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THE COPPElt CCONTRY LVBNtt.d NEWS, CALUMET, TflUBSDIY, MAY 20. 1808.
SECOND CALL sident McKinley Wants 75,000 More Men. UES HIS PROCLAMATION. Additional Volunteer Will Not Be Recruited from the Na tional Guard. tary ot War Alger Kays the Ilnllst- Vnt AV 111 H Open to All TliU Second I f .1, - ll.uTiilul Stl-oiKrtli .if II in -''"' iy iiHO.OOO MenOne llumlrc-tl and ve Thousand Volunteer ot the ,t full Already Mustered In. shlngton, May 26. The president issued a proclamation caning for more volunteers. This will make total army strength, regular and nteers, z&u,wu. lahlnston. May 26. The president AliFSued the following proclamation: y the president of the United OS. A proimumiiuii. Whereas. An aci or congress was oved on the 25th day of April, 1898, klcd 'An act declaring: tnat war ex- between the United States of Amer- Mnd the Kingdom of Spain,' and A'hereas, By an act of congress en- J 'An act to provide for tempora Increasing the military establlsh t of the United States. In the time kvar and for other purposes, ap ed April 22, 1898, the president is horlzed, in order to raise a volunteer My, to Issue his proclamation calling r lv.,inntppra to serve In the armv of United States. ' Wventy-Flve Thousand Additional. Kow, therefore, I, William McKln- prefcldent of the United States, by ue or me power veateu in nie ay constitution and the laws, and mine sufficient occasion to exist, )e thought It fit to call forth and pHby do call forth, volunteers to the Jregate number oi to.wv, in aaauion the volunteers called forth by my rlamatlon of the 23d day of April, he present year, the same to be ap tioned, as far as' practicable, among several states and territories and fcvLlSiriCl oi uoiuinuia. bitoi uiiib io Miulation, and to serve for two years, of each and the details of enllst t and organization will be made ugh the war department. n witness whereof, I have hereunto my hand and caused the seal of the ted States to be affixed. Done at City of Washington this 25th day rklay, In the year of our Lord, ons iM'sand eight hundred and ninety- jit and of the Independence of the ted States the one hundred and bty-second. "WILLIAM MCKINLEY. KiilUtmciitA Will He Open. rotary Alger said that the addl- V Jal volunteers called for will not be Ayuited from the national guard, as jf4"!- the first 125,000. but that the en- hients will be open. The regulations red to In the proclamation, under h the enlistments will be conduct lave not yet been prepared, and it oujrht that there is no occasion for frying In this matter until the full It called for In the first proclama- has been secured. It Is further d that the decision to l.-sue an ad r.al call for volunteers was not hod until the cabinet meeting Tues- The call, it is supposed here, Indl- s a determination to press the cam- n actively and vigorously from on. THIO VOLL'NTKEll AKMV. Hundred and Twelve Tlioiihimd Meu Have Ileen Mustered In. ashington, May 26. One hundred twelve thousand men have now mustered Into the volunteer army re United States and the official re- show that the greater number bese are ready to move to the front. r two?thlrds of the states have en y completed their musters and ild the emergency arise are pre J to begin anew the work Just com- d. The failure of some of the s. notably four or five in the south, rnlsh the men called for up to this . is a surprise to the army officers uty here, but Is ascribed not to a of patriotism, but to a belief proD shared by many of the national rdsmen who had home ties and bus- is connections which they couia nui I afford to give up that plenty of )r persons not so encumbered would ily be found to take their places. pie time will be given the states red to to fill the apportionment e by the war department and the fetation here Is this will be accom Ved without further unnecessary de- I Should any of the states default probability is that the fact will be rted to congress formally by the tary of war for sucn be deemed best under the clrcum- res. No resort can te naa io umu sures without explicit authority ?for from the national legislature. Engineer Corn for Cuba. ashlno-ton Mav 26. The war de- jment has sent to congress a bill the organization of an engineer with special