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nspiration mm . . ...... 1 r f It Will be neiU al al- umet For Three Days. Commencing Xext Thursday. Order of the Kxerelaea Promlneut Educator Wha W ill Take jUeadlns roalilou lu the Affair ote. Educators of Keweenaw and Hough ton counties are greatly interested in the Innpiration Institute to be held here, beginning with next Thursday evening and continuing untilSaturday afternoon. The day flexions will be held in the Cain met school hall and the evening sessions at tbe Red Jacket Opera House. The following interesting program has been prepared for tbe institute: THl'KSDAY EVENING, 7:45 O'CLOCK. Music Melody yuartette. Prayer Uev. Jamts KerriJe. Music. Imperlul Quartette. Opening Aaarecet Ur.K. lI.Ot.born. Music, Melody Ouartette. Address (10 minute 'The New Geography". ji r. aiei ariatie. Address (10 miuut('(i-"'hlld Study", Miss Harris. Music- , Imperial Quartette. Address-"HiutH I'roiutMiuints" Mr. I'atteugiu. Music "America" Everybody. .......... . . . f:0J Mental Arithmetic :"."- " Mr. Fern'4. tau.ru Primary Work Mlt8 Harris. otvm - Mr. rattenfjui! 8:45 9:13 :20 tinginjrrjy me institute "Thfl !!ii1tiir-A rt Ihn Toutho" I --" 9:SS 10:10 Recess '. .' iJiacnuoard (sketching. Hrgt 1'rin- Mr VieKariiino 10.45 20:60 8in(finir or calisthenics xNikoia iesia. -... . Mr. Stlcknev. 11:45 Nooning , FRIDAY AFTEHNOON. 1:30 1:45 Opening Exercises Cull llld Stud Il.ss Harris. 2:15 2:20 Sin(rln(r "How to Teach Numbers". .. Mr. terris. Recess "Later Developments in 2:45 :0U Electric science .. Mr. tickney. 4:00 "Blackboard Sketching-Object Draw inn" Mr. Mcl arlane. SiiS Adw"mwt!.wllanoou Adjournment. 1HIDAY EVENING, Til) O'CLOCK. Patriotic Sonj? Pervice. l'rayer Music Imrerial (Quartette. Address "II u man Nature"" Mr. Ferris. Music "Red, Wble and Hlue" Every body. NATCItrUY MOKMNG, I'KCEM HER 12. s:(X) Special Classes Mental Arithmetic '.. Mr Ferris, Blackboard Sketches Primary Uurk..".1.""1!. Mr McFaiiane Miss Harris s::iu :j Openinz , "Nature Study" ",'., Miss Harris. " Pint'inK , "Home Ui'onrnpliy" . Mr. Mcl arlane. Recess "School Management"!!!! .!!! !!!!!!!!!! M r. Fert is. Siritfintf "tehocs From the N. E. A. at Buffalo Mr. l'auenjdll. Slnjjinff "Literature in the Orades''.'."!!!! !!.!!! Miss Harris. Noonln;: HATI HIMY AKTKIIXOO.V. Opening "The Relation of Teacher to Parent''! 9:15 K:r0 lu:0'i 10:.Ti 10:13 11:10 11:15 11:4.1 1:15 1:25 1 :f. 2:00 "ln ' lhe Lse ard the Value of the story"., MlsS Harris. m r. i erris 2 : 40 "Ueojj raphy In t he 1 liVh'er G ra ies"V ! ! ! ! 1:10 "Rondl:MC.Fttrlane- a: JO "Uo.l Ho With Vou f ill Ve Meet Again" OrFlCElW OF THE INSTITUTE. Conductor-State Superintendent Henry R l'atuimill. Instructors and Lecturers-W. N. Ferris, Ferris Industrial School, J5i Rapids; C. T. McFarlane, Professor of GeoKrai)hy, Michigan State Normal School; Ada V. Harris, Assist ant Kirector of Traininir FcIkm-I, Mlchljjan State Normal School; V. B. Stickney, Ann Arbor. Local Committee-Commissioner William Hath, Houghton; Superintendent Frank XV. Coolcy, Calumet. Reduced rates are mnd on tbe rail roads. Ample accommodations are pro vided at Calumet t reasonable rates. Teachers from adjoining counties are welcome, i he schedule of time in program is hat-ed oti stnndard time. the Itiinnintr A Tier Nlrance ;o1a The people of this community haye re ceived another lesson by the vamoosing of Mr. J. C. Abdill, who sang tenor in "The Bohemian Girl." The fact that a person can sing appears to give him the entree into thecircle, gen erally looked upon as la creme de la creme; is this as it thould be? We think not and we are warranted in our conclu sion from the following facts: A short time ago tbe Wizard oil com pany yisited this place; among the troupe