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TteBwr ftinsiiumL of P. Hay Party. K1LUBU ST I Fdltor mmA rroprletsr. lW-omo.lath.Niw; HlV.norU. end of ... t w-d Jacket. Mica. . II VU enw. TKUIIM Or Hl'HCKHTla V 00 One mr (in aJvauow) ... ...... v.. S W BIX II I'cr mouth.... M) .rrtKEO at tub il"" rr-oommumcauoa. and UtfJwS5 counseled with tho payer should Da aaui- mi n - riMiofn FMUniT HflWt. Leland, Towle & Co ' Banker and Brokers, Member of tha toston an! Kef Tort Mawes Ooppar stocks a BpacuUti. MINING. Mtorka. tkMTOM May 1. is. Allouea Arnold Atlantic liootoa and Montana Butte lioston.. .. 1? 90 2 25 Calumet and Uecla . Centennial Copper kail Kranklln Kearsarge (Ntoeola Uulncy juincy script ... Old Dominion.... Tamarack 11 V .V) 25 25 IKi ' IS w Tamarack script Tamarack Junior Tecuaitoh Wolrerlne 8 Pioneer Merced 11 M SAD SCENE AT AN AUCTION. Which Wa Followed by Gleeful Chuckle Few Hoora Late r. "Who bi.U?" The auctioneer held up a child' rocking horise, buttered ami stained. It bad balfnged to Home little member of the man's fauiilj whose household property being sold under the ham mer. lie was utterly ruined. He had given op everything iu the world to his cred itors house, furniture, horses, stock of goods aud land. He stood among the crowd watching the wale that was scat tcriug his household goods aud hi heir loom 8 aiming a huudred strange hands. Ou his arm leaned a woman, heavily veiled. "Who bids?" Theanctioueer held the rocking horse high, that it might be seen. Childish hunds had torn uway the scanty mane ; the bridle, was twisted and worn by tender little lingers. The crowd was fctill. The woman under the heavy veil sobbed uud stretched cut her huudi'. "No, no, wo!" she cried. The. man's fare was white with emo tion. The little form that once so mer rily rode the eld risking horse had drifted away into the world years ago. This was the only relic left of his happy iufaney. The auctioneer, with a queer mois ture in his eyes, handed the. rocking horse to the man without a word. Ho seized it with eager hands, and he aud the veiled woman hurried away. The crowd murmured with sympathy. The man and the woman went into an empty room and set the rocking horse down. He took out his knife, ripjed open the front of the horse aud took out a roll of bills. He counted them and said : "It's a cold day when I fail without a rake off. Eight thousand five hundred dollars, but that auctioneer came very near busting up the game." Houston Post. A STARVED MIND. Why Girl Shook Her Head When Dick eua Waa Mentioned. It is a fact that the children who have had in abundance the old nursery Tales, who have worn out numerous . copies of "Mother (roose," to whom Christmas aud birthdays meau new books, of rhyme aud story, being led thence by gradual steps to the uplands of history, poetry and romance, seldom go down before the malignancy of the "blood and thunder" ho freely offered them. It is the starved childhood that seizes and feeds upon these. A girl of 12 years old'had occasion to call at the homo of a lady who had be friended her. Scattered about the floor of the sitting room were the books of a small nephew, umong them a copy cf "Little Ked Riding Ihsid. " Her life, barren aud hard, had known nothing of literature eave her few schoolbooks. She picked up the volume and was soon absorbed in the story. When the lady came in, she extended it to her, saying eagerly, "Is it true'" It was her first step in the realm of enchantment, but it came too late, She had experienced the raL It was bard, bitter. The same girl a few years later awaited her turn at the library, and begged the attendant to choose for her. The lady hesitated, then extending a volume by Dickens said, "Will you have this?" She shook her head, say ing: "I tried to read one of Lis once. He write of rags and poverty and hard times. Give me something livelier, please." Lippincott'i Magazine. Ttaa Cl ilcrfo Jteetanraat Ateau. "Walter," said the scholarly lHikL4 man iu spectacles, glancing through the Mil of fare, "It appears to be the central idi of this refectory that everything of an edible nature should bo, as Saakeptare Mtja, 'tlj and cheap to vulgar company.' " ".No, air," replied the dignified servitor, "but In adapting lha cuislue of this tab tlahiaent Vo tin wants of Its patrons tho proprUAurs airr, with Professor Drum mood, that what this world m-eds 1 th 'r)Javanoenc of t commonplace.' " Ths waiter was from Doston too. Chi cago Tribune. () A Bother Lay Now. "I remember," said Mrs. Wickwire