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Swedish M.E.Choir to Give a Concert Sat urday Night. PopulUt National Convention Dm Not Iod Anrlblas Par Appoint Committee irletropol Uaa Happing Using. The choir of the Swedish M. E. church will give a concert at the Red Jacket Congregational church, next Saturday evening, for the benefit of the church. The choir will be assisted bj local talent, and a good concert in in store for those who attend. Following I the orogram: PAUT L tlOD'-8WhM.Chir: AJJreM Kiv:s:t.MiVrii: feloctiou Harmony iuarttt. Selected Solo..... ........ Mis Dudlow. Selection ijjjyjj,,! (iutur Club. l)UPt prof '. 'witters and Leksell.' Vocal Duet Mlitiet Jaun-a. l'lano Solo Mist Emma Trevarrow. Song Six Young Ladle. PAST U. Selection Swedish M. E. Choir. Piano Duet .. Mra. J. . Johnson and Miat Swanaon. Becltatiou Miss Ira Stephens. Poprano Solo -' Miss Florence Us born. Violin Solo Prof. Watlers. Vocal Solo Miss Mundy. Seleotion Mandolin and Ouitar Club. Solo Mr. Vincent. Selection "Good Mirht" Swedish M. E. Cbolr. KEKOLITIOXS OP HKSPEtT. TAt a regular meeting of One and All Lodge, No. 272, Sons of St. George, held July 20, 18U0, the following resolutions were adopted respecting the death of lirotber Water: Whf.kras, By Divine Providence the angel of duath has entered our ranks and taken from ui our brother, Joseph Waters, on the 6th day of July. lew. ... , Whekbas, Ry bis death One and All Lodge has lust one of lta oldest members. Brother Waters baring Joined this lodge a charter member the 2d day of June. I; KrsOLTgo, That we will loreand cherish his memory, resting assured that be Is In that home above, where it is the privilege of all members to greet blm bye and bye, over on the bright golden shore; KtsoLTED, That as members we follow blm as he followed the principles of the order, Fra ternity, Concord and Love, and of his Re deemer, who hath said; "Be thou faithful unto death, and 1 will give thee a crown of life." Resolved, That we extend to the bereaved widow and children our warmest symoathy and commend them to Him who has promised to be a husband to the widow and a father to the fatherless; and be It further KchOLVKD, That our charter be draped In mourning fur a period of thirty days; that a copy of these resolutions be recorded In our minutes, published in the Copper Country Kvening News, and that a copy be sent to the family of our deceased brother. His toils are past, his work la done. And tbey are fully blest; He fought the fight, the victory won. And entered into rest. Then let our sorrows oease to flow; God ha recalled His own; But let our heart. In every woe. Mill say, "Tny will be none!" Joseph CamowtTH, W. li. IIODOM, Jobs Jcmukoh. Committee. At NU Lost. St. Loris, Ju'y 'J.'l, 12:1a Chairman Butler call tbe conrention to order. Committee on credentials not ready to report. Tbe delegates being late in arriving the committee eelerted for con ference with people's party is caucusing back of the chairman's dealt. Roll of states being called for committee men on permanent organization. Convention called to order. A motion to appoint a committee on wars and means was carried. C. A. Towne, of Minnesota, ad dreeMing the convention. Towne being interrupted by frequent cheering and ap plause. At bis mention of Senator Tel ler s name tne convention c beers in a body. He mentions Hryan's name when there is loud and continued cheering. lie says Bryan represents tbe cause of hu manity against injustice. Towne con eludes amid much applause. Kz-Gov ernor St. John, of Kansas called for and responds amid great cheering. St. John's mention of Cleveland is greeted witn taugnter. ine committees on per manent organisation, rules and platform have been appointed and bare retired Kx-Governor St. John concludes. landed In the yard of tbe i-aiumec ana Uecla hospital and the Daiioon cams down a short distance lunnsr io east.