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E THAN A BRUTE
icious Skipper Treats His Crew
aMM II. I. I I I I II I II i I I
j fttn- "' w e y th
(.,. Be leud Tl"" Alive Men Heat-
lm, ami Hack, and Then LHitcKarged
veW York. Nov. 18. For three daya
, coasting Bailors' home at 172 Chei -itreet
has been visited by detach -
a ty,a rr.w nf the little NInvn
eotlan brlgantlne lona, from the West
,.,hirh la now lylnir at Montville.
the Thames, above ISew London. The
... .mi four teamen, havine been
. nff the brlirantine bv her skinner
j ,.,, PnntHin Mosher. thev suv
JVC U til'lJJCU, w-cv... ............. ...
egged their way between Montville
nd Cherry street. The last man, pen-
A l.ooton rollmiiJd a i A
lleisand hungry, walked into the home
- . . rru., otnrlf Ihn mull toll lu
imo?t grotesque. The brigantine
J 1 Vnpb rtl-t itf unrl-
wi on Aue. 31. and when she turned
er jibboom toward Port au Prince
aptain Mosher at once developed into a
iger in Ills ferocity, according to Gus
i..r-'.-i, ;i n iuu r.iiiii.ii..
"The foretopgallant staysail, or royal,
m upvit flew I'll un a u 1 1 ii" uiiice was
L . . n t Id. h.iii nHu li'Uhu tl nH funla
lid Anderson. "There were four of us
, aril, myself, Martin Swensen, Char-
... T ....... r. . . H I ii Una U'ciuu Thu
towaway, was 15 years old. the legacy
I Im P rinntnln mm--m ...v.-
I. I, . v,;.., .4 ... ..Lit,.
he wheel. He kept the sailor's eyes
i--1.--.J -.11 .!, llm. WWmaa ...
ick or injured Captain Mosher told us
hat doctors were no good: that he was
doctor himself. From start to finish
ur grul) was salt and our drinking wa
er "as what we caught from the
eaked. spoiling all our clothes and ren
ting every berth save two uscl-ss.
Punched i lie IhI - Face.
"In the harbor of Gonaives, where we
I Mil." III Hie MlllJ IHlfcll Hi K I I I II II
devil of a mate!' shouted the captain.
lore again and the wind came from
that turns were swung In the chains.
nen me niaie irieu 10 we en one or mm
iwhi.rc l.n,l-il.i V. I ..I .1
a fury. He struck the mate with his
RFC uni run H. nv no ml no
'"I'll murder you and throw your
hand on this lad Jim.'
lumped into the Hea.
"Then he chased the mate forward,
V IK it.. Inmiiu, int.. tl,.. .... ...,.1
HI It'll If. iUlm fur (Ihi.n. A. o . ill'.., .. .1
changed our clothes or boots till we
lump overboard off Cape Hatteras to es
cape the captain's cruelly, hut I cheered
At Montville Captain Mosher drove
(hem all ashore. Mate Nelt.el affirms,
fc'lthi ut paying them n cent of wages.
er J Augustus Johnson, chairman
If the litigation committee of the. Pro 1 1 s
lant Episcopal Church Missionary SjooK
(tjr for Seamen of 58 Williams street,
Mil endeavor to have Captain Mosher
fmnlched and secure the wages for the
NEW PLAN TO SAVE DURRANT.
Attorney Ah That Time He Set for Min
nie William Murder Trial.
Mn Francisco. Nov. 18. The attor-
new move. The condemned man now
... vunMiinu in l 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i yt
.. ... . i , i,,, tl i a I ' ' i. i i e ' 1 1 una
v, l iiic .nun ill iiiiii in i
un uir iiiuiuci ui iiiiiiinr
A document filed with the district at-
in j o iui iiitr aii;uBru win w
UllAlM rase in th name manner
o-. i ii.ni I'll iiu u mi tiiiu iui!
".nun ror me murder or Blanche L.a-
uni i net ii. 't ah.. .... w. ....... ,..i.....
r w la, ,,i, vviuiaiiiB msr mii-
'"i up iorcea lo trial.
