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LAKE HICHICAH & LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATIOH CO.
The Great Steamship, Portage Late Hews AWITOU Rev. Nikander Says a row Words About ThAfirevhound of the Great .LakfiR the Protest. ..-ill rt.ath Portage Lake 03 11 special ami personally conducted excursion trip ou WEDNbdUAY, uuwt A I 7 A. ra. naii.. i,y ti . iiv. n. kui at opportunity for Rates Very Low. Sorvlce Unoqualed. Don't ftil to inspect tiiismn nincent nliip upon her arrival. For particular inquire of HANCOCK, MICHIGAN. 4nlumrt Jlan Inttnded lo Tke Til Itut fr'oruot Ilia lorUrt. Itouk Oiht-r Nfwi. McGLYNN BROS.. CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS 0 all Mnd o! brick and "tone work. Price on application. HANCOCK MICH. Mothers something they wish to fell or eionannu or nave llOUiei to rent or wllh tn rant hiiiimn tn advertise In the Waat Uolumn of the Evcnimo niWH. No better means can be had to Oil rour wants Like to wi' their boy clothed in the lntst and uwiU-at styles. The News representative called on Rev. . .. . Air. .Mnanuer. Pastor 01 t lie rinnish "-Persons who are I church of Hancock. Snturdnv. to Inter lined of belD. or want mDloTuint. or have viw com-crning the preterit signed iLi . i . ... ..... . . I t .11.... tl l .1 I.. !'!.! u'-r. .11, iivi, priuicu lit i ruin rvcu- ingsNKws. .Vither Mr. Nikander nor his nHriiritant appeared very much pur turbedover the protect, and explained that the source from which it came 1.1 ,...1. if r.t ..II .1 1 it A ir. tl.n n.l.wlu ,.l jfcTCtr3 H-y 9T 1 H ! those understanding the circumstances. .Mr. kivi h notation iri one 01 a deserter from and a general kicker against the I inuiHU l.vnngclicnl Lutheran Church 01 America, otherwise known (for conveni ence) an the Suotni Synod. Thin synod wun oriranizcd March 25. 1KU0. and is the original orgnuizution of Finnish fhurchcM iu America. It in thin synod Fathers Like to see their boys becomingly clothed at the lowest possible cost. Both Of theseoxtrctnesmeet in the most perfect manner in the Roys' Department of Rich unison's Clothing store, near the Post office Hancock. B. 11- TIMi:-TAltI,lS. PaseiiEr Trains es M. H. H. B. In Effect Decern! e 29. 15 . . t At nm pm an ,.5.ip5.,5.;:..ktij.ok,i f- 7.51 U M V( Laurium H..4 !.- .. Pan 1 tUatlT cueyt Sunday. hmw Trains os H. & C. R. t In Effect December '. 1'5- THE MICHIGAN HOUSE. Corru-r of Oak and Hlxth Streets, IteU Jacket. Lot St and 24, Mock 13, Calumet, known as lud uin.Ufll'iii n-ti vjii ua.u ui.i.iiii limy. lots 1 and 2, block 9, Taniaruck City. Almtracts of Title furrMied. fur nnn-rettidrnts. 4ltKKHrOMK. K NOI.ICITF.lt. .1. A. Nil Kim AN, Kooui S.Mtrohel Hid., Houghton, .tllrli. AIho Improved anl unlmprovoil rarm Lands I ... v for ale and to leane. A laiyo lot f Timbered w hich hun iu conterinlatiou the found'iDC Landit, in tills and adjoining county, for ealo. I , . in n i.i. ! iax s pain 1 i'.fHt .,,i,u,,i ttiiH Hvnmi. tint renoiined in it hut a year. Siixe this time. Hay Mr. Nikander and other leading Finn here, Kivi hnn etuleavorrd to make all tue troiiMe for the parent organization that he coiiM Thejinnual r.vuodical meetinir held at ir.1lumctnppoi11t.edu Rencral committee on the organization of the college. ari (tin nub -eoinmittet h are working out the I cud in view in nil partn of the United Static .Mt'HKTH. Andrew .lohnHon, 0car LarHon, and .lonrph Uiippa were chonen to meet the Hancock liiiMbet-H Men'a Ah- Hociation. It wan .Mr. Uiippa, not Mr. Nikander, that nr. rented the caune of the hchool to Haneock'ri l)iiHinenn men. It wan a mirttake in the News report that attributed thirt to the latter. However, Mr. Nikatuh r extinHCo himw If as fully in mcord with ail reprew ntationu made by Mr. Itiippn bf.r- If trrui riAVP tailed to find a I "Mr I.'i. ! " ii.i.l Mr . ibnnr1rr. "renre iyrar to ult you, try "JJelmllch'it L -ntHhimHtlf an secretary t f thecynodical convention belli m 'tiicHe anys intaiu i ui;r iu nimas mt iiH. .lohliMH). the Jeweler. JohiiHon. the Knirrnver. Airnitz block. rurninh your hoiiHe for ?'