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Condition of School District No. 2, of Ca umet. The Phillip. IIxklnr Xuptlal Lul Kvealnc rMe' Horn mwairela famine July 23-Oltaer Metropolitan Utppfniis. The annual school meeting for District No. 2 was held in tbe mining captain' office, aq the Centennial mine, on Monday evening last, when Capt.Chyooweth, the director, reported the following receipt and disbursements: RECEIPTS. Balance on hand July 8, IS9S. .U,9 07 Matrlct tx 3.U 00 Library fund J Primary fund 4 One mill tax Kent. aupylica, eto Total receipts .2 1IHDIU-MEMKNT8. Paid teachera.... H.WO ' " building, eto I "1 o nchool furniture Kout " Book, fuel, Incidental!.. 1,113 J Total disbursement! i,tt7 Balance on hand July 11. 1 H.Ml - Meesrs. William Pollard, of Kearsarge, and George Hall, of Wolverine, were elect ed trustee for the full term of three year. It waa Toted to raise f 3.438.40 (equal to 4 mill on the dollar) on the property, real and personal, a assessed forth sup port of the school in the district for tbe ensuing rear. The board of trustee again met and organized with: Moderator William Pollard. Atea8or Jamei Cruse. Director Jamea Chynoweth. Wedded l.at Kveuiug. The borne of Mr. James Hocking, on B7 Pine treet, vai the scene of wedding festivities last evening, wben bis daugh ter, Emily J., waa united In the bonds of matrimony to William T. Phillips. The ceremony was performed by tbe Rev. C. S. Eastman, castor of tbe Calumet M. E. church, in tbe presence of a number of in vited guest, friends and relatives of the family and tbe contracting parties. Miss Bessie Phillips, sister of tbe groom, acted a bridesmaid, and W. J. Carab waa best man. After tbe wedding tbe whole as semblage sat down to a sumptuous re past which bad been prepared for tbe oc casion, and then congratulations and an informal reception were in order. Iloth young people were well known throughout Calumet and have numerous friends, who wish them every success in married life. The happy couple will re side on Calumet street. leeoer. one will be attached to the train at Houghton, tbe charge to Montreal being $0 per berth. Next Saturday night, at the California win cellar, there will be a free lunch, con sisting of two roasted lambs, sea nsn, imported sausago and California bean. Wine o! the Italian Swis colony will M old at S cent per glas. Monte Crieto champagne, thl delicious drink, which baa been the drink of the fortunate peo ple and therefore we think it will be tasted by everybody in tbe future, will besold at 'JO cent per glas. Tbi champagne is known the world over for it delicious taste and many of the best expert have pronounced it equal if not better than the Imported. Everybody invited. P. Peiu i. Co. The appearance of ''The Capitol' ha been considerably improved by a set of seventy-four large photograph, which really are work of art and which have been placed along tbe wall, above the seventy-four which were there before and w hich proved such adrawingcard lor tbe place. Tbe new set Include view taken in Marquette, Houghton, Daraga, Ke weenaw counties and could not have been selected with better judgment. Tbey em brace mining scenes, photograph of big machinery, snow scenes, and many Eur opean views, and would give anyone a good two hours' amusement. A. r . IIer wns tbe artist. A short time ago an item appeared In the Nicw tatlng that a well-known Ke weenaw county man bad broken the time record from Eagle Harbor to this place. The N'kw ba received a communication Irom a subscriber at iK'laware to the ef fect that tbe timepiece wa also broken, thus accounting for tbe record breaking. CbarleSwaneon,wboha been proprie tor o! the Chicago fruit tore for ome time past. old odt the establishment to M. Tommei, who will conduct the busi ness in the future. Mr. Tommel ba made some improvement about the place, and ba bad an ice cream parlor attached. It' not our "ads" that makes our buei ness buccchsIuI. If the high class of hardware, stoves, cutlery, etc, that stand behind our "ads." Here style i married to reliability and price perform tbe ceremony. You are in vited to call on Carlton hardware company. Thi evening at the Opera House, Dr. Secrist, of the Indianapolis medical and surgical Institute will give hie lecture lor men only on the X ray and their won derful ability. Tbe entertainment is eaid to be unusually interesting and of a high ly instructive nature. One of the busiest places in this vicinity is the Mineral IlaDge ltl Jacket depot, especially about half an bou? altera