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Tie Cower CJutnftMm
Kdltar u Prsprietar.
t-Offlce in the Nwi Block, tnorth .nd of
iflb street. Red Jacket. Mich.
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r -Communication, an.l tr. of t,un
connected with the paper should be addressed
The Copper Country Evening Newi,!
Leland, Towle & Co.
Hankers and Brokers,
Members of the
t cston and New Tort Eicbaiiies.
Copper Stockt a specialty .
W. F. Fitzgerald.
Ctunu MU BMlM.
Copper - Stocks
T. BRIGHAM BISHOP,
7 WATER STREET,
BOSTON, - - 2LA.SS.
My facilities for tradinit in the copper stocks
t.f tlie very beet, yuick service, l'rouipt
i it... strain Mr
kick, came from, auu .
J. Jr. RoMril bu probably been o often
in the leg pulling bu.loew mmsc
mate ui mny be .ucn that he cannot un
derstand any editor belt, 8 honest and
manlv enough to etand up for what he
belief. I. right wllhoat jrfng paid Jor It.
Again we believe that Mr. lit Inaon -moreofatriendoftbeple"
opponent, Mr. Wright, who, we are in
lorn d. ha. for some time been trying to
c,t a corner on coal on I'orUge Like
and if he bad .ucoeeded the poor man
would probably have had to pay a little
more than the prat price I ton for
hi. tuelthi. winter. On account of our
.tandtbePreMol Iron Mountain in an
Item eav., -'The Calumet Nkw.I. .up
porting Mr. Kobinsoo and M" "
thoroughly diHlike Mr. bright. Thin
the Hancock paper, which supports
Mr. Wright, copied. The editor of the
Evening News di-claim. WdJe
Mr. Wright, although be think, that Mr.
Wright represents the wrong crowd and
that Mr. Uobin.on. who worked .o hard
for the railroad bill last session, which
the New. then opposed, would make a
better senator than Mr. Wright, and be
..desbei.intbelioe for promotion, un
le. there are other than personal ob
jectiona to him.
raeta llefore Theories.
The theories of the free slWerites W
have some truth in them but a. fact,
should take precedence of theorie. we
giye an extract from the monthly market
letter of F. S. Mead & Co.. which -peak.
" The argu
is that, in consequent's
i ..-..nluit ntill
out for an Invigorat.uK ---- ....
two or three doien were -
about the tent.. J unt what argument
.jade them to go over and help put '
belter lor their own bead. i. not known.
but hU plea mu.thave.,een a .trooi C one
for he shortly returned with a doien
.trong. able-bodied men. The be put
o work leveling off ground blocking up
flooring, etc.. and from the way the
handled the .hovel, and pledge- one
would surmise that they were much ...ore
experienced in that kind of labor than
the boy in blue. The Wiscousin boy.
.aid that not one of the men living in
their tent, today ai-ted In the .lighted
way toputthecanva. up and that the
h.ln ther did receive was from gontlemeu
living ierhap. half a mile or a little lens
from our quarter, and wnowen- uui,
burned out. Thi. morning .o fur not
one of our "drafted- aHHi-tant. of y .ter
riv afternoon ha put in an appearance.
although one or twouf the boy have
gone over and extended an invitation to
them to join ue. Hut strange to y
these requests when made in the Knglinh
luniruaire are not understood. A a man
remarked in camp thi morning, "it take
f 50 worth of eoldiering to get f o wortn
of work out of thi claasof foreigner,
who come here to merely esist thi-y
have done among their native tribe and
hill.. Our commander promise tut ..o
worth .hall be forthcoming very shortly
if they do not turn in and lend a helping
Yeeterdav afternoon two of Company
D'a men went out ' furginu" (for pretty
. i l,;ii . girl.) and returned with a sixty -loot flag
Thi flag and pol wa
rasa (rift to the soldier
f,t nnnimn who rt-
anniAiacta. ia;. u " . I "" . -.
rftunm Vnur tr.l lio tel. uruers re- ginm.m cuuk. . . - . , -
for ten-" hare u.u and upward tor cash 1873 . Vbereby silver wa. 'demonetued. Dg at the top. 1 1
..roii iiiaojinof i ur morf ptmbare. I ,,ri ' i rommoditie. nave been con- not stolen, but wa
iii all t.As iMl on th imum and ew I price. VI cmmoum . ..... t Da- noi sioitu. uui,
York ewlmnge.. Write Mr Uwk: How to tant y declining, and the aDUlty to paj f f
M.eclal Train Xext Meuoar.