!." at ( late MM-ond hand furniture Ktore by the d. pot. l'oit Sai.k HoUbC and lot. located on Lake Linden avenue. Apply to Frank Donovan, Vivian'n rtore. Fou Salk Lot located di Main Htrcct. Laurium. Apply at Nkws ollice or drenn, F. L. M.. care of Nkws. The entertainment tn m trlvan nn Pri. da V eveiilnir fit (irrmAnk Hull hv th W ' . Ml III , . m uuiau Auxiliary win conaiMi 01 a nice musical tirourram and the lRncrhntil. fre farce entitled "Larkin' Love Letter." The musical part of the program will be IurnlHUe I bv Mma Nettie XI. tiardner. .Mr. and Mru. F.W. NichoUandteveral others who will be mentioned later. A rich treat in in ittore (or those who attend. Ticket are Bellini: for 33 cent, which includes a rewrved Heat, and can be secured at the atwociation building. General admintion 25 cents. The Ilouchton base ball club wioed the earth with the Ontonagons Sunday at the latter' own town. The score was 23 to 9. Further facts would be but details of a daughter. Healy and Haas attended to Houghton's battery work. The trip over on the Valerie was a most eniova- ble one and a most congenial crowdjwas aboard. The party "were honpitably taken care of in the Diamond Match com pany town and all are enthusiastic oyer the trip. U. Allen, a tailor doing business on the corner of Hancock and Ravine stret, met with a severe accident Sunday morning. He attempted to board the Mineral Range tram juBt leaving for Calumet at the foot of Ravine street. He caught at the hand rail o! the rear platform and was thrown clear of the train, but on the trestle on which the railroad here crosses Ravine street. The fall broke Mr. Allen's thigh bone and bruised him considerably besides. The case of Parker and Milliken vs the (iuincy mining company in the United States court has been discontinued by the plaintiffs upon the filing of the de fendant's answer to the bill of complaint by its attorneys, Dunstan and llan- cbette. It will be remembered that the plaintiffs sought to restrain the mining company from paying dividends, as they alleged, out of moneys received from the scrip. In accordance with the decree of the circuit court now sustained by the su preme court, the property of the Fonttac and Mesnard mining companies will be sold at public auction at the front door of the court house, July 27, 1890. by the receiver, C. D. Shelden. These properties include valuable ' lake frontage on Torch Lake, and it is this fact that has induced the long fight against the sale. amp 7.4!i 12 m p in Lv 1 ft.un.... 7.17 12 17 8.02 ... 7.50 12 2 H.OS.... 7.VS 15 r. 6.10.... 1.14 12 ai fi.iw ... h oi i:i7 R.22.... I.2A 12 M 6.40 ... ViO 1.10 5M.... a m p in p ra At n m n ill Lake Lino....8 2a2 Lin wood 8.1H 2 23 9.N iB LlXnden -5 K . .MlHi H. 10 1.2H 9.4R . Wocxialrt g.M HI .IH.llar liny V. 1 w S ..HanoocK 7.4 J 9.1J . Houston 7.60 1.40 .0? It v a P "i ' " Crow n," the bent lu the market. (lo to the City Raker v' r your flui pa tnen. Angel food, fruit cake aiwajrfoa hand, ('n-ani puff Fridays and riaf.ir- daH. Men's fine black clay worsted suits, double breasted, square cut and round cut. at .'.). Light color men's suits, straight comers, at at R. Neimark's, in Rorgo's Mock. lVrsons who have a toughing spell everv night, on account of a tickling sen sation in the throat, may overcome it at once bv n doe of One Minute! outb I ure. Faouc Imu'o Stokf. IUy. tPallt except Huntat. B,S.S.liA.R.R Time Ta."ble: In effect April 27. 18t. TRAINS LEAVE HOUGHTON For Detrolt.the east and tbo Oii?elr- For Chicago and Marquette 3-ft 111 TUAINS AKU1VR HOUGHTON From Marnuotte, Chlcano and tlie m k'r.,m lw. troll and the eat ' - V- ". ltally. tDally except Sunday. For tickets, time table and other Informa tion appiy to '-g ;u,k",a Mien. CMcago w Of rKltNDSHlP. 1 winter's fiva, dark, v,)d and oumfortlrHst tty fouling eat h thn spirit of thu nlKlit; Nor ran a chm rful flrv's wariutb and Wuht iMnfl forel)dlii thouphU and rv!lonhe. "fU at sueh time drawl vinioiisrroN our niw'lit, Vnwfliin phantom, shaduwliks, aiijM'ur, huppiani uuie s propnecy wun iuii i ar, 1'ru.L. .nil i.u-k our iiilmii'liiil 1 iiliirht. nut, or a BU(H1U, Illy hinxi ith ihi in nerr , iii niiuta trnfora thn buii thi'M. deiiuiua Co. What matter wltr' cold and nkii s alvt My heart Is full if hspplnoM and clieeri U.w.K Mlfk Ir.iialtli.m thmw ali.llH run kllllW Who drink souldwpof friendship and ltn lovo. Walter frauds KenrlcK m tumHiu Journal. A BEAUTIFUL MAN. Highest of all in Leavening Tower. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. BOLUJITEILV PURE fur Hale. A well built house on Light h street, nt preKiit occupied by Capt. J. 1-. I. Smith. The house contains oil the latest plumu- inir improvements, with cement cellar, etc.. and ban been laid out lor the occu t.ancv f two families. Apply to.I. l 'nddiby, at Ryan's store. met. "h:it convention tnls couia have been," continued the reverend gen tleman. "1 do not know, certainly not that of the Finnish Lvangelical Lutheran Church of America, whose delegates were present from all over the I uited States. lYrhnps some little gathering of mal contents in n little room like this," indi cating his own study. "Mr. Kivi speaks of the establishment of a school after the consolidation of the Finnish congre gations of Calumet, evidently meaning when his opiuions prevail. That, said Mr. Nikander, "would certainly be a case of the tail wagging the dog. I am very sorry," he continued, "that this 'protest' appeared, but ns it has I wish to say that its author is wholly irresponsible, and what he sas will carry no weight w ith the Finlanders of this community, for they know him." The Nkws hna seen a number of the loading Finnish gentlemen in this com munity, aud all of them characterize the Rev. Kivi aB a general mischief-maker, aud indorse all Mr. Nikander related of him and the contingent which he took out of the church with him in 18D1. The committee in charge ofthoeetab Reference is made to tho "ad" in this issue of the excursion to Duluth on the palatial steamer, Manitou, of the L. M. & L. S. transportation line. The trip will consume from Wednesday noon to Friday morning, and it will be taken in by quite a number of copper country peo ple. An excursion may be arranged to Marquette, with return by rail. Rev. J. E. Reilly was unable to occupy hia pupit yesterday and Dr. I. M. Rhodes read a sermon bv Dr. Taylor, delivered before the graduating clasa of the ew York University. In the evening Mr. A. . Mocdonald read Dr. Hillis' sermon recent ly delivered at Central Music Hall, Chi cago, on "The Bicycle andJSunday." It was highly interesting. H. R. Ely, of Westfield, Mass., and Mr. Peck, a step son of E. J. Hulbert, have been here for several days looking up cer tain pieces of land in the neighborhood of the Calumet and ilecla, to which title, in Mr. Hulbert, may be established. L,aU Lluden Mage St mff leaves Raril X lVaree'sliverystn u.. everv biv nt n. in.. 10 a. m. and 1 . . I... ...... t,.l'liir,a TJJmTm , a 1 . m. ..,1 1 and t "' liyery stai.irui ,, i n short t me. and will proceed tc 4 j, ,, 1JARIL. X 1 .a ill r., Jamkh Mrl'MliK, Proprietors antee m HU fanl Itallrwad. LIKE SDPERIOR DIVISION '.'t.f. To tlie rn bile. Any iH-rson desiring to take ice for tho piiminir season will do well to can ui John M. Messner & Son. the famous ice dealers, and make arrangements for your u,,r.1v. lee suitable lor nnv purpose. Orders by telcptioue promptly delivered. J. M. Mkssnku iV ix, 4(il Pine Stm t. The 4IIV IMP Work. u'nHe-no.l work at this establish ,...nr nnd irive ireiieral satisfaction and have never had any goods returned fl .ulo.l ns some prominent works nine v.,rt ilf.ni. at the City dye worn w guaranteed, but should anything happen so that our customers wouai uoi insmn islied, we are ready to pay for the goods. Jamks til.vxvil.l i:, nop r, rW r 11 nT . fstwoa. ''sT "' ; M t,'rv--'v?,t L ; . ' ; Pta.-i'Tsl , i 1 'V i ,', ' Ki l L w A u k 1 1 P , '' ' j ': '( i i- ' 1 x is l.S; ::; B : SOLID TRAINS FAST TIMEI PULLMAN BUFFET CLtEKiNG CARS. All coupon agents on th Northern renin ula sr.ll tickeu via th Mllwaukr; North rn UK W K. TYLK. Oommericlal At. lieuiibllo, Mich. QIOROR H. IIKAKFOkH, . Oanaral I'assantar Art.. Ohlcato, tl., firm of IVter Debarnado & Co , hnvputores in the Italian Hall build ing, have just received 200 barreh of choicest wines from Los .ngeies ui. nia, and repectfully submits the following price-list to consumers Per Gallon. ...ft. ... 