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Merefl At Fulton.
Jacob Beltonen Killed in a Drunken Row Sunday. Fight Took lMare lu a Saloon. Th rrvirlrtr and Kevrral Otlirr .4rried-Ita4 Mn llarltd Tbla Afternoo. Hunday morning between 2 and 3 o'clock, a roan named Jacob 1M tonen wa killed id a drunk en row at liollmann' cuaip at the Fulton. Saturday wan pay day at tho Fulton and a great rnaoy Finns bad congrega ted at August LindVsaloou to have ti dance and general good time and it w as there that the disturbance occurred. The Finns started to qtmrnl about 1 o'clock and were put out of the hour-e by Line', after which they beun shooting and broke tbe saloon window, one bul let also entered the house next to Land's. The noise outside continued for some time, but about 3 o'clock, whenitb-caine quiet, aonie of the men in th saloon went outside and fouud Uoltouen lying a tthort distance from the bouse and ap parently dead. Then men were about half drunk themselves aud, thinking licl tonen was frozen, brought him iusideand put him beside the stove to thaw out and proceeded to enjoy themselves. Soon afterward one of the men went to look at Ht'tonen and said he thought the man was dying and that they bad better send for u physician. Accordirg ly, Dr. Hosking, of the Allouez was neat for, but when he arrived the man was beyond earthly hope. Beltauen's fckull was fractured, p rub ably by a lar club which lay near him when he was found and he also had a large scalp wound, which, from the Ap pearance of it, had been indicted by a dirk knife. Deputy Sheriff Wilson and dut-tire Thorp, of the Allourz, were notilicd and went to the Fulton yesterday morning to be present at a post mortem exatuiua tion which was bel 1 by Dr. Hosking. The examination showed that death win caused by a fracture of the ckull nnd by a wound inflicted by a knife. A coroner's jury was immediately summoned aiid r.':edthe remains after which it ul journed until this evening. Sheriff Mitchell, of Kagle Hiyor, wan notified of the affair and arrived on the scene yesterday at noon. lie arrested August Liud, proprietor of the saloon, Andrew (Jabrielsou, and two other Finns, Alex l'esonen and lander Weldanen. It is not known whether Lind was im plicated in the unfortunate affair or nut, but he wus evidently selling liquor w ith out a licence, which would b sutlkieat cause for his arrest. The diud wus buried this afternoon in the Lake View cemcterv. cietr wcr highly appreciated by all pres- ent. After the meeting, the members n-i-jo u rued to Christ SchenkV where a ban quet w a served by .Mr. fv nenK. .eam 150 sat dow u to the suinptuoin spread and all voted Mine Host Schenk a royal entertainer. The special train taking the outside members borne lelt about t o'clock in the evening. The meeting whs a siueis iu every senseofthe word and the delegations from the Fort age Lake cities and Lake Linden were loud in their praises of the abilities of tho local society entertain ers. Urrt Fouud ot liult'j. The trial of Frank llahn and Ldward Wills took place last Saturday afternoon iu .fustic Sowd -n's court and the 1 f ini aats were found not guilty. The fo,lo vy ing jury tritil the case: tl. Marti-ii, lhsrles Ferry, lUt Shea, .John Howe, Ld ward Koweaud t'harl s Wagner. Village Attorney A. W. Kerr h paired for the people and the defendants bad no attorney, Ftur wituescs ar.d the de fendants were examined and chn ly provtd that tie uu n lirt-d tl.e candle and they, in fact, acknowledged commit t ing the deed. 1 hi' men w ere arrested nnd. r the village ordiuauce, prohibiting the tir ing of Hie crackers, roman candles, ett., within the corporate limits, nnd the (! ('udants i-lalmed that un-nr tbe ordi nance any one cth'bratin; Independence day could b punished fur