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Pl ULl '.UKO BT Prod islaoltonsio, t:aiiwraii4 rropletor. rfjroffleetntrioNr Work, north end t UU strwt, Ktl Jacket, Mivii. teujih of m ii.ricirTiox:;u BY UKli. on On jreAr (la advauoo 41 month Vvt mouth nnn i mnnn iini m ttthtt , - n 11 n wn tt LimA TT yrr n v y I .w.u.n i. vu. itwrorrica at cah". BUCMUUAN, Ai SKCO.NW-CLAM M f lt.lt. Communication and letteiof t-uine OOUIlMUMl Willi VUV ucr uvu. The Copper Country Evening News,! Sir riiiUpCiirr.e during the list British ,l,..mstiati u weie reused ai.U ptuneo. t.i ni.ft. far poble, the ol ivuo.isof the tulltn, ht professed all tbrju an Inability to understand how Mi.i-niitrM!M could possibly have beeu p i-p-tr itcd in bi domiuions, and who in.-t the evidence ul massacre with polite inrissluiit V. ll.jwcvrr.whfn the fiaul droit of the reform scheme wai preaeuted to Ue TurLi-b jrjvernment by tueanibaeadors of Great Britain. France and Bur.slu, the tactics c! procrastination, came !ato nJay.anJit was at this poiut that the attitude of Ru.ia b'go to oeucniir.,. The sultan's answer a uei iyco, mm when Sir Philip Currio asked for ua bnrne- They Each Ccct the Country Over $ 13,000 Per Year. THEY SPEND rOXIY LAVISHLY. AbU Must Have Dowb rillows. Hair Ton. Ira, Attar of Hotc, Ua,nin Filln. Promo Lit h la, Leruotisand ApolUnarU Tor Tbtdr lienufy and Health. " How 13' S32calats Snccessfiilly " U a publication eutlrtlr devoted to that subject. Muwn succctul. Knowledge Is Success. K 1.1- I- Ir.al.W. Btllltl" for ' OUt.! 1 foO'." 1- ... l.isik.r' aJvul'liailucUt. Oct the particulars. Address Tha Clayton Publishing Co., Cleveland. Oltlo. Leland, Towlo & Co. Duukers uml 15roker, Members of the cflstcn ana New York Masses. Oopier Stocks a Hpoclait j. W. F. Fitzgerald. Hit Sit., ltotvn Wamiisgtos. March 16. Special. Fonalor ChacUler hn a succeeded In milking qulio a stir with hU agUallou iu favor of ... - M . i I H 4UUiV VVUUUIWUI UUJIWLdiai I ill IUU Ul V4D dlaten'ph, he found that nt uuir t.i me affairs of tho scuatu. but H U doubted l( other aiub.t-wadora wne "prepared toe x I any ri-al reform rcbults from hU ciTorts nlATKVVI.U Ci)tMV, j liuMxiv, March Th annual moct lnu ul llio" tViilfllliial Mia In Company wul lv held on Wi.lius luy, tlie tu day of April, 1M, at ronui 3. No. i.- IH'Vuii hlrt Hlri'fL. lioHloil. MuoUfhusi.tti, ttl U OfltK'k IHHIIl. 'I tw. filii.x't of hnlillflL' ttl" hHIIIO Is: 1. To tied a board of directors for thorn- ulng year. ... . T.nifHl''nAtotht hH-ation of the luiKiiu ottioe of the t orporutioii, tuilido the lam is of the Mat of MleiiU'un, m accoruMiicu w uu iuu articles of a.MK.'lanou. To collider any plan that may t olTerod to sell and dlApoce of tuo piMperiy of the cvm pany to a new Company to tu formed under tlja plan of reork.'ttiicuum or oi hi-rie. 4. To consider ana act mou any lim-lness toat way lawfully como i chuc mo inccitu I'er order JUll.N c W.VTSON'. THOMAS II. l't-ltlvlNi. 1LL1 AM 15A'M'. The Proteetivo (.oniiiiiueeap1K.)iutcd by a ma Jorlty of tua Mockhoidcrs. Cip l)Kfl HLK . TATt:t'VIA TiO Xt l)KTw)tr, Mien., 1 eliruary .1, i-.fi. TO TUB KkI'CULU.A.M tLtCiOIti Ol' iUC M A I E or Muhu.a.n: Tlie eiatts iHinventiou of tho republican! of Mlchluau Is heivby caned to meet hi Hie Audi torium. Ik-troil. on I nui e-dai ..May .". !