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B.M. Hoar's Endorsers
Meet and appoint
L A,IIm l'nit. V. A. IMiun
. . ... HIon lie Make, of tli
oar prop"!-."- "
.... ,Pi-tifC of tbofecrcditors of K. M.
. i na rrpdiforw bv the en-
Knar. no ut:n'" - -
UJ" . litnl. t.anir unit
1(" i ...,oil.rvinderthetrustee
wu . u t . mnturdnv nt the re-
1 .,0p committee of five wan op
ined by how advice t'Bpt.Dann il
heauldcdin the deposition he make of
the property. A'ter the inventory wan
eJp'eted several parties were on bund
to make overture lor me wuu.r, u.
Vockora part. Uaun Ac Nruaite o.
Dollar Bay, made a promotion looking
toward tnkinjt the wDoie, ou a.icr
consideration Capt. D.inn said jestcrloy
the off-r wa declined
The trustee will proceed to lomlow
the mortage and obtain title to the
quarry property, until which time little
cnn be done ton-aid any negotiations for
it sale. Todotbi of course the pre
viu nortjruae- have got to be paid off.
W Thurston, representing Dunham,
ru,klev&Co .a Nw York dry good
l,,HM.vho came here to look nffr a U!l
,.t 000 ld early iu January, kit
terday afternoon eatitueel that the
.i .mi.ioriiiiM no at nrsi
i,i,.tn1 would be latiie
RIVER UNDER A TOWN. 1
It U t'.fllt veil That the Lout IUv-r In In
diana Uuh Urea Located.
rir Many yi :uh ilir invisible course
Jf the f.iimriH I.ot vivcr, which sudden
ly sinks fnjM viw at a point near tho
town i,f Orleans, Ind., h;;s incited scien
liiie ii.tpiiry. No tn( c f this under
pvound river was ever discovered until
tho recent heavy rains. It is now be
lieved that Lei t river runs directly uu
der the town of Orleans. This U lief u
based r.iamly upon the fact that during
thereout Html the water hurst forth
1mm what Wi.s Fiipposcd to be a small
cave in mch veduim s that the town was
flooded. The water has now ceased to
flow irom the cave, but any cue stand
ing near the entrance can hear the rush
ing of the torrent, apparently bundled
cf feet below.
The explanation cf the sudden rp
pearance of the water nt the cave is that
owing to the great volume caused by
the ram the subterranean channel was
insnJilcient to carry it o'J, and the pies
sum became great that it sought re
jut tnrougn tho cave. 'Has beliel is
iurtner coninnied I ecauso wane yean
ago thero was an attempt to bore for
gas at Orleans. After a depth of f00
feet had bnn reached water gushed
forth with terrific force and continued
to flow for many mouths. Cleveland
LAKE LINDEN NEWS
K. F. Sutton ban returned from a bus
iness trip to Cbicago.
Mr. 0. II. Ohenhoff, of Hoi gkton, la in
theeity io the interests of the tailoring
houe ho represents.
Mia. John Letcher Mc Monday for
Chicago where i-he will spend revcrai
weela vit-itir.g her son, Ilob?rt.
CLIFF DWELLER FOUND.
It it likely that
i-i .. : ;.-u. tin. it nit -
other outeide cr uu-ro -
ter in the sarae light.
iT,ll,,n.kLodce. A. O. U. W.willgiveit
$ Ant annual ball at St. Putrick'n Hall on
the evening of April I'.i, i rmay u..t v.
Kanter week. Tne committee on arrange
ments is composed of but three member
but the v are all hutlen in attending to
the DrefitnioarieH of nuth aneyent. Thy
are F. K. deuks, John Wateon and
Charles W. Coon. The reception com
mittce ineludert many ol the leading buni
neas and oroftwional men ot the own.
Supper has been arranged for at the
Lake View Houso and it U probable that
Wewmiller'e full orchestra wilifurninh the
mupic. The Workmen intend to make a
rcuutatlon in the entertaining hoe.
CLOSING SCENC3 CF THE WAR.
(ovujnur iii'ti poixti:ii
Hermit In New Rlt-xiro I ThoiiKtit t He
u Survivor uf That lUn-.
A Ftory is published in Denver that
rivals the greatest deeds cf fiction in the
embellishment of details. It is claimed
for tho correspondent that he is perfect
ly reliable find entitled to full credit
and his own paper vouches for the truth
of every word contained iu a dispatel
from Ties Pidras, K. 11.
