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Local Talent Will Dis
play Their Histri
Knight of lj thla Jlny Party
l'rmlt t lie a Merry Our ! Ibe
Devattea of Terpalliorv-Othrr
"Crawford's Claim or Xujrget Nell, the
l'et of l'oker Flat," a prologue and
drama iu three net, a ill be presented this
evening at the Red Jacket (kth House,
aud, judging from the uumberof seats al
ready iold, the hall will be crowded. The
play is to be presented by the young peo
ple of Sacred Heart church and the pro
ceeds will go to the building futid of the
new church. The drama vividly por
tray life in the western country and
abounds with startling situations, spirit
ed with comedy and pathos. The last re
hearsal was held last evening and un
witnessed by the reporter, bo can
vouch for an excellent entertiicuac ti:
evening. Following w th cue 'A ii .
l'KOL i.i.l H. '
Herlrt Stuiiton, Ha fw;a-t j"nv i;i
Siilney Viln!. tx.fi r him
H I "f rt..
Mike Mnore, a ToiuP lyjr i . t j : i -m
Hill MuUi.'bu. a ."n'u ...' .'. . i-mhi !
Joe liowtrs, "a br--n h-i i..u.r '
.. . V X. M.i-, ;
liella ixnjwinl, fi.:n'j !
K .-:w2 .11 r e J
Hmll ltunkvm, a Western ;- r-
Manuel lx-, a. i e t. .rr-
M J iU-T'f
"iKaim" Crawf .rl. who on ;( e " t. -. .
M It ke.
Jack DuvIh, who drove the "etra'
M J o Hr :
Mike Moore, Mlway on ca-e I J. a.i: a
Kill MulliUHli, lieutenant to Lope
J. t'. ifJlM n
I.llU Lltiif. a Rt.liy t'clcstlal .... r. I. lUUn
Joe Bowers, always a frieiiil W. Y. Out-
Jim fcawver, the sheriff V. 1. Ivmp
Nugget .Sell, the-l'et of IN.Uer lint
Mb It II. Zeiiu-
Abigail (irvculenf, o (fut-liini;
Mi A. T. TourHiiii Mn
Hella W.MKlwanl Mln li. 11. Mtire?
The following vocal and instrumental
program, under the direction of Minn
Norah Sullivan, will be rend-red during
Overture "TrutHo 'a valcrio". A. Itutiiu-u in
Misn I'liiloinene Kupp
Quartette "Annie Laurie" W. A lf tvr
Mettrs. Hi iinrH ami IIitidhiiii.
Iuet -"I Feel Tiiy Andrei spirit""
Mil. Lamont anl Mr. V. A Kotillman.
tolo "IHt Tromiieter vcii.akiiiiiififKlJeiTil
Grain! Medley SliafTer
I'alutuet Maiflolln ami Uuitar Club.
lr. I. A. Lawbugh hna bitn appointed
a delegate to the American Medical Asso
ciation, which meet at Atlautu, (la., on
Alar 5, and will leave tomorrow en route
for that city. The doctor will represent
the rbyaiciana'a Clynical nociety tit the
meeting of the aociution.
Krcat ISollmann did bunnesa at the
county seat today.
Mr. Albert Harria in home, visiting Ma
parents for a few day. He is attending
Moody' Institute in Chicago.
A new time-table goca into effect today
on the II. A: C. railroad. It does not
change the time of the Minerul Range
trains, but op'rateH only upon the rock
traina from the Osceola and Tamarack
mines to the milla on Torch Lake.
A dance will be given at the Osceola
Band Hall next Saturday evening by a
number of young men of Osceola. The
Oaceola orchestra will furnish niuic and
ft good time is promised all who attend.
The 31 ay Tarty.
