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F.dlter aod Proprietor. ?orOfflieln the New HUx-k, "north eud of TKUXIH or m iiHriiiPTiox: BY MAILOH CAHKib. ihe yearein advauvei (Mi months r?r mouth t! KltMAN AMKIUCAKS THEY ARE ALMOST UNANIMOUS FOR SOUND MONEY. to Uroak Vmrtj TiM to ToU iftlul Trrm Cotaace Thy Porta a Larff I'vr. rrutaa; of the Voter of Thla Coast rj. mi Ml VTIHED At THS HmTurMl'l AT t'AICMrt. Mica m a ah titixm)-ci.A hattih V(JuWlllUIUCKtHHIIIIUt uitrsof lIUllUSS oottneeiod with the paper shemia be addreeO The Copper Country Evening News,! t'alosuet Ml- Leland, Towle & Co. Bankers and Brokers. Member of the uosIod and New Yort Eicnanaes. Oooper Stocks a BpoouUty. . W. F. Fitzgerald. Jlhiliitf lgal Xotirs. ttrimuf settlement ot all H i)diiii lu lMti.ut In the affair of the Centennial Minim: Com pany, ley saeii terms tliw piuu of rf.nyaii!. tion of dates tepteniber I. U to be eHrrmt out. I'rvwnt ntn.'klu)lvliT. w bo have ma al ready puld lut tlieVit eVilonv rrut Company twoijS'dttiUrnpfr liHt-e, and at the same nine deposited their eertitu-ates of moek. are here by Untitled that In oi-di-r to te entitled to par ticipation or to share to any manner iusuiiil re organisation tliey mutet dvix nit tlielr present flui'k. together ltd twntJi dollar per share thereon itb th Old Colony TrutU Company on or before June 5. lMj. ttii larieet i.k holder and all huhertoopiMMmij: inieretn have tuoeed to oo-terate til inakinx the plus of re orjMiilXMtlonelKM.-tive.f.tot-klioldera are hereby notittt-d that on June . lnei. tlio reornanua tlon committeo wit) authorize third vernti to ubaerlbe to the new company not taken by kloukholder lu the present eomnieny. Jolt C. WAI'mi.V. THOMAS' II I'KKKlNit, WILLIAM HAKl protective Committee. SS Devonshire street, H.xjlon, Msss. MINING. Mtoeka houroa June Allouei Arnold , Atlant' i UoMton ind Montana Butte & Uoaum , Calumet and tiecla Centennial Copper Falls rrankUn Kearsarge Osoeola Qulncy wulncy script Old Uomlnlon tamarack Tamarack script Tamarack Junior Tecumseb Woirnrlne Pioneer We reed aiu 11 .v ki i:i :i 14 The Atlantic. In the year 18D." th Atlantic copi-er mininit company earned a net profit of I113.2HG ou 10 cents for copper, that price being its average ret ei veil ou4.M.52, 497 pound. Tie profit lut year weut into the new ttarop mill, railroad nnd conutruction. Thin new plant i fiiiif.lieii, the company haa removed itn oerntioun to a new location, the new mill i large enough not only to provide fiir nrcwet needs, but for all popnible increane in pro duction uud the company i about r-ady to renumedividendn. It hud ?1.0, H7? nurpluH nearly $4 tier hare Janu ary 1, IS'jo. What the higher price of copper means to th Atlantic is plain. On 10 cents average laft year it earned the equivalent of nearly $.' pcrbure; copper is now 11 cents; u last year's product that difference i,f a cent means anoth-r f 1 per phare. IVobablythe At lantic will resume dividends with a $2 payment. However, as to a dividend in July, the matter has not been considered even, as yet. We have thought it much more likely that f'J would be paid in February next than that 1 would be paid in July and another $1 in I Vbruury. Considering the utate of the market for the metal thus f,ir this year, the Atlantic can show 2 earned in the first six months of 18'JO. Atlantic copper is pro duced, treated and marketed at H' ceiits per pound on last year's basis. The mine apparently is good for $' per t-hate easily on 10 cents average receipts for copper, and ench ceut added to the aver age means another dollar or better. ftoston Trunscrijit. The Wolverine. Messrs Corey JL Co., of Itoston, state that their correspondent nt the Lake writes: The Wolverine is in tine shape, and making mon-y. It could easily double its product if it had sullicient stamping facilities, as the mine it rich under ground." The Nkwh, from what it hears, fully be lieves that the mine is looking well, but it certainly cannot be expected to do any great things for its shareholders until more stamping facilities are obtained. and which, we believe, the management