freight train arrives. The teams from half the business bouses in town are crowded into tbe small railroad yard with scarcely room to turn about and each waits its turn to get at the cars and unload their freight. It is wonderful that accidents are not frequent occur rences, and their rarity is due almost ex clusively to the precaution of tbe em ployees about the freight department. Preparations for the celebration of the third anniversary of tbe organization of Helping Hand Tent No. 34, I. 0. of R , aregomgon apace and a grand time is looked forward to on next Saturday. At 2 o'clock in tbe afternoon there will be a grand parade, beaded by tbe Red Jacket band. After tbe parade supper will bo served in the Calumet Light Guard Armory. In tbe evening a grand concert, the program of whicb has al ready appeared in the News, will be ren dered in the same building. .AJFLE YOU FOR. Gold or Silver? We take either in payment for Stoves, Cutlery or Builders' Hardware. Gnus or National Are also accepted. We promise in exchange for any of the, above the best value to pe found in the county. Seeing is believing. Call and see us. Carlton Hardware Co. Book Noes Do You Want a Bicycle? We have on band One '95 Victor, slight used. One '96 Cleveland. Two '96 26-inch Ladies Wheels. U nffer nn the Ahnve at ram bargains, to close out. A second band one-horse platform spring wagon, made bv Kaiser.tor sale cheap. FRANK B. LYON. Big Loss:- To the Manufacturer Will bo :Your Gain. If you take advantage of it quick. We have put on the counter 100 Shirt Waists! Just received from the makers; new, ciean lot; not an undesirable pattern among them; regular prices, $1, $1.25 and $1.50; and .. . r I worth every cent that was asked tor, mem. All go at uniform price of 67 cents. Made of Dimity, Lawn. Percaile and Madras. Delay is dangerous. J.Vivian, Jr.& Co. Bargains in Furniture. Ulcuarda A rrlngle'a Minstrels. Don't forget that Richards &. Pringle's famous Georgia minstrels will be at the Red Jacket Opera House July 23. Tbe Charleston, W. V., Daily Gazette has tbo following: "Richards & Pringles' famous Georgia ministrels were greeted bv a large audience at the Burlew last night. Tbe olio was full of wit and repartee and evoked much merriment and applause, especially the crap scene. Dilly Ker aands was 'hot stuff' and was repeatedly encored. Tbe juggling was perhaps tbe best that has been scene here, and the female impersonation was almost per feet. Tbe singing was all very good, particularly that of the quartette, and the finale was one of the richest thing Charleston has witnessed for a long time. Taken from beginning to end the enter tainment was a good one laughter-provoking, extravagant and absurd. Tbe weorgia minstrels will always bave a good house when tbey visit Charleston Better Fire Protection. Tbe village father have determined to have the fire department of our lillage a good as any at a moderate outlay, and they are proceeding in a very credit able manner. Tbe two teams whicb are now stabled m the Opera House barn are excellent fine teams, and when tbe drop harnesses arrive the equipment will oe 01 tne Dest. I he Harnesses are ex ited today and w 11 be set above the position the horse take in front of the tire engine and boce cart. When the alarm is turned in, tbe horses will come from their stalls, which are a few feet from the engine and take their positions in front of the engine and cart. Then tbe harnesses are dropped and by a clasp tbe team is ready. Tbe teamster are required to stay in the barn nearly all tbe time, so a to be on band in case of an alarm. Bishop Vert in, of Marquette, will be here Sunday and hold confirmation ser vices at St. Joseph's (French) church on Fifth street. On tbi occasion a white set of ornament will be used for tbe first time. This and other ornaments, cost ing in the aggregate about $400, which have been purchased within tbe past year by tbe church, will be blessed at the church tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock. These ornament are among the nicest in the county and can be seen tomorrow evening. The Palace Meat Market. Mr. David Kingston, finding he hrs not sufficient time to spare frum bis lum ber business, has dispensed of the Palace meat market to Lis brother, Will, and bis brother-in-law, John 11. James, who will bereafter conduct the same under tbe firm name of Kingston & James. Mr. Will Kingston will have charge of the office and Mr, James of tbe shop, where hi pleasant and obliging manner will ensure the new firm a fair