-.';, ut li o'clock noon, for tuo iuroo. oi uoiinn.iiiii fourteen 114 eleetort of pie.-ideiit un.l ice president oi ttiu l imed Man s, und elec in four dele,aces-ut-laiv' and lour iiuei naf di i eifates-al-lar-o to the hihiIj.k-.im uaiMiiai Convention to be held at ft. Loui, Mo., June Id, Also lor the purooM; ol Si leciuu a chairman of the Mate ct-uiial couiinitieo unl two liieintiers themf from each congressional district ami tho nuiisuciioii or i iiuiher bust nesa as tiiav tironet lv conn' f i nrd. tnder the tail of the National liepubllcan CouimitU e. each connre-sionni di.-lucl is -n- tltled to two deie'ate and t o ailei na'.e 1 Kates to I lie national convention, wlucudi Katessliail lo chosen ut district conventions Held wM'.M l less thiiu I Kcuti Uu da s imUiic .- . i.ith!-s than tinny 1 J tiay.be- frCrvt'U ly t? C lonal convention. . a" nits from Hi. several count i'M l'i uiurru'i a .,,.. r.s,i. t.-.i i.. .V of the .--lalo c mi vent inn, and teieel as follows, to bn pre-cille.l to ti ii vent Ion for conliriiiui ion: i'o n:.i tlie Matt; central coin mil tee, one le t'lit. one a-sis am secreiary, on-; im 111- achof the colinutlieo oil t'leil'-liti.o: nuaueiit oraiu.atioii and ord. r ot bn ." and 'Kesoiuuon-," and li tmn-.tct such tr business as t iiev may di-eni ticce-s.ti y. .tider the resolution of l-.V-, no iK k ute i.l entitled to a sent in I he con vent loll Uo 1 I reside In tho ciuuiy ho proposes to re,. in. fin accordance with tho reMi'ut'ori of 1' very county will ho entitled to oiiii de:ci or each live hundred of the total vote ca-i lor jfoveruor at tuo mst Male en cuon iNoveiubt r l.-W), and one adililional for every ti.icii .i amounting to tim e li'iudred, but each oi -.in Ized county wiii tu einuied to ut least io i-i deleu'Htt s. In compliance with tho rc-o!ui ions adopted in Uct roll, J uue i , 1-.", I lie Mfi lary of tarn county convention Is ume I to fora i to tu accretary of tue Matt; centra; committer, lc imit. by the earliest until alter loo dcieui.tr to tho Mate eonveiition he ciiosen, aceruilil list f such de.eL'atrs as are entitled to nvits in the statu Culivciilioil Iroiu their rt specu Counties. 1 his committee re iuests that thi vcvcral counties MMect t iclr county coiiunittees tor the eusuiint t wo j ears at I he county conveti lions which elect u elevates to tne Mate eon- veutiou hereby called, and that the nivuiiia tion and iiiemls-rship of micIi coiumittecs, ! get tie It h post oilier adilresrs. be at titice forwarded to the fccictury of thu Mato cen tral comuiit leu, I'eiroit, in order that curly and systemutio work may lie la uu uud cur rled ou during tho coining euinpnuii. JA.MKS MCMILLAN. Chairman Kepubiicau Mate Cciarui Coiiunit tee liCNMS E. ALWAUI), Secretary. Under the alnive aeportlomncnt tho total numtier of dcleutes ut tho couvcuiiou Mill be KM, of which Houuhton county will have VI Mariiuette county i: UoKehio county nntoiiatfon county !i Keweenaw county Uaraica count v MINING. A Hour Arnold Atlantic Itoston and Montana. Butte Ac Itoston Calumet and llecU . . Oenteuuial Copper Kails. Franklin Kearsarco Mesnard National Osceola Uulncy julucy script Santa Fe . Old Ixiiiilnion Tamarack Tamarack sctipt .... Tamarack Junior.... Tecua'scli VVolvtrini , hktoeUn. HosTuN February 11. I-'.h; 7s SO 1 .j I". 