1" Per Pott In. 4a cents 4i) . ..VI . 1..VI . 1 .00 of the above Iu eonnec- Ciitnwhn wine M usealel IliirbHra tirlk'iiolion Claret Zrinfiiudel lierry IliiNiiltn Thev will also sell any i..an,i4 nt r. ei-nts Per glass .!.. .in. lne thev have the choicest r.Oto l per gallon, nndwhUies,froni?l.oOto?(. per gal- Ion. tie Work The Michigan dye works, with oflicc .i-..,b r.,.wnsi.ni.osite nynns sioie, R.mI .lacki t, i the only prominent dye i in n...enr.irr eountiy. "e " "u men's Miits nnd overcoats, ladies dresses, .n . ..nii r rhenite curtains, lac, i...L ii,ikl,.eannd bus. We can djc wool or cotton in forty-two of thestand Rrd colors. R-pairing and alterations .... i l.iw nricps. Invc neauy "" ing in a short time, and will proceed to start at once in rented quarters tnat is thev will prepare their prospectus and advertising matter, arrange the course nftudies. provide teachers all ready for n start in the fall. The committee win endeavor to rent nuarters in Hancock nnd it is earnestly hoped that the final location of the school will be in the same place A irentlcmnn intending to take the China for Ashl.md left Calumet Saturday mnrninir bv train. He suddenly remera bered leiiviiiir hi pocket-book under his pillow at the hotel and Conductor Lean Htonoed the train nnd the man stanea back on his bicycle. He secured the pocket-book and started on a scorch lor 1 1 uncock. He was no sprinter ana naa never tried scorching before, and on the frm took several headers aud almost sui fercd a sunstroke. He arrived at tne dock in time to see the China rounding thorioint of the old Osceola mill site He had a genuine hard luck story, nna ne ... ... . . a i IiacIaiuI nn thn ni.rtnin V 11 USirillCU It n " - dock covered with perspiration nnd dust watching the disappearing tntna. flu Friday evening occurred the recep- tmn tn the irrnduating class of the Han cock high school at St. Patricks Jiaii, .riven bv the members of the unior ciass There was a large attendance of young people and with their parents and menus in..n..ti..l in the school. The young la dies and gentlemen to whom it bad been n.ifrnutoil tin d beautified the hall by dressing the stage as a parlor nnd with decoration elsewhere and by reserving mrner of it for tllO SCrVlHg Ol ICC", . i.nmlnihor refreshments, ine H'lIHIIIUUB u v... n..:n,. t.nn.1 ubived numerous line sel ections during the early part of the even ing and afterward for an hour or two 01 dancing. Tim ll.irmnn Aid society of Houghton had a yery successlul picnic at Haas' . ,..,tr,li.v. The day was sucn onenstoencourogo retiring to so cool a i known to be and a large crowd did so. in tne momm ice. IWP inrKru""-- . 1 . . . I i .wt.ire.Hoa took place as ad- .w-ntthprfllce or send postal proBr ' J5 . mmm. co 'rdand-une wii..n,eive prompt at- veK Jrt an whleh .tin. Remember we have no ngents; cert by Tlietreas- a th rep res . . i nir.trwnrii mil , .v. ---n reward i f 10 w ill be g.yen to .., . . st will lead to the co ,c..u ..... nnJ fc wi be . i i ..a n m riiir n trr ii i i - .nt.ng I ..e...,;- . , flH tho Iundg ftl Thetreas- riallv helped put to the ways are Over eighty baths were taken by the Y. M. C. A. members last Saturday and half as many Friday. The shower baths are preferred as the members become ac customed to them. The members of the Temple of Honor of Hancock attended divine service at Grace M. E. church, Houghton, yester day morning. The members of Mystic Lodge. I. O. O. F., of Hancock, attended service at Trinity church, Houghton, yesterday morning. ' ' The Hancock students from Olivet, Ann Arbor and Oberlin are expected to arrive home tomorrow morning. Israel Mansen has commenced proceed ings in the circuit coust for divorce from Esther D. Mansen. "CUan" Mosiay. A plprk in tho rodomption division of tho treasury department says that the cleanest" paper money m cirouiMiou is that which circulates in Washington, wbilotho dirtiest is that which comes tn fmm Chicago for redemnilon. bt. Louis is a close second io Chicago, and Cincinnati next. Tfew York is next to Washington in the reoord for clean mon ey, Philadelphia next, while Baltimore ranks next