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D. Foley is Fined $50 and Costs or Sixty Days Ftr Traeltj" t AnlniuK a rMMiu rrM .nr. Hrn im Hcr4ta Tfcat Wrtli Xetrosliiaa 1'robably no ease ia tb juthe court has attracted ao much attentioa and real interest In our city for many month as the one of the People vs lan Foley, oo the charge of erueltv to animal. All day yeaterday it waa the eubjeet of talk about town and every bit of information that came from the court waa talked about and commented on. The entire forenoon waa occupied in getting a jury and it waa nearly 3 o'clock in the after noon when a jary of aix men who had not an opinion in the matter, waa se cured. Twenty-seven talisman were ex amined and twenty-one of them were challenged. Finally a jury composed of William Nankarrow, Charles Koppel man, Jamea Wilcox, Sam Anderson. A. LaDineand Kiward Martt wtre secured to tit on the cae. The witnesses for the prosecution were Joseph Gardner, McOure'a man who gava the team; J. tf. Thorns, a deputy aherifffrom Houghton; Dr. Stewart, the veterinary euegeon who examined the dead horae and who took care ol the team when they came into the barn; H. Hoakioff, who law the team on ita way home; Albert Gallidvay, a livery man from South Lake Linden; and Jamea Me Clure, the complaining witness. Their testimony waa about the aame aa that already published, nothing new develop ing in the esse. For the defence Foley, and Oua Richard who waa with him in the rig, wert examined and beyond claiming that the bom were ill when takeo from the barn, there waa no other defense. The Jury were out a Bhort time when they brought in a verdict of guilty and recommended him to the mercy of the court. Tbe judge Imposed a fine of f "0 and cost of eisty dava in the county jail. This forenoon Foley waa atill in jail, but hi frienda bad secured most of the money. However, be will probably de cide to aerve hie aixty iaya ae it ia aaid that if be pays the fine he will be arrested on a civil warrant for damagt and if found guilty will have to go to jail in de fault of payment. Thia waa J u it ice Fmher'a first jury trial and be bandied the rein of jumice in a wy that would do credit to a circuit judge. Wfm nr. Hariiaatou. The Evening Nkwb baa received a com munication from Timothy Harrington, in which be takes exception to acme of the atatementa made concerning .Mr. Dwyer and among other tbinga saye: I did not go into the wrestling tour nament at Laurium to cause hard feel inga, but merely for the pleasure it af forded me. However, aeeirg that Mr. Dwyer ia so anxious to wrestle me I will meet bim if he can come down to my weight of 1 10 pound-. I consider that to give a professional wrestler twenty pounds is a little too much, but if he is so anxious to wrestle at hia weight of ICO pounds, which waa at the wrfstling match at Laurium, I will try and get a man to wrestle him Cornish style. "The reason 1 did not wrestle one hour and forty-five minutes before I met him waa that I was matched with Mr. Doyale and 1 went in and threw my men and he hung out. Aefar aa catch-as catch can style of wrestling is concerned, he knows aa well aa I that there are none in Calu met who can wrestle that style." Harrington has many friend here who have great faith in bia abilities ns a wrestler and several matches between he and others, who have reputations in this line, will undoubtedly be arranged in the nar future. The match at Laurium on the Fourth has excited an unusual amount of interest in thia popular sport and there ia already much talk of n big tournament to take place early next month. Some definite arrangement to ward thia will undoubtedly be made this week. JIarrled Wedneadar K veiling. Miss Liixie Knight w a married last Wednesday evening to Mr. Widie Taylor at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Knight, of Xo'th Calu iaet avenue, the