now has under consideration. There will be very little difficulty in erecting another head of stamps, but that would do very little good unless the upply of water was increased. I!ut this could be very raspy olitained by erecting a pump on the bank of the Trap Kock river and laying a pi from thence to the mill, which is Dot so very far distant. Tne management has. we understand, Home idea of uhing the Allouei ntainp mill. To do this, the track would have to bts continued from the Albiuez to the Wolverint rock house, which might not in itself bi a very expensive job; but. after this is done, there would be the expense of running two establishments unless the Allouei could do all the stamping. lint if this were attempted, the supply of water at the Allouei mill would prob ably, as it baa in the past. fail. .Such being the case, it looks as if the cheapest way certainly la the long run would be to add another head to the present out fit, pumping the water from t lie Tin p Hock. This cannot be such a difficult or expensive work, and would, we bclitve, be the best Investment in the long run for the shareholders, who cannot expect roach benefit from their mine until they add to the stamping facilities, or the rock becomes very much richer than it is. Special lot of tea and coffee ot at Juw price ai carnon iiaraware t o. Mr. Gust av II fen hwab i president of tho (ieriunu society of New York city and i tlienfmv in touch with German ttiid('cruinu-Americauin this country. lWing also a proruiueut but iness man, lie is familiar with the viewi of Germans on the financial question. In an interview on May 14 he said: I am couviuml from my knowledge of uiy German-American fellow eiti. letw und their ways of thinking that the vast majority of them in the cumiug political contest vill entirely disregard party ties uiul will vote for that party which declares for tho maintenances j-uud a possibility of doubt, of the gold standard of value, aud that they will not give their suffrage to any candidate who may be suspected of a leaning to ward free silver coinage or toward any compromise with the silver people. They consider that the paramount question before the country at present in the integrity of our monetary system, and their votes will go to that party which they believe will uphold the country's fiiuuicial honor, regardless of wnat tneir views may i ou other polit ical question. Previous experience ha shown that German voters on question! relating to or affecting the standard of value have always stood for common honesty, and that they have uniformly opposed all forms of financial heresy. When, 20 years ago, the pajicr money inflation question wa agitated in Mis souri, tho Germans of that state were arrayed on the side of sound money. The Germans of Illinois are on record a always having Ixvn on the right side of the money question, and as never naving inn n leu astray by cheap mouey propaganda at any time. A German business man, cashier of a largo bank in Chicago, who has a wide acnnaiiit.inr with the small bankers and merchants throughout the west, tells me that he has had occasion to hear expressions from his German countrymen for years past ou the question of a monetary standard, aud that he has never yet found one who wa not in favor of the gold standard and opposed to the free coinage of silver. His opinion is that the German citi zens of Illinois are unanimously opposed to any impairment cf the present gold standard. It is a fact, universally known, that tho sound money victory in Ohio in the gubernatorial campaign of 1875, in which Rutherford R Hares ran on a Republican hard money platform against William Allen on a Democratic paper money inflation platform, was uue to tne nriu stand taken by the Ger m:uis, who, disregarding party lines, turned the scab iu the election in favor of honest money. This fact was conced ed at the time by the Republican press of the state, and the Democratic ciuidi date voicttl the s nt intents of his party leader when he gave utterance to hi lacerate! fi cling afte r the election by exclaiming, "The Dutch ared d un