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rtage Late Hews.
erman Stark's Stock
are Sold at Auction
the Benellt of Creditors
urMnie Warm Illddlng the mock
tB4 Store Flxnre Were Hole
to r. Mtrolberc J
a ,1 In Vi a mrm l fl af
U Stark were Bold at public auction
Vrday morning in Tearce's building lor
I benefit of Stark's creditors by order
James Tamblyn. assignee. The sale
menced at 10 o'clock ana lor a time
re was some quite warm bidding be-
n the contending parties, ine stock
ether witn store nxiurm. eic, wan
knocked down to I Strolberg
Co. vbo run a general store on
ncv street, who bid it in at f 1,505.
Ion Fisher hid up as high as f 1,500
the stock, while Jacob Gartner
jjjbt it was only worth $1,350 to
Mr. Tambly, the aswgnee, had ap-
d the stock at 1,614.88, while
the former proprietor of the store,
imed there were goods to the value ot
rly 3,000 remaining in the store,
auction of the stock was conducted
'r. C. J. Keougb, who has acted in
S:apacity of auctioneer for the past
ty years on occasions of this kind.
MOCK Will OB reuiuvru iu iiir. oiiui-
a store where it will be dicposed of
bat it will bring.
At a regular meeting of Mystic Lodze.
No. 109, 1. 0.O. P., held on Monday even
ing, the following persons were nomi-
ated without opposition to fill offices
for the ensuing year:
V. O. John Brewer.
N. O.-Uobert Brooks.
Ueooralnu Secretary-William MoUann.
Financial " -Arthur Flnlay.
Treasurer reter liolman.
The aboye candidates will not be in
stalled until the first meeting night in
anuary, ere which time the officers will
have been appointed.
A decided improvement is being made
in the appearance of the Douglass House
bar and billiard room, for Mine Host
Cully ford has a gang of carpenters at
work putting down a hardwood floor.
Patrons of the place will hardly recog
nize it wnen the job is completed,
for it will do away with the "Eagle
River" appearance the room has had for
some time past.
Several carpenters and other outside
laborers were yesterday laid off at the
Quincy mine. This was found necessary
owing to there not being enough work
during the winter to keeD them going.
This is a usual custom and will undoubt
edly be followed by the other mining
companies as thing are putinship-sbape
about their properties for the winter sea
Mr. William Coach of Baraga, was in
Houghton yesterday on his way home
from Lake Linden, where he was called
on business connected with the closing
down of the Gregory saw and planing
mills. Mr. Coach reports the season's
cut. 2,000,000, as being yerysatifactory,
taking into consideration the numerous
set-backs they had to contend with.
zood lecture is a good educator, and
teopleof the Portage Lake towns
jhave the privilege of bearing two
ones next week Thursday and Sat
ly, December 9 and 11. Dr. J. P. D.
h will appear under the auspices of
Jl', M. C. A. and give his lectures on
Worth of a Man" and "Did Man
e God or Did Uod Make Man?" a
tolngeraoll. Dr. John is a force-
d eloquent speaker. You should
iss this opportunity to bear him.
scan be reserved at Nichol's drug
Tickets are being ' sold admiting
bth lectures for 75 cents, or 50 cents
"Afdeer season came to a close Tues-
.ana mere buu rrujniun iuui uojd
,he hunters to get their game out
e woods and the merchants to
ee of their venison, for after the 5th
(December it will be unlawful for
rson to have in their posession the
of a deer or any part of the same,
'""a heavy fine imposed by law. The
irs have all 'met' with fair success
eight more deer licenses were is
y the county clerk this year than
aeon, as 287 licenses were issued
M. A. A. N. club of the Quincy loca
keld a meeting at the home of Miss
North Tuesday evening. It was
vored to make arrangements to get
i ntertainmente, that proved so sue
& last winter, started for the com
JSaon, but the house being divided
atibiactnry plans could be deciaea
and the meeting adjourned without
bung ladies of the club accomplish
pything. It is boped by the young
men, wnom tne matter win euect
nother meetinsr will be called when
ped the ladies will be more of one
captain of the Areognaut, which is
hg at the Quincy dock, having
bd instructions from his employers
orning discharged part of his crew
J jft on the morning train for their
r Tat Green Bay. The captain has
1 Vd orders to put his boat in shape,
I Ik. - L 1 1 anVi n T-rrcwt tnr
nter, and she will . winter in For
ake waters, as by the time she
be ready to sail navigation will be
Hteamer Japan, the last boat of
chor line to como to Portage Lake
p this season, arrived in port yes
afternoon. . She was heavily laden
feight, and nfteY discharging that
Vied to country merchants, ciearea
th shortly after noou today. The
f jrVdund comparatively little trouble
tbce waters a sne cam
ih the channel in the ice kept open
tug Cnstle of Duluth.
