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x4iV)(9 WW c ABSOLUTELY PURE McGLYNN BROS.. CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS n nil Mnd of brick and stone work. Price on application. HANCOCK MICH. THE MICHIGAN HOUSE. Corner of Oak aud BUthHtreeU, Ked Jacket. , , i and 24, block 13. Calumet, known as .hVur'.pn.j.erty ou Lake Linden road. UitTl and ..block B, Tamarack City. in,nmfPd and unimproved Farm Lands iae a'K h ae A lare lot of Timbered Llfndi to thl na mJJulnliiK county, for sale. Abstract, of Title furnished. Taxes paid fornon-residont. j. A. HIIKUMAN. Kom3.trobet Hid-Hoasjhton. SIlcu. Mothers Like to see their .boys clothed in the latest and neatest styles. Fathers Like to h'hs their boys becomingly clothed at the loweat powble coat. Both Of thene extremes meet in the moat iwrfoct manner in the Hovs Denartment of Rich ardson's Clothing store, near the l out olllee' Hancock. JI. K. TIMK-TAHLES. Fassenner Trains on M. R. R. R. In KIToct Dooerol 29. 1HV5. r AT)IT1 D HI BIB 7.3 M.l.W...l Jacket J 40 10.11 IV. X L H., iY.S 7 40 IM W.20 .'SS-E h-hioi. T.30 1.40 9.0-' . m n'm At Lt p m p n. DallT tDally exiest Bundav. Fass-.uyer Trains n H. & C. R. B. In Effect December '. 15. i m n in D Dl Lv . P ! mam T.45 12 n 6.00.... Lake Linden. j 47 12 1" B.02 Lmwood...., 1 y) M 2 &. 8 L Linden.. . t mi is R.10 Mllle .8.20 I. no 9.56 it. 18 2.28 B.M .8.15 8.2fi 9 80 .8.10 J.ZU B o I'm lz 31 6.10 .... Woodslde .8.01 S.ll 9.M s.UJ 6.22 Dollar Bay J.M .W 9.3rf l.t. 12 M 6.40 .V"000 !'5o flue 111! r lu f iu Dalit. tDallv exoeot fluodav. &A.R.R. Time Tettole: In effect April 27. 18WI. TRAINS LEAVE HOUGHTON For Detrolt.the oaet and the Gorcd- 1c Uantre 9:00 a in For Chicago andMarquette :2 P- m TRAINS ARRIVE HOUGHTON From Marouette, Chicago and the (iiiKetfo Ranire P J? Prom iK-troltand the east P- m Mally. tDally except Bunday. For tlcketi, time table and othc r hiforina- uon aPpl, to J. " Mich. M.el;p ox at MU Paul llallroaa. LAKE SUPERIOR DIVISION O"fo ' ml SOLID TRAINS FAST TIME Pullman Burrtr SLEEPING cars All coupon agent on the Northern renin ula ten ticket, via tha Milwaukee A North rnR.B. W, K. TYLKK, Oommerlolal Act. Kepabllo. Mich OKORQR H. H EAFFOHP, Oeneral PaaMnger Aft-Cbloaio. D., S.S. lJeeirTf Cbago waniee I 4 e-v40 WAN NINO 1 I. L.fes. CHICAGO ' David Lanctot, Vines, Spirits and Beer. Meals Barred at All Eoart. faaeock Ml hlsan H JIT.T H1NI1M L4K ALN. JohnMon. the JeweUr. JohnHon, the Engraver, ARniti block. Good family wood at J. V viin. Jr. Co.; $4 a cord. For 1'edro score curd and marker, go to the Nkhh nfTlce. Wanted Two good BuleHuien at oiice at Uutely & Co.V, Fifth street. Fou Salk Lot located on Main Htrett. Laurium. Apply at Nkw a ofike or ad drt-HH, K. L. M.. care of News. bmozere, II yon have (ailed to find a lirar to suit too. try "Ilelmlich'a crowu, tue wmt in tne market. Our lodge room can be rented for mectiiiK on Saturday eveningB. ftiVKitT Olhon. Oue swallow doen not make Hpring, but one Hwallow of Oue Minute Couch Cure briugH relief. Kaoi.e Ditin Stouk. Oo to the City Dakery f r your flnt pas tries. Angel food, fruit cake always on hand. Cream puffs Fridays and Satur days. Heed I'otatoeM. A few bushel of choice seed potatoes for sale. Apply to John M. Messner, Fine street. To Lkt The store, and room behind, opposite Uyan's store, at present occu pied by Richard James. Apply to Alex Macdonald, on the premises. Xotlre to vereer of High way. For your poll tax receipt bookB call up the Nkwh office. We have them In stock and can mail tbein to you at once. Weert Potato Por sale. A lew bushels of Vaughan's celehrattd early potatoes for sale. Apply at illiara Davev's. L'89 Rockland street. A sample can be seen at the News office. 