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Tie Copper Conntry Evenine News
Fred Mackenzie, l.'dltor iu4 Proprietor, rOfflw In thoNnws Work, north enj of Finn street. Ked Jacket, Michigan. TKitsiH or sriiritirTio.Nj BY M.UL OB OKRILH. One year dn advance).... . . Mi months. Per month.. W 00 0 INTKRED AT 7 UK POST O frill AT CjILTMITT, MUllIUAN AS tiKUiM-CiaSS JUArTlK. IHT'Communlcatlons and let. or of bufirn.- connected with the paper tftouid W ddrstl to The Copper Oorxtry Extzlz Xews, Calumet. 71 ir Ms an. Leland, Towle & Co., Hanker antl ISroLers. MemV-nj cf the Bcstoa nl Kt7 Tcri EictsEies. C','it r Sticki a 5; ii'.y. W. F. Fitzgerald, 51 Cousrr Ht. Hum ton. Copper - Stocks A Specialty. T. BRIGHAM BISHOP, 7 WATER STREET, BOSTON, - - iMIAJSS. My facilities for traiin In the cor-perstocks are of tLe very ten. yuick service, l'rouipt return. 1 uur trade solicited. Orders re- cuitea ror ten-mure lots and upward for cash or on marpiri of i: or more per nhare. I deal In all stocks lined on the llontoii and New iorK excuangca. write, for book: How TO crui LiA l is one can associate the idea of age with bini, w hen, with peraiatency moat remurk able, he continues to write on the mot erudite 8urjcta and brightens them with the very latent gleaning of knowledge. Another instance come to my mind. Laxt Sunday I heard Dr. Edward Kverett Hale, of Ronton. Tbiu friend of Holme, and of the groups who haye made Bos ton famous in American literature, in growftg very old, but, like Mow, hi fire i not abated, flic voice,inteidof being a tr Lie or huky piping, la deep and full. and make one tfcink, from ita renonni.ce and power, of the roiee cf ote whonhout eth bece.nth a bridge. When he blurted oat in hi peculiar way some emphatic bought hi hole body werued to ri(e up and distend in thepulpit. Yet, thought I. raannerifmi. voice, frame, theHe three. would not hare drawn euch an audience had there not been in hid sermon, n per fect and harmonious touch with the tbonght, the queHtionn, the difficulties of this actual present day. All cannot be ns pleasant as Holmes nor as learned as (Hadstone, nor an in tluential as Hale, but none are as limited in thtir possibilities and theirerjoyments as those of an earlier nge. Your ouly hope for the complete confi dence of the young around vou is to make them feel yonr interest in the pres ent day and your kindly entry into their problems and perplexities. Any differ ent roursH will estrange them and you will be bereft of the sweetest solace of age, that comes from thelookingunward of the young for advice and guidance. Almost with a hush in his voice, one of the college boys said to me today on my way to Trenton for my Thankgiving dinner: "Mrs. McCosh looks after us boys yet. hat do you think? The other day she called on a sick boy though she did not know him. We boy rever- THt PICTURE STORY. Sonic Valuable l'olnta From an Expert I'ltotographer. The picture storythat Is, the story In the pictures will be most Impressive, and nonscqucntly most artlotlo, when It pro duces, so fur as may be posslblo, the ilia lion of reality. This reality Is not likely to be had without sacrifice on the strictly pictorial slUu. Room backgrounds, for ex ample, havo a quality In tho Interest of real U in that certainly would not bo nought In a strictly dceorutlvu scheme, and In tho posing of tho figures throughout my plays I havo sought to preserve naturalism ut whatever violence to conventional oompo lltion. Tho thing to be remembered here, as In 90 many other avenues of art, Is that tho literal is not always the highest truth. Tho most commonplace photograph will Illustrate for us the circumstance that