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rCBLISHCU BT IProd Maokonzlo, Editor and Proprietor. C-OffloalntbeNsws block, north end street. Red Jacket, Michigan. Of iTKUVII Or SL'IISCHIFTIONI BT HAIL OB CA&B1KB. & tie year dnadvanoe) - W oo 1 months J tTer saonth VmilU) AT THI POST OfnCl AT CALtTMIT HICH1QAJI AS SOORD-CLA8S MATTKR. t3T"Ootnmunlcations and letters of business snnected wlta tne payer snouia do uareoou . 3Th Oonper Country Evening News, Calamsl. Michigan. Leland, Towle & Co., Bunkers and Brokers, Members of the Hcstta and Hew Tort Eichanies. Copper Stocks a Specialty. W. F. Fitzgerald. ICsmijss Street Boston. Mass, Howland & Co.. -ANH.EI18 Alt D BUOKKB8, Ames Building, 308TON MASS Interest allowed on deposits . teSjders executed for Cash or Margin lo Stocks. Bonds, Grain and Provisions listed on the Boston. New York and Chicago Exchanges. rectal Attention GiTen to Comer Stocb. Send for Olrcuar and Telegra'vu Oof e Alining Property For Sale. svll the property, real andjperso 1, of tht. ac La Belle HininE Company, Hltaated la Keweenaw Co. Mich. 4Gnbraoing 8,066 acres on the mineral ranee, SJ rw acres In fee-1,988 acres surface only mak &CXO,T&4 acres south of mineral range with the feardweod still standing, together with seven aalJea of railroad to stamp mill at Lao la.Belle; 'wlta outlet thence to Lake Superior. Plant at e mine and Lake all In good order and ready 'tar operation. Enquire for further partio Btar a from W. K. VIVIAN, Bupt. Delaware Mine P. O. Keweenaw Oo. Mich. EVILS OF BARGAIN SALES. "Slargaln Hunting Demoralize Pu me. Con science and Trade. Strango Inconsistencies and perversions saro revtuilod In the femlnino character -when ti woman becomes uuMlctcd to b;ir ,eain hunting, according td Carrie E. Gar--xett, In an article on "Tho Bargain Ma mla," In Tho Woman's Homo Companion. "Sometimes the proud possessor of a t bargain will make the most extraordinary Cind expensive efforts to save it from such x&livion, as In the case of tho lady who "bought some bargain buttons. She waited reasonable length of time, thinking they would 'come in,' and, a they never came ' In, she purchased a dress to match them. Such buroio action Id not at ail uncommon nmong bargain hunters. This was tho -saruo lady who purchased n bargain emok ilng sut and, having no earthly use for It, ' icfinn tho pernicious habit of smoking cig iaratt after dinner. "iTtt is odd how such a woman will gloat over a bargain and on the strength of tho ixiUiant transaction Immediately commit ome extravagance to offset It. 'Well, as 'this was so cheap, I can afford to buy that.' Then will sho patiently go to many htorva and obtuin regular prices In order rio establish tho character of tho bargain as 'soch. But what Is her anguish of mind ."If abo discovers that she might have bought r the same Articlo a little cheaper at some ' other placo 1 A woman constantly pos it scared of the bargain idea Is likely to carry -It Into all hr dealings with mankind f -anclal as well at commercial. Aside from tbeiaconoinlo standpoint, the ppirit of ever ? iiJdni to got more than ono pays for Is, - to any the least, not mentioned In tho cata logue of Christian virtuos. She is likely ,te be penny wise and pound foolish, ex Jtravagant of time and money, and, oh, 'worse than all these, badly drc6sodt Choos ing: one's clothes fortuitously at bargain : Bales Is apt to result In an Incongruous as- nortment of merchandise difficult to knit i together In ono harmonious whole." n Itvr 1 TTT TJTnTTTTTTa TOT k XtT lays n Discovered It Xa the Tactile. Wants to Lead a Colony There. 'Captain Kichelle, an old mariner of the outb seas now engaged in blasting opera -tlons In Honolulu harbor, Is trying to get Op a colonization bchemu on a myf-tcrious (juarjo island In the mid -Pacific. 