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Tt3 Copper Canslry Eveiiinff News.
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TIHID AT THB Fotiromca AT CALCMIT.
kuCUlUAM A bvXiM-CLA8 MATT.
I "Cva,iuuiii t ku ana letters of business
oouuectwi wuu Wi paper should be adurvsseo
The Ovpper Oountrj ETecing Mews,!
Last Day of
The Militia Boys Leave
the Fire Stricken
Other Notes From Ontonagon
Leiand. Towle & Co.
Other Items of lalereat Picked I'p
Areand the Jtetrooolle of the
(rest Copper Ceaatry.
Uaukera aud Broker,
Memben of the
i ostcn and fuw Tori Eickanzes.
Copper Stock, a Specialty
VV. F. Fitzgerald,
l Coacree HU Koatea.
Copper - Stocks
T. BRIG HAM BISHOP,
7 WAT EH STHEET,
BOSTON, - -
My facilities for trading In the cupper stocks
are of the very Ih-mI. luii'k M-rvlcv. 1'rouipl
returns, iour tiaci .uiiciied. Order. re
ceive! for uii-i-lme lot una upward fori'HwIi
or on uiMi kin uf or nuue ptT.uure. 1 dual
In ml Li'k i..t..l mi iI.m ii. un.i vuu
Yt rk pAi-iiangta. nm for book: how to
torn: it stock h.
iioKioii mid Mouiaiia....
Hulte V Stout oil
Caiuiuet and llucla
ramarHck .. . .
Tamarack J uuier... . .. .
ttOftuti, October 1, U96
'That Grip of .old."
The silveriu- nre di-t nlutin amon
their folio verH a small Iriilk-t, entitled
"Tne Urip uf J .UJ," aud of which thej
DJUHt timke tnucii Hirount, as we under
stand million .f -o;it-s hHve been spread
bruadi'Hft over tho couutry, nuuie of
whitb hae rearlifd tb:s neighborhood.
UaviDtf been informed iroiuguod author
ity, apparent y a denial from the iditor
of the London Financial' News binitu-lf,
that the Mateim-ntu eoiituined in such
leaflet were furp'rien, we ho stated in the
Kveninji News, but we had no sooner
done ho t hn n we received a "marked"
copy of a paper published in Peoria which
maintained the tatetueuta were correct,
giving uu authority a letter, purporting
tobefromtbe llou. JI. A. Cuff-en, ol
The Nkwji, b.tvitijr no intention orde
aire, even to RHin iu point, to rnialead
its readere, at Lce w rote to the bead
quarters uf the rt unlicau national com
luittee, at ( 'Licngo, aud enclobed the two
an itle w hich bad bivu published in ita
Coluuina and enquired for the facta of tb
cae, aud lat eveuins reeeiy.d th- follow-
'wn letter, froaj which our readTM muot
judjje for tbeihaelve whether the atat
tuenta contained in "i'bat Urip of Gold"
were frjjiifH or not:
HtriitMcAN National Committee.
I Hi. auo, J, I-., iS.-pteniri.-r TJ, IH)Q
Mr. lnl Muvki'mif, Etlitor L'wuioti
.Veiiw, CuliJim t, MiuLiuti:
Ikau .-n: Your l-Hier of the 22J ha
bivn ri'ifriel to me. Kvery atateuient iu
tb' lit lie leil.t w-ued by thia t'otniuittee
and ei.tttl.d: -I'lmMinp of (imd It la
a KorK-ry" i truw I prexuuiH that you
have re-ii the little 1 1 culur w hie h ia lieinit
acnttered b.v thr-free hiiver people, "I'he
Urip of Uoid." It eoiiiaitia thia atate
rueut: 1 he article appeared in the L-m-dou
I'inaucml NVwa during the week ot
llureh lo, Ihhi." I be editor of the Fi
UHLcml .Newa aaya that the article did
not iipi-ar iu tb-it, aperat any time and
thit it m ('ntrary to b vieaa.
l'Ledniiri ih.it ia made for or by Mr.
