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That Many Persons Want to Join the Light Guard, Names 11 need on Hosier Roll Ita Light Ciaard Officially Tender Service to Colonel Potermann at Ita Meeting. There Js no doubt bat that the "Fight ing Fifth" regiment, M. N. G will be ia eluded ia the first call for volunteers trota the governor, wbicn is very apt to come at any moment. Colonel Peter mano, the commander of the regiment, stated last evening that he bad informed the adjutant general that the Fifth was ready at any time and that in caee of need he should so inform the governor. Colonel Fetermann attended the drill of the Light Guard last evening along with several hundred other spectators who were on oand watching the boys at their regular weekly drill. At the meet ing afterward he was informed ofhciall r of the resolutions which the company passed tendering their services to him and he responded with a speech in which he thanked the company for their proper show of patriotism at the right time. There was a great deal of enthusiasm among the boys and the colonel was given an ovation. Colonel Peterman has received a letter from Captain Wright of Big Rapids, who is the chnplaia of the regiment, which position he has held for many years. The old chaplain stated that he wanted to offer his services and that of four of his sons in caee of trouble. lie has one son in the regulars, one is second lieu ten ant in the Dig Rapids company, another a private in the same company and the fourth is about to enlist. The names of thirty recruits who wish to enlist in the company should it be in creased to 150 men, were banded in last evening and there are many who were un able to be on hand last night who intend to join. The drilling of these recruits will commence and they are to be on hand at the armory this evening. The Iron Minstrels. Mirth, melody and music will reign at the Red Jacket opera house tomorrow night, when the Iron Miretrels hold the boards. The company is Comoosed en tirely of Isbpeming and Xgaunee busi ness and society younz men to the num ber of twenty-five. They have appeared with flattering success in the iron coun try and are making a tour of the country in a special car. The company has been "coached" and drilled by Mr. II. L. Push wh m11 be remembered as the gentle man who put on the Rig Four minstrels with Houghton and Hancock talent about a year and a half ago. The Rig Four minstrels played our city to im mense business and gave a performance that was universally pronounced better than the great majority of professional companies visiting this section. The Isbpeming boys bring with them a full orchestra under the leadership of Prof Otto Mublbauer. of Marquette, and an entire complement of special scenery, and in addition tbev have the profession al services of Mr. Ralph Dell, an old-time minstrel man. The jokes are new, the sorgs are the latest and many intricate drills and marches, as well as some screaming "nigger acts" are put on by the boys from the iron country. Everjth'n? is refined, wholesome corn ed v furnished by the best people of Isb peming, and the Red Jacket opera house should be crowded tomorrow night with lovers of song and melody. II nay at tbe Hospitals. The force at tbe Calumet hospital is kept busy and there are at present a large number of patients in tbe wards. Lately there has been an operation at the hospital nearly every day and on some days two have taken place. Mrs. Alfred Goodsole underwent an operation yester day and at this writing is doing yery nicely. On Tuesday there were two ope rations. Sylyestre Pedrettl underwent an operation for appendicitis and is do ing as well as conld be expected under the circumstances. On the same day Miss Annie Tredeau will be operated on and she too is doing nicely, which ber many friends will be glad to bear. Miss Jennie Swanson underwent an operation for appendicitis last Sunday and is also reported as getting along very well. Mrs. Martin Schneiderhabn occupies a cot in tbe ward, she having been operated on last week. There are three other pa tients at tbe hospital, all of whom are on the fair road to recovery. There Is a movement on foot among the Finns hereabout to organite a coop erative store. A meeting has been called for next Saturday evening at the Finnish ball on Eighth street, when the matter will be brought up and discussed. Some of the prominent Finnish people are in terested in tbe moyement and will push it along. Exactly what the plans are will not be settled until after tbe meeting to be held tomorrcw evening. There seems to be no donbt that the project will come to a focus as there Is considerable tent! A Chance or Firm. Mr. Divid Simpson has purchased the irery business which Mr. Sam LeClair has carried on in the Lanctot building, Laurium, for some time time. Mr. Simp son has added to the stock a fine new lot ot buggies, horses, etc., and