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THE COPPKK IODNTRY EVENING NEWS, CALUMET. SATURDAY, HAY 7. 18S3.
4. SeiTices To Be Belli At The Local Churches Sunday Morning and Evening. Also The Week Day Serylcts. Pastors or Tkt vanaoa Cfearehes xteal Am lovltatlsa Ta VUI- -tar In Tow To At lead. IVIWE Asiatic Squadron Forced to Fight at Manilla. G1LCUET METUODIST EPISCOPAL. Vector Kerridge will . preach both morning and evening, subject id the morning will be -Liberty" and in the evening it will be "Enthusiasm." Attention is called to the Sunday school hour at noon, also to the Junior League at 2:30. Temple of Honor meeting at 2:30 Tuesday evening Epwortb League de Totional meeting. Wednesday eTening prayer meeting. All strangers are cordially invited to be present at any or all of the serf Ices of this church. LlURitiM MKTItODMT EPISCOPAL, flimdnv trhnnl will meet at 2:30 D m. In K. O. T. M. hall, over the post office. Preaching service at 3:30 p. m. by Mr. E.T. Daume. All Methodic families in the Tillage are cordially incited to be present. niwT conoueoational. Dr. Ilunter will preach tomorrow at both services. Morning subject: "Ue lorma in Sunday School Work." Even ing: The Larger Mission of theCburch." Bible school and classes at 12 m. Monday; Y. P. S. C. E., to which all young people are heartily invited, at 7:30. "Wednesday: Social worship, folio wed by Sunday school teacher's study hour, at 7:30. AH services of this church are free and optn to everybody and a very cordial invitation Is extended to everybody, es pecially strangers and visitors in town and young men to come and eajoy them Morning worship 10:30, evening at 7. 8ALVATIOX ARMV. Knee drill 7:00 a. m Holiness meeting 10:30 a. in Jnnior meeting 2:00 p. m. Family gathering 3:00 p. m. Prayer meeting G:15 p. m. Salvation meeting 7:00 p.m. FIRST PREHJYTEUIAN. Regular service at Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock, con ducted by the pastor, Evening service at 7 o'clock, Sabbath School at 11:50 a. m. Y. P. fi. C. E. Tuesday evening at 7:45. Week ly prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Music class Tuesday evening at 8:15. A cordial invitation is extended to all the service of t his cburrb. OEIlMAN REFORMED. Divine service at 3 P. m. at the Zion's German Reformed (Calumet Congrega tional) church, Sunday school every Sunday afternoon in the basement at 2. v. m. ( . A. The men's meeting tomorrow afternoon at 3:45 will be aildren-ed by Dr. W. II. Hall. 'Fifteen minute-of singing, thirty inmates of prater and testimony. Ail men aod boy, epprially members of the association, are requested to be present LAIUICM RAI'TlHT. Dr. Alien a til preach at botn services. The morning sermon will a memorial ftermoa in memorv of the heroes of the Maine. Kvery patriotic citizen should attend. A collection will be taken for the monument to these brave men. The evening subject will that of unselfishness. Text: Rom. 15:1-3. Tba Old Era of Isolation HsiPsmsiI Away. Wa Mm4 a Great Wary, a Urpr Arm; aad Coallaa; Station la tha Wast Iadlos and tha Paclfla Ooeaa. 1st of May. The two young men are well known and there is no reason why they should not in As u success of ltir buint4 venture. Lashells aud L Fabre, who have been running a store in the Scukel building, have recently moved into their new Quarters on the corner of Second and Hecla streets. j 0PI5I0X OF TUE NAVAL EXPERTS. Mr. Mat Ulan has again decided to go into the saloon business and has opened ud in his own building, formerly occupied by Dan Sullivan. Judge Murphy is having his office nicely papered and remodeled throughout, aud when finished the judge will have one of the cosiest and neatest offlea in the town. Mr. Winklemeyer U doing the iob. Mr. James Archie has moved from his old stand in the Lanctot building into Btnkel building on the corner of Hecla and Third streets. ' Jake Kaufmann is anxiously waiting for the large new wagon and the team of black horses, which be contemplates driving this summer. The new Liurium meat market which is under the charge of Mr. James, is en joying a nice business. The new firm ells kosher meat which is used by most ot the Jewish population throughout Houghton county, Cashier M. L. Effloger ot the Laurium Saving bank, takes in the eights wbil riding around on a new '98 Rambler bi- I cycle. A Card to the Pubile. 