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 remeuy that produces immediate results. - EaW.IC DltfO hTOHK. Headquarters for Portage Lake and Lake Superior ice company at Slattery & Ryan's livery office. Telephone and order book at office. Orders promptly attended to. James Ali.kx, Manager Mr. Edward Carter, of No. 2u Rock land street, has been appointed agent for the celebrated Sulvation Army tea. 1 er- sons desiring this brand of tea may leave their orders with him and the same will receive prompt attention. Mrs. R. DeYoung, Middleburg, Iowa, writes: "I haye useu une .miuuuj wuSu Pure for six years, both for myself and children, and I consider it the quickest acting and most satisfactory Cougli Lure I have ever used." Eaolk Ditto htoitK llepubllrau Conventlou at Wt. Loulu Jlouday. June id. Thi. n M. &. St. 1. railroad will Bell rniin.Hrio tickets at one lowest first lass reeular tare for round trip. Tick ets on sale June m, n anu w, n J 1 1 ....,.,1 A return until June 21. Iteward. Will be paid for the return of a siltr watch with gold chain and Forester.,' charm, which was taken from my room n sj.mdrt v morning last. 1 he watcn ne a Roclford movement, Xo. 278,1107, ai d the case is No. 103.430. L Iocmiib. To the Publlr. Any ierson desiring to take ice for the coming season will do well to call on John M. Messner & Son. the famous Ice dealers, and make arrangements for your suPDly. Ice suitable lor any purPue, Orders by telephone promptly delivered J. M. Mkshner Jtooa, 401 Tine Street. Ciowtl Ad vice. He good. weet maid, and let who will be Do nobieThlWs. "ot m tUpm' U day And .onmke life, death, and that vast for ever. One (trand1 wcitjon.r Kmm tY vn-rnl. more clever in their pre fession than ourselves and therefore sweet maids you can do no better thing than have your photograph taken at our studio. UU,,Y1IKKMAX. Klertrie Hitter. n;tor. I a medicine suited lor auy season, but perhaps more needed, when the langu.u, r- - - b..n thn liver is torpid and slJggishand the need of a tonic and aU terative Is felt. A prompt use of this ..j!.! ho. r.ffin averted long and pr- t...-i i.iii.,ii fevers. .No medicine ... ... . .l in counteracting and fWreeing the system from the malarial SJ. Headache. Indigestion consU natlon. and dizxiness yield to LU-ctnc Su M) cent, and 1 per bottle at P. T. Macdonald' drug stoie. Portaae late itos Hancock Whist Club Defeated By Calu umet Players. V Iteturu Jame to He Played Program for the I'ewahle Kpwerlh Leaxue ?leetlug;-A MteanibarKe Hud Agrouud. The Hancock whiat club sent out ei ;bt layers to Culumet laHt evening to play the medical fraternity and a few other cn thuwaHtaat the game. The Hancock gentlemen won the majority of point, but the Calumet players have great con eolatiou in that they won at three tables out of the four. Had it not been for the resident and secretary of the Hancock lab that organization would not know now where to hide its head. The party was handsomely entertained at the home of W. II. llosklng. The score of games by table is as follows: it. making and VV. II. llokiag won three points from J. T. Fisher and Dr. Courtney; Dr. Simonson and Dr. McLeod won eight points from W. P. Seager . and C. D. Uanchette; Dr. 1'omeroy and Dr. Ilubb won one point from J. A. Close and II. Hicok, and Dr. Ilees and James Ramsay lost sixteen points to W. D, Haddock and J. W. Iluhl. Total, Calu met, 12; Hancock, 10. A return game will be played at Hancock in the near uture. The regular business and literary meet ing of the Tewabic Fpworth League will be held in the I'ewabic M. E. church on Monday evening, June 1, when an inter- esting program will be rendered by mem bers of the league, to be assisted by other local talent. Following is the program: League 'raver frourf , Recitation t'U(lll1lt Male (Juurtet "Come Where the Lille IMoum" J. Mitclier, r. UuiiHtan, A. DuiiHtan. J. II. I)uii8tan Itecltatlon Orgun Solo "ChrlHtmna Bell March". wntuiix Mitts ire no west in Ke, Ihiet Sared Mixsca Wallace and Webber. vCfllUtlotl Soiik Selected Wins lottlo urower. Ueadiuir luliu Solo Mr. It. Hlee. Accompaniment by Miss Bice. Honn Aims Llzzio Webber. ieeltation gong Selected John II. Dunstan. The result of X. F. Leopold's visit here the pnst week is the extension