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ATTRACTIVE STYLES. Portaae Lake Hews the crmident . . . ia l. . nyan-Gardner Nuntiai , !.My more of mT teuMiM over to nupuai Mr. Btankn'Bhouhft I'll driTA him from hero. Mr. btanton has enough tel egrams of hii own and should not have mine.' "TboUKb I van but a hn ..1,1 fr xieaericK, "I could see that Mr. Lin- iMB.llNOLISII RAILWAYS. telegrams coma here addiessed to mi ! r:Iy,indL Rad dclivercnl to I THEV ARE SLOW TO ADOPT IMPROVE MENT8 IN THE SERVICE. wear With Prices Graded Also. l : a . 1 1113 MOrninrr West Houghton. American Wrinkle Are Adopted la a Sort i of 111 f Uearlod Way, and Very Little Effort I Made by the Managers to pop alarlie Them. ADDITIOKAL CALIHET JiEffl Furnished room to rent la the Agnitcb Block. Apply oo the ureuiises. Hoarders wsntd at I'M ward Jack- mati's, No. 1331 Depot street, lie lu. Oar lodge room ess ne rvnted fo- meetings on Saturday evening!. HlVltUT OlsOR. Highest of all In Leive&ing I'orer. Latest U. S. Gov't Report T7T n . O . v.v. also a rplendld line ol the latest Vli. .arkwear and other gentlemen's Jn.b.hinggoo1 Two factors in English holiday travel coin was mad all the way through, and are obTlon ,rom these great piles of Hole agency lor the They Will Keclde at lien., ,or th ttoment least, he was ff baggage. One Is that there I Irenver, diiroleasnd with hi. c no check system on the railways, and tary etanton, and that he Intended ex- " " VA"," " actly what he said. The president, then cabin "if1"1 Manchester as in directing himself to xae, continned: New York there would soon be a ditti- in the weight of the baggage, which English families take with them on their holiday travels. Few I i Saratoga trunks are to be seen on the platform at Crewe. Her and there may be seen a trunk which it takes two men to lift, but the address on it will almost cer tainly show it to belong to an Amerioan rill not take belongings into one or two large sized trunks. TJelthee la them anr need xehv thpT i io.iiuu iui iuiuhbhb inn ninAsnrn ann - - - j rf w The bridesmaids were Mins Irocban of "lt indulgence which sometimes, but Bhmld B0 loD the railway companies "wuuuvon, u.u; aims smith, oIL'Anw I uu ens uuiTersany, accompanies ' andA utrii i i.i.L.i. .. I thoir rru.k nr i i . I small trunks, hamners. bundles and qi U kinds ol brick and stone work, and Mrs. Kyan left on the afternoon lariat liying, as that of ancient Rome otner miscellaneous packages as the mom I a wwiuinic inp east and w be I and doss I t of NinAvh rinh.lnn oagnage emuiwi to wna ouo aei oi at borne to their Iriend- in Denrer, Col , did. on the alms of the rich and newer, railway tickets, and so long as an Eng. Biieruec.io. Mr. Kyanls manager lor fnl. thn w. iT -:HANNAN - SHOE:- With overshoes to fit all styles. V.A. WASIIDURH CO. HANCOCK. MICH. "GLYNN BROS.. CONTRACTORS & BDILDEBS Wkere the Uroem la fianaaer sf tke crew-Lcvieii Oil Cempauy-U. UrestlDK Twla I Ity Haps. The marriAirn nf xr;.. v n . . Mr t i7 -who waruner 10 ilr John D. llyan occurred this morning at 11 o clock at the home ol lion. C. l. beldn, on Montexuma strict. w. Uoughton. The ceremonv r.. uoy, tell your folks that I must have tny telegrams, and that if these soldiers about the door Interfere any more I'll drhe every one of them away. I don'l want them and never did want them about the place.' "Washington Star. Life la Great Citlea. And as to the tendency of the growth Ooto the Citr Bakerr tos-Tour tint pa. trim, Anel food, fruit cake always on hand. Cream puffs Fridays and rlatur-days. The Best We Jlave. Insist on getting a "La Emoreese ' 10-cent cigar. All Brut-clan dealers wll them, try 'em, like 'em. Kqnal to Im ported. Wanted One good man on salary or commiHttlon. Hig pay to right party. Apply in the evening to the local agency of the Singer manufacturing company, No. 350 Fifth street. MM LA VV 3 ADOLt3J1TlLV PURE as best man and Miss Nellie Gardner. i ,J, ei-ter of the bride, as maid of honor p?ion for idIonet, great cities with the and pleasure and Have you tried Moebs' Fro I'atria ci gars? Worth 10 cents, sold for 5 cents. Stamped 1'ro I'atria. A cool, sweet, tat- iMfying smoke. Oeorge Moebs L Co., manufacturers, Detroit. hancock men. JOB WORK tA!l'. W. then, no