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3r counts n 'V'"uw" 10 cPPf w yr.Dangiaff, ornamental and house painting nAUj and prompt! executed. I solicit a .hare of tho public 6 h (Reporter Violts Mr. Ed Lieblein s New Bus iness House, Haildlne to Be Finished Hay 1 crhen Completed IC Tf 111 lie the Largeat Enterprise of Its Kind In the Copper Country. In our rounds about town yesterday 1 I wa strolled out iu air. ju iieuiein a new iiweBiruucu cw we strolled out to Mr. Ed Lieblein's new r ."L..:Minrf nnn vera HiiniHwunr. iin i hailding and were somewhat sur rpr ed at the e.eanro of it. interior. The i iprweuai, L A " bonding w iocaieu ou xinucuc reeC, a f rtwoandone-half stories high. 60s' " . : i e in iui mill in uu-iu cum ci t ui unan n it vv.., I AAMlAAnA with a t.kl. 1 roof and from tne outside presents a most pleasing appearance and Is on oouuieuij .u luo u,M- per country; on me oeauiy oi me Duua. log is its interior, which must be seen to he appreciated. iu irooi pan oi tne building is siruated the general sales Aroom. which is 30x32 feet and fitted with fTneat sneiving ana is wen nantea by large plate glass vinaowB. 10 ine eaetoi tnis room is the general office which is quite commodious, being 22x23 feet, which is finished throughout in oak and lighted from the north and east by large glass windows, and for convenience has not its tJeaual in these parts. Off from this gen eral office to the south is located the vault, in which the books, etc.. will be kept, and Mr. Lieblein's private office. which is fitted up with a telephone and connected by speaking tubes with all nnria nf the hnildinc The hflflt nnrt. n hthe first floor will be occupied as a ship ping and packing room, wnicn is amply large, being 50 feet square. In one end of this room will be fitted np a neat lit tie office for the use of the shipping clerk. In the south end are two sets of folding doors which open on the side track of the railroad, from which goods can easily be loaded or unloaded from the cars, In the center of the packing room is located a washroom which is fitted up with eta tionary bowl, etc. Here also are the stairways to the basement, which runs tho entire lensth of the buildine. and a iJkinding oak stairway to the econd I iHtnrv- I hA Rppnnd amrv la nil in nne large room which will be used as a store room for the lighter case goods, con fee tlonery, etc. On the east side of this room is a stairway running up to the half-story, which could be easily utilized i-vior storage purposes, should the business Thereafter require it. A hydraulic elevator will be put in the Houth end of the bilding to convey goods from one story (to another. The building throughout is fitted up with hardwood floors and steel ceiling of an exception Mllv nrpfr.v npattrn nnn pnmr rnn con. r-'Wa, baseboards, etc., are of oak. and in fact everythingabout the building is the best that money'can buy. The building has concealed Jwiring for electric lights and will be heated by steam throughout, which is furnished by a large boiler lo- V cated in the north end of the basement. It) BAf f r an v and tho f mil hnnf hnaiif 'f Jl'ncr thnf In this nnn, ai,ft,fa ltd T ink jlein has the best equipped, as to appoint Iraentsand conveniences, wholesale groc Jt ry establishment that stands in north- K Mr. Lieblein has bad an exceptionally p iuccessful business career. From an ob f cure clerk in the store formerly owned by Mr. Stephen Karkeet of Houghton, by jHtrict attention tn hnalnpaa ha haa ornrt. Jually worked himself up, and eiaht years I jago purchased the business of his em- oyer, which was that of a wholesale nd retail grocery business. Five years j jago Mr. Lieblein discontinued the retail iousiness, devoting all bis time to the (wholesale trade which he has so success uy worked up, until today he has the argest wholesale business In the copper ountry, an example of what untiring rseryerance can , accomplish. The ex ct date on which the new quarters will e ready for occupancy is hard to say, at probably by May 1. The building as to have been .ready for occupancy y November 10, of last fall, but owing 0 numerous delava tha Hnfahinff touches V I W -I-"" B )re now only being made. The Portage whist team composed of iesrs. John Runl. Dr. Hubbard. Gus Pose and John JHicock, returned borne yesterday from Negaunee where thpy participated in the tournament held in oat city Thursday. The Portage Lake ' earn came off with third honors the score landing as follows: 'ult 8te. Mtrle 3 jeKaunee 3 2 'ortageLtke. 