impressively, "you once said that if yon had the world you would gladly lay it ot my feet" "Oh, did I?" asked Mr. Wickwire. "Yes, you did. And dow I have to, uag at you for three days to get you to lay a carpet." Washington Star. li Important t'olaV. Mr. Askln My precious one, will you share my lotf I'reclous One Is there a mortgage ou It? Detroit Jfree i'l They Give One of the Grandest Dances or the Season. Xamberof Oatnldrr rwnt. The Party Kroiu itaclnuluc aa K.ajaye Bv tk Xiu ter Praet. Siuee the cloae o! the Lenten season the old Light (luard Armory ha been the .,Hne of m&DT :a festivity and uau. ou none was probably ol eucu elegance a the annual May party given Dy i namj Lodge, Knights of ry thias, last evening Tha Kniffhta have already had a reputa tion for their entertaining abilities and their dances were always considered social succeeds, but the one last evening was probably more of a success tnan any of their previous effort. The Armory presented a very gay ap- neArance and besides the usual decora tions the hall was neatly and tastily adorned with symbols and flags of the order and ot a Pythian significance. The attendance was not very large, but exactly enough to make dancing a real pleasure and with a larger crowd this might not have been so. A numher were present from out of town, many coming from Lake Linden and the two Portaare Lake cities, the latter came by special train and returned early in the morning. Dancina commenced shortly before 10 o'clock and was continued until an hour or so before the grey streaks of dawn ap peared. There was oi Intermission dur ing the entire dance, the band dividing at supper time and seven extra numbers were danced, thus doing away with the customary wait at this time. The Fifth Iteiriment band furnished the music, aa only thev can. and many were the re marks of credit thrown by the outsiders about the beautiful walties. polkas and particularly the two-steps. Charles May worm acted as prompter during the dance to the entire satisfaction of all concerned. The banauet was in charee ot Mine Host Jewell and the spread waa fully op to bis standard of excellence. The Darty from beginning to end was success in every way, the management ot the affair waa perfect and everything passed off with wonderful smoothness, reflecting much credit upon the commit tees having the dance in charge. Keehablte Celebration This) Saturday will be the second anni versary ot Busy Bee Tent, No. 10, Juven ile Recbabitee. and the event will be cele brated in a right royal manner. A grand parade, headed by the famous Red Jacket band, will take place in the afternoon, and a concert, for which an excellent literary and musical program has been prepared, will be rendered in tbe evening. Prayer N)lo Mr. T. H. Itishop. Kccltution Miss Lilible Wern. Duet Selected MeHxrs. Alfred Olio and lioU'rt llsyne. Dialogue Three (Jlrl and One lloy. Solo Mrs. Goclt. Keadinx T. Wills, Jr. Solo Mr. F.. James. Addres Kev. 8. T. Morris. Uuefslnjr the Name of the Handsome. I'rl.e is.li Instrumental Trio A. I'ollard, V. Williams and V. t'uniow. Kecitation Mr. F. J. Nichola. Solo. Mr. F. Curra. " Hl'i uVrVs. " Dlaolaue Vocal Duet. Mr. William IMkIiop, Miss Anna I'd low. Free Pi I In. Send your address to II. K. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free, sample box ot Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action, and are particularly effective in the cure of constipation and sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they have been proved invalu able. They are guaranteed to be icr fectly free from every deleterious sub stance, and to 13 purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to the stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular sire, 25 cents per box. Sold by 1). T. Maedonnld, druggist. Card or Thank. Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Bye wish, thro igh tbe columns of the News, to return their most beartf and sincere thanks to the many friends and neighbors who so kindly aided them in their late bereave ment and to assure them that their acts did a great deal to lighten the burden from their shoulders. Particularly would they thank those who sent tbe floral off erings and would assure them all that their kindness will long be remembered. Care for llradarhe. As a remedy for all forms ot headache Llectric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent-cure, and the mostdreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial. In case of ha bitunl constipation. Electric Bitters cures by giving tbe needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only fiO cents, at D. T. Macdonald's drug store. Bicycling in Red Jacket has already as sumed enormous proportions, the craze having struck this vicinity bard. On On every express Irom a doicen to twenty wheels of different makes and colors ar rive and new consignments keep coming in with wonderful regularity. Thursday evening tbe Western express company re ceived eighteen wheels consigned to one firm, which shows that they art evldent ly.doing a monstrousbnsiness in this line. - I ' iw i lea v. ..