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THE COPPEtt CGDNTRY EVENING NEWS, CALUMET, THURSDAY, JULY. 7 1893.
fi 11911 Text Boots W8AC,f 1897 J11 SnfV Says KegcAiuiuB Them. 4,e Board of Commissioner. ,TI.t l'a AfttV J"ary fi dTn Motion of tbe ACt HUOir- ..A- 1DD7 aiutttl '?i ieimmMonew, tbi board after b0 Ji 1890. adyertiees for sealed IforlarniHhins: text book, for ro;" f0roein the primary school State, and lorbidt from author. ,tfieSta hve manuscripts of CsJn(1 .. nnhlisbed. for D'icea at JTStwUi -n their mapt. .1,0 from Dereon wnu -Sake the compilation of a book or bSi'oD 3 limits the retail prices, which Wit i ao0014" y" ides that the contractor JJeell for cash to all irerchants and lersand toeuch scnooi aiaincm hereafter fur- are DOW iuru.Hu.6, j free text books, at prices uw . . m :AAa and fnr nnrnnim K.ln rPLUll uiivcd, -v. .w. i - LLwroduction into schools in exchange ,?tbe books in use, at a discount oi nor cent below the retail price. Section 8 requires the books to be used ia all the common or primary schools of the State except in districts furnishing free text books or in districts voting not AJome under the law. filiations answered as per eircular of r H Schults. manufacturer and publish- t, Manistee. Mich. Suppose a district nt not to come under the unitorm text- iook law, in order to avoid being cotu- illed to use text books now unknown, -Awards the books are found satis- lactory, can the district obtain them as eipyas though they were under the aw. Answer Yes. Ii there anything in the uniform text took law which obliges districts there mder to furnieh free text books? An- Xo. A Ilare Treat. Efforts are being made to secure the 'm Fence Giants, the champion colored iweball players of the world, for a series i' tames with a team composed of picked . yayers from the the Hancock ana taiu- ;jues. xi BaiiBiaciory ttrraugeiueuin T"o be made, the games will be played Jeing ball players, the giant' are all Jroand jood fellows, and last season rnished no end of aacusement to the of Houghton and Hancock, be- yi?iDg them an exhibition of bast--T"T3eldom seen outside the national ague; bat for some reason the giants id not come to Calumet, and so the eopleof this city will be given an oppor inity to witness the colored champions ir the first time. 'X. Ofllcera Installed. it a regular meeting of Osceola Coun I. No. 7, P. D. 1. 0. It. M.. held Tuesdsy pin;, July 5, the following officers m installed by Ellen Dakin. D.D. O. P.: Prophetess-Mamie'EddT. P'OCOllOntai-RlirAhnth Imah-Ellen DaWin. ' Attftn nnrf. Wl1.ni. Tinier of Records -JoBeph Chynoweth. Assistant Chief of Records-Emily Hampton. Keeper of Wampum-Annie Carab. P'lnt Scout-Delia Kinsman. focond " -Grace E. Andrews. I lft Runner-Louisa Watson. jecond -Ella Maynar.1. -I-HIIWarrlor-Abigal "arris. ri-w-T"1 " -Sarah Danieil. ourth " -Susan Oundry. '"t Councillor Martha J . F. Freeman, econd j0illlnn. IIa,. fuard of Wigwam-Susan Knight. " Forest-Mary J. Warne. ruitee for Full Term -Elizabeth Blackney. tberHtepm Ills Profession. Asws isindeed irlad t.n Wr that nr. mfr Lawbaneh hA riimherf nniw und in the laddem! M. rf0a.i. Sbefa aauced from uu asawtau'tship m jnstructorship at the Chicago Poh HCinthedenarrm0t tik.i rnng the absence of the eenior prw 71 t0!Durn who l ay on his 'on. Dr. Lawbaugh has full charge, the policlinic is a school for the In uction of graduates in medicine who 're t0,Pue special Instructions after auation.tharii j. u rZX profe9-ors think of the doctor. DSa Mpects to be at 7M about the 1st of September for aayi, when iia j ti olted profe8ionally. The itfxf i' Nnce calling ai,n"on to the meagre- lafK Db8Cr,pt,on wh,ch na been f the office, the following amounts L lu anaei In: PJ 8temmiel KM Lyon 1 W I vcrw:::'; i w r Ry e w JLW'j.a- J no fntBmUh::::;; J ?2 r-ecjaciia.. w rmotipealr ,.iii..n.. . : """"f vaiumn and vi- f .Tn oo 1 0o An interesting case was held before Judge Fisher, yesterday afternoon, the complaining witnees being Mr. Charles Kline and the defendant, Mr. Antwoine Bruner. who was formerly an employee of Mr. Kline. It seems that some time ago Mr. Bruner took one of Mr. Kline's rigs and went for a drive, but while out driving the rig was smasnedby a pasHing team. A number of other little incidents happened from tbattimeuntil Mr. Bruner leTt Mr. Kline's