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ADSOLUTEILY PURE McGLYNN BROS.. CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS Of aU kinds o! brick and tone work. Prices on application. HANCOCK MIC11. FOR S-AXjEJ! THE MICHIGAN HOUSE, Comer of Oak and BlxUBtreeU, Ked Jacket. T, , Mi 14, block 13. Calumet, known as thoSw'ipropertT on Lake Undon road. Lot 1 and J, block 9, Tamarack City. ait ImnroTed and unimproved Farm Lands ff S?nd to leaae. A large lot of Timbered Lands, to this and adjoining county, for tale. Abstract of Tltla furnished. Taxes paid for non-resident. COBKKPOJDKWCK MOUVITKU. J. A. SHKB3IAN, Beoaa Mltrobel BloU Honchten. Mleh. Mothers Like to nee their boys clothed in the latest and neatest styles. Fathers Like to see their boys becomingly clothed at the lowest possible cost. Both Of these extremes meet in the most perfect manner in the Both' Department of Rich ardeon's Clothing store, near the Post office Hancock. B. H. THXB-TABLKS. Passenter Trains on H. B. R. R. In Effect Decern) 20. 19S5. , t 7 5 It 15 6.00 Bed Jaoket 8.30 8 0 10.10 7 61 13 M ffi... ..Laurium 8.84 t.84 10.O4 I 57 U.U 8.13 Osceola 8.18 S.U t.6H 4.86 1.05 6.60 Hanoook 7.40 1.60 9.20 8.40 1.10 (.60 Houghton 7.30 1.40 9.0. ampnipmAr Lv p m p m a m nailt tDally except SundaT. teenier Trains on H.& C.R.R. In Effect Deoember 19 1WS. t fn in .30 9.66 2.28 9.61 2.26 9.60 2.20 9.46 9.11 9.86 2. OH 9.88 1.60 9.16 1.40 9.08 pnm a m p m p m Lt 7.45 12. n 6.00.... 7.47 12.17 8. ... 7.60 11 2) 6.06.... 7.66 12 16 6.10.... 8.04 U 8 6.19,... 8.07 15.37 6.22.... t.tS 12 6S 6.40 ... 8.40 1.10 8.66.... m p m p m At Ar pm Lake Llnr,en....8.20 ..Lin wood 8.18 .8 L Linden 8.15 ....Mills 8.10 . Woodslde 8.01 .Dollar Bay 7.68 ..Hancock 7.40 . Houghton 7.80 Lt pm Dan?. tDallT exoept Sunday. 0,8.8. &A.R.R. Tiro. Table: In effect April 27. 1690. TRAINS LEAVE HOUGHTON For Detrolt.the east and the Oogcb- loKange . 9:00 a m. For Chicago and Marquette 2:24 p. m. TRAINS ARRIVE HOUGHTON Kiora Marquette. Chicago and the Gogemo Kanaei p. m. From Detroit and the east 7;22 p. m. Dally. tDally except Sunday. For tickets, time tables and other Informa tion apply to J. fl. FOKD. Ticket Agt. Bed Jacket Mich. LV&O.P Ol MU Faal Railroad. LAKE SUPERIOR DIY1S10N SOLID TRAINS FAST TIME. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS. All coupon agent en the Northern ' ulase.il tickets via the MUwauke l,"rth rn R, R. W. K. TYLkR. Oommertolal Aft. Bepublio, Mloh. BO RGB H. HKAFFOBD, Ventral Passenger Aft.. Chicago. Chicago, lie "x .VisCl its? David Lanctot, ntut e Wines, Spirits and Beer. MmIi Barred at All Hoars, nucecK ... Hlehlcaxt fALl'MKT II I'M I. ' EMM LOCAL. Johnson, the Jeweler. Another lot of f2Q and f23 suit lor flO.50 at Oates, the tailor. See ad. Wanted Two girls to do general housework. Apply to Mrs. Thouios Hall, 3'J79 Scott street. An Eetey piano f 175; first-duns in struinent; bring $25 and take it. Oatks, Auctioneer. Heed 1'otatoc For Sale. A tew bushels of Vaughan's celebrated early potatoes for sale. Apply at William Davey's, 289 Rockland street. A sample can be seen at the News office. Headquarters for Portage Lake uud Lake Superior ice company at Slattery & Ryan's livery office. Telephone and order book at office. Orders promptly attended to. James Allen, Manager. In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood, and invigorate the system. Eagle Prig Stokk. George Chopp had one of bis flogers broken by falling rock in the Tamarack mine yesterday afternoon. The injury is a compound fracture and Chopp will be laid up for some time. One minute is the standard time, and One Minute Cough Cure is the standard preparation for every form of cough or cold. It is the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. Eagle Drco Stoke. Kepnbllcau Conveutlou at Ml. Louis Holiday, June IU. The C, M. & St. T. railroad will sell round trip tickets at one lowest first class regular tare for round trip. Tick ets on sale June 13, 14 and IS, good to return until June 21. Did you ever think how readily the blood is poisoned by constipation? Pad blood means bad health and premature old age. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills, overcome obsti nate constipation. Eagle Drco Stokk. Special Shoe Hale. For the balance of this month we will sell all shoes at grra'ly reduced prices, as we must make room for new goods. Call and examine our shoes and get prices. Thomas G kibble, Trop'r., City Shoe Store. Board or llevlew. Having completed the assessment roll for the village of Red Jacket, notice is hereby given that the board of review for said village will be in session at the coun cil room, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 26th and 27tb days of May, 189G, from 9 o'clock a. m. until 5 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of reviewing the said roll so that any persons deeming themselves aggrieved by the said roll may then be heard. John P. Roberts, Assessor for the Village of Red Jacket. Dated, the 18th day of Mav, 1890. (Jaluiuet Township. The board of review for the township of Calumet will be in session at my office, wnicu for this purpose will be in the township clerk's office, on Monday, the 25th day of May, 1890, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and will continue in session during that day and the day following, for the purpose of correcting said roll, that is if any such corrections should be found necessary and proper. Jons Ddxcan, Supervisor of Calumet Township. Calumet, Mich., May 18. 1890. Bargains I Bargains!! Bargains!!! Goods almost given away; for instance we are selling combination suits, worth f 3.S0, selling now at f 1.98; children's jersey suits, former price $ 2,50, now f 1.89. We have a full line of knee pants, former price SO cents, now 23 cents; a full line of merino underwear for men, ladies and children at half price, former price, SO cents, now 23 cents apiece. Call and be conTinced of all the goods we hii ve in the Laurium fair. One door east of the postofflce Yours for trade, Feinbkh & i o. , i An. Rranlt. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun- derman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are per mitted to make this extract: -I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King s NewDiscovery.asthe results were almost marvelous In the case of my ife. While was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction, she was brought down with pneumonia, succeeding lagrippe. .m of couching would last hours with little interruption, and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. Kings New Discovery; it was quick in It. . work and highly satisfactory in results. Trial bottle, free at D. T. Macdonald . drug stores. Portage Late Body of aYoungChifd Found in Portage Lako. Had Evidently Ileen Choked ffore It Had lljen Thrown In the Wnter-Olllrcra InventluatlntE the i'ane. Yeuterday morning as James Shields and John Puttier, ho bad crossed the lake from Ripley in a row fKnt, drew up near Pope s boat house lijey noticed floating half submerged in the water the body of an infant. After getting it out and placing it on the dock tiiev noti.'ied the authorities, and JusMeu Brand went to the scene and impaneled a jury. The jury,composid of Thuodoie Lunge, Ju1ex Cuudy, Lewis Wallace, Audrew Khler, Ed Emmons and John Jnen, after viewing the rem tins, adjourned to J untice Brand's office ana tpok the. testimony of Mr. Shields aud then adjourned until next Monday at 2 o'clock p. m. Mr. Shields said the body wan floating about 15 feet fro'n shore in about 2 feet of water, and was l.ving on its face aud entangled in snags so that it was with difficulty gotten out. The body wus wrapped in part of a gauze undershirt and a woman's calico skirt. Dr. Wheeler made an examination aud is of the opinion that the infant had been in the water no more than twenty four hours, and that it was not more than forty-eight hours old. The body is that of a male infant. Bruises on the throat indicate that it hnd been choked The officers will investigate the evident murder between now and Monday, hen the inquest will be resumed. Congressman 1). D. Aitken, of Flint, ac companied by Schuyler S. Old-, of Lan- t-ing, were in Houghton yesterday, and visited Calumet, today. Mr. Aitken is now one of the three leaders in the race for the republican nomination for gov ernor, and Mr. Olds, whose reputation as a political worker is second to no one's in the State, is his chief henchman and adviser. The gentlemen visited the Min ing School in the morning nod Mr. Ait ken expressed his astonishment at the ex tent of what he saw, remarking that the scope of the institution wns not under stood at all thioughout the Lower Pen insula. He said that the institution still stands in need of considerable equipment, which the next legislature should surely furnish. Mr. Aitken said he rc.ilized.evcn after his