The annual May party to be given at
the Calumet Light Ouard Armory, next
Friday evening, by Charity Lodgo,
Knights of Pythias, pronjis.es to surpass
all former efforts ol this society in the so
cial line. The lodge is making elaborate
preparations for the event, nnd the com
mittees having the affair in charge are
making every possible effort to make
this dance as much of a success a the
one last year was. The famous F.fth
Regiment band will furnish raiuic for the
event, and Mr. Charles Mayworm, of
Houghton, will act as prompter. A
large number will attend from Lnke Lin
den and the Portage Lake ciths. For
the accommodation of those who may
w ish to attend from Houghton and Han
cock, a special train over the Mineral
Kange will be run. It will leave the
Houghton depot at 7:.'l0, nnd return
after the dance. Tickets for return will,
also, be good on all trains the following
Vic Herman had an experience yester
day morning which he will remember for
some time to come. He wits taking his
early morning ride on his bicycle, when in
the neighborhood of the Highway he met
a farmer in a wagon. Vic had about
two feet between the wagon aud the
ditch and when passing, the horse be
came unruly and struck Mr. Herman,
knocking him to the ground. Although
somewhat stunned he had presence of
mind enough to roll from under the
horse's boofs. but could not get his
bicycle out in time to save it. Mr. Her
man escaped with a few slight personal
injuries, but his whet I j n.irly a com
plete wreck and will have to be nut to
the factory for repairs.
The 11 Jil to i ruok.
Miss Helen Russell, the star, a b.n l
some, well formed vi var ious brunette, ia a
talented artist who m n- stately ns n
iueen with just a mill li nt iim of bni,.
fulness, that h-nd h r :irh enchnntmL-nt
and mak. s i veryotnj loe h r, will nppcir
in the pr(.t!uctiir(f the White Cioo!,
urroon iid with the glamorof poetry
and ber.nf r, thut tuitAes her audi nr fly
into ecslu.y. .!m' Might Fiirt With
Other" is h r fart-rite mg und with ln i
pretty smiles nnd shy gestures, sIk
makes many friends. Her voie is clear
distinct and of a highly cultured nature
Jler engagtinent with the White Crook in
thia city is for oue night only, Thursday
April 30, at the Opera House.
The case of 1. J. Siinanaly, of Lake
Linden, arrested on a charge of criminal
assault on complaint of Clara Courtois,
of Lake Linden, came up in Justice Cur
tis' court thin morning. Siaiausky
waived examination aud waa bouud over
to the next term of the circuit court,
under f300 bond which he furnished.
A large number of Lake Linden people
were preeeut at the court, many from cu
riosily and other from interest tuken in
the outcome, but all wen- disappointed
if they anticipated any startling develop
m puts in the cane.
Second anniversary of Husy IU1 Tent,
No. 10, Juvenile RevhabiteH, will be celi
brafed on Saturday, May by a grand
parole horded by the Kvd Jacket band,
at y 30 o'clock p. m. A tine aupper will
be nerved in the Light (luard Armory
Lout o to 1 J o'clock. Puring the even
ing there will be a graud concert, confut
ing of literarv and tnuical niitulHTi", by
the bt liK-al talrut. A gueirg content
for a doll ill a!. take place. Supir,
13 ccnta. concert. 10 cect. children. 10
eenta; children. uud r yrsir. T ft.
!! Ikr awl Orrka.
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r v r-r. . j ":. v-fj 4--7 r-itrva-
ii i. Az 1 1 -ihf.t s:; erti f r
the e.xal. prk of l' tz ty ti
as 1 M. a fr w onitfe! tte.r i.4Jta.t g
tut tl at Lozii al ! I jo ik'jir ,:h tL
ladies. e kti-s ia lir,r saaber fr
disposal of and the t.'cin! w? a a thor
Harry .1 aiiics 1-ft today cn Lis wa to
Cornwall, L'ug., to vii-it Lis parent. Mr.
James will cpeud some time on bis w ay
to the Atlantic coast and will not tail
uutil next Wednesday. Oiher p-irties of
Koglisbtnen wiil leave this week and join
aim in Ne w York to make the vovage in
company with him. Mr. James has
lived here for a number of v ears. Some
ol the party leaving this week w ill go to
S uth Africa.
