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Calumet, Houghton County, Michigan, Thursday, December 10. ,1896. No 27. Marked Bring in your Boy this week and secure a Rnrcain in a Suit or Overcoat. - market! down the price on all our Suits and Overcoats to re We nave um irnnA nnnnrf nnitv to cive vour bov a substantial duce stock. Christmas present, ,r howinir Homn very good thin? In heavy uit at $ 2.50, $ 3 aud We are no m jeaVy Ulsters Irooi $a.&0 up. 'rna Sweaters, Mittf, and Leather and Corduroy lecginps. See Boys' up". .. Injtial Handkerchiefs, Silk Muflfeni our 1 and Suspenders. Ed. Houghton, Haas -11 - e Eagle Drug Store lias just received a complete stock of the the market. They alno keep a tine line 01 penumes. uau ana iook over me iare assortment. -:Preseriptions -:- With extra care and the most reasonable pnces charged for them. CLEMO & MITCHELL. Fifth Street, Suitable Xmas Presents: At Less Than Half Price, Usual Price Sale Price Lot 1. Three handsome dress pattern, all wool, 8 yards 8 8 50 1 2 75 Lot 2. Pour elegant dress patterns', Imported, 8 yards . 10 00 AM Lot 3. Elegant Scotch novelties and nilk mlxt ires, 7 yards 20 00 9 60 Lot 4. Four rich silk dri'so iii.rtrrn. KntrllsJi 1 vnrds 200 12 50 Lot 6. Four U-autiful tailor mado skirts, 6 yards M 60 50 Lot Thirteen children's Ioiir coats for school 1 0 2 !i Lot 7. Nine ladies' long coats , 1 50 Lot 8. Ten ladies' jrood stylish Ion coats 20 00 4 50 Lot 9. Five ladies' very handsome lljrht cloth coats 25 00 ft 50 Lot 10. Hx pattern huts In felt and velvet, Paris styles 4 SO 150 Lot 1 1 . Four verv liHnrlMomn at vlt.h mit torn mta H 50 50 Lot 12. hewn very rich hats, trimmed In expensive furs.winRs and plumes 10 50 4 50 LotlJ Throe of the verv latest f mm Purls. beautifully trimmed 14 50 6 50 Several other odd lots and remnants, cloth, Al CTIOXKF.lt AXD ESIKiKATIOX AUK XT. Do You Want to II So, " '! .in f ? ' ff. X aI! Iw '"fi x BAJARl & ULSETH, Contractors and Builders, and Dealers In All Kinds o! Lumber. Sash, Doors, Moulding. Also Brick and Lime. In fact erythlng In the lumber line, and o! be Tery bet and latest pattern. Yard at Foot of Portland Street. 4 Miaiug School Hoagbton 1. 0. Micb UWII at a small cost. & Co., Calumet. beat brands of fancy toilet soaps on Compounded:- Red Jacket. etc., that must go at any price offered. OATES. You Burn Money 'when you waste fuel. Try our .... New Era Radiator for heating the upper rooms. FRANK B.LYON, Build a House? See TO IIECWZI;; CUBA. Three Resolutions Introduced In tho Senate M' CAMERON', CALL AND MILLS. They Are Very Vigorous in Tone and Re ceived Marked Attention On Motion of Allen the Dingley Tariff Hill Is Takeu l'p, but llelntf Difiplaced by the liiiinl. gratlou ltllK.oes Hack to the Calendar Vote In Detail. "Washington, Dec. 10. Frye, president pro tem. of the senate, occupied the chair Wednesday In the absence of the vice president. Piatt presented the re port of the Joint select committee of congress relative to the question of al cohol used In the arts, etc., and offered a resolution for a continuance of the tommlttee. This cleared the way for a series of vigorous Cuban resolutions. The ttrst offered by Cameron, was as follows: "Resolved, By the senate and house of representatives that the independ ence of the republic of Cuba be and the name Is hereby acknowledged by the United States of America. "Resolved, That the United States should use Its friendly offices with the government of Spain to bring to a close the war between Spain and Cuba." The Cameron resolution went to the committee on foreign relations. Resolution by. 31111s. Mills followed at once with the fol lowing resolution: "Joint resolution directing the presi dent of the United States to take pos session of the Island of Cuba and hold It until Its Inhabitants can Institute such government as they may wish, and organize and arm such forces aa may be necessary to protect them against Invasion. "Resolved, etc., That the president of the United States Is hereby directed to take poaesslon of the Island of Cuba with the military and naval forces of the United States and hold the same until the people of Cuba can organize a government deriving its powers from the consent of the governed, and arm and' equip such military and naval forces as may be necessary to secure them against foreign invasion. The Mills resolution was referred to the foreign relations committee. , Went to Table. Call followed with another Joint reso lutlon, as follows: "Resolved, By the senate and house of representatives, that the United States of America recognize the repub lic of Cuba as a free and Independent government, and accord to the people of