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PCSLJSHBD ST TFrodi Maolconzio, Kdltor as Proprietor. tV-OmoeintheNswi Block. '.north end of TKKMM Of m-BWHIPTlOSII On year (In advauce Oil month! for mouth. In Case of a Split at the Chicago Convention. Hi OXE WAY TO SECURE SUCCESS. -1 r. .v it miti r r it - SUCatQAS AS SOOOP-CI0 MATTS. rW-OoinnuniotK.ni and letter, oftastaess ouuneoted with tho paper nou,u u" The Copper Country Evening News,! r i'al asset Mich. Leland, Towle & Co. UAiikerit aud Brokers, Member of th Boston anil New Tori Eictmes. Copper Stocks a Specialty. W. F. Fitzgerald. & UMreM Ht. Bootes, MINING. Mtocka. BOSTON April IS. Alloue Arnold Atlantic 1 Boston and Montana 7 Butt A Uoeton 2 Calumet and liecla Centennial Copper Falls Franklin 12 Kearearice 11 Osceola SO Oulncy m 3ulncy script 5 Uid Uoininion ltl Tamarack Tamarack script Tamarack Junior Tecu uiaeh Wolverine T Pioneer .M Merced 1H &i liathrr Kmbrriiitiua. A well known Yulilngtnn minister tclli this story: "In ii country circuit In Vlr gliihi it was the custom to wenr weekday tiliocts and stoekln,; to church bet'ituse tli dust would m l tin in soiled. Sunday foot wear was carried ulon In t tie hands of tlx wearers, anil when t ho church was reached f change was effected One of the ablest nilulhtcrn In the ecu fen nee preached at the church, and being told of the custom and having some distauee to walk from whert liewiw U'lnx entertained adopted the saint Method. Ono of the leading characterl- tics of the minister was his Ahxentmlndod iicks, and thrusting his hosiery In his pock rt he mounted tho pulpit. When In the middle of hi discourse, he drew out what he thought was his handkerchief, and aft er wiping his brow laid tLe article down to the pulpit, when, tn his dismay uml the nmusomcut of the congregation, hedlseov red that It was the pair of extra MK-ks that he had worn toi hun li He completed his sermon, hut it was the last lime he ever conformed to that particular custom cf tho country. aiungtou Star Xapolvou anil the Anrlrnt Nobility. Of the nncieiit nohlll'y the emperor once said with a Miner: "1 ntTeretl them rank in iny army; they declined the service. I eponod my nutcchamliers tn them; they rusitcu in and unci them. To iliUsween ItiK Miitemeiit I here were many ixfleworthy exceptions, lint on the whole NatN.l.sm never classed the estate of the French no Men lower than they deserved .Mill they had a power which he recognized, and it was with a w.rt of grim humor that he be gun to distribute honors and the sops of patronage among both the old and the new aristocracy a process which only made the latter independent and lulled to win the uffections of the former lr..b ssor blunim's "Life if Napoleon," in Century. Where Tei Is Not l'opular. it you call for ten at a restaurant In Caracas, tho proprietor will send to the nearest drug store for It and express a re gret tnat you are III. Tho native Vcuezu elan regards tea as a most unpleasant lev erage, und to bo used only medicinally. It lit not kept in any of the hotels, and when it in especially ordered tho quality in dim (ly abominable for all the world like a aose or senna. Old Irtnli Nam pa. omo or the old time clans of loading counties or ii-i'iaml wen-: I lie Mc.Mtirouglis or Cavanauglx of llv-Kincll.uh: the l t'arthys, (ullivans ami O Don.iglnics of ix-snionil ; the () I'helans of Deeics; tho O Carrolls and () Dwyer of Urmond; tl u Melaghllns of Month; the O'Ti-oles and O ..Nolans of Dublin and Kildaro, and the O Hrlens of Thoiiiond. ii.rllr. Ills Fritr. Old GoLtlcman It is folly to talk of marriage for years yet. My daughter Is a mere child. Hie knows nothing about the world and could not manage servant . Mr. Hlmpurse Oh, that needn't make the slightest difference! We bhan't have any. London Fuu. Truthful Johnnir. Old Mrs. Chaftie Johnnlo, how many times have I told you to sp that liolser Johnnie (reflectively) Seven. Texas Sifter. Dot lha Eatrn lemocrats lo Not A u- prove f It Irestdnt I'Uvtland Not Io Favor of a Cootpronila With Silver Ad herent. WASU1XGTON-. April 18 special. There Is a great deal cf talk hero as to what will happen In the event that the free silver men obtain the upper hand In the Chicago convention. Of course they will adopt a free coinage platform and same a free coinage candidate It Is not Improbable their ticket will be Indorsed by the Populists, and that tho silver Re publicans of the far west will bolt the t. Louis nomination and throw their strength to the lX'mocratlo-sllver l'opullst combl nation. Assuming that theso result would follow, some Democrats are asking the question