violation of the ordinance. Thy nisi t-laiuied that the Browne company u-ed over 100 of these during that eycu tig., h dch-iid-ants said they were calling for M-ci ti tles aiid that Mr. Ilrownet-ent the candle d"w n to them aiid said, "shoot it your selves." The jury deliberated but n few minutes, wheu they reached a d'Mi-iun t f uot Ku''r.V. l.uitl At Itext The funeral of the two Finnish nii.ion aries, the Kevs. lloanpaa and llutuniu, who died at Boston aud whose remains were brought here for interment, was held yesterday from the Finnish Apostol ic Lutheran church on Fine street, and was probably the largest laid hero for some time. Over 130 sleighs and cutters eriinthe funeral procession anil the little church was crowded at the services, many friends of the deceased coming from different points iu the county to at tend the last services over those whose lives had ben devoted to the uplifting of their fellow men. The services were conducted by (he pastor, Hey. Heideinnn, ar.d the remains were interred in Lake View cemetery. Col. F. 11. Lyon, of the Fifth Kegirnei.t. M. N. CI., returned last evening from Mil waukee, wbvre he went at the invitation of the Officers' Association, Wisconsin National (iuard, to attend their uuuual banquet. Col. Lyon is president of the Michigan association, and l.e read a paper on the Michignu National (JuarJ and especially spoke of its si-rviin during the Ishpeuiiiig-Neiraunee aud Ironwood stikes. Tho paper made n most favi r able impression, judging from the notices of it in the Milwaukee papers. Among the guests present was ('apt. Charles King, the well-kuowu author of war stories. Whoi You W&ut hard wore, stoves or tinware, go to a drv goo Is store; they give their cutire time and attention to this line, so are in io i- tiou to give you the best service for your money. But when von want a iiiccdriss pattern, or the lat.st in lace or ribbons' come to our hardware etor-. We carry a full line and give von a larg stock to sebet from. We buy any pieo of goo Is that is of the color nnd widt'i wanted. The only other necessary qunli'ication is low price. Iaim.to.n 11ai:iv.u:;: t o. That ItallroaU Out t .More. Cali'mkt, Mich., March l&Wi To the L'lhtorVan you inform us why so few of the Ked Jacket and Lauriuiu business men attended the mass rueetu-g held iu Hancock for tb purpose of agita ting railroad matters. Is it that the large mojunty ot them thiuk we do n )l need a compering road, or is it that they prtfer lettiug the other fellow do ttie work, and come round for their share of the benefits if there are any? Here in tbe metropolis of coppvrdotn, w here the benefit of a competiug road would be most felt, and w hose support is absolutely necessary to obtain it, w h it ure we dt.ing to ketp the good work aloug? Nothing. It will require concerted aud contiuii 'd uction on tte part of every resident of this county to have another road bu lt to this point. Them is no doubt but that there is an understanding existing between the D., S. S. & A. and the C , M. & St. 1. railroads, relative to the freight for the copper country most probably the latter roads are paid a bonus by the 1)., S. S. V A. railroad to stay out of Houghton county. Railroads 'are built and operated for the money there m in them, aud if we cannot give facts and fig ures to convince the mauHgers of ihe C, M. & St. F. or C. A.N. W. railroads that there is more net profit in doing the copper country business entirely on their ow n lines, than there is in hauling to Champion or N'egaunee and taking a bonus from the I) , S. S . & . railroad for me oaiance, we win not succeed in net- j tingeither of the roads to extend their' lines to this county. The committee up- j pointed to wait on the managers of the coveted roads, is made up