According to the fctory, Lock Walms
lev, a guide cf Taos county, N. M., re
n.iitlv ilisenvered a cave near certain
medicinal nirings that containt d a sin
rlo nc(To:ir,r. a venerable man. with
white beard and hair to the Luers, w ho
warned away his disturbers through
gestures and threats that could not bo
misunderstood. Theodore lYrn.an, who
unearthed tho cave, was engaged iu
blasting an opening in the side of tho
mountain when one shot tore a hole
through which be cculd see the strango
Tho only explanation of his presence
is that he is a descendant of tho cliff
dwellers, who has survived his race.
Tho cave is also reported to be filled
with all ports of queer relics that could
bo seen by the light of Egyptian lamps.
The new Tamarack mill will be tdiut
d mifora wetk on account ofnuaec oenr
to the pumping eegin which mppMe the
mill with water.
The report of PoHtmfiBter A. A. Cluck
for tin year ending lant mouth, tdiows
the receipts for box rent and the nale ol
Btamrm to amount to $:J,23S.54, a lull-
ngoffot nbout f 100 from the preced
L'ncoln Lodge, Kon ol St. George, w ill
go to Hancoc k on CJ .od Friday and par-
ticinite in the re-uuion of the county
lodges which take plate nt that place.
The Lake Linden band will accompany
The many friend of James G.Ulnnvin',
who Mr. here last fall for his health and
who has nir.ee been residing nt Pfcienix,
..!..r. ..;n k trim! tit know that he
han no lir improved that he will return
nt xt month.
TheKawraill at Uregoryv.lle will pro
bably be run in fall blast next eeaHon, a
av m r.-,m.h mlniiniHtrator for the es
tate, has concluded a sale of lumber with
Ibiwton a. d Detroit firms. The deal is
a large one and involves Homethins like
..w iin TI.Sj 5a irrmd 1ICWB to the
mnn hereabout who hope to fecure work
m the mill this maimer.
The operetta "Merry Milkmaids" wi l
be nrewntcd at the Opera Hoove Monday
evening, April 10, n the last numb, r on
t- Y M. C. IT. Star course. This 'yearV
cur.c has not been atluateial t-uc-u
Dn,i th, rnmmittee found it neiiry 10
,.,.nf..lthe date for the I?ofton IJealrt.
The "Merry Milkmaids" isby local talent
ai d w i l bo an enjoyable entertainment.
The ladies c! Grace M. b. church,
Houghton, have been preparing for tome
time past for the fair and supper which
will iicvur in the church parlors Saturday
evening oi this week. Many articles o a
useful and ornamental nature made by
the ladU will be offered for sale. Supper
will h. served. cotuuienciuK ut an hoar
convenient for buiueH men and it is
hoped that many aucb will avail them
selves of the opportunity of getting sup
per nearer than home on the busiest
evening of the week. A pleasant evening
is assured all who attend
The calendar of the April term of court
will contain a number ol important civil
canes and more criminal caeca than tor
from the ouuoo
Homer W. IIot Claims the Honor of Ile
itis H" Youngest I'nlon Fighter.
Late newspaper articles have been at
tempting to locato tho youngest soldier
in tho late civil war, and recently tho
honor had been conceded to George
Davie?, a native of Cadiz, O., but now
residing in San Franchxo, who enlisted
at tho ape of 15.
.,f nw mines the authentic statc-
' mcnt that the honor should bebestovved
upon Homer W. Host oi iui-lmu,
who was born Sept.
mustered into tho Fervico of the Ohio
Volunteer infantry on the 13th day of
.ii n.in.f 1.1 years ana
May, ioi'-, -- -
months old at that time.
Mr llostwascu several longmarchos
an in several hot engagement. In tho
"ame. regiment with Host was a mem.
tSv-hovaHM years of age. Tbo regi
ment claims the youngest and oleics
Sior in the rebellion.-Ciuciunati
Her Third Set of Teeth.
