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Th8CopperWrjlTEaittNeisJoref;yjjeii(5g rrituuio bt Frod jVCaolcexisi, v Kdltor u4 Proprietor. rar-OfaoetntheNtw Hlock, '.uortfc end of ifth street, Ked Jacket, Mich. TKKMH or M HWl'KIITlOXl BY kUlL UM CAHH1KM. One year (to advance! "5 2 Si month J I'er mouth "11"' 11"- BNTBRBD AT TUB IMSTOrrU'B AT CALCIIBT, M1CBIOAM Alt KXU-CLAM MATTEK. Several Doctors Tes tify in theJVIurder Trial. lour rooms, with good cellar, chicken house, etc., on the land. At the same time tha following per sonal proerty will le offered for sale: Oue horse, harness, wagon and farming tooln. t wo cows, calf and forty chickens; in fact everything nwwKar.v to run the farm, frooi whith any iudustriou iur.n could obtain a gin! ivvg. The plare ran I eeu by applying to me on the premise. OY Axi'KKwis. TrU! Probably End Xet Week IVCotumunicauona and letter of business Miuecud with th paper should bo addressed The Oopper Country Evening NewC r Calaaaet Mlea. Leland, Towle & Co. Other Ilea or lotereot ri'hf" About tho Metropollo ef the Cooper Coaotry. Hanker and Broken, . Member of th bostta and New Tort EicHames. Ooppar Stocks a Specialty. W. F. Fitzgerald. Cosurrooo HU Hootoa. C. A. Whyland & Co., Hanker and llrokera, 10 ani 12 Pacific Are., Cteo, 111. MKMHKRS OK lUlt'AUO HOARD OK TBAPE AND STOt'li KXCHANUC. Private Ire to the Xew York Ntork and Cotton Kchanj;e. Avoid Itucket Shop and send your specu lative order in Oram to the legitimate ilivu market, where prices are made and where the iiitluenceof your purvhajee and aalee wlU U felt. Kcfervncvs: Ilumm. Tki st and Savimis Bash. Ouibc National Basic. A: UltAlWTHKBT UHIMtKCUL .MiKNCl IS. ti. F. 2TO!tB, Sk.0. ClIK AliO ttoAHU or 'i HAD. f.fTVe until our new pocket Mauual free on application. t:tabllhed IM. MINING. IHSB 8 50 Mtorko. MOSTON June AUoues AntoM AtiaotM boston ind Montana Hutte St Boston Calumet and llecla Centennial Topper Kails r'ranklin 10 Kearsarye 1- Onoeoia 2a (Julncy lltf vulncy script M Old Dominion is U) Tamarack... . 1 Tamarack script Tamarack Juuior Tecuumeb Wnlverin 7 Ploner.. . .. 5 23 Merced........ Ouo t urioiM in n t f tbo over throw T '.: !Ki'ii si ue I'V seieiiro in puelt a ulj s tic 'im M:c enuiiuy is tl.e fact that tiio i:i'tis arc fit qut utly Uiarketl by j;rtitt Mjiir inisivllins, not rucn-ly 1 1' seieiiti i- ti mis, but even more specially t' om-.h., ii wcnlsvhich iu other jiai-rrs wtu.M present no diffi t ulty wliutt r. TLi is a mark of the papers of si'iiid- m-.'i-m lu'iiK who study the Mlbjeet t.f t!i 'im l ; ee in TUV as well in of older HturJ. ins, and m such an ex tent that an ex.iviiin r i forced to the cruel uxioii tint this study is in m.me tn.cult v;i; a d..n' r r . i ; h -rapliy. To invest in oiis-rs. " to have the tiuor nails nearly "j .,iie,l." "poodles" of water. "i:iitieh mr,,i," "roasted stake," to l,.iv the drains ".slushed" with wati r and t . 1 n-ak a class up into "drafrs," may l t.ik. n as a ft-wtx-amplcs of this t. n.i- ney. Iiut scientitic terms an- ly no r... ;- s s.dV fn m varia tions, us the two fi'l!. w in quotations, this time from th.-j aj" rs f K-hoolirli, will nhow: "i.'ar L ni;v eassid"' is an ni..dil'j form rf car k tail ducks" may " .i:niy.cd. tue micht Knppt)se that it refrml to u Kjircii a cf waterfowl n lutttl in h nie way to the Manx cat, but it is really intended fur lacteal duets, p, .;!, v tin.