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TflE COPPER COUNTRY EVENING NEWS, CALUMET SATURDAY. HAY 7, 1808.
8. oooooooooooo ooooooooi :MallsWLake J. VIVIAN, JR., & o Rayal aaakaa th to4 para. wbelaaoaaa and aallcl 9q Hoola and Fourth Streets. I Militia Boys Partici pate In Athletic Sports. Correct Complete... Ice Cream Freezers- The white MOUNTAIN and ARCTIC, the world's best at popular prices. Size; two quarts to ten quarts, Wrtatllns Hatches) Alo Held 'YCLEBE BICYCLE SUITS noooo i Aiir ii. .if ill i i f i nr-i i mmwtn I BIG Uleven Mesabera of The Loral Com pany Apply For lUhares Other Note. Cami Eatox, Island Lake, May 4, 1897. Nsws Special Correspondent. The amount ol unreliable matter con cerning the trouble ia regard to the offi cers of the Filth Regiment which has been sent from here ia Terj surprising and to say the least ha created a very wrong impression of that regiment and Its otB ersandmen. It ih true that the men are very strong in their denire to have their present officers, men who are good enough to take an interest in the National (lu-tid in time of whom the men think Absolutely Puro aovu. sawno poDtn co., new vomu Francis Ward. nlRhtwatchman 5 0j II 1 Mnrnhv. " tA W ! Matt Stuhel. " J WillUni Want, Janitor )" W. W. Ellin, clerk 25 00 W. W. Kill, m-eretary water board W A W K'orr Mtfirntv ID ' .i.V. ii . Mmith nint. of sewers 25 00 Joseph I'au I. electrician .... 17 l.' W IVm.lt.r. t-nirlneer MW James McNamara, second engineer.... GKNKKAL FUND OKHKK8 T.t-ht l'nuor Co. hall light ..... K SO W uiiiim Ward, mealrt to rrlMonera. etc. 2 MO Moyle. waMUntf and HuruDuiiux. It) 00 .111 B. Deaee and .i d. (jr.t.Me. labor - n,rV. 1 lr. O. K tewar .attending norsfs are good enough , .,.. hardware Co. sundries ... W. J. Monr e. jmlntlntr plans. lurj wt liam Kisher. auditing books 00 ge them. ThH i Finance timniltte " " 00 an would want. William Fl8,Uir- I"8"0'' ,ePB 2 James J a me. Y Jerry arr nutonlT!- t'hrlst Anderson u I'anl Panfll John Brewer Dan McCarthy, Vetal Carlson J vines Kade, William urasso, A. Haratono. Anthony Jackara.7 ii", John Menkl. Joseph Sehutte, Ofcar Carlson Abe Foreman James Zueco, John Votrrln. Andrew liirti, Carlo llolman, Mat tie Eriilu to lead them iu war, and they naturally resent ajx attempt to change uction in only what acym Uut the chance that th Fifth is backing down is wrong, They haye always done tfceir duty and will do it now. The fact that the whole matter originated in what was only a rumor, that the Fifth was to be divided, should stop all talk until some action is taken by the proper authorities. 0ov. Pincree is a friend of th Fifth and will do uotbing that would injure j frank y.fco', that regiment. "You can say,' said Col. Fetermann today, "that the Fifth will tee service if anv of the Michigan troops do, and it will go as the Filth. I am cer tain that the governor will use us right. h he has assured me he will, and that the regiuitnt, nor any of the officers or men, have any reason to complain when that action i announced." camp NOTES. The Fifth is t he only regiment in camp that takes much interest in athletic ports and lut evuiug some of the boys got together and arrat ged several events that were winners, considering the fact that they were gotten up on exceedingly short notice. The principal events weer the wrestling matches. After a couple of preliminaries between some of the ('a!u met boys a mttch was arranged between Will Martin of Co. D and Brochiogtoa of Co. E of Iron Mountain, lhe mated was witnessed by fully 300 spectators wbo formed a circle outside of the Fifth tents. It was a tine go and one that if rarely equalled in the copper country. Martin was by far the more clever wrestler and Rave his man a pretty fall after several hitches, lirochington is a noted wnstler be being the same man wbo took second prizain the Hancock tournament lat summer. Martin whs then matched with Welch ol Co. li Iron wood and they alo - made a flue contest, but Martin won two straight falls from him, but not without - several hard bitches. Welch was a much heavier man than Martia. Will put in his best work and wa the hero