PICTURES BY WIRE.
DUN LANY'S TELEGRAPHIC
VENTION IN CLEVbLAND.
What Many Have Attempted He Claims
t UUve Succeeded In Perfecting Print.
ed or Written Matter Can Alio Be Trans-
mltted Mrhauiu) Is jolte Simple.
a number of the Masonic frater-
m Calumet and Lake Linc'en fit
be chapter mottii g lnt evening
fTwrirds did ample justice to tne
lai tout by thu mine host (f the
stern. Generally, the tempera-
Mr. Samuel Kartell, of Mitchell's furni
ture store, who met with a painful accl-
dentby falling from a ladder a distance
of twelve feet, is still confined to the
house, nis ankle which received a sev
ere spran is in pretty bad shape, and it
will be some days before Mr. Bartell will
be able to attend to bis duties again.
Mr. Charles W. Meuge, of Thomaston,
has taken up his residence at Hancock.
Mr. Meuge, who is an old employee of the
D., S. S. & A. railroad, has been sent here
by the officials of that road and will he-e-
after fill the position of master mechanic
of the Mineral Range and H. & C. roads.
A co-partnership was yesterday entered
into by Messrs. Tony Webber and Peter
Brusbmaker, tbecigarmakers. The new
firm will to make a specialty of the man
ufacture of the "Harry Back" cigar, that
Mr. Webber has succeeded in making so
Mr. John Schabacb, keeper of the coun
ty poorhouse, reports some fifty odd
guests stopping at his winter resort this
season. The cold weather coming on
with such vigor causes the boys (?) to
take up their residence there earlier than
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler, of Germ
fask, Mich., who were up In this country
on their weddinac tour, Ht for their home
ratprdftv morninir. While on Portage
Lake they were the guests oIAlr. and
Mrs. James McGrath, of West Hancock
Don't fail to secure feats for "Side
Tracked" which will be presented at tne
Armory Opera House on Friday eyenicg
by one of the strongest companies on the
road, for it is probable standing room
will be at a premium that evening.
Mr. Charles Noetrel, clerk of the Wolyer
ine mine, was a Portage Lake visitor
yesterday on business connected with the
settlemfnt of the freight charges of tr e
steamerSiberia, unloading coal for his
company at the Quincy dock.
I'ha vnrlnim merchants of Portage
Lake are very busy these days unpack
iiir their holiday goods, most of them
having received unusually large consign
ments this season. A big holiday trade
is evidently expected.
Everybody contemplating a trip to the
gold fields of Alaska should not lan iu
attend the Klondike social to De Kiveu
by theY. P. S.C. E. of the CongreKa-
nional church of UancocK tonigui, uu
Mr Tinniel Crawford is in Chicago vis
Irinir his daughter. Mr. Crawford will
not return to Portage Lake until aftr
the holidays, for he will proceed to De
troit where he will spend some time with
Mi. v V 1'rvnr. the architect of
Houghton, left this morning for Bay
City where he will visit for a fhort time
Rad then proceed to Florence, Colorado,
where he will Hpcnd the winter.
.11. White, n pn n nlin;; KuhK
,i-igarniakir, .f .-t. Paul, Minn.,
,' on the PortJiU'' l'ike trails
n rrmlicn a Hp cinlty f r-;,T1I
l.f Minmsotn," which alwnys
f ith a ready sale.
hunter who arrived in Hancock
y reported having t-ecu a box
storia containing thec-rewsol
e deer. They were brought in on
H. S. & A. road from the vicinity
T!, la rn t!;H IlOf-C CUtfl of
II.w-k tiro department were yesterday
npliu-Ml by runners, n theru U novv
ono-.igh snow to allow tf tluir being used
in preference to wheels.
Messrs. John Duaenn nnd Pnul P.