The Mineral Uange railroad will run a
.lieeial train on Monday next .ur .u.
commcHlatiou of those wishing to attend
the field day exercise at tnl place. i
train will leave Hancock about 1 o clock
aud return at the termination of the ex-ercU-s.
Fare, :,o cent, for the round
trip. , ,
nly n fflofe ay,
Can lK'i(nsultttl at tho
r ": TTrrnn TT1T T A nT'PTt
will retire from the jewelry business and lyrpTTT jy W L II HI) U OL, SXbU U iiUHXl 1 ,
vat i xiAJ ii w .
Up cutler, the Fifth street jeweler,
Ill ..ll t a net on bis HtOlU Ol irwr.ij
anv price. Kvery lady attending the aale
will receive a handso-ue present tree.
Sale everv sfternoon at 2 and every even
ly at 7 .dock. Cbair. willbereservtd
for ladies. A chanceyou may never have
again. Kvery one is cordially Invltea.
IMraae Take Xotlee.
We are plenwd to tell you that we
make everything iMrtaiuing to tne noe-
maker', trade as cheap as ever from the
i.t nnnlit v of leather. Men's boots or
shoe soled for 45 and 50 cents, ladies'
uinua m,.i.w1 fr.p .n.'i and 40 cents. We
have a nice assorted stock of fall and
winter shoes, and our own make shoe-
pneks, which we will dispose of at very
low figures, (iood work guaranteed.
Fifth street, lied Jacket, next to Jacob
Miclilsnn lye Work..
The Michigan dve work, with office
nd work rooms opposite Ryan', store,
lied Jacket, is the onlv prominent dye
house in the copper country. We clan
men' suits and overcoat, ladies' dresses.,
silks, feathers, chenile curtains, lace,
gloves, kid shoes and furs. We can dye
wool or cotton in forty-two of thestand
ard colors. Repairing and alterations
ncatlv Hon and at low prices. Leave
Onlv until t l. i". Saturday, Vvmv 5. He Ii-avw Sunday
tnoi ni! nil enn I found ,ery tlay from 1) ... in. to 0 p. n. at
HOTEL NORTHWESTERN, HANCOCK,
t'ntil Sunday, St'ptwuU'r l.'J, lHiMi.
ThiH famous ninvialiHt un hadnn
extraordinary cxin'ricmt' in the
treatment of Clironie DisfawH, cov
ering a ieriod of 27 yearn. His
careful and accurate diagnosis of
obstinate and obscure chronic mal
adies, and the prescription and ap-
ilication of treatments certain to
i-v vw r . ... i i ri...
cure places mm ai iw hcjiu mint;
AteC front rank in his profession. His
long years of exjtrience enables him
to cure with ease diseases of men
a nd women heretofore considered
hopeless and incurable.
stow aim? riwration. DvsDensia. Catarrh, floating and Distress, Tain or
Fullness After Eating, any form of Indigestion qul.'kly cured.
LIVKR. All diseases of Liver, Spleen, Bowels. Chronic Constipation, and Rectal
your order, at the office or send postal Troubles resulting therefrom, quick relief and cure.