doubt, you have the con- ZZZZ. 7.ZiZZJ : rm'B flltions of a thoroughly unnatural and T&7. U. was' formerl IZ unhealthy life, and no one can wonder Hancock, and a faT..r, m th. . I M e rapid decay of suoh cities and of the Portage Lake cities. The bride in a I the DtttioD which gloried in them. Out lestiy Kxeete4 at tke Offle f tke Cat aet aad He Jacket Hewn. young lady who has made a large circle of friends since her residence in ilonghton. a large parry oi young people gathered at the depot, loaded with the reirulAtlnn rice, and congratulations and wihe lor a nappy future for the young couple. The Indebtedness of the Stunrenn Ttiir InmKll. AArnnn.. .L T V . " . t 1 TTIfVW H ATjHj I I bank, of Hancock, will be Daid completely "" I before the end nf th ri 1Ainf th. UG lumwr on wnicn tne bank had security as so much more security for other cred itors. Lumber of most yards baa risen a dollar a thousand in price and it is likely that advantageous contracts will be mane for the comlngseason by Messrs. 0. W. Robinson and E. L. Wright, who are now in Detroit for the purpose. THE MICHIGAN HOUSE, Comer of 0k and BUth Streets. Bed Jaokst. Lot and U, block 13, 9lumiS)TU tots 1 and S, Dloo . xamaraca w j. ilio Improved and unimprored Farm Lands ftle and to !. A large lot of Timbered Undi, In thu and adjoining county, xor saie. ibitraou of Title furnished. Taxes paid orDoa-retldents. roa&EMPOMDKXCK BOLIClTCDi Bsesi S.Bt rebel Bid Beasktoau Mlek. H. B. TinD-TABLE3- Trains 01 H. R. R. R. id pn pn Lv T tt n i& e uu In effect December 29, 1895. Ar n ra n m a m Red Jacket 30 2 40 10 10 im 13 ;i A (M Lanrlum H Z Z 6 lO.Vt r57 12.27 5.12 Oeceola 8.18 J.W f.W 1.05 5.50 Hancock 'J-5g 140 1.10 6 M UouKhton......T.30 1.40 9.05 impmpmAr Lvpmpmam Dully, t Dally except Sunday. fniier Trains on H.&C.R.R. In effect December 29, 196- At the Boys' Brigade social at the Con gregational church, Friday evening next, tnere will be musical numbers by that in fant prodigy, MitH Lttie Ilnurret, and by her sister, Miss Mamie. The exhibition drill by Company A will also be well worth witnessing. An excellent supper will be served and all who become guests of the boys are assured of a pleasaot time. The guard gates on the Fortage Lake bridge, designed and patented by Mr. J. P. Edwards, work in a very satisfac tory manner. Persons driving should take care not to drive up too close to the gates when the bridge is swung, for when the gates swing back they need about four feet to clear. where the honest working class far out numbers the proletariat, where the mid dle classes of distributors and manufac turers and professional men are labori ous and energetic, and even the olass that lives on its accumulated wealth contains a considerable sprinkling of serious and disinterested workers, we do not believe that there is the smallest evidence of any greater danger in the life of the city than in the life of the agricultural village or the pastoral tribe. Indeed, we should regard Olive Schreiner's picture of the life of tho modern Boers as indicating a condition of things more prolifio of morbid ele ments, with its almost complete ab sence of any stirring or active intelli gence, than any kind of modern life that is honestly laborious at all. The Boer life is too sloepy, too destitute of stirring thought or effort, to be alto gether natural. It needs at least the old element of danger and necessary vigi lance to render it even bracing. Lon don Spectator. t m n m n m Lv 7 45 12.15 oo. ...Lake Linden.. Ar d m p m a m 0.ZU 2 JU 9.55 la l 17 ll (r l.lnwood 8.1H Z.ZH 9.M T 60 12 20 5.06 B L Linden B.15 2.25 9 50 7.56 12 25 6.10 Mills 810 'M 9.45 04 .1 iU ft 10 Wnndaltle 8 VI 2 11 $ I 07 12.37 6.2! Dollar Bay 7.M 2 OH 9.33 I M 12.M 5.40 Hancock 7.40 1.60 9.15 140 1 10 5.55 HouKhton. 7.30 1.40 9.U6 tmpmpmAr Lvpmpmam 'Dally, t Dally exoept Sunday. I .. D.,S.S. (A,.