The case of Mrs. J. J. LoNVwerof Orr
vill Wayne county, O., is attracting
V1W. r.a Towwer. wllO IS WCll
i.f th firMt time in mary
pome say for the first time since Schoob
orntt townshio wa organized it guve the
ronnhlipans a majority on the State
ticket at the el. ction Monday. The vote
wa .mull, but for justice ol the supreme
court Long (republican) received 234 to
.v... r. lit. in candidate, io
forCheeyer,73 for Foote, 63 for 4bel
andCIorChappel. The vote topnv
ofthe UDlvemty was nearly the same
and for the amendment increasing the
calaiy of the attorney general t he yote
was 143 for and 75 against. The fact
that the republicans carried the town
Hhlp is explained by some on the other
Hide that oyer 150 voters did not exer
cise the franchise. The State ticket in
Torch Lake tow nship also went republi-
Confederate Ituud Which I)-ertel la
H01I7 to Washington.
Iu tho latte-r part of tho month of
Msu-tli, 18G3, Washingtem saw many
signs cf cedlapso ut tho rebellion. Tho
Confederate army appeared to bo badly
demenalixcd, and derorters, who arrive-d
constantly in largo numbers, repirted
that men from Alabama, Georgia, Flor
ida and the Carolinas could not bo ex
pected to hivo imy heart in a fight
which then se-med only for tho defeuno
of Virginia, whib their own states were
overrun by tho armies ef tho Union.
During tho month of March more than
3,000 deserter;? woro reccive-d at V.'ahli
iugton, and great numbers wero quar
tered i;t Fort Mo!ir-.e, Aniuipol:.? and
othe r point;? nearer tin) line:?, where they
were put to work 111 tho (mart err. nister s
department eir in tho naval Kervico.
One curiosity ef the tniuwas a em-
fedcrato regimental baud which had do
ficrted in a Inxly with its instruments
and wa;? allowed to march through tho
streets of tli3 national capital playing
Union airs. This was 0110 of tho oeldcst
Bigns of the final break up. People ro
calleel a story, told by Hooker, that
when tho Union army sealed and occu
pied Lookout Mountain a rebe 1 sentry
on duty on tho crest or ono 01 tr.o most
difficult precipice's saw our men pilo up
in eolid manses over steeps which liaei
been thought inaccessible and was so
surprised that bo forgot to run, but
stocxl with fe-et rooted to tno Bper,
watching th.e Union foreo cbmbing "up,
and streaming past him, and driving
tho enemy far to tho rear, until ho was
left ulono, a statno of uniazement. lie
covering himself at last, bo threw down
his nmsket, stripped off his rebel gray
jacket, stenxl on them both, ami looluiig
far off to tho sunny south stretched out
as a ma:) below him, sr.d, "How aro
you, Stmthern Confe-deracy?'
lint n,twitntanwng suen inuii.aiiuu.i
of a eollapso of thcre-lxdlion at this very
timo many tiovthem Union newspapers,
led by Horace (IroHcy and ethers or 111s
stamp, v.eio demanding that appeals
fchouhl bo made to tho southern pooplo
"to stop tho flow of blood and tho w ast 0
of tmisure," and that sumo message
should bo sent to tho sout homers "so
tcr.-'o that it will surely bo circulated
and so lucid that it cannot be miscem
strued or perverted," by way of an in
vitation to eoa.o fighting. Curiously
enough, tho nearer tho timo eamo for a
final surrender tho more fervid was tho
demand for negotiation and appeal from
tho unreasonable radicals in tho ranks
of northern Unionists. Dut all this was
soon to end, and while a small party
was asking, "Why not negotiate?" the
downfall canto. Noah Drooks in Cen
Fine ruler 'r l.
JuHt received, a new lot cf tine eider at
Ca-h paid for ecoud-hand heating
ttoyes and other houfho!d goods at 31 'J
Jt.cokHff, ffyev: cave f-dlod to Dnd
c'gar to nult voa. try "lUnHc.h'i
Crown," tht bezt la tha market.
Our locJs r 00 tn cu '
ue' Llrgn on flstrrdiy evvrdn
Madame Smiih, the clairvoyant, is c till
in the city and can be consulted "t her
residince on Sixth stre.'t, oyer Sothch's
Have you trie-d Moeb's Pro Patria
clgaro? Worth 10 cents sold for o e-nts.
Stamped Pro Patria. A cold, sweet satis
flying smoke. George Moebs& Co., man
W. A Wanljburn Co. ha Just recti vd a fuU
No C'irtT A; Holmes Neekwenr, iM
11. W. K.njr V Co.'s vlotluni;.
Alt ) Wilson llios Turn
Store in Laiirlum 10 Itent.
A well-situated store iu Osceola street
to rent b fore May 1. Suitable for gro
cery or other light business. Apply at
310 Otceola street.
Bicycle Suits .