to Cincinnati ror saving amj money. The money tlkt comes in from Chicago, besides tx iudirty, is always much mutilated, no mucn so, no aiuo, -i.... il.... 4j tuMiv as nirwh tlmo con- IJIUV lin ivj . - sunied in patching it up prior to cancel lation as there is m counting Washington Star. , Took It Literally. A littld maiden of 7 years attended tho wedding uf an elder brothem. The Episcopal sern-ice, heard , for the first time, mado a deep impression on her niiud. A few days aftnr. she called to see tho brido and found her sitting on her husband's lap. Looking at them wistfully for a few moments, sue ex claimed, "Ob. ye. I to have and to hold." Exchange. "There is always one thing I nH understand when a valuable dog is poi- BOllod." Well, what is it?" "Tae loss always occurs ths daf after tho owner has refused foOO fuc the beast." Chicago Record. On St or Vlctiin. "What has that giddy Mlaa Siullar ou hand now?" . Another enKisgcnient riajf.' llirspou Freo Pnisa. Ile hud that insolent, aggressive sort ol beuuty that makes people turn arouna in the utrcttt and stare the strouir. fair. (lod givvu benuty that even men like to look at He lived up to bis beauty, and for his beauty and by his beauty. He looked liko a Di ince. a urinee of some northern aga like Frithjof, the destroyer cf gods. He lookod like the impossible nero of a penny novelette written ty a worn an He was one evening at Colonel and Mrs. Wayne s. The music was coiu- Tdionten1. and tho women were nlain. and he wishing thew) conditions had been reversed sat with his elbow rest ing ou a little table near him and baud liftexl nn. looking at his nails. It soothed him and prevented his yawning from becoming unmanageably frequent. Mar I see them, too?" said a worn an's voice at his side. It was a clear young voice, and when he turned around to look at its owner be was disap nointed. "I am a painter," aaid she., "and understand beautiful hands." She held out one of her own, palm upward, as she spoke, waiting for him to lay bis nnon it. Ho did so smilinc. not know- inor rxartlv what to say. nnd she bent her bead a little to one side and looked at it. The daughters of tho bouse were play ing a long duet. How dreadfully bored vouare." she said thoughtfully, without raising her eves: "five yawns in ten minutes. ou m&v take back tout hand. Thank you. Ho chm strain at a loss what to say He did not quite understand her, with her pretty voice and her ugly face, lie would have liked to know what she thought of his hand, but it looked fool ish to ask. So he sat still, staring at her acrirravatins. untidy little profile. The nirlv little thina come up to him before the evenina was over and lifted her small bard face to his. "Mr. Van den Heuvtil," Bhe said in a pretty voice that ouorht to have tH-lonced to some one else, "I want you to come ami Bee me that is. aho corrected lauizhingiy. 1 want vou to come and let me s-w you want to paint you, please. " And here a softening of the pretty voice. "You are so very beautiful 1 I am an exceed ingly clever painter, you know, so you need not fear to trust your beauty witn Ho went next day, and the day after that and every day. bhe never heeded or cared about what his thoughts or his fellings might be, She painted ou, stopping sometimes to clasp her hands in frank, heathenish adoration before him. "Your beauty TuMirivelv hurts me!" she would say, nressinff both her hands to her heart. And if he turned pale she told him to spoil her tints. "Hove yon," said Henri Pierre one afternoon as she bent over him with a cardboard lotus lily in her hand. " Don't be foolish, dear," she said, re- arrnntrina her lamlseaw. " f Live viui." reneated Narcissus. "TCiAv vuur curls are all tangled up on the wrong side, and it will take me an hour to fasten the lilies on 3'our hr.l. " ahe said crossly. And with light. turpeutiny lingers and with a long brush in her mouth she patted him into Khajie min "There, look down now and smile." between two of tho Window's. i-" I at himself ch'Ki !y and can fully for a Jong time, thtn he i.ltcil l..s I.st crashed it down mi the i:i;n;r s that the broken glass Rev.' ail ..luuinl hiia Tla n lie ( alltd Ins st rvuiitto bandago up his hand. ADDITIONAL, C'ALIMr.T .KVM Good family wood at J. vin.n Jr., A Co.; 1 1 a cord. Inventing Cholara. John Wright, a leading planter of Ceylo". protects his employees from, cholera b giving each a teaapoonal of- charcoal everv jnornlnsr. "I shall try and catch smallpox, " said Henri Pierre, opening his eyes, "or get bnrned in a fire and be all scarred and hideous. Then you will love me fur anmnthinf? better than my beauty. ThPii I Rhall not love you ut all," said the girl, with a decided little dab of the brush. "(o to sleep. Here comes Diana. " Tt wua not Diana. It was Lydia Love, th tvn'tess. who opened the door nnd entered with the flash and dazzle of her young success, and of her scarlet hat Anil rlnnk. "My dear, you must lend him to me. " she said after she had Kissed ner friend and stared at Henri Pierre until ha Khnt bis eves mzaiu in self defense "I have got an order for 24 sonnets, nl mr brain is abtlnteiy tinea up. Lend him to me for threo werks I'll ml him back unimnaired. Heavens! What a face he has!" H learned nil her poems by heart. and recited them Ulier ia the mornings when she was too calm to w rite, lie sat at her feet from morning to night with the blue intensity of his i yes fixed on her willful face, and his heart broken by her capricious kindness. "I lovo win." he said. She laughed. "Bo content with the gift of gifts the gods have blessi d you with vour benuty your improoauie, wn.ii. nortwL vonr niatmiflccnt beauty. " "Hang my beauty I" cried Henri Pierre passionately. "I want to bo loved 1nvfd for no reason loved! Not be cause my nose is straight, and my hair browny yellow, and my ryes sky bluel But loved with closed eyes, unuaiy, un reasonably. " "I am sorry," said Lydia. who had finished her twenty-fourth sonnet that day; "but I cannot help you. And if you take my advice you will u ver t angry or in earnest about anything. It spoils your features. " "Chi die oa 11 stll 'lucent. Kan sapa at'noectaU c tu tlrne'iifnnite." It was not a boy, it was a young girl singing, aud a little boy who was with her played the guitar. Heurl Pierre threw tboa down a shilling. The little fellow immediately stopped playing to pick it up, but the girl weut on singing in her shrill, young voice: "8ctat, Carull. ca TarU dowl" Ksxt day they came again. "Chi dice ca li stelle so 'lucente, rose the limpid voice of the little stm t singer like the continuation cf a dream. He threw up the wtuuow, suu, lum enough, there they stood, the girl and the little boy. Henri Pierre looked at the girl and then walked up to the large mirror that reached from the ceiling to the ground Tbo dunks U'Arcv was nutting on her gloves uu.l talking t Lydia Love. "Yes. I have nit.de un mv mind." said the countess. "1 am iroinir to call on her. Of coarse 1 shall drop her again. but I want to see her. It is preposterous. The whole thing is preposterous. And she rustled out ( I thn room Henri Pierre's little Italian bride was rifting on the sofa when tho Countess lVArevwim announced. She arose when thn visitor filtered and held out her hand. Then she sat down again and waited. "An an old friend of Tour husband I have wished to bo tho first to call and congratulate his bride," said tho coun tess graciously. "Do you know, said the countess, "that you have earned oil the prize the. irroat nrize of the season?" The L'irl Hushed warmly. I know it. big nova, I know it," sbo said, clasping her lmiiiU unil nr;;l:iliL' Willi an ador able Sicilian accent. "1 have taken the prize! I have got the prince, the king that marrits the girl in the Ktory book, lift in like San tiii ru'io. the la ver of dragons, or tbo Arcangelo Michelel He is the greatest, the noblest, tho U'st, the cleverest ! The countess smiled with indulgent nitv i ' . vest lie. inav im the crreatest. th befit, tho cleverest, but what. SIT dear, is absolutely certain is that you have carried oir the handsomest man in the country! Such beauty us his is not equaled once m u century. Tbo little street singer lifted her face. and her lids fluttered over her quiet eyes. "Ah, that of course means nothing to me," she said. "I am blind. Loudon Sun. Tho One rent of Human Ailment. If vou will carefully re-.d tho statis tics of tho late war between the states you will find that according to tho state ments which have from tinio to time emanated from the adjutant general's ofliee 101). 