short visit here, how highly the Mining School is considered among the people here and expressed himself as more glad than ever that he happened to be able to check unfavorable legtalati-jn by congress Inst winter. Mr. Aitken and Mr. Olds will leave tomorrow morning for Ishpeming. The Amateur Athletic Union rules will govern the sports in the Y. M. C. A. field day games, to be held at the Hancock driving park, on the afternoon of Muy 30. Mr. F. X. Bosson will act in the ca pacity of field manager. It is desired that contestants familiarise themselves with the A. A. V. rules, and also that they b ready when the different events they are entered in are called for, so that no time will be lost. A coupon attached to the ticket of admission w ill be given back to each wrson at the gate, to be worn upon their clothing, to show they have paid their admission to the park Admis-ion: gentlemen, 35 emits; ladies and children, 25 cents. A 50-eent rate has been secured on the H. A: C. and the Mineral Range railroads. irarniulipnriiM more than ordinnril.v hotly contested was decided in Justice Brand's court yesterday morning in favor of A. J. Scott against John Webber. The plaintiff had garnisheed M. Finn, of Han cock, who held $125 of Webber's money. Hiarlnim wns SI 19.30. for which he got judgment with'costs. The histo-y of the f 125 is peculiar. It was originally de posited with the county treasurer as part ..f h r,n for a limior license nfterboldiog it awhile, not ns a county official (for as that he had no rignt to it;, Dut as an in itivS.iufil. And the balance not being forthcoming he was advised by the prose cuting attorney to turn it over 10 me clerk (Finn) of Hancock township. The wedding of Albert Smith and Miss Martha Vollraer, of Calumet, wns sol emniied with great eclat at the court bouse, Thursday afternoon, in the circuit court room. The parties presented them- bpIvps nt the county clerk's office and Mr. Shields summoned Justice Brand to ti the knot. The wedding march was taken im from the clerk's office, all the county officials lending their dignity to the hsnnv event. The best man was John Ynllmer. a brother of the bride, and Miss Vofoshinrilpr acted as bridesmaid. The auspicious event will remain a pleasant memory amid the cares of official life, which beset the people's servants for a long t ime to come. ThP count v came warden, Frank Puna merville, madecomplaint recently against Tnm Hazel, of Adams township, lor mi inc doer out of season, wfd he was ar rested by Deputy Sheriff McXamara Bnd n vesterdav afternoon tnel Delorejus tice Brand. The evidence against bim was weak and the trial resulted in an ac quittal of the defendant t r. Purcnn. rector of Trinity church, Houghton, will address the men's mo.. mftlnir in the Y. M. C. A auditor ium, tomorrow afternoon, May 24. The meeting commences at 4 o ciock anu iain one hour. All men arc earneftly re quested to be present. Antoine Funk,, an employee of the Haas brewing company, who fell Into a rat of beer at the brewery one day the early part of the week, an account of which appeared in the New s of Tuesday last, died this morning from the effects. The deceased, who was a member of the German Aid and St. Joseph's societies, of Hancock, leaves a wife and three chil dren to mourn bis taking away. The fu neral will be at St. Ignatius' church, Houghton, on Monday morning, at 9 o'clock. The attachment suit begun by the Sparrow-Kroll lumber company against Davidson, et al, has been discontinued, a ttlement having been effected. N. F. Leopold arrived in the copper country yesterday noon. METEORS 1 HAT REACH THE EARTH. lues Strang Visitors From Spaoo Are Aiik la Their Nature All of yon have been out of doors on a cloudless evening and hnvo soon a star ap parently fall from Its place In the sky and glldo In a long lino of light toward the horizon. Perhaps you have wonderod, as I usod to do, how long lt would bo before the stars would all be gone from the sky, since ono full so often. I did not then know, what I have lcarnod since, that "shooting stars" are not truu stars at all, but only bodies which appear for an Instant and then disappear forever. Let us call them metnors. and thns avoid oonfoundlnir them with real stars, for the real stars ar- as enduring as anything In the universe. In common pouch, however, the Urm motcors is largely confined to those shoot ing stars which are vory largo and bright and are seen only now and then, rilnce