II. A. t'offeen, f Wtoiiiii.ic. that he uneo
the arti. U- in hit hp.--cli made in Vonm-m
Junefi, 1.0, ia without foil, dation
In the Orel p ace, tl.o 'Urijiof Uold" eir
cular containa iiuim-mus re erencea to
CK'curreiifi-a in the f-prinjf and early aum
ntr of thia year, mattcra w hieh of rourae
conld not have been pu blinded in lH'Jl a
ciaimed fiy Mr. C fT n. The truth of the
matter i-, aa you w illaee iy re ernn to
th rormreHfiiii.ril fbrord t'.l Congre-a,
weond Seafion, p 'K- 735'J. the matter
quoted in Mr. CoflWn'a ape eh aa coming
f oiu th London Financial News ia not
the m uter circulated under the title"! be
Urip of Uold." 1 have no menna t band
by w hicb I ran verify Mr Cofleen'a quo
tation from the Loudon Financial Newa,
but aa it ia ao radically diff-rent from thf
editorial viewa of that paper, I am decid
ed v of t fn'oninion that it. nevi unniurul
na fin editorial utterance. It ia poaaible
that a metbititj of that kind miRbt hie
ajieard aa a communication, aa that
paper ia in the habitof printing commun
ication on allaideaof fiiianrial queationa,
but refiihing to fe bound by the ntfer
aneea of ita correppondetita. I do not
any that tbia ia the cuae in thiapartien
lar quotation, but I am d cidedly of the
opinion that It ia ao.
"That (Jrip of Uold," aa it waaandia
beirur circulated, ia an niit-nml-rnf l,p.
ery and tbepreten-e that there waa aimp
ly ft miatnke made in the date of publi
cation ia not only fal-e but ia ailly and
abowa the deaja-rare atraita into which
thoee relyintr upon anch campaign meth
od find tberaat-lvea placed.
n. W. Snow.
of 120.000 worth of clothinir, dry gooda,
boea, macklntoahea, ladies' capea, wrap-
perw, etc. Oooda will b uold at your
own price. No money refuaed and no
cnartcerorfxamiolnir the gooda. Come
and avail youraelf of thia grand oppor.
tunlty. Sam MAwmitn,
Next to Carlton hardware atore.
Ontonaoon, October 0.
Today ia the laat day of camp for the
militia detachment which have been on
duty here since September 1 and tomor
row morning at 11 o'clock Lieut. Fliege'e
command take the train for home, ar
riving in Calumet Friday afternoon.
eaterday afternoon all but twenty ol
the State tenta were taken down and
today the balance were packed up, load
ed on the car and ebipped to LanHing.
The boye will all be crowded into one
tent the headquarters tonight In order
to leave aa little work for the morning
aa Doaaible. From tbe time the detach
ment waa called out until their diamiaaal
will be thirty-two daya, which iathe long
eat time Company D. or a portion there
of, baa been in service since its organiza
tion in 1881. Tbe campaigns at Iron-
wood and Ibpeming lasted twenty-seven
and twenty-three days reapec lively.
W bile the boys have, In a measure, en
joyed their camD here, still the majority
of them will not be reluctant to return
to tbe life of a civilian. One thing has
made their "sojourn" a pleasant one and
that ia tbe fact that there baa been no
trouble here nor any property save that
of the State to guard.
A few days ago Lieut. Fliege found
himself running short of funds, without
which, of courae, no supplies could be
procured and be wrote tbe quartermas
ter general for money to keep the detach
ment in provisions. The board of audi
tors declined to act and, had it not been
for Col S. II. Avery, assistant quarter
maater general, the boys would have
been obliged to go into their own pock
ets for money to purchase provisions.
When Col. Ayery saw that the State ma
chine was working so slowly, however,
be immediately went into bis own purse
and telegraphed tbe lieutenant f 50 and
this money, by careful use, (and a few
poor meala), baa put tbe boys through
until the preaent . date, when they
are again "broke." When Lieu
tenant Fliege read Col. Avery's letter
to tbe boys tbe latter gave three
three cheers for him and while be was not
preaent to hear or to Inspire the senti
ment, still his generous' and thoughtful
act did iuat exactly what would have oc
curred had he been here in person.
