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The Copper Conntrr Kreninjc News
pfUSHtl BY Fred. iMacXonzie, l'dltor mud Proprietor. rOflk'lnthoNr.ws MK-k. north end of Fifth street, Koa jacsci, innn TF.KJIH OK M'HM'HIPTIOSl BVSIAILOBCARKIKH. One year (In advance) Ht months l'er mouth.... fa i 2 t ivTrKrn at thk vost omca at cam-met, MICHIGAN AS MlOSD CLASS MATTLK. lrTToinmunioatloiis und letters of business oounected with tue paper euouiu ims auurrostu to The Copper Country Evening News, CalunieU 7Iirhlxu. Leland, Towle & Co. Hunker and Ilroker. Meintert cf the Boston ani Kg? Yeri Eiclanies Copper Stocks a Specialty. W. F. Fitzgerald, S Vonxrv Ht. Boston Copper - Stocks A Specialty. T. BRIGHAM BISHOP, 7 WATER STREET, BOSTON. - - My facilities for trading In the copper stocks are of the very best. Uuick service. Prompt returns. Your trade solicited. Orders re ceived for ten-share lots and upward for cash or on marsrln of ti or more per share. Ideal in all stocks listed on the boston and New York exchanges. Write for book: How to fcPBCCLATB m COPPKIt STOCKS. MINING. Mock a. Boston, December 7, 18. Mlouea Arnold Atlantic 22 Jlosion & Montana Vi 25 Butte A Koston 23 Oalumet and llecla 325 Centennial Copper Falls Franklin .-. Kearsitrge .. lfl 25 I'loneer 5 25 Osceola Ilo Juincy 1U0 Ouincy script w.i 4 Hd .Dominion IS Tamarack 95 amarack Junior 14 50 Tecum sen '.i Wolverine 9 il e reed U old 7 50 Copper Circular. tiineeour Innt isHiu there ban been a very decided improvement in tbe market for copper in sympathy with the revival felt in bunmpHH circle generally. Demand 'law been quicken d nnd price advanced ince the presidential election. Tbe beni tatton previously diep'ajed by buyer was luid Hfide, and both domentie and Ion ian conwumerw have been very free imrchafers, and t.ff.'rinnH of nil kind of copper were readily taken up. The vol ume of business for the month wan Urire, and we entimate the tranHHctionn In the flffgnvratent from yo,0()0,0J) to.J.j,00O, 000 pounds of tho various Krades, in cluding about ir.,000,000 pounds Hold by the Calumet and Hecla company, moit of the latter having been aken by ome manufacturers at priceH underetood to be 10, 11 and 11).; cents per pound. v The upward trend of the market con tinued cntil 11 cents was reached for Lake Superior copper. Although at the present stage of the market business is quiet, the tone is firm, but no apparent anxiety is manifested by either buyers or sellers. A noticeable feature has been the scar city of casting copper and the high prices obtainable for this variety. The demand for casting brands has become so great that makers have been unable to meet it and some consumers have bought largely of Lake copper as a substitute at about the same price quoted for casting. Much of the taw material, hitherto available for smelters, is now converted into elec trolytic copper, for thesake of saving the eilver contents, which has resulted in al most obliterating the output of casting copper. The market for this grade ad vanced as high ns lljf for the best brands. There have been some pur chases of foreign copper for American ac count, part of which has already arrived to mef t this demand. With better trade in this country con sumption will undoubtedly Improve greatly, and in that event exports should naturally nhow a material falling off next year, ns it cannot be expected that the surplus available for shipment to Europe next year will equal that sent abroad during 1800. At present there is lull in trade, but the prospects for an active demand on both sides of the At lantic in 1807 are excellent. The ability of Europe to absorb unprecedented quan. titiesof copper from this country, be sides the regular shipments from Chili, Spain and Austria, has been thoroughly tested ever since January 1, and Immense nupplies from America are an actual ne cessity In order to keep pace with the rapid Increase in foreign consumption. If American shipments should be serious ly curtailed on account of the more urgent requirements of the home trade, no other source ot supply, could be relied onto make up the deficiency. Produc tion here has been pushed to the highest point ever known, and yet the world' visible supply of copper has been getting less and less. Lowest and highest prices of copper duriDg November, 1890: Lake copper, New York, cents per pound: Lowest, 10.7."; highest, 1 1 50. G. M, B. spot cop per, JiOndon, per gross ton: Lowest, i48 2GJ; highest,ti'19 13s. London sales of" O. M. H. copper re ported in November, 20,800 tons. Copper production, in tons of 2,240 pounds, as follows: Octoter I Inc. Pec. Fimed States 1M lUl 2.WJ ...... K.uropean T.2 7 7wl .... 