- functions d then? vcsx Is was no it ss n mystery to thewrittr than the galling of their wmi'. Iilarkwt (hI'm Magazine. uuasual yrt r c. tonic arid. "Li not be bo eas.'lv t Watrr S3 a Quart. Ia Fpeakin f the i'apuzo Indians Mr. M( Joe said: "Tliey inhabit a coun try cf broad plains, with mountain rank's between them. The mountains are remarkably rugg d and riso sharply frijm the low lands. All over the plains live the Indians. The country is one of the im t arid regions on the face of tho glolie, a whole year passing sometimes without a drop cf rain. Geologically it U a curious place. The streams rise in tho mountains, but never reach the sea, and tho debris carried by tho rivers, in stead of Undine its way to tho ocean, is spread upon the plains, tho rivers dry ing tip beft 10 they rea' h the wa. Sem laiid, in the state t f Smiora, was never set u by u white man until about two years ago, w hen the Lureau of ethnology Miit ut :i tAp tlition to explore that regit n. Tin- ratio s:ne constantly vigi l.itit exery Moment, from day to day, wet k to xx mI:, nontli to month, year to year, xje t ii:g ainl tlreading the np preach t.f s.n t m my. They are alxvnys pn pared ft r uny mergency. The dearth t.f watt r xv;...i Hip greatest obstacle to the esplorat ioti. Lvt ry tin p xxo used was carritl from r to 1'j n.ilcs by men un der heavy guard. Water there is more valuable tli. in gold, and often we meas ured ittiut in sp 'on fuls. In counting the tlangi rs ami labor t.f s- curing water xxe estimated its worth nt from ii to )t a jaait. " lialiiiuoro American. Thty t A Hriir l;riM. 11 u story of a yoiuiir xvoman -one t.r many who, U-iug adlieted w ith a Mnld n and ir.ad d sire to ls come :ui at tress, calh d on the late Leg tor Walhu k and rt-quest l liis assistance in getting u tJie stage. Tlie most deb onair i f actor maii.tgeiM lH,kccl at her in his oxxii light comedy way and asked: "Are yt.u mat i it "No," replictl the a-piranf. "My tleur young lady," said Mr. Wal lack, "go "lid g"t man ied, have two or throe children, lost tin m, i l aten by your husband, get a tlivoree and then (iiiiio back and try to act.' New York Journal. Oh, guard thy roving thought with jealous care, for sjs tch is but the dial plate t.f thought, ami every fool read plainly in thy v.'onht what the hour 4 tfcjr thought Tennyson. Theiotereft in the trial of thia caee continue unabated and at the court on Wednesday, the eecond day of the trial, many person were not able to gain ad-mliwion. John Nolan testified he wa a memUr of the police force at Ishpeming and with the mamhal and Tillie Wendel on Octo ber eearched the garret In Mr. Wen del' house. They nrt found a blue cap. mere wa aawdust at tne eaat enu oltheKartvt. He found a hole at the wet end near the eecond chimney. He lit a match and then aaw the body of the child. He called to Mr. CarUon. The The child wa lying on her left aide, the body being twiated, her clothe xvere shoved ud and her bodv was bare, there wan blood on the back of the akirt; .the top of the body wa dtconipoml. The body wa lying on the roof between the lower and the second root. There are three roof, one above the other. The child' dreas wa open, unbuttoned ex cept the top button. John Carbon, the marshal of Isbpera- ing corroborated Nolan' statement and aaid the child wa lying on her stomach with her left arm under her. The clothe were turned np leaving the lower part of the body naked. There wa a etain on the skirt. When the skirt wa turned down it would bring the Btain on the back part of the body. lr. George Barnett after giving evi dence a above said he removed a gar ment from the body, the hand was drawn up into the sleeve; by pulling the hand down I found a waist knotted around the wrist. ir. Andru, a pnysician of lahpeming, testified he made an autopsy. The skull on top