- the condition of the country, ol t the how you feiOWB can do business with- ( mme wU1 prompt at- KIDNEYS AND nLADDEK-Chronic Iotlammation of Kidneys and Rladder,
workingman and ol the farmer during I t f (,,a(J oIpui.ha prjie and knowing
1)KH Ht.l ..
the interval o! twenty . , ,;T' how dearly the boy. would receive it, one
enme' was committed. llas timiproTwi, ..,..,, nr tnnllr
deteriorated? NDceloMine iuuw oinnwoiunmju juu.
"?LW rJSTi h? rTarket Value that he brought back to camp a pole and
.V "V. "Vi;:. i th country was 43.- flag saved him. The pole was planted in
04 2,0( (0,000; in lSyu, o.uoi.vw.vw. . Iront ol neaa(iuariem
A. reP'.OlKan invention for the Ihlrt,-- or ienor.t.. nationa weaItn a pan p. . . . drun.head courtmaitiul
luiu'ito ti'iftt at the court hoime iii tbe city I UIU gr.ater than all it people bad saved I qj went aQ(j KQt ved. The fact
OI llfiM'Hpr, viiiiivuii- m'uui j . ........ ,
ptcmlHTil, 1-wi, at 4 o'clock In the after
iMHiti, for the purHe of placing In nointna
tioii a camlKlate for State oenator on the re
piitiiican ticket, aud the trannHi-t'.on of sncn
other tiiiine at may properly couie Ufore
the tni vent Ion. , ,
The folluttln W the apportionment of dele
Ititten to which the several cuntii-s are en
litle.1: , .
....... .!.,. 2.WW 1
Hy order of committee.
(i. L. LchihE. Chairman.
KOUFKT A. DiH tiL.VS, Se-retary.
hated. August i". lWi.
tention. Remember we have no agents; llurning and scalding oi i mnra reaany cureu wucu ituuj
a reward of f 10 will be given to anyone vrnvni's nrniUTY nd all its attending ailments, both of young and middle-
thnt will lead to the conviction of parties aged men. The awful effects of neglected or improperly treated case producing
representing themselves as our agents.
(J.()rk(K I roprietor.
imv pwAfiH niTii nivn
This increase ia equivalent to the saving
of Europe from the beginning ot history
dow n to 1776. In 1S0 the whole public
and municinal-was, per capita, f 00.7.1;
in 1800 it was I-H2.37. Id
i I amount of property. percapua,wtti.o, ,
iu j- niPH- tlm lu-fure hnnw H call be bu t. and the Furn nIkhI wild nardwoou noori. jiiate-KiaHii
the purchasing power of wages, pieas-1 time Deiore nousts can vv uum, front .t, t.,.iilllss, electric iiKht. cement
.) in pnnal n nan titles of food, fuel and I trooD will stay here so loug as tneMate i,Hmcnt. etc. Attly to A. Kauth, on the
material, lor clotning, na increw property remains. Lieut, r liege naa an
Rreakfast this morning was the first
meal we have had under cover aud every
one I glad of the shelter for there i. a
hiirh wind and the air i quite cold. Tbe
chances are that the militia will be here a ln 4Ue Kauth Block. HanCOCk. fve no time to lose. Call at once and consult this eminent specialist.
month, for it will be fully that length ol
aMknHuMhnrfviinil hmin. diczinesa. failinz memorv. lack of energy and confl-
a.., n.tm Ana thr rllarrPHnlnir avmntoma. unfitting one for study, business or
enjoyment of life, and if you have become discouraged you should not fail to consult
UK 4P.T RRAIN AM) NERVES. If vou have a diiziness of the bead and palpi
tation of the heart, difficult breathing and suffocating feeling, fullness ot tbe head, a
tired, irritable, discontented feeling, and fear of impending danger or death, a dread
of being alone or the reverse desire to be alone; if your memorv is failing and you
are gloomy and despondent, or if you dream much or often, and feel an aversion to
society, you are suffering from a serious disease of the nerves, brain and heart. You
biMSTOH, Septemlt-r 4, IsW
Atlantic 2 ,,,
Hottton and Montana " -
Hutte &. Uottton
Calumet and Hecla
Nullity script ..
per cent. The workingman n . nounced thttt hereafter there will be roll
saved this gain, or has proportionately uu"u . ,
raised his standard ot living.
call and drill twice a day. Thi duty
will be appreciated much more than
driving stakes, handliDglumber and pull-
( I T Till Ol T.