why the eastern or gold standard Democracy should not name a ticket, too, iorhaps Mr. Cleveland. Tho idea would be that while the silver wing or the party, with its allies, was carrying all the states It could control In the south and wit, tho gold wing might carry New lork, ew Jersey and possibly other east ern states. Then in the electoral college there could tie a combination of all these Democratic forces. If tho electors chosen by the two wings should toget her outnum ber the Republican electors, why could they not get together, arrange 8onio terms of compromise, and thus elect another Democrat to the presidency A Novel brheme. Those wha arguo In favor of this novel scheme believe It presents tho only chance there is for Democratic success. Thev claim that all of the southern states would elect Democratic electors on the silver ticket, for tho gold wing of tho party would make no campaign there, and the Populists, having joined hand with the Democrats, would remove the only danger or success, in the western and mountain states they say they can 6w-cp everything Ley on a tne -MlsKourl river. In other words, the claim la made that this silver coalition ticket could carry states with electoral votes as follows: ruttlcr' au l tho irrltallug noise H si lemiHl whou ho removes the glu.ss globe. This is a common experience nf piatn) tuners. CVrtniu notes iu tho piano vi brato in harmony with a kum fixture, u picture frame, a china plague bong against the wall or the Lrio-n lnao which commonly litters the top of the sensi tive instrument, ami the inmsent piuno is blamed for the disvorduut jungle, l'ins, buttons and other things foreign to tho piano which find their way into the instrument sit up complaints and harsh cries when certain Leys are struck, mid i trendy a piano tuner iu Kvanstoii, searching fur th "rattlo," found ami restored to the young woman who used tho instrument her upper set of f.dso teetli, which had disappeared mysteriously tho wes-k lefore. I'.csiihs cciiis, buttons, )iins and toothpicks, the piauo tuner's sal vugo iu- cludis hairpins, pivket knives, paper cutters, inaiiK'uio insii umeiits, knitting not'dlcs, matches,- icwilrv, uails, tacks, bits of glass, pieces cf pieturo wire, buckles, inllar butfous, sleeve buttons, rings und even money which had bceu placed in tho case for safe keiping and then forgotten. Chicuyo C'hroiihde. rKOLTCS OF LONG AGO HOW WESTERN StTTLERS MADE THEIR LOO HOUSES MERRY. STOIW ABOUT LINCOLN. Nevada Xorth ('Hrolina., North Dakota... Orepon Houth Carolina.. South Dukota... Tennt.-H'e Texas Virginia... Washington.... Wyoming ...1:m The Leader From Saturday, April 18, until the .'Oth, win no uoubt be crowded with biiyen. Offering our large new utock of capes and dresH iroodH 20 imt cent below our t)re- nnt low price will certainly bring Ibepeo- pie to we our goodH. Ci i.nax JL Siiiiijkv. Call and examine our large and well w- lected line of negligee and white hirta. In negligee Khirts we have the celebrated Wilson Uros. brand and in white shirts we carry the hlgin, which beats them all, at tne .Mnr l lothtng lloune. IMnrount Hale. Culnan & Sihilsky will run a 20 per i-eui on sbih uunng tne next ten aays on all dress goods, capes and jackets. All new goixls. ( all enrly The Lkapkr. liientlemen J You surely need a necktie for Sunday. Well, you need not hesitate, but go to the Star; tbey always have the largest line and latest styles. Huy a boy's suit at onr store and tou will get a chance an a bub-grade bievcle which will lie given a way on July 1, IH'.XJ, at the Star Clothing House. . Just received, a big line of white goods consisting of night gowns from 4U cents to f 2, for everything comprising in this line at Jacob Gartner's. Alabama 11 Arkansas. s California 9 Colorado 4 Florida 4 Georgia 13 Idaho S Kansas 10 Louisiana 8 Utah i Mississippi p Missouri 17 Montana a Nebraska 8 Total Something Iu the Way. If those hopes could be realized, only 31 more votes would be needed to give a ma jority of the electoral college. For these 34 votes the silver men would look to the other wing of tho party, which might car ry ew lork with 80 votes. New Jersey with 10, Indiana with 15, Maryland with 8, Delaware with 3 aud West Virginia with o. Kentucky the silver men would regard as doubtful. On tho whole, tho pro moters or the Idea say there Is a good chance for success and that it is tho only way in wnicn success can bo achieved. Hut it la extremely unlikely anything will come out of this Ingenious plan. In the first place, the Clovcland or eastern Democrats say they will tako no part in me campaign ir their side loses