Kev. C. H. Lastman, pastor of the Calumet M. E. church, per forming the ceremony in the presence of a number of invited gueete. After the wed ding ceremony the whole assemblage sat down to a aumptuoua repast prepared for the occaaion and received the congratulations of friends. The newly married couple were the recipient of many useful and valuable presents from frienda. Both the contracting parties are well known here, having apent a great part of their liven in our midst. A pleasant feature of the evening' enjoy ment waa the serenade of newly-organ-ised quartet, which was enjoyed very much. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor w ill reside in Laurium. Plan Keeltsl. The piano pupils of Misa Eda Hehnei derbahn, aaaiated by Mr. Harry King, gave a recital at the K-d Jacket tJone re- gational church lat evening, which waa attende I by a large number of thefrietida and rl,tivps of thoae who took part. Tbe entire pre gram, with two tscep tioas, wns rendered by the ihii.iU and wa Terr much enj ye I by those present. Tfl i fteleciiob allowed the result of a great deal qf bard work and considerable ability on tba part of the pupil and re. fiecreu credit upon the teacher and pupil fjijff. Mr. JCIng'i election were partic ularly well rendered, a was. In fact, the who! program, whica is too fcogtby to mention individually. Um4 Vmrrt. Ta Fifth Regiment band will give aa other concert at the residence ol Supt. Joha Puocan th; evening and ooe to morrow evening at the residence ofJ.S, Vorrisoa, on Calumet a vena-, tor which the following program have been ure- pared: Mn.'h--1utn of Slwh-.. . (Vourvii .A F.rntavr J straa Ctiratnu4 . . Mrteo Moiart ' Mar.ftall iertur-.-The KruUl Tour"' I 'pprU.'VtO - l'144H.TU'" Mr. Marrv Kin rinii.li-"Carni i i( Venn1" irct --' I Vi Juan" iv-cripuve Aa Indian ?iirtnia SATIUUAV, 7 P. M. Virvb "tUta PrJ" . . K Mil! y v uup .T V. snort Whit ...Chadwick ... F. iVStU F. Byer tvTtur"t'ii-t an-l rVnt Dart-"Km an 1 rrtun' l..r A riiAvirut and W !eleottn "Tbeo" .... 'tiru.'t-riti--"0tlin Frolic . K.nui "A Sunn tn Sumrarr" 1'hanvarl "A JoUv Nutat' The Young 1'eople' Society of the Presbyterian church have chartered a boat (the R. U. Stewart) for an excur sion from Lake Liadea to Isle R yale and return, calling at Hancock. The passenger will be linded at Rock Har bor on the island, where two hour will be spent examining the place an J things of interest. The Stewart baa been giving excursions to the island since the open ing of navigation this year, in all kind of weather. Oa the 23 i inst. she goes to Detroit to make a tour of the lakee with an excursion party. Ticket for the round trip, including train, f 1.50. Jamea 0'lonnell, candidate for the nomination for governor at the hand of the republican of Michigan, came up laat evening and remained over night, leav ing on the early morning train for down the road. Mr. O'Donnell is editor of the Jackson Citizen. He is a tall, well-built man of an advanced age, and baa a gen ial disposition w hich ia sore to make him friend everywhere. He did not come ud to fix up political fences, but simply to look over the ground. Mr. Wt rner Nikander, formerly propri etor of the Eagle drug store, left on the no jn train for Negaunee, to take charge of his new drug business intbat citv. He was tendered a reception at the Finnish Hall Thursday evening by a number of bis friends. The principal feature of the evening's pleasure waa the musical selec tions by the (Jlee clnb, of which Mr. Xi- kander waa a member. He waa accom panied to Negaunee by his wife and fam ily. J. M. 1'hillips, who waa arrested yester day on the charge of attempting to de fraud Hotelkeeper J. II. Taylor, an item concerning w hich appears on the second page of today' i-sue, was released laat evening on his own recognizances. There will be a ji:ry trial before Justice I isher this afternoon. Attorney McDon ald has been