To tbe readers of tbe News it may
aeem strange that camp has been broken
ao suddenly and all the tenta taken down,
inaamucb as your correspondent stated
in the iaaue of the 28th inst., that there
were still about 100 people sheltered
under canvas and that tbe time of their
departure was apparently as far off as
ever. This the writer wishes to explain
and can do ao very briefly.
Orders were received on the 28th by
Lieut. Fliege from headquarters to break
camp not later than by October 1, and
before that time if poaaible, and to take
down and ship back every tent belonging
to the State. This meant that tbe tents
were to come down on or before October
1, whether occupied or not, and would
look as if the powers that be at military
headquarters, which is Lanaing, were
getting well, for the want of a better
expreaaion, we will say diagnated with
the inactivity or easy-going actions of
the relief committee. The commander of
the detachment immediately notified Mr.
Sawyer, chairman of the relief commit
tee of tbe orders he had received and al o
personally told the inhabitants of the
tents what action be was obliged to take
on tbe morrow and the day succeeding,
lie also informed them that military or
ders were imperative and as fares be
was concerned there was no alternative
to take or appeal to be made. Thus
many ot the unfortunate people had the
tents taken down from over their heads
and the little of their worldly posses
sions, which they had snatched from the
flames, were left in the open air. Some
aucceeded In finding shelter under tbe
roofs of houses of their friends, while
others took tbe floors used in the tents
and stood them up A-"haped, with a
third flooi to protect tbe rear. And still
a few more sought shelter in the bigcook
ahanty, where tbe cooking has been done
during the past month for thoae depend
ing upon tbe relief committee for suste
nance. It is true that several of those who
were quartered in tbe tents ought to have
been shut off from tbe support they have
been receiving, long ago, but there are
others to whom charity la a Uod-eend
and who positively cannot get along
without help from the relief stores. And
theae people must be taken care of bv the
committee, both In regard to being sup
plied with provisions and also in the
matter of finding a shelter or place for
them to live in. Tbe News correspon
dent has tbe names of these latter unfor
tunates and we doubt not but that the
relief committee has also. Many of these
people could secure ground on which to
put op a shelter, if not a more preten
tious home. If they conld but secure the
necessary lumber from tbe relief commit
tee, but which tbe latter, for some reason
or other, decline to donate at least with
only a few exceptions, to date. All of
them have Jno friends who will shelter
them, neither can they go away to any
wbo could take care of them. It seems,
from close Inquiry, that all who eoold
have left town and those now here are to
stay, and this being tbe case
the committee must act soon.
An occurence in connection with the
burning of the Ontonagon county build
ing in tbe recent fire which is wortby of
public mention, and which has not been
published, was the destruction of some
12,000 in paper money, which w as locked
in tbe burglar-proof safe inaide the coun
ty treasurer's vault. Mr. James llarirg,
the county treasurer, gave the News tbe
following particulars today: On the day
of the fire, in fact only an hour or so be
fore it occurred, be drew from the bank
fl.GOOinbank and treasury notes In
order to have enough money on hand to
pay off orders which were coming in that
day. Resides this amount there was in
the safe, in paper money, $150 belong
ing to the Michigan Savings & Loan Co.,
Rockland Land X Mining Co., f 50; Chap
ter of tbe Kastern Star, It. A. M., 37;
also f 75 personal money belonging to
the treasurer and a small bundle of coun
ty money, which waa in the safe previous
to that day, but tbe exact amount Mr.
flaring does not remember.
Tbe fault proved to be no more fire
proof than if it had been constructed of
wood and, as tbe safe was built for pro
tection against burglars and not fire,
its contents were destroyed. When tbe
safe had cooled off sufficiently to allow
men to work upon it the task was com
menced and this operation took from 8
o'clock one morning until noon of tbe
next day. Tbe gold and silver was found
to be badly scorched and blackened,
while the paper money, orders, etc., were
totally unrecognizable. Mr. flaring care
fully lifted tbe mass of charred paper out
of the sate and placing it in a box secure
ly packed with cotton, sent it to tbe re
demption bureau at Waabington and
Yesterday he was gladdened on receiv
ing a valuable package from the treas
ury department and on opening it found
1 2,000 in crisp, new paper bills of vari
ous denominations. Tbe whole bundle
ot what appeared to any rdinary obser
ver tote nothing more than a lot of
burnt paper, had been identified, with
the exception ot two bills, flow even an
expert, could determine the denomination
of the charred pieces of paper shown the
News and the fact that they were Na
tional Dank Notes is a mystery, for, to a
close observer, all that could be seen was
a sheet of cinder. The department also
wrote Mr. Oaring that among tbe lot of
money was a quantity of orders, re
HUT WICKED HABIT
A DRUMMER'S VIW3 OF SMOKING
AND ONE OF HIS STORIES.