Mr. Carl Lrics jn, th well know n tenor
singer, was sicd a favorite in musi
cal circles here and a memler of several
(ilen club", who left bre some time ago
and who has been at Marquettesmce,hus
gone oil the road. Mr. I'ricson created
an enviable reputation in the iron coun
try, where bis powerful tenor vohe at
tracted considerable attention. He will
travel with McEwen, the mind render and
Irop a tablet in tea or coffee at meal
times, or carry it in your vest pocket and
cure yourself. (Juaranteed todestroy the
appetite for liquor or money refunded.
S.ife, sure and reliable. These tabletsare
not only nu absolute cure for inebriety,
but one of the best specifics for nervous
ness known to medical science. Price, $.'
by mail. Irop aline to "Home Treat
ment Co.," 112-11 Detroit, Mich.
As there are only two deliveries a dav.
weoften fiud notices, etc., sent bv mail and
w-hich the senders evidently supposed
would reach this cdBceintime forpublica-
tioa on the day they were sent, do not
get here until long after we have gone to
press. Society notices should reach this
office by 10 o'clock a. ui. if they are in
tended for that day's paper.
MattJabez. the Austrian who waa
testing the speed of his horse on the street
on Monday, an account of which ap
peared in the .Nkws, was arrested bv Offi
cer Stukel for fust driving and brought
before Justice Curtis, charged with viola
ting village ordinence No. 1'J. He nlead-
ed guilty and was fined f ." and costs
which he paid.
Mereoiitlrou lOnlrrialuuien I.
Thomas Wills, Jr., will irivehis iiistlv.
celebrated stereopticon entertainment,
1 he Life ol Christ, under the atisr.ieea
of the CaluniPt Congregational Sunday
fcliool, at the Calumet Conirrrcationnl
church, on the evening of Friday next,
May 1, at 7:oO. Admission, " cents
All are invited.
Having relinquished business and being
about to b-nve for Moorhead. persons in
debteil to rne w ill please wttlo their ac
counts with Mr. Ed Woodward, at Iloe
king and Co.' store, who is authorized
to receipt, for the same.
Rn maim) Jam km.
Ire ( ream Mortal.
The Ladies' Aid Society will cive a so
cial ia the parlors of the Calumet M. E.
church on Saturday evening next, when
the Hiitigs left over from t heirlate bazaar
w ill be offered at greatly reduced prices.
The Indies w iil also have u supply of Ice
cream on hand.
At present there are three rases of con
tagious diseases reported to the town
ship health officer, one of scarlet fever,
whic h is in a very mild frm, and two of
tliphtf.e.ii. 'J he diphtheria rases nnln
ho family of Mr. Mi lio, of No. li."2l I
street. Kflytubatiltown, and nrooot very
Calumet l.olK Xa. OI, V. A A. II
There wi! be a special meeting of the
aooveioogeon Thursday evening. April
.iotn. work on the first degree, and
full at tcndar.ee Is request d
Joitx Mkkto.v, W, M.
L. V KfH. ma it, Secretary.
A Urm- nunber of the V. M. C. A. boy
contemplate attending the gymnasium
exhibition, to be gh en at Hancock next
Tuesday evening. Tho boy w ill go on
their bicycles. If any w ish to go in rigs
arrangements can be made with Secre
Erick W. Kruukt returned yesterday
from Chicago, where he has Just com
pleted a course in the Chicago college of
embalming and also attended (lark's
lectures, aud will accept, a pnsitiou with
M. Johuson, the undertaker.
Prof. Cooley has some excellent sini-i-
mens of vertical (K'tnanship work done
by pup Is in the public schoeds in all the
grades. The specimens w ill be sent to
Siiver Purdette A Co., Chicsgo, for use in
exhibitions in that city.