1,200 miles from Honolulu. This Island which lie discovered Is 400 miles beyond tho guano Island of Layson. It Is about four miles long and thruo mile Wide and is Inhabited by two men and ten women. Muth of tho Island Is heavily ' tlmtmreri. Cuptalu Rlr helle found gur.no deposit Which be tl'!:iks are comincrrnuiy vain . ahlfl. At the tiino he discovered the island bo was on u cruiso with ono companion In a. sloop. "J" hey took formal possession f ii on. i rl.il in titlu to it now. Captain .Zllohello wants to organize a colony of vwrol families to make nomcs on me is-lao-1. He proiwmes to securo a sailing ves .i oii ftt mixta to ensnue In agrlcul ih fuKintf andffuano Industries. Itlchclle dreams of a co-oporatlve colony, of which be will bo leader. hra to Look For Them. Inst docs recently W1U ' unav probably una mem vj awuua the) trail that leads over Chllkoot pass. Los Angsles Times. ST0IIY0F AN EDITOR. W. C BRAN MADE ENGLISH "CRACK LIKE A WHIP." Detail Ills Nswtpapor Career In St. Louis Uuder Joseph U. BIcCullagh Mada lilt With a Story of "Egypt's AppU Crop" Kentarkable Hotel Interviewer. W. a Ilraun, the flflhtiug editor, who was killed at Waco, Tex., in a duel the other day, practically started bis newspaper career in St Louis, on The Globe-Democrat, under Joseph D. McCullagb. That was six years ago, aud those who knew ttrann then knew a man who was as mild and gentle as could te. His friends littlo dreamed that he would become thaeditbr of such a fiery publication a9 The Iconoclast. In fact, Brann made his first hit on The Globe-Democrat with a big Sunday arti cle on the apple crop of southern Illi nois. Brann had been on the paper a few week9," said a western newspaper man yesterday, in discussing this eccentrio character, 'and hadn't succeeded in turning in much copy. One day McCul lagb suggested that Brann take an art ist, go over into Egypt as lower Illi nois is called and 'write up' the apple industry, which is a source of great rev enue to that part of the state. Brann started out. and the rest of ns were more or less curious to see how he wonld come out. His article appeared the next Sunday, and it is needless to say that it was a first rate surprise. Brann had made a rhetorical flower garden out of the page that had been assigned to him. A five column article on the apple industry would have been, in the hands of the average reporter, pretty dry reading, but nnder the pen of Brann apples seemed almost to grow from the type. As tofVicta, there was nothing much to the article, and some of the members of the staff bad doubts if the 'new man,' as Brann was then called, had gone any farther into Egypt than East St Louii. The strength of the story was its phrases. It read like a classic almost, and some of the boys un dertook to speak to Brann and compli ment him upon this feature of it "'Pshaw, that's nothing.' was the reply. 'I can do anything that I please with the English language. I can make it wave a9 prettily as a field of ripe wheat or I can seize it by its handle and make it snap like a bull whip in the hands of a cow puncher. "So it will be seen that he was not without his share of egotism. We learn ed that he had been a sort of traveling preacher and lecturer and that his home had been in Dallas ' or Waco be fore he appeared in St. Lonis. Soon after the episode Brann went up to Chicago to the national Democratic con vention as one of quite a large staff nn der Walter B. Stevens. I have heard that Braun's especial assignment on the Chicago trip was to pay no attention to the big political gathering, bnt to ex pose Chicago with a sharp pen. And Brann did so, to the great delight of all St. Louis. " When Brann returned to St. Lonis, he was placed in charge of the column called 'Hotel Corridors.' This column had been one of McCullagh's hobbies, and the rest of us toad taken turns in 1 extracting interviews from tourists and traveling men until we were black in the face. But under the hand of Brann the hotel column flourished like a green bay tree. The wildest and most improb able stories in the choicest English, dis sertations on religion and on literature, essays on ethics and culture in fact, everything. It was useless to pretend that the interviews were true. The average run of hotel guests did not talk MS The Globe-Democrat's column made them talk, and every one knew it. But the work pleased McCullagb, and a lit tle later, when Bratyi resigned and re turned to Texas to start a newspaper, the editor made a contract with' him to send a bunch of hotel interviews daily by mail. "In starting a daily newspaper in Texas Brann had ' a partner, and the struggle was hard for them. Their daily attracted attention, bnt Brann was crowded out finally by the stockholders. Then he started his Iconoclast at Dallas and proceeded to break the