-t nnened a consignment ot 1 uin. f.fty ladies' capes; iuanui"u.- -pies; no two alike: sent at . utJ oneKjuarteroff. which we will offer at that price for the nexi icnuj-. ii. l. Note prices: silk taffeta cape-, silk lining, from 5 to ! act. ,r" Te s.awrliM Fair. Leader ot low prices in clothing, drv ..i. h-ta And shoes. ladies' wrappers J..ImI aitl. coiutneuciug the 1st inst. and lasting one month only, (live us a call, we can save yoa 33 cents on dollar. LFKl.MiEUd.Uo. .Next door to Lauriutn postomce. VNn.iino- that his business has assumed such proportions that be cannot attend to it entirely himself, Mr. F. B. Johnson, tbe jeweler, has secured the services of Frank Whit ting, of Marinette, to assist him in bis store in the Agnucu u. Mr. Whitting's specialty is In the Icecream line. MisH. Anna McLean, ot Eagle Harbor, hhruenanendinir the winter with her sister, Mrs. McDonald, at Negaunee, has returned and drove down to the nrinr ve-terdav morning and will remain there tor about a month before returning to Negaunee. Mr. Woodward, the candy dealer, will move in the Men building, and not Kinil Swanson, as stated in tbe Nkws some Mr. Swanson will remain at his old stand, which is much better suit ed to bis business. Edward Keboe has resign bis posi tion in Ruppe & Son's general store, and Tom Shea, ot Kingston's palace meat market, will fill the vacancy. Mr. Shea will assume bis new duties next Monday. Lost This (Siturday) i morning, a pocket book, on east Pine street, contain ing a sum ot money. Finder will confer a great fayor by leaving same at this office. The junior class of the .Calumet bigh school drove to Hancock last evening to attend the entertainment given by tb junior class of the Hancock high school. ccording to the agreement between the clerks and tbe storekeepers, the stores were open last evening until 9 o'clock and will continue in this way until August 1. R. A. Beak, of the Crescent bicycle com pany, who has been in tbe city on busi ness for the past tew days, left yesterday for down-the-road points. John B. Watson, of Oeceola.left yester day for Negaunee on a short visit with friends in that city. E. J. Morgan, an Oshkosh lumber deal r, is in the city on a business visit. J. A. Kirkwood, of Dulutb, is in the city on business. Jobn Dillon is up from Chicago. MUtaken Idea of Teanera. It lias been asserted by some ouo that every human U'iug has a right to hap-' piuess. If that be the case, most of us miss it mightily that's all we havo to say. A good deal of our failure to be bappy is our own fault, but much of it is undeserved and purely the fault of others. If we chotie to stop and think, we would soon see also how we in turn inflict nnhappiness upon others in a most uncalled for way. When we find one of our friends in an irritable mood, do we try to soothe him or go away and let him alone? Not by any means. We cast about iu our minds to soe what suggestions we can make that will irritate him a trifle more. This we do as a wholesome les son, we profess. We want to teach him that there's no uso in getting so cross about trifles. And what are we that we should set ourselves up at mentors to teach anybody anything I Lot them learn their own lessons from life. That is a better teueher than we could possi bly be. Half tbe unhappiness that comes into children's lives nay, three-fourths, we may say arises from the unkind teas ing and irritation of those oldor even their adult relatives. "Oh, Mary's so cross 1" they say, and then they proceed to make her crosser if possiblo by every petty aggravation they can think of. This should be clashed under the head of cruelty to children, we think. Phil adelphia CalL cVltlcs and Managera, Mr. Charles Wyudham has explained that his contempt for the press is not, like Mr. Pen ley's, absolute, but refers only to Christmastide criticisms. Ho holds, in short, that the critics are "but mad uor'-uor'west. When the wind Is