they do not, bow over, differ from the shooting stars in any Important respect, so far as we know, most of the learned schol ars who make a study of such subject con slder thorn the sumo. Mow, if meteors never came any nearer the earth than do thope which we so often see, wo should know nothing inoro about thorn than what wo could loam from their light, and thut would bo very litllo. Hut it sometimes happens that ono of them can be seen to coino dlrootly down to tho earth. It makes a bright light as lt falls, sometimes so lntenso as to outshliio the sun when that is in the sky. .Some times the metoor carrion with It n cloud of smoko and falls with a hissing, Kplutter ing nolso, throwing out showers of sparks as it descends. U sually, too, loud reports are hoard as 18 passes through the air, as if aerial armios were cannonading ono an other, and as the sound of the conflict dies away long rolls of echoing thunder shake the earth. W'hon tlio astonished pooplo thereabout have recovered from their fright and has ten to the spot where the wotoor struck the earth, they sometimes And burled in tho soli if tho soil haH any depth a piece of stone or metal, often no larger than a hen's eg?, but som times big enough to be of soveral hundred pounds weight. It is usually tUlil hot if pickod up very soon after its full, and its surface will be found to bo covered by a thin crust, or varnlbh, mado by tho melting and flowing of its outsido. This crust on tho stones is usually black, while tho interior Is light gray iu color; on the pieces of metul lt is of a rusty brown color and the interior of tho mass nlokcl whlto. The surface of theso bodies can be scon, too, to bo indent cd by Uttlo pits or hollows which look for all the world as if tho mass had once been soft as n piece of putty and some one had pressed it with his thumb In many places. Oliver C Faxrlugton In bt. Mcholas Where Ships' Kails Sometimes Sins. Fomo curious facta have been noted with regard to tho sound conducting qua! ith'S of bhlps sulls. When renderod con cava by a gent! 'jroota, the widespread eull.i of a bhlp arc said to be excellent con ductors of sound. A ship was onco sailing along the coast of Ilrazll, far out of sight of land, bud denly several of the crew, whllo walking along the deck, notlood thut when passing and repassing n particular spot tuey ai ways heard with groat distinctness tho sound of bells chiming sweet music, as though being rung but a short distance away. Dumfounded by this phenomenon they aulcklr communicated the discovery to their shlnnmtes. but nono of them was ablo to solve the enigma as to the origin of theso seemingly mysterious Bounds which camo to them across tho water. Months afterward, upon returning to Brazil, tho crew determined to satisfy their curiosity. Accordingly thoy mentioned the circumstance to tholr friends and were informed that at the time when the sounds were heard the bells in the cathedral of San Salvador, on the coast, had been ring Ing to celehrato a feast hold In honor of ono of tho saints. Their sound, wonderful to rolato, favored by a gontle, steady broeze, had travelod a distance of upward of 100 miles over the smooth water and had been brought to a focus by the sails at tho particular locality in which the sweet sounds were first hoara This Is but one of several instance of a similar kind, trustworthy authorities claiming that this same . tauslo la often heard under somewhat the same ciroum stances, and especially in a moisture laden atmosphere London Tit-lilts. Bill and Ell. They toll the story about Bill Nye's visit to KU Perkins' country house, up In Mad- linn rnnntv. N. V. Ell hflS one of those farms left by bis grandfather, on which are rnnta. trout brooks, butternut trees and apple troos, whero the nngrafted fruit Is about the slzo ot thorn apples, xsye sum that rurklns' apples were "so tough that, like a worm, they would turn when you stepped on them." A ftr we hud boon Ell's cuost about a week," said Nye, "some wicked boys one night stole all his early apples. This al most broke Ell's heart. The next day he went to see tho father or the wicsea Doys. ' " 'They should be punished,' sold E1L Tfc vena wrlflkod to Stottl 11) V Choice fruit.' " 'Too late now,' said the farmer, tears mmlnff Intn hlfl OVOS. " 'Mo; they should bo soundly whlppod now. It s never too late 10 wnip mose boys.' " 'But it is too late now, Mr. Perkins too late,' pleaded tho farmer tearfully. 