The News Ballot.
Who Is Your Choice For
l'roHccutinn At to
Jiul-'t' of Pnduite
KegipUT of 1cc1
Second I lt rict
It HdlOOli KOTKM
The high school opened on Monday ing ropes
last with a total enrollment oi ioo pu
pils This is somewhat larger than last
year's enrollment, hxaminations were i uinion. Keweenaw 4'ouuty !
held on the first day of school lor tne Thurtell, the optician, will start for
benefit of pupils who had made up work I Kewmiaw county on Monday or Tues-
during the summer. I day of next week to visit Eagle Hiver,
Tbe manual training classes will com-1 EaKie Harbor, Copier tails and the len-
bine mechanical drawing wih shop work I tral. Wait for him.
John H. IWnnetts has engaged with the
Kiogston estate as accountant and will
hereafter reside at the Central mine
Mr. E. 11. Dimand, of Tuscola, Mich ,
who had secured tbe school here, notified
the board on Monday that he would be
unable to come
teacher. The board
to the Ferris I i
who will probably
Dears are becoming very numerous in
Keweenaw. John Lomerand, ol hagle
Harbor, shot two last week
L. I. Hraendle, who ha taught chool
here for the last three yenrs, lelt for Dig
Itapld on Wednesday.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
0 all kind of brick and stone work.
Prices on application.
DISEASES OF WOMEN. If you are suffering from any of the diseases peculiar
to your sex, such as falling or displacement of the womb, Inflammation or ulcera
tion, bloating, headaches, spinal weakness, pain in back and loins, leucorrba-a, dis
cbarges and burning, smarting and itching, you can, with absolutecertainty.be
cured by Dr. McOinber's valuable aid.
CATARUII. in its most loathsome and obstinate form, yields easily and lulckly,
and with the utmost certainty, to the doctor's great treatment. He cures every case.
ECZEMA and other skin affections. Cures guaranteed.
lUlEl'MATISU, so difficult to relieve, is often cured by Dr. McOmber in a few
FACIAL BLEMISHES. Dr. McOmber removes tumors, moles, hairs, freckles.
ulcers, sores, warts, birthmarks, and all troublesome and unsightly excrescences of
any nature from any part of tbe body. No knife, no pain or shock.
N. H Persons wlhlntf to ihow their
prefe rence should return thiliallot
tilled up. not later than the night of
Saturday, Stpteliihcr Vi,
this year. Three day per week win De
devoted.to the work one day to draw
ing and two to shop work. Miss (iolds-
worthy will have charge of the former
and Mr. Heath of the latter.
Miss Hoggs and Miss Stahl have'.'ex-
chaDged rooms. Miss Doggs has charge
of the classes in mathematics and (ier-
man and Miss Stahl has the classes in
English and clasHics.
A class of twenty-nine pupil entered
the high school from the eighth grade.
The class of '97 has assumed tbe digoi-
fied title of seniors with all the grace due
the occasion. Hi not so large as the
class of '0o, but its lack of quantity is
fully made up by superior quality.
Miss Yina Milligan, of the junior class,
has orone to Colorado for a month's
Miss Alice Nelson, of the class of '07,
has withdrawn from school
Our organist tBis year will be Miss
Daisy Danielson, of tbe class of '07.