-,..., 4 &A.B.B. For Male at a Bargata. One ten room house, with bath-room, irood cellar and large barn; within four blocks of post office, Hancock, forcash or on time; time payments would be about the same as rent. Apply to C. I Han- cnette, secretary. Edward Rvan. and bis sons Ed and Will, arrived home yesterday afternoon from Milwaukee, where the latter has been attended by a specialist lor an auec tion of the ear. The steamer "Japan" got aground nwir the Franklin dock yesterday morn ing and her cargo bad to be ebilted to release her, giving ner quite a nst. I7nmptiadfl in southwestern Louis iana rwd nine and farming lanas. For particulars fipplj to W. U uaoain I or J. A. tamer on, uounuiuu. tk-miuba untie son. of East nougb- ton, arrived borne ytsterday from a visit of a couple of weeks in Chicago and IX- troit. Growing the Bermuda Lily. 'Tho Bermuda lily should be planted in deep pots," writes Ebon E. Kexford in The Ladies' Home Journal "Put in a shallow layer of soil over the drain age material when you pot the bulbs of this plant, and on this place the bulb, which should be covered lightly. Leavo it like this until a stalk starts. Then fill in, as this stalk roaches up, until tho pot is full of compost I would not ad vino the use of any fertilizer after bring ing a plant to the light if the compost in which it was planted contained an ordinary amount of nutriment Develop ment is quite likely to be sufficiently rapid in ordinary rich soiL and the ap plication of a stimulant will so Hasten it that the, plant will be forced beyond healthy limits. Watch the plants when in the cellar and give a little water now and then if needed. Aim to keep the soil moist never wet When you bring them up, do not place them at onoe in a very warm room. A room adjoining one in which there is a Are is better for them, if it is frostproof, than one in which the heat is likely to run up to a high figure. When they come into bloom, be sure to keep them as cool as possible if you want the flowers to last IrUpoMl of the Dead. In iho eractical application of hie theories Moleschott animadverted on the prevailing customs of burying tho dead TyS rCTl-OI I Ulrich Sandstrom is the name of the I in permanent cemeteries, where their la sffset September 14, ltM. TRAINS L1AVE HOUGHTON tor iMtwnt ik. Mit anil the HamI. loRftUBa.. .....:00 a m. For Ghioacoand Mamnetta tl:IS p. m. TRAINS ABRJTI HOUOHTfrl from Mftmnatte (ThlneM and the OofebtoKanae tljM p. m. from Detroit and the east lit p. Ull j. t Dally exoept Sunday. for tickets, time tables and other Informs- ""wpiyto j. u. irvKu. 1-ioaei.oB. Hed Jacket Mloh. AflXLTP OX bap Utaite .mr.ir.vn of the Sturgeon ICiver lumoer company, who iWd so suddenly Mondsy. tv. t,Am. nt Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Han- cbette was gladdened Mondsy by the ar- rival of a baby daugDter. Tt;.hnn Williams, of Marquette, arrived In Houghton by yesterday's afternoon train. hodies decay with no advantage ana often with serious injury to the living. "If every place of burial, ne says, "after having been used a year, should be exchanged for a new one, it would become in the oourse of six or ten years a most fertile field which would do more honor to the dead than mounds and monuments." But. be adds, it would he still bettor if we could return 10 me Tt T Barry is confined to the house by I anclent custom of burning the dead. a comoinaiion ui hi "- - e U rami Rallrwaa. LINCOLN COULD GET ANGRY. Aa, Ftor Eiemple, When HI. Tel"grs Were Dellvrrea " ..t nri nrreral Lincoln anni- versary perchea," -aid r. m i e'stni ti v iif'i'U rii v m. - j-reaem. -""- a f lish cab driver will pile all this stuff on the top or box scat of his cab and carry it and the family attached to it from their home to the railway station for half a crown. 1 Every now and sgain an Englishman who has been in America writes to The Times concerning the advantages of the check system as it is worked on the American railways, but all these letters go unheeded. English railway managers have a dread of innovations, especially if the innovation comes from America, and the English people, who are accus tomed to the scramble for baggage at the railway stations, are quite satisfied with the existing system, or rather lack of system. On the whole, they save a little money by it English railway companies allow a third class passenger 66 pounds of personal baggage, and a first class passenger double that amount Any excess is supposed to be paid for, but a tip of threepence to a porter will usually see the whole traveling impedi ments of a family