6"0 U.S. exports 11.371 3,77:1 7.WH .... First ten months 1. 1 '.. Inc. Pec. 1'nlted States ltMUUO 140,lr 2y.11 Kuropean Tl.tttt 71.4"1 2"2 U. S. exports lOu.S'Jl bi.bXi 47s Exports ot Copper from tbe United State in November, as complied by the Xe York Metal Exchange, were 11,471 tons. The following ars the exports for eleven months, in tons of 2 240 pounds finecopper: 189G, 112, 002; 1895, 57, 49G; increase, 54.5CG. European copper statistics per cable show a decease of 810 tons tbe last half of November, Tbe total yUible supply is now 34,770 tons. During the month Chili bars have been withdrawn from warehouse at Liverpool and Swansea to the extent of 1,640 tons, leaving only 22,900 tons of Chili bars at these centers Deliveries of copper, all Europe, in Nov, ember were 20,900 tons, against 1G,000 tons in October. Deliveries exceeded total month's supplies by GOO tons. The London market for 0. M. B. copper closed today at 48 10s spot, and 49 2s Gd futures. Sales amounted to 300 tons spot, and 250 tons futnres. The domestic market is dull but steady at followingquotations: Lake,llf1& electrolvtic, 1121; casting, U, D. Foistox &. Co , Metal Brokers. New York, December 3, 189G. Twcnty-tlve pattern hats (imported from the old country) and a few dress patterns and skirts to be cleared at less than half price; in fact, no reasonable offer refused, as Mrs. Railton is leaving the city in a few days, and they have to be sold, at Oates' office, by the depot. Overcoats. Let us go to M. Johnson, tbe tailor up stairs in tbe Sauer block, and see how cheap be can make an overcoat or ulster. He has a tine assortment of chinchilla, kerseys, montenac and cheviots. Fit uaranteed and the best of workmanship one. Tlooms or offices to rent over Kins man's shoe shop, adjoining tbe post of- ee. Apply on tbe premises. Furnished rooms to rent in the Agnitch Block. Apply on the oremises. SloMjuito Vaccination. Within u lat two years a family moved from the city to tlio country. There wen; ubout the new plaeo a treat number of nusquikt .s, and tho possibil ity of an iutiiuatn acquaintance with this insect was a serious drawback to their enjoyment of their new heme. As tho mosquito season arrived there were complaints of Fuffering that made bight a oread. By sonic means mosquitoes would get into the bouse, even though every door and window wcro tightly screened. Tbe theory was that infant mosquitoes crept through the wires nud grew to maturity in the apartment. At all events they did their mischievous work to the great disfigurement and dis tress of tho members of tho household, but they were located and could not chango their residence, a thing they would gladly have dono for this reason alono, so serious was the trouble. Toward the latter part of tho Benson it was observed that the bites, instead of swelling and forming blotches an inch or so across, grew less annoying until on several occasions there were bites on the bands that produced no results beyond tho immediate sting of the bite. A lit tle notice proved the fact that several members of tho family had by some process become practically exempt, and tne mosquito plague became but a tri fling item of annoynnco. It might bo in teresting to follow up this subject and see whether the introduction cf this poison into the Rystein has the same ef fect as vaccination, rendering the per son almost if not altogether nrnof agcir;t suffering from future punctures from these hitherto troublesouio pests. New York Ledger. Army Music In England. Since 185? every army musician in England must have passed through a courso of instruction at Kneller hall tho former residenco in Twickenham of Sir Godfrey Kneller. The bandsmen aro supposed to bo mere private soldiers and receive the regulation shilling a day, plus a penny extra for the