was a good singer with affable manners, of the name of Abdill. He left the com pany and introduced himself to our mus ical circle, who, without knowing any thing about his moral character or worth, of course, he started bis work by inging In a church choir until they gaye him a benefit concert, appear to hiite taken him by the band and eventually it was decided to give an amateur operatic performance, for which Mr. Abdill "was appointed state manager and given the leading role. Notwithstanding the per formances were well attended there is a shortage in the funds, owing to tbe afore said James C , Adbill leaving town, bar- ing walked off with aa much o! the fund at be wti able to collect and leaving bU late colleagues iu the woods, financial! peaking. On Saturday night it is stated Mr. Ab dill. under gome Dretintie. got bis roam- I - mate, Mr. Cappell. Into another room and during the night smuggled bimsell and trunk out of the house, taking the train on Sunday morning for fresh pas tures, but if it is true, as stated, that Mr. Oates himself purchased tbe ticket to Champion for tbe aforesaid Abdill. it would look as if tbere was really no oc rasion for smucelioe the trunk out of Mr. Oates' place, as that person must have known of Abd ill's proposed yamoos ing. The moral to be drawn from the above is that our people should be a little more chary, than they evidently are, in taking strangers by the hand, if they are not, tbe place will soon be overrun with peo ple cf Abdill's clans; it is even possible there are some still left, for some people come in our midst and by cool cheek run into debt and apparently are insulted if they are asked to pay their just debts and all the time there same people are competing .vith persons who pay taxes and otherwise support tbe neighborhood in which they reside, which these birds of passage and those who sell by sample, or run bucket shoos certainly do not, and yet the public at large will support such people. The Inspiration Institute. To the Public: The Inspiration Insti tute to be held in lulu met this week promises to be of unusual interest. Tbe evening meetings win oe neiu in me itea Jacket Opera House. Addresses by prominent speakers and educators will be ff t ron uuph ovamniv I ' ' " . . ivuu,. i i j rr u i ; m! iuhouuwb uu luurmiuy evening. uis will be followed bv an addresH bv State Superintendent I'attengill. Mr. ratten- gu never tails to please and Instruct an audience. ltia Particularly desirable that parenta and all persons interested in public edu- cation attend tbese eveningsessions. The . ... . . "... peopie and tne scnoois should De Drought into closer relationship, and this is one of tne means for aecnmn sh nr that rnlr. 1,00(1 mu8ic will be provided. Admission ree. tome, everybody. See complete program in another part of today's paper. Respectfully, F. W. Coolev, Superintendent of Schools. . Xo Performance Toulgbt. It had been intended to give "The Bo hemian Girl" this evening at tbe Opera House, but owing to the fact that Mr. James C. Abdill. the leading tenor, has thought proper to follow the example of the Arabs bj folding up his tent and de parting for pastures new, it is impossible to do so. It is understood that Abdill was not at all pleased that he did not re ceive an encore for tbe mannerin which he rendered tbe old favorite, 'You'll remem ber me, and be has now determined that they now may call him back as much and as often as they please and he will not respond. The water main cf the Calumet dam water, which runs from the hydrant at the corner of Sixth and "Kirn streets into the fi e engine room, burst yesterday und the w ater has been fchut off since ThesbuttiDgoff of tbe dam water will only effect residents of Fifth and Sixth streets, from l'ine street up to Oak, and it is hoped that the damage will be re paired by tomorrow. From Superintendent of NchoolH. Calvmkt. December 8. 