employ, which so pro voked the latter that he decided to bring suit against the defendant for 14.02; claiming f 35 00 damages tor the rig and 19.02 for back rent, wood, etc. The jury after beiog out a short time rendered the following verdict: "No cause for action." jane Weather. The mean temperature for the month was 57.01; the highest temperature was 87, which was on the 23d, and the low est 40, which occurred on the 10th: the mean maximum temperature was 07.70, and the mean minimum -17.53. The rainfall for the month was 0.43 inches; the average for the month of June for the last ten years ending with June 30, 1897, was 2.40 Inches, showing that for the month of June just past 4 03 inches more than the average have fallen. Hand llall. M. L. Efflnger and Fd East played two games ' in the tournament yesterday afternoon, each winning one game, score, 21-18 and 12-21. Following is the mem bers' standing in the tournament: Won. Lost. Johnson 4 0 Larson 0 0 Jones 3 2 Efflnger 4 3 Hast 4 3 Fox 1 2 McDonald 0 2 Koirupalo .0 4 Mr. John Lehtikangas,of Laurium.bas lodged complaints against eight saloon, keepers of Laurium for keeping their sa loons open on Sunday, May 22. War rants were issued today by Judge Le gend re and are for the following: John Sustaricb, James Archie, Frank Distel, William Flo off, Dan Sullivan, Joeeoh and Dominick Vairo and Michael Sullivan. Besides warrants for the above, there will be twenty-one more issued tomorrow for Red Jacket saloonkeepers. Through some oversight, the concert given by the Calumet band on the after noon of the Fourth was not mentioned, but it is safe to say the concert was much enjoyed, and it is easily seen that the band Is as good as it ever was and in tends to be a great deal better, as there are more players expected in a few days. The band wss under the direction of Mr. F N. Bosson on the Fourth, and be seemed to handle the organization like an old-timer. To Get Kven With 21 as sm an. ' Last night Mr. Mobsman inserted an ad In the Evening News stating a boy was wanted and to apply at the News office. The editor bad scarcely fioished his supper before a rush was made for the position and it has continued ever since, Ic is Mr. Massman who wants a boy, so applications had better be made to him direct, as he, no doubt, has plenty of time to recti ye the applicants. There will be a mass meeting at the Y. M, Q. A. Hall next Sunday afternoon, the occasion being their fourth anniversary. The State secretary. Mr. C. M. Copeland. will be present, and a special program of music has been arranged for. It will be interesting to hear the annual reports o the different officers and committeemen. All members and friends, both ladies and gentlemen, are earnestly requested to te present. llaeklen'a Atnlea Halve. The best salve in the world for Cutsi Bruises, Sores, Tlcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi tively cures Files or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by D. T. Macdonald. Calu met, and Belbumuer's, Lake Linden. Miss Beseie Phillips, of Rockland street, went to Iebpemibg Saturday to spend the Fourth, and after having bad a very pleasant time returned home Tuesday evening. Bert Curtis left on the afternoon train to spend his vacation with his nncle on the Mackenzie farm in the Red River Val- We carry a full line of polishes for brass, nickle plate and silver also bar keeper's friend. Cahlton Hardware Co. A family of two wants to rent four or five room house. Anyone wishing desira ble tenant please aDDly at News office. ' Wanted A competent girl to do gen eral housework. Apply to Mrs. J. M. Merton, 1145 Calumet avenne. Tainters' supplies. Standard goods. At Solomonson's Hardware, North Front street, Red Jacket. - ulrl Wanted. Applv to Mrs. Bowden, north end of Fifth street, Red Jacket. Ladies who appreciate a good pair of hears can find them, m all sizes, at Carl ton HardwareTo's. Girl wanted to do general housework, apply to Martin Jenkin, 109 Cedar Lane. Waktid An experienced porter, ean Cad employment at the Arliciton. Gooi for Wolverine. Important Mining Deal Completed at HouRh ton Today. Acquires Cennldirable Land. Will He a Big Boon to the Company and Add to Lease of Mr Con sideration 8130,000. An important mining deal was consu mated this morning at Houghton, wbn tbe