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Tbe Fifth Kesri meat U a fatorite with
spectators and vUitors, and whoever
tbe northern country boys turn out oa
the parade ground they do not fil to
attract attention. Tbe drill torn morn
ing under command of Major lHuglaa
mg unuer rommana 01 .uaior iuugiai
They Are Comfortably I to the Brt battalion, and rapt. wioio
Quartered at Island
PraiieN For 'Our" Hand l!oy.
The Jill Ilia (ietUu lwu to M crk-
Swtdlth Lathetaaeta Indicate
Xw Chart a ft under.
l-i.AM) Lawk, Mich.. August IS
Col. F. II. Lyon, of tbe Fifth Kegimeut,
arrived here with hi command and the
regimental band at 1:30 thin afternoon.
The journey by water from St. Ignace
was completed at 9:.'10 o'clock Tuesday
morning, w ben the four I'pper Feninnula
companies of the Fifth Uegiment, the
regimental band, and two companies of
the Tnird Itegiinent, Cheboygan and Al
liens, reached Ietroitontbe steamer City
of Mackinac. Tbe weather during the
entire trip was delightful, there being no
sea and tbe atmosphere of just tbe right
temperature to be pleasant Bitting out
upon the decks.
Tbe band gave a concert on the bal
cony of tbe grand saloon and covered
themselves with glory, as tbe excursion
ists on board, tothe number of some 500,
were greatly surprised that such music
ians would bail from a place so far out in
the backwoods as tbey supposed that
Calumet was. One of the excursionists, a
Mr. J. M. Nichols, who is a wealthy man
ufacturer of New York city, stated to tbe
News correspondent: ''That band is tbe
equal of any like organization, of tbe
same number of pieces. In America," and
other eastern people were as loud as Mr,
Nichols in giving utterance to their ap
preciation of the band's music. A Detroit
newspaper fiend remarked at company
headquarters this afternoon that from
w hat be bad beard in Petroit about tbe
band from copperdom, he was very much
afraid tbe Fourth Regiment band, of De
troit would not beinit atcampthisyear.
CAM I" XoTKS,
ine camping niace oi lompany D is
beautifully located, onlv a few feet from
a grove, and tbe bovs have already got
tea things in ship-shape, and areprepared
for tbe duty before them.
On tbe trip down the lakes Sergeant
Kemp was confined to his stateroom on
account of illness, but is now all right
and on duty.
Mr. Stephen Freeman, of Ward's band,
Milwaukee, is with the Fifth Regiment
band, playing clarionet in place of Ed
Rye, who was unable to come to camp.
The camp has just been named "Camp
Snyder, in honor of Rrig. Gen. Snyder.
At this writing, 5 p. m., Company C, of
Munistique, and A, of Rig. Rapids,
1 ifth Regiment, have not yet arrived in
camp. The former company is totent in
tbe rear of the Light Guard.
i nvaie cu coinns, oi lompany I), is
acting quartermaster sergeant, by ap
pointment of Col. Lyon.
au? mcuey tamiiy, ci Houston, are
caterers for the members of tbe Light
Guard, and if the standard of rations is
sued at dinner today is to be maintained
during our entire stay in camp tbe boys
will be well satisfied, for there is no reas
on for tbe sluchtest complaint.
in the second, attracted more attention
than did any other regiment on tbe field,
and still the boys claim they can ImproT
on it before camp breaks.
ItodleatloB Iter Ires,
Rgir ning w ith this evening, services
will lie held at tbe Swedish Lutheran
church in connection with its dedication
and will be continued until after Sunday,
which day will be one long to be remem
bered by the members of that church
as an eventful one in the church's hie
tory, for it will mark the turning over of
their handsome brownstone church, at
tbe corner of Sixth and Armory streets.
to the work of their master.
Tbe service this evening wi t be a mis
sion service and there will also be a
preaching service commencing at S:fl0.
The second service will be held tomorrow-
afternoon at 2 o'clock and w ill be of spe
cial interest to members of the church
At 7:30 tomorrow evening another ser
vice will be held. This will be addressed
by Dr. I J. Sward, of Omaha, president
of the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran
church of America, and one of the most
earnest workers in tbe church. He is
also an excellent speaker in the Svedish
language and a large Dumber will un
doubtedly be present to hear him
Sunday morning services will be held
and holy communion will be adminis
to red by the visiting pastors. In the af
teruoon the real dedication service will
be held, when the ad J res appropriate to
the occasion will be given bv Rev. Dr,
Sward. Rev. F. A. Johnson, pastor of
the Swedish Lutheran church, of Mar
quette, will also speak in English. The
choir has prepared a special musical pro
gram for this service. A large number
of pastors from different parts of the
country are expected to attend and the
greatest of interest is taken in tbe affair
by the members of the church. Among
the visiting pastors are ReT. J. Bork, of
I-hpeming: Rev. J. Truedson, of Xeeau
nee; Rer. J. A. Brodin, of Manistee; Rev
II. kollander, of Norwav: Rev. E. Ead-
man, of Iron Mountain, beside the Rev.