there are widely divergent ways of trans mitting a fact. A portrait study, for ex ample, may le truthful without resem bling In spirit another truthful portrait etudy from tho s.ime. subject. And even two efforts toward strict naturalism, if by different persons, must bo colored by the personality of tho artists. This Is as true In tho tableau vlvant and Jjn artistic pho tography us in painting. Tho expert In photography can identify the work of dif ferent camera practitioners oulto ns readi ly- as tho expert in painting Identities varying personalities in that medium. In fact, ono of tho phases by which we may porcclvo tho range of posing, soloction and photographic; method Is that tho photogru- I pner inevitably lias a stvia Thus it happens that realism in tihotoir raphy, as in other media, is not altogether a uciiinto term, l us.o tho word to express mat umcreneo from plctorlallsm which a once comes Into debate in tho arrangement of fictitious backgrounds and the placing ot living subjects. And a certain element of realism appears in photography whether we will or no everything Is annroxlmnto y in focus or it will not seem real Alex ander if lack in Scribner's. A Slncnro 1 Ml mar. "Fairness," remarked tho Justlco of th peaco in a small community, "Is a regula hobby with us. T hero's many a tlmo that a prejudice tries to sneak in aud get th bettor of me, but I always say to myself that a man who can't bo fair bad better go ut of business." "That's a good way to Iw, " responded his neighbor in a noncommittal tone. ' "And that's the way I am. ain't it? Did you ever hear anybody say anything to the coutraryf "No; I don't know that I ever did." "Aud haven't you hoard that I never took up a case with my mind made up on either sldor" "A frioud cf mine who recently lost n suit lcfore you was sayhig something like that this morning." "i Know it. r.ven those whom i nm obligod to disappoint nro compelled to give me credit for that quality. What did he say?" "It's kind of 'awkward to toll it to your race." "Never mind. A man who Is truly inodeat can distinguish between honest pralso aud mere llattcry. What did lie say?" Well, what ho said was that bo didn't blame you for giving him the worst of it, that the fact that you didn't have gump tion enough to form an opinion prevented you being in any way biased lioforehand, or uftcrward either." Detroit Free Press enceher." That is a model old age. COPPKR KTOCKN. . TO Till: YOUNG: Remember, your g folks, as you grow with me into a fuller Army Music In England. biuco lboi every army musician in England must lmvo passed through a o.ourso of instruction nt Kucllrr liuU tho former residence in Twickenham of Sir Godfrey Kucllrr. The bandsmen oro supposed to bo mere private soldiers and receive they regulation shilling a MINING. Allouez Arnold Atlantic JloMon & Montana Mneka. Hosto.v, December ., 1s'.g. Hutted Himton.... rA t'Mlumet and Heclti. i cnicmmil.. Topper I 'ii I In Franklin. ... Kcarsjrtje... Pioneer Ooeeola Ouincy V'lincy script 11 n ra -U .V) IIS 5() It'i Tan: ii rue k ,' 1 ....... 1 l "' iiuuii ntK j uinor Teeiirrmeh Wolverine ', Merced Cold 15 ITh.-e "Tl. lie tin 1 1 1 l f, ev.'i y Malo ill li, will I"! fuui.d , t Ini f.;;..T O! Iv, t;j'li w ii !i ItaiiiliMn Tlioirihtu i:Y '.m:io." d op-, t : i 1 1 . d.) ind I io n In tdl K fry h-i f,( lii t : antl.or fur tl, itt e red in unit y I hey 'M'nrw of ' arr.inje-exeiiiMVe Wi:?i prrt-rt ,,;, t rour,.I ii:e I nit at tlic erd.fl lrttl..yivit;gIiyint!p.h.K.k- ;u '! t-'ivfy f f MTl ,..