reference to the V U of the army of occupation of yf K The engineers are needed es Vlly to erect fortifications, build "s. throw up earthworks, string tel Ph wires, and perform equally lm ant work In connection with the tments of an army into a hostile try. The estimate for the equip I of the corps has been prepared Will be sent in as soon as congress ,ts the necessary authority. Declaration of Neutrality, ishlngton, May 26. The consular rts give notice of the declaration of rallty by five countries, Russia, te, Venezuela, the Netherlands and Ua. Particular Importance at tn to the declaration by Venezuela r use her ports would be of great - ' i to the Spanish as places of refuge as possible coal supplies In the t that the declaration of neutrality j withheld. nely raJns give assurance of a -t crop In Washington In excess of ) but&els. TUE NEWS IS nillEF. w a "e'anfl, ()., except two are fortngZ0 dlHtrUl rrienfafement 19 announced of Jr.r 0 A" De W,,lant' "ussian charge fT f- T'sJeI1. "ne of the most beau tiful girls In Washington. elrCvharJ7 K' i!,1Ier f Ch,caK. lew e ry salesman, died at the Harper louse In ltuck Island, Ills. The autK" o?ny thTC, 18 eV,dtnce 01 d probably suicide. ftyuterpr,slng women from all Parts of the country will gather at Ta coma Wash., within two weeks to start for Alaska, where they propose estab lishing a town. The thirty-second annual encamp ment of the Wisconsin Grand Army of ! .epubI,c ned at Appleton with 1,000 In attendance. The "ills 7" at Nelhart, Mont., has Just declared a dividend of $40,000 for Us stockholders. State Treasurer Thilllps has called In $DD.00O 5s and $51,000 4VsS. reducing South Dakota's bonded Indebtedness to under $1,000,000 with no floating debt. The dead body of a male infant with out any clothing was found In the base ment of the Third Swedish Methodist church. Thirty-third street and Fifth avenue. Chicago. The fiftieth anniversary of the con nection of Professor Joseph Kmerson with Peloit college has been celebrated. William Kurzenknabe. secretary of the Columbian Leather company, Chi cago, committed suicide in the Hotel Brevoort, by shooting himself. Mrs. Shankie. aged 83, a cripple, while on the road near Warren, Mich., watch ing cows, was attacked by a woman, and pounded and. kicked until nearly dead. The thirteenth annual Cincinnati May musical festival was opened at Music hall under unusually favorable aus pices. Train Wreck at Pontine, Illi. Pontlac, Ills., May 26. An extra freight train ran Into the St. Louis pas senger train No. 8 near here. Two emp ty freight cars and one car of grease were badly smashed. There was no damage done to the engine or passen ger cars and no employes or passengers were hurt. The rumor that five tramps who were stealing a ride were Injured Is not confirmed. The smashed freight cars blocked the tracks and delayed the trains for an hour and a half. County TreaHiirer Ilcaten and Itohbed. Madera, Cal., May 26. County Treas urer Krohn was terribly beaten by rolberB at'12:C0 o'clock In the morning and the strong box of the county rilled of Its contents by the robbers. The treasurer was found In an unconscious condition in his office shortly after mid night. He had been beaten about the face with a 'billy" or sandbag but was not fatally wounded. Presidential Nomination. Washington. May 26. The president has sent these nominations to the sen ate: Postmasters: Illim is M. C. Mur ray. Saybrook; W. II. Steen, Braidwood. Michigan James Buckley, Petoskey; lienry H. Aplin, West Bay City; Will- lam J. Iiichards. ITnlon Clty THE JIAKKETS. Chleugo (iraiu and Produce. Chicago, May 25. Following were the quotations on the Board of Trade toda : Wheat-May, opened J1.G1. dosed $1.65; July, opened $110, closed $1.114; September, opened 8Sc. closed 87?;c; December, opened and closed Sc. Corn-May. opened 31Vc. closed S3c; July, opened ?e, Closed C4c; September, opened 3oc, (1sed 31'sc. Oats-May. opened L!c. closed 26?ic; July, opened closed 34c; September, opened 'c (--Ioh 2.'c. Pork-May, opened $11. . U. ciSf-d $11.75: July, opened $11 SO. closed 1 87,i. Lard-May. opened $C 122. closed $6.17Vi; July, opened $6.20, closed $6i?od'uce: Butter -Extra creamery. 1-c Per lb: extra dairy. 13c; fresh Peking stock. 