guards, and sixpence per diein to provide them selves with furnished rooms. It is of course absurd to suppose that first rate performers would be satisfied with this miserable stipend when they could easily earn 2 or 3 a week by mere evening work at tho theaters. They therefore receive a varying dxtra allowance from tho band fund of the regiment, the government contributing 80 a year per regiment toward the cost of musia and instruments. I ho bandmaster, who is a warrant officer and is under the military orders of tho drum major, nominally gets shillings to 0 shillings per day, plus 70 a year from the band fund. Both bandsmen and their conductor, however. derive the greater part of their income from private engagements, and trades unions congresses have more than once protested that the employment of the army bands at fetes, garden parties, bazaars and so forth is unfair to the civilian professional bandsmen. New York Times. Tb Ciiy f Cordota From the station wo drove through a staring white suburb, past tho well whitewashed walls of tho bull ring, to the Fonda do Orients. It was still early iu tho afternoon, tho sun fierce, tho light blinding tho hour when ull sum mir wo had been sleeping and dreaming in tho Alhambra'a halls and tho tJtn cralifo's gardens. Beniemberiiig their loveliness, and hoping for new beauty liko it, wo could not stay in the dull hotel bedroom, though with its tiled floor it vas fairly cool and clean, and wo went out into the town. Silence hung over it liko a pail. Every winding street iu the labyrinth beyond the Paseo was empty; not a living creature in eitrht. only once in awhile a beggar, who rushed from some spot of shade to assail us. All the low, white houses, with their iron barred windows, were tight shut. The place was abandoned and desolate, its silenco unbroken by sound of toil or traffic. Was this really tho Cordova of Mnsa and Abderrahrrau, the Cordova once called tho Bagdad or Damascus of tho west, whoso streets were ever alivo with the clang of arms, tho pomp of proces sions, tho clatter of students going to aud from the schools, whoso name was a synonym for wealth and power, for culturo and industry the world famous town with its scientists and merchants and women doctors? It was as . if a plague had fallen suddenly upon tho town and Jeft not one man, woman, or child to tell tho tale. Elizabeth R. Pennell in Century. Wendell rhllllps. Tho Cosmopolitan quotes sorao per sonal comments written by "Wendell Phillips when on his Jectnro tours. From Illinois ho writes, in a car, with a lead pencil: ,4Tho weather is dull; only two days 6inco I left that I havo seen tho sun; rain, snow, clouds, damp, mud und grim heavens. Still, tho audiences aro large. ' ' From ono of tho oil towns in Penn sylvania: "Hero I am in an oil town, mud over the hubs of tho wheels ; literally, one horse was smothered in it; tho queerest crowd of men, with trousers tucked in their boots. Everybody here is making money tho first placo I havo found whero this is tho caso. Explanation they have all struck oil "In Milwaukee, I had a fine suit of rooms, bath, chamber, parlor, with pier glass 10 feet high and 5 feet broad notLing showy just comfortable. "I, tho traveler, the elderly gentle man, have been kissed in Illinois 1 Put that in your pipo and smoke it if you can without choking your envious soul. Yes, kissed on a public platform, in front of a depot, tho whole world envy ing mo. Who did it, do you ask? It was on old man of 73 years, a veteran aboli tionist, n lovely old saint. In the early days of tho can so wo used to kiss each other, liko tho oarly Christians, and when ho taw mo he resumed tho habit. " A Physician's Novel Device. The carrier pigeon has been put to many uses, such, for instance, ni mak ing known tho results ot races and elec tions to peoplo living at a distance. But a doctor in Scotland lias extended its utility in a remarkable way. lie has a largo and scattered practice, and we gathe'r from The Medical Press and Cir- cular.that when ho goes on long rounds ho carries a number of pigeons with him-. If ho finds that somo of his pa tients require medicine at onco ho writes ont prescriptions, and by means of the pigeons forwards them to his surgery. Here