Railroada May Get More Time.
Washington. Nov. 18 Dec 1 the In
terstate commerce commission will give
hearing to the railroads that have
Petitioned for an extension of the time
'n which to wmiin il. .ii ti. ii- lit ears a ml
anniTOT wiin uuiomuuc urHi'9 aim
far couplers under the law of 1893 The
rommlsslon estimates that something
)MI lhan 5 per cent, of the railroads
have complied fully with the provisions
01 the law. There seems to be little
doubt that the commlswion will extend
' .III .1., .... ...itw . i- . i. i
Crew Had a Narrow Kaeape.
Pittsburg, Nov. 18. The towboat Jim
r-rown. owned by W. H. Brown & Sons.
fal operators, struck the channel pier
of the Pennsylvania railroad bridge,
"ear lick No. 2 on the Monongahela
rlver. about 2 o'clock in the morning
nd ank In ten feet of water. Tha crew
M eleven men had narrow escapes, but
ll were rescued. The boat was built
In 18S2 and cost $45,000.
Killed by an Kleetric Wire.
Philadelphia, Nov. IS. Lavi L.. Pot
ter, colored, agtd 26 years, was Instant
Jy killed by a shock from an electric
"Sht wire. Potter waa standing on an
Iron kft-Kimg in front of a South atreet
tore. He carried over his shoulder an
umbrella with an Iron rod, one end of
hleh he held In his hand. The other
nd touched the wire where It waa ex
Posed and Potter fell dead.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
The annual farmert' institute Is to be
held hi Chi loimign, Ills., In February.
The queen and I'rincess Beatrice left
Balmoral for Windsor on Nov. They
will reside ul the castle for about five
week before proceeding to Osborne for
Hev. Dr. Henry ft. fritchard of In
dianapolis, who is the oldest living
I" oner in the Church of the Dlsclpba
of America, has preached 6,000 sermons.
He has known General Harrison ever
since the latter was a boy.
F. G. Kandall. a retired druggist, was
run down and killed by an electric street
car at Ottumwa, la.
Kaiser Wilhelm Is said to have taken
a great liking to Lieutenant Nlblack
the naval attache of the United States
embassy in Berlin, and frequently ln-
vues mm lo the palace.
The spine cf Martin A. Brookshire,
agWd 3, was broken in three nine.-, in
a runaway at Moweaqua. Ills He died.
three deaths in one family In one day
is recorded at Freeburg, Ills. Arnold
and wife and Quatavi Arnold, a grown
son. were burled side by side in the
village cemetery. They died natural
deaths but of different maladies.
Sebastian Mutzger of Daggett. Mich.,
committed suicide by hanging.
Francis Dillinger. a farmer, while go
ing through a dark woods near Klw i cL
Ind.. was lired upon from both .!! s f
the road. The bullets passed close to
Ford county, Tils., has purchased a
farm, built and equipped a poorhouse at
an expense of $22,000.
A G. Holcomh, a prisoner in the
county Jail at Dodgeville. Wis.. Mcaped
by getting possession of the key In
some mysterh us manner. He is sup
posed to have had outside aid.
George Rengraves of St. Louis re
proved his two grown sons for some
trivial offense. They made a murdtrou
assault on him. His skull is crushed and
he cannot live.
The public school building at W.-t
UnltJT, O., was destroyed by fire.
SIGNED OVER MAYOR'S VETO.
President Heath i Oshh ii ,miiiiiiiii
Onweil reatee stir.
Oshkosh, WriM., Nov. 18. -Signed and
vetoed on tlM same day. That Is the
present status of the amended franchise
of the Citizens' Traction company, and
indicates a muddle in city affairs that
may not be straightened out without
difllculty. Five days ago a new fran
chise, which had been granted the Citi
zens' Traction company by the council
after violent agitation, was handed to
Mayor Ideson for his signature.
Mayor Idison left the city and C. D.