retained by the defense. . H. A A. Kaewraloa. A grand excursion will be given over the I)., S. 3. i A. railroad on July 22 to Montreal. Jije!ee and other Canadian points, under the management of C. A. Seelical. First-das sleepers through from Hought'jn will be furnished. Tick ets are for sale at all stations at for the round trip. lilda for 'ttce. Rids for the purple of erecting a cot tage at Lake View cemetery will be re ceived up to Monliy, July 1.1, at 7 o clock in the evening at Olson' furni ture store, w here the plans and specifica tions can be seen. They rmrvethe richt to reject any or a bids. A regular meeting of Court Xorth Star Xo. 17, F. of A., will be held on Saturday evening All members ere requested to attend, an business of importance will be transacted. Also installation of officers. J. FiUM is, C. R. The Eaglish-American bowling club will accept the challenge of the Columbian to play a match game this evening, pro viding they play with their own members. Emiusii-Amern ax Rowlixo Ci.rn. Joseph Schroeder Itft today for Ann Arbor to take a preparatory course be fore entering the university. He will take up a course in electrical engineering when school opens in October. ll.iR. R!um have on exhibition at their sample room in the Walls' block the largest barrel ol pure rye whiskey every brought to the northwest and are uivinir samples of its contents away. For tdioto that are lasting and for perfect posing and lighting, go to Steck- bauer, who bns a competent man from Chicago in charge of the operating de partment. Mr. J. H. Thompson arrived home last evening from St. Ann. Mra. Thompson remained at Ruffalo to attend the educa tional meeting now in session in that ci. v. Rev. Daniel Stalker returned yesterday afternoon from XVgaunee, where he baa been in attendance at a meeting of a mia sionary board. A. J. Scott, of Hancock, was in town yesterdav afternoon. He waa down looking over the bicycle track in the Ath letic Dark. Auditor and Mr. Hooper, of Ronton, arrived here last evening and are at the Calumet Hotel. Mrs. Robert Shields, of Houghton, ia v.nit ng frienda and relatives here for a short time. Mr. W. W. Stevens, a well-known min ing uinnof I ron wood, is visiting friends in town. Mi Luze Murphy, of Iron Mountain, i visiting Irjend at Tamarack for a week or so. tuarieaboiltu, of Koutl) ,a)t J,R(lfp, WBi in town jeiterqay, Coicago Couvenlion Bryan is Nominated For First Place on the Ticket. A Kfr4 of the lUllotlnjc. It Twk five MalUla WH Wm Hmm 4. real Kaclieaaewl Preiatlw-Cwwvewliew Matte. Chs auo, Jone y. S.30 p. m I'pon tb convention being called to order, a roll of State waa ordered for presentation of candidate; nomination speeches limited to thirty minute. Arkanaa yielded ber time to Senator Vest, of . Missouri, who nominate Bland amid great cheering Senator aaid the revolution In ailver ba come to atay, and he want no unknown or uncertain candidate, or lateconvert to the cause. Hi reference to "Silver Dick and ailver quick" brought out round of applause. Obermeyer, of Kansas, sec ond the nomination of Rland and hi praise of that gentleman were attentive ly listened to and applauded frequently. Williams, of Illinois, seconds Rland. It i said Massachusetts baa agreed to act with Xew York in not voting; also that Pennsylvania has not yet agreed not to yote, and probably casts its vote for Pat tison. Roll call of States was resumed and California was passed. lewis, of Georgia, takes the platform to present Rryan, of Nebraska. Mention of Rryan'a name brings on tumutnous demonstra tion, Georgia, Xebraska, California, Mich igan, Louisian and North Carolina guid ons being carried. Nearly all the dele gates are on their feet and turned around to watch the demonstration. Mississippi and South Dakota have joined the pro cession. Xorth Carolina seconds nomi nation of Bryan; also Klutt, of that State; G. F. Williama, of