of the op tions on the three mining properties south of Houghton, the Huron, Isle Roy- ale and Grand Portage, to the last week in September. The options in the first place had until June 8 to run and this proved too short a time in which to at tend to all the details of so large a trans action as this promises to b. The finan cial situation in this country has been so unsettled that this fact alone prevented the consummation of the scheme, which all citizens of Portage Lake devoutly hope will come out all right. Mr. Leopold said be had no difficulty in extending the options, lor he was able to make such representations as to the ultimate success of the deal as caused the owners to acquiesce. The barge Kalkaska ran onto the old crib of the tripod at the entrance to For- tnge river Wednesday morning, and re mained there until night. Tugs from the Shelden toning company worked at her all day, but it was finally necessary to lighten her of most of her load of lumber to release her. The accident is the result of the neglect of the lighthouse depart ment to keep a light at this point and because the Ice of last winter bad torn away the cribwork of the old tripod. Xo light being there, the range for enter ing the river is lacking and it takes a captain well acquainted with his sur roundings to make it at night. , The members of Lake Superior Lodge, Knights of Pythias, enjojed a very pleas ant time last evening at the informal so cial. A number of the knights rendered musical and literary selections, and all enjoyed dancing ou the canvas-covered carpet. Other socials of a like nature may be given from time to time during the summer. Tnmnrrnw noon, on account of the field day at the driving park, the Lake Linden train, on its arrival in Uancock at 1 o'clock will be run up to the park; fare 10 cents. After the sports are oyer a special train will leave the park for Cal umet to accommodate those not wishing to return by the evening train. Several removals have taken place late ly from the old cemetery to the Lakeside, the new location on the canal road. Among those removed were the remains of Houghton Duncan, which were placed beside those of his wife, who died last -inter ami was interred in Lakeside cemetery. Weather Officer 0 olden is a great man. His prediction as to the length of the r cent cold rain was accurate, and his con stituents are putting faith In his predic tions for June, which, he says, will be a fioo month. otlee to Marshal. For your poll tax receipt books call op h Nkwb office. W e have them io stocK and can mail them to you at once. The narmony Club, of Houghton, will t. mnnnliffht excursion, with danc ing, on Crose's pleasure barge this even- Inir. , , , NAtiee to Overseer of llighwai. i ... nnli tar iwpint books call UD .v- w. oflic. We have them in stock vu ftUd can mail to yon atone. Miss Planche Hubbell has issued invl- taiion IUT a uiiu.j , . ... - .t...ir ttartv at 1 1 art- n,n'l.ftll. this evening. WHJfT MAkeS tHtW6dH" " Free Bllvar Kladcrgartca tMoa Wt tha Benalt of Tmom Who f4 Xi. What U it makes irme people poor 7 The crime of 187B. How did that "crime" cause poverty? Dy striking down one-half of the mon ey of the country. How much silver money was there in the United States in 1873? Loss than $0.000,000. How ranch have we now? Six hundred and twenty-five million dollars. Does this iucreaso of about $550,000,- 000 look like a redaction in the volume of our silver money? So Senator Stewart says. What causes floods, cyclones, droughts. weevil, bollworms, grasshoppers, go phers and other evils whioh injure the farmers' and planters' crops? The gold standard. What will make the cows give more milk, the sheep grow more wool, the hogs weigh twice as much and the hens lay bigger eggs? The silver standard. Name some of the silver standard countries. China, India and Mexico. Are the people of those countries more prosperous than the American farmers and workers? No ; they are a great deal poorer. Why has not their silver