The high school athletic club will meet
soon to organize a foot ball team for the
It is bv the use of the greatest treatment, medical discoveries
ami inventions, the most lierfect methods and effective measures
and healing agents employed, combined with great skill ac
quired from an eiiormousexperienee.thnt enables Dr. McOmlicr to per
is situated !.'( miles from De- form such wonderful cures cures that 'would le utterly imiMuwihle
troit, 70 miles from Port Huron, to effect by ordmaiy methods used by others
illllt Illlli-n mini ihiiiiiiii, mi , . , . . - II. ..1 .11
,....,f!ut,.iv.. null... Tlmtnl.of JXMifnn.ii.icti.inKrN ti Kmii cure, inr uum vt nw run
Thit'oiintvuiK)iindedonthreeiiidoabvthe All examinations and consultat ion free. Kemcmler hotel and
, so it leaves us without a wste to your afllictetl friends. Every tlay until
has, however, sent chm.uew which occur hun,iredi.of mile, further r n ,n Saturday. SciitemlKT ."i. at the New Jewell House, lied
. ... i ii , I sou III. linn creaien a irun ni"K couuirjr I , , . ' , ,, I . . . .
dustrial school for a man. ttiat iuu.xdiiod.inanj northern i.tate. Ap- .Jacket, and from Sunday, SeptemlMT (. to Sunday. SentemlKT l.'J.
rA lipro on Mondav I l'i, iiears, piuiim, anu ciierrieBniiu nero uicir I 1t , .T - . , ...
ne nere on aionuay !..,, h(Ulu. Hn(, lhe lrWi. arenroiiiia iievond at Hotel Northwestern. Hancock.
I the U lief of residents of other partn.
o miiI Ih ii r ch clay
peclally adapted to the growing or graneea.
frtiiuently yields tevt'ii or eight liimhela of
('lover will may In the ground for year and
r (I to tnc Here..
The ureal hodiea or water around un render
filial drought iinponcihlo. Wheat, oatR.ooro,
potatocBHud peas are safe and proliublecrops
in this Bcction.
The last report or the state Agricultural
Iieimrtincnt ttiveB Huron Count v Htl iK-r cent
the coimition oi ner asricu ivurai urouueta
T'-niiire retermannol Allouez.iscoming NoCounty exueim.iier.
. . . I No man with ordinary intiuMry and economy
chii fail to aciiuire a competence. 'I IiIhIb tlie
advertisement. olMlfle4 under thii btA
Inserted at the rat. of ONB 0KNT a wordeaoh
lnaertion. No advertiiemant taken for Imi
than U oeota.
With Kixtv uitleN of pealKiardand a hundred
mili Hof railroHdH within thn county, the mar
kets are convenient to every man's door and
freight rate are cheap.
I am agent for various lands, a few descrip
tions of which are hereuuto annexed and are:
1st ;EJllacrea ln seo. Zft, L.iihh1ii Township
1") acres Improved, good clay soil, eood atate
of cultivation, l'i milea from P. O. and store,
We were requested yesterday to give
the names of the prominent republican
candidates for the above offices; the dem
ocratic ballot will appear later:
For Sheriff-Fred Lean, Henry Fleige and
Frank Ward, of Calumet, and L. II. Klchard-
boii, of Hancock.
Judge of Probate Wlllard Gray, of Lake
t II.. ml.ll.... Iln.,l..n on.l f'.u
ford, of Hancotk. We have heard ex-Just Ice I 'K0 chool
Sowden's name mentioned In connection with
State Senator Mr. O V. Kobinson, of ( has-
sell, and Mr. Charles A. Wright, of Hancock.
llepresentative, for Second District Hon.
Will Harry and George W. Kulison, of Han
0 s k, and Will A. Dunn, of Houiihton.
For the positions of prosecuting attor
ney, clerk, reginterof deetls, treasurer, .nr.
veyor, and representative for first
district. we have not, so lar,
heard oi there being any opposi
tion to the present Incumbents, vix:
out a a full Hedged justice, having mar
ried hi first couple on Saturday last.
The contracting parties were, John O
aid, formerly of Copper Falls, and Miss
Lixiie Messner, of Allouez
The greater number of tbe schools t f
the county opened on Monday lat, the
I fnllnwinir teachers beinur In charire of I ', miles from railway, runningstream through
A sentiment quite prominent in the . . .j. . .hool. AllouP. Anm. '"?r 24. i.inno.n Tnwn.hIn
nrscyearciasa.iiprrwui.iP, -ou-1 Richardf, principal; Una S.bilnky. assis
day i a legal noimay. .o scnooi. Phoenix. Dcssie Lamoan; Central.