Roehiii.ot Cubimcr.nnrt Ernst Bollin-np,
of Om.l.i, wore Aisiti.T t Hancock yes
tenl iy, reluming tome on tLoevtning
children unlerthe rcof5 years
hnvlua D cturo t ikenat llaefer's ntu
dio wi.l r. ccive a prepent. This offer re
mains good until Januaiy 1.
m I- Tf.nvTrtnno. of t'abnie t, is Pprn-J-
ith l'ortaue Lake
Tomorrow night Marks Bros, open a
thrc e night's eagagement at St. 1 atnek a
It is more than probable that upon Dr.
W. P. Dun Lamy, u bright young Inventor
of Cleveland, has fallen the good fortune
of having Invented and perfected tho first
really practleablo and Buccett-ful eybteni of
transmitting and reproducing pictures by
It has remained for Mr. Dun Lany to
accomplish In a very simple maner that in
which previous inventions have failed. A
trial was recently Riven tho Dun Lany ma
chine over a telegraphic circuit of 850
miles in length. Tho wires used in this
circuit wcro about equally divided between
copper and iron wire, 425 miles being cop
per and the remainder being Xo. 8 gaugo
iron wire. One hundred volts of current
wero attached to each end of tho lino.
Tho trial resulted most successfully.
Pictures wero transmitted nnd reproduced
through tho 8o0 miles of wire almost per
fectly. Every lino and expression of the
face was faithfully broucht out at tho re
ceiving end, and indeed no artist could
have srjirccly reproduced such an exact fac
simile of tho picture pluecd upon the re
volving cylinder at tho transmitting end
of the wlro us that traced out by tho rapid
ly moving stylus at tho receiving point.
It limy bo stated that in tho eyes of tho
electrical experts who have made a study
of the matter tho simplicity of tho appa
ratus is one of its strongest features. Then,
ton, tho machine can bo worked upon any
telegraph line where messages are trans
mitted under the ordinary Hysteni, requir
ing only tho ukuuI amount of battery. An
ordinary picture of a person, 6uch os is
genenilly used for newspaper cuts, can be
transmitted and reproduced over long or
short circuits in from live to seven miu
In previous attempts to accomplish tho
feat of telegraphing pictures it has gener
ally been found that tho mechanism could
not bo adapted to tho weather conditions.
It is quite evident, however, that in tho
Dun Lany machine weather conditions
will havo no more effect upon its success
ful operution than is experienced in trans
mittlnc messages with tho Morso code.
Not only can pictures bo reproduced
over long distance lines by tho machine,
but also printed or written matter can uo
transmitted and reproduced at a distant
point as accurately and as easily as in tho
case of pictures. Tho inventor believes
that under practically tho samo method as
employed in tho present machine au en
tlra matrix, or a full pogo or a newspaper,
when properly prepared, can bo placed
upon an enlarged cylinder at aisians
points in printed form as successfully as
uicturcs aro sent. Experienced operators
are not required in ino operation oi iu
mechanism, it being held that any person
of ordinary judgment can acquire the ncc
cssary knowledge for tho successful work
lna of the machines In a very 6noni umc.
Tho xncchnniBin for the transmitting
point consists simply of o cylinder, or
mllfir. oncrated D7 FyncnrumziuK nv.-
work. The arrangement very cioseiy re
6emblcs tho cylinder with aocompanying
tracer used in connection wltn the pnono-
graph. At tho back of the cylinder and
running parallel with it is a small rod
with n verv line screw thread. An arm
extends out over tho cylinder irom mis
rod and a tracer projects downward from
It just over the cylinder.
The synchronizing clockwork causes the
cylinder and the rod with the thread to
revolve. 'J ho picture, wnicn lseicuvu uu
n lno rlate. such as is used in newspaper
offices, is covered with a nonconductivo
paint, except tho lines oi the loco or oojcci,
to bo transmitted. Being llexiblo, tho
etching is wrapped around tho cylinder
and clamed on tho outer edges. Tho
tracer remains stationary, nut mo cyunuer
as it revolves grudually passes to tno icu,
. . 1 1 m it in
SO tnac mo tracer nn nj
picture. These lines being tho uncovcreu
zinc, nnd that metal being a conductor,
closes tho circuit, which runs through tho
cylinder, when tho tracer passes over
Mia In Diisslntr over tho portions
protected by tho nonconductivo paint tho
circuit remains open or urokcu.