Cuba all the rights of a sovereign and Independent government In the ports and within the Jurisdiction of the unit ed States." The Call resolution went to the table, Call announcing that he would speak on It at an early day. The three Cu ban resolutions came In quick succes sion. each being read in full, and oc casioned marked attention, owing to the directness and vigor of the language used by the three senators. ' After this came a flood of bills covering every phase of legislation, including an antl trust bill, and a measure to withdraw small notes from circulation, by Shoup; for "the temporary reduction of salar les of United States ohieers." by Chandler. Allen then moved to take up the Dingley tariff bill and it was carried vna as. navs 21. Several Democrats and Fopullsts voted to take up the bill The Vote In Detail. The vote to take up the Dingley bill was as follows: Yeas Republicans: Aldrich, Camer on. Chandler. Clark, Davis, Elkins, Vrvp. Oalllneer. Gear. Hale, Hans- hroueh. Hoar. Lodge. McMillan, Mitch ell of Ore'pfon, Morrill. Nelson Perkins, Piatt. Prltchard. Quay, Sherman and Wolcott. Democrats Gordon, Morgan, Murnhv. Pugh. - Roach. Smith. Popu lists Allen, Butler. Kyle. Peffer, Stew art. Independent Pettlgrew. thlrtv-flve. Total,., Navs Republicans: Baker, Carter. npmocrats Blackburn, Blanchard, Daniel. Faulkner. Gibson, Gorman.Har H. Hill. Jones of Arkansas. Martin. Mills, Palmer, Pasco, Turple, Vest and Walthall. Independent Cannon, du hois Mantle. Total, twenty-one At 2 o'clock the Dingley bill was dls placed by the Immigration bill and went v.nrk to the calendar. Senator Allen sought to have it made the unfinished buslnes In the morning hour or inurs day, but objection was offered. RF.ED MEETS MARK II ANNA. The Speaker and McKlnley'a Manajer Had Never Met IJeiore. Washington, Dec 10. A ripple of In terest swept over the house Wednesday when it became known that Speaker Reed was the recipient of a call from nt- xt a lianna. The chairman of the national committee, accompanied k nonorni Horace Porter of New Vnrk. who is to bo marshal of the In augural parade, dropped Into the-speaker's room at the house at 1 o'clock. The Tinker was then In the chair, but Smith of Michigan, who seemed to be arranging the meeting, told Reed who was waiting for him. The speaker turned over the gavel to Sherman of miw York and stepped back to his of fice. Several congressmen had already nthred there and witnessed the pres station. It is said that the speaker h tnanftjrer of McKlnley's cam nrrn had never met before. Several members who had been active In Reed s ante-convention campaign and Repre ..n.Mv w. A. Stone, who man iged senator Quay's boom at the capital last spring, took part in the meeting. Ilanna Secure. Quartern nannasec r ... t.i nn Tir in i na rmsniiBua Hi x sireei, mm -- - --- - ters for the nations i -P have engaged quarters in the same building and will take possession Im mediately. Wolcott Will He the Chairman. Washington, Dec. 10. Senator Sher man, chairman of the ..epublican sena torial caucus, said Wednesday that he had not completed the committee pro vided for In Senator Wolcott's resolu tion to Investigate the practicability of securing an international agreement on fllver, but that Senator Wolcott would be made chairman of the committee. It la understood that the selection of his colleagues on the committee will be practically left to Mr. Wolcott. Coimul at Ituda I'eath. Washington, Dec. 10. The president Wednesday nominated Frank Dyer, Chester of Massachusetts to be consul of the United States at Buda Peeth, Hungary. The president also sent to the senate a number of nominations which have heretofore been announced, and were made prior to the assembling of congress. The nomination of David R. Francis to be secretary of the Inter ior was among them. CALLERS AT CANTON. . Numerous VNitort Call I'pon l'resldeut- llect McKlnley. Canton, O., Dec. 10. Callers were nu merous at the McKlnley resiaence Wednesday morning and both the pres ident-elect and Mrs. McKlnley were kept busy, receiving and entertaining them. A number of ladles paid their respects to Mrs. McKlnley, who re ceived them In her parlor. Among the women who called were Mrs. Sieber- ling of Akron, O.; Mrs. Lafayette Mc- Williams of Chicago; Mrs. J. T. Mc Cleary, wife cf congressman McCleary of Mankato, Minn; Mrs. Merkle of Co lumbus, O.; Mrs. Haslett and Mrs. Maria Saxton, Mrs. James Boyle of Canton, and others. They all enjoyed a pleasant social talk with Mrs. Mc Klnley. The president-elect was called upon by Congressman McCleary of Minne sota and his son, Leslie. The major and Mr. McCleary had an extended conversation. Captain Lafayette