at Chi cago. They Mrguo that it would bo bettor for the Democrat io party to bo defeated than to win if success wer to mean tho free coinage of silver. If tho regular Dem ocratio convention puts up a silver candi date, they will permit the election to goby default. Agiin, the 1'nptillsts nro not likely to hoconie a party to this project. The Populist lenders have high hones for tne coming campaign. In the south they exiK-ct to supplant tho Democracy as tho groat political party. Lven if they do not win the presidency thoy hope to secure a very largo represontat ion iu tho houso of representatives so large, in fact, that thev will hold the balance of power in that iMMir. It is at this point tho nromoters of tl silver coalition, divided Democracy, peace after election project claim tholr crroatest advantage. "Kven if wc aro'not ablo to elect the president," they say, tho two wings or the party may easily enrrv a ma jority or tne next houso and thereby en ablo us to prevent all branches of the gov ernment going into the hands of tlio en emy." Hut this part of tho scheme docs not meet the Populist idea at nil, and it is impronahlo the third pnrtyites will havo anything to do with it. Republican Faith. That such a queer proposition should m urought forward and earnestly rrossod is an illustration of tho peculiar political de moralization or the times. It is only fair to nod tnat tho Republican lenders are not afraid of the proposed coalition. In fact. some or them hope It will bo tried. "If the silverltes attempt that came." said ji.jjiiiu.-iit jupuoncan, "wo will carrv every northern state, every state on the I'acinc const, the Dakotns, Nebraska and Kansas, and wo will sweep Maryland, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, ixiuisiana and Florida. In fact, them will bo nothing left of tho combination when the vote nro counted." Mennwhllo various suggest Ions arc belnif mnde of methods by which the Democratic party can be kept together and the threat ened bolt may be averted. Sumo propose another straddle on tho silver question. Some want an international bimetallism programme. Chnuneoy Ulack suggests the Democrats agree that, no matter who is nominated for president, ho shall not veto a free silver bill if one bo passed by congreas while he is In office. None of thoso schemes is satisfactory to President Cleveland, who insists that tho ban hi must lie fought out, and that cither the gold or the sliver standard must win. WALTfctt WtLLMAS. Seuutitr John M. I'atluier Telia of Their First and Last Met-Uug. "Tho iirst time I met Mr. Lincoln," said Senator Palmer of Illinois, "was iu Ls.'l'.i, when I went to Springfield to be udmitted to tho bar. lie was already recognized as a Whig leader. He wore, I remember, u suit of liusey woolsrjr that could not have been worth more than $3, even iu those days. The last time I saw him was iu February of lbtio. I had come to Washington, at the request of the governor, to complain that Illinois hud beeu credited with 18, 1)00 too few troops. I saw Mr. Lincoln one afternoon, and ho as Led tue to come uguin in tho morning. The next morn ing I sat in tho anteroom while several ofliceis were received. At length I was told to cuter tho president's room. Mr. Lincoln was iu the bauds of the barber. " 'Como in, Palmer,' he called out, come in. You're home folks. I can sbavo before you. I couldu't before those others, and I have to do it some time.' "We chatted about various matters, and at length I said, 'Well, Mr. Lin coln, if anybody had told me that iu a groat crisis like this the people were &oi ng out to a little one horse towu and pick out u one horse lawyer for presi dent, I wouldn't have believed it. "Mr. Lincoln whirled ubont iu his chair, his face white with lather aud a towel uuder his chin. At iirst I thought he was itngry. Sweeping the barber away, ho leaned forward, and, placing one hand on niv Line. said. " 'Neither would 1, but it was a time wiieu a man with u policy would have beeu fatal to the couutry. I have never had a policy. I have einjply tried to do what seemed best each day as each day came.'" New York Snn. Von re Invited to Call And examine our spring sto'-k id im ported cloths. Itlacks and blueg for best suits, nt from 25 to f2S. well Ime1 and well made, are really the very lest values. We have n large line of suitings in many shades and mixture; genuine Unnnockhurns And tweeds. IV! AN THE TaH.OH, 220 Fifth Street. For Male. Three hen turkeys and a cobbler of the mammoth bronze. Apply to Kman- ual Itroad, Pliu-nix, Mich. Tbeseturkeva are now starting to lay and will produce sufficient eggs during the season to raise KM) birds for breeding purposes. Thev nre at this time a most rare and a snlen- dil bargain. We might tell vou rnon? about One Minute Cough Cnre. but vou nrohablv know thnt it will curacocgh. Every one does who hsa used it. It is a pertect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarwne. It is an esn-cial iavorite with child rw. hem pleasant to take and quick in corin.