Pure Rve or Bourbon
ADDITIONAL LUC lb SKIVN,
Good family wood at J. Vivian. Jr., A
Co.; 9-1 a cord
The finest line of carvers, cutlery and
silyer-plated goods in the county at Carl
ton Hardware Co.
Two choice lots on Willow aveuue for
sale. One house and two lots on Tama
rack street. Apply to W. II. Faucett.
Show your colors by carrying a Jo
Kiolej cane. Twenty-five cents each at
Carlton Hardware Co.
Call on T. Tommel, 351 Fifth street,
and learn about Damonia; nothing like
in, on or out of the earth.
Our lodge room can be rented for
meetings on Saturday evenings.
Oo to the City Bakery f r your fine pas
tries. Angel food, fruit cake always on
band. Cream puffs Fridays and Satur
Heating stoves of all kinds at extreme
ly low prices at Carlton Hard ward Co.
Sold on easy terms with a liberal dis
count for spot cash.
We can use a few second hand stoves
In exchange for new ones, but must bave
tbem at once,
Caflto.n Hardware Co.
Lowest Price In Town.
Tbe shoemaker at No. 447 Pine street,
will tap or half-sole the ladies' shoes for
30 cents and up, men's shoes for 40 cents
Madam Smith, the clairvoyant, is
going to stay here a little longer. Any
one wishing to call should avail them
selves of this' opportunity. Sixth street,
opposite tbe Opera II ouae.
Carpenter Job Work.
W. T. Daniel is now prepared to take
all kinds of carpenter job w&rk by the
day or contract. Orders may be left at
the News office or Lean's store.
A dark brown cow with white patch
on right side; no borne; with strap round
neck and bell attached. Finder return
to Mrs. Qardetto, Fifth street, and re
Caae of Mprrlmens.
For sale cheap, consisting of specimens
ot all kinds and from all parts ot the
world. Price $250; valued at double the
price. Apply to Christopher Hendra,
No. 54 Tamarack.
Adasn Mehaaf Planoa.
The celebrated Adama Scbaaf pianos-
high grade in every respect are for sale
at i oley's Bazaar on easy monthly pay
ments to suit purchasers.
MISS IQllWli DKMII,
Maeeeaaer of Nlas Hanwea.
Teacher of piano and voice, will lie fn Hal.
umet every Saturday at Hermann's stu
dio. Lescbetizky method in piano.
lamperti method in singing.
Lake Linden fttacs.
Stage leaves Pearce's liyrry stable,
Lake Linden, every day at 8 a. m , 10 a.
m., 1 and 4 p. m. Mtagelcaves McClure'a
litery stable, lied Jacket, nt 8 a. ra., 10
a. m., and 1 and 4. p. m.
I AMKS MflLt RF,
"VlZ!!"' ' thlnVlr ln I leflnel.
iZl Z thlnk ju"llf ,,f tb thinking few!
How many never think, who think they
rto V JakcTavloh.
Think for a moment bow much pleas
ure may ue given to others if you will
forthwith have your photograph taken
by Vic TTerman.
It Cau Tell All About a Man 1 roia th
Way Ho Smoke a C Jjar A flanker Who
I-:MaM.l ltaltt flrau of tha Sociability
la Ilia Smoking Habit.
"You can tell a good deal ubout a
wan by the. way bo smokes a cigar,1
said a traveling man in a philosophical
mood at one of tbo hotel tbe other day.