popular idols of that community. Among other things he assailed Baylor institute. His arti cles against this college resulted in sev eral duels, in each of which two per sons were killed, and in the last one, the other night, Brann and his adver sary, T. E. Davis, each met death. "In appearance Brann was tall, slen der and of dark complexion. His hair was inky black and as straight as that of an Indian. His eyes were widely set and were mean. He always wore a slouch bat and a long Princo Albert coat, and I've beard him wish a hun dred times that be could get out of the newspaper business. Well, bo's out of it now, poor fellow, after a bard fight " Washington Post China's Armorclad Soldiery. The board of works, according to Peking dispatch, has lately been turn ing out hundreds of steel shields for a Peking field force. These shields are about the ordinary size of the native war shield and not much heavier. They are claimed to be bullet proof and with in each shield is concealed a sword bay onet, which can be made to protrude in front of the shield by simply touching a tpringk Armed with these shields a body of solJiers, it is alleged, could "charge" with impunity an opposing enemy and put the latter to the sword without any harm to tho former This shield is said to be tbo invention of an officer of the imperiul guards, who has declared that "the new weapon will be more efficacious in the fiell tuun tho usual bayonet charge." North China Herald. Dad Company. Spain is the birthplace and abiding . v , - - houM bs put out of decent oorupauy. piace or tne cigarette, and heuco it m" NEW MESSENGER KITE. . Mr. Eddy's Experiments For Carrying; Sig nal Light and Dynantlta Afloat. William A. Eddy, Dr. W. II. Mitch ell, H. A. Allen, Commodore Vertuilye and W. W. Hotchkiss experimented at Uayonuo, N. J., tho other night, with Mr. Eddy's new messeuger kite for car rying both lights and dynamite up the kite string, the lights , to be used for signaling and tho dynamite to bo drop ped from aloft. The bite line was sup ported in midair by three tandem kites without a light. Tho kites were sent up at fi o'clock and were still flying at 7 o'clock. The messenger kite, which made five ascensions, is a central tube, which flares open at both ends, like the en trance to a speaking tube, enabling the gliding kite to pass over all knots. In using it usually it would be necessary to send the kites aloft over the enemy's encampment or men-of-war at night without lights. When kites are aloft at night, it is often Impossible to deter mine the exact direction of the upper part of the line, which may drift into different air currents, but by means of this messenger kite, with ita signal lan terns, lights can be sent up the line with astonishing speed. Mr Eddy's plan to use the apparatus for war purposes on land or sea would be to first send up a strong line of tan dem kites In the darkness, and when a mile or more of line is out to sail up the line a messenger signal kite, with its lantern, and to follow this up with a dynamite dropping kite as soon as the stopping piece piece aloft against which the signal kite lodges, is in ths calculated position. Heavy weights can be carried up the line by the wind, this being only a question of the extent of the messenger kite surface. The kite used was seven feet in diameter, but it carried up several .pounds, counting its own weight, and one lantern. Boston Herald. , CARNIVAL OF SPORTS. Wafers Will Try For tho Record la tho 300 Tarda Dash oo Memorial Day. The special attractions of the New Jersey Athletio club carnival on Memo rial day will be of unusual interest this year. President James E. Sullivan has placed the arrangement of the associa tion football match in the bands of Jim Fitzpatrick of the Association Football B. J. WEFEB8. league and this fact alone is enough to insure a rare treat for devotees of the game. Manager Judson Worrell of the Staten Island Lacrosse club, and Man ager Tuttle of the Montclair club will muster their very be6t lacrosse players for a championship game on the New Jersey oval. To those who are in terested in track athletics the appear ance of B. J. Wef ers in a special scratch race, is a treat in itself. Wefers has in timated to Mr. Sullivan that there are several world's records for distances on the