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THE COPPElt CODNTRY EYENttG NEWS, CALUMET, MONDAY. JULY 18 1893.
Mr Cemetery. The Catholic Societies Consecrated One Yesterday. Torn Out In Large Numbers lo dhow Their Interest In tu Pro r edlD-Tue Bishop Conduct ed th Ceremonies. With pomp and ceremony the Catholic people of this city yesterday afternoon dedicated the new burial ground tor the'r dead which is located immediately to tbe east of the Lake View Trotestant grounds. It was 2:30 o'clock when tbe different Catholic socieMes that were to participate in the ceremonies bepan to congrpgate at the St. Louis French church and from which place the proces sion left for the cemetery at 3 o'clock. Despite the warm weather, the thermom eter standing m tbe neighborhood of 100 the procession was an unusually long o-e and extended for nearly a quar ter of a mile. The procession went up Main street to Tine to tbe new cemetery, a distance of nearly two miles, in the fo' lowing line of march: Hod Jacket Band, fit. Jean Baptlste Society. Calumet Band. Zalozone TollBh goclety. T. 8. S. K. Polish Boclety. St. Anthony Court, C, O F. DiviBion No. 2, A. O. II Austrian Band. St Joseph's Austrian Society. Tamarack Band. K. 8. N. P. D. Austrian Society. Croation Benefit Society. St. John Austrian Society. Bishop Vertln and Priests in Carriages. Citizens in Carriages. At the cemetery hundreds cf people had coneregated to witness the ceremonies and on the arriyal of the procession the erounds were fairly blaik with oeople The ceremonies that consisted of the blessing of the new resting place for their dead 'was conducted by the Right Rev Bishop Vertln, of Marquette, assisted by nearly all the priests of the county. The services though brief were conducted with great solemnity and went off yery smoothly and those condulting the cere monies are to be congratulated on the successful manner eyerything went off. From the Front The following is a synopsis of a letter receiyed yesterday Irom Louis Ethier, son of Mr. and -Mrs. Alex. Ethier, ot Scott street, who is now at the front a member of Company F. of Houghton. Tbe loiter was dated June 28: We arrived here at a place called (Juan taimo.in Cuba, yesterday afternoon, We are all well. They speak about this being a terrible country, but so far we find it much better than we did in Virginia. The weather is yery warm but there are large shade trees all around so we are yeay much pleased with the place, in fact it is much better than we thought it would be. The water Is also much better than what we had in Virginia. This is tbe place where tbe first landing of troups was made. Now there Is about 1.000 Cubans here and they will do any thing we ask them to do. They say that there is little chances of the boys seeing any fighting. We are about nine miles Irom the city ot Santiago, and they say that the regular army men are now with in five miles of that city and continually hemming the Spaniards in. It is expected that the American fleet will bombard the forts at the entrance of the city of Santi ago today. The officers think that when Santiago is taken we will be stationed there to hold it. The Cubans say the Spaniards are cowards and will surely run when they see our army. Our camo ia in a vallev and the scenerf is yery pretty. Cocoanuts grow on the palm trees. They are not quite ripe now but we can drink the milk. The lime tree also grows here whose frnlt Is almost like our lemon. Our Caotain said this morning that after we are here a short time we can eat all these fruits without fear of being siek. He said no one should worry that we were all eafe here. We are about one-half mile from tbe ocean and all our company will go In bathing this afternoon. At Camp Alger we bad to walk about three miles to go bathing Don't worry it my letters do not come regularly. I will write often. The only thing being tbe chance to mail them, but will do tbe best I can about that. I have a camera with me so I can get a great many pictures to show yon when I get deck. The Ilechablte Celebration. On Saturday afternoon the.Rechabttes oi Calumet Indulged in their annual re union. After parading the streets of the city, headed by the Red Jacket band they marched to the Tamarack grove where the day was yery pleasantly spent in outdoor amusement. In the evening a novel feature in these parts.an open air concert was triven. and which was at tended by large numbers ot others than Rachabites. All the numbers on the pro gram were well rendered and receiyed The manuel ot arms and the bayonet exercises according to British Infantry tactics, gone through by a sauad of ex- British soldiers, was the number on the program, and from the precise manner the tactics were gone through elicited