Mrs. Anuit Lootuis, of Oatousgon,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
J. A. Pjbb, of ialumet avenue, for the
past two months, left Saturday for Ish
peaiing to visit another sister, Mrs. C.
Mew. for a hort time.
Christ Uviige. ol Hingbam, Wis., is in
the city oa one of bis regular trips to this
part of the country. Mr. Flaige ha been
coxing ta th; stvtioa for over thirty
veir. a. ad t well Inowa to the meat
yir. l W. Art3-v . of PAttle Crwk, and
fvrae!y cr'te-dct of the Houghton
pib.'x- scioc-i. ted lYe.4. F. W. CooWy
j 5 Cau' irrit t:a ch x4 buyi ng ye
Xtilty ra-: :," t; J i'terwarj went to
lout irt Ktrltrd.
It injures your nervous system. The
ae is true cf a oor digestion. If you
wib to etjoy life, seen re a good digestion
by drinking the. Suffrior Stock beer of
the P-H P.kewim; Co. Sold by nil
Capt. James Fry, of Caledonia street.
is seriously ill at his home. His daugh
ter, Mrs. Plunimer, of Orand Forks.
X. I., is here and another daughter. Mi .
John Go'.dsw orthy, is expected here this
Lieutenant Richard James will leave
tomorrow for Moorhead, where be has
been appointed as second in charge uuder
Captain Carter, who formerly had com
mand of the Salvation Army corps here.
The members of Busy Pee Tent, Xo.
10, Juveuile Itcchabites, are requested to
meet at their bnll Saturday afternoon
at .'1 o'clock sharp. A. Rk hakdh,
The Red Jacket base ball club has re
quested the Xkhs to state that thy are
desirous of meeting any club of their
own age in the county and Dartbularlv
ti e Eureka club of Calumpr.
The many friends of Miss Marv Jorv.of
Depot street, will be glad to learn that
ihe is improving wonderfully, and is able
to be out of doors again after a five
Two large arc lamp have been olaced
on the road near the Laurium depot by
tne reninsula electric light and power
company, which will be a great improve
ment to that end of the Tillage.
J. A. PeVier has erwtwl tha Tloimo
monument in the Hecla cemetery, lately
ordered by Company D, and which was
pniu tor ny me companies w hich were at
the Isbpemiog strike.
The Y. M. C. A. ovmnnu..,m - :tl
- -- r-.7 v. ... iinnpi n V in
meet as usual now Tha lour r.
- - iuuvui j.n u-
tathlon contest takes place next week,
wuen uve prizes win lie awarded.
The Rev. Jesse l'ovev. r.f hen:
rived at LnkA IJrutim loaf
take charge of the pastorate of the Lake
i.iimeu Limgregaiionai cnurcn.
Col. J. X. Cox and Mr. V IT iruLn
left today for Ecanaba to attend the
republican district convention, which
meets in that city tomorrow.
Ilerrvmnn A- Ilnmlnpannl,... i i t
tonsorial parlors on Fifth street reno
vated and improved. A new tile paper
has been put on the walla.
' . "i r in u mreer, ia expect
ed home tomorrow from southern Wis
consin, where he has purchased a large
number of milch cows.
Miss Eva I.. Smith f i. i . i
. . 'uiii, in riit-
agent at the Mineral Range Depot, for
IUC UCll IWU WI'VKS.
Josenh Decker, of
1 v open up in the saloon business in the
Murphy block, on the corner of Oak and
i iu n streets.
Josenh (ienereaiiT. nf 1U r in..n :n
open a sample room on Osceola street, in
leuu-nnft s ounoing in a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. .lnmra Troth
daughter, Miss Mabel, of Lke Linden,
were i-i i or m ineciry yesterday.
Llesnnt tin-to date stprl intr ail tror nrvr
Ities st Johnson's, the Jeweler, Agnitz
block, North Fifth street.
Livingstone Vnlinm linn rf ,.mo.i
ltllttp folit nftoa a t.L
friends and relatives here.