Johnson, of Marquette, and the Re?.
Sward, of Ishpeming, already mentioned
ine lie?, uenner. oi Stockholm, Wis., is
also expected. Mr. Rehner was tbe pre
decessor of Rev. Rydman. the present
pastor, and has manv friends here. Rev.
C. O. Olander, ol Marinette, who was the
founder of the local church in 1877, and
who did much to bring it to its present
state of healthy existence, will also be
here. All these gentlemen are pastors of
tbe churches in their towns and hard
workers in the Swedish Lutheran church.
Tbe church to be dedicated is one of
tbe best and most expensive in the cop
per country and stands a monument to
the hard work of the pastor and his
An item mwArMl in the F!en!nir Vicars
ol Wednesday referring to a little trouble
wnico occurred at the pavilion tneatre
to previous evening, and which m unjust
to the management; for Mrs. Newell in
forms us the man who drew the revolver
wnm nnt rrn nwlftl atlf h the eh.iw fnrthee
than havinir rwn riiMi.ih.i hv th n t hop.
I tie here as a special police to keep order.
As mar b imiurined. Mr. Newell I mm a.
aiaiei.v dispensed wun ine services oi sucn
an officer, as ha thought the anerinl
should have someone appointed to keep
mm in oruer.
The Tamarack nennle it anneaim. it ail i
arrangements to supply the good tb Dg i
to tbe children who attended their p tnil
witnout cnanre. and tbe neonle. hen en
very generous, sent more than was tcdi
ailr needed bv the Touniratera. em. n
after the children had been very libtrtviy
BUDDlied. the crown-un twranni nn it
were invited to partake, no charge being
made, except lor the ice cream. And even
then theT did not Hear it all tin. uv.
era! basketsful were still left, which were
afterwards distributed around the loca
The eienraion whirh vm to tinve hin
given last evening by the Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor of the Red
jacKet congregational cnurcn and which
was nostDoned on account of the inelem
ency ot tbe weather, will be given this
evening, ine special tram over the It.
T. L. railroad will conrev th eimi-ninn.
ists to Lake Linden where the barge will
te taken and tbe evening spent in jruis
mg aoout lorcn lAke
(Jeorae Rerrrman of the Itnn Ton inn.
sonai pariors, was in uougnton yesterday
and made arrangements for the nneninir
of a tonsorial parlor in that city under
the Douglass agency. Tbe new shop will
be ready for business by September 1, and
Mr. Rerrvman will irive it his npraonsl
attention. Messrs. Ikrrvman A Hender
son are gen ue men who understand their
Miss A ernes, daughter of Mrs. Cnulette
was quietly married at 8.30 last evening
to Mr. (Jut Flahertv at the home of the
bride, at No. 128 Calumet street, Lauri
urn. The ceremony was performed by
tbe Rer. S. T. Morris in the nreeenre of a.
lew invited guests and relatives. Roth
young people are well known here and
have many friends who wish them evrv
success in married life. They will reside
on Tamarack street, Laurium
The water rates for the villtre of llml
Jacket for the term engine IWrmlmr :tt
1890, are due and payable at tbe office of
ine secretary oi tee water board in tbe
village council room. AH net-sons Are re
quested to call and pay same between
now and October 1. 189C.
1st order of
VV. . Lllis, Secretary.
caiumet neonie will ha trented to a
rare musical entertainment next Thurs
day evening, when Miss Nina Virginia
bastman, the famous soprano, will give
a concert at tbe CAlumet M. E. church,
assisted by some of tbe beet local talent
Miss Eastman is a sinirer of exceptional
a unity, and undoubtedly will have a
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Agents for Starrett's Brown & Sharp's,
and Welles' Machinists' Tools. Any make o
tools furnished at Factory Prices, so patron
ize home concerns.
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.,
Agents for Worthington's Pumps and Meters.
COLUMBUS BUGGY CO.,
Eiclcbitx MAwuriCTCHBia or the Own est or
High Grade Work.