-. - - , V' "4. The Circwe Jaly SO. ir.i .Tarket Is to hare a circus, and a good one at that, as do circoa or show of any kind eyer comes to the city as highly recommended as doe the kirk- hart nyan s circus, wim-a Hed Jacket, Thursday. July 30. All the Eapers through this section speak in the ighest terms of the merit of their per formance. This circus carries do mtr naori hut rive one of tneoiaiasnionea one ring circuses, such as we used to see in days gone by. Such a circus as this, which is flrst-elass in every respect, should be liberally patronised. Itemem ber July 30, is circus day. Jancilen Uranlea. The Knox Rock blasting company, of Pittsburg, has secured an injunction no-Hi nut the kerber-Jacob reO stone company before Jndge Severene in the n tl Kratea court at Aiaraueiie, lor nilnir its avateni without a license. --The- Portage Kntry -quarry company uses the ejtem, but under ft'eense1 trow the Knox Kuck blasting company, anu iue latter company is determined tnai. in fairness to its licensees, it will stop any further unlicensed use of its system. What Dromises to be one of tbe most nleasant social events which has taken place ia lied Jacket for many a day is the dance to be given by tbe firemen at the Onera lloutw on tomorrow evening. number of tickets have been sold and all indications point to a large attend ance. If you cannot attend purchase a ticket and helo the boys out. Tbe best orchestra dance music in the copper eountr the Ideal orchestra will furnish music, and everything possinie 10 aaa 10 the evening's pleasure will be done. The Evelvn Gordon company will open an engagement of one week at tbe Opera House on Monday evening next in we popular comedy drama, "Lady Audley'a Secret." with a change of plar nightly for the balance of the week. Tbe com- nanv contains twelve people and will in troduce some high class specialties each evening during tneir stay, j ne prices) have been placed at 10 cents, witn o rents extra for reserved seats, and no doubt the capacity af the hall will be tested each night. Teutonla Lodge. No. 2, O. D. II. S., in- stalled tbe following officers Sunday afternoon: President P. P. Ziehr Vice-President John Nelpp. Secretary W. J. Arndt. Mnanciai secretary i nanes rvoen. Treasurer Math hautn. Trustee Matt B. Messner. Representatives I'eter Kramer and John Birk. Guide John Blrk. Jr. inside Watch Edward Huber Outside Watch-Harry Uartmann. Finance Committee George Brill, John Birk aad Jacob Koch. TIIF.Y UOHK UOXOERM. i.laae Blower Interest Crowds Br Tbelr Dsxteroue Performance. A large number have attended the en tertainment of tbe Libby Glass Mowers now showing under tent at the corner oi riith and Portland streets, and have found it a most interesting affair. The skillful artists perform truly wonderful feats with glass, spinning it into the finest threads imaginable, glossy as sa tin, and soft and pliable as the finest silk lhe troupe Is part of the company that exhibited on the Midway during the orld s Fair, and at that time made beautiful dress of glass for the Spanish princess, Lulalie. Strange objects of all kinds are manufactured from the crystal ranging from pens to miniature ships On account of the big crowds at night ladies and children are requested to at tend tbe afternoon reception from 2 to o clock and evening from 7 to 10. lie member everyone receives a handsome prenent free of charge. ARE "STOTJ. FOR Silver? The Tied Jacket Base Ball Club has" r- qvested the Erenlng