At. ihn 'ivhiff end tho mechanism Is,
with ono or two exceptions, almost identi
cal with that at tho transmitting point.
T.,cn,i Imwnvor. of tho tracer at tho end
of tho arm is a regular stylus point used
for making manifold copies, m is cou
iiAri hv nn ordinary telegraph sounder,
wMMi n.Kts on tho end of the arm and
which in turn is operated by a regular
nincrrATdi rolnv cut in on tho main circuit.
Tho stylus projects downward from tho
sounder lever to the lace oi mo cjhuuu.
,vrnl sheets of paper, between which
aro carbon sheets, aro wrapped around tho
cylinder and pasted at tho edgo, so as to
vL - .mionth surface The cylinder,
when in operation, gradually moves to tho
left just as it docs at tho transmitting sta
tion. Tho sounder, of course, follows tho
tracer at tho sending point and records
each opening or closing of the circuit by
tracing on tho paper through tho carbon
line or mark appearing on
nricoriMl T)lcturo at tho transmitting
end. When the cylinder 1ms run to tho
end of tho thread, it Is lifted out of its
r,lncn nnd the "copy" cut irom u. x uun.
on niia of n Dicturo can bo taken slm
wltnncouslv by using carbon paper, or by
using nilmcographlo copying paper any
number desired may be secured. Iiy using
cr.li.llv vrenared paper at tho transmu
ting point incssugcs can bo reproduced in
In speaking of this invention Dr. Dun
I do not clr.im the idea of sending ric
nnin. -vanhio work by wire ii an
inventive prliiiiph'. Tt.o principle Itself
U very old, ns oth. ra bavi.ig earned oi
,'v mm rmunts in that diivrt ion. Du
1 .l. claim 1 huo udneed, si:i.pliieJ nnd
i.-.-;iUo nnd put ti.o ku ii.uuhi
j. i I lin.ao.i
LOU PAYH'S EENEVOLENOE,
C SOO IlaihcU or FoUtoei to
Chatham's Tour Money to Churches. '
Tho benevolence of Superintendent of
nsuranco JaiuIs F. Payn is much appre
ciated by tho jHHiplo of Chatham, X. V.,
where he has always lived Potatoes were
selling f.irt recently at 80 cents a bushel.
A few days ago a local dealer in this prod
uct accosted Superintendent Payn in the
village barber shop where ho was being
shaved and asked him to purchase some
of his potatoes. Mr. Payn replied that his
brother attended to such matters and re
lapsed into silence. Suddenly, however,
ho rose in hl9 chair and remarked:
I suppose there aro many poor people
in this placo who have no potatoes and
have no way to gec any. You may book
mo for 200 bushels How much is the
The astonished dealer finally found his
tongue and informed tho superintendent
that tho bill w ould be 1160. '
"Very well." said Mr. Payn. "Come
down to my residence and I will give you
The next day the dealer visited Mr.
Payn and received instructions to deliver
tho potatoes to the persons designated by
the committees appointed by each of the
local churches. His wishes were carried
out to the letter, and 40 of Chatham's poor
families received five bushels each of the
Tho various churches in tho village aro
also feeling grateful' to Mr. Payn. Xot
long ago tho colored pooplo began tho con
struction of a house of worship, and Air.
Payn was appealed to for financial aid.
Ho contributed $100, and promised to so
curo $200 more from other sources. In
view of his generosity tho colored people
have named their church "Payn's African
Methodist Episcopal Church of Chatham,
X. Y.," and all express themselves as bo-
ing proud of tho name.
Tho St. James society of this placo Is
also building a church and toward tho
erection of that structure Mr. Payn has
contributed $100 and about $50 worth
of sand to bo used in making tho mortar.
On tho property owned by tho Methodist
Episcopal church society was a debt of
$3,500, and on Sunday of this weeK a suc
cessful effort was made by Presiding Elder
Mickle and tho Itev. Dr. James M. King
of Xew York city to w ipo out tho debt.
Mr. Payn was appealed to in this instance,
and his namo is included iu tho list of con
tributors as having given $100. Xew
. ADIMTlOKAt CAMWIICI HIKWH.
House to rent on Willow avetue. Ap
ply to James James.
Neatly furnished f.ont room to let, ap
ply above Eagle drutr store.
We sell the celebrated Sherwin-William
paints. S. Olson.
Duluth' Candy company Largest
candy house in the northwest. See J. C.