money made those countries rich? Aek something easier. If there are more poor people in silver standard countries than in gold using nations, how would free coinage of &0 cent dollars abolish poverty in the Unit ed States? That is one of the things that nobody can and out. - Silver and tho Fall In Prices. The Philadelphia American, a paper published in a sound money city, but devoted to the cause of free coinage, re peats, in a recent issue, the stale old as sertion that it is the adoption of the gold standard which has caused such a mark ed decline in prices. Without going into the general question of the effect which the quantity of money in a country has on the prices of goods, it is only needful to point to the fact that prices have fall en Just the same in countries on a silver I basis as in those using gold. Wheat is cheaper in America than it was some years ago. It is also cheaper In India and Russia, both silver standard coun tries in fact, it is largely the competi tion of their low priced wheat which has brought down the price of American wheat Can The American explain why the cheap silver of Russia and India has not kctDt ud orioes in those countries? II using more silver would benefit our farmers by giving them higher prices, why has it not done so where silver is the only money used? How can we ex pect that a bushel of wheat will buy more goods, if measured by silver dollars. when it is found that in countries which have always had the silver Btandard wheat brings no more than in America? These are questions which the be lievers in Bound money have been asking ever since the present agitation for free coinage was started. Is it not about time that the silver! tea tried to answer them? The Silver Politician's Double Standard. '7 SCHEME TO LOWER WAGES. The following is the suggestive head in of an article in The Sun of Lexing ton, Ky.: TO LOWER WAGES. Scheme to Reduce tho Pay of Laborer Without Strikes and Lockout. Dcprciate ths Monty With Which They An Paid, ana in neruu u twiatnea. Boetoa Cottar. "Deliver us." says the Boston Trav eller, "from tho New Yorker's use of tho letter r, as it occurs In church,' first, 'bird' or as" it appears when they nronounce the words uuoa or oanana. The New Yorkar speaks of his 'chuich, tells how he was f uist, loves the pretty buids' and believes in the cause of 'Caber.' We must concede that we are a bit off in a few words, 'grass' being one of them. Tho New Yorker pro nounces grass as it is spelled, the Bos tonian drawls it out as 'grarse. Tor all our shortcomings there is less slurring in our pronunciation than in any other city, and it is a well known fact among our English cousins of the better sort that Bostonians speak cleaner hnglisu than citizens from any other city of the Union." A Dlvlatoa, of Labor. The statesman who is new to publio life had boon interviewed, and he felt nervous. "Now. you understand, ' ho said, "that I don't want to be misrepresented in anything that I have said." Of course. Do you want to be quot ed literally?" N-no. I don t know as I do. I be lieve in every man stickin to his par lnlar line of duly. 1 11 put in the opiuions and you put in the grammar, -.Washington Star. Llibtloa Wever 0v tela. There is not a single instance in the history of the , world in which legal naa been relied upon to giv Sue to currency but that it has ended ln ipecuiation, robbery and wholesale I j. firm and tUUlKniDUTT. kJ. n. ( ivuu.... - - ,, jtovtaajt J'HK SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON IX, SECOND QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, MAY 31. feit of the IMon, Luke III, 90-80 Mem. ory TerM. 34-30 Golden Text, Luke , ssl, 83 Commentary by tb Rev. X. kL Stearna. 0. " Ve shall aee Jerunaloni compassed with arm lot." One day as He was leaving the temple they sought to pull Ills atten tion to the groat stones and gifts, but He said that the time would oome when not one stone would be left on another. They afterward asked Him about this, and He then told them of the approaching destruc tion of Jerusalem and of this whole age till He shall oome again. 