Motto of the seruor class: "We are tbe I p m. Dradsha w, principal; Jeunie Muc-
people. I jiae, assistant; Copper Falls, L'bbie
Anumlerof new pupils have entered I Foley; Eagle Harbor, J. T. Eimandr;
the high school from Oweola and Tama-1 Dele ware, Kittie Cauley; Lac La Dellc
rack. I Hannah Jenkin.
The classes in physics and chemistry I KAt.LK iiaiihoii.
have begun experimenting. I rne schooner Reuben Dowd, laden with
Carlos Light has again entered the I coal lor the fog signal, has been in Eagle
Harbor during the past few days. The
tug Silver Spray towed the schooner to
the canal on Wednesday even.
Mrs. 11. H. Kickard, of Laurium, is vis
iting at the Hick ard homestead this week.
place where If you "Tickle nature with a liar- I UULI. LOT In tn. TUlag Of KM Juki!
row. she will lauKh ODLIJKM HAKVKsTs. I A'
faolnt tta. B. 0. railroad.
Apply at toe
Hbout 2'HJacres cleared, good clay loam soil,
running stream through place ti txir acre.
3rd MX) acres In M-o. iu, HrKinlield town
ship 2iW acres Improved, balance easily
clrured, good house, two tiaras, clay loam soil,
otnain running tnrougn place bju.iiu per acre.
ny of the above larmsi will be divided
Int.. nmoller farma to .alt parrhasur
4th So acres of land H mile from the coriio-
ra lion of Had Axe. Fine clay soil, 30 acres
cleared, wen icncea, uaiance easily cleared.
acres ln hay. 1 his will make a line home.
All the advantages or a High Hchool. Price.
mii mi acres or lano rour mnes southwest or
Had Axe. on ehowaing State road. Fine
house, good barn and sheds, tine orchard, well
fenced, Rood wen, nue soil, ycry Hue farm.
Bih ho acres one mile from Had Axe.
AtioutMu acres improved. No buildings. Fine
7th 80 acres In Sec. 17, Verona township, 4
mno rrom tne uorHraic limits or lfaa Axe.
MaoDonald & Jacka,
LIYERY, FEED AUD SALE STABLES.
enaw Stage Line
Un telephone ex
Beadouartert for Keweenaw Stave Line.
nigs ana prioei to suit an
Portland aatd rirtli HU., Hed JackeU
INo Knd or Work.
O.ntonaoo.n, Mich., September 3
Oyer 400 tents belonging to the quar
termaster general's department of the
State of Michigan arrived here yesterday
TXAf1nAi1 A l a f t AMIAAfl Aft1 CI ffda Koiflr?
(..cuunnia """" wauB ..,; I, l. Id. liirmiT nf Plint i.twl II. n I nrehard. about AO acres, linnmvml. Hnlnnill.l
put up today. Tbe car containing the I lu " ' . ' I soil. rieo.BW.
tenta came direct from Mand Lake the I ,a,,vct "
recent camp ground of the State troops. Mr. Oscar J. Larson, or Ke.1 Jacket
Th. thirtv militia men hers worked has shied hi. castor Into the turbulent
i:l i n h... r.rnAn. Dolitical ring by announcing hi candi
The Palace Livery.
J All KM MeCLL'RK, Prop'r.
NEW BIGS, NEW
If VOU Want the SWaHm. Inrnnnl In !.
call at the Palace Liverv. Ilest hnrM ,J
imsi rigs in ine copper country at reasonable
prices, opuciai raws to picnic parties.
MTABLR ON POBTLANI) HTHEET.
V,. ..I,.urlnn Ui.lun.IIH anil I :.l l..il..