shorter side of 800 yards that be is confident he can break, and with this end in view the Georgetown flier will be given full scope to exhibit his prow ess. It has not yet been decided which of the long sprint records Wefers will as sail, but the chances are it will be the 800. At present be holds the world's amateur record of 30 8-5 seconds for the distance, but be has long been ambi tious to beat the long standing reoord of 80 seconds, made by Harry Hutchena, the famous English professional sprint er. Philadelphia Press. HAWAII'S GREAT VOLCANO. Farther Details of the Renewed Activity of Manna Loa. Passengers who arrived on the steam er Alameda at San Francisco recently report great excitement in Hawaii over the threatened eruption of the, volcano of Mauna Loa, which has not been ac tive for 14 years. A few weeks ago the lava in the great crater of Mauna Loa, from observations taken at the signal station on the mountain, dropped 1,600 feet and shortly after smoke was seen Issuing from the mouth of the crater, sometimes in great volume and then again in short puffs. The natives were terribly excited and prophesied when the Alameda left about a week ago that In 13 days there would be a great erup tion. For two weeks previous to the sink ing of the lava in the crater there bad been constant earthquakes, and it is also said there bad never been so much and such continuous rain in the islands. The shocks were not severe, but one that occurred just before the steamer left was declared to bo the roost violent ever experienced there. There is no fear that the lava flow will extend to Hilo, but the natives are anxious, as they cannot tell at what placo on the side of the mountaiu the lava will break out Hew York Sun. A Cora For tho Floods. Arbor day is the antidote to the flood disasters in tho Ohio and Mississippi valleys. It will take many decades to make good the havoo of the woodman's i ax, but persevere, and eventually the equilibrium of nature may be restored . and the devastations of the flood with ! heid. Kansas City Star. The Traveler' Life and Aerldent In saraace Ca or Hartford, Vena. J. W; Thompson & Boa, State Agents, 810 Chamber of Commerce, . Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich., April 1, 1893. To whom it way concern: We desire to announce to the many friends and old patrons of the "Old Heliable Travelers," that commencing with this date Mr, William II. Faucett, will represent the Traveler's Life & Accident Insurance company as district agent throughout this locality and we bave no doubt that whatever business you may have .with the company will be leoed after to the utmost satisfaction of all concerned ' and will be mutually appreciated. Wr thank you for your past patronage and appreciate your future good will which we know we shall have. To those who are to increase either their life insurance or. the amount of acci dent Insurance on their lives or those who are not so fortunate as to be policy holders with the Travelers, we should recommend to your careful consideration the unrivaled features combined in this company's contracts, and should be pleased to bave Mr. Faucett add your name to his large list of policy holders. Yours very truly, J. W. TuoMrsoN & Co., State Agents. The largest company in the world. Assets: f 22,868,091.10. ourplus to pol icy holders: 13,722,635.12. Has Issued over 95,000 life and 2,500,000 accident policies. To tbe Pablle. The undersigned wishes to state that it will not cost any more to have your piano or organ toned and overhauled by a first class man who understands the besinesa thoroughly than it does to haye it done by an inexperienced person whom the people know nothing about, '.The undersigned has established a reputation throughout the county for his skillful work In renovating, tuning and repairing all kinds of instruments, pipe organs, yocallon organs Included, and when de sired can furnish first class references in regard to his ability. Orders can be left at Sodergren's drug store and at Draper's Musical Depot, Sixth street. . G. A. Ridinbki. ' For Sale at a Bargain. I will sell my entire outfit of bar, back bar, fixtures, liquors, cigars, bottles, glasses, chairs, tables, placo, two pool tables, to the firs comer at a bargain, as I am about removing to my own lot. My place