81. "Then let them whioh are ln Jutltea flee to tho mountains." Sometimes we are to stand and endure and die, and some times we are to floe. He will tell us when to stand still and when to go forward If we have ears to hoar. Let us ever "watch the way," and ''Watch to soewhat He will ay" (Xah. 11, 1; Hab. II, 1). Ezok. xxil, 17-22, has had a fulfillment, but like many another prediction, the groat flll-f ull-ruent Is yet to come. 22. "For these be the days of venge ance. ' Such pnwages as ueut. xivin, vo, 49; Dan. Ix, 26, were thou fulfilled, but we read elsewhere that the days of venge ance will bo associated with Israel's re domptlon, not with the destruction of Je rusalem. When the Lord shall appear In Ula glory. He shall build up Zion (Ps. cil, 16). . . 23. "There shall be great distress In the land, and wrath upon this people." It is written concerning tholr being carried to Babylon that "they mocked the messengers of God, and despised His words, and mis used His prophets, until the wrath of the Lord arose against His people, till there was no rehipdy" (I! Chron. xxxvl, 10). 24. "Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the gentile until, the times of the pen- tiles be fulfilled.'' "She Is still trodden down. Therefore we are still ln the times of the Kentlloi but fche is arising from her desolations. . Therefore the times or tne sontiles are nearly, fulfilled. Read with this Rom. xi, 25, and consider that ln some little measure toe blindness is pass Ing from Israel, and therefore the fullness of the gentiles (the church or body of Christ aathfred from the gentiles) must be approaching completion. Aotloe an other 'nntil" in Acts III, 21. . 25, 20. "The powers of boaven shall be shaken." This is the time of the great tribulntion at the end of this age to which we have already referred. It is mentioned ln Hag. 11, 6, 7, as follows: " Yet once it Is a little while, and I will shake the neav ens, and the earth, and the sea, and the dry land, and I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations shall oome." In Heb. xll. 27. we read that the aim of all this Is "that those things which cannot he shaken may remain." Resting on the firm foundation of the Rock of Ages we can say. "Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried Into the miust of the sea" (Ps. xlvL 2). 27. "And then shall they see the Hon oi Man coining ln a cloud with power and areat elory." In Math, xxlv, a, uu, we read that this shall be immediately after the tribulation of those days. Isa. xxxv, 4, says: "Heboid your God will come with vengoanoo, even UoU witn a rooomponse. 28. "Your redemption orawern nign. That Is, the redemption of Israel as a nation, for whllo individual Jews are now converted as Individual gentiles ry looking to Jesus by faith the nation will be converted as a nation only when they look upon Him as Ho shall come ln His glory. This Is fully descrioeti in seen, xn, 10. to xlii. 1. 29. 80. " Heboid tho flg troe anu an tne trees." He now culled tneir auenuon io nature and to the way that they knew that summer was nigh. Israel is God s fig tree as well as Ills vine.. Hear Joel 1, 7, "lis hath laid my vine waste and barked my He tree." The fla tree that Jesus cursea as He entered the city oue day, which was full of loaves, but had no fruit, was symbol of Israel full of profession, but without righteousness. The flg leaf aprons of Adam and Kve were very suggestive of tholr efforts to regain that which they bad lost, but they had to lay them aside ana acoeDt the coats of skins, God's provision by sacrlfloe, for without snooaing oi diooq Is no remission iiioo. n, vv, iov. 81. "Know ye that the xingaom or uoa la niirh at hand." We may not know the day or hour, but we may know from signs as plain as tho leaves upon tne ireos ma the event Is approaching, uur ixmi sso dates the redemption of Israel and the