11 W 27 50 EDITORIAL. la I'liKlaiul to Itlamef ii npiere to io ine i.tshion j'it r ow to une all aorta of npprobrioiia .'jiithota neaihst Kn'jirid when hpenkin of tlie Armenian trouble. Thiiwna ko forcibly failed to our attention ly the inteniper- ate mnifunne which ttw of the apeakem, after Mr. liefhetoor'i le-tur 1 ere lst week, umd that wc hnte Kinre emlenv. ored to aacertaiti whether Knland whh the treacherotin mounter be waa then le- clared to be. Our research en iro to t-how that in the earlj wwk of laac y- nr Sir l'hilip Currie "uggpated to the Htiltnti aonie adininis tratiye rtforniH for ti e Arm niao pro?, ince, which ended with the ncrefitafice by the sultan in October of a modiried Btbeme. During thin time I'ttInnd wna OHtenaibly 8rtimr with France and Kiih fin, while the other power "food onide. Although it wan quite etident that Itua dia waa absolutely and renoluttly op poned to the adoption of any nit nsuni to coerce the nultan, and France appar ently, w-na deftirou of keeiin strictly in line with Rusnia. The reform nchemcB oriKinnlicff with . . I.d ma mi VP In prcHsj any pinua - which it uiijihttH" poasitde to apply pre uretothe porte,"Hnd.hortly afterwards theKutfsian nmbaHsador lufortucU L,ra Kimberh v, that if the lklti.h govern meutw art reaolved to "have recourse to measure of coustraint," hould Turkey refue autifU'tiou to the detn tnd of the three power, Uusia would in uo cane UoJ,...i,.tu If with such action. The llritishaii.biiiMiidor at St. lYterbur;h was ulso iuformed"that iu no cane wou'd the Russian government adopt coercive meiaure," which he wa-i informwl had never been contemplated when the rv furiti KpheniM waa Biibmittetl to the eultan. KuHsiaall the time pretested against the asiitatiuu which was kept up in Lnfc land by the Armenian committee, which it wa claimed wan tending to tir tip iu rturrcction in a state uoruerinu ou ikus sia; that it was all very w ell for llaml, which waa o far away to taaeapenti meutul view of the Armenian questtou but that Ruani.i would never couxeut to . . . : I t an Inueueuuent .vrmeuma aiunum. Ourinir this hivullnc. Sir l'hilip Currie wrote that uulem greater preure wa applied, the Turks would sueertd in their olaus of evasion and dtlay. Lord Kitu- bcrley here founa his hands were tied, oet ihg thai HusH'a and France hud both absolutely disavowed the policy of cou struiut At this juncture Lord Siilinbury came iuto power, and he at once put himiself iu coiiiiuuuie itiou with rriuce Louanon, wtio iuformed him thut "the Kussiaii ovcruuieut was averae to ubdertakiug any respuumlnlity for the administration fauypurtoi the lurkisli uomuiiou. .NotithHtamliiic thi. Lord Salisbury maiiituiht'd that the most hopeful koIu tiou oi the Armeuiuu ditlit-ulty whs toap- imiut u strong, litiueht aud caput. Ic gov cruor, wiio should not be lutt ricmi witu i.y tue ollitiais at Coustantiuople; but, nil, the Millan coutiuuej to potpone loiurf auythihir about the teiorm scheme. Iu August, Lord Salisbury directed the liiitisli ntnb.isriiJor utt. r etersburgu to asieiiaiu ,Tow lar the Uu-Hian govern- uent are willing to procttd iu putting pressure upou theporte, ns tueydouot cuiisider that diplomatic means will he ol inucU lurtLiT uvuil, aud wus told in reply "itiut the idea of the employment 1 