Carriages, Beach Wagons, Surreys,
Cabriolets, Six Passengers, Traps,
Phaetons, Buggies, Concords,
Gents' Road Wagons, Speeders, Etc.
ff vol I an in naaA f mrtm nf lli. aknu - n
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. m v " .vuttvu uuu uimutu ui uio tauu, iuuw ii tucT wauv nil buhu
u " v '"lauio Tf-uiiic, nirjr iuuhc uuy one manufaciurea Dy me bdoto nrm.
F. A. Wieder,
Red Jacket Asent for the County of Houghton.
Cami' Svm)i:k, Aucust 10
Today is the firnt day of actnel mili
tary life fur the boys of the Michigan Xa
tional (Juard, although campojened last
night. '1 be firnt guard was posted last
night at C, o'clock and was made up of
four men from each company. This
morning Eve companies of the Fifth were
out on drill including Co. D, ot Calumet,
and F, of Houghton, and tonight Co. I)
goes on guard duty, a double dose for a
Tl. . 1 .
l u- eievuun oi a major to fill vacancy
caused by tbe resignation of J. P. Feter-
mann. will take place Saturday afternoon
and considerable speculation is indulgfd
in by tbe boys of the Fifth as to which
one oi tne captains will be chosen. Capt.
window, lo. If, Ironood. is a canrfi
date, but as Capt. G rierson is the senior
oflicerbeniaT be chosen, although it is
understood that the latter has not offered
So lar there has been but little sickness
or duabllity in camp and none at all in
tbe Fifth. A member of Co. C, Fourth
Regiment, is laid up in tbe hospital suffer
mg with a severe shock to the brain
caused during nkirminh firing bv a man
in tbe rear rank discharirinir his rifl
while :be muzzle was close to tbe ear of
the injured man.
A member of Co. R, Fourth R-eiment.
filled up on booze, smuggled into camp,
ana tried to be funny last night. He
dresned himself in female attire and
wandered about the camp during the
nignt. rinally he stumbled unexpected
iy onto the guard line and in a few min
utes found himself in the iruard hou.
where be was compelled to remain in his
"make up" until this morning, when he
was stripped of bis uniform nnd sent to
his home in Detroit.
A rumor got around camp last evening
tnat a member of Co. I, of Calumet. hnH
falkn off a dray and broken his collar
bone. The injured man was a private
from Co. A, Fifth Regiment, not Co. t
lie broke his collar bone while wrestling
on tbe company street with John Rowett,
ol iron wood.
The soldiers will l compelled to put in
long nours wniie in ramp thi year, the
day being no Ifss than 1m hours long
lap will not b. Hounded until ll:.J0
o'clolf, which is 1 hour later than here
tofore. As predicted in these columns in
former correspondence, the Fifth Itdintrv
band has proved tl bigg st drawlnir
card on the grounds, outside of the two
companies of regulars and the .Nineteenth
Infantry band. Whenever tbe band from
Won Hy One Pol of.
Ry tar, tbe most interesting bowling
match that has ever been played here
was tbe one at the Capitol bowling al!ev
lust evening, between tne English-Amer-
i'n and (j-rnian-Ainerirnn rlnha h
first of the series of three 'or the silver
cup sent by Capt. Walker. The match
was close all the way through, a differ
ence of four balls being tbe widest in the
score at any time in the game. At the
fiainh the Eniflh rnerirnna' ut rron
bad to make twelve pins to win the
game and eleven to tie, and be made the
twehe, winning the game for theEnglish-
AmericabH by a score of .107 to 3(,(
amid the greatest excitement.
This is the first game of tbe series.
The second will be played next Thurtdav
evening, and the third, if necessarv. on
tne loiiowing ihursdaT.
Following is the score of last evening's
er..Atll. runt. Fn-Am
?.""l,lky M. Tlioiim 24
I UIMtr HI na .i.
tt 'U Utrrn Z
!'M'r M E. lliinnas.'.' .'.'."m
The public are warned against cross
ing over the old baseball field to and
from tbe Mineral Range depot and Mine
street, aa it is dangerous becauoe of tbe
blasting of old casting with dynamite.
I ALCMKT AND UFA UK MINI. NO Co.
S. B. Wurrixd. General Manager.
K Hive I
J. Wei tin .
.il K. Kic-lmrdH.,
. 4H Toms
Arguments are sure to convince. If you
will give the Superior stock beer of the
Rosch Brewing Co. one trial vmi will ha
convinced that no better beer can be
made. All dealers sell it.
Had a od Crowd.