of the strong est men that could be aelected, but they will haye to go on their mission armed with undisputed statistics as to what is here lor another roud, if they are to make an impression. Now is the time for Ked Jacket business men to get to work, let them form a Bu-iness Men's as sociation, get together nnd do all they can to gather such information a will be an aid to the committee. A Business Men's association w ould be a good thing to haye permanently in our town, there are many things in w hich such n body working together might ben efit nnd improve it. Mr. Vivian, alien he was nominated for president last time, said, "If 1 am el ected I will do nil I canto benefit it-d Jacket." Here is an opportunity to do something that willlwi a benefit to Ked Jacket and pei haps to nil of lloughtou county. l-t bun call a meeting at nn early date and organize a Business Men's association and endeavor to intil more public spirit into every resident. Ked Jacket should, from ' it commercial standing in this c )iiuty, be the leader in all things for the benefit of the public, not be always hanging mi the nkirfs ,f our smaller ucignbors. I'jiooukss. The ladies td h- Hecl i B.-fjlehetu Fin nish L'vattgt'lii al Lutheran i huroh tnye a ba-Lct social and baz.iar at the Arnmry last "Saturday evening, which wasfa'rly well attended. A large number of us. and ornamental articles were offered f ir a'e and disposed f. Dip ing the cvi n in the Tamarack cornet bind placd several select ioti'i, which added gn aMy to the er.jiya:eiit of theewniug. Lig'it refreshments wee tilio served, nut a general god time was had by all present. IHvinc Mini.ll' Ity. "Tlieivfore avuunt all attilmle uixl sture, Anl (tart t lieu ti ice practiced ttt the lucsl 1 peek divli e simplicity in liiia Who iiiui'lics tilings divine." 'owrr.it. None will certainly i'eny that the "things diiine" to which the poet reft rs are the ladies of I aluinet and vicinity and that he who poHes(tf the divine sim plicity to picture them is V. Herman. The Key. J. II. Kiipatriek, pastor of the M. L church nt Lak Liai n, ollici at"d at the Calumet, M. E. church yentrr day morning and preached a very infer es; ing sermon. J lie. K v. W. I) iinunds, of the Osceola church, preached at the evening service. The Uev. C. S. I:a-t-man is still unabletoatteud tobispastor al duties on a-count'.d illnes-. "Vi-llow I A perfect bicycle, Hfrorg, simple ml ranks supreme and is the M in . correct in Hups, e:isy running: ir nek no m h-dgtd lender everywhere, l'rices. 100 to iL'o. Call or dn p a postal for t h; Velio w Fel low Year Book." J. Hermann, ( a!umet, nk'ent for Houghton and Keweenaw counties. Mr. L M (iidctt has rinnt'Med the Lvejiing Ni:ws to announce that he has decided to withdraw ftoni the contest for the nomination for township treas urer, and takes tl:U opportunity to thank his rn.iry fri nds for the suj p a t they have already necorded him. Mr. Uillett withdraws in favor f Mr. M. J. ('ulnan. The bowling match bet iveeii ri,d Helzel. known as "Miuneapoli," ahd Willi .t ni Tom-, of the LncJiwh-A nier can (lul. w as played in Wilrners' nllcy Stturday evn ing. and resulted in a victory lor lletz.d by a score ()f to US. A member ol the Coliindiiau chili will ni'et Hetzel tonight at I he same slh-v. Joseph H. Fhillips, overswr of the tim bermen ang in No. Ushnlr, Calumet, bad his feet seveiely brni-ed l y f.illii g rock this iiiondiig. ' Mi injuries an- nor very serious, but extremely painful nnd Mr." Fhillips will be on the sick li-t for pome time. At th Itltik. Bv speiial nrranireu.ent. Manager Fd Fl.-th will have the Fifth Kegiment bainl present to furnish music at the Fark ice rink this evening, and nil are in ited to attend and cuj.'