carried straight from the cab to the train and, insure that no Questions as to weight are asked. It is usually the lack of a tip or a hostile hint from a cabman who is not satisfied with his fare that leads to a call at the 'weighing xnachiiio on the way from the cab to the baggago van. Under the ex isting system English people have al ways to watch over their own baggage at every change, and sometimes to scramble and struggle for it st the end of the journey, and to tumble over other people's baggage as they fight their way into a crowded train. But then, as 1 have shown, it is a system under which the passenger can nearly always get the best of the railway company in the mat ter of Excess of baggage, and nobody gives any heed to the frequent sugges tions that the American system of checks should be adopted. In ono or two directions the English companies are now following the exam ple of the American railway companiea After years of urging from the board of trade and the government department which has the oversight of railways several of the lines are gradually intro ducing long cars for long distance travel. They havo not boldly adopted the Amer ican car. The pattern of car now being brought into use is a compromise be tween the American car -and the Eng lish compartment carriage. The com partment is retained, bnt each compart ment is connected with a corridor which runs not down the middle, bnt along one side of the car. This has given the name of corridor train to tho train made up of carriages built after this fashion. On some of the trains all the car riages are connected with vestibules like thoeo on Amerioan railways. On other trains there are two or three cor ridor cars, while the rest of the carriages are. of the old fashioned style.. It is oharacteristio of the English people that there is seldom any scramble for places in the new cars. People seem to like the old compartments better, a fact upon which the railway companies do not fail to Jay stress when! after some outrage in a train, the companies are pressed by the board of trade to make the nse of corridor cars more general. The corridor trains are principally in nm hntween London and Scotland. On The bread and cake of the Huperi' . Bakery can be had at the following aget des: James Lisa's. Mrs. Uoekln's, K d Jacket: Martin Kuhn's. J. C. Lean Peter Olcem's. Calumet Tillage, aid Welsenauer'e, Uullbaul's, Lake Linden. A (reeh supply Is left at these agencies every lay, and the prices are aslow asthelowest HwekJea'si Armies Halve. The best salve in the world for cute, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. 1 1 is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by D. T. Macdonald. laJke Linden Btas. Stage leaves Pearce's livery stabTe, Lake Linden, every day at 8 a. m., 10 a. m., 1 and 4 p. m. Stage leaves McCluie's livery stable, Red Jacket, at 8 a. m., 10 a. m., and 1 and 4. p. m. Thomas Feabce, James McCluhk, Proprietors. Rooms or offices to rent over Kins man's shoe shop, adjoining the poet of fice. Apply on the premises. Retire to Pay I'P. lieing about to go out of business all persons indebted to me are requested to settle their accounts forthwith as all those outstanding at the end of the month will be placed in the hands of an attorney for rolltrtion. so please call and save yourselves this ex pensa. JAMES 1 ACUEIL. November 12, 1800. Katey. Camp, Arlou mad fteeker Dres fiaaoe James Glanville, agent for the above celebrated pianos, has just received new and large consignment, which he in vites the public to call and Inspect. For richness of tone and workmanship these ()ianos cannot be excelled. Six months' essons given free to every purchaser of a Instrument, bv one of tne best music teachers in the city. Also agent for the famous White sewing machine, sold on easy payments. Store on North Fifth street. Fleas Take notlee Wears pleased to tell yon that we make everything pertaining to the shoe maker s trade as cheap as ever rrqm tne best quality of leather. Men's boots or shoes soled for 45 and 50 cents, ladies' shoes soled for 85 and 40 cents. We have a nice assorted stock of fall and winter snoep, ana our own mase sboe packs, which we will dispose of at very low figures. Good