720 Uuiou troops died of dis ease during tho years lb01-5. UI the 19!), 270 who succumbed to various mal adies during those terriblo years 21,187 died of a disease that was not ciassi fled simply because of its varying symp toms. Tho iiiaioritv of readers havo never heard of this malady, but that it exist pd smoiitf the troons on both sides uar iniiho civil war and in ail otherwars. fur that matter will not be denied by nnv observer who took tho trouble to look n little beyond the havoc caused by Bhnt mid shell and the Ion ir catalogue oi well known and well marked diseases incident to warfare. We refer to the malady known as nostalgia, which is tho medical term for homcsictucsa When this ouecr disease seizes its vie tun Willi a strong cnn. ho is almost as sure to die as though his malady were cholera. Persons who die from uostal- crin atiiuirently die without causo for so doing, but they die just as dead as though their ailment had Doen charac terized by the eruptions tf smallpox or the black vomit of yellow rover. TC(iKtaiiia is not strictly an American liiwaso. but has been known in all coun tries ever sinco men first became able to distinguish between physical ailments and caws of literal pining and iretnng one's life away, iiisniarok once said that for every 100 deaths in the army i were due to nostalgia or nomcsicKuess, St. Louis Republic For Pedro score cards and markers, go to the News office. "Wake up, Jacob, day is breaking!" so said If Witt's Little Early Risers to th man who had taken them to arouse his sluggish livr. Eaole Dncu Stork. Tbo Um( wo Have. Insist on getting a "La Emprenne" 10-cent cigar. All first-class dealers sell them, try 'em, like 'em. Equal to Im ported. Pass the irood word alonir the lines. Piles can be quickly cured without an operation by simply applying DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Eagle Dkco Stoke. 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 Allkn, Manager. Small in size, but great in results. De Witt's Little Early Risers act ten tly but j thoroughly, curiDg dyspepsia, indigestion and constipation. Small pill, safe pill, best pill. Eagle Dkcu Stoke. The Rockford electric belt is meeting with the best of success. Call and exam ine it and get references. Office over Grand Union tea store Red Jacket, Mich. Rcsskl & Buk.ns It would be hard to convince a man suffering from billious colic that his agony is due to a microbe with an unpronoune- able name. But one dose of DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure will convince him of its power to afford instant relief. It kills pain. Eagle Dkco Stoke. We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleasant er or better way than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventative of pneumonia, consumption and other serious lung troubles that follow neglect ed colds. Eagle Dkco Stouk. The bread and cake of the Huperio. Bakery can be had at the following agen cies: James Lisa's. Mrs. Hoskin's, Red Jacket; Martin Kuan's. J. C. Lean's Peter Olcem's, Calumet Village, and Weisenauer's, Guilbaul's, Lake Linden. A fresh supply is left at these agencies every day, and the prices are as low as the lowest When we consider that the intestine I are about five times as long as the body, we can realize the intense suffenng exper ienced w hen they become inflamed. Ie- Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure subdues in flammation at once and completely re moves the difficulty. Eagle Dkvo Stokk. To the fnbllr. The undersigned wishes to state that be has opened a boot and shoe making shop, next door to Jacob Gartner s store. Fifth street, Red Jacket, where be 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 Kemppaixex. Tho Effects of Heat. In Tho Nuovo Cinie nto. Sienor Petti- iipIH describes a new determination of the lowest temix rature at which a hot body becomes visible, lie heated a cast iron cylinder