reliable. " The ( Jerman voters are cer tainly not to lie relied upon when they are asked m prostitute the country's financial h- n r at their party's bidding. In the Mato of Wiscunsiu the Germans have taken the same united stand in favor cf si. und money, and the same may uo saut ol Michigan, Iowa and Minnesota. The entire Gi rnian newspaper press in this ci uisfrv. with U 'W exce liliimn ia emphatically for soui.tl money, as it lias N-en in the p;ist, and can t? depended upon to pronounce in favor of the main tenance of the present standard of value and for the party that represent this principle, regardless of previous party affiliations. Several important German Democratic pajiers in the western states havo already tlmatened to bolt their ticket if a free silvtr plank should be adopted. A an indication of the gen eral sentiment of the German press I refer to the position taken by the largest Hid oldest German uewsparirr iu the south, The Demokrat of Louisville, in the last state election in Kentucky. Al though always Democrat io up to that time, this pajs-r bolted the Democratic ireo silver candidate aud urged the elec tion of the Republican sound money can didate for governor. The iniiM.rtance cf the German vote will be apparent when the numerical strength of the German-American popu lation in the pivotal states is consider ed. The returns of the census of 1K!0 show that the state of New York then contained 972,003 German-Americans, Ohio 541,407, Illinois GlfO.SSH, Penn sylvania 472,42:. Michigan 276,2.-8, Wisconsin 5."1,834, Minnesota 244. g:m' iowa 2(')0,OOy and Missouri 297,0'J.j. Whatever may be the decision of the national conventions on the money ques tion, this issue will bo fairly, squarely nnd most thoroughly placed before the German voter in the course of the cam paign, and as to tho nature of his re sponse I do not entertain any doubt. ay, "I think not quite so mm h, your grace," he il'ml the argument thus: "Ob. yes, it must be. I'm a panl jndgc of distance, and consider it certainly over five miles," The duke had come CD horseback, and w as much n leased when told that my father would wait upon him for a sitting at Apsley House, but ou doing so he was received bv the duke with. "Well, Mr. Leslie, didn't you find it a long way over five mill s, I am ure?" A few days later my fat In r chanml to mention this to Sir Kdwin LamNcer, w ho knew more of the duke than he did. Sir Edwin said: "It is notiseto differ with the duke. I once did alnmt some engraving of my own pictures with which he was havim? a room nanemL and ventured to suggest that, as many of them were valuable proofs they might 1k attached to the wall only by paste round tbe edges, so that at any iutnre time they could le removed without injury. Rut he cut me short at ouecwith: 'No, no, that would not do at all. What I do is this: I p t a man With a l t of strom; tuistc and a aj brush, and he pastes them all over the backs, and up they go at once, with no more lather about them. "-Temple 13ar. Reaching an rnriermtatulina;. What I want to knw, " lie begun after the chh f h ik had leen sent for and had jutivmI at the window, "i whetlur ihe money order d jioatnii nt is ojn nights?" "No, sir." "Not open ut 10 o'cloek at night, eh?" "No. sir." "Should I receive a mom y order from my brother in Ti.was at 10 o'clock ut night I could not g. t it cahd?" "No. ir. " "I would have to walk an und all night with that order in my jiockct, would 1?" "Not necessarily. Yon could cro to a hotel aud have it cadutl next morning." "I see. Tho idea is a god one. Kveu if the landlord did not know my broth er in Tawas it would mako no difference?" "I can't see how it would." "If I had a note from you, for in stance," p rsisted the inan."stating that I exis-ctcd a money order from my brother iu Tawa tomorrow night" "But you haven't a note from me." "And I won't get one?" "No. sir!" "And in case my brother in Tawa fail to scud me a money order I cannot deiend upon you?" "No, sir!" "For a note?" "No, sir!" "Nor the price ,f n Ud?" x "No, sir!" "Thanks I siv. I wanted to know, yon know, so there