1 desire to inform the cititens of Calu met and Houghton conniy wno nr under the impression that appendicitis cannot be cured unless an operation is performed, that this is a serious mistake. I have a simple remedv that nas never failed to cure appendicitis during we past four years. In this time 1 have saved the lives of several, iu iact I have not lost one patientall are alive today, l.ving witnesses of my good work. Since coming here three weeks ago I have cured two well known citixets of this dreadful disease, they will youch for the truth of this statement, and explain the simplicity and effectualness of my treat ment, I will guarantee a cure In every . J- J.I ... t .. case oi appenaicms wuuuu. tunm. and I court a full and thorough investi gation of my work by the profession and respectable public, so that this mistaken idea may be forever removed, and loved ones saved from a premature grave. Respectfully, II. Scott, M. D. 439 Fifth street, Calumet. Notice to Contractors. On and after May 10 plane and specifi cations for the St. Ignatius' tatnoiic church, to be erected at Houghton, Mich., wM be open for innDection at the pastor's office. Telephone connections. . wealed bids will be received until June 1. Right reserved to n ject any and all bids. Signed, IJcildixq Committee. Houghton, Mich.. May 6. 1898. liSwrenrft Hotel. I wibh to announce to the public that I have opened a private hotel in the Wilkin's block, 455 Fifth street. The building has been newly repaired and furnished throughout. No pains will h spared to give a first-clans service L. F. La whence. Bmoke the Uoniter cigar. Wanted Girl to do general bonsework. Ons that speaks German preferred. Ap ply to 401 Osceola street, Laurium. Wanted A girl to assist in cooking. Apply at 410 Sixth street. Mrs,F. Ollncier.' Uleyclcs to Bant. By the hour or day. For terms apply to George Cornish. 433, Hecla street. Laurium. Mr. Thomas Wills, Jr., left on the morn ing train for IrfhperniDg, where he will entertain the people of that citv with bis stereopticon views. He will give one lec ture torn if bt on th disaster of the Mtine aod tomorrow night grand sacred service. Itaurlani Notea. Mr. Charles Klein has a nicely con strncted railroad about seventy-five feet long, running from the wash room into the bottlioe works. Mr. Klein expects a tram car from below In a few days and will use it in carrying cases of bottles from one place to the other. At a meeting of the Tillage council it was decided to purchase a team of hortes for the use of the Tillage. The board of review of Laurium will meet on the 17tb and 18th of thismonthj John W. Job son who was arrested for aaolt aod battery, was up before His WttikUt. i'.zt Morobv. Thursday morn- log abd -ntnd to thirty days in JlouLv The JuJge did not give him U otWs fA paying a fine, for he thought it ooV'd bv a better lesson to serve awLl htl&d the bars. Drs. Dillmao ar.d Daerre have opened up dental parlors in this city, having en gaged rooms oyer the postoffice. - Miss Edith Lewis, formerly with the Tamarack store, has accepted a position as saleslady in the dry goodsdepartment of Mr. Kubn's new store. Mr. Dan Sullivan has moved from the Blau building to the Dosch building, formerly occupied by them as a bottling works. The place has been all remodeled and now presents a yery fine appearance Mr. John Wade Is erecting a nice new residence on the lot joining the one on which he lives at present. i' White opened up their new Mr. Ladd accompanied by his dauah- ter, kit yesterday for their home in Bos ton, after visiting at the home of Super inteodent Parnall. Mr. Ladd is the sec retary and treasurer of the Tamarack Mining company. The firm of Ste kbauer & Borough has been dissolved and Mr. Borough has re turned to bis former position in V. Her man's photograph gallery where be will be pleased to meet his friends. . m f Mr. William Phillips was taken from the hospital to his home yesterday. Mr. Phillips had his hip dislocated in the mine some time ago. but is doing nicely at the present time. Miss Annie Williams of Anaconda, ac companied by Miss Lottie Matthews, arrived on this afternoon's train on visit at the Morgan residence at the Cen tennial mine. Peanut candy and home made taffies at 10 cents a pound on Saturday Sun day and Monday. Ice cream. The Mir ror Candy Kitchen. U. J. Burnelde. Rents for the minstrels tonight are on sale at E. Ryan's store and those wish ing desirable seats had better procure them without delay. On Monday eyeiiing at 8 o'clock the firememen will meet, and those wanting to run on the team bad better be present Linden Bros, have opened a photo tograph gallery In M. Johnson's buildlnjr, Pine street, upstairs. The costumes worn by the lady mfn strels are said to be something gorgeour Wanted Two Apply at the New