.v a p'easat.t evening bkatii'g l'he ice is m excellent condition. About forty members of th local K'- rhabite lo-'gi-s went to Hancock last Sat urday niht to attend the concert, and social given by the Hancock lodge in th S.-tlvatioii Army hall. All report a very enjoyable evening, despite the chilly weather. Cirtf itier Job Work. Mr. W. T. Danitll is prepare 1 to tuke carpenter job wnrk and gnnranti s satis faciioii and tir-t-eass worknian-hip. All orders lift nt II. K. Lean's storeor at the Nkws i.tl'.ee w ill receive prompt atten tion. Take adorn of DeWitt's Littl- Larly KUers just f.tr the g.v.d they will d you. These little p;!ls ate good form due-thai, goi..J for headnclie, lomiiI f.ir ;er coin 1 1 lint, ut id for coi s'iieitioti Tliey me icod. Folic loin. Stuuk. M aiimko Saturday evening. March 21, aiine 4or-vegian ititncran parsonage, on South K a liland street, by the U v. M. S. Holt, Mr. John Jverson to M I vara lulra Amnliii Sederiais, both of ta'untet. I he harpy con file have taken up tht ir re-idenee in wedetown. The Oicl Town l'unip. How well you remember, wbvu a boy, you used to quench your thirst with the pure and fresh water obtained from it. But vou can have a pure and more re freshing drink by using the Scen'or Stcxk beer of the Bosch Brewing la Sold bv nil dialers. Charles Lahti, wife ntd family left on the noon train for Cokato, where Mr. Lahti has secured a farm nnd will settle down ton life of ngricultural pursuits. Mr. Lthti was for i erl v employed in the Cnbimtt nnd Hccla timber mill. Burns are absolutely painless when le Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is promptly p'ieil. This statement is true. A perfect, remedy forskindiscm.es, chnppiHl ban Is aud lips, nnd never fails to cure Files. Faoi.i: Difi o Stokk Alex Duncan aud Charles McDonald, both employed in the Calumet nnd I let la blacksmith shop, h ft today on a six wet k iit to old friends in Canada. Th" former roes to Diittou, Ont., and the b.t to Halt, in the same province. Neil Hume, telegraph operator at the Tarn track roundhouse, Icit on the r.oon train for Thomaston on a wick's vaca tion. Mr. Hume has been unable to nt tend to bis duMes f, r so.ae time aid will tnke a week df to recuperate. The F.p.uiNli Li'Jiiiueinconncetion with t he C iluiiief M. I), i huri h wi'l resaitiei's regular weekly meet im.'s. The meet ing I'liesday evening will I e held in th" bane taeiit ol t lie chiireh, and el! are cordial y ia i ed t o attend. Over J."0 men ntteralcd the ineetirig at the Opera llnm-e yesterday afternoon and listened wiih interest to the various short t' ll s iicn bv a number of these ei.t. tenor sol' Mr. Join ICcrnp returned Friday last from SI ut ;mn Bay, Wi., where be was ill. d by the evcte illnes-s and hiImc tietit deat i of his mol her. He whs hc- omi.auieii ly Idi brother, Mr. Nick Kemp. The supper given bv the ladies' society f the Norwegian M. E. church on Sixth street, la-t Saturday evening, was well attended, and the lad es netted u m at, sum for the bemlit of the church society. I'.v special request, on Thursday night T. Wills, Jr., will ie n grand sterc- optteon. Admi-Mon, 10 rents. Keen re you come. Mr. Wills will recite and il lustrate' Th(.'Cutf-w Must N t King." Mr. Kichard Browning wishes to an nounce la is n candidate for the oliice r.f overs- er of highways and trusts that his riends will rally to his Mipuort on nomi nal ion night. Herman Moiia' Hruolun. At the invitation of ti e kh. society, Order of Herman Sons, a large iiumt 'cr from Lake Superior Lodire. No. 1 of Hancock, and Kaiser William Lodge, No. 5, of Houghton, came to Calumet yesterd y elteruonii by special train aud n dele-ition from the Luke Linden i ety also r- sonded. A mo:i-t.