southerly, they know a hawk from a heroushaw." The truth is that some actor managers are superstitions in their reverence for the press so long as it prophecies smooth things for them. A critic the other day got into corre spondence with a manager who thought be had slighted one of his productions. Dy way of conclusive testimony to its merits the manager sent him a para graph emanating from an obscure press agency, to the effect that "if there is one thing iu the world the lessee of this theater understands it is tbe histri onic tastes of the English people." This was of course most gratifying, but tho beauty of it was that the writer of the paragraph evidently bad not and did not profess to have seen the play, and had sent the paragraph to the manager with a demand for a conploof seats "so as to givo further particulars in our next" Such is the flattering unction which some managers lay to their souls. Londou World. Wren Uaitlof. The survival of a stupid superstition, "wren baiting," still evident in Christian Ireland, Is an exhibition of petty cruelty. tit. Stephen's day that is, the day after Christmas la when the birds are carried around, tied to a branch aud killed at night. There are half a dozen stories which livid up to the killing of tbe bird. One Is that the Druids held the wren sa cred, and accordingly when Christianity waa introduced into England and Ireland it beoanie a religious duty on the part of tbe converts to kill the wren aa a means of showing spite to heathenlam. Such purs and unmitigated brutalltyls unworthy of civilization. New Vork Times. ' RATHER DRY PICKING. The Bulk of Officeholders Now Protected. AND SAFE FROM SPOILS SEEKERS. Will the Next l'realdaot Try to Ked a re the Claaalfltatlon? How rreeldaota Grow la Intellectual and Moral Strength Mr. Well man' Waaltlnctoa Goaelp. Washington, May 1. Siclal Ouo of the most interesting questions dis cussed by politicians at the national capi tal is whether or not tho Republicans, on ruining into possession of the presidency again, less than a year honoo, will have the courage to undo a great deal of what Mr. Cleveland has done in the direction of placing offices within the civil service. It is not every where admitted that tho Re publicans are goln9 to oome into power. Some Democrat strenuously deny It, while others confess that the outlook for their party is rather gloomy, liut, on tho as sumption that tbe Republicans win, tho politicians and officeholders would very much like to know whether tho civil serv ice classifications made by Mr Cleveland will bo permitted to staud. Mr. Cleve land has now, managed to includo in the civil service the great bulk of federal pat ronago, so much. In fact, that the Repub licans, if they get iu, will find precious lit tlo with which to reward their followers. A rew Spoils Only." There are tho diplomatic posts abroad, tho higher ones, which, of course, will go to the big men. Thero are a comparatively small number of collectors!) Ips and district attorneyships and nmrshalshtps. Dut there Is not much else left with which to "take caro of" the vast army of party fol lowers who will expect to be rewarded, and who may bo depe uded upon to raise a dreadful howl until they are. Tho post masters will have little patronage to dis pense, for the carriers and clerks are prac tically all under tho civil service, as are tho railway mail service men. Now the customs and Internal revenue employees are to bo protected during kh1 Iwhavlor, and in tho departments In this city only a very small number of government clerks aro oiitsidu the protecting realm of tho civil servico institution. s If the Republicans win tho presidency, it is safe to say they will have a sorrtime of it enforcing tho orders which Mr. Clove land hat issued. Tito press urn for striking down the civil service claslfluatlon will bo fierce and tremendous, and on tho other side the reformers and a great body of good people who Is'liove in keeping tho minor ollices out of tsjlltlcs as much as possible and in tbe maintenance of a per manent civil service like that in Kngland and other foreign countries will earnestly resent lnterfereuco with tho system which has been built up during tho last throe ad ministrations. Mr. Cleveland is not the only president who has added to tho civil service classifications. Prosldeut Harrison and President Arthur, and Hayes also, did a good deal iu that Hue. Hut Mr. Cleve land haj done mora than all of the others together. Power of the txecatlve. The new president, no matter which party ho halls from or what his name, will have tho power to strike down tho civil servlco ns he finds it. It will not bo neces sary for lilni to ask tho permission of con gress or for any authority outsldo his own pen. With a single sweep of his writing hand he can take out of tho civil servlco classification any body of employees which he wishes. 