"And it rocs without savins that voil
can also tell something of his disposition
by tbe brand ho generally smokes. For
instance, you mm cvming out ironi
tbedinins room after rcralinetho nhvs-
ical mm with tbo delicacies of a first
class menu. Ho sits on tbo cool sido of
tbo building, draw a long black cigar
iroin his pocket and bites nbont nan an
inch off from ouo cud, set tho other to
blazing and is soon puffiug great clouds
01 snioko that ring and curl all around
him. li ho pa lit at it furiously, 1 ul
ways think ho doesn't kuow how to en
joy a cood cicar. He will nrobablv
smoko two cigars while another man is
enjoying ouo. in that event. It la gener
ally a mild weed that ho prefers. At
any rate, it is an indication of hi nerv
ous temperament. Such n man is never
happy unless bo is in tbo midnt of con
stant cbaugo. Ho is impulsive and eveu
not tempered. If you want to sell him
any goods, it chould le policy on your
part not to cross him if voucau avoid it.
"Then there, is tbo other fellow who
methodically tatwa bis knife out of bis
pocket while ho continues talking to his
companion ami slowly trims tbo end cr
bis favorite brand, returns his kuifo to
bis pocket and settles back in bis chair
xor a quiet suioko. I'uttuig tbo cigar
into his mouth, bo generally chews tho
end of it for fivo minutes before the
lighting operation is performed. And
when no puns, you would hardly know
it, Tbo dclicato white ash bides tho
lire, aud tho thin lino of Fmoke is hard
ly visible as it curls lazily upward. Yet
no never has to relight bis cigar. Such
a mau is introspective, cool iu an emer
gency, logical iu his thinking and just
uio opposito in temper to the ouo I pro
viously described. If anv thine star
tling should turn up. lie would never nn
pear surprised. If bo gets beat in a
game of high five, he never Knows his
chagrin. Aud I venture to say that if
liis n to purpose wero thwarted and be
has one very few people would ever
kuow it lie would sutler Iiko tbe Spar
tan boy with tho fox concealed under
his coat mid gnawing out his vitals.
Some would say this is nil bosh, but I
laucy thero is something in it." And
tbe man relapsed into silence, ncnin for
a moment while he watched the blue
rings waited awny by tho cool breeze
mac is eo graceful on a hot August day.
"Speaking of; tho wicked habit ti
smoKing, ne continued alter a minute,
"I know a luau who conscientiously dn-
clares that it is not so. Ho says that if
no diou t know how to enjoy a good
cigar ho would, bavo been a poor man
touay. mat sounds a little strange,
doesn't it? Well, this is bow it hnn-
peucd, ns tbo 6tory teller says. He waa
seateu m irout or the Southern hotel,
St Louis, one day. llo was a traveling
man und iiad litjiis after dinner cigar.
A gruff looking, gentleman was seated
uexitouim. iiowassiuoKingtoo. They
sat tneio in suenco lor several minutes,
perhaps a half hour. Finally tho drum
zner was aroused from his reflections by
hearing uu expression from bis nciirh.
bor's lips which Noah Webster never
invented. He was going through his
pucicets lor a mattu. ihe drummer po
litely teudered him one from his neat
littlo matchbox and handed him a
cigar, too, adding that ho had better
tako u lresh one. I'rom that they fell
to talking, first about cigars. The gruff
gent wanned up at onco aud wanted tn
know where tho drummer got such a
cnoico cigar. It happened to bo a first
ciasg Dranu wmcii tho latter had picked
up iu tho south. From that tho two fell
into quite n pleasant conversation. Tho
drummer left town tliat evening. Hut
they met by chanco several times after
tnat, ana gradually a warm friendship
sprang up bekween them.
"Years afterward tho traveling man
was engaged in the banking business.
Of course tho only way a drummer ever
becomes a banker is by thotimclv death
of a rich relative. Well, ho still retained
the iricndship of bis St. Louis acquaint
auco nul often beard from hiin let
ter. Tho drtmmer was prosperous until
nis oanK, nice many others lu 1833, was
drained with a terrific run. It seemed
as though ho must fail unless ho had a
row thousand dollars to tido over tho
next day. As ho sat thinking tho matter
over in tho cool air of his front yard a
man came strolling through tho front
gate. It was his friend. Of course he
asked tho banker what made him look
so pale, and tho story came out little by
littlo. Tho next day tho bauk had un
limited capital to back it and was soon
on a souu looting, it was all through
that cigar smoked' several years before,
so tbo ex-drummer said. Now, my wifo
would say t bat was no argument for
sucu a intny nahit, nnd that her husband
had never had any such fabulous experi
ence. That's tho way with tieonln wlm
won't reason about those things, isn't
uf auu tho traveling man pulled out
two fresh cigars from his nocket nn.l
left one behind ns ho went hurriedly to
seiuo up nis uu in linio to catch a
wain. uniaha World-Herald.