Mc- Williams, with Marshal Field & Co. of. Chicago, and an old friend of the fam ily, was a guest during the day. Mr. Benjamin Lodge Marx, secretary to the minister of foreign affairs, from Hon olulu. Hawaiian islands, called at the McKlnley residence. Mr. John K. Weigand of New York, representing the architect and builder of that city, called to shake hands with the major Wednesday morning. In his trip for the inauguration at Washington Major McKlnley and fam ily will use private car 38 of General Superintendent John F. Miller of the southwestern system of the Pennsyl vania lines. Superintendent Miller lives ,fn Richmond,. Ind., but his headquar: ters are In Columbus, O., where he was intimate with Major McKlnley for years while the latter was governor, The private ears of railway presidents and general managers have been of fered Major McKlnley for this trip, but the latter promised Superintendent Miller years ago that if he was ever elected president he would accept car for the trip to Washington. FUN FOR THE JUNIORS. Have a Senior to Make Sport of at Their Annual Hauqnet. Albion. Mich.. Dec. 10. The annual Junior banquet was held Tuesday night. The seniors learned the time, but could not learn the location. Nevertheless they determined on heroic measures, Several seniors tied and gagged two Jun iors In their rooms in a fraternity house, leaving one hand free. One Jun ior broke a looking glass within reacn. sawed the ropes and liberated himself and companion. They raised a window and iumDed to the wing below, from there to the ground and ran, pursued bv the seniors. One fell and was capt ured. The other reached the Danquei rooms and gave the alarm. A rescuing party soon released the eantured Julor. The seniors. Demg in the minority, had locked themselves In a house. The door was broken and the hlef senior, a prominent fraternity and newsDaner man. was conducted io mw banauet. There, tied to a hign cnair, his face srrotesquely blackened, and ar nvsii in a antt of many colors, he served as a center-piece for the Jubi lant Juniors and their admiring ladies. ToDImo1tc the Tobacro Trust. New York. Dec. 10. The suit to an nul the articles of incorporation of the American Tobacco company, brougnt in the name of the attorney general of the state of New Jersey on behalf or John R. Miller and Franklin Miller of Newark, was begun before v ice Chan cellor Reade in the chancery court at Jersey City Wednesday. The suit is KaaAi nn tho alleeatlon that as ine American Tobacco company is a mon nnolv in the manufacture of cigarettes Its charter has been violated ana iur- felted.' Twelve Men Hurned. Reddlnsr. CaL. Dec. 10. A report has come from Keswick that an explosion of gasoline there Tuesday evening re Bnlteil in the burning of twelve men. among them Arthur Dean, who resided with his family In this city. uean baa charee of the electric plant, and it Is presumed that the explosion iook place In the power house. Two doc tors were summoned from here, but how badly the men are Injured has not been learned. Rond Proposition Defeated. Janesvllle. Wis.. Dec. lO.-The special election held In this city Tuesday to determine whether the city should Is sue bonds to purchase the stock of the Janesvllle Water Works company re- euited In a very light vote. The prop- osltlon to bona the city was oeteaiea. Met aTernoi. MMAip.horo. Ky.. Dec. 10. James i - . .... ... fnnnd his body was burned to a WM a Republican leader of TURK TO I Russia and Great Britain Lead in an Agreement. RELIEF AT LAST FOR AIWEMA. The Sultan Will, It I Said, He Reduced to f. e State of a Vantal I'nder Kumtln-If He Submit (juletly, All Well and (iood If Not, Warship Are In Waltlug to Knforte the Deinaud of the Towers Terms Dictated by Rn4la. New York, Dec. 10. A special cable dispatch from London to The Sun says that the deadlock, which has been known in Europe as the concert of powers, is broken and the Turk is to be coerced. The sultan Is to be reduced in fact if not actually In name to vas salage. His fate will be made known to him before the end of the present week. Russia, France, and Great Brit ain have decreed it. Should he resist, or fall to bow at once to the' inevitable, th.en the combined fleets of those three powers will enforce their behest. Agreed on a I'lan Last Week. Russia, France and Great Britain ar rived at a substantail agreement on a plan of action last week. There re mained the necessity of getting the consent of the other three powers which were signatories of the Berlin conven tion. Italy and Germany agreed with out much demur. Austria hesitated long, and it was not until Tuesday's emergency cabinet council in London. which discussed