kingdom of God. Why should we ever separate them and talk of the kingdom as being now hero, wnen mere cannot ue kingdom of God on earth apart from Israel as a conterr o long as inu iuron i David Is vacant the kingdom has not come, 82. "Verily I say unto you, Ihis goner atlon shall not pass away till all be ful flrlod." Generation means a raoe or peo clo. and the continued existence and mar vAlons nreservatlon of the Jows as a poo' pie is evident proof of the fulfillment In dna time of evorv word or uou. a ne pro noun this" may be and Is elsewhere translated "that." so that there is a possl billtv that the saying means "that goner atlon," the genoratlon that shall witness the beginning of those things snail aiso boo the end of them. 83. "Heaven and earth shall pass away, tint mT noriU nhall not Dass away." "The word of our God shall stand forever" (Isa. xl. 8). "Tho word of the Lord endureth fnrnvnr" (I Pet. I. 25). "The heavens, be In on fire, shall bo dissolved (or loosed from bondage) and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, nevertheless we, ao cordinif to His promise, look for new heav ens and a new earth wheroln dwelleth rlffhtoousness" (II Pet. Ill, 19, 13). 84. "Take hoed to yourselves lest that day come upon you unawares." We are to avoid all entanglements of earth lefct we hn nvnronma and taken unawares. This life la a warfare with the powers of dark ness, and we need to have on the whole armor of God (EPh. VL II, IX). 85. "For as a snare shall It come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth." Tho believer ln Christ docs not dwell on the earth; he Is only a sojourner here day by day. He Is a citizen of heav en, and his thoughts and affect Ions are thoro, on things above, not on things on the earth. 86. "Watch ye, therefore, and pray al ways that ye may Iw accounted worthy to escape all theso things." If somo may escape the great trlbulut Ion, then surely the church which Is His body shall esoape it. "Because thou hat kept tho word of my patience, I also will keep thoo from the hour of temptation, which shall come up on all the world to try them that dwell upon the earth" (Rov. Ill, 10). If Jesus Himself shall pass through the tribulation, then His body shall, bnt otherwlsu not. Ore tent Swindle of the Century. The free and unliimted coinage of silver is the greatest political swindle of the century, for it gives to the wealthy the power to double their wealth and leaves to the poor man nothing but silver dollars really.worth only 60 cents onrh. -Ducyrns Journal A first class male telegraph operator ln the government sorvlee of Groat lJrltalr rooelve an average of 19.78 a week. A first class female operator receives tii.ot). . "Young married people," says a Chluos proverb, "should have their house built round so discontent can And no corner lu fL" a mum vmm eiipe THE RESULTS OF TO, HARD filDIHG. FULLY 3,000 MILES ON HIS WHEEL He Makes Some Reflections on the Benefits of the Sport and Tells of its Dangers. From tht J'rru, The Tv. Win. P. F. FermiHon. whose nic- ture we give above, will iiot be unfamiliar by slK'it to many readers. A young man, be has still had an extended experience at foreign iniaiiiouary. teacher, editor, lecturer and pastor that has given him a wide ac quaintance in many parts of tht country. in an intern w a tea- days ago be said : "In the earlr summer of 'M I went opoa a tour through 'ana-la on my wheel. Jly rout was from Utica to t'ane Vincent thence by steamer to Kinirtn, aud from there along the north shore of the lake to Toronto and around to Niagara Fulls. I arrived at Cape Vincent at b o'clock, having ridden against a strong head wind all day. "After a delightful sail throuch the Thous and Inland, I stepped ou shore in that quaint old city of Kingston. A slight shower had fallen and the street were damp, so that wis dom would have dictated that I, leg-weary at 1 was. Should have kept In doors, but so knxiout waa I to see the old city that 1 spent the whole evening