1800. 1 earnestly recommend to everv atn- dent pursuing tbe study of history in the public schools and to" every loyer of dee- rpinf ivn clnni.n... t -.i. i n. -ii-uuurmciu niieuu ine lecture of the Hon. Washington Gardner ac the upera House tomorrow evening. F. W. Coolky, Superintendent of Schools. Card of Than km. On behalf of myself and family, I desire to return our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to all those who so kindly sympa thized with us during the" ailliction we w ere called upon to bear in tbe taking away of my beloved wife. Thomas Ciugo, Opechee, Mich. Captain William Toms, of the English- American bowling club made another record breaking score at Wilmers' Alley last Saturday evening. He made eight een pins in five innings and won the $5 offered by the proprietor for the feat. Accountant Stevf n Faull, of the"Mer cbnnts Ac Miner's bank left on the noon trnin for Florence, Wis., in response to a i telegram informing bim of the serious illness of his brother Richard, at that city. Capt. J. F. I). Smith, tho plumber, has just completed a job of putting a com plete sanitary end plumbing system in the new Ilibber block on Seventh street. Today was observed as a holiday among tne Catholic and Episcopal chnrches here and special services were held this morning. Mrs. William Olliver, who has been vis iting friends here for tbe past few weeks left at noon for her home at Iron Moun! tain. Lost A young Irish setter, about 7 months of age. Return to Robert Cham bers at the Red Jacket shaft. W. R. Garberson left on the noon train for his headquarters at Cleveland. Tomorrow we will give the president's message in lull. N Another Chapter to the Winner Murder in Missouri. ANGRY FARMERS RAID THE JAIL James Nelson and Jes Winner Taken Out and Strung l p la Spite of Their Tit tout Appeals for Mercy Third Man l'n der Suspicion Iteiuoved to Another Jail and Thereby Kscaped the Avengers A Courageous Jailor. Lexington, Mo., Dec. 8. At about o'clock Monday morning a mob of Ray county farmers broke Into the county Jail here, secured Jesse Winner and James Nelson, held for the murder of Mrs. Winner and her two babies, and lynched them. The mob broke Into the Jail with little difficulty and speedily accomplished their object of meting out punishment to the alleged slayers. The Jail was not heavily guarded. The mob was composed of 150 men. all un masked. So quietly did the lynchers approach the Jail that no one connect ed with it knew how the mob crossed the river. They overpowered Jailer James Goode and demanded the keys to the cells of Nelson and winner. Goode had hidden them, and when one of the mob said to him: "There Is one way to make you give them up, the Jailer coolly replied: "You can't make a dead man give them up, so shoot me If you want to." Mob Hud Dynamite. The leaders said they were prepared with plenty of tools to effect an en trance, and displayed a quantity of dy namite, sledges and chisels. Notwith standing, Jailer Goode remained firm, and the mob went about to gain their end in another way. The other prison ers were told not to make any break for their liberty, as they would be severely dealt with If they did. Then the doors were battered down and the prisoners tied and led out. The demolition of the doors proved but the work of a lew minutes. When an entrance had been made two dozen men rushed direct to the cells of the two murderers, who cowed and slunk Into the corners of their meager quar ters, begging piteously for mercy. As he passed his cell Winner told one of the other prisoners that he was guilty. The river was crossed about. 