o! the hour. This started the talk and soon a running - race was arranged between Will Lvon and a long tf.stanre runner from Manis tee, the man failed to put in an appear a nee and the match was postponed. The abort distance running was commenced and 1 Frank Kohlhaas or to. V was matched against Olliver ot the Iron Mountain company the former winning Ire m him with eae. There Is some talk of a continuation ot the sports, with shot putting and other Held sports to night. Toe Fifth is also going to organ ire a base ball team as there are a coupl 1 ot doien men wbo are fast players with the different companies. The "Fighting Fifth" has quite a repu tat ion about camp. The other day one of the officers was accosted by a seedy - looking indiyidul who wanted to know if he " was the boss of the Scrapping Fifth" as he wanted to join it. Some of the Calumet boys are warm under the collar about the stories that have been circulating about Calumet to the effect that tbey had left the company - as deserters. Tbey received letters yes terday telling them of the story and they want it vigorously denied, I bey are - with the company to stay to the finish. Lleven members of tbe Calumet com pany have applied for discbarges and will leaye for home shortly. They are: frivates George Martin. John Harris, Will Martin, John McDonald, Gasper Scbeeman, Thomas Williams, Edward Hicks. Walter Jacka. John Welscb, An- ,gelo G rosso and Richard Craxe. Guck. 4 INI 12 IHI 11 75 1 15 8 00 STKKET FUND OKPKUS. Samuel Anderson, teamster f 55 00 P. K. L & P. Co. street llitlits Jacob Kaiser, blacksmithlnfr John Ford, street commissioner MaraCurto " Frank Cardetto Tl'i days 11.75.... James Ford. tt " RefrigeratOrS-American and Defender 0 the latest and best. Large roomy boxes. Easily cleaned and kept sweet $ Garden HOSeAll grades and prices, See 0 q our line and get prices. Fishing Tackle- nail styles and prices, q 5 to suit everybody. 0 $ 0 0 w . $ 6 nrltnn HHw tin 0 r S a a a a wa v v 'v o fa Calumot, MioliiGran it 17 l'i 1 i:'J s r 25 00 45 00 15 75 24 75 JO 63 10 25 25 00 2 75 2S 88 10 50 18 ol H 00 5 25 2:1 3 21 2 12 25 11 H7 6 12 0 ti:l 10 O 10 00 14 M 6 12 3 50 62 7 0t 7 (HI 2 50 12 DO 12 00 8 CO 55 00 42 1 12 fl 27 Pi 4 : Thomas Ceretto, 1 niaht watcblntr... Jos. Trudell, ttam3days PlatteTy & Uyan, teain .1 liys.... ... Thomas hea, team 2 days 11 HK Kt;NIM)HIKI!S. W. n. Tomlinson. teamster John Messner. tcamsur 1'rntik Hcarter K. Kysn. outs nd feed r A WhhI.t , James Mcllardy. black smlthinc 1 so WATKK fum okd its. C. and II. Minini? Co.. wster .. ',I5 " John F. 1). Smith, labor aud material.... 4 2 A cheek HUiouuttng to thirty-three dolt lars It'A'i) whs received from VMiiism Finher. j jttice of the trace, for fines, Also a check trom John Curti, justice ol tbe peace for twenty-tight dollars ($28) for fines. The secretary of the water board sub mitted a report of tbe amount as-ested and collected for w ater for the term com mencing Janunry 1, 1893, and ending June 30, 1888. Report received and ordered placed on file On motion trie meeting adjourned. WnxiAit W. Ellis, Clerk, A Chance lo NIow Your i-airiniiam. Stvtb of MinipiAN, Tkeasuuy Depaktment. Lansino. Subscriptions will be received ry the State treasurer at Lansing up to and in cluding Saturday, May 14. 1898, to tbe Micnigan War Loan of 1898, at on? hun dred and one (101) dollars for each one hundred (100) dollar bond. At this price bonds will net purchaser slightly more than 3 per cent annum forflr-ttie years and 3 per cent per annum there after. Bonds bear Interest from May 1, 1898, at the rate of 3J per cent per annum pay able semi-annually and purchaser will be required to pay accrued interest on bonds to date payment is made to tbe State, in addition to the premium on bonds. Bonds are due May 1,1908, but are payable at the pleasure of the State after May 1, 1903. Principal and interest payable in Detroit, Mich. Deliyery of bonds to be at Lansing or Detroit, at the option of the purchaser. Bonds will be ready for delivery about June 1 At time of payment purchase willbegiyen negotiable certificates, ex changeable for bonds as soon as bonds are prepared. Tbe right is reserved to reject any or all subscriptions and to allot less than amount subscribed. Payment will be received in lawful money, poetofflce or express order or bank drafts on commercial centres. Remittances may accompany applica tion. In case for any reason allotment is not made In accordance with applL tion money will be refunded. $1000,00 REWARD. 