work guaranteed. Okeb t KxMPPAuncif. Fifth street, Red Jacket, next to Jacob Gartner's store. Dr. E. L. Robertson, the noted special ist on chronic diseases, from our Iritate capital, Lansing, who has had a mar vrious experience and success in the med lal profession, covering a period of over 25 years, assisted by the noted lady phy sician andspedal st in chronic female du eases. Dr. L. D. flaxen, en be consulted from 0 to 1) p.m. at'th Taylor House. Consultation frae. Examinations of ladies are conducted by Mrs. Dr. listen. which makes it a pleasure instead of a dread for those suffering from disease peculiar to her sex. Dr. E. L. Rob rt son's long and careful study, coupled by long years of experience and an enormous practice in rbronic diseases, have earned a reputation which is truly enviable and above reproach. He cures the most ob stinate cases of the following complaints with eas: Stomach diseases, such as dys pepsia, ulceration, catarrh, bloating, pain or fullness after eating and any form of Indigestion, liver, chronic constipation, piles and all forms of rectal troubles re sulting from diseases ot liver, spleen and bowels. The loathsome and dreadful disease catarrh in its most obstinate form. Kidney and bladder trouble, ner vous debility and prostration, rheuma ltism, ecxetna and salt rheum, diseases peculiar to women, inflammation, sick headache, pain in back and loins, spinal weakness, bloating, discbarges, smarting, burning, itching can positively be cured. Also diseases peculiar to man, all disor ders of the blood, disease of the spinal nerve affecting the optic nerve, also chron ic Inflammation and granulation of the eyelids and deafness, asthma and chronic bronchitis. The doctors will be pleased to give any Information to parties wish ing their services. Bank. Tko JTlalandera' Mutual Fire Insurance company ol Houghton and Keweenaw counties, or ganised in 1800 according to the laws ot the State of Michigan, will insure proper ty ot Its mem era. Have paid fire losses oyer 13,000 during Its existence. The company paid back during the last year to sixty-two of its members ot hve years' standing 68 per cent of their premiums, amounting to 3,502. Will pay back during this year on the same rate to thirty-six members ol five years' stand ing 11,447. On the first day of July the company had 414 members, 351,- R20 worth ol rperty insured, and f 7,611.27 In treasury. For further par tlculars apply to the undersigned. Johk Blomqvibt, President. Alvx Lbw onen , Secretary. Office, 448 Pine street, upstairs. Red Taekst. Merchants' & Miners CAXUHET, Hlsau CAPITAL, - ' . $100,000 Surplus and undivided profits, 60,000 rOCB FEB CBHT FEB AimUat PAID ON INTEREST DEPOSIT omoxasi CHARLES BRIQOB FasatDmwT R.H.OB BORN . Vica-Pa srnsjri H. S. OOLTON.. ......OASHiss Insurance. F. A. Douglass, Fire, Marine, Life, Accident. Plato Class. Steam Boiler Security. 25Leadinc Companies English and American. $100,000,000 OF CAPITAL. W. H. Faucett. First National Bank, CALITOIBT. Hie. T)llflPflMM A FOK PUKCHAME OF PROI'KUTY. We will receive proposals in writing for the purchase ot propertira as described blow at our ortloe in Joseph WerttnA Hon'atttore, Kod Jacket up to Monday, November 3oib, lnwe, next: Lot 7, block !W. north end of Eighth street. Red Jacket, with two houses thereon. Farm, known aa Dollinicer's farm, at Boot Jack, Torch Lake townHhlp, vl: is k a or p vv ceo, to, iwp. w, u o BE M of NE " " BWKotNWX " " " W H of 8V 4 NW M of HE i " " " E H of HE H " Lot 3, house, barn and outbuildings, Beo. 29, Townnhlp iw. Kan ire ss. NB 1 of NW a. Boo. 32. Twp. 68, R. 32. NHofNEM " " " EttofNR . Beo. 33, " NW 5 of NW " " " Prt of Lot 1, ) 75-100 acres, Beo 32, T 65, R 32 B H of N W H, Beo. 82, Twp 66, U. B. NWMoriMWM " . Lots 6, 7, 8 and w, in diook b, usceoia aauiuon Capital, Karplae, f 100,000 50,000 Fear Per Cent Per Annas Paid an Mavlnas Deposits, DcpaalUoMl and Unwaras JBeeslvsa. omcnii . EDWARD RYAN Pmssn JOHN 8.DYMOOK Vic-PKsiDEjri WILLIAM B. ANDERSON Cashhs First National Bank, HANCOCK. Huron County is situated 130 miles from De troit, 70 miles from Tort Iluron, and G8 miles from Saginaw, on what is known as the Thumb of Michigan. This County Is bounded on three sides by the