share of public patronage. Miss Alberta Walters, tbe second daughter of Mr. Ed Walters, of the Pal ace meat market, and who ha been stay ing with ber aunt, Mr. Lauvaux, in Philadelphia, arrived here by boat Jon Tuesday. The young lady is only 11 years of age, but notwithstanding she traveled that distance without any difficulty all alone. Mrs. Walter was absent when she arrived, but Mr. and Mrs. James received ber, taking great care of the young traveler. The aliov picture contains four facet, tne mi and hi three daughters. Anyone can find tlie man' fare, but it u not to easy to dUtinguish the facet of tbe three young Iodic. Put it ia not so difficult to find a pure and refreshing drink. All you have to do is to order tbe Superior Stock beer of tbe Ilosvh Brewing Co. Tbe monthly cake sale will be held at Mr. Lean' store. The Ladies' Guild ot Chriet Church will bake everything you want. Tbey wait only your orders. Come and buy fresh, home-baked cake Saturday afternoon and evening, July 18. The directors of the Lake lew ceme tery association yesterday evening opened four bids for tbe erection of a res idence and office which will be started with at once, and let the contract to tbe lowest bidders, Messrs. Hajari & Ulsetb. The Fourth of July Is Over And Mrs. Welsing Miller still ha a big stock of millinery on band which ebe wishes to, dispose of at reasonable prices. You can tret anything in the line of mil linery and in the latest fashion. W.jH. Richard's furnishing store on Fifth street, baa been undergoing a com plete renovation in tbe past few days. Tbe store ba been repainted outside and inside and present a more attractive appearance than it did previously. Miss Klla Dymock left today on tbe Japan on an extended visit. Miss Dym ock will first go to Glencoe, Ont., and afterward to London. Ont.. at both of which places she will visit relatives. The excursion to Isle Royale Tuesday, July 21. will serve refreshments on board, so that any not wishing to be bothered with lunch will be provided for on the boat. Don't miss the excursion. COLUMBUS BUGGY CO., OOHLiXJTBXJS, OHIO, EXCLCSIVE MaXCFACTCHEBU OK THE Ul(iHE8T OF All High Oracle. One thing is certainbetter furniture of serviceable quality has never been presented. It is all first-classy 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 High Grade Work. Olson's Furniture Store, 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 tbey want an abso lutely reliable veblcle, tney must buy one manufactured Dy tne above nrm. Scott Street F. A. Wieder, Red Jacket Agent for the County of Houghton. Buy the Reynard Roadster Model "C" One of the Finest High Grade Wheels on the Market. Frank Mayworm, of Houghton, was a business visitor in Calumet and Red Jacket last evening. Tbe stock and fixture of tbe Wiggins saloon were sold at public auction yes terday afternoon. Edward Ulsetb hascommenced erecting a new residence for himself on Willow aveaue, Laurium. s. OI.MOX. TIIF. l1lllKUTAKF.lt 1'racttcal Emhalmcrand Funeral Direc tor, hatabliahed In 1W. Scott street. Ked acket. Telephone aervice. And night calls promptly attended to. Balloon Ami tuition Next Wednesday. I'rof. McKwen and Mr. Hunter, who have been in the city the past few days, endeavoring to make arrangement for a big balloon ascension in this city, have succeeded in interesting a number of peo ple in tbeir project, and arrangement have been. made, lor an ascension. Mr. McBwen stated yesterday that the nseen sion will take place on next Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Saturday night was at first proposed, but those inter ested thought that Wednesday would be abetter time, and accordingly Calumet people will have an opportunity to wit ness this wonderful feat on that date. The ascension wan made at Houghton last week and wa a success in every way. Madame De Vere will make the ascension. C3 Kxeuralan to Canada. Tne D , r. n. x A. railroad win give their sixth annual excursion tothe Shrine of St. Annede Ilea up re, on Wednesday, July 22, mc. The train will leave noughton at 11 p. m. nud arrive at Ft. Anne de Peaupre at 7:1.1 p. m., July 24. Tickets will be good for return nntd Au gust 22, and will entitle tbe holder to stop off at any point io Canada. Fare for the round trip from Houghton. 