'or The Appreheuaion And Conviction of the Part!? Who Composed lr luted ami lllatrlbuted Hie Following Libelous Circular. To Members Of The Associated Bicycle Clubs. Fn i nw Rinkits: We. the committee appointed by the Executive committee to mnkM m ritmnlett) uud searching investigation into tbe rumors which bae recently trained circulation to tbe effect that the 'Rambler" bicycle, manufactuted by Gor- mn v Sr .luffurv for thf Dst ninet en Tears aurintr wnica time n uss siuim uiku m nnhiii lAvnr. h now beiuir manufactured out ot inferior material and put together in a very iulerior manner, and therefore unsafe for any other than boulevard riding make the following s atement: Aa th matter whh deemed important to both ourselves and the firm of manu facturer' whoHH reputation for years has been of the beat, your committee decided to make a complete investigation ana give uormuny n .lenery every opportunity n muintitin th renutHtiou mo lonir euioved by the "Rambter" wheel. Vnnn nor visit, to the offi es of Gormul.v aud Jeff-?ry w were very corteoualy rec ied as tbe representative of theJAsrociated B cycle Clubs, but upon our Btating our errand and that we woul! like to be given tue opportunity to inspect tne iac tnrv iimi rw,Htriirtion of the 'IUmbler" wbml. we were very plainly tt ld that such r.oiir eoiil. 1 not hmrante l and that it was none of our buine-i as to bow the wheel was manufactured. Mr. .leffery talked very persistently of his bitth busines standing and stated that th "It imbler" had b eu 19 years t n tbe inarktt and tbat the rumors (which he acknowledged were in circulation) were instigated by rival .n.,niJ..r..rll Wu infiipint.1 i.n that, we eou l verv easilv find out whether or nt the "Rambler'; wa a s if wbM to ride if he would give us permission to watch the construction i t a tt or mem, out ne necnneu. t)ur uext tno e whs t place one of our members, who is we l known to you al in tha fvtorv as an ejnplove-lti the Hsstvubiing depsrnnenf.. Ho made application unci secured em ol v(iint in the course of a few days and thus had an excellent op it f ,a i,..r hid ic nn tliA hnildiiii? of t e "Ritutiler" whl. U spent tm it u v j in t Iih 1 , iotirv n rul i hen tendered hi resignation, at wbci ths foreman ex pressed reizrer, statin that h whs one of th best workmen in tbe room. Our rep-irt Is as follows: ' Fh 'Rambler' wht el of today In no wey compares timMUmMcr' nl ii lw worn A2D Not onlyJs the material used in its con- -trn..l.iri of . n mr i?rvd. hut th workmen h-h a erv inferior lot. Very few me- .hnr.l Mrpmrd ved in th facrorv and none of the mn wh.i were with Gormuly snd leff ery when r bev m-tde the wheel lamous are witn mem tojay, on account, w e a pa inf.iniipd of thn l(iw wni?es nniii. ihorJnra ikUUa nil memhpra ot tne ass iriation to ier tn isaoitt er aione aa ia an uritin frf wh-J m ri.tei and will not stand road work." Thi-rcnmmeind ition is made after a very careful study of the material ued ftnrl mthnd- nf rnHniifactiirinu tSe "Rambler." and we are assured tbat the reports are truin fact aud not inn'igated by jHlons rivals as dormuuy x Jt-n-ry assert. Itsnecuniiv, .Tnn vr vRT.so. OKIi: M. CHESMAN. HENRY ARKSOX, vommittee. NOTE For llcfutatlon Of Theaa Falaehoodn And Ths Claim That Such aComral'tco W'nm Annolnted We lief r To the 1'rraideu Of Any AaMoelated CycilnicciuD ii T!ie United 'tatesi. OIl HILLY JBITKlll nru.i;u. tnicsio. COlCIL I'HOLEBOIRU. An adjourned regular meeting of tbe common council of tbe yillage of Red Jacket was held in the council room on Tuesday evening. April 5, 1898, at 8 o'clock. Present Tresidnt John R, Ryan Thomas Gribble, II. R. Miller, John Kni -vel. James Lisa, trustees; and W. W. llis. clerk. Ths minutes of the last regular and -special meetings were read and on mo tlot approved. ihs following bins ana salaries were read and on separate, motions allowed -and ordered paid: OFFICERS SALARIES. - August Beck, marshal 175 00 The Monitor cigar is made by I. Gold smith, 228 Fifth street. Calumet. Mtockn. Last Nisht Closing. Allouex I 2 Arnold 13J Atlantic 28 Ashbed 2 Boston & Montana 187 Butte & Boston 25tf Baltic 12tf Calumet and Ucla 53.r Centennial VJ Franklin- 11 Humbolt 2tf Osceola 42 Qulney IU Old Dominion 27 Tamarack.. 