Call an.l examine onrttock.
. A. WASHBUBH CO.
The St. George's Hall is to r-nton very
moderate terms on the follow ing even
ings. live n Wednesday, every alternate
Tburseiu.v ano- ihn-e Fridays ia each
month. For t;irthr particular.? apply tc
JohaJcnkio, WiilimM Msynajd. U. H
Mummer Kl le".
Having received a line stock cf cloths,
suitable for s; rirg end summer noting-,
1 inyitean inepection. Si.its meele to
order, fit guaranteed and the prices very
low. Give me a rail. M. Johnson,
Oyer Sauer's San. pie Koom.
Howland & Co.,
(.Formerly with Prtseott & Co.l
IJWUIUS XI ItltOKKlM.
33 Ames Building,
BOSTON, - MASS,
Tbe br:-n.l 'ii euhe ol Aipv-ii:
Q.i.Vcry can b ha.d at e he fcJ'.owfosrf-ffca
!'.ies: Juroe- UfA'a, Mm. Hovkf-i's. fa
.wya! TVT.-irtln Kubn's. J. C LeanV
Peter Oieeu'iS, Cs.lv. wet ih. inc
frssn finpply ! bit nt tnor.0 ancl evon
.1 - y. ftzid tho pr1s e-re t low p.c the io w
Interest allowed on 1epoit8.
Onlers vecut.til for Cunu or ninrt'in in
Stocks, homH, (jiain un.i itovimchs
SlHtcd on tho HuHton. New V01U
and Chicago Lxclmnes.
SsecialAttciitisaOiTca to Comer Stocls.
'fiTSend for Circular tnd Tclerap Mc Code
Passenger Trails on M. B. H. B.
In effect December 29, ISvla.
a ra p tn p m l.v
.45 12. 15 a in)
Ar pm pn in
Ked Jacket H.30 z 40 w.ifl
Lr pm pa is
7.51 12.21 5 00 Laurium H.2J .J w.
7.57 12.27 5.12 .eiHteo.ii. 5
8.W 1.05 5.W ;n)ck J 1 -W 9.
I 8.40 1.10 6.M Houghton... ...7.30 1.40 9.
Dally, t Dally except Sunday
t 11 inn Owner and Timber Con
tk( 0.rii fond, the standing timber T)MnrtTifrMi fllnninB nn H ? T T. P
ovuv.nw. . - I KJVVHIMI ri I I nlll.X III! IV I II. II.
J. I 1 UuOUllUl AiUiuu uu ax. v
. ro i
given by nr.
e'nlnfi'iiau Seho:)l uf Mines: 'An nutr
esl ing niisappivheiLMOii which exists in
tho ininds of many people is ono con
cerning tho vital dangers which lurk in
the pressure e.f, say. 1.000 volts, f ho
newspapers often tell of a man who Ins
been killed from fcuch a pressure,
whereas, in fact, such a pressure alone
could not kill a humming bird. I have
frequently caught in my nana hp."
possessing an electro motive power of
100 000 volts without feeling anything
moro than a very slight burn. The dan
cer arises only when tho volts aro re
rnrm..i a coort many ampheres or
(Uiuiwi "J r-, - - .
currents. I11 such a casomo loruo ut
current suddenly decomposes nu m
fluids in tho body. Tlio sail in iuo
instantly turns to chlorine gas, ami the
1 t.:.. ..Imvrrftil With
nerson wno nas his r"
L'hniMth r before the
eeyeral terms past, eo from me u attcnn '"'; -. cut her third set
' '..1, t. f,.irlv long one. advanced in years, lias cut m
tne term suouiu uc.v - Thccasc s saw 10 w
,4 However, upon the call of the calendar J denist
n nroneusity shown for most ' ..r n little over 10 years
on covering from avrry severe
c,n nf sickness, lost an 01 'f ,
-pell ot B'"lN; . ,llfinths nc0 her
.wi tor rn. x ii " "
ght began to fail, and she was
ejenij,!'" r fimod cone
thero In ho often a propeusuj unu
..5 nn f rH for various reasons
that predictions as to the length of time
:n u -..;r.H tn serve at aDj
a jury wm 110 iiiju- ,
particular term ie never yery rehab e.
tr-la nilHH mv"
, , fnnnHhin in tfce
nanroPK id me v- .
county to continue to draw party uies FnlTer cd
atth spring election, me nrpuu.-. - . " foull(i a largo
ihL to run a party township Mr - Low w r, vhilo the
vv.v.v. v-.. . I Tfllllll 11HIIW". . , ll..in
tifkpt. UUl me ) ,wr rnriidlV TJUSniHK ""
o. ',. . o ..-Cincinnati En-
,1 . " with an inllameu cummin
IV I1UUU" v
;0 e1 en. '
0llgrT S v "nr ho examined to live many ccoud
CUIUS, lr. ' . , rvo nnijlic.