9ff'LlvEf-frr!Sil . i, irifiiir Der doz. Live i ounrj Turtey g" 8cP per lb: chickens. 8c; 5k7fi6!4c. Potatoes-Common to Choice. 6070c per bu Strawberries Hllnols. $1.002.00 per 24-qt case. Clneago Live Stoek. Chicago, May 23. uarstimated receipts for the day, . nnn Talfs ranged at $2.7003.95 for 4o.000, sales rung $4.0504.15 for Pl8;h$ taking $4.054 40 for mixed. Ynd Umin to heavy packing and T;i int cattles-Estlmated re ,h S2 for the day 16.0C0; quotations celptA 2t 15 05(?T5 30 for choice to extra rangedA?ffl5 00 for good to choice do., rteerJ-i ?r flr to good. $4.00(fJ4.45 .$4.304.70 for fair to go . tM common to mea: iui wegtern tCherBt3 W4 40$ s fekers! $4.1004.85 steers, g-jjgjlj covg, $3.2004.70 heif-fwde5-o41 SlS en and stags ers. $2. 1 00 W o dui s, $4.0007.00 $3.6004.60 Texas steers andm$bEBtN veal calves. . bne;pthp day 20,000; quo mated receipts for "'westerns. East Buffalo. N. Y.. May 25. . J 7 qtevens. Live Stock Com Dunnlng &?nZ'st Buffalo, N. Y.. mission Merchants. Lastun . t qUOt; a5rt runV veals $5.500 6 25. eadyWc5ptso cars; market dull Hogs-Beceipis. o otnerB easy; and lower for ' "Kjt , $3.7503.85; Yorkers. Vunds up $4.150 4.35; mediums. 180 Pun Lambs heavy. $4.4004. i actlye and Receipts. 15 cars, m . top h,Rhv.er S'lOffBM-' others. $4.2506.00: 4-75, St. Loulu drain. St. Louis, May 25. riiffhof No. 2 red cash ele- Whea 79 g t?ack; $1.26: May, $1.27; vator,ftn?1;2ked- September. 85c bid; July. 99c fe(b0be2 hard cash. $1.25V4. December. 83c. No. - n Corn-Firm. no. ke(J 0atg 32y4c bid; gePh. 30c; track. 29H -Lower; 2 July, 244c; Sep- asr1 white-3i032c-Rye -N0m,naSnUvakee Grain. Milwaukee. May 25. r.,. No. 1 northern, $1.38; Wheat-pull. " juy, n.33. Oats No. 2 northern. $1.32. J" y-lCt Rye -iyjwcr; ariey-Neglected: No. 2 6K ' Detroit Grain. Detroit, May 25. OURNEffWK REAR ADMIRAL ERBEN, WHO WILL COMMAND THE MOSQUITO FLEET. !! Served With Credit In the Clll Wsr and Entered the Navy Wneo the An uapolli Academy Ww Id lu Infancy Smokeless Powder Tammany. NEW Yokk, Muy 26. Special. Lcsf is known by the public of today about Itcar Admiral Henry Krben. commander of the coast patrol, or "mosquito fleet, probably than almost any other officer In tho United States navy who has been so long a conspicuous member of tho service Yet ho should lw well known, for his lonjr career has Ix-cn highly creditable both to him and his country. Admiral Krlwn is now some yours pnst the retiring go and had there boon no wnr with Spain would have seen no more active service. Ho U a New Yorker by birth and entered tho navy ns a midship man in 1848, only throo years after tho founding of tho Annapolis acndeiny. when It was hardly moro than started. In fact In 15" ho was nmdo a passed mlsship man, received the title of master tho same year and a twelvemonth later wus ad vanced to tho rank of lieutenant When tho civil war had been raging alout a year, in 18i, he was promoted lieutenant commander, and ho served ull through that great contest with cllicient faithful ness. At Vicksburg his work as com mander of the Sumter called out special commendation, but ho did not get his cap tain's commission until 187'.). lie was made commodore in 18,:2 and rear admiral not long before- ho formally retired. lie was commandant of tho Brooklyn navy yard for several years. Admiral Erbon has witnessed tho entlro change of tho navy from sail to steam power. In 18.V., two years before tho breaking out of the civil war, ho was a member of tho United States cxpditlon to China, and his experiences include be ing afloat in a water logged Killing vessel 70 days, much of tho timo short of food and water. He commanded tho Chicago in 1894 when tho "white squadron," nucleus of our present navy, made Its famous cruise in European witcra and received special honors in London. Personally Admiral Erben is a truly typical sea dog. His bluff and hearty features aro adorned with bristling mus tacho and flowing burnsideu, bleached to the whiteness of snow, and his thought dome Is bare, but he still stands erect and his eyes still sparkle, especially when he thinks ho has occasion to be Indignant. His patience has been sorely tried by what ho has considered unduo delay In giving him facilities to protect tho mine fields lu tho harlor of New York, aud ho has been indefatlgablo In his efforts to secure