scalp wa dry and hard and at bottom wa putrifled. The skull was fractured, two openings, one of the left side about 2x4 inches, and the other on the back of the head I Vt-.Y inches, these openings were counected by a crack half an inch wide, and the crack extended over the head to the right side. There was a fracture from the bridge of the nose leading to the largest opening. These fracture were caused by violence and produced death. The body was in a state of putretaction. The body xvas that of a female five years old or over; noticed the stain on the underskirt. Death from the fractures would be al most instantaneous. Ir. Fetch, wno assisted at the autopsy, said the body was mummified and that he saw no evidence of injury to the body, it being too far decomposed. The effect of the fracture would be unconscious ness and probably immediate death. The head w a separated from the body. Could not tell w hether the fracture of the skull was made before or after death. lr. Harnett being recalled said the bund was attached to the body at the garret, but came off at the undertaker's. lr. Worder stated he was familiar with blood analysis. That he bad made tests of the child' skirt and other articles; found blood on the skirt and was certain the stains were caused by human blood. The boy' clothe were banded to me and were dripping with water when thev were brought in. It ia expected that the trial will becon- Iretream strawberry Featltal. TheY. I1. S. C. T. in connection with the Ked Jacket Congregational church will give a social in the church parlor thia flVi.litv) evenimr. dm ink? which the following program will be rendered: "VllJc VMa Vivian and lYcllo I'biiiaII I MtlicK' Vuarlette i-eai unci , ,.,"" ViT.V ii' I 11 ti If Morn ami 'ij Mie Kccitallotl Vocal Solo Club Saltih'lHK Viola Vivian. Iuiy I'anlclw'ii A Ik" Uolert. Vocal let . Mmm Iunlclon and Sainton. Cornet Solo ill Morian. Selection Melodv Ouartette. The public is cordially invited to the eutertainment aud social. The Nkxx ha much pleasure In an nouncing that Mr. George W. llibbard, who, for some time past, has been in charge of the passenger department of the 1 , S. S. & A. railroad, as acting pas senger agent, has been appointed general nmuenirer nirent. n promotion w hich we believe he fully merited. Hncklea'M Aralea Waive. The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, alt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hand, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give iierfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 23 cent per box. For sale br I). T. Macdonald. Iu .McClure's Magnrine for J uly, one ol the few women who have made th as cent of the Matterhorn an ascent al wavs requiring the utmost strength of I muscle and the utmost certainty of nerve -w ill tell the story of her experience. Mr. F. J. Webb, of the Calumet schools, left this morning for his home in Lam-as- J ter, Wis. .Mr. Webb w ill not return here next year, but will enter the Northwest ern university, where he intends to take the literary course. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coppo, of Frauk- lin, visited friends here yesterday. The I many friends of Mrs. Coppo will be glad to hear that she has sufficiently im proved to be able to be out again. 1776. ii iiiffl if WANT COLUMN. AdTartlaemanta elaastflad undar tM tnaartad attha rat of ON a OKMT a wordaaoa Insertion. No adrartlsaauat taken fjr last than 16 oanu. rOH tALK. Merchanre'f.i,. :r'wiviinprt' -Bank. 'ALl jIKT CAPITAL I? DLL LOT-In tha vtllaia of Rd Jaokat I , ' hBw'TofflU!' A U' t""mA Applf M rplu' diTided profit ll0'00 -. 