be hopes by strict attention to business and treating tbe people squarely to obtain a fair share of tbe public's patronage; he will, at any rate, endeavor to deserve it by fair and honest dealing. ment In favor o! It. It it goes through, such questions as tbe capital stock ot the association, tbe number of shares, the price per share and the number of shares any one member will be allowed to carry and what business the store will embrace will be brought up and discussed tomor row evening. Those Interested say that the Finnish people In other mining towns have oiganized and run cooperative stores with great success and they see no reason whj they should not do the same here. Hancock. Mich.. April 20,1893. To my frieuds and fellow sufferers from rheumatism in Houghton county, in faet everywhere, who have been Informed that rheumatism cannot be. cured. "Don't you believe it." I suffered with rheumatism about twelve years, and many a time could not walk. 1 did everything mortal man could do to find relief without avail. When Dr. Scott tbe specialist came to Hancock, knowing of some of his wonderful cures below, I placed myself under bis treatment, and I ana baepy to say in tbe short time of two weeks he removed tbe rheumatism from my system and I have not had an ache or pain since. In justice to Dr. Scott who has since moved to Calumet, and for the informa tion and benefit of my fellow man, I freely write this letter, because I know he can cure rheumatism in its worst form. Respectfully, JosEra Voght, Jr. Agt. ValBlatx Brew. Co., Hancock. The Sure La Urlppe Cnre. There is no use suffering from thi dreadful malady, if you will only get 1hs right remedy. You are having pain a! through your body, your liver is out of order, have no appetite, no life orambi tion, have a bad cold, in fact are com pletely used up. Electric Bitters is the only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief. They act directly on your liver, stomach and kidneys, tone up tbe whole system and make you feel like a new being. They are guaranteed to cure or price refunded. For sale at D. T. Macdonald's drug store, Calumet and Belbumuer's, Lake Linden. TIg First Still Firei Spanish Lumber Boat Captured Off Flor ida Coast. Mr, Emil Wolfe yesterday resigned his position with Messrs, II. &, li. Blum and will engage in the saloon business for himself Mr, Wolfe has decided to start in the building formerly known as tbe "Klondike" on the corner of Seventh and Oak streets. He wid open up on the 2nd of May. Emil has a large number of friends in tbecitv who wish him success in his new venture. He has a good stand and will undoubtedly do a good business. Beside Mr. Norman McLaughlin, the famous piper, there will be other noted Scoter: entertainers taking part in tbe program at tbe concert to be given next week. Miss Curry, of Marquette., the champion lady dancer, will take part in tbe program, and Raymond McDonald, who is here with Mr. McLaughlin from Edinburgh is a noted comic singer and dancer. The entertainment will surely be something very fine. Recruits notice ! Those who signed the roll last evening and others who wish to join Co. D in case the membership is increased to 150, should be on hand at the armory this evening at 8 o'clock sharp. Also those members of tbe company who can con veniently do so. By order of J. E. Fleige, Captain Commanding Company. Mr. John Powers, late United States attorney for the Western District of Michigan, has resumed the general prac tice of tbe law at 500 Ludington street. Escanab . It is needless to say that per sons intrusting their business to him may depend they will receive prompt and efficient attention. The Lucky Ones. Miss J jzzle Laws, of Eagle Harbor, who held ticket No. 100 in Wieder's distribu tion is entitled to'the first prize, a road cart; Oscar Peterson, who held ticket No. 20, obtained the second priz, a cutter. for Male Cheap. Three teams of horses and one steam bay press, good as new, are for sale cheap. Inquire of Mrs, Prosper Roberts, Lake Linden, Mich. The first cargo of coal to be shipped o'er the railroad this season is being shipped from Hancock to the Wolverine mine, Wanted A girl to do general house work, Apply to W. W. Ellis, next to the Jewell house, Red Jacket. Lost EnvflnriA rnntAininir rnoolnta Finder kindly ave it with L. Nelson, at Ryan's store. Now is the time to subscribe for your daily papers at the When. Predelivery. Mr, Bat Shea is in Chicago on a short visit. The Monitor will soon be In town. - Texaa Starts the 1111 Rollins Mr Plrlaa a Hlx-pennd Shot Across the Bows of ths MpanUh Moat aad she Murroadered. Special to the Evening Mews. Hkndaye. Spanish Frontier, April 22 'Minister Woodford reached the Span ish frontier safely this morning at 8 o'clock, not however, without undergo ing a very exciting and unpleasant exper ience at Valladolid, where the train upon which General Woodford was traveling