1 ho general Impression through out tho country seems to be that all this is regulated by law of congress and cannot bo changed by a president. But the law simply authorizes the executive to throw tho protection of tho civil servlco about employees at his discretion, and a succeed ing president can remove It if it so pleases him. Under the constitution tho executive has the right to appoint all the civil em ployees of the government, and U is for him to say to what extent ho will turn this right and prerogative over to a board of civil servlco commissioners. Dut I be lieve there is no case on record of a presi dent taking a backward step in what id called civil service reform, and hovould be a lsild president, indeed, who would elect to do so, no matter how much pres sure thero might bo upon him from his party followers. Every man who lives a long tlmo in Washington and enjoys opportunities for studying presidents of the United States knows that tho men who aro elected to that high office grow In intellectual and moral strength, in dignity of character and In Ideals, after coming to the Whlto Houso. There is something in this exalted station which oalU forth the highest and best qualities of the men whottro called to fill it. Some of our presidents have been rather accidental. Feats of military prow ess which pleased the multitude, quoer po litical combinations, tho casualties of na tional conventions, havo brouclit to the presidential chair men distinguished nei ther for their intellect nor their moral character. Dut, save in one or two some what doubtful cases, no man has ever dis graced the chair of chief magistrate. Many havo glvnn the country administrations of great wisdom and patriotism, unexpected by those who hud known them beforo fate singled them out for this responsibility. Not to go too far back in history, it Is now admitted by every one that President Hayes, though far from being a brilliant man, gave tho country a flno administra tion. Mr. Arthur grew amazingly whllo in the presidential chair. Mr. Cleveland had given little promise of the wonderful strength and grasp of affairs which lie has shown. Ho has grown uot only In intel lectual power, but In what might bo termed an etblual view of his duties. Members of tho cabinet, who of course have lntlmato associations with tho president aud ample opportunity to study his character, tell me they are amazed by his patriotic devotion to his duties Ideals Lifted. Fur this reason I doubt if any president likely to bo chosen by tho Republican party this year if they shall be ablo to choose one at all will be found willing to take a backward step In what Is known as civil service reform. This idea of a per manent civil service Is comparatively new In our country, but It seems to have won the indorsement of a majority of the peo ple of the beTter class. Many gtsjd men and women would think n president who put back Into politics a l)ls k of employees who are now regarded as fixtures on the merit system an enemy to his country. Every man who comes to the Wlilie Houso Is intensely eager to mako his administra tion a success hi the eyes of the best peo ple of the country. He is anxious about his place in history. Walter Wkllmak. IrstnsT aa Betas; Ioae. "If It were done, whn 'tis done, then "twero well It were done quickly." 8HAKISPBAHR. The quotation refers In a photographic sense, not to assassination as a floe art, bat to execution, as undertaken daily at our studio. If you wish to be done, to be well done and to be done quickly, there is none bet ter at the doing of it than Vic Herman. Mr. James Glanvilie, haing bought out tbe City dye works ot George Fade, will bays the same establishment in con nection with that ol ' bis former bus iness, enlarging pictures in crayon and water colors, etc., and desires to Inform tbe public be is In a po sition to attend to all work that may be given to him in bis line, aud guarantee to give bis patrons satisfaction. For Male. Three ben turkeys and a gobbler of the mammoth bronze. Apply to Euiau ual Broad, Phu-nix, Mich. Tbeseturkeys are now starting to lay and will produce suHlcient eggs during the season to