in the streets. " Five o'clock the next morning brought a very unwelcome discovery. I was lame in both ankles and kneei. i he head wind ana the dump dtreets hud proved an unfortunate combination. I gave, however, little thoucht to it. supposing it would wear off in a few hour, and the first Uuxli of sunlight saw me speeding out the splcudid road that leads to ward apanee. Night overtook me at a little Tillage near Port Hope, but found me still lame. I rented the next day, and the next, bnt it was too Inte; the imschier was done. 1 rode a good many miles during the rest of the season, but never a day and seldom a mile without pain i he winter came and 1 put away my wheel, saying ' now I shall get well,' bnt to mv disappointment I erew worse. Some days my knees almost forbade walking and my ankles wouii not permit me to wear shoes. At time I guttered severe rsin. so erere as to make study a practical impos sibility, yet it must be undertood tliat I concealed the condition of aflairs as far as possible. Irora. being local the trouble began to spread slightly and my anxiety incressed. I consulted two physicians and followed their excellent adrice, but without result. 8o the winter passed. One day in March I happened to take ia my hand a newspaper in which a ADDITIONAL CALl JIET SEWS Tb Beat VV Have. Insist on getting a "La Empraiee" 10-cent cigar. All first-claae dealers sell them, try 'em, like 'em. Equal to im ported. rJczema Is a frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases, it can be perma nently cured by application of De Witt's Witch Haxel Salve. It never fails to cure piles. Eini.R I'rtto Store. The Kockford electric belt is meeting with the beet of succeee. Call and exam ine it and get references. Office over Grand Union tea store Red Jacket, Mich. Ruhwel & Burns In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of De Witt's Little Early Misers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood, and invigorate the system. Eagle Drug Stoke. Mllveramtth mmd Engraver. V. Arvonen, gold and silver smith and engraver, late of Tiffany & Co., New York, has opened a store next door to Jaeob Gartner's, on Fifth street, where he is prepared to do hand-made work and repairing with neatness and dis patch. Trices reasonable. Hid you ever think how readily the blood is poisoned by constipation? Bad blood means bad health and premature old age. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills, overcome obsti nate con Mij nti n. Eaole Vnva Stork. The bread and cake of the Buperio. Bakery can be had at the following agen cies: James Lisa's. Mrs. Hoskln's, Red Jacket: Martin Kuhn's, J. C. Lean's Peter Olcem's, Calumet Tillage, and Welsenauer's, Guilbaul's, Lake Linden. A fresh supply is left at these agencies every day. And the prices are as low as thelowest A. L. Wooeter, a prominent citisen of Ortseo, Mich., after suffering excruciating ly from piles for twenty years, was cured in a short time by using DeWitt's Witch Hasel Salve, an absolute cure for all skin diseases. More of this preparation is used than all others combined. Eagle Drcq Store. Mr. James Glanvule, having bought out the City dye works of George Eade, will haye the same establishment in con nection with that of bis former bus iness, enlarging picture in crayon and water colors, etc., and desires to inform the public be is ln a po sition to attend to all work that may be given to bitn in his line, and guarantees to givs bis patrons satisfaction. PIEP1PP Uliea, A. T. good deal of spaee was taken by aa artiels fa relation to Dr. Williams' Fink Fill. I 4i not at that time know waattbey were supposed to cure. I should bae paid ne attention to th article had I not caught the name of a lady whom I knew. Readirg, I foua that she, ia similar circumstances. Jiad bee greatly bene fited by the use of F'nk Pills, and knowing her at I did I had no doubt of the truth of the statement that she hid authorised. The first box was not gone before I saw a change, and