Heath, president of the council and act
ing mayor In the mayor's absence,
signed the ordinance r franchise. Hard
ly had he done so when City Attorney
Kluvin appeared and filed a veto 01 bo
half of the mayor. The only point of
contention is whether the Citizens' Trac
tion company shall be compelled to re
pair the streets upon which the nOTM
car company's track ran, these tracks
having been taken up by the Citizens'
Traction company after having pur
cased the horse car company's franchise.
Illlnolft CharltleH and Correction.
Jacksonville. Ills.. Nov. 18 Brotherly
love had an inning in this city when
the second annual meeting of the state
conference of charities and correction
assembled In the chapel of the insane
hospital. Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones pre
sided and introduced Governor Tanner
with eloquent remarks. The governor
delivered a fine address of welcome and
Mayor Albert Holley of Jacksonville
welcomed the body on behalf of the city.
Chicago (train auU Produce.
Chicago, Nov. 17.
Following were the quotation! OH the
Board Of Trade today: Wheat Decem
ber, opi ned !i4V4 . closed Hf.c; May.
opened M'V closed 00!4c. Corn De
cember, opened t4c, dosed 26-V ; May.
opened 29c, dosed 2:To Oat Dc
cember, opened 20c, closed !0i i May.
opened 21V. closed 22V 1'otk De
cember, opened and IommI $ . .lan
uai v. opened s.271j. Closed '-W: May.
opened .us."., dosed $x..r,o. Lard De
cember, opened M it1-, closed M.S0; Jan
uary, opened and l s. d $4.30; May.
opened $4.1'i. closed $4.4"'.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
22V per lb; extra dairy. 20o; freafl
pa. kirn stock. I2ft;12lyc. Kkks l-Tesh
stock. IS per dozen. Live Poultry -Turkeys.
Srti'.ii' per 11); chickens (hens),
.i spring chickens. 7c; dinks. 7V"
0. I'otatoes- Northwestern. 3sr,4Kc per
bu. Sweet I'otatoes Jersey s, $3.00(Lf'2. if.
Chicago Mve Stock.
Chicago. Nov. 17.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
30 000 sales ranged at $2.903.50 for
pigs S.S0S.H for light. $3.2003.30 for
rough packing. $;;.3iftt3.55 for mixed, and
S3 35(S3.55 for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Cat .'.e Estimated receipts
for the day. 12,500; quotations ranged at
15 0005.35 for choice to extra shipping
steers $4.554.90 good to choloa do.,
$4 1004.18 fair to good, $4.0O4.40 com
mon to medium do.. $3.7004.30 butchers
Bteer $3.1504.00 stockers, $3.iO04.4O
feeders, $2.000 3.90 cows. $2.6004.50 heif
ers $2.2f,04 00 bulls, oxen and stags.
$2 90 0 3.90 Texas steers. $3.30 04.35 west
ern rangers, and $:i.r.O06.6O veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs-Estimated receipts
for the day. 15,000; quotations ranged at
$3 5004.75 westerns, $::.(! von natives,
and $4 in0 20 lambs.
Kaal sHlfMs slk
Last Buffalo', N V . Nov 17.
Dunning A Btevei Uvj Ptock Corn
mission Merchant, B I-"'';'1"' N
quote as foil ws; Cattle Llsjhl supply
mlrfetsteadj (h H slpti ;:,.s
mark.-t opei I -t.- PI ' ' ' '
Hose Y-Vk rs genernlly. sa.50 tew l
i.hade mt re; pigs. W "':'.... iii m
and medlun W " . ivy.
Sheep and 1 ' ;
10 of them .-,.1: d s; i aik I
strong for lambs; rheep hrm fi r all bUI
coarse ewtf, U. si " -.' '
cuiis to cd u n
sheep $4 31 G I oils to gc a, 1 "
st. i .inis Orsln,
St. Li l is NOV. 1 ?.
Wheat-Higher: N S red pash eU
vator 95'zc; tnn k ':. ';, . D. . - u t . t
96V bid; May. 9Sf3S: July, 81c; No.