New. to atat that i Ufa desiroua of meeting any elub il HAmrhtnn count r. barring none. The dub has defeated everything it met this seriaoa, and the only cluM it naa no met, are tbe old Calumet, club and the Hough ton club. . Fiftv minutes nnder the searchlight at the Salvation Army dall tonight. Ire the old world to the ne. Ueantiful die solving views. Admission, 10 cents. All are invited. Conductor Joe Urfels, of the Mineral Range railroad. Is ofl duty for a few weeks on a Tlslt with friends at 8anlt Sta. Marie, Joseph Michaels is on In his place. The Hon. U. M. Iloar. accompanied by Mr. Heavenrich. of tbe firm oi Heaven rich Bros., of Detroit, waa taking in the sights of copperdom's capital thla after- nnnrt Mr. i). o. Kidder, of the Tamarack re aso accepted. We promise in exchange mine onice, ni wur, uuuirr bu i;,,... m .v. ... .. rr. . rti.v.-t cr llll lllfiS'Lti. iJ tiT are rueiicaiing at copper naroy rupleol weeks. -viisv Dfijucva - i. m m t t.!. ' IK L .1 y ni''- iKit!(V i Capt. Joeiah llosklbg and wile, re turned from anexienaea visit in .1 1 . llo England. The captain reports a jolly I Call and SCO US. good time. Gold of - Wo tako either in payment for Stoves, Cutlery or : Builders' or National Bik oles i.HiridstitaioniTPipnr . ilJDIfIL l:J lW UlVA JPO PH r t Carlton Hardware Co. PLD Are exploded every day. Formerly the! people considered all beer good, but since the Sltebioh Stock of tbe Bosh Boew- iNQ Co. was placed on tbe market, this old idea waa exploded. . Tbe people now know there is only one best, and that ia tbeSrrEWOR Stock beer. All dealers sell It. ' Mrs. John Watson of Osceola returned home yesterday afternoon from Negaunee where she was called by the illness of a friend. Do You Want a Bicycle? - We have on band One '915 Victor, slight used. - ? 1. 4 - , r : One '96 Cleveland. Two '96 26-inch Ladies Wheels. We offer you tha above at rare bargains, to eloae out. A second hand one-horse platform spring wagon, made br Kaiser, for sale cheap. FRANK B. LYON. COLUMBUS BUGGY CO., OOLTJTVmXJS, OHIO, ExcLcain MiitCTACTCHiBs or the Highest or FERRIS -WAISTS, T ': V'orlWe, cilldreA, Mlasea,tooniUdl The Best Made, And coat no mora than cheaper fl Dt Wa' -: JJ5c, 60c, TOc, 75c; fl and ,f 1.3.1. ... . , i -;: - : " r Ferris Corset Waists, ; :' With Clasp Front, White. Drab and Fast Black. Only 97 Cents. .o&'sjlboeica.ing Ob C. B. J.Vivian, et Any Size in White, Drab and Fast Black. Special Value 97c J:r..&Go. Mpii in hmiwt All LMligh radd. One thing is certain better furniture of serviceable quality has never been presented. It is all first-class; nothing shop-worn; an 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 Mr. David Ilammel, of the well known firm of Hammell Bros., of Wisconsin, Is here with a car load of horses for sale, there are some heavy working horses and some fine driving teams. Mr. ilammel has a large connection in this district and is a very reliable man and therefore anvone wanting a team or horee could not do better than give him a commis sion to purchase one for him should none of tbe teams he now bas at ureensnleid s barn meet their fancy. A match game of base ball bas been ar ranged tor Saturday afternoon at the Athletic park, between tbe Calumet and Uougbton clubs, hoddy and uenwtck will be tbe battery for the Calumets, while Haley and Haas will act in the same capacity lor the Houghtons. Tbe game will be called, at 4:15. Admission 25 cents. Miss Ilattie Haas, of East Houghton, is visiting friends in Calumet and lied Jacket, tbe guest of tne Misses Hermann. Mr. Charles Whiting, who is about to make his here on High Grade Work. Olson's Furniture Store, Scott Street avS b Carriash.Wpns. Surreys. W