the proper appropriation from congress, liclng persistent In end out of season in his attendance on that body. It was Erben who innclo uso ct tho classic remark a few days ago that some of the pilot boats or other craft which havo locn somewhat heedless of tho mines would probably havo to bo "blown to hell" be-fore their , com manders would learn that Uncle Sam meant just what ho said when he warned them olT. In private life Erlen is one of the moFt charming of men, and be numbers many devoted friends both hero ami lt Washing ton. As commander of the mosquito fleet ho makes ids headquarters at the Army and Navy building in this town. SmokeleM Powder. Tho somewhat tardy action of the gov ernment in preparing to make its own : 111:: . 's powder is hailed by omo New o:!.'ns n one of the surest signs that rathe : ' practical ideas are to rule In the fiiti:.. with regard to our artillery than in tho past. Those who are in the know will iv-t ip;ak with any deflnlteness of the causes which have kept this coun try behind every other civilized nation with regard to thU matter, but it is well understood here that tho reasons have been discreditable to somo one. It is a fact that Americans hnvo for years been able to manufacture lis good an article of smokeless powder as any ono in tho world and that nil sorts of efforts wero made as long ayo as 18D1 to In-, trod wo the American product. It was as long ago us 1 '.., if I mistake not, that most exhaustive tests were made with this lewder, tho results lnlng excellent as re gards iuitial velocity attained, action of tho powder upon the pieces and degrco of smokelessncss. For some reason, however, tho plan to introduce it never got beyond tho testing stage, although the backers of tho process had a well organized plant which could havo beon expanded without limit virtually in a very few months. It was in 1805, too, that a considerable consignment of American smokeless pow der was sent to Paris on the sptK-lal order of the French government, afterward bo ing tested moat satisfactorily in the French guns. It was one of the hearsays of that year tlmfc In some particulars our product was superior to the lest French smokeless powder and that arrangements wero mado with tho Yankee inventor whereby certain of his methods of manufacture wero ac quired by tho French. Concerning this I speak only from rumor, however, slnco when I nsked tho holders of tho invention alwut it they declined to give any Informa tion. Gambling In New Tork. Tho town is still somewhat stirred up over tho polico situation, and In spite of tho absorbing interest in tho Spanish war tho papers aro dally publishing a good deal about it. Undoubtedly the officials of the Society For tho Prevention of Crime, known better as the Parkhurst society, nre watching the moves of Tammany an closely as they would In time of pence. As to tho freedom from gambling houses which is said now to be a feature of New York, I am Informed by a man who Is getting ready to help start an antlgam bllng crusade by and by that the reverse is true. . ... "Tho gamblers aro not running wldo open, to 1k sure," said this man, "but they aro doing business, and they aro not making great efforts to conceal the facts cither. Only yesterday a friend of mine assured mo that from an iipiwr rear win dow of his house he could link down upon a faro game In tho back part of a houso fronting on the next street every night. Furthermore, ho had made investiga tion and found that it was not sjiecially difficult for a stranger to gain admittance to the game." . This man also drew my attention to the curious fact that a lawyer who is also a Tammany ofllccholdcr I at this time en gaged in defending a suit brought against two well known sporting men, the allega tion of tho plaintiff, a woman, being that they enticed her agent to play in their es tablishment and lose her oucy. D EXT Kit MARSHALL. THE CAR WAS SWITCHING. Bat It Caucd the Deepalr of Sleepy Lecturer In Search of Rest. "I have long made it a practico to alep whenever I get an opportunity, " said a man vdio lectures, "but a recent experienca in Baltimore has made me eby of opportunities. You see, I spend a great deal of time on railroad trains, and frequently, in order to keep engage ments, I am forced to travel at night. Now, I have great difficulty in getting asleep on a sleeping car, and sometimes I toss around all night. "Last week I lectured in Baltimore, and after the lecture I found a sleeping car in the railroad yard which was to be added to the train bound for New York. That was my opportunity. I bought a (section, hunted up the porter and nsked him if I might retire with the expectation of not bang aroused be fore morning. "'That's what the car is hero for, colonel,' he answered. 