1 00,000 CHAKLK8 BHl008rr,C,lM" K. II. OSBOUN ..Ps,. H.8.00LTON.;; VlcP!!! First KmSfl THE CITY BAKERY. NELMON A MTHt!tlKLUProps. Front Ntreet. . IteilJaeket. Freab bread can t had at tt f(,llotn niaoea: Tamarack and Heola store, liennea vk nuimioa vvuiiams-, Keu jacket, and Flnlavaon'i Laurium. Kre.h fruit n.l vakeevery Saturday. Big Explosion Of Sky Kot'kcta, Koinuii Cantlles, Firecrackers ut oretioe win take place ou July 41 Ii. FLAGS Of all sixes will t flying. Capital, '"r Fer Out n PHirtf. H ' s A A- C srx Iriri' srv y-N-d- ,ce Cream, U ll M (Jl II I I I III r " I ona.te.8tKla Water, and all other drinks, Jr IL (ylli lUll 11 11 11 ref,wh t"' hum nimffl P U 1UIUI miU I - 0 ' fn Will be oIserved, as usual, in a manner Incoming the first city of Northern Michi gan. We will bate Pomp and Ceremony I'util you cap't rest, and in fact a little ol everything, sufficient to make up an Ideal day of sport and enjox ment. i National - Salutek Choicest Fruits, Candies, and Cljcsrs will tie wanted. Remember We are lieadtiuarter and can supply all maud for above articles ami rcfrcaliuiu Holman & fjliiains. nrrtcBHs: KOWARD H V a m JOUN 8. DVMOCK.'. 'm. WILLIAM B. ANDKHSUN ' C,','Kfcll''T ' 1 - Ciu,t) First NationallS" de- uicnis. CaplUf, The White Mountain arctic freeier are the finest aud quickest working freez ers on the market. Sold at close prices by Carlton Hardware Co. Remember the straaberrv and ice cream social to be given by the Y. I H. C. F. at the lied Jacket Congregational church this evening. o F 4 5 At G u N VU. CKK ( BUT 1ST1IM. orricBKai JOSEPH UOSCH CHAKLKd SMITH "" JoqmB. JONK8 ... .VICB'HIgIUUt First rUonaTBank HANCOCK. . MlfU. S unns Serenade By e! Laurium villnge will have a band stand. It will be erected on tbe corner near the tire engine hall and will be up belore the Fourth. Miss Fvans, of Great Falls, arrived here yesterday afternoon ou an extended viit with her sister, Mrs. W.S. Simonsen. Fifth ; Be Just receiTetl, a new assortment of high grade pianos, Fstey, Cnmp A Co., Decker Hros, and Arlen, all of which have an established reputation in the musical rorld. If vou intend making a purchase, give me a call and I w ill explain some of tbe characteristics of these instruments, w Inch is one of the chief points of consid eration in making a purchase of a piano. lour attention is called to Camp !t Co.' improvement over last year's make. which i highly recommended by all piano tuners. Headquarters at City dye works, Jamks (ii.axvh.le, I'rop'r. Do You Want To Buy a Farm? Capital .... Surplus and DDiiyiieil profits Fnr Far Out Fer Aaauai in omenta: WILLIAM HAKRY..., PETEH KUPI'B WILLIAM CONDON 1'sfclllll.Nt Vici-Phmidh., Cuun A few screen doors and w indtiws at low prifes to close out. Carlton Hard ware Co. Mat P.luu, of I.nurium iscontemplatirg erecting a sandstone building in the village. -A-t -7:00 O'Olook. 'and Military and Civic Paratle ; Consult It. Y. Simmons. He has iust returned from Sault Ste. Marie after placing a few men on farms in and near Itudyard. He has brought back w him a fine display of grain grown on larm of those settled there recentl Lmong the display is a bunch of snriutr grass .'12 inches long. Insurance. F. A. Douglass, Agenoy. Fire, Marine, Life, Accident, Plate Class, Steam Boiler Security. 