Jewell s pavilion was a center of at.
traction again last evening, when "The
Rlack Flag," an excellent corned v in five
acts, was produced to a good sued audi-
ence. 1 he play has been nut on here l
several companies, and Knox Gavin has
taken a leading role in tbe same olav
wnen it was put on before. The nresen.
tation last evening was certainlv as pond
us nas oeen given here and many who
saw it before were more than pleased with
last evening's performance. Knox Gavin
was up to bis usual form. Miss IMatt wa
tirst-class and Gracie Tyson, as tbe little
boy, won tbe plaudits of tbecrowd. The
musical selections were very good and
tbe quartette was repeatedly called out.
uy requestThe Sidewalksof New York'
will be presented tonight.
ine vmara Uil people onened at the
Opera House last evening and played to
a crowded house. The entertainment,
wnicti, or course, is only used for hdver.
tising purpose, is certainly worth sever-
al times the priceof admission. .1 nut. rail
in and judge for yourself.
(eltlnc It Down Flue,
The fire teams are practicing reimioHf
and are getting so that t hey can get into
place in pretty swift time. Thtm.
irj metrics: tnree times a dav tn vr,
cue in good practice. This morning a
lew spectators wer. in the engine room
uen superintendent Rosson rang tbe
ieii. iehorw.ii nor. ..f. - a
ume out tney were out ol their hIaIU
in tneir proper places in front of tbe en-
Kmc nun none cart n cms tim ft... u
takes to tell it, without a word from the
.r.,.pier. 1 lie horses are left loose in
their stalls and the door of h-
uru""r an aiann a tnrn u it
takes but a second to get tha drop-bar,
Tbe foundation of the new Rwediah M
h. church on Sixth street it riem-lv .m
pietea ana tne corner atone for tbe new
building will be laid next Sunday after
noon at .1 o'clock with annrnnrinta
Vice. Tne Revds. S. T. Mnrria nmln. nl
the Red Jacket Congregational church,
ana t. . j,astman of tbe Calumet M. E.
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cuurcu, win maite auaresses on tne oc-
totsii-A single wagon at Dover
creek, Usceola township. Owner can
have same by proving property and pay.
ing tor tuis aa.
Dover Creek, Osceola Township.
The OnlKaaaliia- Club
Mr. Dee baa asked ns tn annntinra thnf
members of tbe clnb will have tbe privi
lege of introducing their friends, non-
members, at the entertai
given at tbe clnb b .use tomorrow (Sat
urday) evening by tbe Salisbury orcbes-
All nersons indebted to me fl re renneut.
ed to call at my edop on Fine street and
settle their accounts before the .'list of
August. All the account not then Da id
will be Dlaced in tbe bands of n ttm.
ney lor collection.
Sleat Market For Sale.
Owing tO 111 health I am en nrm. n
dispose of my business with all utensils,
wagons, norees, etc , complete aa a run-
ning concern. For further particulars
appiy to cnanea tsaiassa, l'ine Street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Runnrhf nf nnrta.
lo, who have been visiting relatives here
for some time past, left today on the
mum on iceir way nome.
Mr. Richards, the veterlnarv rlentlat la
in the country and can be found at Slat-
tery & Hyan'a or McDonald i!t Jacka'a
Wa.NTKH Two eneriretle men kn ar
iiirniMn gooa nona, to collect. Apply by
leuer. Aaaress. "jv . r. " this nsner.
Mneh interest is felt a
pushers of the cue in the tournament now
in progress at Alert s billiard hall.
- i.i"uii.ui tasesuui a second to get tha droD-hir I
coppcrdom turni out tbe.v get tha crowd qgbupi n place nod erprTtbliiff readr to MT",.AK,0vll".im moo,y cow. "J
twotftnnhrtbotberorjf,n!.atlnns. taor-. ' Tiutcgr r-aaT -9 JjJJ 'Jf CU7
Do You Want to Build a House?
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BAJARI & ULSETH,
Contractors and Builders, and Dealers in All Kinds of
ifumber. Sash, Doors, .Moulding,
s - , Also Brick and Lime.
In fact everything in the lumber line, and of the very best and latest pattern.
Yard at Foot of Portland Street.
Are as good as gold, and our lum-
oer is as good as they make it.
YOU want to DUV LUMBER and wp
m w X. A. 11 ' J V T. 1
wcaiil lu sen it. unaer tneifi Cir
cumstances, hadn't you better let
us quote you onces on anvthincr
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Armstrona-Tliielman Liler Co.
IT MUST BE APPARENT
ETen to the most careless observer,
That M. JOHNSON'S
13 THE CHEAPEST IN TOWN.
421 PINE STREET. RED .IAPct uiol.
aw , ivuvri.