-r meeting, attended by near ly 200 Herman Sons from Houghton connty. was hdd in their ball in the I'niori building and after tbe r.galar bus iness was transacted short "peer lie by prominent rnemlsTS of the sis-ieties was indu'wl in. Talkn from leaders in tho work and those high in rank in tbe so- The Miner claims that t w o r l j piom-crH reside in Ontonagon county, viz: Mr. Thomas Stripe, who arrived there iti IHt.j, nnd Mr. CliHilet Dornbusch, who wpnt there iu the sane year and h ;ih fii.lv left the county once since, when he made a business vi-itto New lork. .Mrs. .viKirew Ktgl a-1 I, siren to return iiiriks tor i.cr-eii ' a ad ramiH- ,!( those friends an mihbf.rs who by their Kino aris rm syrup itf.y haye li. lp. i,,,,Mlk;i, Hwiai iier-tvcment mey w re n smideaty rnlh d pans tbroiuh. unoii ro Mr. Will C'tipju-I rendered A rcgu'ar ineeting of Hccla Lodge, No. 0(. I. (J. O. F.. will be held in their ImJ!. Wcdiiesdny evening. Work in theinitin- ory degruj. All niembera ure renptct- ful!y rcque.-te I to attend. Hi Jlllet i.odrc o. 131. !... r. There will be a regular meiting of the aboe lodge on Tuesday, March 21. Work in the first degree. All members are requested to nltend. C.ur.ty Clerk Kobert, II. Shields, of Houghton, was in the titv Saturday nnd isr ued first citizeanhip papers to about thii(y-fie npp ieahrs. Mr. Shields re turn' d home Sunda y. Williapi C. Johnson, who ban been working nt the Hccla mine fur some time pasr, it t nt no-Hi lor Lalavero coiiLt.v, uliori'iii, where lie has secured a lucra tive posit I VI). Paints. m Our TTn rRTPARED PAINTS are just wlu c is wr.ntcd for homo use; quality tho best and ready for the brush; in all colors. Also, Brushes, Glue, Var nish, Gypsino, the great wall finish, Stains, Oils, etc. CAHLTG-I HARDVA3E CO., lll'.O J.U'Kf.T. uorinov. The Palace Meat Market:- U the place to go for the Best Meats, Game. Fresh and Salt Water Fish etc., on the market. Only the best in this line kept in stock, and everything always fresh. Give us a call and be convinced. D. KINGSTON & CO. Is nii iii iu Calumet for ons week. Trof i Thuitellis well knowu to most of the people in the copper country, na ho has been mnkins regular trip here for n number of years. Kooms over tbe Grand I'nion Tea Store. to 8 p.m. Foil Sam-: oh Rkx tat a Kahuain The Perreanlt Hotel and stores nt Lhassi II, viichiiian. In thi bui .Iir.i: the c nre threw stores, hotel nnd public bull, t.'reat reduction wdl be made to anyone i .kinK the uh.d,. iniildiiiir. Apply toO. 1). Hn- hctte, Huncoi k, Mich. t'ountv Treasurer Isaac W. Frimodij? was in town Saturday and Sunday, re turning to tlie county sent this moriiiug. riauo Tun I us. I'rof. 10. Lanier will ln in the city this wet k. Leave orders ut, Hermann s. Los rI'-et ween the South Hccla school a-id II. fc T. Ii. railroad crossing, a a Mai k os'rii h boa. I'inder t. lease rc- t'lin to Ni.ws oKn-e or No. 1114 Calumet avenue. .Mr, no. nut, oi isnpeiimifr, who was visitietf pf the rt'sidencp of Mr. nnd Mrs. JV-ter Knp: e, .Ir., on S xth street last we- h, rct-.t ii"d to her borne S-iturdnv. New so' tim is ex iiers to tho front. A urn rid .rUtl nt the Sal vat ion Armv on Tiicsdsy evening. Come nnd enji an hour. .i- etiim nt o'clock. Messrs. Harry Hor.kiii and John Dec went to Hauls Harbor today to look up lii-iniss connected vith the Mineral Ktini- telephone company. John Koscwarns nr d Co-orjri Lind, r-f Jh d Jacket, nnd l'efer I'al vey, fd AUoticz vi-ncd friends nnd relatives at Copper i aiis yes'cr'ip v. . ...... iniirm-i la-r eieninsf I N,"," W1;'T. Vl"u w,th fn r d in tbicniro. Mr. Hoskinif combined lMMi. dcss with pleasurs nnd nilahi,. sjtriiiR and summer purrbasw for bin sto- on Fifth Ktreet. Mi-s Kcpsie K.'pers. of llanco- k, spent SntimlH.V nnd Sunday with friert!u In Cabiinet, the yuest )f Misn Mury Koberts, li pi i ii r i m i . Pro Hill The Expert Optician, Office