2 J hpemlnu 1 3 ilarquotte l ...s. 3 !The tournament was tery hotly con ned throughout, and it was by only ne point the Portage Lake team was efeated for second place. The players fho attended from here speak in glowing v.uiB ui rnn nrm nmpni luruiBucu hem while at Negaunee. , , , -VThe undersigned has 1,000 samples of transacted business at Hancock yester ' Aall paper, ranging In price from 1 cent day afternoon. p l GO Pr roll, and will be pleased to how the same to anyone dropping him ' Postal card. This" is the finest display I James P. Mcobatb, Hancock. There Will A (pnnl . . vu-ieu auaience pres- .uo armory upera House last yenlDg to witness the presentation of ,u,fB uoneymoon." Ereryone w uengniea with the play, which "-.K.wuiemn an able manner. The company is made up o!Kood talent and ery member of the company Is an ar tlst and it would be unfair to particular. " , ""Juuo- ine company play at Calumet this evening and the people of that place can rest assured a rare treat is in store rorjtbem, Tosters were nut nnTntanisi..i...... I inn, v , . " - ina:tne annual celebration fifth rw IT... JT beIn the Be ninth anniversary! of Odd Felln.ahin The ceiehrnMftn . . " " -, !" Sn"!?l j?" i d' No'109 of Dancock and will be held on Tuesday. i i i -v .... m w apruzu. All the odirwi ri th I v " wmv copper country win celebrate and it will be a big aay ior iianco:k. i,. urawiord & 8on, the undertaker nave added a church (mi.tn k.-i ready large funeral paraphernalia. The truck Is used in carrying the coffin through the ables of !th rhnrrh i a great convenience here where the aisles are so narrow as not tn a11 nn ha. ers to pas through conveniently. The tug Valerie completed the work of pulling out the piles in the channel through the bridge yesterday afternoon. As far as the bridge is concerned every. tning is m readiness for navigation. The new draw is a great improyement on the old one, as it can be turned in half the time it took to turn the old one. Hancock's sprinkler was out yesterday aiternoon for the first time and it was hailed with delight by all pedestrians, as the dust on the streets had become al most unbearable. Houghton should fol low the example of its sister town as by bringing out their sprinkler it would meet the approval of all. 'Little" Jim Dyers, of Baraga, was in Houghton yesterday on business matters Mr. Dyers i a member of the liyery firm of Dyers k Wallace and lately purchased a carload of driving horses while in Chi cago. I be horses have already arrived and are now on sale at their stables. The circuit court will not open until Monday afternoon when Judge Haire w ill preside. Parties wishing to take out their papers should be present at the opening of court that afternoon. The jurymen summoned are to report at 0 o'clock Tuesday morning. The funeral of the late Thomas Samp son was held yesterday afternoon from the Grace M. E. church, Houghton, and was largely attended, the members of the fire department turning out in full uniform. Interment was made in Forest Hill cemetery. Mr. Joseph Stable has returned from his trip to Chicago, Detroit and Mount Clemens where be has been spending th past month. Since his r tnrn he has been under the weather and is confined to his room. The Upper Peninsula Amateur Npar- rintr Contests." will take place at tte Armory opera bouse tonight. There will be at least seven matches and a hot time is promised all who turn out. Contests begin at 8 p. m. sharp. Messrs, Roger C. Williams and M. Wtl Un nf TAnHP. transacted business at the county seat yesterday and incident- allv took in "The Dachelor's Honey moon" in the evening. Mr. John Dillon, the genial traveling man, of Detroit, is calling on the copper country trade. Mr. Dillon has numerous friends on Portage Lake who are al ways glad to see bim. Pnn fttfT The corner storeroom in the Olivier block on Qumcy street. Pos session can be had May l. Appiy to Charles 0. Olivier, on the premises. Lost A bunch oi keys between tne Oulnev hall and Hancock. Finder please leave same at W. A. Washburn's store, and receive reward. The steamer Peerless is expected to ar rive at Portage Lake ports from Duluth tomorrow. THIS win oe me nrev uuv for the season. Dr. It. B. Mackenzie and Harry Reed were down ifrom; Calumt last evening - - . . . 