25LeadingCompanies English and American. $100,000,000 OF CAPITAL. W. H. Faucett. Looal ReDrsteoUtlrt Hooml Bono Block. The Palace eluded tbe early part of next week. I.i ii- Celebration Tomorrow at Lake dm. The grand annual celebration and re union of the various Temple of Honor and Temperance societies of Houghton county will take place at Lake Linden tomorrow. Tbe local lodge w ill attend in a body and take part in the day' doings. Tbe program of the day's cele bration as mapped out by the Lake Lin den society is about as follows: The Lake Linden lodge headed by the Lake Linden band will meet the visiting lodges at the depot, form a procession and parade the principal streets of the city. The line of march will wind up at the Opera House where the program of the afternoon exercises will take place. A BfJection w ill be rendered by the band, followed by addresses by the Keys. Kil patrickand I'ovey along the line ,! temperance work. They will be followed by the speaker of the day, Grand Worthy Templar D. It. Bailey, of Appleton, Wis., who will speak upon "The Aims and Objects of the Temple." After the exer cises supper will be served from 5 to M in the evening in tbe dining hall. The program for the evening includes a cornet solo by Joseph Williams, with ac companiment by the Lake Linden band, and several vocal and instrumental num bers by well known talent. Afterthecon cert a drama entitled, "The Last laf" will be presented with the following cast of characters: Miss laisy (Ilanville, of South Lake 1 1'avinjr, the Opera House at 0:30 o'clock. Ooddes of Liberty and fort v-four beau Linden, w as a Calumet visitoryesterday. tifuI J'oun8: representing the States. rroaiuemgime uay JOHN DUNCAN Grand Marshal ARNOLD A. MILLER Orator HON. THOMAS B. DUNSTAN CnaP,a,n REV. DANIEL STALKER JAMES L. NANKERVIS VICE-PRESIDENTS : Sk.BvUceMaelc Farms Sold ID. ID. S.. On Easy Terms. DENTAL OFFICE, Livery. J AM FN MftUKi; Prop'r. XKW RIGS, XKW HOUSE. If you want the swcllest turnout In town, cull at the I'alace Livery. I lest bornea and best rlKs in the copiT country at reaitonable prices, iufhil rate to picnic parties. MTAULF. 0 POHTI.ANIl MTIlEKT. EXCURSIONS EVERY TOESDAY. R. V. Simmons, Rador. HOT Walls' IMock. Depot, up-stairs. near the lied Jacket Mark Axhton ... t 'aleh HanMn. . . Harry llanmin.. . I )tck Hustle Tom Chut. Kate AhIiUhi .... Lilly AMiton Tatty Jones It. T. Hernial lack Will I'arks Itert Cosnrlii t'. L. Kriederlclm Tlii.inas liiirttan .Mm. John Nichols ...Misa MnifKle iU-ntm llHt k .. ...Ml tiayneth WIImoii Farm Iwr Male. 1 w ill offer for sale, by auction, on the premises, on the evening of Monday, the 29th of June, IBM, at 7 o'chick, all my interest in the northeast quarter of the north west quarter of section lH-50-.'J2, immediately adjoining the Itlomqvist farm at the Centennial, together with all the crop now growing thereon. It is es timated thtre will be fifteen ton of hay, also three or four acres of potatoes and the same quantity of oats." There i a log house, 1(5x21, containing Jacka & McDonald, Proprietors of Livery, Feed and. Sale Stable. First-class rtra at reasonable prtoe. Horses for sale or eiobanre. Seal Estate For Sale! IN RED JACKET. The east half of lot six, block K; one baltcash. Also, half lot situate on Sev enth street, a description of which may be hnd at this office. One six-room house, to sell or rent, in the village of Laurium. Ixits lor sale in itollmann's addition. One room in Horgo block, suitable for office or bed-room. W. H. FAUCETT, Agent. 