-,; J n,r' f p-vc:.., ro.ii;: ,:.vi- ! mtj' and M understanding of your actual f xUtence day, plus a penny extra for tho guards, nu sixpence per diem to provide them wlves with furnished rooms. It is of course absurd to Knrnoso that first rato performers would be satisfied With this miserablo stipend when they could easily earn 3 or 3 a week by nicro evening uoik nt tho theaters. They therefore reecivo a varying extra aliowanco from tho band fund cf the regiment, the government contributing S0 a year per regiment toward tho cost cf musio and instruments. Tho bandmaster, who is a warrant officer and is under tho military orders of tho drum major, nominally gets 5 shillings to C shillings per day, plus 70 u year from tho band fund. Doth bandsmen and their conductor, however, elorivo tho greater part cf their incomo from private engagement, mid trades unions congresses have moro than onco protested that the employment cf tho uimy Lauds at fetes, f-u-dr-n parties, Lazaars and f-o forth i.s unfair to tho civilian rrcfessicnal Laudf.mcu.2;cv York Timrs. as a living responsible thing, separate as to identity from every other, that tho world is and must be run by the people that are in it. How absurdly simple that sounds! Dut the sound is the only simple part of it. (Jive the fact deep thought and it will encourage vou as it has me, to put forth the best effort pos sible. To realize that the multitudinous activities of the world are bnsed upon living beings, not dead ones,.is to get the belief burned into your soul that vou obscure, insignificant, weak perhaps are a part of the machinery. Then too the active participants in the great affairs of tho world nrei ist ordi nary occasionally vtry ordinary hu man being". They haye the name kind of iU'-h it yon, the rt line tendency to idli- ins-, the Kr:.P rPfiHiire in ffin, thesaoe series to run through rf birth, growth, death. True, a! peoji'e cannot be great, but that iloen not take them out of the The Tempt Htlou. ''Whatever Induced you to nmrrr me, anyway, If I am so distasteful to you?" lie asked fiercely. "I think it was the advertisements," sho said. "The what?'' "Tho advertisements. Tho household bargains, you know. I thought it w.nild bo so lovely to go to the department st.ivs and buy ice picks for U cents, roil Si-ik nippers for only 1 cent, and all that sort of thing. Of conrsi! I had no use for that s-rt or stutr as 1 as I remained slngla." Cincinnati 'inirMr. J.D.Dunlop.M.D.C.M. Alpena, - JIIclilffRU. The drink habit in all its otngea treated with the utmost success. Also diseases of the nervous pystera. Write for par ticulars. - llanksi. Merchants' & Miners Bank. JOHN M. PEARSON, Teacher of Piano, Organ and Harmony. Terma Iteaaonable Po. 218 Osceola Street. Lanrinm. CALL MKT. . . . j,eh CAPITAL, . . Surplus and undivided profits, $100,000 60,000 Residence and Stud roCK PKK t'KNT PEK ANNITjfi MAUI ONtfNTKUKMT Ii;i'OlT THE CITY BAKERY. N ELMO IV A NTKAKDELU lropa. Front Street, . RodJaeket. orsiciRsi CHAULE8 BRIGG8 PRtSlt)tn U.U.OSBOKN ViC-PbW Oisana H.8.00LTON. Fresh hread can be had at the following laOOS! TUmPBflLr .nil I J rvs! m mnm II ACps. Hplman& Williams', Red Jacket, and T7ircf Mofinno T "D I Unlavson'i Laurmra. Krh fruit ind mwam I rllSI. INM llfirlH I KClnU oakeeverv Saturday. I ,Whmh tiUft CAI-HJ1KT, THE CITY STAR LAUNDRY HAM; IiKK, IroprIctor. Newly opened laundrv. inthMillpr tmil.t. ing, 129 Fifth street, next door to L. ilennea' utorc. The best of work dnnn and-satisfaction guaranteed. Oive him can. Capital, HurpluH, 100,000 fio.ooo Four IVr (Vnt a ..... ...... nnt iuKHwrpuiiiH, uepoftlta of II aud Upwards Uecelved. ii'-h-er snreiv a ..i m! . i;::i.ttf, f ,r j this ' v, i itt u wci-(J to sif-k o u Lorn s nil it hj din cted? TO Till: scMso-t thank d t,,- voir Have ii nt thin Aliiitehtv f .r snarinrf