Ka J. tiau. oi central mine, ana .M-ine I iiret baruain atll.am.
nilt i... i. i. .i.:.. ,.i. i.. 1 hth so acres tiiree mnes rrom Had Axe.
n.r.iiHo.uiiu.suuiK.iMnu.s tiond house and barn and out liutldlnits. small
THE CITY BAKERY.
NELSON A MTKANDKLU Prop's.
Front Street. lied Jacket.
Townshln- I ,rna B,rtM ca.n ha1 t the followlnn
f rams barn t1?6?' .Ta.maraikJlna Heola stores, Henne.
orahard T "i S.0?- HolmanA. WUllam. Red Jacket, and
it? A. ;..d ' "lavson-. Laurium. Kresh fruit and cream
whU.ia i.knU I . rk Kiiiljlin Dunn Irti. thai I dacv lor proscH;Uiing attorney, iu ine
' .. ii .. ...... . . . I rranlUm Hl'l nllSiliHpHt ions it ! iinneBBiirv
mooia, Mocsiey, ana tne iion. t,nanes i tents ana in inis me ooys assisiea; aiso t .
Smith. I unloaded the car and sot the Ircitrbt ud
tocamD. A vigorous kick was made bv I d'dacy seems to oe wen rreeivea ami we and sheds, t widis. no grape vines small or
i . i.i : . .. i eiiarii. iTice ii.ihi,
some of the militia men and one or two oespeaa ior unu u rior..u oie. h.w, , m Hum, Town8)lp
m .i...1. .t.rnnnn t..., l V. U SlrimrPi-l npndinir r fw 1mv-In acres impniveo. s nousea ami large barn
hat Are t mlugTol I the fact that the very people for whose I the county In the interest of the .North
th-PHl Hcn-elnHec. 24. Meade Townshln- I r?0n D6. J?M. " a followln.
AtKut nu acres ciearei, log house,
we I fenced, clay loam soli, small
L iT.ee tim'io. ",,u eake.verT Baturdav.
liilh 130 seres In Seo.SI. Colfax Townshln
All cleared, wen renced. No buildings. I !-.-
Within lu miles of Had Axe. on Sand Heae.h I UrJUrlZB M. rTfAl rt
and feliewalng btate road. Price H.ooo. I
llth - UK) acres In Sections S and 17, Verona
Township miles rnim vlllago of Had Axe,
Ki acres Improved, larite house, gool barns
" I gissl orchard, alsmt 100 acres of balance can
i. I tm ch-Hred for 13 per acre, SO acres green Heeeh
The press, From remarks which have I good tbe boys were toiling stood idly by I western .Mutual iiie insurance company. I farm, miles from village of Kinde, one mile
fately apjieared in tbe I pper Peninsula I and watched the merry work go on. Lo August Sibilsky, of Allouex, was down i;ith-Ni acres in Sec. Hi." Lincoln TiownshiD-
papers, must scorning to a pretty pass, to about I o clock yesterday not a man Mn the county last week in the interest i,,,uBe?fra3e itarn. s
fU-cause the Evening Xkws, we cannot I among these people was asked to drive a I of his candidacy for sheriff., Mr. Sibilnky plums', cherries and pears. Price ll.soo '
speak for other Daoers, m nevca that I nail or lift a board, as It was supposed I will give the other candidate a good
Sam Stephenson would do more good for I tbe adult male portion of our tent fettle- I hard race.
this district than any of tbe other three I ment were at work somewhere about
randidates and bad tbecouraire to pub-1 the town or surrounding country. Ths I Ixist Near the Osceola schoolliouse, a
VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIS
Trcau All Diseases of
HORSES, CATTLE and DOCS
Office at MoClure'i Palace Livery,
nnujaUKKT. . . nirklsr..