Massachusetts, and Kernan, of Louisiana, second Bryan amid cheers. Illinois says it has no can didate to present. Surpie, of Indiana, takea olatlorm to present the name of Mattnewa, of Indiana. Someone in the gallery calls ont to nominate Grorer Cleveland, which causes cheers and com motion. Indiana delegation and others cheer Matthews' name. Tnppet, of Cali fornia, seconds Matthewe. A motion to adjourn on account of the confusion was ruled out of order, the delegates demand ing that the convention be kept quiet. Fred White, of Iowa, presents Boies, amid faint cheers, and bis reference Uncle Horace brings cheers from the galleries. Abe Smith, of Minnesota, seconds Boies. Rhea, of Kentucky, take the platform to present Blackburn. Rhea is an elo quent speaker and is frequently cheered. Senator Jones will move to adjourn until morning, soon, as names of candidates are all presented, and It ia understood the motion will prevail. Rhea finished with the band play isg' Old Kentucky Home' and the audience singing the song. Foot, of California, second Blackburn. Massa chusetts refused to present candidate and asks to be passed. Jones, of Arkansas, endorses Bland, and refers to the fearlete Altgeld; greeted by cheers and bises. Xew Jersey called and says it does not want to nominate a man at this conven tion. Xew. York does not respond to the call. Col. Patrick, of Ohio, presents Mc Lean, followed by cries of "What's the matter with McLean?" "He's all right!" Patrick says with McLean, democrats can carry Ohio. Pennsylvania says it has no candidate to present. Bailey, of IVxas. endorses Bland. Chk auo, June 10, 10:30 a.m. Firt bus iness in order i balloting for president. There is some doubt as to whether a two thirds vote of all the States is required to nominate or simply a two-third vote of the convention; best authority sayatbe latter, and these bulletins will be based on tbis supposition, as rules of laat con vention, which governs thia, says: "Two thirds of vote given." There are in all O.'IO votes, but it is expected a number will refrain from voting. Have just learned that Hill will not attend conven tion today, as it is aaid he is ill, also that Tillman will go to Bryan on second bal lot. He is for Blackburn on the first. Delegates are coming in slowly and itia predicted by some prominent delegates that after Bryan and Bland have ex tend ed their strength on each other there will be a break to btepbenson and Teller. It. is said Boies' vote will split after the first ballot. Bland s strength is put at 30 to 375, and Bryan the same. Ciih Uio, June 10. 10:57a. m. Conven tion called to order, proceedings opening with prayer. Xew York delegates sent a committee to Hill's hotel to try to get him to come to the convention. Ilarrity, of Pennsylvania, is loudly cheered as he rise and nams 1 attison for president. Maddingly, of tde District of Columbia. seconds McLean. Miller, of Oregon, pre sents Pennoyer for president, which closed the nominations for that office. Roll of States ordered for first ballot: Alabama '22 for Boies; Arkansas, 10 for Bland. Roll of Arkansaa demanded, which shows: Blackburn 11, Boies 2, Campbell 1, Bry an 2, .Matthews 1. Colorado passed: Connecticut, ot 12 votes it casts but 2, for Massachusetts; Delaware, Pattison 3, Bryan 1, 2 refuse to vote. Correction makes Colorado votes polled instead of Arkansas. Honda, Bland 2, Bryan 1, noies i, raiuson i; inano, niand , Blackburn 1. Matthews 2; Georgia. Brr- an 14; Illinois. Bland 48; Indiana, Mat thews 30; Iowa, Boies 26; Kansas, Bland 20; Kentucky, Blackburn 1G; Louisiana, B'yan 16; Maine, Pattison 5. Bland 2. Bryan 2, not voting, 3; Massachusetts is passed; Michigan, Bryan 0, Boies 9, Bland I not votiong. Roll of state demand ed, the vote being challenged, and sever al delegates not voting. Cm auo, July 10. 