nn assistant gets the messages, prepares tho prescriptions and dispatches tie mediciuo. If, after visiting a pa tient, the doctor thinks ho will be re quired later in tho day, hoRimply leaves a pigeon, which is employed to summon him if necessary. To this enterprising physician the keeping of carrier pigeons means a saving of timo, expeuso and labor. What Willie Raid. The minister, it was expected, would spend tho evening with tho family, and Airs. W illiams was most anxious that her little boy should appear at bis best "Now, Willie,M sho said. "Dr. Bchultz will ask you your name, and yon must tell him it is Willie, And he will ask you how old you are, and then you must say 'Five. And he will want to know whero bad little boys go, and you must tell him, .'They go to bell.' Do you un derstand?" Not content with a repeti tion once or twice, Mrs. Williams drill ed him again and again in the answers. Dr. Schultz came," as expected, and after a short conversation with the host ess lifted the child on his knee and said, well, my little fellow, can you tell me your name?" Imagino the surprise of tne reverend doctor when, like a flash. camo tho answer: "Willie. Five voars old; Go to hell 1" London Figaro. She Had Her Choice. "And so she married a man named Smith. That shows she was pretty hard up." "On the contrary, eho says sho had her choice of names." "Had her choice of names and chose Smith?" "That's what she said." "Oh, well, I supposo tho means her choico of his and hers, and sho naturally cnoso nis. - umcago Tost. Not a Question of Goodness. It is not a question of who is "good enough" to go to heaven or who is "good enough" to join church. People should not bo received into .churches on profession of goodness, but on profes sion of faith. Nobody can tell of any body elso that he or sho is "good enough to go to heaven." Western Itecordcr. Whistling winds, which give a shrill sound through tho cracks and crannies of a building, generally indicate cooler weather. The business portion of St Petersburg was seriously damaged by fire in 18G2 the property lost exceeding $5,000 000.' The Ilrst We Have. Insist on irmtnir h "La KmoreW 10-cent cigar. All ftrst-clana dealers them, try Vin, 11k ra. Equal to sell Im ported. To Necret Noelrtlea and Oilier Wish lug to Itent a LodiiA lloom. The Temple of Honor lodge room is vacant on Wednesday and Friday even ings or eacd week. Parties desiring to rent the same may apply by letter to the HJnion Temple of Honor and Temperance No. 48, Calumet. Mich. Secretary' ad dress, 2029 Calumet street. Overcoat and I' I (iters For men, boys and children at cost price I have bought a little more of thesegoods than I ought to have bought and for that reason I will try and dispose of them for the next twenty days at cost Come early and get your nice selection Remember the place. B. Neimark, Monro's block. Red Jacket. Notice to Taxpayer of Osceola Town ship. Having had the tax roll placed in my bands for collection, 1 shall attend at tbe Osceola mine office Opechee every Friday in the month of December, from 9 a. m to 5 p. m , for the purpose ot receiving the same. Ah Christmas day falls on Friday, I shall that week attend on the previous day. William Vealk. Treasurer of Osceola Township, California In Three Daya. ' The "Overland Limited," the famous transcontinental train via tbe Chicago, Union Pacific Northwestern Line, leaves Chicago at G p. m. every day in the year via the Chicago & Nortqwestern railroad, and makes tbe trip to Califor nia in only three days. Double draw ing-room sleeping cars, buffet, smoking and library cars, dining cars and free re clining chair cars are features of the equipment of this perfect train. Tourist sleeping cars are also run through to California and Oregon daily, and person ally conducted excursions leave Chicago every Thursday. Agents of connecting lines sell tickets via tbe Chicago & North western railroad Illustrated pamphlets and full information will 'be furnished on application to W. B. Kiiskern, G. P. & T. A., Chicago, III. Dr. Kobe rtson, tne Specialist. Dr. E. L. Robertson, the noted special ist on chronic diseases, from our State capital, Lansing, who has had a mar velous experience and success in tbe med icnl