25, children between and 12 years, bnlf fare. If there ia sufficient demand Ipr a Concert Tbi Kvenlns. The Fifth Hegiment band will render the following program this evening at tbe residence ot J. II. Lathrop: Mareh "Lincoln Park" A. Wannetnacher Overture "Morulnjr, Norm and Nlttht" V. V. Hunoe Comic Sketch ' Chinese War March".. .Lanue Aria from "I.tnda di Chamounlx"... Donizetti Mr. Walter II. White. Grande Value "Amen AttlnliV.. .M. V. Lens indicated toMic UoiiIhc K. I'otueroy Charivari "A Jolly Mtrhf" F. lleyer Overture "Orpheus aux Enfers".. .OtTenlmch Card of Thank. To all those friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us iu many way dur ing our late bereavement we desire to re turn our most heartfelt thanks, especial ly would we thank the Sons of St. George for their attention upon the arrival of the body and after, and also to those who sent tbe benutiful tloral offerings. Mil. AND MltH. J AM KM TltKVKXOX. A party consisting of John Waatti, C. J. Wickstrom and Henry Kitti, re turned last evening from a week's fishing trip to Lac La ISelle. They report all kinds of luck and a good time. Aiotlee. All who are interested in the bicycle to be given away at Hosking & Co.' are re quested to be on hand at tbe store next Saturday evening, July 18. Tbe infant child of L. Feinberg wa run over by a rig in Laurium the fore part of the week and bad it wrist broken. The little one is doing nicely at present. For a cheap and stylish hat call at Miss White', where you can make your choice from the window display. All trimmed bat sold below cost. Among those who attended tbe repub lican convention at Houghton from here were John Duncan, William Weir, George Jncka, Sivert Olson. Christ Scbenk, Math Sailer, T. II. Collins, W. M. Harris, P. J. McClelland, Charles (ieiger, N. II. Vivian, Charles Hriggs, Jamea Lisa, I. IMloebra, A. A. Hajari, W. K. Parnall, of Tam arack, Capt. It. Edwards, of Osceola, and J. N. Cox and Fred Mackenzie. Tbe Misses Sweet, Mis Downing and Miss llutter entertained a number of friends at a very pleasant party at tbe M. K. parsonage last evening. Only a limited number of lickes for tbe Salvation Army excursion to Portage Fntry will be sold, and accordingly first come will be first served. Mrs. P. It. Vail and children, of Dulnth, are visiting friend in Calumet and Red Jacket tor a short time, the guest of Mr. and Mr. W. ). Monroe. Just where the Red Jacket Sunday school picnic barge land at Portage Entry is a splendid Inland lake. (It is a delightful place for rowing and high wind doe not affct the water much, because it is surrounded by tbe forest and high hills. Several families live there and keep good boats to let to those who wish them. John Lorn, a timberman, was injured in No. 0 sbatr, Hecla mine, yesterday af ternoon by a rock falling through the mill and striking him on tbe leg, bruising bim severely. He was tnken to tbe hos pital, where bis wounds were dressed, and Irom where he was taken to his borne in Yellow Jacket, Miss Lizzie Rode and Mr. Anthony Helmer will be united in matrimony at Sacred Heart church on Saturday, July 25. The appearance ot Ruppe's general store ha been considerably improved by a coat of paint. For bargain in capes, lackets and summer goods of al' kinds, go to Hos king & Co.'e. Engineer J. S. Harris.' of the Porta ee Lake cities, called upon friend in the city yesterday. Louis Newmann, a Chicago liquor merchant, is In tbe copper country on a business visit. Mrs. A. J. Lord, of Hancock, ia visiting her siBters, tbe Misses Schneiderbahn, for a week or so. Vital Coppo was called to Franklin last evening by the serious illness ot Mrs. Jo seph Coppo. For par day a few more of those 2 tailor-made suits for f 10.50 at Oates, the tailor. A cargo of hard coal for Paul Roehm is being hauled over the Mineral Range railroad. Nickle plated tea kettles, chaffing dish es and 5 o'clock tea at Carlton Hard ware Co. J. J. Carroll, a well known Detroit stove man, called on customers here yes terday. 0. W. Atwood, ot Toledo and S, Hay den, of Itelding, are in town on business. Try rszorine tor a dull razor, only 15 cents at Carlton hardware company. (iuy Atwood, ot Toledo, has been in town tbe past few days selling cigars. To Rknt One room, oyer the Star clothing house. Aply t the. store. Messrs. J. II. White' and S. 0. Hall, of tnicago, are in town on business. Finest and best wearing shoes in town are on sale at Honking & Co.'e. Ladies' shirt waists at greatly reduced prices at uosktng & uo. s. J. P. North is improving the appear ance of his property by buidling a picket fence around the rear end of the property. Mrs. August Hermann, of Sheboygan, arrived here last eyening on an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Fred Roehm. Mrs. O. Oreck returned home yesterday afternoon from a short trip and yisit of friends and relatives in Dulutb. Tbe new residence of George Wilson, Sr., on Osceola street, Laurium. is fast Dcarlpg completion,. C. A. Wright, ot Hancock, was in town yesterday aiternoon. Additional local news the second page. rill be found on Dr. James McRae. of Central, wna town today. Carpets made and laid Co. by Hosking & XTOTICR. W.'