Our lodge room an be rented
meetlr gs on Saturday evenings.
Big bargains in stockings, 17 cents
per pair, all wool. Gentlemen's white
handkerchiefs, one-half dozen 17 cents at
Small pill, safe pill, best phi. De Witt's
Little Early Risers cure billiousness, con
stipation, sick headache.
SODEBGREN & SODEIIUHEN.
Wanted Situation as stenograph! r
by young woman of experience in busi
ness office. Accurate and rapid. Will
furnish typewriter it desired. Address
The News, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
There is no need of little children being
tortnred by scald head, eczema and skin
eruptions. DeWitt's Witch Uazel Salve
gives instant rebel and cures perma
nently. SODEROKEX & SOPERGHEN.
We now handle a full line of underwear,
overshirts, etc.; our stock having just ar
rived is all Iresb and clean and our
prices well our reputation will tell you
this etoiy. The Savino Bank.
CHARLES B. GALE.
No. , Willow Ars., Calumet.
Tuesdays at Hermann's Studio, Red JucUet.
Wednesdays at LaiiKier's Btudlo, Hancock.
Thursdays at Lake Linden.
. UKK L1.MIK ITIlf 1I1UA.
MRS. . 0. . H0RT0N, . PE0PEIETESS.
Uates-ttl frr Day.
Special rates for weekly and monthly
boarders. First-class accommodations. The
boutMi has recently t en refurnished and
Placed In good condition. A share of your
Howland & Co.,
IBANKEUS AND UUOKKBH,
Interest allowed on deposits.
Orders executed for Cash or Mar pin in
Stocks, Honda, Grain and Provisions
listed on the Uoston. New York
and Chicaico Exchanges.
Suecial Attention Given to Conner Stocks.
3T"end for Circa ar and Teleruu Cv e
11. 11. Time Cards.
JJAXCOCK A CALUMET It. It.
Cbanjseof time In effect 8unday, 0"t. 3, 1W.
Disfigurement lor life by burns or
scalds may be avoided by using De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salye, the great
remedy for piles and for all kinds ot sores
and skin troubles.
SODEROREN & SOUERGRKN.
t t t
PM. PM. AM. LV. ARR. AM PM. PM.
4:4ft 12::K)8:00 ....Lake Linden.... 9:50 2:in'7:fl5
5:07 ri:-lti ....Dollar Hay U:2H 1:4X 7:'
6:25 1:10 8:40 Hancock.... J.W 1::J0,7:
PM. PM. AM. ARR. LV. AM.jPM.I PM
TURNING INTO CHALK.
Strange Case of Frank Hitter, a St. Louis
Frank Hitter, ono of tho oldest and best
known 6aloon keepers in St. Louis, is
turning to chalk, and science confosses
itself powerless to stop it.
Within llvo years eight chalky pieces
havo successively been cut off his left leg.
Now tho right foot and part of the right
leg aro affected. Both his hands aro so
affected that their usefulness is neariy
past. Dr. Elisha Gregory calls the disease
calcification. He pronouncos Bitter's caso
the most perfect typo of gout known.
Any day from 10 a. in. to 5 p. m. Bitter
may bo seen in a largo armchair near a
window. Ho makes no complaint. He
pays that ho is glad that ho can enjoy the
rarest of all privileges that of living and
having jovial friendships. "Many are
dead," he remarks, "while I am only half
Soma time Ago a friend told him of a
new discovery in Berlin, called popcrazine,
which will dissolve chalky substances In
the human body. It costs $5 an ounco.
Bitter is now trying it, though ho has lit
tle faith In it.
Fob Sale A lot of new furniture and
household goode. Everything of the
bent quality. You can buy it at a bar
gain as the owner is compelled to sell on
account of removing his family. Apply
to A. Frazin of the Fair, 213 Eighth
street, Red Jacket.
Daily, t Dady except Sunday.
IXKItAL. KAXGK IC It.
Taking effect Sunday, October 3, 1897.
A Xew Itrataurant.
I have opened a restaurant at 410
Sixth street, (opposite Wilmers' Hall)
and ask a share ot the public patronage.
The prices for a meal range from 15 cents
to f 1. Haye some furnished rooms in
connection with the restaurant.
Leave Arrive Arrive
Calumet. Hancock. Houghton.