SO centimeters long aud 14 broad, in a wrought iron jacket over a Bunsen burner to a temperature ol 4 no degrees C, as indicated by nn air ther mometer, and then observed its nat cna in a dark room from a point CO centi meters above it. When it had cooled to about 413 degrees, the red heat vanished and gave way to an indefinite hazy glow, the latter completely disappearing at 404 degrees, and repented ouservanons rriviiicr nn error of oulv 3 doerecs. High emissive substances became visible at the same temierature, but reflecting sur faces had to Ik? heated 20 degrees higher before they appeared to tho eye, and still more. These low temperature rays were found to traverse glass and water like ordinary light rays, but sui feriin? a comparatively creator absorp tion. Different eyes differ slightly iu their capacity for seeing them, tho max buuui divergence Imng about o degrees. lRrllned With Thank. Tho editor rf tho Hillsboro (Ills.) News thus decline in advance nn im pending nomination to congress: "The mission of tho hireling who hoius tne plow handles of this paper is to keep the fires burning on the altars of liberty and lieaeon lights blazing on the shores of time at fl.oOablaze, invariably in advance. He does not hunger and thirst after official life. He did think once he won hi like to iro to the legislature, but he has grown in grace since then and purged' his system of that unholy desire. Since then he has not yearned a single yeani or hankuida hank after polit ical distinction. ranrtuality Pernonlfled. Somo two month ngu a Isiy who onked for miiployiiiont tn a local manufactory was told to come again whoii ha reached U yenrs of iign, as ho wim M tho time un der the projHir age. List Tuesday morn ing the mnuager found hlni coining Into the works about 7:30 and said to him: "Oh, o you're coining to make a start, h?" . i Yes, sir," answered the youngster. "Well, but look here, sonny," remarked the man, "why didn't you coma at o'clock? That's the time wo beln here." "Yes, I know that, sir," replil j thtf lad on tho nail. ' Rut you told , " vfc V some again till I wn full nu It. arid 1 ra't 11 till 10 minutes pant 7 ru ',J "" 1 - ,.! i ,r, ivti i'if ,i..( vvl'i-1 -iii it 1 null n Eli Hill, Lumber City. Ta., writes: I" have been suffering from piles for twenty- five years and thought my case incurable. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve was recom mended to me as a pile cure, so I bought a box and it performed a permanent cure." This is only one of thousands of similar cases. Eczema, sores and skin diseases yield quickly when it is used. Eagle Dnro Stoke. Bocklen'a Aralca ftalve. The beet salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, alt rbeum. 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 bv D. T. Macdonald. Bargains! Bargain!! Ilarcaln!!! Goods almost given away; for instance we ate selling combination suits, worth 3.50, selling now at ?1.9S; children's Jersey suits, former price f 2.50, now $1.80. We have a full line of knee pants, former price 50 cents, now 25 cents; a full line of merino underwear for men, ladies and children at half price, former price, 50 cents, now 2o cents apiece. Call and be convinced of all the goods we have in the Laurium fair. One door east of the postofflce Yours for trade, Fkimieko & to. The rtalantfera' Mutual Fire Insurance company , ot Houghton and Keweenaw counties,- or-' ganized in 1800 according to the laws of , the State of Michigan, will Insure proper-" ty ol Its mem era. Have paid fire loeees oyer f 3,000 during ItSi.exiaten . ,Te, company paid DackajiruigQe jasi jear, to sixty-two oi irpaflmocrs. ,0! nve years , standing 08 pernt.Qf, .thejr .preminrns amounting, to .13.502, Will, ray' back, during hl yer , on tKnjeaU.tQ, miny-wix memoers oi nve;,vvr" swuw-; ing f L447, On the first day of thiajear, the company, had, .members, f '.), 440, worth, of ,r)jerty .insured, .ana $0,594. Ilia treasury. Fox further par. ticulars apply to the undersigned. hl . , John Blojuqvist, President. ' Alm LicrovKif. Secretary. '''' -Office; 44fl Ptoe street epwlaJfsjRed i , ' b oi "iiMyill i!o t )i'H. hi, in,.: ten ! -JJ t .i (.' I .