Wolverine Mining Company purchased at chancery sale, the west half of the northwfut quarter of section seven, which lies directly . west of their present work ings. This is certainly a great boon for the Wolyerine, as it will add many years more life to the mine which certainly should act as a bull pointer. This deal has been pending for tbe last year, so the news of tbedeal will be bailed with delight by tbe stockholders t! the Wolverine. The consideration was 1130,000. Workmen have commenced excavating for tbe new church at Laurium which will be known as the Zion German Re form church and will be erected on the lot near the Laurium school. The foun dation will be of red stone and tbe build ing will be frame, 32 feet wide by CO feet long and will hold 300 people. One o' tbe latest improvements will be the seats which will be mi.de of ashwood as will also be the railing. There is also room Mt on the lot to build a parsonage which will probably be done in tbe near future. The church will be completed about the latter part of August, Two men, who from their age should have known betier, were arrested by Nightwatchman Rtukel on Sunday even ing for firing off firecrackers in the streets and not desisting when ordered to do so they were fined $2 each for their fun. As one of the offenders is about to go to tbe front it is probable he was desirous be coming ured to the firing of guns by starting in with this mimic warfare. Mrs. Eva Nappa. tbe mother of Mr. Isaac Nappa, died at her eon's residence in Fifth street on the 7th Inst at the ad vanced age of 96 years, 4 months, 21 days, being probably the oldest person in this district. Mrs. Nappa was born in Finland and had six children only two of whom are now living. The deceased will be buried in Hancock. Tbe Rev. Father Hodnik, who said his first mass in tbe Austrian church here about two years ago and who was on his way to Europe to visit his old home, Is believed to haye been on the iff fated yeesel which sunk with so many passen gers off the coast of Nova Scotia last Tuesday morning. Next Sunday afternoon the Y. M. C. A. will celebrate thtir fourth anniversary. Annual reports of the differentcommittee men and officers will ba given, and the address of the occasion will be given bv State Secretary C. M. Copeland. of De troit. Special music has been arranged for. irilne Hoarding House for Male. Being about to retire from business shall be glad to dispose of all tbe furni ture and fittings in the Tamarack board ing bouse. This is a good chance for an industrious couple to make money. Ap ply on the premises. Mrs. Collins, Panl Fromholtz, son of Charles From holtz, of Seventh street, lately went up for examination under tbe civil service rules. His standing, 87.6, placed him at the bead of the applicants and be has been appointed to a clerkship in tbe Calu met post office and will commence his du ties there next Monday, Merchants' 4c Miners' Bank. Calumet, July 5, 1898. A dividend of four (4) per cent on the capital stock of this bank has this day been declared by the directors, payable July 15 to stockholders of record this date. H. 8. Colton, Cashier. Mr. John Murnl and Mies May Bkufeo wera married in St. Anthony's churrh yesterday. The afternoon waa spent in driving around with friends and In the evening the guests sat down to a wed ding supper, after which the rest of the evening was spent In dancing. The Knights of tbe Golden Eagle are making great preparations fortheir cele bration at the Athletic park on the 23d of this month. Tbe race reserved tor members only Is the two mile 'race, aad for which a f 5 emblem is the prise. All the other races are open, At the St. Louis church yesterday, Mr. Homer Beauchene and Miss Sophie La londe were united In marriage. The wedding was a quiet one, only the neir relatives being present. The happy couple will live in their new residence In Bollmann's addition. . Te Ceaapanr Esaplojreee. A person not aneaplovee living In Blue Jacket is deeir us of exchanging tbe four rooms be now rents for similar or more rooms in Laurium. Apply at the insur ance office over tbe First National Bank, Red Jacket. The German Aid Society will celebrate their tenth annual picnic in tbe good old way at their park at Section 16 on July 18. Tbe Calumet band has bt en engaged to furnish music