-.,.,.o,i n livrt many ticfonda. of. iouis ito
Food Tin Can.
Tn n rocent coverniiient report by Dr.
II. V. Wiley it is stated that in C3er
lnany tho law reeiuires that the tins em
ployed for bedding canned goods riiall
not contain more than 1 per cent of lead,
wbilo in this country thero is 110 restric
tion whatever in regard to the character
of tho tin used, tho result e.f this latter
fact being tho employment of cans in
omo cases containing; as high as 12 per
cent of lead. This practice prevails, not
withstanding tho unanimity amemg
physiologhts as to tho effect of lead salts
upon tho human system, the continual
ingestion of even minute quantities of
load into the hyslem being followed
wimllv bv tho most pericus couse-
qUPmw painter's colic, lead paisy ami
other trying diseases well known to
physicians being tho direct effects of
continual exposure of tho system to any
such miuuto portions of lead salts. It is
said to bo possible to exclude tho latter
by rwmirinjy that tho tin shall not con
tain moro than, say, V3 per cent of
lead; also that tho solder bo as free
from lead as lHissiblc. .
Tn liprmanvthe solder madonso or in
scaling tho cans is not allowed to con
tain over 10 per cent or lean, wnuu m
this country tho analysis of numerous
samples of tho solder applied hm
it contains fully 00 per ceni 01 ica,
addition to this Uungtno iuckoi ca
prevent such solder from coming into
Contact Willi tHO comeuis
1 birgo surfaces of soleier onuw n
j often found exposed to tho action of
tho acid contcnt3 of tho can.
beine cedar, hemlock and Norway.
Part of this land U on the shores ol l,ate
Superior and about four miles from Uoll
mami'a lumber railroad. For particu-
lars apply at tho News office.
To Secret Bocletlen and Others Wlh
Ins to Iteut a LodtEe itooin.
The Temple of Honor lodge room is
vacant on Wednesday eyetings o
pacn week. Parties desiring to rent the
nm.iv hv letter to the
Union Temple o! Honor and Temperance,
v is rvinmet. Mich. Secretary's ad
dm1, 2020 ColuniPt street.
Ourgref t clearing sale lor tne Bexi
thirtvdATH. for canh only, to be sol i at
50 per cent on each dollar, consisting of
fircfronda. clothiDg, boots and Khoes,
ladies' and gent's funnelling gooos.
early us it will be to your interest. The
Laurium Fair, next to the post office.
I. FlCINUEUO & to., lTops.
In effect December 20, 1305.
7.45 12.1.1 5.1IU
7.47 12.17 B.02
7.60 12.20 5.08....
7.55 12.25 6.10....
8.04 12 M 5.1'J....
8.07 12.37 6.2::....
8.25 12. M B.40
8.40 1.10 5.05...
a in p m p in Ar
Ar pm pm in
..Lake Linden... .8.20 2.33 .
..i inwocMi n.ia :
S L Linden 8.15 2.25 .
....Wills 8.10 2---0 .
.Wrodelde .H.l'l 2.11 .M
Dollar Hay ?!
Hancock 7.40 l.W 9.W
VliouKbton 7.30 1.40 8.04
Dally. Dally except Sunday
tioUt tn oiM tlm State
ticket, but tne
..h t.,..d,i ,sii nrobably satisfy the
cum iiitpuoj ..... 1 - . ., .1
.1 f heirDarty while the
take good care o! the State ticket prewr
tn ennKMer men and not measures wnen
it comes to local affairs
rv thprs at the Cluincy
and Franklin are confronted with great
i rol these pprmS
There is still lots of snow about th ,10
cations, while half way to town the .now
.i5an ..- nml mud takes its place.
Many residents prefer to walk downtown
under the circumstances.
Captain Smith, of the V?
Station, expects to have m w -
. . in 0,1 Krointhe pres
misnon aooui Aii , th
t outlook, boat. ..III-. '" '
dear of ice anu
way through the gums.