turc.j was personally repugnant to the luperor, huu moretjver, ibat tue em pioymeut of lone by auy one of the three poeM would be eijuaily distasteful to ihe Kis-hu governmtni." Theauswtr llleeil ther; wus a large and nitne party umo g the Armeiiirtii that did not are tor iefortns, but "xougrtt to tiring about a complete state id nuarchy to l in. nil contiueU ltsf.I togiviuxadt ice. vlii!e France looked u; ou liiTrelt nsun in- termediary only, but would adoiit any course the lull isti uud utissiau uoVtru uieatH agreed upou. At tlie end of October no guarantee. 'batiks to the enndiat ic and repeated re f is il of Uuspia, ciietilly but efficiivelv supporttd by France, to sanction am nit asu res ot cohsii rtiut , had bet u obtaiutd Iroiu the sultan. At t Ins tune the mas sacres were renewed aud riots took place n I oiistautiuople, whereupon tue am- b.i'S olors ot the six powers ttddiessctl a comiiiuuicatitdi to the porte couched iu stronger latiguage to any that hud been before used and in which they diew the sultan' attention to the extreme grav ity td the situation, w hich threatened. not only t Im Armenians, but christians of ill uutionalties Hud concluding by wiv iug the posers "w ill concert, together, if tli porte does not adopt tueetuul meas ure! immediately to pur. an end to the present disorders." It was suppose! i hat after j jiuiug in this demand Uussm aould no longer accept the empty prom isea of the sultan when the direct peifor matice ol explicit pledges was required. 1 be riots at Lonstautinople were fo lowed by the request by the powers that the hiiitan erinit the six powers to umd extra guarn snips, nnu wnicn alter a great deal of pervaricationaud hesituucy tin i lie suitan s part be ut last, upou a personal message frmu the ( lar, permit (cd. Although this idea o seudiug extra ship for the purpose of "haviiig a great moral uVct originated with the Uus sm ns, they supported the demand iu a lukew arm manner and more than once acre ou t fie poiut ol formally refusing to iress it, and ou one occasion suggested it should bu waived. Austria Hungary, as well u Kiissia, was evidently opposed to the adoption of auy effective measures to compel i lie lurkisli government to do its duty; Kussiii even contending t tut "ample tiiim xuould be given to allow the ex citeineut to subside and that the poweis outfit to await patiently the sultan s 't lfort to trauquilize the disturbed dis tricts: Austria admitted that "numbers of hu mane people were revolted at th idea that Furope was powerless iu presen of the heartrending; prospect before the tin happy Armenians, but practical statesman were bound to conidr the sit uation from another stamlpoiut." and that if coercion were applied to Turkey, conflicting intenst, w hich areconedint edbythe maintenance of the sultau's uovernment, would beset in mo'ionand brought iuto collision "with iiitluitely more calamitous results to humauity than even the savageries now being er pet rated on this wretched people." Seeing the stand taken by Austria. Hungary and that Uussia claimed that th" I'ritisli prosposal was "a direct inti fereme iu the internal affairs of Turk v" and consequently a violation of tne treaties of Paris nnd IhTlin all Lord Sal isbury could do was fo recogniz, wnli dU'iiricd re-erve, the ff-j't