AIIowm a Itrool Dpoatia. omcsaa: WILLIAM HARRY Pswmm PETER RUPPK VlCt-PKWiDMt WILLIAM CONDON Casiuii ruee Macice ID. ID. S.f Dental Office, Over Star Clothing Store. OrFIC! HOURS- toll, m. 1 to IB. si and T to svenlors Insurance. F. A. Douglass, Agonoy- Fire. Marine, Life, Accident, Plate Class, Steam Boiler Security. 25LeadingCompanies English and American. $100,000,000 OF CAPITAL. W. H. Faucett. Local Repreicnlatlr Room I Bono Block. WANT COLUMN? Advertisements oiasslfled under this bed kisertod at the rate of ONE CKNTawordtaok Insertion. No advertlaomsnt taken for nsi tbaa u cents. rOR RALB. FULL LOT-In the villa of Rm1 Jm faolns tb H. O. railroad. Apply st tb nsw.omoA. THM SPACE IS ItKSBUVED BYTH Calumet and Hecla Mining Company. its mnrvoxtxm Wso vlak to sell tholr booses, or buy tons' wko wish to root rooms and tboos wbo bs rooms to rant ara Invited to advertlas hart wiUont anv expeoM , Corner of Oak and Sixth Strooto. oro: Red Jacket. aalo Seren-room boose. No Ridsestroet walLowa. AduIv to Ads son. Par flals8fTen-ronm houaet No Tunnel stroet, Hwedstowo. Apply JuM Soppaia. Ti. aii. o.4..- it sinfl! tbf rooms on I j. Apply at tbo'boua or of tt ootapaav. Waated-In Swodntown or Tellow Ja'W a BT-room h. ii- A r..l hnuaa "l of Joeojh tftarbvna. Hooana to Rent-In Calumet street, MJJ rmm. Apply to KlohaM Coo kin . Uoolastroot lloola looation. For 1730, a sli-rootn bMS g 1571 E stroat, KavmbaulU Inqalrs of oniDojiT or at tbo house. For KalswHouoe No. 4: 0 'ft?!', paultooTij.ultabla for ta-i fajuJliao FC torsMtlwo sosjajr tt the tows