wasattHkd. Tbe Spanish police at tempted to c&pture one of the members of tbe ligation, but the attempt was frustrated by General Woodford. Special to the Evening News Key West. FU., April 22 The fleet sailed at 5:35 this morning. The cruiser NaHhviUe captured the Spanish ship Bnena Vuera, loaded with lumber, on tbe wsy from tbe coast. The cruiser Texas fired a six pound gun at her, and the Spaniards at once sur rendered. Special to the Evening News. Washington, April 22.The state de partment is preparing a proclamation announcing the blockade ot the port of Havana. Tbe war department willsoon issue a call for yolunteers. the volunteer bill haying become a law. Special to the Evening News. Washington, D. C. April 22. The con ference report on army bill passess con gress. Secretary Alger took tbe proclamation calling for volunteers to tbe White House for tbe president's signature. Tbe call will be for 100,000 men to enlist for one year. Tbe proclamation notifying all nations of tbe Havana harbor blockade signed by tbe president. Tbe coal embargo res olution will be issued immediately. The administration will not recommend a declaration of war by congress. Special to'the Evening News Havana, April 22. The colonial gov- ernment has published a manifesto call ing upon all tbe inhabitants to arm and repel the invaders Special to the Evening News. Fortress Monkoe, April 22 The Fly ing Squadron ready to moye at any min ute. All the ships of tbe squadron en gaged at target practice. ' Special to the Evening News. Maprip, April 22 A royal decree has been gazetted which calls out for active service30,000 men of the reserye of 1897 Arrested For Allowing Gambling; Anton Bellobridicb, the proprietor of the rock building saloon on Sixth otreet, was up before Justice Curtis this morn ing charged with allowing gambling to go on in his place of business. On last payday a number of Austrians visited the place and before they got out a trood pile of their money was gone. Card play ing for money is the r rincipal device, but two or three other little schemes are suc cessfully work. Two men who were treat ed very badly, from a financial stand point and who lost blir stakes in bissa loon, decided to get even with the oro prietorand had him arrested. Bellobrid icb did not like it a bit and when in court did some tall cursing In his native tongue. He pleaded notguility, but the testimony of the two men who lost the dollars was sufficient and the Jadge found him guilty and assessed him the sum of f 10 and costs, amounting to f 17 in all. or go to jail. This is the second time he has been up on tbe same charge. Bellobrldich threatened to fight the case, stating that he had plenty of money to take it op to higher courts, but when be was fined be at once changed his plea to poverty, but stated that he had neyer been In jail in his life and be thought he would pay the fine. v Mr. David Jane was run over while crossing ths track of the H. & T. L. rail road tbi afternoon. He has since bad both legs amputated at the hospital. , vi s uuuo Money Nitf win Go a Long Way. .A.T TXUE Richards Clothing Co., Holman Block, Rod Jacket. A Little Money , Will ' Go a Long Way, , . We Are Talking To You . . We hare a stock of clothing for Men and Boys that we Intend Closing out Clean and Fast, and In order to do It right we haye marked eyerythlng down at cost and below to maki a quick and clean sweep. m fori All Men's Suits One-Third Off All Boys' Suits One-Half Off All Shoes at Cost All Extra Pants at Cost All Neckwear at Oost All Hosiery at Oost All Shirts at Oost All Hats at Oost All Caps ....?. at Oost All Underwear-.... at Oost Miners Boots and Shoes.. Below Oost Miners Underwear.... Below Oost J on wni miss the greatest bargains of your life if you don't take advantage of this closing out sale. - It is the beginning of a sale that will be long remembered as underselling everybody in everything In tbe above lines, A tew people will miss this Wise ones won't. THE RICHARDS si ?15 5iMs CLOTHING CO., as HOLMAN BUILDING, fiilfliriKilM! S1& Q Dollar Bay, Mich., April 18,1898. In appreciation of what Dr. H. Scott and his good wife haye done fpr our daughter, we gladly give this testimonial Our daughter Lena suffered nine months with dropsy and other complicated dis eases, which refused to jield to the ordi nary means used in such cases. We saw her getting weaker daily, and although with little faith we placed ber under Dr. Scott's treatment. And we are thankful to say in three weeks tie dropsy and other diseases were removed, besides in that time she gained seven pounds. From the innermost part ot our hearts we thank tbe doctor and his wife, now at Calumet, because we feel assured tbey saved our beloved child. We wish them a long life to do good to other sufferers, as they did for us. Respectfully Mr. and Mks. IIoksuebg. Dividend Announcement. At a meeting of the board of directors of the Detroit Telephone Co., held April 11. 