1 , IT and attnded the "uacneiors iiudbj. moon." . Joseph Coloumbe will this year captain the steamer May tham. and George Allle has been engaged as engineer. Xfr. and Mrs. iiaroia bxbou ut- rentedi a bouse in West Hancock and will go to housekeeping at once. uv i n Mr. land Mrs. W, J. Pollard tepday t a daughter. Both mother ftOOCflliu uuiuu'vv' . t Mr, Henry Fisher, of Lake Linden, . inj j .n m t. rainier. ww steel work ol.the new draw yesterday. w New Spring line of Clothing, Hats. Caps and Gent's Furnishing Goods are universally worn and acknow ledged to be the best the market affords is sufficient evidence upon which 7a Z OUR 3 ESSENTIALS s,hC AND A WORD AS TO The correct THE DANCE. Anf Mult? of the Sir Roger de Corei-le? and the Skirt Dance. An old gentleman of my acquaintance loia mo once that ho still dances 'Sir Rog er do CovcrK'y." "I enjoy that danco with all tho nerve, 6lncw and musclo loft to me at tho ago of 70, " ho Raid, "if only in hon or of ita time honored tuno. " Did you know that this suddohcc! "time honored" danco has no real antiquity to recommend It, einco, although It was not mado In Germany," It really belongs to a period when most English customs Lo carno modernized with tho advent of Dutch William. That worthy but fictitious knlnht. Sir Roger do Coverley, was ginijily n creation of Addlson'H, who flnt introduced him In Tho Spectator of March 2. 1711, with the remark that his great-grandfather was tho Inventor of that famous country danco which is called after him, which humorou? assertion doubtless many years subsequent ly gave ri.o to tho well known tune, but country dances, puro and simple, were fashionable at the court of Kim; Charles II, wero of French origin and replaced tho old English' jig, also derived from tho tunc, and which is mentioned by Shakespeare (Hamlet addressing Ophelia, net 3, scene 1). 'Country" danco is merely a corrupt Ion of the French "centre," because the danc ers faced each other. Sir Rocer is adduced b-Addison nn rrn- lcal of a country equiiuf the reign of Queen Anne. In tho original dance the first ladv and bottom gentleman had to kiss each other when thej met In the center, and so on, throughout tho performance. What Is much more Interesting on the scoro of antiquity is tho modern 'Skirt dance," which can bo traced almost to prehistoric times. An Anglo-Saxon lady may bo seen In tho act of performing a veritablo skirt danco to tho muslo of n lyre and lluto In one of tho contemporary il luminations at tho Dritlsh museum. Sho is tho object of much admiration to the spectators. Tho oldest and most Btatcly dances of England wero thoso of tho court of Queen Elizabeth tho "Corantos," the "Gal- llards" und tho very ancient "Pavln," whllo tho "La volta" answered to our old fashioned slow time waltz. Tho cotillon, by tho way, simply moans tho under petticoat, as Its namo Implies. It was so termed lrom tho necessary jix- j The Tacomna (Safe- nn OPEN DAY The above restaurant Is now open for business. All the delicacies of the season can be found on our bill of fare. We cater to the better class of trade. Your patronage re spectfully solicited. Cafe Near Haneoek P. O. J. F. HOCKING & CO. Pdlto'S'Oloihing- Is One Of The Noted Products Of The Copper Country. e'''' Ilia epriofc line of Baitinga it replete with novelties ia fancj euitinzs of various colors, shades and new patterns. FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. And prices as low as good clothing can be made. Every progress! re buyer should become familiar with tbe merits of Peso's cloth ing. We solicit an order A PELTO, CUSTOM TAILOR, HANCOCK At the Jewell House, Calumet, on Wednesday