'My roor boys were thoughtless. Tboy ate the apples, anu tney aro ueaa. uoon (la.) Jews. So Near and Yet So Far." Tmn irnmnn rntt as twrfoct strancrcrt in tho Adirondack ono summer, and, being mutually attracted, a pleasant acquaint ance rosultoa. i juii eunj in its develop ment one said to the other, "Whore do you live?" "In Now York." was the reply. "Indoodl So do I, In th street," mnntlnnlnc a ttroct aulto far lip town. "Why, I live In that same ono," said her frlond; "at 63. w hnt Is your numoerr "Now, really 1" the other exclaimed. Whr. mlno is Oil" And. ntion closer inaulrv. they found that fr two years they had lived next door to each other, only a brick wail or parti tion iiivii'iina tlioin. in houses owned by the sanjo man, and yet had not onlynovor met Uf-r Ihwome laminar wuueacn owier personality, but also bad apparently never even seen each other in all that time, but bocamo well acquainted In a summer re sort many miles from New York. Now York Journal. niK SUNDAY SCHOOL. IESSON VIII, SECOND QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, MAY 24. Test of the Leeaon, Luke mm, 9-19 Mem- TT Yereea, 13-16 Golden Test, Lake IT Commentary by the Rev. D. M. Stearns. 0. "A certain man planted a vineyard and let lt forth to husbandmen and went Into a far country for a long time." Our last lesson seemed to have a special refer ence to the present age or the time be tween Israel's rejection of their Ring and His return to take the kingdom. This parable seems rather to cover the whole history of Israel, including their treatment of the prophets and their rejection of the King. 10-12. This aooount of the treatment of Els servants will cover the whole period of the prophets. The fruit He desired was righteousness, and that Israel should make Him a name among the nations of the earth, that all nations might know Him for their good. But read tho story in Iaa. T, 7-85, and in Ezek. xlll, and see what they gave II 1m Instoud of righteousness. A to their heating and shamefully treating the servants, just listen Xo a few testi monies: "Asn was wroth with the seer and put him in a prison house." "Zode- klah came near and smote Mlealah upon the cheek." "Arid they oonspirod against him (Zcchnriah) and stoned blm with stones at the commandment of the king in the court of tho house of the Lord." Then l'ahur smote Jeremiah, the prophet, and put him in tho stocks." "Then took they Jeremiah and cast him into tho dungeon" (II Chron. xvl, 10; xvllL 211; xxlv, 21; Jer. xr, 2; xxxvill, 6). No wonder that James by the Spirit writes, "Tako my brethren, the prophuts who have spoken in tho name of the Lord, for an example of suffering affliction and of patience (Jas. v, 10). The Lord is now looking for tho fruit of the Spirit In those who have boenmo branches in Him who is the True Vine, and through whom He desires to boar much fruit to the glory of God. Does Ho find it? If not, why r Let each answer for himself unto the Lord. 13. "Then wild tho lord of the vine yard: What shall I dot 1 will send my bo- loved son. It may bo they will roverence hlra when they see him." In Isa. V, 4, He asks, What could have been done more to My vineyard that I have not done in It? And here at a much farther stage He asks, What shall I dor Then determines to send His Beloved Son, not to punish, as well Ho might, but to save and bless even such rebellious ones. God, who once spoke by tho prophets hath at last spoken by Ills Beloved Son, to whom He gave this title both at His baptism and at His transfiguration. Behold what manner of love, what long suffering, what forbear ance, what yearning over tho erring and rebellious ones. Hear Him, even through tho prophet: "How shall I give theo up, Ephralm? How shall I deliver theo, Israel? (Uos. xl, 8.) 14. "This is the heir; come let ns kill him, that the inheritance may be ours." Joseph's brethren said: "This dreamer oometh. Co mo now, therefore, and lot ns slay him and cast him into some pit" (Gen. xxxvll, 10, 20). It seems Impossible that human nature could be guilty of the baseness of Joseph's brethren, and of the brethren of our Lord, the Jews, who treat ed Him as He hern describes. Think of men enjoying property that cost them nothing, then of their refusing to thank the owner bv rendering him some fruit, then of their nctunliy conspiring to kill the owner and take t ho projH'rty into their own hands. 