Hennes & Co. have nnw n millinnrw .!
pnrtrner.t, Mrs. A. Miller having removed
into their cash store.
I'nited States District Attorney John
1 ower, of Eacnnabn, is in the city on a
Mrs. .losiah IVnberthy went to Hotiiih-
ionioisy ,n a short visit with friends
i .?TiK"X.w. ""'"men at Oate-
; .hi.5ul"in treet' WKPVlothe
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CrllTi; MOO1 I
The Improvement jl Are
la the Duplex Dasher, w ith double self adjust
ing wood -sera ping bar.
Is the Snest quality of cream in
lews than half the time required
Rifle tt Leafling Bicycles of tie Wi!
A-nci Keep in Front.
The above Is the finest group of bicycle's ever shown. Everybody who looks at
them say so. If you are in need of a Puzgy, Carriage, or any kind of a Vehicle, re
member I have my warehouse filled with the best kinds of vehicles. 1 am agent for
the well-known Columbus Pnggy Co. Come and get prices. It will pay you well.
The Most Popular Ladles' Wheol Mado.
Only Wheel Having the Low, Graceful Single-Tube Frame.
It is easier to move and dismount than any other, and is, w ithout doubt, the
finest wheel on the market. Kindly call
above statement at i
Frank B. Lyon's
CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER
I call the attention of my friends and patrons, that I have got a fine stock of
-.Men's and Boys' Clothing:-
On which I can save you from 25 to 40 cents on the dollar.
Men's Suits from $3 to $ 1 8.
Boys' Suits from $2.75 to $ 1 2.
Children's Suits from 65c to $6.
The largest assortment o! Hoots. Shoes. Caps and Hats in town. Call nnd iudire
for yourself and be convinced of the bargains that are presented to you.
Mrs. A. Miller has removed her milli
nery stock into Hennes i Co 's cash store.
Hoys' suits, $3.50, all wool, to age 15.
Will C. Brown, ol Marquette, is in the
city on his regular business trip.
William F. Miller, of Hougbton, was in
town yesterday on business.,
Picycle suits, all wool, $5.75.
Henry T. Seitz, of Superior, In at the
Twenty-one meal tickets, t4.50. Oates'
Jacob Dolf, of Marquette, Is in the city.
KrpinHn J time
Hakkala Hunter Aleks
Iullop Hunan Mrs.
LunUi I'. John
0., April 29,1890.
Mali tola Jonas
Nuooe A lira m
Itichnnirton O. Pylvau
W. Gkiekhon, P. M
KCKKTICII-KLont CIIAKU II-On the 27th
Inst., at St. Jrwph'a It. u. cliureh. on Klifhth
Mrwt, ly the llov. Father Ilinlnlk, Mallliew
Kiirctleh to Mary klnbuchark-h.
M K F..N . I K- H H : If A It I - On I he 27t h Inut , at
the rcHhleni of the grroom'a brother, on Oa
eoola street, Laurluin.hr the Her. I Hi n lei
Stalker, pastor of the Flrnt I'renliyterlait
ehureh, ArehihnM K. McKetirln to ltoa,
daushu r of Mr. an.l Mra. Frank ltlchards,
I'AI'I.FtiKTI'NK-tin the 27th lnt., at Ht.
Joxeph's church, on FiahtU atrevt, by the
ICev. Father ll-Kliilk, Antolne I'apit to Maria
HNKM.KH-8Ff llF.N-On the Wth In.t .t h
Joseph's ehureh. on Flulilh direct, li the
...... . - - "-m'iow rimil-r HI 11 lit r-
HIlUI'KttSIlAtlAk I In ll,ouikln.i .to.
Jowih' ehureh. on Eiithth afreet, by the
Ker Father I'akla, J(mhii Mbkufoo to Anna
HOHKKU-On the 27th tnat., the wife of Mr.
f iniin iwilirer, 01 m will.