2 o'clock and the men quickly dispatched. Iac key's Narrow Escape. Lon Lackey, who has also been In Jail here under a charge of complicity In the murder, was taken to Richmond Saturday, which fact alone saved his life. Several attempts were made to lynch Winner; and. Lackey while they were In Jail at Richmond, which led to their removal here for safekeeping. Nelson had been arrested on the strength of a confession by Miss Mag gie Katron, who made a Bworn state ment that she, Winner, Lackey and Nelson committed the murder. The crime for which Winner and Nelson were lynched was the brutal murder of Mrs. Winner, wife of one of the lynched menand of Clara Winner, aged 3 years, and'rearle Winner, a boy ! aged 18 months. The Winners lived northeast of Richmond. On Oct. 26 Winner left home for a day or so. and the next day Mrs. Winner and the two I children were found with their throats cut. MOST DISGRACEFUL RIOTS. French Artillerymen Create Dlaturbance at the Featt of St. llarbara. . Tarls, Dec. 8. The disturbances at Rrest at the fete of Pt. Darbara, the patroness of the artillerymen, were most disgraceful and continued from 2 o'clock in the morning till midnight. The rioters Invaded the Folies Dergeres concert hall and wrecked the tables and furniture. From 2 until 10 o'clock In the morning they tried with drawn swords to capture the police office at the town hall, but were kept at bay by' the occupants, who were armed with revolvers. Affrays occurred all over the town. The damage to property was conslder- ble. The artllerymen had no weapons. but they were well supplied with stones and clubs. Twenty-two arrests were made. Admiral Rarrera. the comman der of Brest, has ordered an Inquiry Into the matter. Similar student riots occurred at Montpeller. The mayor was hooted and the university officials were denounced. The gendarms finally cleared the streets of the mobs. Suicide of a Young Girl. Jerseyvllle, Ills., Dec. 8. Edna Corry. the 13-year-old daughter of Thomas Curry of this city, committed suicide by taking strychnine. She had been having quarrels lately with her step mother, and frequently threatened to commit suicide. She left home Staur day afternoon about 5 o'clock and an hour later she was found dead in the south part of town. The coroner's Jury rendered a verdict of suicide. Her llecord Was Infamous. New York, Dec. 8. Kate Leary, wid ow of "Red" Leary, the bank robber, died at Coney Island Saturday night. She Is said to have planned the great Manhattan bank robbery. She once duty through the walls of the Tombs and set "Red" Leary free. Once $300,000 of stolen property.was dug from the sands near her home. Reinforcements for Weyler. Havana, Dec. 8.The steamship Ba lon arrived here Monday from Spain with reinforcements of 1,860 troops. Three of the men died while on the way over and Six were suffering from small, pox when the steamer reached this port. The troops were received by a commit tee of citisens and by the military au thorities. , ' u Opinion In the Santa Fa Case. Tcpeka, Kan., Dec. 8. The Santa Pe receivership case must be first tried be fore Judge Myers of the Jefferson county district court This li the opin lon given Monday morning by both Judge Thayer of the United states court of appeals and Judge Foster of the United States district court. Took Ilia Own Life. Phoenix, A. T., Dec, 8.-George Itam HI. 60 years old. of 8mcE?N?" committed suicide her by tavin- L ' Phlne. He left a note SplSSLf Poor health ad totSijKnS drove him to the .. Ue was tautr d in min. in v . intaret- - county. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. ., D. w. Sheudy, a well known attorney cf Rockford, 111., and Justice of the reace, attempted suicide by swallow ing a dose of laudanum. He will re cover. The celebration of the completion of a quarter of century of King Oscar's reign will be signalized by a Scandi navian art and Industrial exhibition at Stockholm during the next summer. Madrid papers claim that the United States desires to ruin Spain's colonial power. Tne porte has decided to decline pay ment of all claims for indemnity for massacres except those advanced by Americans. Emperor William addressed the offi cers at the military school at Hanover and cautioned the soldiers to act In a more friendly manner toward civilians. It is said that Emperor William Is considering the advisability of recall ing all the officers whom he loaned to the Chinese government for the pur pose of instructing the Mongolian war riors in the arts of civilized warfare. Oscar Cespedes, an American citizen, has been denied a civil trial at Ma- tanzas. A. J. Boyce, proprietor of the Boyce machine shop and enameling works at East Liverpool, O., has assigned. As sets are estimated at $40,000 and liabil ities at $20,000. The firm of Calloway, Walker & Mil ler, dealers In general merchandise at Boscobel, Wis., has made an assign ment. William II. rittman, cashier of the State bank Is assignee. Klinefelter & Freeman, machinery dealers of Sibley, la., have assigned to O. W. Lister for the benefit of credi tors. The assets scheduled over $15,- 000; liabilities over $11,000. J. S. Nye. hardware and Implement dealer at Prlmghar, la., has failed. An Italian named Corzetto has in ented an apparatus fhlch enabled him o remain under water eighteen hours. Owingto an accident to the apparatus. however, he came near being asphyx iated. Going to Raise Cain In China. Chicago, Dec. 7. Regarding a London cable to the effect that a prominent Chinese resident of that city had stated that In the United States there was a powerful society of Chinese the object of which was to depose the present dynasty In China and make a republic of the country, Wong Chung Foo, edi tor of the Chinese News, of this city, says It is true and that in the very near future the society will begin op erations. The same news comes irom New York. Dashed Into an Electrlo Car. Leavenworth, Kan., Dec. 8. A Bur lington plug train ran into an electrlo car at the Choctaw crossing, smashing the front part of the electric car and severely Injuring Captain Montgomery of the pension department of the sol diers', home at Fort Leavenworth, and Thomas Haskins.a member of company D of the institution. The other passen gers escaped injury. THE MARKETS New York Financial. New York, Deo. 7. Money on call was easy at 1J per cent.: rim mercantile paper 4ifi ptr cent.; ater- ng exuhanita w.u eaiier, with actual bus. lness in bankers' bl.lt at 4SS.44iUV for demand an HHj'jtSi for sixty days; postal rates. 484IS4 anl 4rf831tt; cojiiajrcial bill. 42?i. Silver certiflcatei, BS'iS; nisi, 8,O03; bar l.ver. tt.jU: Mexican dollara. 6:0ii. United Jitate eovoran'Jtit b-nl firm: registerul. W1; do. c nipo n. 1 13 i ; 6'j reentered, 11; do. coupon. 111'4' 4' rezls- rod. Kd); do. cou-om, 1DW; retftatered. bi; Pacific e'sot 7.1)9-6. Chicago uralu and Produco. Chicago. Doc. 7. Following were the quotitioa on tha Bonrd of Trale today: Wutiat December. opened 77J6c c'ol Mair. opeael Kt;-6(!. close! fcO'iciJuly.ononsd nominal. rlvl 4Jc. Corn Daeeinbjr, opanal 23o, cloiei May. openet Wlc. closai 2UUo. Oats- December, oponol anl clojvl nominal; May, openel t.. c.oirX 1V4 Pork Decern b jr. penod 8J..3, cloasJ ttt.75: Januarv. oncnad $7.60, closed f ?.57Vb- Lard December, openel and clonal nominal; Januiry. osjnal S3. 80. 13.80. Produce: Batter Ext -a creamr. 