.t? un'lrfrnod. hare he m appoint ed admlnlHtrntor. of th Wiin.n. a.i"' Ute. and we herehy rIva notice that the Jh 7 a "'"""'""'nle for any Ml In that . r.. i V..;. "7.rrm mr incur here. uwhi tne eeiate tnuitbepa to the preecnt admln'.tratrirn. ' THllMAK AM A TIT THOMAS ANliEfaoy Bicycles and Bicycle Outfits. IS1UTI1M. VOCTLIN-on the 12lh Inot., the wife of Mr. Alfred oirtlin. of a daughter. KAUFMAN On the Kith Inwt.. the wife of Mr. Joseph Kaufman, of a dauichter. ItKATIIM. IEUI.EU-On the 17th Inst , Clara W.. the 1- months-old daughter of Air. and Mrs. r.. .leitler, of lamarack. I uncral arrango- inents later. LODliK 9IKKTINU!!. Members of Helping Hand Tent. No. M. I. O. It., are requeotcd to meet at the t. George nail baturaay ancrnoon at i :. o'clock abarp. muaiAB Biaiws, secretary. All members of Hudv nee Tent. No. 10. Juv enile Hcchahitea, are reucatcd to meet at the m. oeoree nan at :. a. m. puniay, juiy ju. to aiM'iia divine service, at tne iHiumet t on greiriitional church, upon invitation of Help- A. ing Hand Tent. KICUAttbd, hupt. A regular meeting of L'nlon Temple of Honor and Temperance, rso. 48, will tx held Saturday evening, juiy js. a large anenoiince is de sired. W. t!. UUWil.NU, lieo. All members of i.tlie Independent Order of itccnaDites, ino. .(, aisoail members of Will ing Workers and Juvenile Tents are reoueHt- ed to meet In liunstan's Hall at ti:I5SunlHV morning, j u it rj, toaueixi aivinn service at tne laiuniet congregational church. KICHAKh J.CKOWLE, C. U. i. ii. ri.iiniu.9, it. p. There willlte a special meeting of the lira IIIveBoctal Temple of II. & T.. No. 1.. I rldav evening, July 17th. at "::. A full attendance iscieairod. B 1 ti ll KM ItUVANT. Is. 1. T. A regular meet ing of Tied Jacket Trll. I M R. M.. will be held on Tuesday evening. Julv i. cMK;iai uusmesH win lie transacted, anil tu weuiut-rs are reuetiua to oo on Hand . All members of Itunv HneTcnt. No. in Jnrn. iiue necnauues are requested to meet at the hi. weorge nail Saturday. Ju v is. at a p. m. urdny, July is at 3;3 U. J. CKOWLE, Bupt. OPERA HOUSE, Thursday Evening Our new department of High Grade Ricyclew is destined to le a very popular one. Tne fiuu wheel lor jfoo, areguarauieea lor a year. tur uicycie oumis, Suits, Stockings and Caps are beyond a doubt superior of anything else offered in Red Jacket; combined with the great assortment to choose from, that every person is sure to be pleased. Then comes our bicycle shoes, -:-THE SCORCHER-:- RAT TRAP PROOF, The most popular shoe now in use, made of Kangaroo and a fine cordavan, at prices wit bin reach of all. STEP IN AND BE CONVINCED. EDWARD jR"3TAJSr. Our Regular Reduction Sale Has been in progress; we have been and will continue for a few weeks longer offering tue very nnest graue oi clothing that Is produced anywhere at prices that must move it prices that have been moving it. at a hot pace for the last three weeks prices that you honestly can't afford to miss. In addition to this, we include at special prices a few things you'll surely need. July 23d Kverything New This Season. Ricliait PriDfl $15 Suits $12 Suits l0'S $8 Suits That's what they sold for and tbey were well worth it. Now they are And good sellers at that, (iointhe reduction sale at $9.50 $7.75 $5,00 Jacob Gartner. In four different styles. A leaa tiful suit for f S. Now tbey are only Fanioa (aeorgia MINSTRELS Headed by the Oreat ,LK.!?SANDS' THE PALACE MEAT MARKET. supported by a coterie of 'star artlnts.' in including MOORE A KEMP, THE ONLY JALVAN, MAItSHCHAIO, IIIIXMAN&VKltNON, JAMES 8. LACY, W. O.TEHUY, PICKANINNY Ol'AUTET. .ml h FAMOUS CKESt'ENT CITY WAIITKT. watch for the Hand Parade at 1 1 .10 a. m. Free concert at 7:1 r. n m ,n 1 of the theatre by one of tbe finest bands traveling. Scats on Sale at Ryan's The finest quality ot all kinds ot Fresh, Salted and Smoked Meats, Poultry, Fish, Eggs, Ch cese. Etc., -A.t tlio Lowest Friceo in tlio City. &JL,n8 of 8au3KO. Fresh. Dally. White Rose Kettle-Hendered Lard, Pure, Sweot and Clean. Orders By Telephone Promptly Attended To. For T'lcntc and Lunch for Bummer Outmin you can have ham cooked on the aborted notice. O. KINGSTON d. CO.