8. C. Whiting, James Milligan, ' Ja mes Ramsay, J. Trovis Richards, W. F. Shorts, Josiah Hall, A. I. Lawbaugb, Fred Mackenzie, Cuptain Nichols, Joseph James, Thomas Maslm, K. II. Potneroy, Owen Sheridan, James N. Cox, Thomas Cribble, John R. Ryan, Si vert Olson, Thomas Hoatson, William K. l'arnall, John S. Dymock, H. K. Messimer, W. II Anderson, 11. J. Vivian, Martin Foley, Fred Smith, . F. A. Kohlhaas, W. C. Watson, Richard Kd wards, II. S. Colton, John I). Cuddihy, F. R. Lyon, Merman t. Gnck, (Jeorge U. Lewis, Thomas Wills, John F. Reeder, James Chyno wet h, R. 11. Osborn, l'eter Ruppe, Jr., Christ Hchenk, John A. Robb, Joseph Gardner, Joseph Wilmers, Sr., Frank H. Schumaker. J. II. Lathrop, Joseph Hermann, Vital Coppo, 1). T. Macdonald, James Lisa, William H. Hosting. W. A. Holt, A Sure Cure FOR RHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. Hi i iH Bartholomew Shea. I n A.I M .... ino amnumpians, - - - PETER HEIMLICH, JR. Second"" "P ,f Ki2h.f r Mre..In (,ft,inipianB :,o 00 Third " !! '"'S 00 Fourth .. .. iJO 00 Fifth iut Single Costume U Ii 00 Field Day Exercises Includinir a full n.....m ..i i.u.... " ' """ "Ports, uicycle Racing, Foot Racing, etc., at tbe ..BASE BALL PARK.. IVom l:30antno-clockp.. For nartlctular see small bills. H Bicycle Parade Alter Dart illnina tSJi ,or Mf Appropriate llirjrle Decoration. Third .. i,' Fourth u Fifth Iir 00 . 10 OO . 5 00 . 4 00 . .1 00 DR. G..R. STEWART, Tleftldciit Veterinary Purgeon and ficntl.t. a graduate of (ntrli Veterinary t'olleire. sIho Toronto eterlnary Dental ( t.lleje, treats all dlneanea of linetlc animals on latest and moat approred aclentlHc prlnclplea. Spetilai attentkHi irlven to suryery and dentl.try. (ails by teleicraph or telephone prompt)', tended U day ornlitht. tflice at Janiee Mn. C'lures New l'alace Livery stable. Telet.hotiu i n connection it. . ...... w wmcu w.u follow an elaborate display o! """"t"' ?.Vedr 2Bto-SK& ,trn', ,0,,X " ra'&. r-U-IS. tUla u XAXKF.UTIS, owretarj. Treaaurer. 'Serfu'i'J its cm Jj2e B AfONt HCA5IN0 Dt$3CTSP00NruL IN W A GiJj cr WATta Mosnois ano Nioht; PRtPARtO ONLY BY MARQUETTE, MICH. f or 5 KAUFMAA m co Ac ass r IABCL . Over Star Clothing Store. orrici hours b to u a. m.i l to I p i and T to I avenlprs THE RED CROSS ELECTRIC NATURAL MEDICINAL WATER Contains specifics for almost every diMw that fleti Is belr to. THE GREAT HEALTH RESTORER If It Helps Others, It Will Helo TOU. The stronjtwit and bent Natural Medicinal Water In tbe world, and which, when pnpirij carbonated, makes a most refrenhing urm. Exclusive Aoint i tub Copris OocjrrRr: JOMEP1I J A If! EH Red Jacket Jll' From whom testimonials can be bd. THII PACE IS HESEII VRD BY TBI Calumet and Heela Mining Company. ITS KitirLOYKEaS Who wish to sail their houses orboykoj who wish to rant rooms and those wbo tm rooms to rent ara Invtud to adfsrtiH without any sipanaa For Male-House No. VA6 llecla street. . 11,..- v, "I CI HavnihiUH.ri- rootne. Kn.iulre of Mat Lu. ss, Ued Jat. For Hslswllouse No. . V-uaS Enquire of Joseph Haul. Jr., or For stale-For f-V. houM No. -x-. ( tiam.i.n noi.ntv road. Uaynilulto n. quire at house or of the company. For ..le-Honse No. IKS enue, corner Itallnatd street. Ten rw Eixiuireof theoompany. . For sale-IloiseNo.4Wi, north or Apply at Mine oftlee. ,.., For Halo-lloua No. -lol P'. Enquire at Joseph hotllch's store, Kea J For wsle-Houe No. WB. 8edtU)an, quire at tbe houiw. IDi For sir House No. tJi; tiUnit sltuatetl in fweactown. nyi-i -and llecla mining, company. . K For Halo-House No. Win, pr(-d. ttweeDlt.A C. railroad and BOLD RY D T. MACDONALD and ISODEEQEEH & SODEBQEEH. near tbe (Hs-eola mine. or tb company. , R,Tm- For Ho-Houm No. 2415 B Jh"".n baultown. Applyonthepreiulortn m;:; .lo-HoM No. m VJg 'J' Apply on the premlaoa or to the coropa ar.r Btolo-nnnse No. UM) 0 'yi m- ...it.hi. for two lamitK haul tm tortus Uon anqulr at in "u"' . tffet, 1130 1 "" " 10 Swedetown. Apply on the pretniaes. ar. v bbIa Hfn-ritn oou Tunnel street, iwadatown ApPr tap pa la.