LAMPS THAT ARE CLOCKS.
In the Sot-
mm. Hanna a Leader.
wnrkniuinawill boo louder us
jui. . , vv!lshinctou. lucre
" . hnnw. now occnpinl V
S Br ice nd Lis family- " wonia
tc a sniiao - n.mt to knoW
Ohio, and itwoum -i;." , tho
bas always been famous w
end With tllC Romn
.1 . ..in.!rilinn nt
an,,a'a gowns arc ." ." rfucl
every one, ! .., Ei,Ws
8"Sl,;,oU Cor. Now York
Talk ! Not ""l"
... - - . ,
the long distance "
Talk over w. the other
A liOl'IH m
man in tn s ci ly. niV ..IIov,.mUch
is not enenp. . i,nsinpsi
.1 tked a little wnii
via.. n,Mi hft 113(1 Illlisi":ii
thiscny. ""r-illIn v,.mtirh
... wt. .-in Lft a large turn-
it is nopeu iutiu " .
out o! members o! the choral ocie .3 thH
be inHkcd the girl In charge,
1'oI.oweL.. fhe said, "that
. .tfcrhor- ro 'r: booth for some
evening, aa It w Importani,..--- . you have Dee
ui.es net in as much praciu - - tm,cr f 1(V .,r finppose your
1. .i...iihApnminKU'uvii" v.., vn. vnrtia to w.
Ill 1CT ut " . I 1. ,l,or?fi UT
.. -f T.1. n r Alien. Ol I .iVrfl." FOO till
Mr. Fallon, motner 01 hm r,0 for flvo minutes, leiuii-m
. aia Monday ei cui 1 way,
Tbe lanrrm ,1 13
St. l'airica n n. on thm nrana.
the home of her on
held this morning
They Wero coinmnoij
m virimw examples that havo
been Kiven of early specimeiiH , of the
cloekmaker'a art not uio
..., n,. tlin Kcveral types vi wihii..--
lllfS 1,J,,,1 nnitn Ofllll-
-i ',.f llincn VflSOl U ttiti' "l1"'"
i.. ' u'vptitrfn lenuuiv .uni
,n.u"J"; i:n burner plaerd at tho
.rU. ,il receptacle mounted
UUfcUui t. r ,, . Tlifl
v ri;:,i7 ;;hcdto it
ClllTM'll'Jii .,. T1,r
..t.... r. inmor ami niowu
iuciu ..." . ,.... rfr.
hours, U-.giuinnff nc o -i .
ornoon. t which timo tho lamp vaa tj
taliBhtiM m winte r, and em in nt 1
o'clock in the morning. x.. ... u - -
litriitcd, the Rraeinauy cm-.
level e.f the oil, comoii 1 -
cd, marked the hours.
Tho either device, 01 wa y
. . , ...1. t 41 i.-.Mtni na of tho present.
century, utilised tho same prineipK It
consisted of two ccmmunie atirtf c.l
chambers, Fupcrixsou oy
Tn ono of the rliamocre v..w
in tho other was nisin nded a !lo..t from
a cord which p;ea arounu -
Icy. Tho latter was m.mmn.
zontal axis eudiiiR in the cen cr of tho
dial. Tho float ct c mn-u -.-
tbnoilwas consumer auu
dex hand lon with it thus making
, ' ,.i-..lrim in tho case alreaely
CT At thdr W these timepiece.
TouriKtli, Gold In Italy.
At. tho British embassy to the kinjr of
Italy a calculation was made wnno time
ago of tho amount ot gold brought by
travelers into ltaiy every y u.u. j -
tho largest number of these travelers
como from Knghunl and tho United
States. The calculations inado it evuleut
that no loss than 20,000,000, or $100,
000,000, aro brought into this country
and left hero by these travelers. In tho
scantiest years that sum has not been
loss than 14,000,000, while another
visions it has risen to 22,000 000.
.Mr. Warner, a writer on Italy, relates
that an old woman iu Sorrento onr-e told
I'phoUterer and ?Iatrei Maker.