15. "So they cast him out of tho vine yard and killed hlin. What, therefore, shall the lord of tho vineyard do unto them?" Our Lord describes what He knew they would actually do, for He bad often foretold it. Whut an illustration of the fact that the carnal mind is enmity against God. But, U-llever, lot us apply lt: let us see ourselves in this awful plo ture. The Lord Jesus has bought us for Els pocullar property that He may be glorified in us, Now, Is He enthroned in the neart that He has bought lor jiimscir, or is He as good as cast out? Lost we be at guilty or more guilty than tho Jews, let us give Him cheerfully the whole being for Ills pleasure (Horn.- xil, . 2). 16. "Ho sh;.!l come and destroy these husbandmen and shall give tho vineyard toothers." In Math, xxi, 43, tho words are, "The hlnrcilom of God shall be taken from you ami given to a nation bringing forth the fruit thereof." Israel, having failed to receive her King, has been for the present sot asido as a nation, while God Is gathering out of all nations a pooplo for His name who shall tie joined to Christ and return with lr!-i 'Then He shall come In srlory for the iv.iti.ratlon of Israel and of all things .prl-c:i by the prophets. The ffreat Question for the church and for every Individual be'. lever is, Am I bearing fruit unto God? 17. "What Is (his, then, thut Is written, the stone which tho bulldors rejected, the same Is become the head of the corner?" This is from Ps. cxvlll, 22, and points to the time whon the nation shall say, "Blessed bo He tint oometh In the name of the Lord" (Math, xxlll, 89; Ps. cxvlli, 20). "It shall bo said In that day: Lo, this Is our God I We have waited for Him, and Ho will save ns. ThU is the Lord. We have waited for Him. We will be glad and reioloe In His salvation" (Isa. xxv, 9) Our Lord was always calling attention to what was written. Ho had Implicit con fldonco in tho Scriptures. He always ap pealed to them. Ho made people answer their own questions by LK "What is written? How roadost tho.i.'" 18. "Whosoever shall fi.ll upou that stone shall bo broken, but o:i whomsoever lt shall full it will grind him to powder.' This takes us bnck to Isa. vlll, 14, 15 where we read that He shall I - to some a sanctuary, but to others a stoi.n of stum bllmr and a rook of off enso. In 1 xxvlii 16, we road that Ho Is a sure and tried foundation stone as won as a previous cor ner. Tho whole Is summed up in I Pet 11, 4-8. The grinding to jkiwiI-t probably rotors to Dun. ii, 83, and the t 1 mo of His com In 2 to Judge tho nations. He is now a place of refngo and a sure foundation to all who receive Him. He is n rocK or oi fonse to all who will not have Him, but when Ho oomos In glory He will surely crush all His enemies. 19. "Andthechlof prlostsand t'-escrlboa the same hour sought to lay 1 ..mis on Him." They had long before rinlnod to kill Him, but now tholr hour ij draw ing nigh, and yet thoy cai -t lay u linger on Him until God's appointed time. Then Ee will lot thorn take Elm, that t!elr wicked hands may accomplish that v: U Ii the counsel of God determined before t- be done (Act lv, 27, 8). Not even sai o himself can touoh a child of God without God's pormtsslon, and there must be a needs be for all that cornea to every child of God (Krek. xlv,-23.) Pride and Prejodlea. "I'd bo whomed to go around beg ging," said the prosperous citizen. "Pride's a funny thing, ain't it?" answered Mr. Everett Wrest "Here you are, too proud to bog, and here I am, too proud to work. Take all sorts to make a world, I guess." Indianapolis Journal. it r.avot. Bogga .1 ace the weather bureau has put in a typewriter. Foggs Well, that means that we aro about to have a bad spell of weath er. Yonkeri Statesman. , I r , I ..s 1 m i u uui j u vti i The Rev. Wm. Young of Oswego. N. Y., Describes them and Gives a Remedy. One of the Host Serious Results is Kidney Disease Which Often Follows Chronic Cases. From tht Timet, Probably bo man Is better known or more Mpbly respected in Oswego, N. Y., than iter. William Youuk, of the Methodist Church. Mr. Young; has not a Confereiice appoint ment, but holds a responsible position with the Obweico City Saving Bank, where he hns been a trusty employe for the past twenty years. TUB RET. WJf. TOCXQ. In the sprimrof 1394 Hr. You tie looked as if his time on earth was limited and that he would be laid at rest with the great majority before snow covered the ground. But in- siead of fuiling as was predicted, he soon pained a more nealthv look: and anoeared