1898, a dividend of 2 per rent (f 2 per hare) was declared, payable to all stock holders of record on April 30, 1898. Div idend payable on May 1G, 1898. The transfer books of the company will be closed at 4 p. m. upon April 30, 1898, and will be reopened on tbe 16th of May, 1898, at 10 a.m. Detroit Telephone Co. Edward H. Parker, Treasurer. Our past success recommends us. CaieJ ful attention to details, earnest endeiyj or to please, and satisfactory results is tbo secret of our success. Steckdauer & Borough. Miss Leary has just received an ele gant line oi new pattern hats, the latest in tbe millinery world. All ladies desir ing to get a stylish bat are inyited to rail and see them. Get the May number of tbe Metropoli tan at the When magazine store. Kins man building, Scott street. Look out for tbe Monitor. FUXKKAL IHIlKCTOJf. Ml VKIIT ni.MIIV-Pnnanl 4lAt. o.. DFACtiftfll RtnhllmAr. Entnhllahnri In 18? Bnntt street. Red Jacket Night Calls bytelephont or otherwise promptly attended to. WILLIAM N. NJIKKD-Embalmer and funeral director. Ilecla street. Laurium. Thirty-six years experience. IUONlMK.TM. J. A. UK VI Ell Dealer ln rranltu and marble monuments and headstone; material and workmanship guaranteed. Office at the Calumet Hotel LODUK JtlbBTlNUM. There will be a regular meeting nf Rpn. eca Camp, No. 247, M. W. A., on Mon day evening, April z;, at B p. m. sharp. Business of imDortance to be trAniuirtxl and a clas for work ia tbe firct degree. All members please attend. J. F. Foley, V. C. W. E. Steck bauer, Clerk. There will be a regular tneetincr of Bnsv Bee Tent, No. 110, Juvenile Branch. I. U. B. Saturday alternoon. Anril 123. at 3:30. A special attendance is requested, as business of importance will be trans acted John Daw e. Supt. Calumet Encampment. No. 77. I. O. O. F.. will bold a regular mtetintr on Fri day, April 22. There will be work in tbe third degree. This will be tbe last meet in? b fore the annual celebration at IT an. cock and a full attendance is request! d. uy order of Chief Patriarch. David Osborne, Scribe. A regular meeting of H el nine TTnnd Tent, No. 34, 1. O, It., will be held next Saturday evening, April 23, at 7 p. m., at which time definite action will betaken upon tbe reylsed by laws as presented by the committee, and other business will be transacted. Lvery member Is reouested to at tend. A lfrkd Richards. C. R. Louis James. R. S. Moftice f KeinniovsLl! In order to accommodate his increasing patron age Dr. Scott, the well known specialist of Hancock has leased a portion of the commodious premises 439 Fifth St. Calumet, where he will continue his wonderful work of curing those suffering from Chronic Catarrh, Rheumatism, Dropsy, St. Vitus Dance, Brights Disease, Diabetes, and all diseases of the blood, or disorders of the stomach and kid neys. If you are sick, go and get cured. Consul tation free. Office hours 8 a. m. in R tv tn Auction Sale! Commencing tonight, April 14, I will offer my entire stock of Cloth ing, Boots, Shoes, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, and : : : My Entire Stock of Jewelery Consisting of Watches, Clocks, Solid Gold Rings, Silverware, etc., at auc tion. The auction will continue until the entire stock is closed out : : : cccco M. GITTLER Red Jacket, 5 Michigan, f etstst4tf sssssssos ' wall Paper! v SPECIAL AGENT FOR v. William Stevenson Co., CHICAGO, ILL The largest selection?; of new designs and rolnrlnir in the market; Deep Reds, Greens, Blues, Tapestries, riorai tnects, ingrains ana vamisned lues. PRICES THAT WILLSURPRISE EVERYBODY. Remember no old stock In this line 1 every thing new. Don't fail to see these up-to-date samples and save money. , Estimates given for painting $nd Decorating. ' CALL ON OR ADDRESS, GEORGE A. VIETH, Ntar The Italian Hilt. 47 Mventh ML. Ked Jacket Z, g - .26 TEARS A PAINTER. gj w 1 s Over 2,000,000 Gallons Used. A Six-Year Old Child Can Do It WITH EARTHQUAKE. Why have a dirty 'faded-out Carpet, when a , few cents Aill make them look like new! No Cost, No Labor. No Time. REMOVES Ink ipota, grease ipots and all stain, that may (add oat the color. " at the nataraI on like brand new. Clean, clothes like a charm. One , . 3DrR3EOTI03Sre. Beat to boilinsc point, apply while hot, with soft scrnb brush. Do not ase a scraper oor wipe np, as it will eyaoorate. Do not use broom brush. Mioirgan Self Renovating Co., 1 Me. P. VpdecroTe,:n. Mnpt. i7 Woodward Are. O.trolt, nieh Price, 35c per gal., 3 gals. 01. Sold by OWEN SHERIDAN, Calumet. Fifth Street. Michigan. C. E. NYSTROM Architect And Bulldlnff Superintendent. .-Lni n2'Pfletloni for .11 kind of prl? .?.SubA'2, bulld'?F. Fine rlden&a . pecUlty, Offlc or.rjSur clothing houae, ANDREW BENSON. PAINTER AND DECORATOR. Hard Wood Finish, O raining, Calsomlnlng, Taper Hanging, Glaring, Etc. A roll Line Of Wall Paper Samples, ttbopln rear ot Clion'a farniturs itoro.