waters of the Great lake, which maintain aa even temperatur unaffected by the euddea change which occur hundreds of miles further soutn. Tula create, a fruit growing country that lHunexoelled, in any northern atate. An nies, prars. plums, ana cuerriesnna nere tneir native home, and the trees are prolific beyond the belief of residents of other parts. The sou is a Men olay loam wiiicn seems es- tbe growing of grasses. In thn vlllnirA nf ijancoclr Fart of Block 6 In Osceola addition, 100 feet square, with dwelling and barn thereon. We reserve the right to reloct the highest or any bid. JOHN VERT1N, 4. D. ucni n'. itxecuiorm. i . ,, . . . m a am mm uM uraproiu - do.u.i Cacital $200 000 - the LAKE SUPERIOR DIVISION richer in carbonio acid and ammonia, the ashes, which contain tne ele ments of now crops of ooreals for the nurture of man and beast, would trans form our barren heaths Into luxuriant .ia;na At nresent he adds, we are act- alnthfnl servant 4K n the effect that Mr. Lincoln sel- . . hi 0 talent in the earth u.a otwI that when he did get I ... nf lafti- investing it so as to a Aid not allow himself to get I nritriM. Ponular Science Mouth- very wad. II these ? .117 ly. which he declares to bo unquestionably ,r nrnrtiral ss well as more poeticaL .. . , . i .i i ... . ... 4 1 V Bt this process tne air wouia i iuau acores Ol tne long aisianow runs m v' r . i j i a I. . . ... 1 ..ill .Ilk. 4 say CHICAOO Q Tr lrinco. it is all right, ineiri-m. . M uh him tut my w rsonai "P""""0 -- UU. mj i . . oonld set up a one . . mk terribly good sizea case u . i v . . hA time and was a l wax .-- .n T-je. .n&v rnr rne uiu Oeorg W. Csbls-s Ad. vtk niil Nve naid his last visit to San Francisco, some Bohemian friends of his took him on a bay jmntai 1. aitAri an hour or two for Bill to spring one of his quiet joKws 1 bookstalls in tnis country, mained as grave as naj land all the carriages are still of the old fashioned kind. Another fact concerning the corridor trains is typical of the English char acter. Newsboys are not carried on them. The English railway newsboy is till kept solely to the platforms at the railway stations. And he is likely to be kept there, for English people would vote it a nuisanoo too great to be borne to be pestered to buy books and confeo tionery they do not want The newsboy who travels with tbe tram nas zew friends among Englishmen who have been in America. People grumble at the prioes charged by the monopolists trnl all the railway news and But it is often put to the credit or tne monopo- J. D. Dunlop. M.D.C.M. Alpena, - SHchlgan. The drink habit in all its stages treated with tbe utmost success. Also diseases of the nervous system. Write for par ticulars. THE CITY. STAR LAUNDRY. fIAft LER, Proprietor. Newly opened laundry, In the Miller buildincr, Filth street, next door to L. Uennes' store. The best of work done and satisf action guaranteed. Give him a call. Fsnr Per Cent Per Annans Allows oa interest IMpoaii. omens i WILLIAM HARRY. PETER RUPPB WILLIAM CONDOR. , PBSBiuasi .Vlcs-PanHDairi Cashw THE CITY BAKERY. NBUIOM dfc SJTKAHDE1 U Fron. Front Street. XXedJacltet. Vresh bread can be had at tbe following S laces i Tamarack and Heola stores, Hannes : Uo.'s, Holman at Williams', Red Jacket, and Flnlayson's Lsunnm, fresh trait and eream oake every Saturday. MaoDonald & Jacka, Proprietors of UTERI, FEED AND SALE STABLES. Headquarters for Keweenaw Stage Line Rigs and prices to suit all. On telephone ex change. Portland aad Fifth ftta Bed Jacket, I Tf) wjnriVOYKKa THIS) SPACE I UKSKRVBD 1TTH1 Calumet and Heela Mining Company. TrSimioh For several days there t pawwd Angel island. There on the liBt their now.boyt aro always at Kinniiw of telegrams for the WM immense signboard, bear- h d bat ncver make themselves a bad been a numner o thn nnA word "Cable" in large nnia' nf)P --ortr nassenKcrs who do arvn ftA uii thai hoiisaa. or bn bouses' who wish to rent rooms and those who havs rooms to rent are invited to advertise hers without any exponas . . 