2 hard cash. SIHc C rn-Hlgner; No. J
cash 25V: December. May, zm
028V. Gats- Higher; No. I .ash ele
vator 20c; ir.i.k. 21V: December. 21V
May. 22V; No I white. tSUC Ry
Milwaukee. Nov. 17.
Wheat Firm; No. 1 northern. 91c; No.
5 spring, 86V: May. 91c. Corn-Steady;
No 3 27c. Oats-Firm; No. 2 white.
23A024c. Rye Steady; No. 1, 48 V
Barley Dull; No. 2. 42Sc
Detroit. Nov. 17.
Wheat-Cash white. 9ly. caah rd.
S2c bid; Deoember. Mc bid: May. SfC.
Corn Cndh. 37c. Oata Caah white, SSc
Have You Investigated?
The Standinofthe Doc
tor Or Doctors You
BeCarefulof Medical Institutes
Kapeelally Those Whose Proprietor
Darea Not Fabllsh IBIa Own
On Saturday October 2, the Copper
Country Evening Nkwh published a re
print of the st . Louis Republic headed,
"Trade in bogus diplomas; bogus colleges
grant fraudulent medical certificates;
hundreds posing as physicians who are
not entitled to practice, nearly all hold
ing these diplomas are ignorant of the
rudiments of inedicin '
The article further goea on to state
that there are two of these bogus col
leges now domiciled in Illinois. Up to a
few months ago there was another hold
ing a charter from the State of Wiscon
sin, but in consequence of the removal of
its headquarters to Illinois the charter
hns been forfeited at the instigation of
the State officials.
Long before the above article appeared
in the local papers have we warned the
people of the copper country ol the un
scrupulous men who are practicing med
icine; there are thousands of them scat
tered throughout this country, who make
a living by praying upon the sick and
atlhcted; we have long warned the people
to be careful whom tbey employ as their
physician, as he may be one who has
either bought or stolen a piece of paper,
and after filling in his name, calls ita
In every walk of life, in every trade
and iu every profession we find some
who are an honor to tbeir fellow work
ers while others are a disgrace. Hut in
no other instance can one so hoodwink
the public as in the medical profession.
before entrusting, your medical adviser
with your money, health or secrets, be
sure that be is a physician or is connect
ed with a reputable medical institute;
avoid all medical institutes whose propri
etor dares not use his own name and
never having graduated from a medical
college, is obliged to hide bis identity by
advertising the name of some one as
chief consulting physician of his institute.
The people of the copper country have
been fleeced so often by these sharks, that
we deem it our doty to caution them to
be on their guard.
Be careful to whom you entrust your
lives; investigate the standing and rep
utation of the head of the concern or in
stitute with whom you do business; we
want to be investigated; thehead of our
concern is a 'graduate from one of the
leading medical colleges of New York; he
is registered at Houghton and in almost
every State in the Union; always look to
the head man of any concern, thereby
judging t he- reputation and standing of
the assistants. Remember we treat and
cure all chronic, private, nervous, deli
cate, blood, skin, kidney, liver, bladder.
stomach, rectum and female troubles
Our hours are daily from 8 a. m. till
p. m. and on Sundays from 9 a. m. t ill 3
p. m. Dr. Goldberg & Co., oyer Carlton's
hardware store, corner Filth and Kim
streets. Calumet, permanent branch of
No. 291, Woodward avenue, Detroit,
Mich. On Mondays we are at the Doug
lass House, Houghton, from 9 a. m. till
9. p. m.
Special sale for November month at the
Laurium Fair next to the postoffice
One hundred and twenty five boys' oyer
coats, sixes from 0 to 13, worth from
f2.o0 16, at this sale only from 3 to
$1.75; 90-incb youth's ulsters, sizes from
14 to 19, worth from f 3 to f 9 50, at
this sale from $2.50 to $5; 150 men's
Melton overcoats, worth 98, at this sale
94; 100 men's ulsters in Chinchilla,
worth 91H, at this sale 10.50; 112 men's
ulsters, in Irish frieze, worth 918.50, at
this sale 911; 175 pairs men's calf
boots, worth 93-75, at this sale f 1 . h.