CALIUKT, . . .
Is an absolutely Pure Whiskey, aged In wood and bottled by th
rllatlllaM In full Man hnltlno Cm ..U Wu all
uiatiuvio in iMii iuui t wwtn)if kwkfciwo. a ui onis wj ai I 1 a vlwO
first-class dealers. Beware of Imitations. See that aed 68
our name Is on the cap and label.
wm. edwards & eo., Sole Proprietors.
roca lEH ckktik
When the doctor fails to relicye'or cure.
and hoim is cone, uae Damonia. a Uod
made cure for all Ills. It s a cure all.
Learn of it by railing at P. Tommel, 351
Michael Johnson, tbe tailor, is now
comfortably located in bis new Quarters
in the Sauer building. He has a new stock
of fall and winter goods and can make
an excellent suit or overcoat cheap.
Please Take Nolle.
We are pleased to tell you that we
make evervthinir pertaininc to the shoe
maker's trade as cheap as ever from the
best quality of leather. Men's boots or
shoes soled for 45 and 50 cents, ladies
shoes soled for 35 and 40 cents. We
bave a nice assorted stock of fall and
winter chocs, and our own make shoe-
packs, which we will dispose of at very
low figures, wood work guaranteed.
UKER X KEMPl'AINEX.
Fifth street, Red Jacket, next to Jacob
uartner s store.
Jliehlsan Dye Works.
Office and workroom opposite Ryan's
store. Main street. Red Jacket. We euar
antee that no house in the United States
can give tbe satisfaction that we do in
cleaning clothes ladies' or gentlemen's.
We color lorty-two fancy standard col
ors, wool or cotton; we clean silks, vel
vets, feathers, lace ribbons, lace curtains.
chemelle, etc., also kid gloves and shoes.
Look your garments over if they need
cleaning, dyeing, velvet collars, binding.
lining or any other repairing. We have
seven employees and work can be done
in three days. Mail postal card and
goods will be called for and delivered.
Special rates to stores, tailors, milliners
and dressmakers. 0. Oreck.
Practical Dyer, Cleaner and Repairer.
Goods almost given away. I have iust
bo ight a big stock of men's boys' and
children'sclothing, also boots, shoes.bats.
caps and funishing goods, of all descrip
tions, which I have bought for cash at
sacrifice prices and I will dispose of at
tbe same, i or instance, you can buy of
tne, good beayy boys' school suits at
$1.00 andapwards. Heavy youth's suits,
three pieces, at $2.75 and upwards.
Men s very heavy, double breasted suits
at 5.00 and upwards. Men's all wool
beaver overcoats, f 0.00. Men's double
breasted storm coats, emlton's, f 4.50
All our goods are guaranteed. I. can't
name all the bargins, but give us a call
and be convinced that we can save you
from 25 to 40 cents on thedollar bv buv-
Ing ol us. No charge for showing goods.
Bora-o'a block, Red Jacket.
A A r)HlamAnta Alataiaililawjt 4ki. a a
IriaarttHx at t h Mtaof fiN tr rtvium
: w a -aw v v mm an a, aa wiirn aaavil fl
hiaertlnn. Nr. iii..ma,. .v- sWVL.
than U cents. ''
IULL LOT-In the rUlaro of Kd Jacket
THE CITY BAKERY.
NELMON A MTBAKDKLL, Prop's.
Front Street. . Iled Jacket.
MacDonald & Jacka,
LIYERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
chanae. vu "epnone ex
Portland and Fifth Hta., Hed Jacket.
GRAPES ! CRAPES ! !
B. U. OBBOBN.... .Plliu):
First National Bank
CALlttBT, . . .