7or a LoHg I ime
There has been a growing demand
for some Improvement iu the regu
lar crank freezer whereby the time
required to freeze cream could be
materially reduced. We have the
improvement and have the frcezer
4 minutes, or
tor auy other.
and convince yourself of the truth of the
B. NEIMARK. Borgo Block.
Nontrone Commaodtry Ko. 3S, K. T.
Attention Sir Knights There will be a
stated conclave of Montrose Command-
ery, No. 38, at the asylum, Friday even
ing, May 1, 189fl. Important business
to be transacted and a full attendance is
xequested. By order of
R. II. Ohiiohx, k. C.
Elijrihoe (J. Buown, llecorder.
Johnson, the Engraver, Agnitt block.
Johnson, the Jeweler.
One Merry Night
Ed F. Rush's
irrF.rerythlnif new ami up to (uto a
THERE'LL BE MERRY DOINGS
Among the carpets and drajierles duritig the neit lew days. It is housecleanlnir
time now and your mind is on tuiee matters. There are style and values here that
will make "town talk" when the news gets out. We make a strong bid for your
business in these important items, and nrn prepared to serve you to your entire
The New Carpets.
Fverythhiir worthy we are frotnOoltonchiiln
to Velvwt. We've laid our line to ln the enr
et lniiincMi of the town, ami with the eiiil
nient we've K"' we outht to U ll.
3-Ply and Extra Supors.
All wisl ami a vorl wl.h. The Ix-nt iiulliy
only. All clean. iuict. neutral tlnla that wont
nhow dUHt, ami they turn well.
The lieat ten-wire UIihI of eoume. Notietter
iiietliuin prlisi niuile. They k! H' Uotk-i
ami wear In them.
Of reputable, make only. Come In nnd Ictus
liuure with you.
Always beautiful, more ho this season than
liefuro. Hofl ami pretty.
Buy the Reynard Roadster
One of the Finest High Grade Wheels
on the Market.
Bicycles and Bicycle Outfits
Our new department of Iliuh (irnde liicyclen is destined to'le a very popular
one. The f lot) wheel for 8.1, are puaranteed for a year." Our bicycle outfits,
Suits, Stockings and Caps are beyond n doubt stierior of anything else offered in
Ued Jacket; combined w ith the great assortment to choose from, that every person '
is sure to lie pleased. Then conies our bicycle shoes,
RAT TRAP PROOF,
The most popular shoe now in use, made of Kangaroo nnd a fine cordavan, at
prices within reach of all.
STEP IN AND BE CONVINCED.
You will find our new stock, made up entirely of goods that are
Trustworthy and Serviceable!
And our complete assortment insures perfect satisfaction.
We Wish Everyone To Know,
That we are giving (iUKAT IlAUtiAINS in the best lino of goods. You are
cordially invited to mnke us an early call.
THE PALACE MEAT MARKET.
Tlio Best Of
Fresh and Salt Water Fish,
Butter, Eggs, Etc.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
HOme Made SaiKTrro Wo r.n.ltr cmr own lrd. k
w OrtUbtlgC. until and in consequence U of the bllietrT
D. KINGSTON & CO.
A Lace Curtain Event.
That's what we name lt:'tht'a what It I.
It's an event of money-Having to you tv
the one time in the rouiul year when w nnt
our laie curt. In atock on a vet narrow mar
Kin of profit ami Klve you a benefit which ,,,!
al way appt-tH.-iate. ' "
Hnmi-un kimmI vatiieH. Tlm-e ynnla onir ir
centH. Three anil a half yunla TonK, V7 tWtt
Brussels Net Curtains.
Three ami a tut 1 f vanla louj. Evervnn
hummer, at f:. ti.to. $.1 ami 4. y me,
Irish Point Curtains,
In Kern ami White, filch as you will only
find hero. Unrein. Very choice., at II to 17.
In HerluiH. HwIhh, Coin (Spots, Point de Snrlt
eto We hIiow no lea than tweuiy-tive tyle'
i'ome and kxtk ua over.
JR'. & CO-
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