100 of boy's calf boots, sizes from 3 to 5,
worth 92.50, at this sale 91 10. (live
me a call and convince yourself that
what we say is true and that by this
special sale you can not only saye pen-
nies. but dollars as well. The Laurium
Fair. L Fkindbku & Co.
We call your special attention to our
new I'lanished Steel Ranges as besides
being a perfect baker, the material, a
secret process, does away with the old
complaint of the enamel peeling and will
retain its lustre. E. Ryan.
Clothes cleaning, dyeing, repairing,
altering and pressing promptly and
neatly done. AH work guaranteed to
MicnuiAN Dye Works
Oyer 312 Fifth Street.
We now handle a full line of underwear,
oversbirts, etc.: oar stock having just ar
rived is all fresh and clean and our
prices well oar reputation will tell you
this story. Thk Savino Bank
For Sale Six coal parlor heaters and
four wood heaters in good condition, at
a bargain. Cuas. M. Polinbky,
Orsr 312 Fifth St.
All goods nought, at Ryan's are toll
value lor your money.
ONE OF THE SMART KIND.
A Young Bridegroom Who Maka an Ex
pend vn Uujr of Mm.-, i r
A lot of traveling salesmen, spending
Sunday in VYufhinntnri, wore doing what
drummers at Ml atwaj V . do, In n mie,
who was very irexh ami agKre,.,i vely
knowing, got Dp ami left the hotel urlice.
'1 never liked that fellow," Hiid one ol
the two remaining, "and I don t like, his
kind. It is that sort that gavn traveling
men the reputation they hae, and I'd
like to see t he last one of them 11 red out of
his 1 1' '-it ion ami a decent man put in. "
"Which reniindH me,"buld the other,
"of the very fn -,he,t chap of all I ever
saw. Ho hud u little money of his own,
and he lived in country town in Indiana
and traveled around the state for the only
wholesale store in the. place. lie kept his
job because he had money in the concern
and bMSNBM he did have tomo ability as a
salesman, though he was Insufferably uon
ooitod. 1 used to bo thrown with him oc
casionally, and I never went to a hotel
with him that be didn't always ask for
tho lxjst room in the house. Well, after
aw hile ho got married, a couple of years
ago that wus, and he made his first trip to
New York, accompanied by his bride, w ho
was nearly as big a fool as he was. The
Waldorf was the only place, in New York
good enough for them, and do you know
what the yap did when they got there)'"
"I can guess," smiled the listener.
"That s just what he did He lined up
alongside t he counter of t hat elegant place
as if it were the Hotel tie floss in Squo
dunk, and with a Wilt Of his hand, that,
same old wave I remember so well, ' Hy
Jinks, ' he said to t he clerk, 'gimme the
host room VOH got in the hoOM And the
clerk did, but alter letting the young fel
low spread hinisell mi it lor a minute or
two he told him the he-t would cost him
fjuo a day, and for once in his life freshy
hud to acknow ledge t hat ho hud bit off
more than ho could chew." Washington
A.i. t. 8tern Naya n Sultan' Wivea Dis
port In l'T lllllied Mi mn
it has remained foe Qennafl nowspa-
per woman! A dele stern, to penetrate the
mysterlm ol the saltan's harem. How
Fraulein stern managed to get into the
Moved precincts of the baths she does not
say, but she gives a very interesting de
scription of their interior She suys:
"Along the walls are low settees. In the
middle of the room stands a magnillceiit
1'urkish clock Near by is a tmingiil, un
open metallic stove, from which comes
daintily perfumed heat On the, top is a
big bronse pot, in which delicious mocha
is heiiiK blwWOd. At every other step II a
sort of cradle in w hich rest from ono to
I he dolot far nicnteof Turkish fcmnlc
llfo can nowhere he better studied than in
ii hath The women ot the harem enter
the bath early in the morning and scml
from un hoai lo the whole day there.
"And now to the buth itself. It is a
veritable fairyland. The soft, damp uir,
tho white marble, the perfumed steam, all
help tho illusion of being in S0TJM nixie
land. Right before me, splashing in the
water, are two nymphs Their immense
block eyes glance sadly at me from beneath
a muss of raven Mack huir Their forms
am exiuisite. white as the alabaster sur
rounding them and with skin a soft us
the richest velvet.