Cabriolets', six passengers i raps, - DUn m r- (3 i rvrvi sir PftnnrHc A. conRoad. Wagons, speeders. Etc. euy xne Keynara noausicr James R. Dowie, of Marshall Field A Co., is uo from Chicago on bis regular trip to the copper country. , . ' Wanted A girl to do general house work. Apply at No. 124, old Tamarack. Mips Anna Uennes, of Houghton, is visiting friends here for a short time. Mr. James Tacbell, Jr, arrived home from Detroit last evening. . v , Mr. and Mrs, John Heebner are visiting at the u oat son residence. If rou awiaeM 6 at-'pf the boYeSehlclea, remember cimsiitaera generally, throufbout the whote length andb'reiuniiof the land know if tbey wanVfTO abso lutely reliable rebels, thej mast biione manufactured by ye apqrt.ttm.- ' F. A. Wieder, Red Jacket Asent for the County of Houghton. . . Model VC" The funeral of the daughter of Mr. Thomas Rosewsrne will be held tomorrow afternoon, leaving the residence at 2:30 o'clock, proceeding to the Calumet M. K. Church, where services will be held, tre Kev. Ir. Hunter and Rev. Laatman nmc- iating. Interment will be at Lake iew. Mr. John Rarkel, representative of a steel company, who bas been visiting Mr, Joseph I'bvnoweth for the past few days, left at noon for Chicago, his home. This was Mr. Rarkel s first vitut here and be was agreeably surprised at the magni tude of tbe mining machinery. . - DKATHs, . VAKt)F.N-On tbe SM Inst . at Manhattan. I'hlirippa Anna Vivian, wife of Mr. William Warden, aged 6s years. The funeral will take pi act) tomorrow i Friday) afternoon. Irartnit t he residence at 2 o'clock. Tbe body will 13 Interred at tbe Eagle River oemetery. UTt SU. In U..rr,l.. .Its..- n V, It'hdKet, wlfvof Mr. Klchard Welsh, aged fii I - years. Tbe funeral will be at tbe Pacreri Heart church Saturday morning at 9 o'olock Advertised Letter List Calumet V. O., July 22, 1890. Tbe Calumet Light Gaurd bas nearly ora Dieted the regular ride practice. Lieut. Thielman, who will have charge of the squad which goes out tomorrow afternoon wiHbes those wbo intend to go to be on band at the armory at two o' clock in the afternoon. Anderson, Olivia Hyrra, Matti Itenum, U ret he Clcanvater. F. O. Uunters, Marttn Ilarrlo, Amy Harrington, H. W. Harris. Fred 121 Ivy, Dick Mrs. Inpola, Kalsa Mrs. James, George Kovach. Miko Laplerre. Exzilda Ollla. Selma Kuhlmakl, Hecka Kova, Johanna angrsss. M. Talinl, Alms Tombulson, J. A. Turk, A'lolt I'uk. Nihulans Walls, Johan Willett, H.J. Whlttier L. E. Zagar, Hate P. W. Grtciwon, P. U. ansa: One of the P hest HlgH' tirade Wheels . ion'the Market; v ' " Bicycles and Bicycle Outfits The members of our local Rod and Gun club have a chance of distinguishing themselves by attending the flrtt annual tournament to be given by the gun club at Menominee, on August 15 and 10, when various prizes and amounts will be shot for. Mstlre. Parties having bills against Helping Hand Tent, No. fl4, 1. O. R., are request ed to send them in by Saturday evening, next, for settlement. Alfred Rh iuuim. Hank Statement. That mlnlstrelsv will alwavs be dodu laeia shown by the large business being aone oy tne leading companies on the road. Richards & l'ringles' Famous Georgia Minstrels who appear at tbe Opera House in this city tonizht. IsDack Intr the houHes In every city along tb line, and are giving a nrat class show as is shown by tbe following: "If yon misHed tbe Richards Sl I'rin gle's Famous Georgia minstrels at the Grand Opera House last night you cer tainly missed a rare treat. The show was uproariously funny from beginning to close, and it was witnessed by a large and appreciative audience. This com pany Is undoubtedly tbe very best col ored minstrel company on the