of Russia's r f isnl to sanction "any course of conduct which might lend to a Furopean Inferier- enee with fe iafernal nff-iirs of Turkey." r nun tin "negative and exticctant po i- cy of Jtii-HiH Ird Salisbu y dts' not, it ap5eur. profess to ho ftr any good re suit, lint n Russiadoesnot stand alone in her views, Fngland acknowledges that a conflict between the powers "would outweigh any advantage that could pos. ki lly b ex H-cled from isolated action," and then fore remains a peaceful onlooker. If the above statem- nt Istrnethere are. we think, fait few thoughtful people who will answer in the affirmative the Lead- That the senate Is recklessly extravagant every one know.. It ha been so for n long time, and thcro li little prospect of a change for the butter Leaving out thy Items of salary and mllcago of cnator and representatives, the cost of running tho fccuuto is considerably greater thun tho cot. t of tho house, though tho house has lour times ns ninny number as the seuato Tuko recent appropriations for n year, for cxntDjlo, and tho lit ma are found to run as follows: ITro. Donprnl anlarlcs IlKU' .i Cft Capitol police li'.JoO 00 lo'Mrtihg debate! Contnari nt expeiiseM UToliJ 40 Ueticli licit s and nosct lla neons T.VCT2 CI CoiupUiug Uirccttiry ti:,'i.T; It) l '.tlA) l) i'VON) 10 l.'.-vo Ot) Totals tcn.4;i tC iroT.Jy Tho scnato 1ms a prcalcr number of em ployees thnn tho Louso and ruys them larger ftlarlc! i'ii nn nvcrajro. Itfpciuls money nioro freely la every direction, nnd when Its own convenience or comfort is concerned rarely stops to count the cost. Some of the statements and comparisons mado by .Senator Chandler and published from time to tlmo iu tho press have been very instructive. Dut hero is one which will convey tho whole truth to the rentier nt u plnnco. It costs the country to keep its statesmen in washingtou one year, In cluding mluries, luihugo and all other ex penses, as follows: For rnrh sennror tn,2r0 tor each rcprcsentativo 7,000 I'or Senatorial Comfort. Jinny of tho items of "mls-rellaneora' expenses of tho wnato will bo found Inter esting oml Rippcgtivo. For instunce, HO walnut chairs, without arms, for commit- tco rooms were innilo to order in a i.lnclo year nt a cost t f ? '.) i neb. Ordinary chnlrs were not pood cuou:;h, but they must ho "nmdo to order." This is one of tho lilt'.a fads of tho senate, nrd a very cxpenslvo fad, too, for In tho list of expenditures wo llnd a "combination 21 lo cabinet, made to order, 1 1-5;" V.;io mahogany table, nmdo to order, f 100," etc. Tho financial clerk must bo a very important official, for It required 03 yards of French W ilton carpet. nt f l.tKJ a vard, to carpet his room. For tho privatrooni of a senator, "ono rocker in olive leather, (30." .Sola couches aro bought for senators' rooms nt ucot of $10 each One disk cost flOO. 