12:45 The roll call of Michigan delegates resulted in 10 not voting, Bryan 7, Boies 5, Bland 4. Min nesota, Stephen 11, Bryan 2, Blackburn 2. Pattison 1, Boiew 2, 4 not voting. Missouri, Bland 34. Mississippi, Bryan 1H. Montana, Blackburn 4, Bland 4. Xebraska, Brian 16. Nevada, Matthews 3, McLean 3. Xew Hampshire, 7 declined to vote, Patterson 1. Xew Jersey de rlines to vote, (fbeers and biases. Xew York declined to vote, (great cheering). the chairman tries in vain to restrain the convention. Xortb Carolina, 22 for Bryan. Xortb Dakota, 0 for Boies. Ohio, 46 tor McLean. By the unit rule tbe Ohio vote was challenged and a roll call of tbe states ordered, including Ohio. Tbe vote stands: Bland, 136; Boles. 70;' Matthews, 37, McLean, 40; Bryan, 117; Blackburn, 39; Pattison, 23. Campbell, 1; Z iswell, - 2; Oregon, 8 for Pennoyer. Pennsylvania, 64 for Pattison. Rhode Island. 6 for Pat tison, two declining to vote; South Caro lina, 17 for Tillraau, one not voting; South Dakota, 6 for Bryan; Tennessee, 21 for Bland. I'nder unite rultw the vote of Tennessee waa challenged. Rollo, of that State, ordered several of Tenness ee's votes east for Bryan, hut under units rules ber twentv-four rotes go tn Bland, ( tab, 6 for Bland, Virginia, 34 tor Blackburn; Vermont. 4 for Bryan, 4 rtoljqed. to rote, Tna, 3 for BUnd; A Kitchen Cabinet L Screen Doors, Windows, Lawn Mowers, Garden Hose, Hose Reels. Carlton Hardware Co. COLUMBUS BUGGY CO., COLUMBUS, OHIO, ExCtVBIVE MlSl KACTl KKKH OF THE Hl(iUE8T OK High Grade Work. Carriages. Beach Wagons, Surreys. Cabriolets, Six Passengers, Traps, Phaetons, Buggies, Concords, Gents' Road Wagons, Speeders, Etc. If vou are in need of any of the above vehicles, remember consumers generally, throughout the whole length and breadth of the land, know if they want an abso lutely reliable vehicle, they must buy one manufactured by the above firm. F. A. Wieder, 4 Rod Jacket Agent for the County of Houghton. Having Sold. Victor (jeimil to "seventy-seven, and the jHUTliasers lwin fully satisfied that they are as eaH-ninnin as the ordinary wiWl geared to sixtv-three, it liehooves on eh' rider to ask himself this question: Why Not Ride a Victor? FRANK Washington, 1 for Bryan, and 7 for Bland; Wa., 12 for Blackburn; Wisconsin declined to voted. Hogan, of Wisconsin, says unite rules do not exist; demands right to vote. ueu. Bragg says instruc tion majority has absolute power in tbe matter. Wisconsin State roll is then called. One hundred and ninety-nine votes were not cast on first ballot. The official first ballot after corrections on account of absentees and declinations to vote is aa follows: Bland '2''.i. Boies 586, Matthewe 37, Mclean 04, Bryan lO.i, Blackburn HH- I'attisoo 05, Camp bell 22, Russell 2, Bennore 10, Tillman 17, lit II 1, Stephenson 2, Teller 8; not voting 185. On the second ballot it waa as follows: 22 for Bland, Arkansas 1C for Bland. Koll of California then called. Teller. Conn , 22, Tattison 10. Delaware not voting; 1 Tattison, 1 Bryan. 2 not vot ing, t lorida. Bryan 2, Boies 2, Bland 1, Matthews 2, Pattison 12. Stephenson 1. Georgia 8 for Bryan, Idaho 0 for Bland, Illinois 48 for Bland. Indiana 30 for Matthews Iowa 20 for Boies, Kansas, 20 lor Bland Kentucky 20 for Black burn; Louisiana, 16 for Bryan, Maine 5 for Tattison, 2 for Bland, 2 for Bryan, 3 not voting. Maryland, 4 for Bryan, 11 for Tattison, 2 for Bland, 1 for Hill 1 for Matnew. 17 not voting. Michigan. 28 for Bryan.. Minnesota parsed. Missis sippi, 18 for Bryan. Missouri, 34 tor Bland. Montana, 0 for Bland. Nebras ka, 16 for Bryan. Nevada, 0 far McLean. New Hampshire. I lor Tattison. 7 not vot- ing;New Jersey, 2 for Tatt ison, 28 not vot ing; New York paed; North Carolina 22 for Bryan; North Dakota, 6 for Boies; Odio, 40 for McLean; Oregon, 8 for Ten- noyer; Tennsylvania. 