'Wo don't pull out till 1 :30 in the morning, and you can just go right to sleep. "That sounded inviting, and I retir ed. I fell asleep promptly. The move ment of the car aroused me, and, think iug that we had been coupled on to the New York train, I closed my eyes again. At that moment the car ran into some thing on the track with a crash and stopped so suddenly that my head was bumped u?ainst the end of the berth. Undoubtedly a smash up, I thought, and I proceeded to get out of my berth. The porter was sitting in the seat opposita " Tor heaven's sake, what is the trouble?' I asked. " 'Nothin, he replied; 'just switch in.1 "Back I crawled, feeling very cheap. Again I felt drowsy, and once moro the car was bumped violently, then shoved along tho tracks at a rapid rate and shunted into the end of another train, starting a series of crashes that sounded one after another clear away up the track. The quiet that followed lasted so long that I began to doze. Another bump harder than the previous ones aroused mo, and for tho next five min utes it seemed as if two engines must bo engaged in shunting my car back and forth for the fun of it. I would feel the car slide along only to come to an abrupt stop with a lot of noise. Then it would slide back to another track and stand still. For the next hour I was tossed and bruised in my berth, and I could stand it no longer. I crawled out and dressed as best I could under the cir cumstances, made a flying jump from the car on one of its shunting trips past tho station and went to a hotel and spent the night. The memory of that experience bus made me cautious about entering sleeping car that are loafing around the yard waiting to be coupled to a train, even if it does seem to offer nn opportunity to mako up sleep. Tho amount of shaking up that one man re ceives in a cur that is 'just switchiu' is surprising." New York Kun. . Tho Locality of I)Ueae. In an interesting articlo on the afens ! of diseaso the London Saturday Review j remarks upon the consensus of medical opinion that diseases in general havo ! their local habitations some, likotrop- ! ical nuimald und plants, living only in tho tropics; some, like consumption. craduallv spreading over the wholo I earth, while others, liko leprosy and smallpox, uro by degrees becoming liin J itcd in their distribution, possibly tend ' ing, it muy bo, toward extinction. On the other hand, however, there nre re gions to which diseases have never : reached, for instance, on the summits of i high mountain ranges and in tho cir cumpolar suowfields the earth and nir ' and water 'are as barren of the microbes 1 of disease as they aro of animal life. I The writer in The Kevicw admits that in a country like Britain, thickly popu 1 lated for many centuries, and with the ; freest circulation of population, it can 1 not be doubted that every yard of sur ! face contains the germs of the moro ! common diseases, and tho native of j some newer land brought over to Erit j aiu's shorts falls a victim to its plague stricken soil, but by generations of a destructive elimination Britons have become highly resistant to their native ' diseases, yet not fully so, for cancer and i consumption, two of tho most common scourges, still hold powerful sway. Evidence, "Think of it!" exclaimed the some what redan tio citizen. "A generation I or so ago boys were supposed to have a good knowledge or Latin Deiore iney were 16 years of age." "What of that?" inquired the mild mannered friend. "Doesn't that show that our pretend ed advancement in refinement is a mis apprehension?" "Not at all. It proves that we are more considerate and humane, and therefore more refined. Think of the : amount of corporal punishment it must take to give a boy a good knowledge 01 Latin before he is 10 years