23a oar lb: extra dairy, 19); frsih pacitax slock. &&9Hr3. Eitks Fre3h stosk, 2Jj per doa. Poultry Turkeyj. IJ&Ijj pir lb; chickeai (bens). Bo; spring chlctdni, 6$'$); ro-t. ters, 6c; ducks, 9$10j; I'tfts. Potatoes Burbauki, 20 fc.'t 5 per ba; Ilebroi, SAXaAto. Swaet poutjei Illinatj, il.4)&l 6) per bbl. Honey Wiiita clover comb 1UJ& 13c per lb; extracts 1, 5&7o. Applet Co n tuon to fancy, 5 k.-a$1.5) par bbL Chicago Live Stock. Chicago. Doc. 7. Lire 8tock Prices at the Union StocTt yards to lay ranged ai follwi: llojs Esti mated receipt for ths day, 41.0 j; salei rangoa at 93.7u33.3j pij, SUV&l.3i liht $2.U0(t3.(X)rouuh packla. $j.ljji.3i mixed, and $1.033130 hoavy packing aai shlppm lots. Cattle Estimated receipt for th day, 17,5,0; quotations ransral at $5. j0 J5.70 Christ mas boevet, JVOJ j . li c iolcj to ex tra shipping steer. $l.Si.aV0! roiI to choice do , $4.1X1.5') fair to ,iol. $J.6K!.10 common to mediun d .. $1.5 J bulcaer steers. $2.803150 atoiceM, Slft-HOO ffodars' $l.'5tia.61 cows. $2.40 o.li h ilfori. 51.73173' bulK oxon anl sta;s..f2.8Jii.20 Taxis steers, and $2.7333.83 veal calvos. Sheep and Lambs Est! mate 1 receipts for tho day, lrt.wi; wxU raujjal at 52.3.3 ai5j western, f l.Gl.ftJ.OJ Texam, t..W3J.73 uativ'ei and 2.8o45.40 lamb.. Kust ItuflHlv Live Stock. 1 JpAsTBcrrAiA N.Y., Doe. 7. Dunning & btoven Livo Stodc Commit. on Merchant. E,t li it . i., t ir '-V"UU1' follow: x qaost as Cattlrt-RaeoipH 173 car; mirk.it about Jtoady for light handy and heavy ,toor oat. i?:? "r"- 4 -8J: K-.5i to choice. y xair 10 mediums. SI.S.V14 35- chni fat heifers.!) BSrll.ttl- i:,r,'c?0,c --Receipt as cart; market dull .n Receipt w car,; market dland it I Lr Yorkera, $j.25a.3.2ru: mix! lU-MCVW, h.avy anl mii. . TViZZZV'Z natlva lam U lm nr. V . prima tfl CQlf &m!'8!i?9 VhSi,,n wm.KW.Vh hMTf St. Louis Grain. St. Loina rw, v v neat-No. 3 ox casn cash 21 u. ir? I T 'J' Corn No OaLi".D"?B,ber b,4: May. 9 0 bid0 ,eMh 800 bldj Mayf' Mlln.t . Wlwt No. , "Well, It's If you are ready Now is the season for We don't keep 'em. we sell 'em. .1 . Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co., South Lake Linden, - Red Jacket. the instrument without a teacher in a very short time. Trie, InclufMna instruction hnnV No. 2.113.60; No. 3. $5.50; No. 4, $7.50. Sales ltoom, 325 Fifth street. ( vcvt. ,V'e will send bv express, if prepaid on receipt of price, by postal money order, to any adi'ress without extra charire, any number desired by writing to Calamet, Michigan. BEN 1 City Fathers Arraigned. i Kansas City, Dec. 8. Mrs. Helen Dlckerson Harford of Oregon, national organizer of tha W. C. T. U., created a sensation while filling the pulpit of the Dundee Methodist Episcopal church in this city Sunday by denouncing In un measured terms the acceptance by the city of a memorial to be erected In the center of the city to the memory of Ferd Helm, the brewer, lately deceased. The Helm brothers, who nucceeded their brother in business, had drawn plans for an imposing structure to be erected to the deceased's memory and successfully tendered it to the city 01II cials. In the course of her sermon Mrs. Harford arraigned the city fa thers for their action, alluding to the memorial as a "'monument of infamy," and appealed to her congregation to prevent its erection. Union Miners Arretted. Leadville, Col., Dec. 8. The following members of the miners union were ar rested Monday under Indictments by the late special grand Jury for their alleged connection with the attack on the Cor ondo and Emmett mines: Peter Turn bull, president of the union; Joseph Otis, Joseph Boyd, John Ahem, Thom as Sandercock, Robert Sandercock, Frank Stevens, Ernest Nichols and Fatrlck Kennedy, charged with con spiracy; Simon Rogers and Peter Mc Keever, charged with arson. Afllrmed the DecUloii. Denver, Dec. 8. The state supreme court has affirmed the decision of the Park county district court removing Sheriff Newman of Lake county from office for malfeasance, Imposing a fine and sentencing, him to jail for six months. Newman's malfeasance con sisted in receiving money from the gambling houses in Leadville and pro tecting themjn theirbuslnes3. nought Hack Their Convent. Paris. Dec S.