could be no mistake. Money order not to open nt 10, no note, no price of lied. Brother in Tawas Letter bring the money down himself. Good day." Detroit Free Press. A HOKIilllU: (.'lil ME. lEN'ONETU'MION OF IRON 2,200 YEAKS AGO. InralrulabU Loss to Msuklud Uuluous Kali ft 1'rtewk Kr' Coinage of Irou at IU to 1 Withtlold th Only liriurdy-lt Is K.utlrely lrartlrlU-Our lioveru lueut Caw lfci -tnythlnc -No Fet.r of a Itg- Iron 1UW-Would (ilTw l a High Prices and Wages and t'leuty of Money. Alexander I'. Hull f Atlanta i a stnuig 10 to 1 man. He doe not believe in half-way measures. The free coinage of silver idea is too tamo for him. Ho is willing to sec the silverites aud to go them 100 point sls-tter. Here are hi dec laration, proposition and argument: Having ls n deenlv imrressiHl bv the I arguments of Judge Crisp, Bryan, Stew r.rt. Jones and other silver leaders, and especially grieved, shocked and horrified bv the "awful crime of 1S7S" a so lurid ly depicted daily iu the columns of the Atlanta Constitution and other silver organs, I have chanptl my views on tho money question and am ready to main tain the proposition following in joiLt d bate or newsjiajsT controversy. I accept the arguments rf the ndvo cates of silver and agree with their rem edy a far as it goes. However, it doe not go far enough. Let us have plenty or remedy m fact, enough to mako debt and poverty things of the past relics of the dark ages. I am iu favor of the free and unlimited coinage of pig iron at a ratio of lt to 1 with AM MKT IIIMltH LOCAL. Johnson, the Jeweler. Johnson, the Kngraver, Agniti block, (io to John Dunntau's for wall puer. Oood family wod at J. Vivian. Jr., A Co.; $4 aror.l. New lot of spring wall paiK-r today at John DuustanV 1 LaUe Lluden Mage, Htage leaves Baril & Pcnrce'sli vervain ble every day at 8 a. m.. 10 a. ru. and 1 and 4 p. m. Stage leaves dreenshieMs' liTt-ry Ktnblc at 8 and 10 n. m. and 1 and 4 p. m. Baril A Peakck, C. (Jkeensiuki i'K, Proprietors. For Pedro score cards and markers. go to the News office. Forextru baby carriage paiasol in all colors, go to John Ihinston's Foil SiLKLot located on Main stm t. Laurium. Apply at Ntws office or ad dress, K. L. M., care of Ntws. Pmokere, II you nave failed to find a Slgar to suit you, to "Heimlich' Crown," the bent la the market. Wantku A good girl to do general housework. Must be able to seak l.'ng- lish. Apply at Carlton Hardware Co. Our lodge room can be rented for meetings ou Saturday evenings. Ritkht Ouion. Wanted: Io need of help, or want employment, or bav something they wtub to tell or eivbanire or ' have bouses to rant or wlah in rant h.mti. , advertise In the Want Column of the Rvcnixo sniws. no tetter mean can to bad to DM your wants WANT COLUMN. A it.crtluin.nl. I...I.J ki. i j Inserted at the rate of OMK CENT awordeacb iiiMirt it in. m 11 ur.ri Mrfl.ni iib.n wm ... loaa w eenis. FOll MALIC. lDLL LOT-In the villa, of Red Jaokei V fsoin the 11. h 0. railroad. Apply at th Niwsofllo. THE VORACIOUS CARP. CleTer Kuses by Wlilcli It I. Ksterminat ing lllark lUu. The German carp is a vicious iih aft er a fashion, and the kind of brains it has i described by W. F. Meehan in The Fishing Gazette. Says Mr. Mhau: "One day in early June in ISO."! or 1891, in Montgomery county, Pa., I wa watching the spawning bed of black bass in Perkiomen creek from a bridge over head, when along ramn a numlr of large German carp. One made a ft int toward the nest, and when attacked by the black bass fled. While the bas wa in pursuit the remainder of tho carp darted in, and in a twinkling devour d the spawn in tho nest. I waded out to tno nasa nest later and found scarcely an egg in it. I Mas told afterward of a similar case in the same stream. " The Pennsylvania rejiort of the state commissioners of fisheries says that "there are few fishes more heartily an athematized by American anglers than tho carp. They fail to so a redeeming feature in the creature.and charge it with many bad ones, tho most serious of which is that it is a more inveterate spawn eater than the eel," and the an glers fear that it will in a