04 for Tattison; Bhode Island, 0 for Tattison; 2 decline vote; South Carolina, 18 for Bryan: South Dakota, 7 for Bryan, 1 for Tatti son; Tennsylvania pa Bed; Texas, 30 lor Bland; I'tab, 6 for Bland; Vermont, 4 for Bland, 4 not voting; Virginia, 22 for Bland; Washington, 1 for Bryan, 7 tor Bland: West Virginia. 12 for Blackburn: 'Wisconsin, 4 for Bryan, 1 for Blackburn, ly not voting; Wyoming, 6 for Bryan; Alaska, 0 for Bland; Arizona. 0 for Bland: District of Columbia. 3 for Bland, 1 for Mclean, 1 lor Boies; New Mexico, 0 for Bland; Oklahoma, 6 for Bland; In dian Territory, 6 for Bland, second bal ot. tteulted: Bland, 256; Boies, 35; Matthews, 35; McLean, 54; Bryan, 180; Bryan, 180; Blackburn, 39; Tattison, yt); Tennoyer, 8; Teller, 8, Stephenson 0; Hill, 1. Vole of Minnesota and Tennes see, which were passed, now being called Tennessee, gives ber 24, Bland making a total of 281. Bryan gains 4 In Min nessota. making a total of 190. Ciik AQo.July 10,2:45 p. m. California changes to 14 for Bryan (cheers), 2 for Bland, 1 for Matthews, and 1 for Boirs. Official second ballot: Bland, 281; Boies, 37; Matthewe, 34; MMoan, 53; Brvan, 197; Blactborn, 41; TattiBon, 100; Ten noyer, 8; Teller, 8; Stevenson, 10; Hill, 1; not voting, 1G0. Maraton.of Ixulsiana, appeals for re-vocation if two-thirds rule. incitement.) tuorta made to start a demonstration favoring Bland and Bry an, so lar, nave not been successful (Confusion and excitement, continues v,uair appealing to delegates to ast-Ut mm in seeping order.) Third ballot, in eluding Illinois: Bland, 94; Brvan, 53; others scattering.. Inrlntinr uiunn Bland. 153: Bry at. 142; others scatter iu .nw loracaueo:, refuses to anawer 1;. "TT", ?.nd. hlH"e ) Including Ohio: Bland. 159; Bryan, 180; others scatter ng. I ennaylvania aska to be passed- Third ballot, total: Bland. 292; Brvan, kIm flu mA uofhKl- n the third ballot Bland gains y, Bryan gains 31 Sii'aV oin' 20,1; Matthew, .14; Sc fan' 6: Bryno, 219; Blackburn 27: Tattison, 97; Stevenson, 9 Hill l nrt' Tothf,W, Fourth Wiol, Alabama Is as much of a neces sity as a table in any well-kept kitchen, a place for everything and everything in its place. Low prices on Ice Cream Freezers, Several Wheels B. LYON. casta 22 toe Bryan including Florida; Bryan, 74. Bland, 18 including Ken tucky; Bland, 06: Bryan, 100; Jloies, 26, including Missouri; Bland, 155; Bryan, 178; New York was called and. refused to answer, including Ohio; Bland, 111; Bryan, 222, including I'tab; Bland, 149, Bryan, 249. including nest wrginia, Bland, 187, Bryan, 262. Fourth ballot resulted: Bland, 217; Brvan, 278. Thefourth offi cial ballot: Bland. 227: Boies. 3i: Matthews, 36; McLean, 40; Bryan. 280. Chairman announces that under rules of last convention twa-thirds of vote given will nominate candidates for iiresMttit and vice-president. Fifth ballot order, d. Chicaoo, July 10, 3 p. m. Illino's breaks to Bryan. (Jrcnt excitment. Ohio withdraws Mclean. Iky an nominated by Montana's vote. "Hurrah for Brvan." Tht iki picture contain four facei, t'ni muti and ln thrr dautjliters. Anyone can find ttia nin t face, but it U not to easy to diwincuish tli lace of th three young ladies. But it is not so difficult to find a pure and refreshing drink. All vou have to do is to order the Stipvrior Stork beer of the lUtKch Ilri'u in" Co. AdvertUed Letter Llat. Calumkt T. O., July 8, 1896. Andrew Vcllnn I trillion t liuixo Hunter F. C. .loHiin Ada Kyllonen Annie MuMonen M. Milielln Miek nviKki t may Heaeon l. Msi-tics Frank Mi. Ilormana V. Huhti HcsHie Oorldel A. Crlnlon AllxTt iNirtney John iM'imy Charles (terdfido JoIihii Mudirn F.inlly.I. Mh'xto An tun in Munals Kmnia oIhoii Maurlee Kova Hilda. liiliHimn Hmidln John I. William Jennie T. W. GitiMtso. T. M. t'Ullio Antonio s. OI.0 Till! I DI.ltTAI4F.lt tor. F.MntdlKl i . I , '"'iiiiiT aim Mine ral Hirec- Jaekt-t. Telephone nervlee promptly attended to. l in 1,;. Hcott mrri'l. lt.d And riltfht calln MJOII!MOV Till! IMMCKTAKflt . Oraduate EmhHlmer MortlwM aiR u. ,Hi?o,,,,,"y """ i-r." p. y a7: 'WK J E KTI hi. Jv J''inreiWi" XH "J! "'""U of 11,,-y MW. Tent The n-Biilar meeting of ( al,,,,,,., Krea.np- nUt'. ' woVJn tie thV lsra ar r.s.s,ed to !. r,.ont . T ere w li also I. prrwiit a nmntier nf vUlt na i nemiri rom llH.KMKk and Lake Linden ,"ln,,'r J.Vivian5Jr.