'Ono full length mahogany mirror for Fr,ccl..l com- wlttco room, $75," r-usgests that the statesmen nro fond of looking nt them selves. That they like to take their caso wo know from such Items as "two down pillows for commit tee on nddit hmnl accom modations for library of congress, 17.30. ' "four couch cushions, nt !fS.50 t'M,' "ono leather chair. J."5." "one oak chair, 4J, - one leatner chair, ?u7.ii), ,-ono extra largo cushion, fs," nnd so on nt preat length Fven a hat rack for tho com mittee on forrlgn relations was of unliquo onk nnd cost t'.0. Fvcry strator is entitled ton"pnckIii2 dox, so called, mailt l v tho carpenters in tho basement. Theso bosesaronrtistlcallv made. They r.ro virtually trunks Their cost Is nbout C 1.000 u year. Tolling Over the Tariff. Ferhnps the country surpoi;cj the sena tors work themselves nearly to Oculli pro- paring turiir statistics. In tLo last con- press n tariff bill was t.n. The bouso passed it first, nnd in doing so had pub lished nil imaginable sorts t.f statistics. Uut when tho Unaiicc commlttrc of tho sennte took up the matter, it proceeded to make snmo Investigations of its own, nnd found that various Individuals had been paid tho neat sum of f o.Ti.GJ for services lu preparing tariff statistics. what a lot of statistics on tho tariff Ques tion all this expenditure must havo assem bled I No wonder tho senators con Id scarce ly pass a tariff bill on account of tho num ber of speeches to bo made! Specimen Items. Eut this Is not nil. Further cxamlna- tlon of tho "miscellaneous expenditures' or tuo senate shews tho same coinmlitea on finance payirg out, largely to the same persons named in tho foregoing list, for services rendered iu preparation of paper money nnd loan laws of t lie United states. amounts ns follows: S. Helen Fields, 100; JJ. Ihiriee, fiu: II. F. Cromleln. flhii: K. I edict. eit'.S; A. V. Vale. fl8(l: J. W. Dauby, 175; K. 1 'edict, f ISO; L. M. Valo. f 10; It. F. Cromelin, flbO; S. II. Fields. flOO; .1. W. Uanhy, f73; U. Durfcp. 117: l;.i Alcllenry. 5.'; E. I'cchct. $180: L. M. Valo, $180, nud soon ton length that betokens an extremely valuable book. Lemonade for the senate Is a serious item of expense to the people, as tho following snows: For 111 cases of npollinnris water (M quarts e.'ieiii, tin in-du d from Julv 1 to HI. In: 4. nt t7.;j u raw . ftri rn i).' ioxts til lemons, fmiiislied be- twtt n saino tintes. nt II .0 n l,.,r 2T0 irfl I.UXI pounds :ranulated sugar, fur- nisiieu iroui July 1 to in. ut $l.io a iiundred . 4.1 ts l.ouo pnuiuis rriinul.'itt a sugar, fur nished irom July li to LI. ut t l.u a liuiulred 4(1 CO That was pretty good for one' month. Twelve hundred dollars for nnollinaris icmonauo In July. 1M)1! This docs not in clude tho loo, which cost for the mouth HI.) 01. The following Items nro also suggostlvo: For 1 liottlo Yuera tonic bottles listerinr, ut i o rents dozen liottles Lriisvn's Jamaica gin- Cer CCti i grain quinine pill i. ut 1,0 cents... '-ID :) gruin tiiuiiue puis, nt 40 ft lit j . 4'. gallons aleohol. nt J 40 lund Units' bronio litliin y ilo n society liygii'iiie soati, nt 1.1.7a. lit) pounds IttK'k lsluntl a. W. sponges, nt f ' C" tfc bsli rme. nt ill '. ' ' ' ' U tlo7t n No. 4T1I rolofciic. et to.tt I don a tiiiilbrushes ... 0 bottle puiaMd's liuir Ionic, qual ts! ut l-' ili , 3 bottlen Yuee. ludr tonic, nt a l ollies iioimnl s lunr tunic, ut II... I lloi II tlrsl.bruslirM l- tlo.en bath siHinces 2 I oxrs cutiei.i a salve, nt 4.") cents I bug cround nliim salt . 