few years practically exterminate all tho valuable food and game fishes despite the effort of the various fish commissioners. The carp furnishes the angler little or no sjiort, Wauso it refuses to take the ordinary lure offend. Its flesh ia not popular with American fish caters, ns it is in turojiean countries, where a cany a ivj, it was cultivated in An tria. It is not known exactly who first in troductdcurp into American waters, nor exactly wnen it wa clone, but Mr. Poffe, a Calif ornian. some timo 1 for ifi?n is believed to have been the man. Ho is regarded in much the same light a. the introducer cf the English sparrow into the United States, and tho misguided men who turned English rabbit on to -usirana. TMt' IRON DUKE. rr.lllngton and III. Ways as 8u by Twe CnglJnh Artists. When engaged on the two pictures, "The Queen Receiving tho Sacrament" sal "Tho Christening at i)i Prlni Royal, " much of my father's time aud money were rpent in taking them from ono nobleman's house to another to ob tain sittings, bnt often to find, after making an appointment with a duke or a lord, first that ho Will rncrn.Trl after waiting fur hours that he regretted not then U ing able to we Mr. Leslie, but would I- at his service on the fol lowing day. The Iron Duke was an ex ception, and the day after he received a noto from my father I saw a white hair ed elderly gentleman walk tip the short gravel path and steep steps of our little Villa, und shading his re tV,. t,A sun take a rapid survey of tho front gar dn as lie stood on tho srejis, and how, when aFnidll maidservant answered his knock ami question, "I this Mr. Les lie?" with "Yes. sir. Wl.nt please?" his reply in a very clear, loud voice,-"The Dook of Wellington." near ly made the girl drop win re she stood, and not only brt.nght my father, palette and brushes in hand, to her rescue, but many head out of the npisr w indow of the adjoining villa. Then, before going indoors, he in formed my father and all the neighbor! in tho samo loud tone that tho distance uetween Apsley I rouse and ours was "five mih as" repeating it more than csicc. and when my father ventured to Mportnmru's Notebooks. Nearly every snurtstimn L-wr.a book, iu which are recorded dates, places um aiiios, sizes, conditions and so on oi tne game or fish he does or does not take. Such a man. whin lm toll act,-... big, little or odd. can clinch it by refer ring to his lsM.k. Every naturalist finds t inqs rat ive to note every detail of his observations, and at the cud of ten years eiu- ne nn.is a satisfaction in look ing over hi notes which is worth the trouble ten times over. Tlirw who have notes, dating back over GO J""" "'en wonm be a mine of wtulth for writers on natural hisrr.rv r .. carried scales in the woods with him for years ana weighed piece by piece the moose and other big game that he kill ed, noting it down carefully, so that now, after a long hunting life, he can give tho average weight of any w ild animals with which he ia familiar. New York Snn. Two Lives nifra. Mrs. Pbir-be Thomas, of Junction Citv. 111., was told by her doctors she had con sumption and that there was no hopefor her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she ays it saved her life. Mr. Thomas Eg gers, 1.19 Florida atreet, Snn Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approach ing consumption, tried without result everything else, then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks was cured. He is naturally thank ful. It ia auch results, of which these are sample, that prove the wondeiful effi cacy of thla medicine in coughs and colds Free trial bottlea at D. T. Macdonald'a drag store; regular aite, CO cents and $1. gold by tho United Sfatts alone, in- deM'i(leuty of all nations, und can prove by the lst authority obtainable that such a policy ou the paitof the United State's will "raise prices," "put plenty of laoiuy in circulation" and give the "liniest debtor a chance to py nis ubts, tlierttiy making the whole country prtwpcroiis. Now, in the- first place, it may be tirge et l y some "whei tlo not untie rstaiul tho subjee t