raise 100 birds for breeding purposes. They are at this time a most rare and a splen did bargain. Tbe bread and cake of the Superlo. Bakery can be had at the following agen cles: James Lisa's. Mrs. II oskln's, Red acket; Martin Kubn's, J. C. Lean's Peter Olcem's, Calumet Village, and Weisenauer's, (Juilbaul's, Lake Linden. A tresh supply is left at these agencies eycry day. and tbe prices are as low as the lowest It's just as easy to try One Miuute Cough Cure as anything else. It's ensier to cure a severe cold or cough with it. Let your next purchase for a cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Better medi cine; better result; better try it. Eaole Dbuo Stouk. Notice. Having relinquished business and being about to leave tor Moorhead. persons in debted to me will please settle their ac counts with Mr. Ed Woodward, at Hoe king and Co. 's store, who is authorized to receipt for the same. Ru ii mo Jamks. Hllveramlth and Kiiaravrr. V. Arvonen, gold and silver smith and engraver, late of Tiffany & Co., New York, has opened a store next door to Jacob (lartner's. on Fifth street, where he Is prepared to do tmod made work and repairing with neatness aud dis patch. Prices reasonable. Take a dose of DeWitt's Little Early Risers just for the good they will do you. These little pills are good for indigestion, good for headache, good for liver com plaint, good for constipation. They are good. Eaole Drug Stoke. llo Salt ilveii -vay. We have the finest lino of boys' combi nation suits, (coat, two pair pants and cap.) which we will dispose of at ?1 I'M a suit. This is the greatest chance of n lifetime. Don't miss it if you value money. M. (Jitti.ek, Bargain Store. Burns are absolutely painless when De- Witt s Witch Hazel Salve is promptly ap plied. This statemeut is true. A perfect remedy for skin diseases, chapped hands and lips, and never fails to cure Piles. Eaoi.k Ditt o Stouk The Rock ford electric belt is meeting with the best of success. Cull and exam Ine it and get references. Olllce over Grand Union tea store Red Jacket, Mich. Rl'BHEL & Rl'll.NS Busy people have no time, and sensible people bare no inclination to use a slow- remedy. One Minute Cough Cure nets promptly and gives permanent results. Eaole Dhco Store. Waxteis Pianos or organs to tune or repair. Voicing, regulating and all kinds of work pertaining to the instruments. Prices same as at Chicago or other cities. E. A. Tn faxv, City. Lost Between Laurium nnd Red Jacket, a peddler's delivery book, con taining citizen's and other pnpersof no use but to the owner. The finder will please leave snme at the News ofllce. It is not a miracle. It won t cure every thing, but it will cure piles. That's what DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve will do. be cause ith as done it in hundreds of eases. Eaole Duro Stouk. Meed Potatoes For Kale. A tew bushels of Vaughan's celetirated early potatoes for sale. Apply nt Willium Davey's, 289 Rockland street. A sample can be seen at the News ofllce. Wanted to llorrow On first-class tree-hold security, f .",()()() or 0,000 for a term of years with irood interest. Apply by letter to "X Y," care of tbe ISewh office. Tbe Heat We Have. Insist on getting a "La Emprcsse" 10-cent cigar. All first-class dealers sell them, try 'em, like 'era. Equal to lm ported. It's all the same, a slight cold, concest ed lungs or severe cough. One Minute Cough Cure banishes them. Eaole Dnto Store. To Let The store, and room behind. opposite Ryan's store, nt present occu pied by Richard James. Atmlv to ler Macdonnld, on tbe premises. A little ill. then a little pill. The ill is gone, the pill has won. DeWitt's Little Early Risers the little pills that cure great ills. Eaole iiRtw s-ronr. Johnson, the Jeweler, will sell you a good watch cheaper than any miction house on earth. Ladies' watches a spe cialty. Agnitx Block. Elegant up-to date sterling silver nnv. cities at Johnson's, the Jeweler, Agnitz block, North Fifth street. Look at those new Indies' nonnlnr fur ling shirt waist sets at Johnson V tl, Jeweler, Agnitz block. Buy now and you bur the lwr. crwi- at the lowest prices from M. (littler l.,.r. gain store. Foit Sale House, and lot in street. Apply to Mrs. McKcnney, on the premises. Boys' suits, f.1.r0, all wool, to age 15. Oatks, Tailor. Bicycle suits, all wool, $.p.7:,. , Dates, Tailor. Good family wood at J. ltln i. a Co.; $4 a cord. Twenty-one meal tickets, ti.rwi n-. private bote). . l . I . I u d m line. I Stage leaves BurU 4 lVarce's livery sta bio every day t H a. m., 10 a. m. and 1 and 4 p. tn. Stage leaves Greonahlelds liyery stable nt 8 and 10 a. ru. and 1 and 4 p. a, JUUIL a PKA1U E, C. (i ltKKNSUlKI.PS, Proprietors. W&nt6Cl.