&Co. Bright Dainty Shirt Waists. Another new elt ail lot. the hot weather kind Not a Nar pattern lu Hie lot. Cootl Clean Print I'Uureil Arnold i..m.hImii nairf .l at v lea ... , 4'HJ ,.7.kj , '.Co WTe .t.s; .1.41 I limine Floral I'sltfrna... IVrin iN'Hxiw " Prenden Novell lea Baby Carriages. I inly a few It'ft We til cloe out every one at a price Oak. tan corduroy uolioUtery, patent drake, priee 1, reduced to 15. Kal ian reil pinna upholidry, patent uleeper. brako. waa 9d. uow ill 60. Kattan. flKund cretonne upholstery, reduced from J. 50 to 4 i. The Furniture Department lis ao many pleaaiiis; fcaturt that e can't tell you all alaiut It now. Here are a few Items to pleaae. Hlch Oak FldclxMird, 20 per cent off from regular price. Parlor nets, reduction of 20 per cent from present prices. Bargains in Furniture. All High rade. One thing is certain better furniture of serviceable quality has never been presented. It is ail first-class; nothing shop-worn; all fresh, beautiful, built to wear; everything in the store of the latest design yours at a heavy discount. A word to you is sufficient. Call at Olson's Furniture Store, Scott Buy the Reynard Roadster Model "C" One of the Finest High Grade Wheels on the Market. Bicycles and Bicycle Outfits Our new (lepiirtmeut tfllii;h (Jrade Hiryclen is destined to be a very popular one. The f 100 wheel for M5, are guaranteed lor a year. Our bicycle outfits, Suita, Stockings and Caps are beyond a doubt superior of anything elne offered in lied Jacket; combined with the treat assortment to choose from, that every person Is sure to le pleaaed. Then comes our bicycle shoes, -:THE SCORCHER-:- RAT TRAP PROOF, The moat popular shoe now in use, made of Kangaroo and a fine cordavan. at prices within reach of all. STEP IN AND BE CONVINCED. EDWARD FTZTAJST. Our Regular Reduction Sale Has been in pronrena; we have been and will continue for a few weeks loncer orfcriDe tbe very finest Kradeo! clothing that is produced an v where at prices that must move it-prices that have been moving It at a hot pace for the laat three weeks-prices that you honestly can't nfford to miHH. In addition to this, we include at special prices a few thinga you'll surely need. . " $15 Suits $12 Suits $8 Suits In four different styles. A beau tiful suit for tS. Now hey are only THE PALACE The finest quality of all kinds of Fresh. Salted and Smoked Meats. Poultry, Fish, Eggs, Cheese, Etc., -A-t tlio Lowest TPricoa in the City. 'Linrl8 of Sausage. Frosh. Dally. White Rose Kettle-Rendered Lard, Pure. Sweet and Clean. Orders By Telephone Promptly Attended To. l or ricn(c .,,4 Lneh for ,, Outln, )ou can have ham, , n the Miorte.t notice. p. KirjcGTorj a oo. Wash Goods. The kind you'ia hik liiK for; want ll for that Kirl of youra perbap yournelf. We have a larve aMnirtnienl for you to vbooae from. Itolnty Dimities. Organdie... ... I'iue. i.. Juvrnlle Hea Iilanda Peres, Lljint Tlasuea... ....30e ....lo ....110 ....t:o . 12"-0 Visitour China and Glass Department. Finest In th elty. Lately re modeh-d ami replenished with the beat wane. We iiioto a few timely tlilnga. Lemonade Sets S pieces. Hlue(ipa) Imported Blown G Ian " Crystal, optle effect Klch CutOlaaa, Bijou patunt. ... .S t Vt i 41 . 3 43. . 11 M- Ice Cream Saucers. Majestic Imitation CntOlaM T ie do Peml-Poreelalu, Ger. leeorated tTo Fine China, " " ! ' Berry Dlshe. Ilavlland, -lnth, decora tt w ia ' 1 4tl LlmoK'ea. 12 " . " - .. 201 Street That'swhat they sold for and they were well worth it. Now they are $9.50 $7.75 $5.00 And Rood Hellers at that. Join the reduction sale at Jacob Gartner. MEAT MARKET.