of standard of Value" that a free coinage net for iron woulfl not raise its prie e to a ratio of 1(5 to 1 with golel. To them I reply that "the stamp of tli is governme lit" and the "le'gal ten der qualities" eif the iron dollar would instantly make the bullion valuo of pig lnu the same ns the mint value. "F' r who woulel nart with an ounce' tf tin previous metal fi r anything h's than tno mint value; (Stewart, .ones aud Bryan. ) Again, it may ! urged tliut our UlilltS Would la-ove rcroweleel with p'g iron. I reply "that the? price-of pig iron having In-eii raise -el fn mtT.uOatou toaratioe.f 10 to 1 with gold the wt:rld tivcr no one wemM especially cure to carry it to the mints, since the mint prico coulel le ohtaiue d anywhere iu thei oien market" ( Atlanta CeuiM itutioii 1. Next, it may U- iu-gel that gold and silver woulel go out e f ciivulatie n. I reply, first, "This i a mere assump tion (f the tools i f the money jxiwer which they cannot verify" (Atlanta Constitution); second, "Supiniso gold and silver do go out ef circulation, is there not ple-ntv of nig iron to. take their place nnl give the jHple plenty eif niemey;-" (Bryan), and, thirel, "Such an assumption mixes the idea of cir culating medium and stamlard of val ue, that gold und silver woulel Hill l potential money metid, though not in circulation, uud would leiul their help toward raising prie-es ami causing general proverity" (Crisp). Then, again, it may bo urged against the pig iron standard of value that wage s wemld not rise' in proportion to prices. The reply is, "Wages would K) compclle'el to rise', since uo man would be fool enough te work for $1 u diy who could mako 1 . 000 ix r il:iv picking up rusty nail and old he.rseshoe'S and carrying them teitho mint for coin age" (Huil). In addition it may he urged by tho money jxiwer, by tho "Wall street sharks" und tho "Bondsti-ectbhylocks" that we could not ulemo go on a pig iron biusis without un international agree ment. "To Mich dastards as dam tt lay a limit to tho jmwer of tho American people to de what they please, independ ently of all nations, I hurl their cow ardiceuud lack 'of patriotism back ia their fae-es" ( Bryan). The "crime" of de 'monetizing pig iron took phro nbout 2,200 years ago, wheu ceriain ' Vohl-dators" and "silverites," in order t inomiM'the purchasing pew cr of the ir ill gotten wealth, see-re tlv and "like thieves in tho night" gut tho demone tization net passexl repe aling tin giKsl edd free coinage act of Lycmgus, "tho frie'ud of our auerestoi-s' daddies." "Telay China i tho only country on earth honest enough to Coin ireni, and there tho happy laborer can carry he.nie tho wages of his honest tt.il in a whee 1 barrow" (Atlanta Constitution). A ruinou fall in prices followed the demonetization of ire.n and ha contin ued feir upward of 2,000 yearn. I have calculated tho losse s cntailcel upon thee honest pe-ople of this world by that ruth less act, but tho figures are so enormous I fear a revolution will tnnio if the peo ple loam how greatly they have Won robbed. But facts aw facts, uuel the best way to right a wrong i u meet it squarely. "That le ss is $21,000,000, 0 0 0, 0 0 0, 0 0 0,000,000, 000, 000, 000" (Uejin's l inane-ial Se hool). In conclusion I insist that the free coinage of pig ire m will elo every thing that is claimcel for silver ami infinitely more. The is-e-plowill la- rich and pre s Itfrous. The once p or muii can pay lm: de bts with hi edl stove. Railn ad can declare dividend! on e.ld rail an.l worn out rolling stick. The small Imy can pick up old nails and hnrse nhiiu,,,.,-.,!, to supis.rt hi family. i fj0( p,JV(), tJ. mm ueui euil no longer CXlSt I Tha People, Not the Polltlrlsn Will W In. Ihe .Journal ha always stel ft SOUIlel llU lieyund ciliten.l(.,l tl,.. .i nult of the discussion would bo tho hi ump , oi mat elect rine. It ,lid n..t d. this lu the spirit of tre.nhey r i. canso it wa convinevd that the Uno, -a jn-o,,,,. , n,,i ,,rilt? t,1(,1M Iioothe'rcoiielusioii. Tl ll tWilir w. I...... ... . nan pulate and make a gr, M .,MWj,J Mi the fre. silver side, but when 0I1 W hen tho question is jue-se nte-d to thn-, there is but one ,m,lt s.ssiblc.