kslrtomlners at once. Jewell hotel. Smoke the Monitor, best 10-cent cigar Washington, May 7. - -Special If anything were needed to convince the op ponents of Ilswsilan annexation .that the United States should take In that group of Islands as a military expedient. If for no other reason, the recent nival move ments In the far east have afforded the ar gument. On the coast of Asia our fleet was really compelled either to attack the Philippines aad there secure a base of operations or else to cut and run for home, many thousands of miles away. This was true because as soon as the nations of that part of the world declared their neutrality our warships were under obligation to loave the harbors and to oease using friandly ports as headquarters. The near est United States port was away across the Pacific- ooean, while Spain bad ports at Manilla, but two days' steaming from Hongkong. For this reason and not so much from a desire to capture the Philip pines the advance upon Manilla was or dered, If the Spanish fleet in Aslatlo waters had been stronger than ours, we should still have boen compelled to give battle or to retire to tbii side of the Pacific Prob ably prudence would have compelled us to adopt the latter course, and the meaning of that would be that the scene of opera tions was transferred from near the coast of Spanish possessions to our own coast line. If the fortunes of war were to go against us, our coast cities would be left at the mercy of the Spanish fleets, just as Manilla was left subject to the relentless movement of Admiral Dewey's squadron. Hawaii's Advantages. But If the United States had a naval stronghold, with plenty of coal and dry docks and ample fortifications at Hawaii, that would throw the frontier out 2,000 miles from our coast line. If forced to re tire from the Asiatio side of the ocean, It still would not be necessary to come all the way home, with the enemy at our beels. The halt could be made half way over, at the Hawaiian, where our fleets would have a great advantage over the opposition in proximity to coal base and means of communication. It is figured by our naval experts that with Hawaii ours and fortified and with a cable lino run out to the Islands the United States fleet upon the Pacifio would be twice as strong as it Is without the addition of a single ship. If to this were added construction of the Nicaragua canal, the advantage would be Infinitely greater. For instance, instead of remaining in Aslatlo waters, as at pros ent, Admiral Dowey's fleet, having de stroyed the only floating enemy that men aced our merchant marine, could start at once for Cuban waters via the Nicaragua canal. As it is nowjbur ships would have to round Cape Horn in. order to ro-enforce the fleets in the Atlantic, and that is a long and rather dangerous voyage. Of coume it would not do to send tbem through the Suez canal and the Mediter ranean, for that would subject tbem to the danger of destruction or capture by the Spaniards near ' Gibraltar. In tho opinion of nanny eminent men here, of nil political parties aud shades of opinion, current events nro forcing the acquisition of Hawaii and also tho construction of the Nicaragua canal. One well known man put it this way: Whether wo like it or not, events are forcing tho United States Into such activ ity in the world s affair ns we have nover before manifested. V nether we lite tne responsibility or not, wo must assume it. We 6hall presently havo uuua, tne rniup- pines and perhaps l'uerto Ivleo on our hands. Ihero will lo no way to escape tne onerous duty which control of them en tails. Complications of various sorts may grow out of our efforts toadmlimter them or to dlspoau of them. Therefore we are projected Into tho world s politics, anil there we must stay, inasmucn as tnero Is no escaping this Hut of the fates, it is In cumbent upon us to meet our responsibil ity ns best we can. The old era of Isola tion and strictly minding our own busi ness is at an end. To meet the responsi bilities of the present and the future we need a great navy, a larger army, Hawaii and a coaling and naval station at least in the West Indies, and a means of communl cation through the Panama isthmus." Naval rights la Mid ocean. As to Hawaii, there appears to he an understanding that we are to take the is lands. The men who are opposed to an nexation upon commercial, sociological and political erounds do not yield- the main points of their contention, which are strong enough. But many of tbem are prepared to yield on account of the other considerations Involved and