-. Kagle Dsro Store. Xotice to Fay I lining about to relinooish mv r.rwient business, all persons indebted to me are requested to settle at once. AM accounts, unsettled by May next will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. Chaki.cs Lefeukf.. Uuy your groceries of ns and save 15 to 25 percent. Yf.rtim linos. Fire hundred ladies' finest trimmed hats; latest styles from 1 np to tlO. at Gartner's. Men's and ladies' fine shoes, in widths from A to L' K at Ilosking A Co.'s. Carpets made and laid at Ilosking A Co.'s. WHAT MAKES THE PIANO RATTLEf Queer Cannes Found by the TunerThin In the Inntrument. Piano tnners are sometimes called nvwn M uu m iuuu gas nxiores ns well as pianos. Frequently tho owner of a fine upright grand" enters a vigorous com plaint because "that piano rattles so." Then the piano tnner packs his few tools and some extra glue am parts of the "action' Into his long, slender valise and proceeds to feel the pnl.-o, pound the chest, examine the tongue and over haul the internal economy of tho of fending piano. His exisrienced ear tella him that the piano is all right. His intimate knowledge of the mechan ism and make tip (if the piano assures him that nothing is the matter with tho instrument, und he says so. "Hot the piano does rattle," insists tho owner. "Now, listen when I touch this key." And, sure enough, a decid ed bnz nod jingle are hoard. "It is not in the piano," replies the tuner, and hetoucbos the key again and again, at the Fame time glancing around the room. "There it is," he ays at last, "pointing to the glass globe arouud the gas jet. "There is the .otlre. There will be a regular meeting of the council of Laurium, on Wednesday even ing. April 27, for the purpose of approv ing liquor bonds. All those parties going into the saloon business should have their bond ready for approval. Tnkeadosiof DeWitt's Little Karlv Risers just for the eood thev will d These little pills are trood forindiaestion. good for headache, good for liver com plaint, good for constipation. They are Kor,d Eaole Dbco Stork. Mtella Lodge No. BOO, l. of K. There will be a special meetinor of the above lodge, on the afternoon of Tuesday next, the 21st of April, at 2 o'clock sharp at which a full attendance is requested. Liu.ik M. Criu., Sec y. I Sum are absolutely nainleM when lis Witt's Witch Haxel Sal ve is nromntlv on. piieu. i nis statement is true. A perfect remedy for skin diseases, chapped bands and lip, and never fails to enre Piles. Laoi.e Dki o Stork. The Rockford electric belt is meeting with the best of success. Call and Mam. Ine it and get references. Office over trrand Cnion tea store Red Jacket, Mich. . KrSHKL A Ijcrns Oo to tbe City Bakery for vonr flntnaa tries. Angel food, fruit cake al WAV nn hand. Cream puffs Fridays and Hatnr. days. Call and examine our enamel mznrtoo nhoe. It is, without doubt, the neatest xnoe in town; atthe Star Clothing House. ' ' I 7 i-roiessor Adams and M. rvi. T ....... 111. I It--1 . . ... . I I. .1 1 1 1 . unlit? oixcsrocser spnniei, nifcn I ""- ""oiam nsironomersof the dar ami bob tail. Liberal reward for return " few years ago a shenheeif h. of same. I,eave word at Akws office. Old Tint Routs sad CaUbes to WUok Gallant swains Wooed Their Blaalln Fanner Where All Were jtristoerats Io st True Hen. Mankind must have recreation of some kind. All in the house took part in tte games and amiisenieuts of 60 year ago. There were, no member of the early set tlements of the west who were too elevated to attend the social parties held in the set tlers' log houses. Thorn was the quilling frollo and the frollo without the quilting, attended by tho young folks In the evening. The sport opeued by the play of "snap and oatoh 'em," with a rhyming catch, as Come, Philander, let's be a-uiarcbisg. Every one his true love searching. These, parties wero railed "bussing bees," because of the many kisses stolen during the play. The muslo was ail vooal -songs or rnymss for the occasion. When tho old folks had retired for the bight, the fiddler made a few passes of bis bow across the strings. This was a signal for the company to bow graoefully as they tripped to places in line across ths room. Meanwhile, In shirt