-The Ursullne convent at Avignon has been distrained because of the refusal to pay the new monastic tax. and put up for sale at auction ..u..a were me only bidders, and they bought Lack the convent for 5,005 Dfeoratlonn and Orders. 11 fry 1 . . . yi at is the difference," aska a cor- . "iiweeii u yellow jacket. uuowou or a peacock' feather on tho ,7,uuu- "uu " tuistle, a bath or a Barter on tho other? Wlir dn Wo IT , : 1 . C"J0 0,1 n, importance at- ,u lo no nrst fictof emblems by tho Uni.tso when wo ourselves set just as much force in theRo qaavfions, and I oomiueiHl theia to tho attention of the f.f t , P"'88 vll nro always pokinK :ZZ"J ng. yellow jacket r" t , " Il'ars. Looking at tho matter impartially, it icen.. to 5,0 that 3;'C:t' or a Klas tatton. or a l".uiw If IK.IIIinr (a . . decorative l?1 l0r or a garter. I uo not siiy a thistle, be - ' "t ""10 wanj 01 mose OU Whom lt ha9 conferrcd.London KST . xTeV LIUe ci.ln.n7n. Tho black rnM.1- . .. QucCusland are cxceedinKfy partial 0 Chinamen. The rcanon Is Ja to be thlt he flesh of the Chinese is ZuuX tender and palatable owing tTrhe bl tog their taple nrticlo cf diet. There S now a numerona c.hnn. the north of Queens and iCS 100 them hA?"w"8,"nd n.d scores of ttSS&i&K Ula eat Rnlt. What did old Stuffcy have on when n hotel?' All Oyer; for business, we are. h I USllfllfilll The Columbia to Zither. 4 is the sweetest and most complete little instrument ever invented As an accompaniment to tLe voice it ig invaluable. Our method of instruction u ,n tat-y that anyene can leainto pluy George B. Sihler. - HUR Apples, per barrel, f 1 CO. L. IIknnks & Co, Dear lo Memory. . "Tho' tost to slRht, to mem'ry dear Tbou ever wilt remain: One only hope my heart can cheer We hope to meet attain. Yes lire tnen, w then. neem'd one pure delight Tho' now each s v each snot Yet tho' thy smile be lout to slant. iookh a rear; To mem'ry thou are dear. Ueokoe Linlev. Poor Ibap! Ihe had lived in oar day, be would bav'e bad a lovely portrait o! her done by V. Herman. Xotlre to TaxpayerNurCalnnietTowu ah I p. Having bad the tax roll placed in my hands for collection, I n&all, for the con yenience of taxpayers attend at the Merchants' & Miners' Rank, during office bourn, every Tuesday and Friday in the the present month of December for tbe purpose of receiving tbe name. Ah Christ mas day falls on a Friday, 1 Khali that week attend on the previous day. William Walls, Treasurer of Calumet Township, McGLYNN BROS.. CONTRACTORS & BOILDERS 0 all klndn of brick and -tone work. Price on application. UANCOCK MICH. JOB WORK Neatly Kites ted at the Office of the Calumet a.d Ited Jacket New. We Are lie Leaders in Fashions. Tho nee Hive Shoe etoro up-to-date footwear in tbe NEW . COIN - TOES In heavy and llBht noleajace and button, A A to KL widlliB, aizt'B 2! to 8. heavy .nu A" e8 ,",,rff ,,,0B ,n medium lar.t JiLt,,rV,.,d nwl"'" counters. 1 he inrlI,0iy of (1, ri,s ladles' and Child- i'n' finnu k. . .. '""-o mm v uitHh f, 1 . 1 f "rpora, in all etyle. ron K;MBV,r,r,m"! P'-ntii, to Kt-lcct rom. hold at prices that cannot be beaten. Evan Thomas. Nortli Fifth Street, Itcd Jacket. Velvet! Velvet!! The leading candy goto at 25 cente per pound. -: Mollasses - Kisses:- Tor 20 centi thU week. 7 Jail and get a pound; tbey are fine. 1 crftm8 iot rrceived. Mixed Candy for tneijbriatmaa raftA k n in ir. r.rt 4nt per poowl, according to quality. rnpm move."- Holrrfan & Wlliiamo.