profession, covering a period of oyer twenty-five years, is at the Butter field House. Dr. E. L. Robert son's long and careful study, coupled by long years of expei ie ice and nn enormous practice in chronic diseases, have earned a reputation which is trulv enviable and above reproach. He cures the most ob stinate cases of the following complaints with ease: Stomach diseases, such as d vs 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 tism, eczema and salt rheum, diseases peculiar to women, inflammation, sick headache, pain in back and loins, spinal weakness, bloating, discharges, 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 chrnn ic Inflammation and granulation nf th eyelids and deafness, asthma and chronic bronchitis. The doctor will be pleased to give any information to parties wish ing their services. Dr. Robertson can be consulted at the Butterfield House, Lake Linden, Mich. THIS SPA OB Is KEIEIIVED BY Til Calumet and Heela Mining Company. IT" KOPLOYKBII whrtl!fh?J!?1lthlh0n,5"0, biJ hoasegi -------- iwiiu Muu moss wno nave Lu?nV.."n. rJ? ,nTlu awtlsi her! w - M f VSWUft iKm ?Pu.r KOod rooms to rent. En street? "er.on the premises," fjfl & 609 tourth street, bluejacket App,J al aSV t!.wVolnoI" r fl room- erVeMso? Sourer ba ?0mM yeflow orlllue Jacket! Leave nrt.r,mB ,n the Nbwb office. ve arllculri at Wanted to Itent TlireA a oflce. ouowwn Apply at the company's quire at bouse or of the oomany. M' For Male Hondo No. 1572 ..... Miue. corner ttallroad street Tden av' Knquire of the company. Tcn rn. For Male-House No. 1101 Enquire at Joseph Botlich's .lire, 1 Qurr;eou.rNa32o?'8weietn. m. and Heel, mining wmpany PP,J 10 Ca'nmet J.D.Dunlop.M.D.C. Alpena, - niclilcan. The drink habit in all its stages treated with the utmost success. Also diseases o! the nervous system,. Write for par- ticulars. JOHN M. PEAESON, Teacher of Piano, Organ and Harmony Terms Iteasonable iund.eo,218 Osceola Street. Lanrinm THE CITY BAKERY. NELMON A HTMAlYIKJLIi,PTOpa. Front Ntrwt, . Iled Jacket. Fresh bread can be had at the following places: Tamarack and Hecla stores. Ilennes h Oo.'s, Uolman A Williams1, Ited Jacket, and r lnlavson's Laurium. jrresn fruit ana cream oakeeverv Saturday. THE CITY STIR LAUNDRY IIA; LKK, Proprietor. Newly opened laundry, in the Miller build ing, 129 l ifth street, next door to L. Hennes' store. The best of work done and satisfaction guaranteed. Give him a call. The Palace Livery. JAM KM lleCLITIlK, Prop'r. NEW HIGH, NEW HORSES. If VOU want the swellest turnout in town call at the Palace Livery. Best horses and best rigs In the copper country at reasonable prices, special rates to pionio parties. MTABLKONPOKTLANIr MTHF.ET. MacDonald & Jacka, Proprietors of L17ERT, FEED AND SALE STABLES. Headquarters for Keweenaw Btafre Line Riffs and prices to suit all. On telephone ex change. Portland and Fifth Mis., Ited Jacket, George R. Stewart. Resident VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Treats All Diseases of HORSES, CATTLE and DOCS Office at MoCIure'i Palaoe Livery, HKiijitHET. . . ITIlchla-an. I with the We have recently started n im.tu.t. tailoring establishment. In McDonnM'. h.,n,i. ing.on Fifth Btrett. and are nrcnnroH tmin e.erymingin tne line of tailoring, cleaning repairing, etc. Our stock Is new and complete aim 1 no prices lower than anywhere else. First-class workmanship and exact fit In mm. anteed. Give us a trial and urai nruu US. LAUREN A LOlJjIA. e D. 3D. S., Dental Office. Over Star Clothing Store. OFFICE nnnnt-i . . ... and T toTsTsniiVs M w 1 p. m. 1 . . Notice . . To the Public: YiT"J close out the entire stock of No 11? JdffiaW Parlor Suit" IxWe. tIm 1ed",om Sults. buy 5 worth of good, Tfor tT cr ,OU can 312 Main Street, ny.n'ih80t;nifek"dln opposite Ed insurance. F. A. Douglass, AJTonrvtr. Fire, Marine, Life, Accident. Plato Class, steam Boiler Security. 25LeadinsCompanIes English and American. $100,000,000 OF CAPITAL net! Ties W.H. Faucott, . 10041 Boraaantatira Hanks, Merchants' & Miner Bank.. CALl JIKT. . . H a. CAPITAL, - - . Borplus and undivided profits, 5q'(J rOl K PKIC CKNTPBR ANN Jl PAIII ON INTBKEHT nRpQn orricRi CHARLES BRIOQS ' Pan. R.H.OSBORN Vics-Pg, H.B.OOLTON "oJJ First National Bank CALUirntT, Capital, Narplafl, ioo.ee run. s Con t vi. . . and Upwards Itecelved. omenta: ED WARD HYAN p.