u; fo til- urv nt. or bnvp vm. b--n moaning for the "good ol.j duV" I trust, r.ot this latter. I read in ShaW Kp-are nn-1 other early books mnnv things regirdirjg the nci.l in o.i swashbuckler tiiiifs the average man no sooner lost his uiiicknesB of eye and activ ity ef body than be waH too often rnre hssly pushed nsidu to develop peevish ness and n central dissonance from the world. I have not theslighest doubt that Shakespeare correctly mirrored his day and age. Compare those conditions with the present. Admitting that there in a sort of dead-line at fifty, after which a man can scarcely hope to get entry into a new buH.ness, the youo- and active being almost aloneindemand.thereyet remains twenty and more possible years of life to enjoy the fruits of early industry and to takeshare in a world that holds out yast possibilities of rich inspiration in church work, in reforms, in eulture and in thought. I5ut to enjoy lifon,,, to fi,,hfc off ,he day w hen the young no longer listen to you w.th Interest, you must make up your m.nd not to oppose new knowledge just because it diff-rs from your earlier impresHions. Whenever, as intimated you sigh for the former days, and s,y the present are worse, it j, an undoubted evidence to your listeners that yourmind Is no longer receptive and that you are not merely old in years, but actually and really old in mind. He who is constantly gaining knowl edge and assimilating it nevergrows old and when Nature' last debt is paid be is emcerely tniss.d. Home time ago I wasvisitingadoctor's office in Delaware. Ia came his silver haird wife, a woman of seventy, and with a good deal ol glee ,he pointed to the Perfect arrangement of the petals ot a Plant that she had not hitherto noticed In the garden. I glanced at ber radiant Isce and understood the secret of beauti ful companionable age; it is always to be on the alert for something new and In teresting iD this bles.ed world wherein we are permitted to linger for a time. A perfect Illustration of this is seen in that dear "Old Dov," Oliver Wendell Holmes. Gladstone Is another case. No tn-H 'nre or away from the ne. d of doing their Hal-part well. It would ben fine engirt indeed made or.lv of pi-ton-rodw here then thesNam, the boiler to con tain it, th- governor to control it,' the heat to generate it? Tl,e things no have around us. creature comfort-, etc., are tiie result of n nd!e:s series of eausi and ifrvN, ho that our breakfast table even in lo-ided down with the products of hly separated places. So long, too. as ynu and I lh0, we are in a living chain of human brings, each ono bearing some share of the pull or responsibility that bears upon all. When you have reached this point of deduction from mysimple abortion, "the world is run by the people that are in it," you will find growing up in your heart a sense of consecration. If you feel at all as I do you will say, "So help me God, as I am part of this huge human machine, as my faithfulness even In the most ob scure spot will help to make it better, I will watch not to fall short of my duty," and. dear eager souls scattered over this country in the busy city, the silent farmhouse, the dreary hillside, the ert le valley, let me tell you that consecration to an ideal hath satisfaction in it. It May lo a Much ror Yon Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes that he had a aevere kidney trouble for manv years, with severe pains in hisback and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so-called kidney cures, but without any good result. About a year ago be began the use of Electric Bitters, and found relief at once. Electric Hitters is especially adapted to cure