oldl" Washington Star. ! nHhhler In inv oninion. a man who writes an illegible hand docs it btcauso he thinks people are willing to puzzle over it. lu other words, he is a cbunk of conceit. Scribbler Not always. Sometimes a ' man writes illegibly not becauso he is conceited, but because he is modest, j Dribbler Modest? What about? I Scribbler About his spelling. New York Weekly. A rieaaant Chance. Koftleich You must excuse me, Miss Cutting. I'm not quite myself to night Miss Cutting How delightful, hew delightful I Introduce me to the other fellow, will you? Chicago News. A Doubtful Recommendation. Buyer Is this dog affectionate? Dealer I should say sol I have sold him four times, and every time he's come right back to me. Fliegende Blatter. Who have Introduced into Houghton county for the tirst time this beautiful, artis tistic and i.ki'lfui method of inserting teeth without platw, who will hi more thar pleased to explain this most exact method of imitating nature ltelf. Medical and Dental Institute Jj is progressive and at all t lines are wide awake to give to tbeir patrons painless and at the same time practical dentistry iu all branches. Telephone Connections Offices of lnstitue Corner of Seventh If you like to wear good Clothes call at The Mew Tailor Shop Corner of Oak and FlfibMtreeU over Decker Ham pie Room. Our prices ill be reasonable aud we guarantee satisfaction. Call and tee samples as we feel sure there is something in our line that will please jou. JOSEPH ICONJORA, Merchant Tailor Cor. Fifth and Oak Sts. Red Jacket Piano And Organ Instruction. Professor Favario, of Laurium, is now prepared to give instructions on pianos, organs or any other musical instrument. Ths professor is a graduate of one of the best musical colleges of Italy and he has a new method of his own which will teach new beginners to read music correctly nnd play any in strument in a yery short time, The protessor can be found at No. 324 Heel a street, Laurium, or telephone to Vairo Bros.. Laurium PIANOS AND ORGANS FOR SALE. Dr. Goldberg Returned After Spending Three Months at the Post Graduate Medical School & Hospi tal of Now York, Where Ho Received Four New Diploma. Ono lor ieiiUo-i:rlnnry IMa One for IMawes of Uie Mkln One for DUraseM of lliw Kjre One for operative Surjtery oftlic Kre. Dr.' Gold berg, of the we'l known lirni of Dr. Goldberg & Co., t"p'cialitt, of Detroit, has juHt returned there, with a uew suoply of the latest instrument: nfter spending some time in the variou hospitals of Nrtw York. The doctor went thereunder the direct supervision o the Post Graduate medical pcnool and hospital, and among tbe honpita H he was assigned to attend on certain dajs, were the New York Dispensary. New York Skin and Cancer Hospital, Bellevue Hos pital Uooseviit Honpital, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, Manhattan Eye aud Ear Infirmarv. and in additioo to these ppent two hour eveiy night at the Morgue making post-mortem examina tions and investigating those parts of the body which he makes a specialty t f treating and for which the Tost Gradu ate Hospital has given him a specila di ploma for work done. While there the doctor removed 10.4 cataracts and straightened over 300 pairs of cross eyes, same which he guar antees to do io a few moments' time. Tbe doctor is taking personal charge of the eye and ear department, so anyone suf fering with cross eyes, cataract, iritis, conjunctivitis, stye, granulated eyelids, drooping eyelids, weait eyes or want to have their eyes tested for glasses shou d consult him, as all examinations, advice, consultation and fitting of glasses are '"incidentally, it may be stated that the doctors do the largest practice in the Rf t f Michigan on all chronic, nervous, J delicate, private, blood, kin, kidney J liver, bladder, stomacn, lemaiennu r..a. oieeases. All consultations ana exami nations are Ireeof charge If you are ail Inu and cannot fee the doctor in person send for question blank torhome treat m nt. Their address is, Dr. Goldberg & Co., 291 Woodward aienue, Daroit, M'cb. The doctor has written a book oneje diseases, which be will eend to anyone wilting for it, free of charge. Hammer tlenort. a nrientP fAmilv at Niagara Falls, N. 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