-.,.,. JOHN 8. DYMOCK Vics-PmsW WILLIAM B. ANDEKSON CW First National Bank.1 HANCOCK.. - - Hie a. Canital - - Surplus ani UndlTitletl profits rear Per vent Per Annum Allow ornciBt: WILLIAM HARRY ' Paw J PETER RUPPE Vici-PBiBiDn:1 WILLIAM CONDON..... CABHm Huron County! is situated lU miles from IW troit, 70 miles from Port Huron, nnd 08 miles from Saginuw.ot what is known us tbe Thumb o! Michigan. This County Is bounded on three 8llebTth waters of the Cre it lakes, which nmintain u even teiuneralur j unallicul !v tlm amiiin cliatiKt'8 which occur hundreds of miles furthw soutii. l liis creates a fruit tfrowin? countrj that Munexecllod, In any northern mate. Ap ples, jw ars, tuuniH. and cherries tind here then native home, and the trees are prolilio beTonl tho belief of residcnta of other parts. Tho boil is a rich clav loam which neem pccially adapted to the Krowlusr of cranw plover will mhv In the around for years u! rrmiuently yields seven or eight husheli o! Stood to the Mere. Theorem bodies of water around us rfnJer fatal droughts Impossible. Wheat, oHtg.oora potatoes and peas are saf and nrntiiabiecruu iu mm l-l-llUIl. The hiHt reiwirf nf tho Rtato A frrliulfnn Department Kives Huron Count M iter oeffi! i uu voiiuiuou or ner agricultural prouueu No man with ordlnarvindimtrv and pconoBT can rail to acquire a competence. This iu u uiowYiutTu ir you "Tickle nature with a oar row, Bho will lauith UOLDEN HARVESTS." With HiXtV Illllt'S nf ri-hImihi-.I nrwl a hnndrel miles of railroads within the county, t he mar kets are convenient to every man's door an4 tii-iKui rai.es are cueap. I am airent for vnrioiia lanrla fow riracnt- tions Of Which are hereunto annovnd nnd art: 1st XM nnrua In Hun Vk l lnnAln Tnumchln-I .m acres improved, good clay soil, good sun. Of Cultivation. IU mllna from 1 It and tUM 6V4 miles from rail way.runnlng stream taroufi. 2nd UM acred In flwv 9A r.lnnnln TnwnshltH about 2t"u acres cleared, good clay loam sou running stream through place 125 per sere. I drdtkHJ acres in See. Ill, Broomtield town ship 200 acres Improved,' balance easilj' cleared, good house two barns, day loam sotj stream running through place Cu.uO peracftj Any of the above farms will be divide nMr farms to anlt pure naT 4th fiO SftTAa nf l.rnl t ii . nnrny! ration . iJIa n "'7 "vuju7..v.7-' " r ine ciay sou, w Cleared. W I fnnnl ...l nIa.rMl. 25 acres In hay. This will make a fine bon $2 400 antage8oa U,h Sch01' iW (III W) IAH. ... II-. ..l.a.tflf Had Axe, on Bebewalng Htate road. Fi hOl 1 aln ttA Kaa L " a i A a.a:, Bth'- w acres one mile from Bad Ai' About 60 acres Improved. Ho buildings. W location. Onlyfi;00 ! I.T80 ft0Pe ln Heo-17, Verona township, H rnlle from the corporate limits of Bad k Oreat bargain at 11.200. I 8th-o acres three miles from Bad ' oood house and barn and out buildings, imj hardr'.oel2JtCre-' Improved' AilW cresin8eo.24, Meade TownahlH Abput 80 acres cleared, log house, frame bam well fenced, clay loam soil, small orchard, k mile from school nn. rr,nA u u. aw. store. Price liLliVir " " loth-120 acres In Soo.23, Colfax TownblH wVth ?LCd,ii Wel1 feced. No bulldlnp' mWa m " . una Axe, on panu -1 an.l?1ebfa,nK tte road. Irioe W.txw. J ...u-iw; acren in roctions s and 17, vwr"! Townohln a mn. . ktt iTe". Im Proved, large house, good barWi cVdh.nfcrti:woKr ,ma11 l-'th-32o acres In 8eo. 83, Ilume TownhiH ?."Jmp.roTed' 2 mouses and large bamj Vi ijwuuuu acres or naiaoco t . V crw, ou acres grevu fa.5'iH"" f rom i fi. 'ir A""..n-,n??! "u" I i-i.i. ... "JueiHJK. i rice wn,w i7 .-Y " "'ceo. oi, Lincoln IOWiiir hm,J.?TOTwi' Glance light clearing. r "" smau orchard or spv-PiiVh,l-rr,-and,ear- Price 11.800 J f rS ??.anr-o prwVPd' 'rm dwelling. 1 Dlurns oV.Uh etab -Bma11 orchard, spp" ft" W poars and small fruit. Ij iMh!SS?.BChoo.L .,A la-galn. PrhwILmft J Goc rnarv,n8ro- ". Verona Townsh H imi,tb2,Bfhoorho"-. Prioeri,600. tJ all oImmLi - ' rH ln,Io from llad Aie.J bSiiSSS?1!? "n.Vinatr on place, falrl t2,)6. rom school house. "-i 8le,ri!innt.,.5-?)0nfcre,,n tb towvtMV anrt Yi.a5d,D.acbl B'oonineld, Meade. ChsndJ v. V..k . v.'v 'mm io to lis per " vwu' fc"r unonnauon call on or addres A. L. Wrinht, Bad Axo, Mich.