for tbe day and evenltg and a good time is promts d all who at tend. ' I have opened a' millinery store and dressmaking rooms at 443 Sixth street, and would like to have the ladies call and inspect my goods and leave a trial order for work. Mrs. H. C. Vandenburg. Stoves and ranges from f 9 up. Stand ard goods. Remember we lead in prices. Our motto Small profits and quick re turns. John Solomonhon, City Hardware, North Front street. The committee of arrangements of re. union ior Knights of the Golden Eagle will meet next Saturday evening at the residence of Joseph R. Biecombe, North Tamarack. Lost A dark bay horse, with black main and tail and white star on forehead, also small round the neck. Finder please return to Tom Shea'i liyery and receive $5 reward. Messrs. Charles Hodge and William Uren, both of Hancock, passed through the city yesterday on their way to the Arnold mine. Lost On the Fourth, in Red Jacket, a black astrakhan collarette. Finder please return to tbe News office. We have a bandy bouse scales, just tbe thing for use ib putting up fruits. See them at Carlton Hardware Co's. Lost On July 4. a gold ring with ruby setting. Finder leaye same at this office, and oblige. Mr. W. F. Fnzgerald and wife drove do wn to the Arnold mine yesterday. JUST LIKE THE FOURTH. New Orleans Is Ablace With Fireworks at Christmas Time. "Boys and f?lrls parade up and down the strcots of New Orleans on Christmas eve, making a discordant din with tin trumpets ajjd various other Instruments of torturepausing onco in awhilo to join somo grdup around a bonfire and help shoot wore firecrackers," writes Julia Trultt Bishop in describing Christmas nt New Orleans in The Ladles' Homo Jour nal for July. "Tho older people tako part more recklessly, and there Is great excite ment ov. the shooting of lirecrackcrs, which 'explode before one is ready for them and scatter tho . . laughing crowd. Standing In tho upper galleries ouo may see tho entire city crossed and rocrossed by a shining network of fire. It is like a scene from fairyland, this midnight ky of Christmas eve. Tho rockets shoot up through broad, tropical palm leaves and part tho glossy follago of tho magnolia in their swift flight, while the splendid branches of the unchanging live oak throw tho earth beneath into dcejKT shadows be eauso of tho fiery trails in tho tky above. "Tho fun logins again betimes tho next morning with greater enthusiam than ever. Now, Indeed, tho juveniles prow reckless, and whole packages of firecrackers go off at one blow, anil tht boys who were firecracker boys yesterday aro skyrocket boys today. Ah night comes on the frolic has risen to a delirium of fun. Stacks of brilliant fireworks and boisterous fire crackers go off at once. An extravagance of joy takes possession of tho younger population, and tho streets arc ablaze with explosives and the. air is heavy with pow der.' Xn'('.'iiMiil vt. Washington, June CO. The news from the yellow fever region Is of an encour aging nature. There are no n?w cases at McHenry. Miss., to which point and a suburb a few miles out the fever has been confined, and while a number cf other places In Mississippi and else where have been quietly Investigated on reports of discoveries, none of therr. have shown the existence of the dis ease. HOTEL ARRIVALS. THE CALUMET HOUSE. JCD P. NORTH, PROP. F. L. Tower and wife, Boston; W. F, Fifigerald and wife, Boston; H. F. Alex ander. Milwaukee: M. W. Ward, Milwau kee; T. U. Ltnir, Uocghton; R. J. Hill, Houghton; O. VanAlstyn, Chicago; Evan Edwards. Appleton, Wis., J. A. Fuller, Chicago: P. M. White, Milwaukee; Jchn McRae, Central mine; S. MeDonnel and Son, Hancock : II. Yenden Chicago. THE ARLINGTON HOTEL. MERZJtMCIR, PROPS. F. C. Hsgle. Boston; S. Schniber. Mil. wankee; H. B. Hannar. Chicago; W. M, McFberson. New York; Christ Anderson Chicago; Jncob Dolf, Marquette; J. Wertbaus, Chicago; J. O. McCallum, Marquette. Advertised Letter List. Calumet P, O.. July G. 1898. Ark ey. Joseph Lee, Miss lletto, Mrs Ma ffle Leso. Joslp Blom, Miss Hannah Mydlarz, Yen Brown. Mrs. John MoNeil, Chas Ilertono, Catterina Mewnor, Frank Cavio. Psval Mswaske, Martin Palberr, Mrs. Tea Makl. Miss llelka Panlelson. Kev. A. Mossa, Geo. Erickaon, Mrs. Mlna Mustoeen. Panva Finlns. Givraum Nilson, Miss Uuida F. Oauialei.A. Nlkltna. Alex