A Car Load
To Be Sold For
1 5 Cents a Basket
This Week, at
Holman & His.
roar Per Coat Per ...
MTlna-aDeDoalt. n 7.
JOHN 8. DYMOCK .V v'pT
( First National Bank,
THIS SPAOB ! MK1RUVBO BVTIIV I Capital,
Calumet and Heela
Who wish to Mil thslr honsea, or bay aoasss
woo wun to rwm rooms ana inoM wno save
rooms to rant are Invltod to advertlao here
wiugii any rpanso
Want Tn llt.Ti., nr n.. w
Apply at the Nkws ollleo.
- uuwu iu rrm ot company
employee, a houne of four or nvs room, in
Vilw or HI ue Jacket. Leave particulars at
iuo inn u in co.
War H.l-I.'nr trim TViihta KmiaA M. ui
and ifl.48 Swedetown. Apply at the company's
For Hale House No. 51.13 Ra jmbault, eight
rooms. Knqulre of Mat Lueaa, Rod Jacket.
Vor M I Vnr tAKt hnnu V w v.
barn, nn onunt rmrl 'lav,nta..i,si.. '
quire at houao or of the company.
For wale-Hoiine No. 1572 Lake Linden av-
ruuu, vomer luiiiroaa street. Ten room..
enquire or tne company.
War ttal .Hnnu N tm a
Enquire at Joseph Uotllch'. .tore, Red Jacket,
PA Nl.lllll.Nn !fOT .4.n 1
-- ..v , t nmciuwiii in
quire at the house.
for Halo-ltnuu Nn . .1.
ltuated In Hwedetown. ' Apply to Calumet
and Hecla mining company.
Vor Male House No. 2415 B street. Raym-
iuiinu. Ayiiijvo we premises or ma com
pany. For Halo-House No. 3130 Tunnel street,
For Mala Seven-room bouse No. 8123.
Tunnel atreet. Swedetown App ly toJobn
FOUR PJBBs CENT lirritnr..
PAID VP SAT1BIOH DEPOBiTl,
OHARMtn BMTTrc rmajani
aWAooounu of Individuals, Bras and
poratlons solicited . w
First National Bank.
HANCOCBL, . . . Hleh.
Caoital . . .
Surplus and mitMed profits 68.0B1
Fonr Per Ceat Per Abbbbb Allows
osi laterooc Deposits,
WILLIAM HARBT.. p,,,
PETER RDPPB VlO-fuiJm
F. A. Douglass,
Fire. Marine, Life,
Accident Plato Glass. Steam
English and American.
$100,000,000 OF CAPITAL.
W. H. Faucett,
Boom I BorgoBlooL
The Palace Livfw
NEW BIGS, NEW II ORS EH
MTABLB OH PORTLAND HTBEET.
In tli llrltUli
It is cstiinati'd that tho total annnnl
dcpoRit of dew oh the British Inks
amounts to soux'tliing like five inches.
or about onc-Kcvculli cf tbo totul
amount received from the ntinopnhpro
This means 22, 101,837,835 tons of dew
Crickets sinj? much moro sharply just
before a rain than at othwr times. Iu
old KngliHh Louses this cirrumstauce
lias been frequently remarked, nud tho
cricket's cry is heard with attention as
foretelling the changes in the weather.
It JIay lo aa Marti for Vow
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III., writes
that be bad a severe kidney trouble for
mnnv years, with severe pains In bisback
ana also that bis bladder was affected.
He tried many so-called kidney cures, but
without any pood result. About a venr
Agobebeirftatheusenf Klectric TUttera.
and found relief at once. Electric Hitters
is especially adapted to cure all kidney
and liver troubles, and often Rives almost
Instant relief. One trial will prove out
statement. Price, only 50 centa for large
bottles, at I). T. Maodonald's drug store.