and approved the whole plan, that the Austrian ambas sador notified Lord Salisbury of the rather unwilling assent of his govern ment that the Russian. French, and British fleets shall force the Darda nelles if necessary in the execution of the new policy. The terms of the new policy have practically been dictated by Russia. Orders Given to Squadrons. Two things may be confidently as sumed regarding the modus Vivendi First, that substantial guarantees of good government for all races in Tur kev shall be nrovided: second, that Russia shall retain her practical mas tery of the situation In the sultan's do main. Orders have already been giv en to the British, Russian, and French sauadrons in the Levant to assemble at the entrance to the Dardanelles, and to the Russian Black sea fleet to pre pare to enter the Bosphorus in the event of the sultan's failure to yield immediate obedience to the formal de mands. MICHIGAN FARMERS' CLUB. Certain Laws They Want the Legislator . tm Knaet. Lansing, Mich.. Dec. 10. The State Association of Farmers' clubs Tuesday elected J. T. Daniels of Clinton presl- dent, and F. D. Wells of Monroe sec retary and treasurer, and appointed a committee to urge the next legislature to enact laws embodying the following rtrineirripn: That county officials be cald salaries and the fee system be abolished, it being made a criminal of fense for such officials to accept fees or other perquisites: that no 6tate in stitutions be established by the next legislature, and there be a weeding out of unprofitable Institutions and unbusi nesslike methods: that prisons be made aelf-sumorttng: that the state univer sity be given only the one-sixth mill tax: that no changes be made in road iw that will Increase the cost of maintaining roads: that a more eco nomical system of collecting taxes on nnn. resident's Droperty be adopted. that a more equitable distribution of tftTatlon upon real and personal prop erty and corporate and private capital be secured. MADE RESTITUTION. Man indicted fer Forarery Surrenders After Ten Years. Buffalo. N. Y., Dec. 10. A middle. aged man walked Into District Attor ney Keneflck's office Tuesday and said: I was indicted ten years ago for ror- eery. I want to give myself up. it was Willlston J. Brooklns of Ham- bure. N. Y. On Oct. 16, 1886, Brooklns indicted by the grand Jury for for gery in the second degree and five in dictments were reported to the court. it Is understood that Brooklns has mad restitution In all these cases. He was taken Into court and admitted to ball on one Indictment. Since he ran away when indicted Bnooklns has been living in the west, where he has pros pered. Lackey Says He Is Innocent. Kansas City. Dec. 10. The "sweat- Ing" process has been unsuccessfully resorted to to wring a confession from Lon Lackey, the survivor of the trio rhnre-ed with murdering Mrs. Eva Win ner and her two children Oct. 26. Al though he was told the authorities had ahsolute nroof of his gum. L-acKey maintained that he Had no connection ...ith h nrtual commission of the rHm. He is visibly affected when. ever the lynching of Winner and Nel son Is referred to. Trial ot the Walter Q. Creshain. Cleveland. Dec. 10 A preliminary trial trip was made Tuesday of the new tf. revenue cutter waiter w- uresn- am, built by . the Globe Ship Building company. The test was very aausiac tnrv th steamer making nearly twen ty miles an hour with four boilers. The official trial trip win wKe pit i first fine day. The Gresham is so con. strucled that she can readily be trans formed into an efficient lake cruiser In case of war. Animated amF Hitter Discussion. i..-hrfl- Dec. 10 The Joint conven- and miner have not yet reached an agreement on the scale ; var. The entire morning ses- -V' ... devoted to discussions on the nkU iViln vein differential and machine " -y- Th. di-ousslon at ana piv mtin. times was animated and bitter. CAUSE OF AN ICE GORGE. Survey of the River Shows the Trouble Was at Chippewa rail. Eau Claire, Wis., Dec. 10. T. F. Frawley, a leading attorney, city en gineer, alderman and several experi enced river men finished Tuesday night a two-days' survey of every inch of the Chippewa Falls. They have taken many photographs and have a complete plot of the river and adjacent territory. This was a measure of precaution in view of the persistent rumors that Chippewa Falls parties were preparing to bring suits for heavy damages against the Mills Improvement com pany of this city and the city of Eau Claire on the ground that the Dells Improvement was the cause of the ice gorge. All that is known about such rumors is that parties have sought to secure services of attorneys for that purpose. The