all kidney and liver troubles, and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove out statement. Price, only CO cents for large u0"1. At I). T. Macdonald's drug store To Nrrret Nocletlen an. 4tlira Wlah. In to llcnt a Lodge Hoom. The Temple of Honor lodge room is vacant on Wednesday and Friday even ings ot eacti week. Parties desiring to rent the same may apply by letter to the Union Temple of Honor and Temperance, No. 48, Calumet, Mich. Secretarv'a ad. dress, 2029 Calumet street. i . Twenty-Bye pattern bats fimnort from the old country) and a few dress patterns and skirts to be cleared- at les than half price; in fact, no reasonable offer refused, as Mrs. Itailton Is leaving the city in a few days, and they have to be sold, at Oates' office, by the depot. Wanto -A good kitchen girl Immedi ately. Apply at the Calamet Hotel. Furnishedjrooma to rentin the Agnltch Block. Apply on the Premises. Sprcrs nt a Church Fentlval. It ia a er.f tom of tho country in Ger many to get drunk nt tho consecration cf a i:ev church. This custom has been regarded as unlovely nnd un-Chri.stian ty many influential Germans of the new Fchool. mint notably by Emperor William II, hut trill it remains unrc formed, and tho comio uee!:lics do not tire of depicting tho scenes in and out of the police, court that follow tho con eccration sprees and fight., fcosno timo ago the festival cf a new church was celebrated in OherringcJlieiiu, in the Rhino country. In anticipation of tho usual trade in exhilarating liquors a Falocn keeper who does business near tho sacred edifice advertised thus in tho Hhineland Observer: Jacob Mull., r herewith fledges himself for a subscription prloo of U Marks (75 cents) to fccrvo every ono cf M9 BUeists with as much wino as ho cun tlrink cn tho occasion of tho ci urch consecration. ' Inviting my frienda and patrons to visit ,uo " responso io mis request, I remain re spectfully yours, jAcob Mutxeiu Within an hour after tho newspaper wuuiiDiiig uim ntiveitisenient appoarcd uiuzens or JittJe Oberringelheitn bought snbscrintion tickets frnm Mni. ler. At the current price of ordinary loose wine in the Rhino country each of tho 89 and their colleagues in thia opcuuiawon nncj to drink 16 large glass fuls beforo ho could begin to benefit by .uwBuutcrjpiion tariff. new York Sun. My Sin. Stand in tho public thoroughfares Baling ni anything real or imaginary, and the dozens who gather round you 7" "J"jpiy soon into hundreds, and, if you stick to it, perhaps thousands. A crowd a9 big as the street could hold encircled a sign painter tho other day. They rallied in curious excitement and lusperscu m disappointed disgust. "My Sin," in huge, flamim? lpftr.ro was what tho painter had already .Ut(.u. n ever a crowa was bent cn anything, it was on tho discovery of iuui, ua Was. xncy asked each other what it might bo and hazarded guesses, whilo tho man laid by his red ya.ui, jjus ana Drought Ionh green in stead. What would the The crowd grow so excited that thev called to the man, "What is it?" "Toll If K ft V I?0"" "int quick rr'vr oomeredto print any thing. Rut he did. J He printed out in small iueu to We "file." and xchtn i. s Pleto !t read. "M7 2& ZmU Stt it oomlnal profit "-1'oar.oD1. WccWr ivas com U to sell Weekly. Practical. ??irwffl..J: Ills Heart and Lung Photographed. Tho other morning a photograph was taken of the wound in the left breast of James Hall, who was accidentally shot wmie Hunting near Shelbyvillo, Ind., two weeks ago, and whoso symptoms of recovery nro astonishing tho medical profession. Tho wound is 7 by 7 inches in dimension and displays everv movement of the lungs and heart. Tho photograph was taken