which I have just spoken of. Action is likely to be deferred for some time, till the atmos phere clears, but in tbe opinion of the best observers here the rosult is no longer in doubt. One of the readers of jour paper writes to ask me if it is true that battleships can not engage an enemy upon the high seas. but must wait till they get In smooth wa ter. It all depends upon the weather. Battleships and other craft mounting heavy guns are not to be operated success fully and economically in a rolling sea Commanders would not choose sucr weather for an engagement Their guns can be operated only at great inconven ience and some risk if tbe ships are rolling in the trough of big waves. Their pro ject lies would miss much more often than they bit. Inasmuch us this would be true of cruisers and torpedo boats and all fight ing craft the disadvantage would be about tbe same with one licet as with another. and probably neither side would force a fight under adverse circumstances. But battleships may often fight amid favorable conditions in mldocoan. It is a mistake to suppose that -out upon the great sea the water is always rough One may make voyages to Europe in which the steamer rolls scarcely at all. The sea Is often almost as smooth as a mill pond from New York to Liverpool or South ampton. Tbe absence of waves and storms is amszlng to those who have had little experience upon tbe ocean, just as the contrary extreme, that of heavy storm and wild rolling and pitching of the big gest steamers, la surprising when old ocean's mood changes. Asa rule a navsl battle need not be expected upon the high' seas unless the weather is fairly calm. Walter w zixmav. At Harry Lean's store the 175 gallons of olives are not gone yet and still bavs more at SO cents per quart. 50 cents a half gallon and $1 a gallon. A good strong girl wanted for board ing bouse. Uood wages paid. Mba. Norbou, 110 Seventh street, Csder Lane. Taks rsatlee! All parties living In houses with defec tive chimney, are requested to notify me at once. H, P. Labson, Fire Warden, Village of Red Jacket. jcagie ftlver llatel. For convenience of parties visiting Cattle River, Col. Wright has thrown open the doors of the Pboeaix Hotel for t ie reception of guect. Good stabling All feed for horse furnished. Thirty-five years make a generation, "hat is bow long Adolph Fisher, of Zaneeville, O., suffered from piles. He was cured by using three boxes of De Witt's Witch Haxel Salve. BODERGBEN A SOPKBOBVN. Tfca Mew Laarlnm Meat Slarstat Opened on May 2. The market has the atest improvements nicely arranged with a full lineot beef, pork, mutton, veal, hams, bacon, butter, lard and eggs. Poultry, game and fish In season, also a full line ot Kosher meats. Mr. James is engaged as shoptender. He will be pleased to see his old friends and as many new ones. Our prices are the lowest in tbe city. Don't forget tbe name of tbe market. Laurium Meat Mareet, CornerTbird and Kearaarge Streets. Telephone connection. ' Senator Brass's G rati tod. The late Senator Bruce had for years supported the widow and daughter of his former master, who was a planter in Virginia. They have been entirely dependent upon bis bounty, and al though there was no legal obligation whatever tbey bad treated hi in with great kiudnesa when he was a slave. He had acquired tho rudiments of aneduca tiou from the tutor of his master's eon aud felt a gratitude that expressed itself in Ibis maimer when he learned that they were iu needy circumstaucos. Chicago Hcoord. Aud Flah Wlthont lionet. A Mary laud fruit grower has raised a crop of peaches without fuzz. Now he'd better turn his attention to cultivating to natoes without fckins, peanuts with out shells and watermelons without tcoda. Lewiston Journal. Very Quiet at Home. Tho h( ir apparent of Delgiumcan af ford to travel. His country is one of the few with no war scare on hand. Pitts burg Chronicle-Telegraph. The regular meetings of Calumet L glon. No. 212. N. P. C, will be held on tbe second and four ttt Mondays cfeach month. Meeting at 7:30 o'clock By order Secretary. A resulnr meeting of Jocelyn Council No. 2 will be hvld on Saturday, May 7, at d. m Work iu tbe fourth and fifth degrefp; all members are requested to attend. Taomis Matthews, K. or u. S. T. Dry ant. C. of C. There will be a regular meeting of Sen era Camp. No. 1247, M. W. A., Monday evening, the U(h. Work in second de gree and other business of great import ance to be transacted. Let all members attend. J. F. Foley, V, C. W, E. Steckbaueb, Clerk. 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