survey snows inai wnue . the river was and Is Ice bound nearly all the way, the gorge that caused the trouble was at Chippewa Falls. FATHER'S TERRIBLE CRIME. Held for the Brutal Murder of His 17- Year-Old Daughter. Osage. Kan., Dec. 10. After a long preliminary examination Rudolph Brockman, a wealthy farmer living in Osage township, has been held in the sum of $10,000 to answer for the mur der of his 17-year-old daughter, Mary. Four weeks ago Brockman gave the girl a terrible beating because she did not work to suit him in the cornfield. He then tied a rope around one of her ankles, fastened the other end of the rope to the rear axle of his wagon and drove to his barn, a quarter of a mile off. dragging the girl behind. Arriving there he locked her up in the barn without sufficient clothing and without food. The girl was found by her uncle and another neighbor, who carried her away, but her injuries were so serious that she died on Nov. 22. Hench Show at Grand Rapids. Grand Rapids. Mich.. Dec. 10. The second annual dog show, under tne auspices of the "Butterfly" Bench asso ciation, opened Tuesday afternoon, with 303 entries, divided into eighty classes. The exhibits are of a much higher class than last year, including some of the finest dogs in the country. The show of St. Bernards, setters, spaniels and terriers Is pronounced the best ever seen in the west. The "Butterflies are twelve young ladies, who support a free ward in one of the city hospitals. Murder Over a Woman. Logansport, Ind., Dec. 10. In a quar rel over a woman here Tuesday nignt, a Mrs. Hattle Lane, Joseph Rue shot and instantly killed Thurston Short- ridge. They were both paying her at tention and very Jealous about ner. She and Rue were walking on tne street about 9 o'clock when Shortridge came along. - As soon as he saw them he got very angry and attacked Rue. wnen Rue shot him dead. Shortridge was the employe of an Ice company 'and Rue worked In a plow factory. Likely to Make a Record. Washington. Dec. 10. The appropria tions committee of the house is likely to make a record in early action on the appropriation bills. Chairman Cannon savs that the pension bill, wnicn was reported to the house Tuesday: the leg islative, executive and Judicial bill and the urgent deficiency bill will be acted on before the holidays. Anoiner ae- ficlency bill, carrying various odds and ends, will be brought in near tne end of the session. Hurt by Falling Wall. Cleveland. O., Dec. 10. One of the walls of the wrecked Kimball building on Cedar avenue, near Wilson, which was gutted by fire some time since, col lapsed Wednesday while a large force of men were engaged in clearing away the debris. It was at first believed that a number of the workmen had been caught beneath the falling wall and crushed, but later it was found that only two had been seriously injured. x Julian Charges Conspiracy. Ran Francisco, Dec. 10. Martin Jul ian stated Tuesday night that he had evidence complete wnicn win prove that a conspiracy was planned and onerated against FlUslmmons in the recent Fltrslmmons-Sharkey fight. Jul ian says that the parties to the con spiracy were Referee Earp, Dannie Needham. Sharkey's trainer, and Dan Lynch, Sharkey's backer, and the Na tional club. Withdrawing Troops from Leadvllle. Denver. Dec. 10. The withdrawal of troops from Leadvllle has been begun, but all will not be recalled until Gov ernor Mclntyre becomes satisfied that the officials of Lake county can control the strike situation. One hundred and sixty-four members of the National guard have been permitted to return home within a few days, leaving 6;u men still on duty. Decree for J. K. Emmet t. New York. Dec. 10. J. K. Emmett. the actor, was piaintirt in a suit ror divorce from May B. Emmett. tried Welnesday In the supreme court, whom he married in 1S94. Emmett charged adultery with Edward J. Hayes. After hearing the evidence Judge Russell said that he would give Emmett a decree. . Agree! to Reorganisation. Kansas City. Dec. 10. A majority f the depositors of the Missouri Na tional bank, which failed Nov. 30. have o erred to a reorganization plan wnicn calls for a contribution ot 10 per cent, of their deposits to strengthen the Im paired capital of the bank. The heav- ist stockholders nave agreeu w pui, in at teast $150,000 In ccsh. and it is De lleved that deposltoi'a will ultimately get 100 cents on the dollar. Miss Lucy t'hl Married. Berlin, Dec. 10. Miss Lucy Uhl. daughter of the United States ambas sador, Mr. Ewln F. Uhl, was married Wednesday afternoon to Professor Guy Thompson of Yale university. During the morning the band of the Alexander regiment of guards serenaded the young couple.