1&5 Wolverine 21 This Morning 13)4 189 2 12tf 5W 12 42 27X 155 21 At The Boston Clothing House. It will buy a $15 00 Suit for...f 9 50 It will buy a $10 00 Suit for... 7.50 It will buy a $ 7 50 Suit for... 5.00 It will but a $ 3 00 Hat for... 1 9h It will buy a $ 2 75 Hat for... 1 45 It will buy a $ 1 50 Hat for... 1.05 It will buy a V 5.00 Pants for 2 50 It will buy a $3 00 Pants lor.. $1 50 It will buy a $150 Pants for.. 1.00 It will buy a $0.00 Boy's Suit 3 50 It will buy a $5.00 Boy's Suit 2.75 It will buy a $4.50 Child's 3 00 It will buy a $3 50 Child's 2 00 It will buy a $2.00 Child's - 1.00 THE BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE. 31 nrth Htaeet. Bed Jacket. We are makinor Suits to order from $13.50 to $25. Pants from $3.50 to $8. i25Z5Z5Z5Z5Z5252525Z525Z5ft25Z52 HERMAN'S STUDIO. No 20 Fifth Mtreet. Tie Best Ejaippel Plotonrrpli Gallery In the Upper Peninsula. All work finished Ant-class and guaranteed not to f ado OPERA . HOUSE OSB MOLIU WKKK. COTl.nK!- Monday, May 9th. BRYAB'S BHED INS 20-ARTISTS-20 Presenting a Repertoire of The Latest Comedies And Drams IMPERIAL SOLO BAND and ORCHESTRA HONIIAV NinilT 'Tho Cenauo Takor" R arcln I lay Friees f 10, 20 And 30 Cts. JOSEPH CKLA. SOT lias Opened a- PLUMB IN Q And STEAM FITTING BEOF on Oak street in the Walls building Where he Is prepared to do all kinds of steam nttinc, plumbing, tin work and the like. uatisraoticn guaranteed. A Share of the Fublio Patronage Solicited OPERA . HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY. Saturday, May 7th. . .A Great Event. . kpili! ; Umslrels T p rr 'or Navy, Tan or SU.UU Hmwn mixture Wool Suit ln. either circular or divided tkirts. Ttnee-button, lly trout jacket. g "7 CO 'r Tan. Plain or P I 3U Hiowh mixture Well made. Circular or divided sklrta. Fly front Jacket. $i f rr for our leautl 1 UiUU ful allwool mix tures In three b ados, brown and tan. Tne linett Jacket. A bargain. 25C f.or'wk, ernelt.. Well 50C fchl ChatltalnotSli wearouttoit. kl.V 1 1 Niagara, Crescent, Columl 0 II DIOVPI CO rnUIW I ULLUitM 30--PEOPLE --30 An Organization Composed of Talented Musiciansand Singers Including tome of thebeal known and most popular society ladie of tho city of Marquette. Under the direction of Mr. and Mrs, Gruendler HANDSOME; BRILLIANT "COSTUMES. MOSIC AMD - MIRTH - GALORE. Reserted sest tale will open at Ryan's store weanesaayatioa. m. Prices: 75 50 and 25 Cents. The lending trio. More v heIn sold by us to duto than all laitf Nonetoqual in quality. sMle nrd prlre. To your intnst to but s We have tnem. Prices, $25. $27.50, J35, $50 aod $75. j Wean iPsipi1 Tho lnrnrpflt sp.lnctionft ol new desicrns an - w r- - c i orings. We carry the goods in stock, and; ceiving you by selling single rolls" by u There is no such a thing as a single roll p Don't fail to see our up-todate line. ) S. Olson, Scott St., Calui EDWARD .. RYm If You Are In Need of Something Nice. Up-To-Date In Dress Skirts, Capes, Jackets. Now ........ a Chi? is the time to buy when the stock la complete. We have s Wf from and can certainly please you In regard to price, styio Bicycle Suits We are showing a line of the Popular . Hates In plain and fancy mixtures. Also sep erate aklrts, SHOES- Men's, beys.' ladles, mlsnes,' snd children's artlatlo footwear. Immense assortment of tan shoes and oxfords, denijrned and made by practical shoe makers In tan kid, chim cloth, vestry tops, nut brown, chooolate. tan, laced, button, wlh mfvllum weight soles. uiiuo uu kiut niviDg lasia Frt BR( To the tent le1 rUhtupi rsA n Ar5?n nnn "srs Have Removed To IrS... Ltmnniber Yfi On The 03ceo!a Road, j ss..Noar Tho Newtown School He L