the third baa not been SsUhed before all signs of my rheumatic treablet were gone to stay. "I say 'gone to stsy,' for though there has been every opportunity for a return of the trouble, I have not felt the first twinge of it. I have wheeled thousands of mile and never before wit so little diecomforC I have had some of .j nntt seyere test of strength and endurance, and have east through them without a ache. Far ex ample, one afternoon I rods seventy miles, preached thai night and mad fifty mile of tb hardest kind of road before aee the next day. Another Instance wa a 'Cen tury run,' the last forty milea ef which were made in a downpour of rain through ssnd and slush. " Yon should think I would reremme1 them to others? Well, I have, an 4 av had the pleasur ef seeing very good result in a number of instances. Yes, I sko14 feel that I was neglecting a 4nty If I failed to suggest Pink Fills to any friend wheat I knew to be luficring from f heuniatisa. THE PKESBYTXRIAff CHVKCH I!T horo, or wuica air. wk. rxaucsoa: IS FAaTOB. 44 Xo, that ia not the nlr disease thj cure. I personally know of a number cures from other troubles, but I have eq them only for that, though it would be fair to add that mv general health has better this summer than, ever before ia life. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Ped are now given to the public a aa on fail blood builder and nerve rettorer, curing1 lorms or weaknesa arising from awfibiy v ditionofthe blood or shattered aerves. J pills sre sold by all dealers, or will be I post psid on receipt of price, 60 cent a 1 or ix boxes for (tney are never soh bulk or. Iiv the 1001. bv addreaiiing Dr. J Hums' Mediviiie Company, fcchcutxuwy, J Young mothers dread the summer months on account of the great mortal ity among children caused by bowel trou bles. Perfect safety may be assured those who keep on hand DeWitt's Colic and & Cholera cure, and administer it prompt- y. For cramps, bilious colic, dysentery and diarrbsa, it affords Instant relief. Eagle Drco Store. Bocklea'a Aralea Halve. The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, alt 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 giro perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Frice, 25 cents per box. For sale br D. T. Macdonald. To tho Pablle. The undersigned wishes to state that he has opened a boot and shoe making shop, next door to Jacob Gartner's store. Fifth street. Red Jacket, where he is pre pared to do anything in his line of busi ness at reasonable prices. Gents' shoes soled for 45 and 50 cents; ladies' shoes soled for 35 and 40 cents. Workman ship guaranteed. A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. Charles Kemfpajren. Bargains! BarKala!! Brcalne!tt Goods almost given away; for instaucs we are selling combination suits, worth 3.50, selling now at I.9S; children's jersey suits, former price $2.50, now fl.89. We hare a full line of knee pants, former price 50 cents, now 25 cents; a full line of merino underwear for men, ladles and children at half pnee, former price. 50 cents, now 25 cents apiece. Call and be convinced of all the goods we have In the Laurium fair. One door east of tb post office Yours tor trade, Fein'dkro A Co. The Finland er Mutual Fire Insurance company of Houghton and Keweenaw counties, or ganized in 1890 according to the laws of the State of Michigan, will insure proper ty oi its mem era. Have paid fire losses oyer f 3,000 during its existence. The company paid back during the last year to sixty-two of its members ot tare Tears' standing 68 per cent of their premiums, amounting to 3,502. Will pay back a u ring this year on the same rate to thirty-six members of five years' stand ing fl.447. On the first day of this rear the company bad 344 members, 297, 440 worth of property Insured, and $0,594. 11 ln treasury. For further par ticulars apply to the undersigned. Jobs Blouqvwt, President. Alex Letsoxen, Secretary. Office, 443 Pins stmt, opstalrs, Kel Jacket. S O Jffl I