cf check and tallowed hair. The tiddler sits in bis bulrush chair Like Mow' basket standing there On the bank of the Father Kile. The digniflud maiden aunt would bow and then bo "snapped up" or judged to klss-or to bo kissed by some young man "Snapping up" was the snapping of the fingers by a player at another and was a challvngu for the person to chase him or Ler. Tbey chased each other around-a group standing in the oenter of .the room. Tho young lady was always kissed. . Somo times nn old settler ."snapped op", his wife, or was "snapped np" by her, when there would be a rncs ox an unusually amusing character. The evening party continued In this way: A young man would ask young lady to take his arm, and they would march around the room. Two and two, other couples followed about tba floor, chiming in the catch which ths first cou ple sang: We're all a-marchlng to Quebec; The drums are loudly beating. The Americans hay gained the day. And the British are retreating. T)i wars are o'er, and we'U turn back To the place from whence be started, fco open the ring and choose a couple ia To relieve the broken bearW. Round and round the room wont the song till they camo to Open the ring and choose a couple In, when all joined hands, fell back and form ed a large circle. Some one was then de puted to go Into the ring and choose a partner from among those of the circle, at which all chlmod in: Oroen grow the rashes, 01 Kiss her quick and let her col But don't yon muss her ruffle. Of At another the frolickers march two by two around the room, a young man stand ing In the center of the floor. The proms naders sing: The miller be lived close by tho mlH. And the wheel went round without his wilL' with n hand in the hopper and ono In tho bag. As tho wheel goes round, he cries out, Grab I At the word "Grab" the yonng man In the ring seized hold of ayounglady's arm, while her partner caught the arm of the young lady ahead of him; thus it went round till tbey caught or stole each other's girls while hurriedly marching about the room. This ruado a very lively aud amus ing confusion. . ... A livelier game was called "hurly bur ly." Two went round and gave each one, secretly, something to do. This girl was to pull a young man's hair; another to tweak an ear or noso, or trip some one, etc. When all hud been told what to do, the master of ceremonies cried out, "Hurly Diiriy i" it. very one sprang np and hasten ed to do as instructed. This created a mixed sceno of a ludicrous character and was most properly named "hurly burly." People lived by the maxim, "Earn what you get and pay as you go." All classes worked for a living and thrived.- Aristoc racy, the offspring of wealth, was not in t nose regions yet in a true sense every settler was an aristocrat one of the true nobility, who had earned his title In the Coble school of labor. The ox team carried the merry loads through tho woods to the house of tho set tler who gavo tho imrty. Jt seems liko non sense to us now, but they were harmless recreations. There were no churches and no preaching, save an occasional sermon In a settler's house by some .wandering, minister; there were no newspapers, few books, no public lectures or any public meetings for entertainment or Instruction. All were neighbors and true friends a community of first brotherhood. There were no purse proud families. They all II ved in log houses and were bound together by bonds made strong by continued acts of neighborly kindness. The "$10 boots" and the"l(H) bonnets" had not got Into the new settlement; neither had - Mrs. Strucklle, with her 'coach and four'. At every single, log cabin tha latchstrina was always out. . It was fashionable .then to live within your means, and the best suit of clothes one could afford to wear was the fashionable one. . Tba loneer made his own cloth out of his own raw material, made his own soap and dipped, his own candles. A boy was never prouder of any thing than a new suit woven by his own mother's hands and on hor own loom. When they butchered, they sent a piece of meat to their neighbors, and they in turn did tho same. Ths shoemaker and tailor, with their kit of tools, made their annual rounds to make winter shoes and winter coat. . . :. I'eopln may boitst of their fancy dishes gotten tip on a morning glory stove, but give me ooru bread baked before the cabin lire and the barbecued saddle of venison, pig or turkey, in preference to all the sclen. tlflo cooking of the present day. Philadel phia Times. Hacklea'a Arwlea Halve The beat salve In the world for cubs, bruises, sores, ulcere, aalt rheum, fever aores, tetter, corns, and