is a good stand, being in the center of Red Jacket and would be'agood chance for one or two young men. In quire at 821 Fifth street. Red Jacket. T. J, Remfby. Begin to build early in tbe spring. Money to loan to build your own home. Cost is now only $ 1.17 for each, hundred per month. You can borrow f GOO at a monthly cost for interest of $4, dues on stock which will pay loan, f 3. a total of $7. This loan can be repaid at any time in whole or in part, or it will pay itself off in about ten and a half years. The Northern Michigan Building and Loan Association. Tbe ladies' of Willing Workers Tent No. 20, 1. O. R., will give a concert and social on Saturday evening, April 16, in the Bloy building. Supper will be eeryed before and after tbe concert. The public is cordially invited to attend. Come and haye a good time. Come and get one of our beautiful Easter panels given with everv purchase of one pound of our Tea, Coffee, or Bak. ing Powder, besides usual number of tickets. Saturday and Monday, April 1 6 and 18. Grand Unio Tea Co. The farmer, the mechanic and tbe bicy cle rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises. De Witt's Witch Hasel Halve is the best thing to keep on hand. It heals quickly, and is a well known cures for piles. SODEBQRRN & So&ERQBEN. Clothes cleaning, dyeing, repairing altering and pressing promptly and neatly done. All work guaranteed to prove satisfactory. MicHiouf Dyk Works. Oyer 312 Fifth Street. Now is tbe time to hav the babies' and children's photos taken. Call at the studio of Steckbsuer & Borough and have your work done. Positively first class. We are here to make your photos and make ' them riant. The qualities can be noticed at sight; Matarials the best, workmanship the same. If the photo don't suit who Is to blama Not Steckbauer & Borough. To Rent Two rooms over the restau rant next to the poetofBce. Apply to Mr. Frank J. Goodsole, orJ. L. Hocking, Hancock. ilott's Nerverine Pills The great remedy for nervous pros trition and all nervous W . diseases of the ik.OKlL AMD A ILK LMIMJ. . t .!.f.. "P. Nervous Prostration, Failing or lost Manhood, Impotencv, NighUy Emis ions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, ex jsive use of Tobacco or Opium, which fcad to Consumption and Insanity. $1.00 ftf-2VV,..mjLil 6 boxes for S5.00. tOTTS CHEfclCAL CO.. froi't. Clereland, Ohio. For sale by D, T. Macdonald, druggist, Bed Jacket. DANHfe BTATB BANK NO. 95. SUPERIOR SAYINGS RAM. HANCOCK, in 1 CI I. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - $70,000 Commercial and Saving Accounts Received 3 PER 0ENT INTEREST Paid On Savings Deposits. Compounded seml-annn 4 PER CENT INTEREST Paid On Certificates of deposit payable one year alter da J DIRECTORS JOHNSON VIVIAN, E. L. J ALU 11 UALU, -OFFICERS- C. A. WRIU11T. Pmi't and Manager. M,C.G ETC HELL,, Cashier Superior Savings Bank. Visitors always welcome at the ctudio of Steckbauer & Borongb. Livery, Feel anil Sale statin. JO. TUTDELL, Prop'r. Keeps the fin ,.-ut of horses and rigs In the town, and woulooall especial attention to his large sleigh holding 20 persons Just the thing for sleighing parties. On TeJephont) Exchange. Portland street opposite Salvation Army Uarraoas. The Lake Linden Pharmacy Our store is replete with everything requisite to a first class drugstore, new and fresh. Prescriptions will receive especial at tention and be accurately compounded afmoderate prices Open all night. S. C. Paull, ....PROPRIETOR... Prospectus or thm - "Klondyke Bulletin," The interest which prevails among all claftsea, and demand for Un-to-Date Information about the Klon dyke oountrr and that great Unex plored Urltlsh North America Is enormous. Any Information pub lished today becomes obsolete in a week ; ro ites shown now will prob ably be neglected by the rush In the Spring. On this account commenc ing December 6th, 18W7, tbe : i Soo Line.... Issues this publication eyery week, containing all new details, routes, additional service, steam ship sailings, and every feasible scheme as same develops. :. I t Telegraphio Dispatches from Coast' and all our Northern Terminals. In' Correspondence Column will be answered every Inquiry received during the week. List of principal Outfitting Firms at different points will be given We have special facilities for obtaining thUlnforma tlon and propose to make the Klondyke Bulletin" Invaluable to every person con templating the trip themselves, or - having friends who are doing so. . To be plaoed on mailing list send six cents (60.) in stamps to : 5 : W.R. Callaway G. P. A. Minneapolis, Minn. ' TXXia tPACB in MBIBBTBD BTTDB Calumet and Heela Mining Company. ITS C5XJT LOTUS Wo wish to sail their housss. or bay houses! who wish to rant rooms and thosa who hart rooms to rant are invito to aavartlsa hers without anv sooaso For Sale A house and two lots located on Osceola street, Laurlum. Apply at house No. 840 Osceola Bt., Laurlum. 