No. 2.. H:2oam t:0oam 9:10 am
No. H.. tl0:45am SlliMutn 11:40 am
No. 4.. 2:U0pm 3:0ft ptn 3:15 pin
Ni .. t 6:i)0 pm 6:45 pra t6:B5pm
No. .10 15:13 pm 10:00 pm S 6:10 pm
Leave Leave Arrive
HouKliton. Hancock. Calumet.
No. 5.. t 8:50 am t 9 00 am 9:4ft am
No. 7.. I 9:20 am !::) am 110:15 am
No. 3.. 1:15 pm 1:25 pm 2:00 pm
No. 13:15 pm 14:00 pm 14:45 pm
No. 1.. t7:lopm t 7:10 pm t 7:60 Dm
,,r,fl i:il l;l.-,is.. I ill.l lit.
to any w.e uvUli U' vive, n r ir.y instru
ments will ir.-f U.u.i-V.h " 1-' 1 ,rc:
jcatcriiv.uoordni.Ux. lnlf.l, ;H !.at
L Ii row lib tho V.uso v.) bubct tun bo t.u:
bed la un ;u:i-u.i i i
OMAHA'S QUEER EPIDEMIC.
Strange Skin Disease That Mas Afflicted
Ten Thousand Persons.
All tho rjhvslcians in Omaha wero re
cently puzzled as to tho naturo of an cpl-
demio throuKhout tho city, xne uiscaso
develops in small eruptions, which cover
tho body. Tho eruptions aro highly in-
flnmrdand 11 nallv scale oil, 11K0 scurvy.
Tho disea.-o was first noticed a few weeks
ago, and tinco then has spread with great
rapidity. More than iu,uou persons
Kverv barber thop in tho city is provid
ed with a salvo which is designed to allay
the inilammation. Tho city health depart
ment has received numerous reiwrts,
which lndlcato that tho disease is preva
lent in tho publio schools. It is the general
opinion of physicians that the disease is
caused by 6omo germ tnai soiuch 011 mo
skin, and this is about all mat ineycnn
6ay about it. It is not regarded as serious.
BOWLED ELEVEN HOURS.
Then Da Went Home and Swung Indian
Clubs For Two Hours.
Lawyer Edwin J. Cram, cx-judgo of the
Blddcford, Mo., municipal court, and one
of the best athletes in western Maine, gave
his powers of endurance a peculiar test
recently. He bean at 11a. m. to bowl
In a Blddcford alley, using only the heav
iest balls, and he kept continuously at it
until 10 p. m., without eating or resting.
In tho 11 hours ho bowled 51 strings,
making a total of 10,603, an averago of
After leaving tho alleys ho went homo,
took a bath, ato a luncheon, swung Indian
clubs two hours, rending a digest at tho
samo time, and then 'went to bed. He
savs ho never enjoyed a better night's rest.
His next feat will bo to bowl 21 consecu
tive hours. Boston Herald.
Deepest Well In the World.
It is expected that tho new well tho
deepest in the world which will noon be
completed neiir l'ittsburg will reach two
miles into tho earth. It i to bo bored in
tho intciv f rcioneo and is already moro
than ono 1. .! ' deep. 13oth oil and gas were
gtrucU in. 1 . ins quantities a compniat ho
ly few 1. . 1 I low the nit face. This t;as is
now Iu i:.- unliid for opi-rating tl.o drill
ing engine!. 1 imc .--ui' liallock of CVUun
bla col'lvjo b-lio'.cs that a tei:i cfalui'o ul
' .!.....,.. 4 will lo ion lud and that an
I aniploun ly of inlural M:im will l'urnu-h
I !,. .).. n,. -i 1 nwi'i' availa'ulo to luaii
Chicago ii.'.cr (kvaii.
Hand sewed, are the best footwear for
bcyi-, especially at winter time. I have
in stock a fine assortment, and am selling
them at exceptionally low prices, front
f 1,50 upwards. I also accept and do
very carefully and cheaply all kinds of
shoe repairing. Shop at Front street,
close to Jacob Gartner's store.
Daily, t Dally ex. 811 nday. I Sunday only.
W. FITCH. General Manager.
J. U. SHIELDS, Buperinionaeni.
D., S. S. (UfMjjt(6
We are now ready for business in our
new store room 420 5th street where we
have a large line of all kinds of second
hand heating stoves and stove repairs.