hours from 1 to " and It is retiot ;cd th it Mrs. William Hitn- mer, of Copper Fulls, is very i-eriously ill ut her home iu that burgh. Frunk Komi. Jr.. of Dollar Hay rolling mills, yisiied iriends ntd nlutiyts iu this tiry yesterday. Vanti:d A uirl to do nt'i'Tnl hou-c- w ork. Apply to .Mrs. tronle, L.uu riuai stit-tt. Jacob Slonnker, the Lute Lindoii pop uiai.uiHcnaer, wus iu tne city on ouei ia8 today. Domlnick Ke'cruo nnd Joseph Coutello bft ut noon for liulte, Mont , to teek pas tures Ii:W. F.oh.n To Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Munih of I'nie trcet, u baby url on 1'ndny ufternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. I). Jonca speut Suoday with friends uud relatives nt Lak ? Lin den. Wami:li I'woracn to net ns HKeiits for (lately & Co., Fifth street, Kod Jacket. Just anv stile you want, nil wool, for $l.r the suit. Oatks, tailor. New spring w nil iwiper at John Dun btan'p, from 'J cents per double roll up. Old suits made to fl.GO look like new for Oatkh, ttilor. lions To Mr.nud Mrs, James Fi v, Jr.. of lilue Jacket, r baby ulrl, on Sunday. Try the New Home seniny nmch'nc. Jons DrssTAN, Acnt. If vou wunt ii good timepiece, go pee Johnson in the Asnitch block. and William Ferguson, of Harnpn. is in the city for a few days on business. (lood accomodations for two boarders nt Oates' private hotel. If you want a warranted ruz jr, co to Johnson, Agnitch block. Mr. Otto Sibilsky, of Hag!') Kiver, was in town on Sutnidny. Set ol Kojrcr HroH.' knives nnd bake, f.l.fiO nt M. (lit tier's. , II. lu Mosler, f)f Louisvill", Ky , is nt the Calumet Hotel. ralmiM't Town!liip ('iinrUfO", jvamiii .mi"w. Xotlco la hcrchy (riven tlmt a c.i:ici! tneei in r fcr tin? toiiHli! of 1'nlutuet will lie held to tl e ('Hltiiiii-t cIhkiI llrtliea I'lMay, lloUTiti tl iy of Murch. MM, it s. s o'clock i. ni., fur tlie iitirM'st of acimx in nominal ton ik i xoii to be Voi e-1 oa til u cuMim .' hiitniiil towtiiiiip Ul-'et inir for I lie follow in;: otlice-; One Sillier isor. tin? Tow nli: i'lerk, tine Treiiftm-r, tine School Inspector,' tMio 'oainilssloner of lll 'lc.vn yn, line JumI 'h of the Pence iliill Icnn), ll llveireerof lll-Tli , C ne liietnl" r of t lie lienr-l i f U' io x, vcni f", Three lusix-euas of L!ecllou for Piccni't No. :;. Three Inspectors of Election fur Precinct No :., To ir Const utiles. Olio PouiiilinuMvr. Hv order 1 1U;D MACKENZIE, Towisstiip Clerk. jitKci.M"r cai im:s. Not Ice U lier.-hy clven 'lint a cnucin rrH-ct- Inir lll ! Ic'I'l la ihi- hi-rml j-reci'ict.x of Ctilittliet towishiti on '1 IiiiimIiiv, the i Ii ilnv oi M ot'li. PI'li. at s o'clock p. in., for (he l-llr- pone ol HiiiM.intlML' Ueleir-tcs to 1 he t'.wii-on;i cmicus to Ii- hciil at the Calutriet School Hull on tl.e cm niiu of Friday, tho SIlli cay of .IHH II. iv.t'i! Pteeitici No. 1 The Cn m-ns f-ir precinct No. lull t-held Ml t ho nnnni J CMptuia'H etiicc ou the II. chl I, lent Inn; this rcc'iooL Mill Li! (II tlt lei to t-1): III ilcic::ine. Pii i lnct o. 2. I he euiicas for precinct. No. 2 ii lie del. I at. tin ininiir; c;i IhuiV oliice on the ( ulumet loeulloii; ihii prtciact wi.l he en titled toclUit ih lvi:nu . i'n etnet M), ;i. The (-miens for nreclnct Xr. 3 wll. he held bt tie- I own Hull lathe Ml ic.-e of Hi l JnoKct; ibiH precinct will lio entitled ) eleven dcle-.'HU e. I'll clnct No. .The ctoir-us for t-rec net No. 4 Mil he held nt the tiiinlii.' ciohiiIii'm ott-cc nt lliehoutti lie-lu; 1 his picclnct Will ho eiilitlc-ii to "even d( leyiiteri. Pieclnct. No. ft. The caucus for nt-cclnct No. 5ll ho held In I.iinctot s ihill, in l.aiii iuin Vlllllje; this preciut-t Will bo entitled ldc.lv (Icleyeti s. Precinct No. ll The c.