of each week. IPTS WHAT ARE THEY-The best cigars in the mar ket today. Clear Havana filler. Connecticut binder and Samatra wrapper. ' FOR SALE DY ALL FIRST-CLASS DEALERS. Of All Illah-Urade learn, Tbe Beet Freyes Oporto To Be The Ileat Shakt.pear. w IS NOT AN ASSURED THING, BUT THE FACT THAT A. Washburn Go's DE CLA SPRING LINE OF Easter Neckwear, shapes in dainty, decorative colorings, stripes, plaids and our store and look us through. fnisuro of tliose garments Vv 1irtina wimn holding up their gowns. New Orleans Aimes-uemocrat. Two Ways. "James," 6aid tho milkman to his new boy, "d'you see what I'm a doin of?" "Yes, sir," replied James; "you're a-pourin water Into tho milk." "No, I'm not, James. . I'm a-pourln milk into the water. So If anybody usks you If I put water Into tho milk you can tell em no. A Hers stick to tho truth, James. Cheatin Is bad 'nough, but lyln is wuss." London Tit-Bits. In tho pursuit of knowledge follow it wherever it Is to bo found. Like fern, It Is the produce of all climates, und, like coin, its circulation is not restricted to any par ticular class. Colton. To produco sleep drink a half pint of hot water or hot milk. This remedy, it is positively asserted, will have tho doslrod eilcct iu elyht cases out of ten. J estila & Brustmake i Proprietors Of . THE LEADER CIGAR FACTORY. Manufacturers of the celebrated Leaukk Ciuahs, Royal Leader, Elk Leader, Our Leader Factory at Hancock, Mich. Get Your Bicycles .. Repaired Work promptly and neatly done and at mod erate cost, All kinds of repair work done such as Sewinc Machines, Typewriters, Trnnka, Inh, Umbrella. Alno Cutlery Mrlndluc. Also agent for Hewing machine needles, If you have work to be done give me a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. ALFRED MARLOR, William Carline's old stand, at the rear of Larry Uoran s arocery store, Qulncy street Hancock. AND NIGHT. TWKXTIETll C'EISTIRY, MTKaHJIlT, lOXCHA KJPKCIAL. RED CLOTHING CONTAINS Correct Prices. Two Life Policies '. OP. ....$10,000 Each. ' NORTHWESTERN. No. 98,085. Date of Issue, Feb. 20. 1870. Age 21. Fremium 177.00. Additions to Policy. Premium Cash Vear. Paid. Dividend 1879 $177 00 1880 " " I 50 70 190 00 5210 192 00 1H8.'1 " 54 71 198 00 1884 Gf,83 198 00 1885 58 14 202 00 1880 6107 210 00 1887 128 56t 429 00 1888 " GO 98 219 00 1889 09 7G 22.T 00 1890 72 00 227 00 1891 75 CO 2.12 00 1892 " 78 81 2.3G0') 1893 8199 24100 1894 84 17 242 00 1895 85 00 239 00 1890 85 61 235 00 1897 85 89 23100 Total additions, f 3,944 00 The above fia:urfe are correct. (Signed) A. ERIUKSON PERKINS." Insure in the company that gives you the largest returns for your money. ' E. L. WRIGHT, Dist. Agt. .MortiiwrMtrrn Slatnal Life Insurance Co. O. L.FOIEDEHIC1IS. m vivnnr W J. WEBB, If Yon Are O CQ 09 Drink Rhinegold Beer. PHIL SOHEUEEMAN BEG. CO., FOIt r A JULY HE TKLKPIIOKU We Cater To Those Who Demand The Best! REMEMBER AND COCITATE: In lteantr. Workman. hi p. Flnlnh and (allty of Baterlal PRICES: $60, SCO. $76. Tandems: $1 lO, $120. $125. WE ALSO HANDLE TI1E Celebrated Crescent Bicycles A Wheel Bore Largely I m( Than Auy other In Thin Conntrx. THEIIE MUST nE SOME REASON FOKTHTS: When the tame condition prevail ev ery year, they must have merit. Tfcey meet every requirement, prloe value, weight, le and aex. CRESCENT WHEELS FOR THE MULTITUDES rrlrra, 0, 5. S.T.tSO. thalolens andTantenia. T3. G. . ROHRER, . JEWELER, . HANCOCK. PAIR THE rments. Best Fabrics and FOR GENTLEMEN checks Visit MUTUAL 1IFE. No. 198.G33. Date of Issue, Feb. 27, 1879. Age 22. Premium, f 198.00' , Additions Premium Cash to Paid. Dividend Policy. 198 90 198 90 f 59 G7 18G00 109 10 05 05 204 00 37 Gl 117 00 39 05 120 00 " - 40 80 123 00 42 25 125 00 " 3G 72 107 00 " 37 03 107 00 27 53 77 00 28 72 7'JOO 20 20 55 0f " - 2148 R7 0O 22 58 59 00 23 70 GO 00 " 13 73 34 00 24 33 59 00 " 25 18 GO 00 " 20 04 Gl 00 Total additions, $1,090 00 J. A. FRIEDERICHS, Solicitors. Iry D cs - pi Houghton, Hancock, Calumet, Grover. IT IS TDK BENT. sMTIONALBICYCLE WITH A NATIONAL REPUTATION Is My All odds Tbe Beat Wheel On The Market Today. A National RIdor Never Changes HU M.nd The National Wheels Have No Equal. to