-Mi waukee Journal. (Io to the Citv Bakerv' r your Hue pas trie's. Angel food, fruit "cake always on hand. Cream puffs Fridays and Sntur- fays. Iiht Ou the I'Dtb lust., a larue srueoth red cow without horn. Leiite won! about the riime with John B Sloan, 1110 I lee la. V r'ir'.JII Si M lm n tun . m m a 111 a " :LX il l IT 1 0r5 To I.kt The steiri', end room lie-hind. opposite Ryan's htore, at present occu pied by Richard James. Apply to .V4ex Macdonald, on the premise's. vaxtei A woman for general houses work. .Must be a good ceeik, neat and orderly. No washing or ironing. .p. ply nt 1107 Calumet street, between 10 aud 11 a. m. Waxtkh By a non-resident manufac turing house, a gooel sa!csman tei can vass citv nnd couutry trade in this sec tion. Reference required. Apply by let ter to ., care of Nkws otfie. One minute is the standard time, and Oue Minute Cough Cure is the standard preparation for every form of cough or cold. It is tho only harmless retncely that proelue'es immediate results. E.e;i.K Bm ei Stoiik, Headquarters for Portage Lake nud Lake Sujrerior ice company nt Slattery V ll?an's livery olfice. Telephone and order book at ofli 'e. Orders promptly attended to. Jamks Ali.kx, Manager. FhuSai.k Chkai' Furniture of a su perior quality; the rem tents of 13 ve reituns. Must be sold ut once ns theow ner is lenv ing for the old country. Apply to J. II. Ilendra, No. 20, last street behind Tama rack store. Mrs. R. De Young, Middle-burg, Iowh, writes: "I haye used One Minute Cemgh Cure for six years, both for mvself nrri children, and I cemsidtr it the quickest acting nnd most satisfactory Cough Cure I have ever used." Eaulk Dio n K iv.-m- Vis J The name of tne EMey Is a henisthold worel with leivcrs eif musji!. As lor tone ami durability, it is a guaranteed fact that the Estey hus won its wide-world reputation iu this particular feature. The achieveme nts in teme reached i the most artistic being ofn pure ami sym pathetic quality. Together with the above, Mr. GIanille will also thow you one of those Estev or gans that vou bavehenrdsomuch about. Call at his place on Main street, o; poeite Bee Hive shoe store, and he will be pleased to t-how you the particular poiuts abeiut these instruments. Six months instruc tion free with sale of every instrument. Jamks Ci.axvim.i:, Prop V. City Dye Works. "Let thy etiesr be us tliy 'iiri-elTordmliee." MIAKtSI'CAUK. Wbo Can't Afford t& Bay at These Prices. ..Silks.. Direct from France feir Ladies' Dresse and Basques. Tr SliHilei i.f mi PI. ........ ti.w. ... . . . UMtvr'i-H1 illttitUlul 'H-a.led silkHt i MiMUes of a 1'ure French Silk at ft ."mi A neleiriint line ,.f Illaek Hlks, 22 Inches, at f l.i in-r yard. ' Idi.lieH. M-e tl,.,K,. p.ntn.,1,.,, for your. -Ive s .m. em, l.ave sny U nU ,e..ire.i i a'fCw It. OATKN, Tailor. i.fi'.n.riW'' !,uv.''- "lx ,HVn' Hl,,ls- tHltor-niM.le. Ie;ft e.n tiH.i.l f.IIH ,,ri.s-. fr.., ,, t V'.V our ehnlee for I0 :.. sj.: .-,4, V.'. t'.' - i" 1 ill-PI Illl'lfUIC r.u3I:x CAPITAL Surplu.adundirideclp, w,L,!',wwTh. ONIVri. - Nt, r i. CHAULK8 BHI0CJS K- H. OSBOKN t H.M.COLTON. Vicp"'" ; ,.,u,t Mivnt- it 11101 national BanT ru..o..i NiirIn,, . . ; 0o(00o Four IVr , IVp i-leo.a H KI'WAIt!) IIVav JOHNS liYMexV. ; l'Htolh " Will H " at An MM l'KK(l;NT orricxasi JOSEi'ii H(iMi 0HAULE.S SMITU.'; ' - ''"fiDtw John K. Jo.NKS siCBr, iwounuofi!ld,'r'1rl;,,1; Cmtu rHirntleinssoliolied. ' flrm.nl 00,. nieb. IteuMleaii ( onveiil Ion hi Nt. Luiilne Jlouday, June IU. The C, M. i St. P. railroad will sell round trip tickets at one lowest ru. class regular lare for round trip. Tick- etsonenleJunel.'J, 14 nnd !.", gond tee return until June Ul. PLANTS ! Beautiful Flowering Plants. For Male. A well-built house on Eighth street, at present occupied by Capt. J. F. D. Smith, The bouse contains all the latest t.Iunih! ing Improvements, with cement cellar, Coin at Six fnr R 1 etc. and has be en laid o,,f 1-,-. 