all 148; number of females over 1 years of tf . Ile-;or no pay required. H a, 8; nuniDCr VI lUmaiOS liuucr . j, ..L,Mlnn years of age, 148. Some four year ago In Teheran nn Eng llsh sailor was caught in the act of carry of Elm Grove, Va., ths town authorities counted their own population preparatory to filing articles of incorporation. The following was the- remarkable result: Number of males over 21 years of age, 148; number of males under 21 years of age, Ilanki , ulcers, aalt rheum, fever If 1 .chapped hands, chilblains, lUeFCnantS & MlTl JI skin eruption, and posl- . A"I11 tng off some precious stones from the shah's palace. Tho thief was brought be fore the "king of kings," who swore that the next tlmo the sailor crossed his path he would at once bo put to doath. It is a curious fact that this very sailor was cross ing the street when the shah was driving in Berlin, now Home years ago, and was knocked down and Instantaneously killed. Pearson's Magiuluu. Ills rirat Fig. X was sent tn a little outwork on the borders of Gorakhpur, as lonely a spot as there Is In India, and it was there that I first encountered the fighting wild boar of the country. In my first attempt to tackle him my career was nearly ended in an Ig nominious manner, aud I was only saved by the coolness and courage of a native at tendant. When word was brought to me one evening t hat a boar had passed through the factory grounds, I had not a hog spoar In my possession, my only weapons of of fense and dufenso being an old cavalry sword and the much prized revolver. Nothing daunted, I determined to come to close quarters with that pig, 60 I saddled one of the horses and followed quickly In pursuit, tho sword dangling by my side, and revolver In hand. When I got on terms with the boar, bo took refuge In a large piece of scrub Jungle. Bursting with excitement, I dismounted aud crept In after him on my band and knees. There he stood, looking at me with those wicked eyes that a hog hunter learns to love so wsll. So, resting the revolver on my naked sword, I took deliberate nini and shot piggy somewhuro about the shoulder. Then, for the first time, I heard the sharp loud snort of defiance, and before I could fire a second time I was on my back, with the pig standing over me. Fortu nately one of the villagers, a fine, stalwart Rajput armed with a big native spear, had crept In at my hoels and before the boar could follow up hi advantage he was pinned by the spoar in time to allow me to regain my feet. The native and I then finished him off between us In the open. Since then I have had many a good gallop after pigs, but I never again got so com pletely mixed up iu a rough and tumble encounter. My wide white trousers saved ' me, the pig ripping them from top to bot tom, and It was fortunate for me that I bad not time to got Into tight fitting rid ing gear before leaving the bungalow. Gentleman's Magazine. Cantata's Office Barber Mbop. Owing to the increase of business, I have engaged the services of Mr. Will Ferguson to take rare for the faces of my patrons. He ia a fin-clas barber as a trial will convince, r.-oner care of faces. clean towels and keen razors our motto, hence our success. Neatest shop in town. Shaving, baircutting and shampooing first-class. Work will tell, come in and try us. To our patrons: Free eeafonm shampoo Monday, April 20. No free cig ars, aa my costumers all smoke. Cap tain's office. T. J. Rkmfry. ItodV. CTtauee of a Lifetime Commencing on Saturday, April 18, and lasting all of next week. Ilosking & Co. will have a special sale ol men's la dles' and children's shoes, worth from $ 1.50 to f 5 per pair, going at 75 cents, II, fl.50 and f 2. Look in the window and see them. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale b? I). T. Macdonald. Tba Klwg ot Ivetoi. "The portrait of this best of Kings. Is extant still, upon a sign, Tbat on s village tavern swing., i Famed In the country for good wine. The people tu their Sunday trim, Filling tholr glasses to the brim, look up to him, Pinging ha. ha ha! and be, he be! That's the sort of King for mo." Trsnslstod from the French by Thai a ska v.' Think what an effect a portrait pro duces! Those of our politicians create enthusiasm ere' 1 - CAH'ilRT, . . . "a, CAPITAL, - . Surplus and Prided profit,, JJ'JJ tTUVH FEB CXTFKM ornciHg QlAULCg BRIO OB II. B. OOLTON.... Vlc Uj; Those of our politicians create T? j 1VT a Z ' wm. Those of our friends help to flTSt IN&MOII&I is.TV ir memory green in our heart. CALimirr Cloak Department. ! It will do you good to see our large liue tifcnpee, jackets, shirts and