4041 Aoorn street. Yellow Jacket. Wantea To purchase a house of six rooms 9n.??.SllnT.,n- APPlJ to Andrew Archi bald, tl7 Eighth street. Wanted One boarder, must be an em- Sloyee of the Calumet and llecla. Apply to rs, Bast 284 North Kookland stroet. For Wale Mouse No. 835 and lot on Osce ola atreet. Linriiim. imnar. t.inn.. . Lorenzo Pelegrena and applicants should see m. . luuiuici ui nu txu mu street itea jacket. Want4 f Rent A house of four or Ave rooms. Apply to Constantino Mlsch, Osoeala street, Laurlum. for Hale A seven-room house, Nc,2401 corner li street, county road ltaymbaultown. Apply to Joseph Lovreneblch. .Wanted Three steady boarders, company employes preferable. Aiply to Mrs. P. Tay lor, 1760 Hound ry street, 1 fecla. Wanted To rent by a Cain mot and Hecla employee, a dye room bouse with barn on the premises. Enoulre at this office. . Wanted to II en t A house of Jour rooms. Apply to Peter Kelly Laurlum. Wanted Four boarders, company em ployes. Apply to Mrs. bowling, 1704 Boundary street llecla. Wanted to Kent Bv a company em Dlovee. a houait In Ynllnw nin n UoA t.l.. of five rooms or more. Apply to 413 Blxth For Hale House No. lsil, Hecla street, sii-room house. Apply to Joseph Blnlakar on premises. For Hale. No. 687 Cedar street Blue Jacket. Apply 4 the premises to Mike Gasperlch. For Malik A atvnstmAt on the premises No. 714 oast Pine street. . T, nant four or flvs rooms. Apply at the Nbws offlos town road. No. toiS, Swede town. Apply to John B. Wertlnorattho oompanv! oLioa. S7r Bsuo-conso no. mo Tunnsl nreat wadstown, ptj oath promises. STATE BANK NO. 201. STATE . SAVINGS . BANK. liAEBllM, - - MICH. . UAriTAU fcRnr,)- s WRIGHT. M. C. GETCDEr ! v C. A. WRIGUT, "MJ- JACOB BAEU, Vice I'reHident M. L. EFFING ER, aent Cashier State Savings Bank, Merchants' & Miners Bank. CALUMET, nish. CAPITAL , $100,00 A Surplus and njxdirided profits, 60,000 T1LBRB PES CBMT FEB ANNUM PAID ON INTEUEHT DEPOSIT) omoiaii CHARLES BRIOOI Pi ksicij I P. BDPPE,JB..M Vica-PaniDui H.8.00LTOIf..M M m..m0aibhi First National Bank OAII7SIBT( ITJen. Capital, 8 orpins, 100,001 50,OS inree srer vsai rur annum aia st f BavinsTS iepoiuu uepesitaor n nasi Upwards BoeelTed. omen i BDWABD BY AN Pbsmdu JOHN B. DY140CK ViCB-PussiDiiy' WILLIAM B. ANDEBBON M....CASBID J First National Bank, UANOOCCL. . - Xllen. Mm $200 Br SurplEs ani unUriilei profits 63,001 Three Par (lent Per Annans Allawsl on Interest Deposits. OmOBBSI WILLIAM HAxtBT PaillDm PETER BUPPB MM...M vics-PaBsnin WILLIAM CONDON Casbiii CHARLES B. GALE, No. 41, Willow Ave.. Calumet. ...VOCAL CULTURE.., 1 Wednesdays at Langler's Studio, Hancock, Thursdays at Lake Linden. IT .MATTERS NOT WHAT WE SAY ,V It'i What Onr Cnstomcrs SaTr Thousands of people In the copper country will gladly tei tlfy to ourtsklllas an expert opticians. 3?. Soliollor K-of. E The oldest established optician In the coppMK country. With Joseph nermann, uaiumei every Wednesday. Jr W F, WILLIAMS, Piano And Organ Tnncr And Itepalrer. Also V TONE REGULATOR. Has had long factory experience in re pairing and tuning and is able to do first-class work. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Orders left at Boderirren's drug stors or with Harry King will be prompt ly attended to. Orer Star Clothing Store. I orrioa hodei-s toUi.a.i 1 to and Taos svanlsrs Telephone oonneotioni. 1 Arvonen &Tenhunen The Only Gold And Silversmithpi In the Upper Fonlnsula. Workshop and store No. 473 Pine street, We are prepared to execute All Kinds Of WorKl In gold and silver to order i stones, I r . gems, eto., set and mounted to I u perfection. CT"AU kinds of reprtrtng done with b nessand dlspatoh, Kngraylnf a IP"' ftumuy oau ana give us a uuu.