1... ' '"k OIX Tr t I .... null- pnncy of two families. Apply tei.I. 1). Cuddiby, at Ryan's tere. Call ariel e;et v.inr .!..;.. l...f .1 ... all ge. J To the 1'ublie. Any person desiring to take ice feir the ce.ming seasem will do well to call on John M.MessnerA: Son, the famous -e eieaiers, nnd makearrangements for vour supply. Ice suitable for any purpose. wreiersoy telephone promptly delivered. J. M. Mks.sxkh ti s,)V Pine Street. A Household Treasure. I). W. Fuller, of Cannjohnrie, N. Y. fays that he alvvavs t.n- n !.'!... New Discovery in the house, onelhis fam- u uns aiwaysfound the very be st result follow its use; that he would not be ith- out it. procurable. (!. A. Dvkeman, Iruggist, Catskiil, N. Y., says that Dr. King a New Discovery isundembtedlvthe Y?) i-ougn remedy; that he bas usc.l it in Lis 1 family for eight years, ond it has nev- vr.ai.eeitoaoallthntis claimed for it . " ,DOtriry ft remw,y HO ,OD tried anei tested, Trial bottles Irw.in t . donuld's drug More; regular L So" ems una f 1. Boiman Four rP ,,, o t!MOep".uVA,,N orriciR; WILLIAM UAKHy l'KTKIi UUl'l'S .-PittiBWT William o-oNrHiN " pRMu,n "" 111 CiUHIIi 'nsuranceT F. A. Douglass, Agenoy. Fire, Marine, Life, Accident, Plato Class, Steam Bollor Security. 25LeadingCompanies KngUsh and American. $100,000,000 OF CAPITAL . W. H. Faucett, Lexial BeoreMDUtlTt Hoom Boro Hlooit. Bruce Maclre 3D. D. S., Dental Office. Over Star Clothing Store. OPFIPR imnua-i lu. ... snd 7 to R nrnnmrs THE A Sure Cure RED CR0SS FOR RHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. Must .wi 1W Jrrni0f, Vfft It may I- in 11, if criui 1.... .1... 1 mans will i(V ,i -4.i..,iJ . .V": roi... i,, the :.' ,":,r;"'' the wist the p.e,MMi,r.1nce.,f , riI. ... "iineiit Is Mound. ff .1 " " With ,1 f. nii,n V()tftf w itiflij tliat vote will not be lost- hr Californra? wmA 1 v , ISMsW s- . . a r - m 1 VII A Jm ;ftr 1 "."'i vicinity US tllev harn Ir. . pari or rahfornia. ' It Is Nearer Home. We can see ahar u ... out navlno- il,- rn"1 " . itti. of lnd X . 1 Mere easv r. . V 1 niH ,nD" ho el on d-7 P;&,". f' rs.ons every TuZ ' eiiijuire 01 R. V. Simmons, Near the Depot. lied Jarler n.... One Heading n:i.r.... . "isrjvNrui.lN ACtsssorWATEftMoi-a an0 N.0ht; PRf PARED ONLY Gr marquttcmIch. A ELECTRIC NATURAL MEDICINAL WATER Contains fnoolfles for slinont every diewas that flehh la tielr to. I THE GREAT HEALTH RESTOBEB. If It Helps Others, It Will Help YOU. The stremxoNt sni best Natural Medicinal ....... miiriu,!!!! Wlill'll, Wlll-U earlronate-el, makes a most rt-freablng drink- Exci.i'sivi Agent in ini Goiter Cocktst: J ON IC I'll J A MEN Red Jacket HIcIm Kreitn whom testlnionlali can be bad. TIIIMSPACKIft HRNERVEDBTTIIK Calumet and Heela Mining Company. ITS JCTIPLOVJCEM UL..I.L . . ...I.L... . . V . . k.HUll t uu wibu hi sen meir nouses, or auj who wish to rout rooms and tboss who Uft rwnis to ren ara invitM to mtstwsw without an vexpansa SOLI) HY D T. MACDONALD and SODERGREN 1 SODERGREN. m-nr m ie Tor i.vfl. noin-e no. , liMrn, on county nil. Hsynil'suiKJWD. -n quire at Iiounv or ef the) emioy. I'or Hale-noimo Xo. 157J Uks Linden enne, corner ItMilronil stre-e-t. Ten iwinit Knijulro of the e-onipmiy. For Ml- i,ie No. m, nerth of e) Apply st Mine olliee. Kr Nalelol,(M No. 3101, SwriMojii Knulre st Joseph Hotllch's steir. lU-d Jacaeu For ale-l)i.utlc lleiuse, No. Ml 4 nd UO, runun Jioekiniin uln-e-U Apply em io" r,v-Im-s or tho eomiiMiiy. For ali-)ufc No, a2(3, Rweeletown. I eju iron t the house. For Male-lfeue No. 3141: nix rooms and SltllHteilln Nvnli.lnan Aniil IO .'SlU01 ami llecla inlnliiMT ceimpsny. Far Malr-llouMiNo. 3es. small bous tietaeen ll. A V. raUreisit and ieeeila na nesriheOm-eolMinino. Kiujulrs st toe """ or tho ooinpany. For Wale-House No. 241. B trei. liauliown. Apply on thepreinlHWortbsooni psiiy. For aU-!loue No. 4231 Ye' low Jc Apply on the pre en lues or to ibe nipny- For Holswiinuse No. 4ej 0 tw1. RfJfT' lis ii I town; suitable for two famllKW. formation enquire si th house. For Stale-IliMioe No. 8130 Tunnel tre. weeleteiwn. Apply on the premlse For Nale-A eooI slt-room 2?onU Isro barn. Apply at I4efl U itreet. Boot I let-1 a. For Hal-Porrn-rooni house: V a. jng, . Tunnel atroct, Swedotown. Apt" w Btppala.