stronger. As the mouths went by this im provement continued, until now he is as rugged and apparently as healthy as a young man of thirty, although his gray locks de note a more advanced aee. A Timet reporter. determined to find out what had made this great, and it might be said phenomenal uimnm-, cii ueu upon .air. loung nt me unna and put the question direct and received the following reply: " In truth I am a chnmred man. and I owe my present good health to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. In the spring of 1894 I was all run down and had commenced to think that my tinie had come. I had to be prescribed for by physicians, and although 1 received THK OSWEGO CITY BAVIXGS BASK, temporary relief, the same old trouble came !ack again and I was worse than before. I J ad no strength or appetite, and physically was in a miserable condition. After my work I would go home, but the tfrncral lassi tude whieh hunjr over me left me without any ambition, and whpn I would go to the table to eat, my appetite failed me and I ADIITIO.Al. CALl.YIICT XEV Johnson, the Engraver, Agnitx block. Good family wood at J. Vivian. Jr., k Co.; 4 a cord. For 1'edro score cards and markers, go to the Nkwb office. Fob Salk Lot located on Main street, Laurium. Apply at News office or ad dress, E. L. M.. care of News. Smokers, i! you nave failed to find a slgar to suit yon, try "Heimlich! Crown." the beet In the market. One swallow does not make spring, but one swallow of One Minute Cough Cure brings relief. Eagle Drco Store. Our lodge room ean be rented (or meetings on Saturday evenings. Rttkbt Olmok. (Jo to the OtT Bakery ' r your flue pas trice. Angel food, fruit cake always on hand. Cream puffs Fridays and Satur days. Heed Potatoes. A few bushel of choice seed potatoes for sale. Apply to John M. Meeener, Fine street. To Let The store, and room behind, opposite Ryan's etore, at present occu pied by Richard James. Apply to Alex Macdonald, on the premises. The Best W Have. Insist on getting a "La Empreaee" 10-cent cigar. All first-class dealers sell them, try 'em, like 'em. Equal to Im ported. Eczema Is a frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases, it can be perma nently cured by applications of DeWitt's Witch llatel Salve. It never (ails to cure piles. Eaolr Iirtto Store. The Hockford electric belt is meeting with the beet o( succeee. Call and exam ine It and get references. Office OTer Grand Union tea store Red Jacket, Mich. RnwEt, &. Burns Mrs. R. De Young, Middleburg, Iowa, f rites: "I baye used One Minute Cough ( ii c for six years, both for myself and el. i 'ren, and I consider it the quickest at : eg and most satisfactory Cough Cure I lu t ever used." Eagle Drco Store. . Mi fames (Jlanvule, having bought out tl i City dye works of George Eade, will bti e the same establishment in con nection ltn that of his former bus iness, c i.'irging pictures in . craron and watr colors, etc., and desires to Inform t'" public be is in a po sition to atn id to all work that may be given to bim i. i his line, and guarantees to give his patrons satisfaction. TO O'wrgo, X. T. would have to leave without taking hardly any nourishment. My kidneys were also badly affected, and I was in utter despair. One day, her at the bank, I happened to J lick up one of the local papers, and my eye !! on an sdvertisement of Ir. Williams' Pink Pills. The advertisement gay a de scription of a man who, afflicted a I then wan. had been cured by using Ir. Willis m' Pink Pills. I was not a believer la that kind of doctoring, but concluded as a last resort to try a box of the pills, making up my tuind thst if they did not help me I cer tainly would not te injured any. Going toa drugstore, I purchased a box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and commenced taking tbem ac cording to directions. Very soou after I be gan to t'eel better and I saw I had made no mistake in trying the pills, and before the first box was emptied I felt so much im proved that I immediately purchased u otber. I had taken seven boxes ot the pills, and at the end of last summer I fe.lt I was entirely cured and diseoutinud their use, but always keep a box handy if occasion re quires. I in now entirely cored. The las situde Las left me, my kidneys ars sil ri-bt and my appetite well, you should tee me at the table. I am a sew man strain, and In stead of feeling like a man of fifty, which is my age, I feel like a youngster of twenty, and I give Ir. Williams1 Pink Pills the full credit for this grest change. I have recom mended these pills to several ef my neigh bors and acquaintances who have been re lieved of their complaints." William Young, being duly sworn, da poses and says be is the gentlemen referred to in the above interview and it is true la every respect. . , . iixiam Yocko. Subscribed and sworn to before xoe this 20th day of May, 1835. Berxaro Gallagher, Notary Public. Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People cure all diseases arising from a vitiated con dition of the blood, such as pale and sallow complexion, general muscular weakness, loss of appetite, depression of spirits, lack of ambition, anemia, chlorosis or green sick ness, palpitation of the heart, shortness ef breath on slight exertion, coldness of hands or feet, swelling of the feet and limbs, pain in the back, nervous headache, dizziness, loss ef memory, feebleness of will, ringing in the ears, early decay, all forms of female weakness, leucorrhoea, tardy or Irregular periods, suppression of menses, hysteria, paralysis, locomotor ataxia, rheumatism, sciatica, all diseases resulting from humors in th blood, causing scrofula, swelled glands, fever sores, rickets, hip-joint diseases, hunch back, acquired deformities, decayed bones, chronio erysipelas, catarrh, consumption of the bowels and luns, and also for in vi rot ating the blood and system when broken down by overwork, worry, disease, excesses and. indiscretions of living, recovery from acute diseases, such aa levers, etc., loss of vital powers, spermatorrhea, early decay, premature old age. These pills are not a purgative medicine. They contain nothing that could injure the most delicate system. They act directly on the blood, supplying to the blood its life-giving qualities by assisting lt to absorn oxygen, tbat great supporter or all organie life. In this way the blood, being supplied with its lacking constituents, becomes rich and red, nourunea the varions organs, stimulating them to activity in the performance of their functions, and thus eliminates diseases from the system. , Fright red cheeks, an elastic step, a clesi skin and a bright eye denote health ; an it is just these reniilts which follow, th "jr-e of. Ir. Williams Pink Pills for They are for sal bv all d e. had by mail from lr. . . Company, Schenectady.' box, or six boxes for 2otaln- .ost re- MIlTersmf an? ,Ai . total dally V. Arvonen, g,, ,n tn9 engraver, late ol Tiffttuy York, has opened a store next aow. Jacob Gartner's, on Fifth street, where" he is prepared to do . band-made work and repairing with neatness and dis patch. Prices reasonable. A. L. Wooeter, a prominent citizen b Osseo, Mich., alter suffering; excruciating ly from piles (or twenty years, was cun in a short time by using DeWitt's Wit LTazel Salve, an absolute cure lor all si More of this preparation used than all others combined. Eagle Dhtjg Stoi The bread and cake o( the tin; Bakery can be had at the following a, r . ciea: James Lisa's. Mrs. Hoekln's, Be Jacket: Martin Knit's, J. C Lean's' Peter Olcem's, Calumet Tillage, and Welsenauer's, Uuilbaul's,Lake Linden. A fresh supply is left at these agencies every day, and the prices are aa low as the lowest BnckJea'a Arnica Halve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, bait rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, : and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale bT D. T. Macdonald. Young mothers dread the summer months on account o( the great mortal ity among children caused by bowel trou- 1.1. . Tl-t A I... .1 in en. icriwt Ban. uibjt iro onuiru those who keep on hand DeWitt's Colic lad &. Cholera cure, and administer it prompt y. For cramps, bilious colic, : dysentery and diarrhoea, it affords Instant relief. Eagle Drco Store. Tfee rimlandars Mutual Fire Insurance company ot Houghton and Keweenaw counties, or ganized in 1890 according to the lawa of ty ot its mem era. Hare paid fire losses oyer f 3,000 during Its existence. The company paid back during the last Tr to sixty-two of its members ot hve Tears' standing 08 per cent of their ' premium, 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 of this rear the company had 844 members, 207, 410 worth of property insured, and 0,594. 11 in treasury. For further ear ticulars apply to the undersigned. Joh5 Blomqyist, Preaidsai Alex LxDroitxif, Secretary. Office, 443 Pins street, upstairs, T Jacket.