4 Olineis t sseiithil Dt t eellts.... Ifdo.mT. M Marking, ut f 1.10 I doen lit.ti l:t lentil, r polish I dozi n l.l.ii kin;.' Pru-lirs U tloen llyuia:ii(Ue snjip, tit $.1..',3 I tlrani nt tar of ro-r. ..'K). find 1 ounce quiijc seed. Iu n nts 1 CC ft 50 10 SO 10 Si) II 4 la 55 6 UO IS 00 2 oil J t u 11 in IK) 1 tlj I 411 2 It 4i f (I IU U) Price List of and Groceries Provisions Cocoa. Van Ilou ten's 1 Ri can. b " . Vtb . L'pp's Jjr'b can Fry's lb can .83 cents .48 41 ..20 Chocolate. Raker's, 2 cakes to a pound, per lb 33 cents German Sweet, 4 cakes to a pound, per lb 23 " Cheese. American, er pound. Rrick " . Swiss " Limberger " ..12 cents ..15 " ..15 " ..20 " Olive Oil. E. Loubon Pint Rottles. Quart " . 15c .20c 1 galkm ran f 1 2C Catsups. lleinx's, Pint bottles 22c " (in art :!0c Curtice Rroa.' IUue Label, 1 pint 22c " quart 30c Coffee. Arbuclle's, 1-lb package McLaughlin's " Chase & Sanborn's, seal brand, 1-lb. cans... ...21 cents ...21 " ...40 " " Java and Mocha, per lb. Green Rio, per lb. .37 .23 Java and Mocha, mixed, per lb 30 Coffee Essence. Hummell's, per foil 13 foils per tin box... 12 tin boxss. 2 cents Tea Department. Buy your teas of us and you will save at least 20 to 35 cents on every dollar's worth. Good Gunpowder, per lb 25 cents Very good " " 40 " Very best " " "0 " Good Eng. Breakfast " 32 " Very best " " 4S " Good Japan " 25 " Very good Japan " 33 " " best " " 05 " Best Young I Iyson " 40 ' Salt. 3 lb bag salt only. 3 cents 4 " 10 Coarse salt per lb. Sauces. Lea & IVrrin's Worchester, pint bottle 25 cents " 1 " 43 " II. Wichert'e pepper sauee 10 " Salad Dressing. Durkee's salad dressing, per bottle 27 cents Royal Yacht Club salad dressing, per bottle 50 " Horse Radish. Strictly Ture, pint bottles, only 10 cents 1 " " " 15 " Fish Department. Domestic Sardines, in oil, lb. can 0 cents " " mustard 1 " 12 " Imported " in oil 25 " Columbia River Salmon, 1 " 15 ! .. 0- Mackerel, in mustard, 3 " 25 ' " in tomatoes, 3 25 " Lobsters, very best, 3 " 25 " Dunbar's Shrimps, 2 " 25 ' Best Cove Oysters, 2 " 17 ( lam Chowder, 2 " 25 ' Russian Carvio, " 40 Anchoyies, per quart 12 t'odfish, per pound 7 Pollock, whole, ' 4 2-lb Bricks, boneless codfish, per lb 8 " Norwegian Stock Fish, " 12 " Holland Herring, per keg 90 " Salt Mackerel, per lb 10 " " Salmon, " 10 . " Herring, " ; g . " L. S. Trout " s . " K!"f " 12 " Honey. One-pound Box Combed Honey Strained Honey, in glass tumblers ...20 certs ...12 " Condensed Milk. Eagle Brand, cream, per can 1H cent Huviland Brand, evaporated, per can IS " Eggs. Strictly Fresh, per dozen.. 30-dozcn Cases, " 15 ctnts 14 " Butter. Best Creamery, per pound 25 Mansfield's Drum " Swift's Butterine ' cents ..2(5 ..12 Saffron. Genuine Spanish Saffron, per box ! rents Herbs. Leaf Sage, lb packages only Ground Sage, lb " " Hops, very best, ;ib packages only Mlb Stringed Garlic, per lb j 4 Yeast Cakes. 0 cents .10 .20 nts per package, (J f,,r 05 cents (j - .,- .. Smoked Eels, " 55 " Bloaters, per dozen 25 Yeast Foam " Cakes, small pkg " " large " Dw ight's Salerattis, per pound Cream Tartar, strictly pure, per I-oiind".........'..'