Good workmen should apply at once to
Mr. Faul Hoehm, Calumet.
Theodlce of the Armstrons-Thielman
lumber company is being improTed by
the addition of another room.
Mrs. Charles Barquist returned Yester
day afternoon from a vif.it with friends
at Iron Mountain.
Wanted A good jrirl to do general
housework. Apply to A. T. Lewis.
Thurtell, tbe expert optician, will be
in the city In a few days. Look out for
him and reserre oiders.
C OE.MOW. Til v
" Cr"? Kmhal mor and Funi.r.T Th
Jacket. Telephone serrloe. And nWtJm.
proniotlT attended to. K 1 cu,
K ATM M.
HOFFMAN On the 2o lnut at p.,a, i.
Mrs. Elmbtb Hotrmt fc?J2rSA
yenrs. leaving one son. VWciluSZ? ..
onodftUKhUsr. Mrs. BlettSrol 'Lake i
The appearance of Hennes store has
been greatly improTfd by a new coat of
Ne well's farmer band attracted a eood
deal of attention on the streets this noon.
Dr. R. D. Jones has placed a new me
tallic telephone in bis office.
TheY. il.C. A. directors will meet la
tbs reading room this STenlng.
Ed Ulseth left at nooq for 0bkosh on
McLF.A N-8H F.HI FF On th icm, i a .
Mel. McU.ntoMWT"ac;8berlffnHt ' Mr"
lI18IIOP.pGLfiOW.On the 20 ln. . .
home of the brldo', pare"?. ' ? V"1 ,,,e
low avenue. Uurlumr wnm 0 A W"
to Mil Annie Vallow tn. "Um "'"hop
will ree.de 0. &rfu ,UP'
erenln. 4m 22. aT! S'oteS '!i.d.hHB !Ul7
for the tnnuM.im.Vi Ji ' . ,n their hall.
neee, and a ful
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Inf. Atin;uit8, and a larre aii-iiT"''"? ev
tl T reriueeted. m f 't""'!" ' e
MLY UEKUVMAN, v. of li.
panmn, .r- rVueVte" tftf&A A"
J. Vivian, Jr. & Co,
NEW AND STYLISH
For Fall and Winter Wear
In the popular ahadea. '
Come in I '.aids, Stripes and Temian pattenn.
AT THE POPULAR PRICES;
S 1.25, S 1.50, S2, S2.25 AND $3,
All haTe detachable collars and cuffi in H
navy, myrtle, black and white. . K"iet,
Genuine Ostri and Coaiie Feailier Bias,
In all the stylish lengths. Nothing adds more to comfort and dre.
For Evening Wear
Tbeee boas are the proper thing.
("fpgUPf 18-inch, with Ribbon Strings.
40 a neauiy ,
Feather Boas: ni KxtraiieaTy
GENUINE OSTRICH BOAS, $2.91 TO $8.73.
Hargains i fnifiire,
All Migh rade.
One thing is certain better furniture of
serviceable quality has never been presented.
It is all 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. Callat
Olson's , Furniture Store,
Buy the Reynard Roadster
One of the Finest High Grade Wheels
on the Market.
Bicycles and Bicycle Outfits
Our new department of High Grade I.icrcleM ia destined to lie a verv notmlar
" 1UB LW WDPPI Ior re guaranteed lor a year. Our bicycle outfit,
Hints, blockings and Caps are beyond a doubt superior of anything elne offered in
ted Jacket: cnmhinM. u-ith tha irnt .u . ...
is sure to be pleased. Then comes our bicycle shoes.
. RAT TRAP PROOF,
The most popular shoe now in uae, made of Kangaroo and a fine conlHvan, at
prices within reach of all.
STEP IN AND BE CONVINCED.
""thTrelv firPr: 7 h.RV,e rn and wi" continue for a few weeks longer offerirg
me Tery nnet grade of clothioe that ia nmnA nv-.. r,rire that
l rJ!""pr,re"th5thave moTing it at a hot pace for the
uT Y'eekfTPricw' "at you honestly can't afford to
miMi. in addttion to this, we include at special prices
a few tbiDgs you'll surely need.
$1 p Ql li o That's what they sold for nnd
1 W O LI 1 LO thpi' w,ere well worth it.
Now they are
And good sellers at thnt.
(Join the reduction sale at
In four different styles. A beau
tiful suit for tH. Now they
...Stoves and Ranges...
Are the best on earth and are recommended
Vr C ! . . li..
r.vu nunared housewives who have used
them daily. They burn any kind of fuel, but
being made in a hard coal section of the coun-
particularly adapted to its use.
FRANK B. LYON.