We will buy sell and exchange all kinds of
household goods and do all kinds of
afnta rpnnirintr on short notice. Mail
orders promptly attended to.
American Stove Repair Works,
Bed Jacket, Mich,
If nrklen'e Arnica Halve.
Ibe beet salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Scores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chd
biains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and posiiyely cures Tiles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price
OS rent a npr hox. For sale by D. T.
In effect October 3, 1697.
TBAINS LEAVE HOOOHTOH
For Detroit, the east, Bessemer and
points on tne uokcuic rauge uuj ,..
xc;eut undav 'J?0
For Chicago and Marooette J:i5 P. .
TKAIN8 ARRIVE HOUOUTfH
From Marquette ard Chicago dally
from Hessemer anupoims uuvu
(Jogcblo range daily except Sua-
rinv ! ra
From Detroit and the east t7i0j p, m
Dally, tuauy except buuqsj.
For tickets, time tables and other inforaa
lion apply to J. a. itukij. xickbj
m 0t rami Ilallroadv
LAKE SUPERIOR DIY1S10K
The opera lis uae Orchestra
Will Irom this date beuuder the leader
ship and management tf Mr. William
Morgan, Jr., and will be composed of the
following gentlemen: Arthur Solomon,
first violin; Will Mathews, second violin;
August Torreano, clarinet; Will Morgan,
cornet; Ed Martin, Trombone; John
Mathews, string bast-; Richard Morgan,
drum. For engagements for balln, con
certs, etc., apply to William Morgan, Jr.
Concert music a specialty.
J. C. Betry, one of the best known do
zens of Spencer, Mo., tentifies that he
cured hiniwlfof the worst kind of piles by
UHiDir a few boxts ot DeWitt's Witch
llnr-el Snlvo. He had been troubled with
pihfor over tl irty years and had used
mnnvdlfft rent kinds of so-called cure;
but DoWitt'a was the only one that did
the work, and ho will verify this i-tnte
nunt if n.V c f wj-l;e to wrae him.
oUKKCiM N A: rot'.K(.i:i:N.
way.' , , , .
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Hint v. il bin nil it. tii..o1..e j r- s ';i
tio.is and ikv.s b.-naus viil ' e cue. bled to
trammltviih tbiir nev. ia;:tur i;i. (i:h
cf t!,oiTominenttl'ar..ftei'iiniiH-d In the
Various news luiv.f. a:id i ec.u.wly
Kuino that tro loi:g ii " l' J:41
wry to placo a i wuiko upon a yln car
and transit and u I hhUko autuinatJ. ally
by wlro entire iu lunms or pages tl pr ntil
matter with acemoi : ::u ing cuts t r illus
trations r.teuraWly, quickly ar-d ehcaply.
r.I(Mi!v j Cniifcht tho l'liisue.
Tbo bu!).n',o 1 !:.'.:: is raving in the dis
tricts of i'oer.a. r-bolapur and Mirat, India.
It b.isal o appeared ut Kntrl, near Kara
chi, in !;ir.u'. and at .buul-Kawal, la .lu
lu ml nn tlbuiet Near llaniwnr a en'.. ny
of monkex s has been attacked by the dis
order. Tho local authorities arc trapping
and isolating the diseased animals.
MFouln and Out!
Tho stout gobbler who setms to bo kin?
of tho foul tribe will bo offered up on tho
tablo of ThankFglvlng pome of these days
not a great while off. Uockmart Stato.
Stru'K iu..(iii on lu Mtra.
Au organization hvz meded' in thiR
cm tion in row nn fa tnality. nnd i s a re
M't, llrnt flfiPf ir.ini., nn broi ly ca
I ahl.' performer, ran r-ow 1,0 oht iinrd
fur rotiCttfM. tbnrth n nice, rnHHe'.ftr.,
( will for music f a lighter rh a rac
ier, snd for the. ball rooui wi'l bo fumi 1
oumrpniwi-d. Mr. Srott, p irsonally, w ill
alno receive a limited number tf pupilsc n
nedntid brans liistruuifntH, and on th'it
.n,.a. .Mi,'it4 (,t alt instrnrrients, the
bumnn voice. Add re
FmcPKhK K SeoTT,
Jewiil Housi Calumet.
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SOLID TBAlfii-, ;
Aii crurcnacfins on the ;nrx
u u v
Com-nrlrulA t.U -nlio iik
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