suits and the low prices before you buy your spring garment. Vkrtix Bros. Rusy people have no time, and sensible people bare no inclination to use a slow remedy: One Minute Cough Cure acts promptly and give permanent results. Raolb Drco Stork. ' Wasted to Borrow On firsU-lass free-hold security, f 3,000 or 0,000 for a term of years with good interest. Apply by letter to "X Y," care of the Nkwb office. keep their Therefore lose no time in baying your lineaments faithfully and artistically re corded at Herman's studio. Hlryclo Talk. If you are looking for a w beel of super ior excellence at a moderate price, bur a Waverley. It is guaranteed strictly high grade and will stand the wear and tar to your entire satisfaction. If you want the finest wheel built by the "Stylish Steams" the famous Yellow Fellow, ack nowledged to be the wheel of all wheels throughout the country. We also have the Norwood which lists at 100; our cash price $($7.50. It bears the manufac turer's name and is fully guaranteed. Our line has been selected with great care and we handle only reputably wheels. Come and nee our line. J. Hkkmak.n, Calumet. The rialandera' Mutual Fire Insurance company of Houghton and Keweenaw counties, or ganlzed in 1800 according to the laws of the State ol Michigan, will insure proper, tyotitsmem ers. Have paid fire losses oyer 3,000 during its existence. The company paid back during the last year to eixty two of its members of five yean' standing 08 per cent of their premiums, amounting to f 3,502. Will pay back during this year on the same rate to thirty-six members of five years' stand ing 1,447. On the first day ot this rear the company bad 344 members, 297, 410 worth of f-jperty insured, and 0,504. 11 in treasury. For further par ticulars apply to the undersigned. . .. John Blomqviht, President. Alex Lki.no.vkx, Secretary. Office, 448 Pine street, upstairs. Red Jacket. .Tllchlgaa Iyo Works U. Oreck, proprietor of the Michigan dye works, wishes to thank the public of Houghton county for the large share of patronage that has been extended to him since he opened his dye works and gener al repair shop last summer on Fifth ntreet, lied Jacket, opposite E. Ityan'e store. Thnt the business men and the community at large are well satisfied with the quality and price of the work Cap! (til, Nnrplas, Kick, 100,000 5000Q m V'r V"' Per A"s. Pais Tln. Depoalta, Dep..7ta ."Jf, ornciRs: KDWAKD HYAN JOHN 1 DYMOCK ' ' "vV;:Mu,'u WILLIAM B. ANDEKTON ?nl CuHm National Bank UKK "IKS, . Mick. Capital, 100,000 rOUB tKH CKWT 1NTEHR., PAIU UP SAY11VCM DKP0.1Ti o mesas I JOSEPH BOSCH.. p. CHARLES SMITH viZ a,n .v.:::.vr!SS fW -Aooounuof individuals, nm md po rations solicited. .a con First National Bank HANCOCK, Mleb, Cauital - . . Snrplns and nnUri-ed profits Foor Per rat Per Aaaoai Allowta oa latoroot Deposits. ,WWH ornciRs: WILLIAM HARBT Puuddt PETER RUPPE Vict-Prmidi- WILLIAM CONDON Camim insurance. F. A. Douglass, -Agency. nnu iuc ijuttiiij auu price ui me worn I yi war T mayldone be seen by the appended list of YQt M&riI16 LlI0 patrons. As the Michigan dye works is a I - . Accident, Plate Glass, Steam Boiler Security. 25LeadingCompanies English and American. $100,000,000 OF CAPITAL. WVh: Faucett, Local RepreMotstlTt. , it is not a miracle. It wont cure every thing, but it will cure piles. That's what PeWitt'a Witch Uatel Salye will do, be cause ith as done it in hundreds of case. : Kaole Dana Stork. CCINCiDiNCES. T the Ladles. We have Just received a large line of la dies waists and mackintoshes, late styles and low prices, at the Star Clothing House. The lieat Wo Have. ! Insist on getting a "La Empresee" 10-cent ciirar. All flmtlAj H.ia..n them, try 'em, like 'em. Equal to Imported. I A little ill, then a little pill. The ill is i gone, the piU has won. DeWitt's Little ny insert tne little pills that cure great ins. KAOLs. Ijrito rVrORF. It's all the tame, a slight cold, congeet- w mug ur eevere cougn. one Minute vougo vure oanisnes them. Eaole Druo Store, For RKXT-Uodge & Co.'s store build tag, Uecla street, Iaurium, suitable for general store or meat market. No bet ter uumuefis stana in tne city. f A big line in ladies' shirt waists: the largest assortment in the copper coun try from 45) cents up to f 2. At Jacob uartner a. Smokers. If von n. t.ni . ' .wvu ii iiu m dgar to tnlt yon, try "Heimlich' vrv-n, toe neat in the market. permanent industry in Calumet, Mr. Oreck wishes to inform the public that be will be always at his office and shop to receive garments to be dyed or re paired, and that the work will be done promptly and for a reasonable price. Owing to