"At this moment I am noeostod by an
elderly woman whose arms uro muscular
in tho extreme. ' Maschullah !' sho cries,
which translated means, Oh, thou wonder
of God' Just why sho oonsidcrs mo in
this light 1 do not know. Without mort
ceremony she takes me, plunges mo into
the water, rinses me, snaps me, and finally
places me flat on a stone couch Then be
gins the massage.
"The bath finished, I am once BMM
ushered into tho dressing room I drink a
cup of coffee and depart " - Kxchange
Uoring the Ilori.
"Come in and see how I get rid of bores
You've often asked my recipe and I'm
about lo deal with one of the most, viru
lent of his tvpe " IS WOO an old hanker
ipaaklng) and he showed his guest int
the nri ate office.
"Hello, Orpeyl" began the bore at,
sight Just dropped In to have a talk
about noor Llnsuv. I Runoose
"Yes. of course, necleotod his business
gambled away enormous sums of money,
fell a victim to the tenihle curse or intern
perancc, dissipated hi fortune, uud even
lost his home. TOO bad!''
"Awful! Rut did you hear"
"Certainly. Tried to drow n his sorrows
in deeper notations than ever, lost his trial
situation in a commercial bouse, wus
branded a bad ea and left to his own re
sources. Drifted awuy into a grcut city,
family suffered, ho braced up, found hen
est employment, won friends and was do
ing well, everything considered."
"That's ritrht. but"
"So I heard. Rack with us again. He
has a flno position, looks like his old self
and everybody huppy.
"Do vou think he'll"
"1 know he will. A few old nalamityitcs
think otherwise, but he's all right. We
have him for dinner tomorrow night uoes
to the Uppies next night.
"No? I hone"
"That's all right. So do tho rest of us "
"Well, good day. Pretty busy these
"There vou have It." laughed the bank
er as he closed the door. " You persist iu
dolug tho talking and a txire will run ev
ery time." Detroit Free Press.
" This coffee does not seoro quite right.
dear," said young Mr. Hunnlinoon to the
best little birdie in the world.
"I know it doesn't," replied his Inex
perienced little wife, with tears in her
voice, "and I can't Imagine what is the
matter with it either. It Is the first time
I ever made coffee, dear, and I'm afraid 1
have done -miethlng wrong. The seeds
have bei n lioiliug quite half an hour, but
they just w on t get soft. What do you sup
pose is the mutter!"' Pittsburg Chronicle
A Mm-hi ne to Tat Arches.
A testing machine of wonderful power
baa recently been devised for the Massa
chusetts Institute of Technology. It Is ca
pable of exerting a pressure of 500,000
pounds. It can be applied to testing tho
strength of a complete arch of masonry,
and it is said that similar tests e n so large
a scale have never bcroro been appnea.
Waterproof materials are likely to be sn
nora-di-d bv a fabric of nleasing apienr
ance, tho surface of which has a dressing
of uowdored alosa Tho result Is to pro
duce a surface of a soft, silky and lumi
The average duration of the rrlgn of
English monarcht for the last 000 y
has been 81 years.
Gold Coin Ventiduct Base Burner
Fifth Street, Michigan.
Teeth extracted without pain at Dr.
Dr. Blankner's is the place to go for
f ilse teeth.
LOIM.K HI I ll-V
A recrular meeting of Klizabeth Lodge,
No. 15, I), of It., will be held 1 r.-
day evening, November 10. A large at -
t udance is requested to be present, as
there will be initiation and other import
a it business to transact.
Km ma TOBDf, Sec'y.
There will he a regular meeting of Calu
met LodKJ. No. 271, F. & A. M , at their
ball Thursdsy evening, November 1H, at
1:80 o clock. All members are requested
to attend. John Mkrton, W. M.