." Baking Powder. Royal, per pound Dr Pr ce's, imt can.... Snow Ball Extract of Beef. ..35 ..40 cents ..10 ..20 " 8-0unce Jars. 4 ., 2 .fl.50 . .SO . .40 Vt'Al.lF.H WELLMAN. line to this article. Two l.lve mora, Mrs. Phrrbe Thomas, of Junction Citr. III., wa told by her doctors she had con sumption nnd that there wns no lioiiefor her, hut two bottles of Dr. King s New Discovery com id tely cured her nnd she says it saved her life. Mr. Ihnmnn Eg grs, 13'.) Fhiri'ln street, San Frnnciseo, suffered from n dreadful cold, approach ing consumption, tried without result everything else, then bought on bottle of Dr. King s New Discovery nnd In two week whs cured, lie i naturally thnnk ful. It i stn h results, of which these nro samples, that prove the wonderful effl eney of thi medicine in rough android I ree trial bottles at I). T. Macdonnld'a drug store; regular size, 50 cents and $1. We keep a full line of the very best brands of groceries and-provisions, at prices 15 to 30 per cent lower than credit stores. Our departments of Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, Carpets, Rugs, Mattintrs Floor Oil Cloths. Clothine -Ronfc 01 w' Ukj ouoes, are now complete and prices lower than ever. Vertin Corner of Oak and Sixth 3treets. Bros. Red Jacket. Merchants' & Mine Bank, r.Ltjii;r, . . . it ib, CAPITAL, - . . Surplus, and MdmJed profits, 60,000 Korn pur 1 ktim:u aw- OfUCKKSj CHAKLFS IIKICOS .. It. II. osituuN... '.' V-' '''f' II. 8. COLTUN.. ,C'1 1 1 "" tku First National Bank CALIMI ItT. Cnplfal, SuriiliiM, 30,fii;o F4i..r I'er Out .er lwil HawlMa-i.e,,.,.,,.. , H aol I MrU Itroive,, OKKUEllS: EHWAUD it YAM JOHN S.DYMtn K Vi'cV! WILLIAM 11. A.M)Eltfo " ' CAsintg First National Bank, LA It IS LIMIKN, . 3n,h. Capital, FOl ll I'l lHI .NT l Hem Vf orricHiw: JOfKPlf ItOS' M OIIAKI.IM S.VITII vVir 1.. 1 JoiimC. JOM S ... --nil.il ftr-Afouii.g of Individuals, fin... ...i iKiratioimsoliriied. ' First National Bank II ilM'OCK, Mlrh. pital 63.CCQ lour IVr nl IVr Annum All,, Oil lulu I. "'"" orricEKs: WILLIAM HAKKY lHr,myr I'KrFIi KUPPK Vi, r-l Ml. " I'A-iHIM WILLIAM ( OXIhim. r. 3D. s.( Dental Office, Over Star Clothing-Store. OPKICK HOT'118-fl tol!. ni.t itolp.m.; Ml 7 to rt evenings insurance. F. A. Douglass, Fire. Marine, Life, Accldont, Plato Glass, Stoam Dollor Socurlty. 25Leading Companies Fiulish and American. $ 100,000,000 OF CAPITAL. VV. H. Fauceit, Local KeprsneiiUuvt Kooru t BorKo Block. WANT COLUMN Inserted at the rateof t.K t'KNT wurdiNMil liMrrtu n. So atlvertlseracnt xnkva for lesi ttian 26 oenti OU !t,C. L'ULL Lul-ln the vllmiie of Ksd Jaet fKCiriir th- U. Jk 11. ruliptm.t Al.DlVStth Niws oRle. I'll 1st M'.i K in UKi:itVKIllt TUB Calumet and Hecla Mining Company. itm k.miuiyi:i:m Who wish to sell their houses, or buy touf who wish to real rooms and those who b' rsiiin to rent are invited to advertuwt bm) iwiouuiiiiihdm , . . . IM A MX-riini linn"', ." - lleclu slirrt. Al'ply i ll pnuiiMSOr t I" eoiii,uny. I'..r Mule A itimmI six-rooin honw ; lnrfo Imiii. Apply at 'Uvi U st recti "u" I llre'u. '..r stuie Seven room house. ',tl3::'1 ! 'lde street Swrdrtowa. Apply to Aim Jl"' sou. 1'i.r Kale-revrn-ronm house; No. Tunnel street, Swetletown. Api'ly to Ju" N'ppHlU. I'or Male- In Pwedetown. Ilonnf lto.: thre rsiiisoniy. Apply at tin house or of OOllipHOJf. U'Nnteil-In f wedetown or Yellow 3CW a tlre-nx.in h-iise. ApulVto btalso of Joseph ftri ls u. loom to lCeiil -ln ralumet street, U J'am. Apply to Itlcliard Cocking, Mfcl-" lieclasireet lievla location. For Hale-Forrso.a sit-ronra house. Jl V1 "K" Htm t, Hsyinl-dult. Inquira 01 ooiunanyoratthebousa. For Mnle-Ifo.m No. W: C Mrret, t'tmltown; sulislile for two faunlie. tot" for ins 1 ion en.iilrc at the hous.