years of experience in the bnsi- neHs, patrons need not be afraid to en trust yaluable garments to Mr. Oreck to clean, repair or alter. In having gar ments dyed it means everything to have them pressed by a competent tailor, and only a first class male tailor is employed at the Michigan dye works. The public are invited to call and see the work done, or to refer to any of the patrons of the dye works, opposite E. Kyan'e store. Fifth street, Red Jacket. . . References can be had of any profes sional or business man of Calumet, Lake Linden, Hancock, or Houghton. . Orders may be sent by postal card, when tha goods will be called for and de livered to any part of the county. Room I Bono Block. WANT COLUMN. sjask'ss RED ' GROSS 0ruco Maeicej, id: 3D. s., Dental Office, Over Star Clothing Store. OrriCS HOTJRJ- lo 1! S. m I ltoff-Bl and i to I ovonlors THE VOU BALK. ELECTRIC NATURAL 17 DLL LOT In ths vUlajrof a Jaoi Ktb H. a O-rSriiiS "SI THE CITY BAKERY. NKLMOX oV MTHANIIKIX. Prop's. Front Street. . . Red Jacket, Fresh bread can be had at the following V" Tamarack, and Hecla storos H.diSJ k Cp.'s, Ilolman A Williams', Rod Jacket i and la tho Hie- for Some of the Qaeereat Recorded 1 tory of the World. The late well known archeologlat, Al bert Way, crossing Pall Mall, cannoned agnlnst an old gentleman. After mutual apologies cards were exchanged. . On each card was printed "Mr. Albert Way." The older gentleman, dying, left his fortune to tho other Albert Way. The nlnnnt V... .. . . ". ' count-lodges S Tn theT. illnK; S ? tb. seen by any one on earth, was dllnnr 0CM ' her mUsr M. ank Cox. simultaneously and Independently In 1849 by Professor Adams and M. Leverrier. ths mHHial bootN shoe and overshoes at price that can't be beat. . M. Oittlkr, Bargain Store. mSwl'ia1?? can "-ted meetings on Saturday evsnlngt. ' HITEBT Omoif. fornrAl0"." Wf yesterday Jacka & McDonald, Proprietors of Uvery, Feed and Sale Stable1. MEDICINAL WATER Contains specifics for almost every dlw . that floati It bulr to, THE GREAT HEALTH KESTOEEB. If It Helps' Others,' It ' Will Help TOU. Tha itmnrMt ami boat Natural Medictntl Water In the world, sml which, when nroneri carbonated, makes a mont rcfrenhing anal. Excursive Agkkt in the Coitib Oofr: JOMBPH JAIHEM Bed Jacket ! From whom testimonials can be had. AT 15, as fcnd :J5 CENTS PER POZ. Kprlug Opeolnr. fwirtrest variety of millinerv ever ebi. biied in the county. Vkrtix flaos. Iluy one of Hosking'o roadsters or 'Ofl model and get the best wheel made. Re commended by Evans, the rider. Ma.? ml,ot tl'Potat which th. Sir Walter Uesant tells of the following Vl'JTiL J?tane. which h.ppVnoS to Thechenpestolacelntowntobuy babr .rtV.V-.'.i. 1 Wa"D,ult,n." hesays, "an carrisgesisat John Duoatan's; from 4 Ztm eZJ" Stores o20. T.w.h!ch n"M IHustratln inn, mm t nrieny described to him the kind of face I had io mind. lis was msln 1 1 7.B0. Oatks, The Tailor. ot7Tln on Ptaos . i d k ? before hlnj.. 'Will thai ' A siHcial cheap line of trimmed hats at t-lt. ' T10 th xaot por- M i White's Prices from l and up. tk. S?.0 1 bad Mnklng it" sh ;;V1 ngUnd.ll for small family. Apply to Mrs. R. Edwards, Tamarack. placed a alocpor on the railway llna h7 ' . ' tiTMii ii.i.i,... ..j . 7 iins 'De-i - Bnv now anil k.. , ... ami r aimer, with th ro- at , . J "PBl gooos I r. --. SIS ?tSMf r.St ' M"B"'li' Oranges Galorel Frosh Lettuce, Radish. Green Onions, Parsley, California Ceiery, Florida Oyster Plant, Horse Radish, Just received at Hplman& Williams' Tni SPACB IS RBSBRTBD BYTES Calumet and Heela Mining TCompa ! T . ' ( I- V " ' ' I ITS sUIPLOVsUS Who wish to sot! thotr houses, or buy !" who wish to rant rooms and tkos who MJJ rooas to rent aro Invited to advsrtitt s wlthoatanToxaonso , Por stalo-noaae No. SMS; 0 itrfet, w"" lanuuee. Forsv preraiae. ll?C?M0dat,.onsfor thr steady boarders at Harrv I)ni-.r'. . jrtl street. Wastei-A general wvant. Apply b9 "" da oC tb wk.' New wall mm tl t. mii.'.T -uuu "uuetans iwui per roil up. -JSr.? Bcor card n1 warkers. gO tO the NlCWS Office. iacrs, X0? Md t Ho.. baultown: snltabla for two formation enquire at th bouts Psf Stalo-House No. 8130 Tunnsl itrM, Bwedetnwn. Apply on the prembes. tfm A .l,.mnm hOUM N Ileola street. Apply on premlaeior oompny.r;.t ... 9ow MoJo A rood tit-room h0"16 lanre haro. Apply at UM B iottW lleola. Por ttoJo aeremrooni honio, .vJFf. Kid go street Swodetown. ApplT Psr MalolBerm-room ouL,,t jSS Tunnel street, Bwodtown. Apply w Boppala. PorliaJw-In fwedetown, Bo"W&$ rooms oalyr Apply at th house or oi ooupani... P Balo-ror 1780, a ili-roo JJ,, aeii "B - stroot. HA V Dealt. - oompanv or at the koaso.