L. W. Killmah, S cretary.
There will be a regular meeting of Busy
Bee Tent No. 10, Juvenille Order of Hech-
abites hext Saturday afternoon, Novem
ber 20, when it is desired that all mem
bers be on hand as there is business of
especial importance to be transacted.
All members of Hone of Calumet Tent
Section No 1, Jr. Tenp'e of Honor and
Temperance are requested to be present
at their regular meeting lhursnay even
ing as there is installation of officers and
arrangements will be made for a social
and a degree meeting after the business
meeting. MILTON Hkaton, V. K
Has ope Men up a new store in Pinion's build
ing with a large stock of groceries, boots and
shoes, dry goods, etc. Prices very reasonable.
You can also get anything in tbeline of fruits
and canned roods
t.lHi: I, I IK RIK IIKiiAX,
MBS. . 0. . H0RT0N. . PROPBIETESS.
Katee-Wl Per lay.
Special rates for weekly sn.l monthly
boarders. First-class accommodat ions. The
bouse has recently been refurnished and
Placed in good condition. A share of your
The Lake Linden Bicycle forks.
For prompt and first-class work, write
or telephone orders. Delivered
and called for free.
Made to Order
Branch office. 326 N. Fifth street. Red Jacket.
Don't buy a piano until you examine
them. Also the
At Flohtel's Drug Store. Leave orders at
Flchtel's for tuning.
J. G. BATES.
F. A. Douglass,
Fire, Marine, Life,
Accident. Plate Glass, Steam
26 Leading Companies
Kncliah and American.
$100,000,000 OF CAPITAL.
James T. Healy,
Local Represent tire
The only Base Burner
with Ventiduct tubes
The cold air is taken from
the Moor, carried through ven
tiduct tubes and
comes out at the
top of the stove high i
ly heating the re
mote corners of the
room by hot air
circulation. E a c h
stoye can be mad
into a double heater
heating the room in
which it stands and
the room above. It
is by far the finest
piece of stoye archi
tecture yet produced
M smi fact u red by
Chicago Stove Work
FOR SALE BV
Zoberlein & Toutloff,
Steam And Hot Water Heating.
Anil (lenersl I'lumbinir. Job Work a
Specialty. Bail nates furnished.
rv shon and office in the Boro Block, Kei
Look Over Your Winter Garments:
And Bring Them To I's To Be
Cleaned Dyed. Repaired Or Altered
Ordropus a postal card and we will
call for them. Don't wait until cold
weather and freeze hy not bav
Workmanship .. Guaranteed:
To Prove Satisfactory.
Michigan Dye Works.,
Practical Dyers And Clotbes Cleaners.
312 FIFTH STREET, - ANDERSON Mix.
f'Vc maice a specialty of cleaning, dyeing
and repairing ladies' garments.
Hayden, Stone & Co.
Mi mbers of the Boston aud New York
Lake . Superior . Copper . Stocks
BouKbt and sold on commission for cash
or on margin through our Hough
All Orders Telegraphed At Onr Expense,
Telegraphic quotations, annual report,
daily records of sales anil latest information
on tile at our office. Telephone to
S. CARKEEK, Agent.
A FULL LINK OF
-JTBT RKl Eh Kl-
Garland Of Violets, White Rose
Lilac Sweets, Our Jack.
Pleasant Odors, . . .
. . . Perfect Perfumes.
Pretty Boxes For tho Holidays.
S. C. PAULL, DRUGGIST
Livery, reed and Male Miablea.
The best horses and rlas In the county at very
OiDn JDfiLV ctrici KTifirlit-K
Stables on Oak street, adJolnlnK the
He.! Jacket deoot.
MacDonald & Jacka.
LIVERY. FEED AMD SALE STABLES.
Headquarters for Keweenaw Stage Line
Rigs and prices to salt all. On telephone as
Pertlnna mm) SMftb m... Ketf Jaeket
Anderson & McLean
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE.
rSMBC NTRBSCT. SSRB JKHI'.T
Rlgn at all hours and for all -eu nun Fin
est tu mould in town. Haoks for parties
specialty and at right prices. Night and dap
calls attended to. Telephone oonnectiooa.