road. The dancing was splendid, the singing superb, and the specialties unequaled." Hunter, the balloonist, made a very prettv ascension in Red Jacket last even ing shortly before dusk, which whs a sue cess In everv way. About 8,000 people congregated in the public square at the corner l Serenih and him streets and watched the big balloon slowly fill with air and it was almost M o'clock when tbe signal to let go was given. The big bal loon rose slowly sailing a little way to the east. When np about 1,000 feet Hunter dropped with the parachute, which was not slow in opening and whh made the descent very easy. He Meat market ror Male. Owing to ill health I am anxious to dispose of my business with all utensils, wagons, horses, etc., complete as a run ning concern. For further particulars apply to I banes halassa, Fine street. The Merchants' & Miners' Rank this morning received a telegram stating the Qnincy mining company bad de clared a regular dividend of 4 and an extra dividend of f 2, payable August 17 A large number of people, mostly French-Canadians, left on the special train over tbe Mineral Range railroad last evening to take in tbe annual excur sion to the shrine of St. Anne de Reaupre. Our stock of saah, doors and mould ings Is the btt in the market. We carry the largest stock of interior finish In the copper eountry.' ' vj.i;t-.?i;'.t rj-, i ABMHTROSO-TmftLWAITlA UKKR ft j ' i .i m i. ..i...r.-;. a At Rickard'a art studio. "Lauri urn fwk have chosen Wednesday of each week as Baby day, and special attention will be given to children and babies on that day of every wtek. Cabinets, f 2 per doien. Misses Rose and Frank Daniel returned yesterday afternoon from Chicago where tney nave been visiting friends for the past tew weeks. A Mr. Guntber. of that city, accompanied tbem borne. UK port or tiik cowniTiox or the Merchants' & Miners' Hank at Calu met, Michigan, at tbe close of businesa, July 14th, KEBOCRCES: Loans and discounts N77.7S2 01 htot-kH. bonds, mortgagea, etc 98,1(10 00 Overdraft 499 2 Furniture and fixtures 4.K7 60 Other real estate 2,473 00 Due from nanka In reserve cities.... 204,072 IS I ue from other banks and bankers . . WIS 82 Premium aooount ., AW0 08 ( hecks and earth Items 474 49 Nic kels and cents - 810 00 Ooldooln 37,000 00 hllvcrcoln 4.(WQ 10 U. H. and National Dank Notes ' 63,777 00 Total 886.699 12 liabilities: Capital Htock paid In furtuis runa 1100.000 00 36,000 00 pmi Undivided Droflts less current tx penses. Interest and taxes paid.... 14.3M 49 Dividends unpaid 4.WO 00 Commercial dcpoKltssubJPct to check 724.1W M commercial ocrtincaies oi aepotut. . Forelsn Exchange.. Due to banks and bankers........ (Vilfction aooount Washington Life Insurance Co... Total .... 12,000 00 j m uu I.0M ol 29 M 131 S8 .1896,609 12 Do You Waint to Build a House? If So, See BAJARI & ULSETH, Contractors and Builders, and Dealer If All Kinds of Lumber, Sash. Doors, Moulding, Also Brick and Lime. In tact everything in tbe lumber line, and of the very beet and latest pattern. Yard at Foot of Portland Street. For Anything in the Lumber Line; :K " 1 ,ri -T ' Our new department of High Grade Bicycle is destined to tie a Tfrr popular one. The 1 100 wheel for 85, are guaranteed for a year. Onr bicycle outfits, Huits, Stockings and Caps are beyond a doubt superior of anything else' offered in lied Jacket; combined with the great assortment to choose from, that erery persoa Is sure to be pleased. Then comes our bicycle shoe, -:-THE SCORCHER-:- RAT TRAP PROOF, , . . . , The most popular shoe now in use, made of Kangaroo and a fine ccrdaran, at prices within reach of all. . STEP IN AND BE CONVINCED. EDWARD K.irAJSTt6q: Our Regular