7 -fBprra. and among 4 ,Kn nne word "Cable !ES l Trrrnernber two or three from itarinR lottert, General McClellan. IJ now why tlieycna no one military -i ,,.,,- ldenl In those day.therewM alJ- nard of soldiers station at the two CSS. ti as also at the other gates, ,, uuv I. Kr. were eencraliy wen k?r "irv nTestion. at least to Bigmwiwu'-v . mMth .oldirr rewlptfd lor m i . mi. t0. tuddenly came (plrprftrnsT' he .. Hyoutheoth lhfd manded of me. "Pu ' . .,5m a. . I .. . thntioh I inutrui- m wuuTnAi no fast Tirr.Ei StiknewthV; ru; rUUWAN BUFFET tLEEPIKS CAM. two others that day rt- el,an; u.. t.a .ra' added the " 'Tnat is v" - t"TaJKn acmts on te Horthom fwtn Ei.! Mokats via the Loit7k rorta- Oomnertotal Art. CsiabUo Wioh. -W Psarv A4, Caletffoi Clellan. 'That is w" " i.iL.t i have not reorivw "Then., turnina to the .trance." saia Jur. flic, v,k toward the sitrn. "how some of those American authors will in- .I. .tvowi.inff themseivea. iZ to men saw it But tbey all laughed. San Francisco Examiner. A rftjrrho'B"lt Cera. nuisance, nor worry passengers who do not want the books they are vending. One of the newest innovations from America In the English railway service concerns mileage books. These are now in use on the Northeastern railway. They are being tried in a tentative fashion, and so far are issued only to first class travelers. The reductions in fare are quite considerable, and the oon The Palace Livery. JAHKSJ MeCLCBK, PropT. NEW RIGS. NEW HOUSES. I T.iit.iliirfOflil rooms to rent. En If you want the swellest turnout In town. I qulre0f Mike llaller.on the premises, 708 Une call at the raiaoe wvery. tw ' tr best rigs In the copper country at rnawuauiv piioes. Bpeolal rstos to plonlo parUes. HTABtK01V PORTLAN It HTKEET, Apply at Tbo tmall boy bad been requested to ditloni prescribed by the company are do some errands, but insisted that he eMT u thfc experiment works satisfuc- was feeling badly. As tho family phy- ioriljt it .oon be extended to third aician happened to call he felt tbe boys cJaM paMengors on the Northeastern, Dulse and looked at his tongue and said : once well established on one large "Yon had better make a good, strong llnft) the system will soon become Von S'Swi depressed and left the ''hen shall I apply the plaster?" asked the mother. .. .fSL't anr.lv it at all. He'll get well before that stage of the treatment reached." Washington Star. general. London Letter. Wantio A good second-hand kitchen coal stove; No. 0. Apply at the news office. street. T. Rent One furnished room 6U8 Fourth street. Blue Jacket. Wanted To Beatfour or Svs rooms. Apply at tho News offloe. To Bent Wanted to rent by a company . I .mnlntM a bouM of foUV OT BVS rOOtnS lO L-"IllQt K PPfilVRQ!- VefloworHlu.Jaok.t. Leave particulars st -vw - - I the News offloe. Wanted to Rent Three rooms. Appl to Mrs. Wlnans, ZOU4 Calumet street, Bia! mas. For Male For IWO.TJoubls bouse, Nos. 8044 and 3i)40 Bwedetown. appiy si we oompiy Far Rale House no. hm navmoanieiKBt mnmi. Knaulre of Mat Luoaa Ked Jacket. it was rf-n to TtrwT A flve-room bouse. ...ti. ivatJMl. Annlv at the Nkws offlce at once. Trt tiwvt Three rooms In Fewabic street. Lanrinm. Apply to Alex Macken- tie, 149 Calumet avenue. a fixe lixe or new Steel Ranges And some fine second hand lleaters. Call nL .t amine. We will take your old stoves in exchange. Ws pay cash for second-band goods and sell and exchange on part payments. Stoves Repaired n-u - f raUan of Turkey, styled the Magnificent on aooount of the 5teofbtacWhl OnstaUocoa Sons be is said tobave worn IL000.000 worth of diamonds. The Arabs, anxious to impose upon ker. Uroa Url fiCed to find a travsUra, often sell as min.J IcTsxlt yon, try "HelmlkSi'i wheat" gralaa taken from their own tbe best la the aaarket, flalds. . . on short notice. Msil postal and we will call on you. -Second-Hand Store-? Charles M. Pollnky, Proprietor. Anderson Budding, 813 Main Street, Red Jacket. vr Mala For aVio. house No. VOX with r.rn.nn eonntv roal. KaymDauitowo. aa aulre at bouse or of tbo company. aaiA-RouM No. 1571 Lake Linden av enue. corner Railroad street. Tea rooms Enquire of ths company. ataia rtouM No. linl. fNredetown Enquire at Joseph Sotlloh'a store. Bed Jacket, foe Male House No, tJOt. Iwsdetowu, la quire at ths house. ttmm nniiia No. titli six rooms aad situated In Bwedetown. Apply to Calumet and Heels mining company. For Male House No. 1411 B street. Raym haniuwn. AddIv oo the Drsmlstsi or