CRniiiunim auu uau ...w , .. . - j - v : i.t j 1 . h so acres in roe.
liclv state so. even in the face of the fact Wisconsin militia boys, however, notio light brown cape with dark orown trim, o.ssi frame bouse. iar
nciy state sw, rnru ik tf 1.1 mings. t inder please leave at ivian pnvo.i, running streau
that Mr. Shelden, a llooghton county ing bow their Michigan comrades were ((ceola or Laurium store 'mm tn" '" "
. -.l i . ...AnlU most worklno- im nr nl irtt.lli.m thm ' lilt h SO acres, 2' i mil
man ana wuu wuuui -. " r v i
friendly terms, was one of the candi- tip, with the result that a sconting party ia gray coat, Utween School-
dates, the Mining Journal in lis usual immeamwiyiei out to ootain iniorma- craft and Yellow Jacket last Tuesday,
gentlemanly (?) manner, Insinuates that tion. Ths report of this party riled Finder please leave at Xkws ofbe ai d
the ancient" editor must necessarily bw the lieutenant and he at once went over receive reward.
one of "the leg pullers." Dot then, like to sits things up for himself. At the For Sale A '90 Steam, bicycle, in
tbe man who was kicked b.v an ass, one time there were not a great number of first-class condition, for 0.-, cash. Ap-
must consider where the remark, not the men about the majority having gone ply to J. II . Judnitsch, at Ed Haas & Co,
141 h-H0 acres In Heo 2. Grant Townshln
About no acres Improved, frame dwelling, largo
frame tiarn witn stao e, small orchard, apples,
plums, cherries, M-srs and small fruit, - Z'
miKs rrom r. ii. , s't nines from Had Axe, 14
utile from school. A bargain. Price II moo.
Ifllh so acres In poo. II, Verona Township
inriio irniiin iiaru, mil I lu
ll . Just across the road I Wo Lave rwinti ........
Price I3.MKI. . ?Tv y ,,r14" n up-to-dat.
pifr,.m ita.1 ii. .tu, I tailoring establishment, in ttTw..i... ......
all cleared, running water on place, fairly vcmmI I Ing, on Fifth street, and am nr.A
buildlniis. i mile fn.tn ichool house. Prleo ,.k.-.u. . to do
i3..o. ZrliZ " . OT t,lorln. cloanlnKl
Alsoatmnt ivnoo acres In the townships of I repairing, etc. Our stock la new and 00m mot-
snd i I ii ro.i at prices from $10 to lift 'per acre. Flrst-elasa wnrki....ki. !I nywner
For further Information call on or address, I ',M" worknshlp and exact fit It guar.
. w.,. u.B inai and you will alws.
A f lll'l.i I deal with n. u win bi ways
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John Kranz Factory.
Latest Flavors at
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First National Baa
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WILLIAM B. ANDERSON
FOCU fKB CENT INTEHRm
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Joh B. JONES
EVAooounU of Individuals. Inn.
poratloni solicited. '
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Snrplns and nndlridcd profits - 68
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THIS BPACB IS RESERVED BY TBI
talumet and Heela
who wuh to rent rooms and those who aar.
Ef-V,-l,nl M lnTlud to adrsrilM hers
Dad Axe, Mich.
LA 111 F.N A LV'OMA.
tra " Jwet. corner of Pine
nf,ljf To re.nl three or foup rooms near
Vaiin. ii , V or n to rooms in
tVeN;w.hmUc:.J"Cket' lA" articular, at
ana wLNalJor "".Donbla bouse, No.. 3044
omceT APPiy at the company
trett". "le"For Houm No. IMA Heola
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rooma. Knqnlr. of Mat Lucas, lied Jacket!
bamrr.n'.Tr.-0r No. tXO. With
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kn.n.'iVrr.111'" ttrt1- Ten room.
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nauuown. Apply on th. preml or ihaom
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F. A. Douglas
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Accident. Flate Glass. Suf
English and Ameiic&a.
$100,000,000 OF CAP1T
W. H. Faucett
Boom I Bono Block.
3D. 3D. S,
Over Star Clothing Slorl
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FOR RHEUMATISM A
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