Reduction Sale Baa been in progress; we have been and will continue for a few weeks longer offering vuw cijr uunt k(bu ui ciuuiiDg mat, is prooucea anywbsra at price tnai must mote it price that hate been moving it at a hot pace for tha last three weeksprioea that you honestly can't afford to miss. In addition to this, we include at special prices a few things you'll surely need. HTAIK or MlCHIOAN, CO. Or IIOCOBTOR, SS. I. Henry 8. Colton, cashier of the abova nanxMl bank, do solemnly swear that tbe above statement la true to tho best of my knowledge and belief. II K.N II Y 8. COLTON. Cashier. huhscrlncd and sworn to before me this 23rd day of July, 1W6. STEPHEN PALLL. HoUKbum Co. Mich. - , . rBTPK rtfPI'F., JH., Qt'JVl MMJta- JUUN DUNCAN, i trsr ft r.ni Vi fTgter"7Jt,rT GrO TO THE $15 SUits $ 1 2 Suits That'awhatthe sold for and rt" f tbey were well worth It. ' aT Vf-iJW Now they are , And good Mler' at that. Golnthe reduction sale at $7.75 are only Each evenlnK this week at OATES' AtlOTlON MAKT. by the Depot, at u'uiook, the bal ance of Mr. Ilendra's furniture and other ffecta. Mill and Yard at South Lake Linden. Branch Yard and Office at Red Jacket. Jacob Gartner- Remember the only ground floor studio In theeounty is Rickard'a at Laurium. ou don t have to climb any stairs. We are right down on the ground floor. Edwix Mkah, Operator. Miss Maggie fiowan, of Ranlt Hfe. Marie, is visiting friends in tbe city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. F, H. Carlton. Khe i accompanied by a young lady friend. , . jj. j 11 ' V 1 In addition to onr lumber business, we carry uu hub ui ume, orici, cement ana piaster oi pans. - Abmstroxo-Thim mm l.i MitrR Co, Private Sale. s. OlMOM, THR ITMORRTAKKR Kiottoal smhalmer and t uneral Ulreo tsbllshed tn 117a. Soott ftreet, Bed tor. I Jaoka. Talapboas sarrlea. yyonwytiy ttenoq to, As nlibt calls f 25 Bedroom Suit for........ 15 Coal Stove lor 15 Kitchen Stove for 118 Carpet tor.....'...,' $10 Iron bedsteads for...... ia.50 Springs for...;...:...,. ..10 00 .. 10 00 ... 7 &0 ... 8 50 .... 5 50 ... 1 00 I"AII the above eial to new. Row oo sale at OATE81AUfrtl(T)?f MAKT. by the Mineral fJange PepoV Bons Calumet Encampment, No. 77, T. 0 O. F.j will Install offloers and transact other Import ant business at the meeting Friday evening, and a large attendanoa la requested. No. i. Junior it their regular ck aharn. All ravmbara r reqmaated to attend. t Thee willeiw,u meettrit at tkeOnoe- otaUounmi.Mo. I. I. O. K. M ., tomorrow w noayj ariernonn, at I :W) o'clock In t heir hall . . M JArtli rKMIMAN, ULVBRUUYMA5I. . . , I'oevlwwtis. Kenperof iyotir , . . (Morie washinrton l-odire. - of St. Uoorse. will ho d meeting on Saturday at lo'olock sharp. There will he a nwmit muii.. n., '. Lode. No. m. V. A. on Tha raday even log. July 28, stT:30 .harp. ".Work "n third S i.. w. KILLMAR, Secretary. -A mtlng of Union Temnle of Honor sired. attendant ( KOWL1NO, Keo. No W ulTi, '"Ipl-ar Hand Tent. jMo. H, 1. O, K., will be he if Satunlar eva log. July V, when tbe third degree will bXlunl 5'9 lh.f ho are entnR iSd wT.fJ; rewive iu a ara requested to atund. i Tent. No. Jo, I. O. K., will be held on Thurs. day evening. July tl. at 7:l. A full attend. an;1arenaeW. A. iscOMBf' . THE PALACE C3EAT MARKET. i.,V-; . ' I '. ; Xh finest quality of all kinds of Fresh, Salted and Smoked Meats. ' , ,. . Poultry, Fish, Effijs, Cheese, Etc, -A.t Uio Lowest Friooo in tlie Oity. wLuin2l of a"" Fresh. DallyV White Rose Kettle-Hendered Lar Pure, Sweet and Clon. Orders Bv Telenhnnn r..v..w , ivriiipuj ntivi luvu i vi Po. Pinaicg' in UnVK (or -ufcma'r Outli g. ,o can bare ham. oookrf on the" ahortest notice. S UKJCOTOrj Ci JAHC0.