at the request of u mimical journal, whoso publishers stato that tho caso has no Parallel Cincinnati inquirer. Overcoat nnd tTJMeri For men, boys and children at cost price. I have boughtta little more of thesegoods than I ought to have bought and for that renson I will try nnd dispose of tliem for the next twenty days nt cost. Come early nnd get your nice selection. Remember the place. R. Newark. Monro's Mock. Red .Incket. Nnllrntn Tix....... . . ..yujrrnui vdrroia Tuivn. ah I p. Ravine had the tax roll placed in 'my hands for collection, I shall attend at the Osceola mine ofllee Opeehee ev ry Friday in Hie month of December, from;) a. m. to iS p. m,for the purpose of receiving the name. As Christmas day falls on Friday, I Minll that week attend on the previous day. William Vkalk. Treasurer of Omola Township, i.nrirnla lit rl'Ii re Unyn. Tim 'fK'..il,r..l T i .t --- ( ............ liimiini, inn lamourt trarir-contiiiental train viatic n..nM I uaion lacuic ,v .Northvvehtern Line, ou mcagoatj p.m. every day in me year via the Chicago & Nortn railroad, and makes the trip to Califor nwiin o,Iy three days. Double draw ..-h neeoum cars, Duif.-t, smoking .uu uornry curs, dining cars and free re l"7 luu,r c are featurea of the e.iuipment or this perfect train. Tourist sleeping cars are also run through to vmuurnia ana uregon daily, and person uy conducted excursions leave Ch; every ihursday. Agents of connecting lines sell tickets via the Chicago & North- e.iern railroad Illustrated pamphlets auu .on iniormat.on will .be furnished on application to W. R. Kaiskern, G p v .. vuicago, ill. The Palace Livery. JA5IKH SleCLIJKK, l'rop'r. NKIV RIGH, NEW IIOItSEH. calf RtUthlUhe s,welle8t turnout In town, w.K8inte,copiorcountry t reasonable ofciwim rnia io picnic parties. MTAHI,FOMOKTXANI HTIIKKT. orncxas: EDWAltD RYAN i'HEsm.. JOHN 8. DYMOCK Vic-Prem, irit,biAiu u. AUitKSU? CA8HIXI First National Bank, HANCOCK. MaoDonald & Jacka, Proprietors of LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES. Portland and Fifth Hi.., Itrd Jacket. tacitai $200 000 Sorplns M MiM profits - 68.081 Four Fer Cent l'er Annum Allowed on Interest Depottta, orrioiBs: (eorge R. Stewart. ,will1am dakuy.. ph.su,,,, Kesldent WILLIAM CONDON of 'i! VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST Treats All Diseases of HORSE?, CATTLE and DOGS Ofllee at McClure's Palace Livery, HKOJAClaKT. . . ,. aiio with tho Ties Huron County is Bitimtwl liJO inileH from De troit, 70 mill's from Tort Huron, and G8 miles from Supnuw, on wlitit is known as 'the Thumb of Michigan. We Lave recently starts n tallorina r wtahllshment, In McDonald's bulld inff.cm Firth street, and are WMi, , rf pairing, etc. Our stock i noir.nj and tho price, lower tLan .nywhcrT i jrKi-ciaisn -orkmRrtKhln and PYBft fit la .. u.1UuS, iriai and you ,wi ivai wim US. wJe!". hlV r,l!nLk", on1t,,r '1? by the wuteis of the Ore it Liken, which lnulntuia an even t.-inpi-raiur j :iuiirtctut by t ho l Tiki that tlul .nnV.tt.t? u fruit f'untry U at Iune.xcellud, In iny northern Mate. Ad- nKv vZLVTr;?"' c,,t'rtk, u,11 tno belief of rcM.h nts of ot her purls. ovtryu 1 aVLc,,I ,0.tue rW'" of Krasses. f n , n I v1!? " ,ho Kn,un'1 for nd 'ill always faii".ir,Ui V0'1'''9 f .ntor u ren.ler lion.., , H i'18 W heat, tmts, corn, nEec;,lo,'l!, 8Ufe and "b'tW iI!,'1Hl,'l',,ort,?f th0 stat Airrlcultural lie in tineiunves Huron County -to per cent No Sr'Si!. K.lomiu'nil pVoduet, e THIW BVAVB is MKSEHVKD BY Til B Calumet and Heela Mining Company. without any mna w l,n" 3D. S., Dental Office. Over Star Clothing Store. enV. t, , , ur'Jl''-yiiiau8try and eeonon row o. m 3 ou. 1 kk ' "atl,ro u't. . ),w"1 '""k'1 