ths oom Dan. For Stale House Wo. sin) Tunnel street, Bwedetown. Apply on tho promises. For Sale Seren-room house i Wo. Itta, Tunnel stroet. Swedstowa. Awp ly toJoha leppal. Looal Ravressntailvs. Boom I BorgoBloeK. peclally adapted to uently yields seven or eight bushels ot Clover will stay In the ground for years and frequently yieldi seed to tbe acre. The great bodies of water around us render fatal droughts Impossible. Wheat, oats, corn, potatoes ana pea are sale ana pronutDie crops In this section. The last report or tne etate agricultural Denartmentaivea Huron County W per oent as tbe condition of her agricultural products. HO uounty exoeiis ner. tio man witn orainary industry ana economy can fall to acquire a competence. This Is the place where If yon "Tickle nature with a nar row, sne wilt laugn uululu n&biuii. With sixty miles of seaboard and a hundred miles ot railroads within the county, tbe mar kets are convenient to every man's door and freight rates are cheap. I am agent for various lands, a few descrip tions of w blob are hereunto annexed and are: 22S acres Improved, good clay soil, good state of cultivation, 1H miles from P. O. and store, miles from rail way, running stream through place fa per acre. . 2nd aid acre, in Sec. 24. Lincoln Township about 3D acres cleared, good clay loam soil. running stream wruuga puce - i.uyi r wra. erd 600 acres in Moo. iv, tiroomueia town ship 2U0 acres Improved, balauoe easily clvared, good bouse, two barns, clay loam soli, stream running through place 4So.uO per acre. Any af the stow rarans will be divide Into aanaiier rax ma so anit parcaawr tf deeiroa. 4th 80 acres ot land w mile from tbe corpo ration cf Bad Axe. Fine clay soil, SO acres cleared, well fenced, balance easily cleared. 29 acres In bay. This will make a fine borne. All the advantages ol a High Bcnooi. moo. .... .. ... fttn tw acres oi iana rour miie. kjqidwwi n Rmd Axe. on ttebewalnff State road. Fine bouse, good barn and sheds. One orchard, well fenced, good well, lino soil, very .fine farm. 0th so acres one mile from Bad Axa. About 60 acres improved. No buildings. Fine location. Onlytl.boO 7th acres in sec. 17, verons townsmp, mile from the corporate limits of Had Axe. No clearing. Pplendid soil. Uood location. Ureat bargain at I1.2U0. Hth txt acres three miles from Bad Axe. Good house and barn and out buildings, small orchard, about 50 acres. Improved, bplendid soil. trloe2.6U0. iith iho serve In Beo. U, Meade Township About SO acres cleared, log bouse, frame barn, well fenced, clay loam soil, small orchard, i mile from school, one mile from U. U. and store. Price 3,uu0. loth 120 acres In Boo. 23, Oolfav Township All cleared. Weil fenced. No buildings. Within W miles of Bad Axe, on Hand JUeaoh and eebewaing t late road. Price ti.tUO. Uib-lriOacras In HeoUons S and 17. Verona Township miles from village of Bad Axe, 86 acres Improved, large bouse, good barns and sheds, S wells, 110 grape vines, small or chard. Frioe 4.ou0. 12th & acres in eeo. 83, Hume Township 70 acres Improved, t bouses and large barn, good orchard, about 100 acres of balauoe oaa be cleared tor tl per acre, Ml sores green Beech and Maple timber, running stream, (rood stock farm, 3 miles from village of hlnde, ooe mile from village of I'lnnebog. FrlceSH 4o0. Uth o acres In eo. Si. Lincoln lownshlp 43 acres Improved, balance light clearing. lxC bouMt, frame Kara, small orchard of apples plums, cherries snd pears. I'noe ll.HOO lth eo acres In bee. S. Grant lownshlp About 60 acres improved, frame dwelling, largo frame barn with stab e, small orchard, applfa plums, cherries, pears and small fruit. XS4 miles from P. 0.,& miles from Bad Axe, mile from school. A bargain. Price ll.MU. 15lb so acres In Beo. II. Verona Township Good frame house, large frame barn, all im- F. roved, running stream. J us t across tbe road rom the school house. Price ti.MM. Ittth SO acres, t1 miles irom hmmmwiii all cleared, runnlrg water on place, fairly good a.. bniuiings, H nUis from school house. Prloe Ainoabout 1B.000 acres In tbe townships of ilgel. Hand Beach B loom Beld, Meade, Uhandler and Iluron at prices from tio to IIS per acre. For farther Information call on or address. A. L. Vriffht. Cad Axo, r.:ich.