All kinds of upholstery work dono on
short notice iu a first-claes manner, and
. 1 . C e mora
.Unnor than tne cueaoetit.
cleaned, window droperies made, designed uoa apply to
and hurnr, awnings replaced, etc. mm
tpn vearsof eineiience, I eeilicit your pat
ronage. All work guaranteed. Office
and shop at No. 451 Front sireei, emu
met, Mich. t
S. Mawrence's tore will be sold in
.i,taM thirtv days, a utocb of $5,000,
when he must get off the building, so can
at onco and get your bargains nt your
own price. It will be fold by auction
and private ealia every mgtit ana any.
fronds, men s
.rH hov's clothing and furnishing goods:
Koffl rnn.etc. Don't miss this chance
01 geieii'K J ,
on tbe prices which you must ry e.se-
wbere. x ,
laa To flvm-. . .
U'onrfl nleaaed to tell you that w M J
make everything pertaining to the Phoe-
maker's trade as cheap ns ever from th- h
u. ,.i!c tojiLher. Mcn'e boots or h
In effeot January 31, W".
TRAINS LEAVE HOUQHTOS
For P-troIt and the caot Jaily, and
Kweu an.l intermediate nations,
dally except Sunday.... ri
Tor OhwaKo and Martjufette .2 P
TRAINS ARRIVE nODOHTrS
Marquette cnicaso ana
trrom wwiu"' ...tlsSO p. nu
i)ally. tDally oxt-ftpt durday.
For ticket,, tine trtW and other i 1 nform.
Kod Jacket Mioft.
a itt. filial n.tira
LAKE SOFERIOB DW1S10H
15t - i
im that tho pecmlo in England bad no . for45enJIS0 cents, ladies
. ..... i i,n,i to .1 nrr 1
pun, becauso mo j.uk'- " 7
timo and again that w eTo"
ciety they bad como to Italy, but to n o
?ho .mi. LVsides all tho English were
,i.ir. If th.ev bad had a kiui.
why wero the y not all snnbunitr If they
do get Bunhino in Italy, as they elo,
they pay very sweetly for it.-llomo
Letter in Baltimoro Sun.
Ad Ice l rom the Callrry
Of tho Dublin gallery boys a famous
in h-.s reminiscences.
tfoesroledfor 35 and 4W cenw. t
have a nice assorted stock of fall and
winter snoes, ana our own mase snoe
packs, which we will dispose . at very
1a fiirnres. Good work guaranteed.
Okeu & Kemppaisen.
Filth strwt, Ked Jacket, next to Jacob
MnfnAi Pit lnsuranm
,t r,l TTftwpenaw Cv-jnr.tles, r
n 1 . -:i : ?l
.C'M trt 'J .( ' o-va.
4.1 t v',v.-VV:'V
' . . ,. ntr. I 000 iih-- . i.i-v. oinnn will 1 .1 i.ri rmrnosa tt'Wt
n. w n Tan. of Hancock, I :'t 'irl Bix bathroom. " r";hnW "Tit tbe present time as
,."":r,. tno which will t50.000. There are . -.ho clients
uajonai..r-v - ...n,.- V ufl wiU rxpeua xor .r, luusirm.uK - oll Mriipr
. 1 ica bo bevona me urv- - 1 adopieo uy iuiv.....v
will doubtless bo wj . Xb-Cassier's Masazme.
T altl ntr.
him as far west as pan.- - -
Mrs. Nicholas DoaUnfer, of Hancock,
W"""' ' a. 41. 1.
FO;no facetious tales 0,10 oi x,u w . . o
which bo played ale ntine . aw ?.ftn" ... tn-wn. P.l Insure proper-
toi nll my head and held y oHt-members. Z
mo in her arms during tho first part of oTpr 3 ()00 and d!Tidcnd. nearly $0,000
tho scene. There was a death like still- dnrlnjr the last seyen years to number
"1 1,. i, i,r,rmo. which M interrupt- an"u , ,. On the first day
l by a voice from the gall; rycalling c n mftuy bad 482 mem- JJ
out, 'Unbutton his weskit I Uubun 01 ' Q worth oI prCpcrty in- 80LIU I KAI HO Hw I
,ured and tlO.CC3.54 In treasury. For puUMAN BUFFET SLEEPING CAW
rurth,rpatticulars apply to we--
JOH BLOMQTWT, t rewuvuw.
Sueatd by His Hrtp-t
Mr Billus I've luwl a roaring in my
head all day. I think I'll conralt a doc-
MrBillns Iladn't you better con
gH a wheelwTight?-Chicago Tribune.
AXX LHHOints, oecmary
OJaee, U8 Ptee street, upstairs
Qi-J PsMsatsv As . Oaisata
died yesterday afternoon.