-rp,r,OM wh0 la need of help, or want smolovment. or savs aometblnf they wish to sell or sichange or have houses to rent or wish to rant homos to advertise In the Want Column of the Kvisisa Niwi. Ho better means can bs baa to your want A;- WANT i '3LUMN. Advertisement a els tnaerted at the rate of Insertion. No adver' than 26 cents. 1 1 undsr this bead " CENT a word each at taken for leas WO FOI K. HA' T7DI-L LOT-In f F faclns tbe II. AV Nawsofllco. ot Bed Jaoket (v mo I. Apply at the el THE CITY BAKERY. NKLNO A HTH.tXIIKLL, Prop'a. Front Street. lied Jacket. Fresh bread can bo had at the following Disc: Tamarack nnd llecla stores, Hen nee A l'o.'s, Iloliiuin & lllisms', Ked jacket, and Hnlavnon i l.Hurlum, r resu iruit anu cream cakeeverv Saturday. Jacka& McDonald, Proprietors of Uvery, Feed and Sale Stable. Flrit-cla rifts at reasonable prloes. lionet for isle or eicbanre. V The name of ttie Estey is a household word with lovers of music. As for tone and durability, it is a guaranteed fact that the Estey has won its wide-world reputation in this particular feature. The achievements in tone reached is the most artistic being of a pure and sym pathetic quality. Together with the above, Mr. Glanvilie will also show you one of those Estey or gans that you have heard so much about. Call at his place on Main street, opposite Bee Hive shoe store, and he will be pleased to show you the particular points about tbese instruments. Six months instruc tion free with sale of every instrument. James Glaxville, Prop'r. City Dye Works. FOUND Always a choice line of ORANGES, BANANAS, PINEAPPLES, LEMONS, CELERY, RADISH. GREEN ONIONS, LETTUCE, ASPARAGAS, CUCUMBERS, PARSLEY, CARROTS, PARSNIPS, BEETS, CAULIFLOWER, ETC., AT A Sure Cure FOR RHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. R-a. Certain dn 'mtieunifttsn One HtArl N 0 Dcra-Tar...... A Cuss or Wats Moniu. 40 Nigh PRtPAREO ONLY C5 truss r 143CI , SOLD lY D. T, MACDONALD and rCTFY ifc lrjs nrfm. ll I II III' Holman lliams km SODERGREN 4 SODERGREN i Esaka. Merehants'&Min Bank. r.UIJIK.T, CAPITAL, ' . . . j Sarplu-aadundiridedprofita, JJJ ntVH PKK CKVr Pk ASsvm eA.ON,mHEKTAa!iT vrnosiisi CHARLES BHIOGS . R. II.OSBOHN vVn", tilttt n . 8. COLTON C iT First National Bank CALIT1HBT. . . . nit 1 Capital, Nnrplasj, 100,000 50,000 Fur Prr Out Per Asmuni p.id aud I i.ward. ltee,el. orricxRa: EDWARD RYAN ... JOHN 8. DYMOCK v'.,''' . "EK1I) William ii. Anderson!'.'... ....;..Ca!huI First National Bank LARK L1MK, . Mltk Capital, .... iIftnftAA porn PKK knt inti:hi MT -if ur RAVIM.H IIKPONiTft, orriciasi joski'Ii noscii CHARLES SMITH v.'" ru"" JonsE. JONES . V. Vl"-p" w Cashiib rr-Aooounts of Individuals. Arm. poratlona solicited. ' First National Bank HANC OCK. . . . Mlrtu t Cauilal - . . - Surplus and undiyided profits 68! Four Per Out Per Aannm Allowed WILLIAM HARRY Pkesidist I'ETEURUPPK Vici-PswiDBt WILLIAM CONDON Casbikb Insurance. F. A. Douglass, Agency. Fire. Marine, Life, Accldont, Plate Glass, Steam Bollor Security. 25LeadingCompanies English and American. $100,000,000 OF CAPITAL. W.H. Faucett, Local Reoretenutlrt Koora t KorBo Block. D. 3D. S., Dental Office, Over Star Clothing Store. OFFICE HOCRS-8 tolls, m i Itotp mi and 7 to eTenlori THE RED CROSS ELECTRIC NATURAL MEDICINAL WATER Contains specific for alint every dis'a that llchh is heir to. THE GEEAT HEALTH RESTOBEB. If It Helps Others, It Will Help YOU. The strotijrest nd lnt NaturHl MediWnl Watr In the world. anl which, when prjl" r'J carlxinattM, makes a inont refreshing urin- EXCU'SIVE AUKNT IN TUB t'OITKR Col'NTRT! JOMEPII JAttF.H Ked Jacket From whom testimonials can I hJ. TUIM SPACK IS HESKUVEO BYTHl Calumet and Heela Mining Company. IT KMFLOYKKM Who wish to sell their houses, or o0SJ who wish to rent rooms and thoss wso rooms to rent ar irrltad to JrtlM " without anv sipsnss A pply on the premise's or to the comi0'- For 'ala-noane No. C nfi.m. haultown; sultalile for two lamina formation enquire at the house. v-m i-t ii..,,.. n,. ai Tunnel ' Bwodetown. Apply on the prcmlw. Far Nale-A aU-room house No. Heela street. Apply on prcml or w company. - . For Male-A rtf -B.II52fc lanre barn. Apply at B lrWit no a n-- .... o limine: N0, T.l Tunnel street, Sweiletown. APP'J Heppala.. mm .... ... m.n . .I.r,mrtl bO0ll fhi 1871 "B" street, Kaymbauit. Inquw , oorapanv or at tna oouse.