ouldn iiAi;vi;is." With nixtv tmi.. , k fn ofr,.roaV,.Vlt my e Hr- Mirdunda imndred io niur door aud Hon ., "i i ! ! tl,orva,r,u lands, a few desenp lit l ' M ""'umo Mimexed and are: 225 " 'c- Lincoln Townahlp- ofVun ira, '.W'1' clV "on, Koou state Vi m lenf n'r'l ,Illk"e from v- - nJ "ore, aUmtm J!?es lr? 8t'-24. Lincoln Townshlp- iu dim, i(rrvtmfioiii tnun. Notice . . To the Public: 312 To ItntFn. Mllllirn TO lien Prm- a Apply at the NEw"ofIlcoUr r flve room8 To Itent-. ' . employee, a Louho of four or company Veflow or lilue Jacket rn- Jl ve .rom la tho News ofllee. ' Love Prtlculars at Wanted to Unit Tht sat- w. m aa.TBS4.4sgi warn, on county road. HaYmh.Yw ,- wl quire at Louse o'r of the oSS,lown- Kn- Knqulreof thewmpanT,treet- Te Quire at the house. Hwaetown, In. ..rc? 'e Ioudu Nn am. j.. " ,u "euOtOWn Anil- uq nd Hecla mining ;oonipani PPly 10 Wmet baultowTteNo.JB street. Ra,m pany. " ' v" """iremiaesor theoom 5&M !! ,tock of V. ed llockers and Din il:V',0f.en. sort l arior 8ulw, Joun r 'f.l "r,""1-. ucuoaras, lleddlnir. F neiVii ""drones, no clearing. 8rU.nriM .n J? . V ' KO()ds;HlKoallor.;rw','aiI ? h.pr 1'ouseholJ GochI houm TT,Ti i".,le" Fro.m.ftJ Axe. "". Tho alK)ve atoou V ?,0I,I, a,,l liar- orchard abon T.- . ul DUI1("DK". ma1' mlrtii clonal out by soil. 'lcT"i5,URcrWl proved, ttplendld noun. "v.,un or irolnir on i...-r I -... ... r" '",nuu' ohVarpT i ifrwT.Ti lruProved, balance tacilJ ...B miUUt5U piaco wm.oo per acre. Unl ZVtZVtmrma WI" be divided r? 9rea Of land W Kilo fmm th rfo. cleared won fXe' lQ6 oli, 30 acre. S aSln h.JenSJ? b'nce easily cleared. AU tL a.?vJTbl2 WIJI mak ne home. ts,m. aUvanta&ea of a Hlgn tJchool. Price, niAe0 m' IInd our ml,e "outhwePt of houae Teoo h.,n btato road. Fine fenc'od Mb,, n hod"i One orchard, well PriceTeaW WelI flne Tery .fine htm. Alu7mJ!rr,OTi 10,16 trom 14 Axe. lMaunlVlPfSTed- No buildings. Fine mLermm01.0-"! Veron. township. No cleat-Inn iZ. , ,,1 Of Uad Axe. J,--?!ear,I,f? Splendid aoll. Iln l.tinn. .-nr.. liememiHT the iitno.V UIUI oui Luy worth of Kooda'or fi her you can 312 Main Street, nr-netorA0:;,VV",nuiwin2, VOVHCfc, opposite Ed insurance. F- A. Douglass, bamVon St No- 22. with KQXIOV. aire at house or of the ooipVnV. wn Kn' v, HT Marine. T.ifn ma. . 4AW AboullwacrMV.2' Meade Township weu feKdrpr.8:?. use, frame barn. mile from ii-u i "mail orcnara, torV Trice H&WUe ml,e nd AM l5teirid0re w.?0?'83'' Colf Township Wlthln iw miiJ' , No building. and bctowa?ilH.-'.,,ai Ajtet on tJand 1,',acn iih i,!tln! State road. Trloe 13 ouo TowSsh SSW hrt,on" ind irVeroni and shcHl., STOj arre house, goo.1 .ami chard. 1'rlce f4 UK) g D Vlnes" ,ma11 0 tiiS-KI'num9 Township ffort;ri!r.r?Tod'A ''ousea and lanre barn. tecloMdtnr'lr0 ot balance can nd Wa?lo tlmliST. Cr?' 60 a0reB reen 1,ecch farm 3u mi , J.' runn,nK stream, good stock from vinat of ffliU,aeS,.Klnd. one mJ1 s lmn ' V?9,n. Townsn p- I n acre house, f rainn u"",ul "k" clearing. uo Plums, cherMo.8!";, "matl orchard of applef . AboutOOanro.in! 0ra"t Townshlp- '"'wo. irame dwelling, large f ramo L'l.'L" frame dwelllnir. I "V" ",lu ""IO 9. Small nmh.r.1 i.iilo. ana aman rruit. Accent. PIM, CIa88t 8t0an; s'i wwuriiy. ISthaor.Ut," uar?.,n- Prloe ll.MdO. OfT I I Good frame hm...i7' "'Verona Township- -"i-eaainecompanies EnsM-h and American. $100,000,000 OP CAPITAL. proved, runnin" r. me barn aM lo: fmm ."J1 lna."trcam. Just anmaa thn mad U cleared I run nTw11?' trom ad Axe. atwnt bulldingarum,?!"?"" ?n P'a. w1 $2,2oo. 1 miIe fron chooi house. Price 8!eO8aSBVach0RrOia', th townships of nd Huron a nriL0mfleidAMcad. Cbabdlef A. L. Wrlnht. 0d Axo. Mloh. W. H. Faucott, POTla dp ly toJoao loo. .ISf'Utl vragnioflk.