JOHN M. PEAESON
Piano, Organ and Harmony
.218 Osceola Street, Lanrinm
Oeorge R. Stewart,
VHTERINARI SOEGEON AND DENTIST
A reata All Disease, of
HORSES, CATTLE and DOCS
Office at MoClure's Palace Llrerr
We have reoentlw
everything , a the l,n. 0, utZ
repairing, et. Our stock I. new .! 'jSll
uu iu. prices lower than "
Flr.K.1... workm-nth, "' "V"
anteed. Olvs u. a "trial . 7a I " " fur
aeal with u. " 'U wUI
LAimEBT A LOUJIA.
is Hituutnl 1:50 milt'H from De
troit, iO niilt-H from Port II nrnn
and 08 mik'H from Snginnw, on
what ia known tiic Thumb of
Thl. Count 1. tvinUi .t i ... i
even temperature unaff.i-td by the midden
.n,'1'th 'ur hundred. oAuile. further
""'" a irun growing oountrv
that Hunexcelled, In any northern state. Apl
5i.!,-!!,?r ,,uu,"vRn,,cherrl;s'i fre their
i7i ifVi' " . . lue lrp' ar Pro I Uo beyond
the belief of residents of other part.. urroua
1 lie Mill I 1 rloh l.
yBrw 'lyntne (tround for year. ni
Tha ifruai Ifwtl,!. -a
frTr:.ri.Vr VZZ"t. ,.VyT render
. imtiniuie. wneaUoat. corn
iiriKciVor are ,af anj pftsft
The last reiort of the State Agricultural
No Count y exceli. u7P-"i product..
tlO man Wlthrirriln..l-ln.t...
can fall to awiulri i P"
itUi k if m,rr "',,UD" f i trie
Kr h .iii i.r"u .,eJlai.u ?f h a bar-
ml.es of raiTrod;Vli WVS"?
t !r couvinl'nt every Ban'a dwr and
freight rates are cheap. na
immmm A Sure Cure
place-M per .ere " m-uva Uiroairh
auS..9 J.V Beo.24' L,nooln Township
auoui quaeres c eared. kkx1 oIh i. Jffii
rauon ?0r,l?rS"iind. 'rom the oorno-
e.wr ;.7. " c'sy sou. ao a
24 acre. In bay. This SairSSV rtolllr cleM,
ndb AT.'Co?&nw.r west of
house, a! .aAn rod. Fine
fenced. g,d ii n"? orchard, well
i'rlce, lii.ouo. ' " er one farm.
8th wi ...
About SO acre. lmnmi? ,Vr?m..J"ad Ae.
location. Onlvti wni " building.. rlne
Over Star Clothing: Store.
CTFICB HOCBI-4 to U a. ffl.l tola. B l
and T to I avenlDra
FOR RHEUMATISM AND
- - viuj vi.taju
Ureat h-roSi- ..'.Tn.",a BU. Oood location.
oil. rice 12.600 improved. Bplendld
well fBn.H i.-?pe '"r? fcouw. frame ba?nT
mile fro TJl!i ""rd. H
tore. I'rioeWuiO from K' nd
lilt K '
A II "cleared Well tJZJPUZ Town.hlp
Wltblnl milc.of liadT. N. bulldln
T6wshVrZ.V Tf .lion and 17, Verona
W acre. Improved lrS-VL""ce of H1 Ae,
chard. I'rlcewouo g " vllle 'mtii or-SOMrIiS-.Huine
fotal orchard VlulW ac.aff I '",rM brn
e chared foria J?! 1 balauce can
jnd Map,. Umn?J
farro.asi miiM fU" .P.'" tr?'n. lood.tock
frm village of WnniTh""SL,2?!J?' mile
"use. rrame Hani, amarinr..!.. T . "
About oTaSSI? mSJ fei. l01' TownahlD-
rrame barn whh ..k . ' ,r" awelllng, largo
Plum.. cKrTle? '"l11 ' orchard, apSR?
mno.fTOInu JZ"d .mall frnltT x2
mile tim from Ha.1 a .2
. . " -v." . a barvaln l.i .7 "
Oood fratn-pr ".Verona Township-
Proved, runnin.V5 rJ.mA rn, all im.
irom t hi. ...i ... r " u.i aoroaa th Ma
isth-wTcVe": wt,,.1" 1
tor further liforaTau. mi.ii Pf. .
vu wr Baareaa,
A. L. Wrlaht.
Bd Ax, Mich.
t Utki,n Dr raTSPDONruL
I Class or Water Mohmisi 0 N-ftHt
PRtPARCO ONLY BV
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