Hansen. Jo&n O. Oliver, Mitts Oereva Huddles ton Miss Tlllda Prince. Frank Hazel ten. Mrs. Wm ' Pateneande, Phil. II Horvat, MarIJa Palmer, Mrs. Widow Hrlbrvl, Moljb Pmitb, Wm, II. 3 Jurmu, Herman Piebel, Joe Johnson, William H 8 win ton. D Jerwan. Bah Sorsseln Artelkari Krall, Alvis Pcbuman. Miss G Kallstaja, Yaakollr Tarlo, Jacob Kokko, John Terwan. Anno Kultu, Johan Torkkoola, Frana Konder, Mate West, Mlsa Jennie KolruroTa, Fetter Watenn, Gerraa F Lenardo. Oulteppe Wolklewlct, Yan Lyons, Mrs Marr Yafer, John Lunditrom, Mis W W, H. Hoiking, P. If, Combination Photos, all sizes at the City Art Studio, Foil Sale A good No. 1 cow for sale cheap. Apply to George Jacka, Eighth street. Look writ Photos (not only for a time but forever) are easy to get at Steck bauer's. .otlce. Camping tents and shooting goods going cheap at City- hardware, north front street, Red Jacket. Charles Heap Sells and makes shoes, boots, sboepacks, etc. Cheap repairing a specialty done at lowest prices, in fart, lower than any shoemaker in town. When you want a nice pair of boots or nboea made to fit and to look tasty call on me. Remem ber I do it cheaper than anyone el. Re?pectlully, CiiAitLtH Kemp Opposite Oicar Keckouen's hardware store, Fifth street. Wanted A good capable girl for gtc eral housework. Apply at 1111 Calu met avenue. Impounded at the Calumet pocsd, black horse, with white feet. Apl)y to Sam Millmgton, poundmasfr. Illryclf to Kent. Thirteen bicycles and a tandem to rent by the hour or day by George Cornish. 4 .'5 3 Heda street, Laurium. We handle frames, all-sizes and stW however, we make a specialty of besaUI s!zes. Nobby goods. ' W. E. Stkckbafxu. Tbe largest assortment of first-elaso nianos and organs in tbe country can be seen at my hew store, 210 Osceola St. Laurium. My prices are less than the name goods are sold for in Chicago. I -all and see tbe choice instruments wbieh X am felling at figures less than others ar& atkiog for inferior goods. F, J. GoonsoLjr, Nut to Rickard 's Photo Unlt-iy. ADMIRING GLANCES. Are always bent owed upon those wearing our exquisitely finished weHrv; apparel. Our stock of summer fabrics cannot be equalled for beauty and ex eiie t of material, in all the new checks, overplaidn, casMimeres cheyiots, Havana umQ olive brown, serges, tweeds, etc. We have never yet failed to please the most fas tidious dresser in style or fit. THE EMPIRE TAILORS, CALUMET, MICIL, D. Horwitz, Manager, Opposite Shea's Livery, Oak street. Piano And Organ Instruction.! T f T ! -i T : 1 t i. i! m ruicwur c nvanu, ui Liuuriuui, is uuw prrpareu tu Kve lUBirucuuut) ua pianos, organs or any other musical instrument. Tbe professor is a graduate of one of tbe best musical colleges of Italy, and he has a new method of bto own which will teach new beginners to read music correctly and play any in strument in a very short time, Tbe professor can be found at No. 324 Hecla street, Laurium, or telephone to Vairo Bros., Laurium PIANOS AND ORGANS FOR SALE. We Appeal to Our Friends and Patrons TO JOIN WITH US AND THOUSANDS OF PATRIOTIC CITIZENS THROUGH OUT THE COUNTRY IN RAISING AT ONCE A . . . 1R1EL0EF $100,000,000 Needed in 30 Days. To Care for Sick and Wounded Soldiers and Starving Cubans We with other business house throughout the country are volunteering to take subscriptions for this National Relief Fund, to be expended by !kki in rass wmti AND THE Central Cuban Relief Committee, Appointed by President McKlniey. Kvery subscriber who 'gives at least 1.00 will be pre sen ted with a copy of the beautiful picture, "The Acco lade," now on exhibition at our office. Call and see it. This picture will be a beautiful historical souvenir of this great uprising of the American people to defend and set free outraged Cuba. Every patriotic American should subscribe at once! Your Help is Needed! Our Boys are at the front! Let us stand by them! We do not receive any commissions of any kind, and no profit is made by any persons from this fund. Subscriptions Reeeived at Our Office. The Best Is Th Cheapest I THE Henry F. Miller .. PIANOS J)?7$& Packard Burdett Organs H.F. Miller Noted For Lasting And Sweet Tone Iyers & Fool, Brim & Crown pianos. Henry F. Miller &Soms Piano Co, BOSTON PHILADELPHIA AT FRANK J, GOODSOLES'S NEW STORE 240 Osceola Street, Laurium, MANUFACTURED BY THE