-oieux for m-ccinct. No (1 will lm ht II Ht thu lilu'bt liiinnl Araiory j thii prec nci win in- cii' a icii id t iu-ktuich. Pr. clnct No. 7. The cuncun for preclnrt. No. 7w h he held at Iheiiiiniiiit captuin's ollicent i in . eiiieiuuul rri ino ; this precinct v 111 lie en tit le: lo four delcii riles. Ii V onler l UKIi MACKENZIE, TowiiHliip t'lei l . Ca'-iinet. Murch 2H, s'M THE CITY BAKERY. Pi 'fbKOX A TK VM I.I.I,. I'rap'H. rrrntMtri-ci. IWtl Jut?, ft. Fresh hreinl enn ls lunl nt the fo"owln? phtc- b: YainuriicU nnd Hccla utoriM, llcnni a A-.Ch llolnuinc WillhotiN'. Ped Jiicket iin-1 l lnl. vson'B l.Hurlnm, I'rclj fruit rani cremu cnU( jvery Suturduy. William J. Jacka, Preprlelor of I.hery, Feed and Sale Stable. Etint-ciaas rim at rMnunHblt prtotn. for itld or or tmnirs Felious Itelf Kcre lift truin for Iloston. on tbe tu lining Mr. .In tnc . (laul, of Kynn's general tore, refnrrieil Satur.la.v Irorn fbicngo where he has Iw- n on a two week' purl chasing tour. K. Ii, Hennes, of Iike Linilen. un in town jesterilny. Hood family wood at J. Vivian. Jr., .1 Co.; 1 4 it corl. . .I.IW. Chih!s, of DflVrf, is.ln the city on UUsilltSH. Johnson, the I'nttrnrer, Agniti Mock. Johnson, tbe Jeweler. New Styles, Perfect Shapes in Velvet, and Clavs. J.VIVIAH.JR.&CO., Heclaand Fourth streets, LAURIUM. GRAND OPENING Spring and Summer Wraps, Capes. Jackets, These Cuts are But Two of the Many Styles of a Large Selection Lowest Prices. Latest Designs. Fashion able. Correct. Best Values. We alsocBrrj Mit-sea'Car- It w ill unv vou to look over our line hile it i full. incut. lU'giu ia at ? l.Ot). -which wul nurprise you. One of These Capes Just the Thing for Easter. Women Of Taste Every piece of our furniture is yours for 1 0 to 20 per cent below the lowest cash fur niture prices. 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. ivert Olson. Our unilertaking ilejmrtriient is complete, services first-class nnd iiricoi moderate. S. OLSON, The Undertaker, Scott Street, Red Jacket. Ladies ! Ladies! low Is llis Chance of Your Life. bill Will a mil Our buyer, while in tbe market, purchased at auction nale the entire lot, lift v ilt'Kant Muck IVrsina L'inil) Capen, ritfht up to date in atyle aud fiuii-li, .'U inches long, O-l inches twocp, regular price $ 15. W"e are now i-r'triuK them nt lens thnn half. Our price in 22. It will pny .vou to buy if you have to lay them nwny uutil next winter. EDWARD' FtY-A-lsT. :.Tra.tt?,rffitacr.is Giving Away Canned Goods! Or Just About So. In order to liirhten the lmilr1jr.tr for .....,, r nn- n iur.K n wny b. ,,w nrtnnl tout. ,,1 nnd otir display f rnnned Holman & William s. Gartner. 0 H H 4-3 U 0 .We Are Receiving Daily. A 1st rc IttuMif Ijici- iiiul FniiiroMcry, which will 13 sold at very retiMiimlilti nrkt-s runitinit from 3 to wi c nts jx-r ynl. A Iho rcceivlnx Inily an entire NEW LINE OF DRESS GOODS I Conclsilnn of Fnncy r.ririiaiitines worth 40c per yd, only 2."c per yd Sonmi I'laiils. worth Uoe prr yd, for only lrc Lon-ainv ( henille, worth GOo it yd nil BhudeH Jl.'c " Plaid Silk Waist Patterns Al HKionishlnn low lu lrcn. We hIho have reeelve1 nn entire new line of I'lnulniiiiK, c'bIIci hihI Outing Flanneln. te. A Inrger vnrleiy than ever. Aluo nn iinnuiiit-rnlil mnoiint of novelties which we cannot men tion In this kimk-v. A vihlt to our more will convince you of the above r.xtra lleavv (Irny 10 1 Hlankets, worth tl, now for White 10-1 IllankctHfor only Jacob Gartner. Noxt to Big Mlko's Placo. Geurtner. Wagons, Do You Need One? I so you cannot do bo tier than call on JAMES McHARDY, THE WAGON MAKER! And he can l.niM you Just what yon want, and at iunt an low a nRure an you will pay for all iiferior article. If Your Wagon Need Repairing liring it to my shop on Fixth etrfft, near the Opera Houw, and have it renovated in a wor itnanllke manner. Special Attention Given To Horseshoeing