Rreat applause. Their Annnal Picnic. Tomorrow the German Aid society will Rive their annual picnic at h Section Sixteen nark. This event Is looked for ward to from one year to another by both old and younj, and should the weather crave favoratla.lt will beat- tezizS fcj ptcIj Iron all o?tr tb copper country. The society will meet at their hall la the Wiltner buildiojj, from which place, headid by the Calumet band, they will parade the principal streets of the city and proceed la a body to the park. There tbeday will bepeutin merrymaking and dancing and other amusements In dulged in. Refreshments of every de- serlDtion will be served and the usual good time is i romised. Ia the evening a ball will be given at Wilmers Hall as a fitting wind-up of the day's doings. Stages will be run between the city and park during the day and evening. Yellow Jaundice Cured. Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means possible for Its relief. It Is with pleasure we publish tbe follow ing: "This is to certify that I was a ter rible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for oyer six months, and was treated by some of tbe best physicians in our city and all to no avail. Dr. B.ll, our drug gist, recommended Electric Bitters; and after taking two bottles, 1 was entirely cured, I now take great pleasure in recommending them to an v per bod suffer ing from this terrible malady. 1 um gratefully yours, M. A. Uogarty, Lexing ton, Ky." Sold by U. T. Macdonald, Calumet, and at Bel humour's, Lake Lin den. AH Aboard fjr the Cant 1! Don't forget the excursion of the Red Jacket Congregational church to Port age Lake Canal on Thursday next. It will leave the railroad station at 8 o'clock Tnuisday embarking one hour later at Hancock on the beautiful and commodious Uennes barge and will reach the entrance to the canal an 10;30 giy- log almost the entire day to romp and recreate on the shores of Lake Superior. Music, games, and sports and a jolly good time. Don't fail to go. Ensign and Mrs. Galley, ot the Salva- tion Army corps of Minneapolis, con ducted services at the Salvation Army barracks yesterday In tbe Interest of chil dren's work. The ensign is a very inter esting talker and all the meetings were well attended and conducted, much good being done. The German picnic will be followed to morrow evening by a grand ball at Wi! mers' nail at which Morgan's orchestra will furnish the music. A cordial Inyita- tion is extended to all and an enjoyable time is promises as this event never fails in being a great success. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gareau took ad- vantaee of the cheap rates totanaaa and left last eyening on the special train on a visit to Mr. Gareau's old home. This is the first time In twenty-five years that he has yisited the scenes of his child hood. Mr. Christof Fox, of Houghton, tranp. acted business here today. Mr. Fox will be a candidate for the nomination for county treasurer on the Republican ticket, and he incidentally looked after his fences at this end of the line. The weather oi yesterday and today was the warmest experienced here this season and hundreds of our people spent yesterday at the lake shore where tbe cool breezes from off the lake weregreatiy appreciated. Mrs. James MacNausrhton, accompan led by her daughter, arrived In the city th afternoon from Iron Mountain ana will yisit for a time at the home of her lather, Mr. John Morrison, oi Laiumec ayenue. ltalari & Ulseth. tbe contractors, have inat. -omoleted etaht new dwelling houses on the ground adjoining tne oacrea TTAftrfc Heart church. Tbe bouses will be rented to employes oi tbe company. Xfra. John Baudoin. of Waterworks street, on Monday underwent a surgical Deration at tbe Calumet and uecia nos- pital. The patient Is now aowar as nice ly as can be expected. VnnHii.E-A carload of horses Just hrnn rhr from Iowa for nice driving and for general nse; tbe nicest lot that ever truck town. Call In rear ot tne layior Jlouee, Fifth street. v.itnarndlnr that Saturday was payday at several ot the mines here. both Saturday and Sanaay were uuu.uauj auiet. No arrests haye so far been re- ported. im..r.frthA Portaee Lake people to transact businef s here to ay were Messrs. o. nnorioil. Lessinir Karger, S. E. Cleaves, It. D. Light and H.S. Henwood, xt . wmum BIot. who has been visit Ingat Milwaukee, Chicago and other cities the past month, retnrnea nomc on Saturday's afternoon train. Born On Thursday the 14th Init., to vr- mA if r.. Will Marston, a dauahtcr. Both mother and child are doing nicely. Thi farmers in this Tlclnlty are now In homMatolhaTini. So far the crop Is reported as being nnnsoally heavy. w. hmwm a handv house scales, last the iLi t .... th nnfftnir dd fruits. Bee IDIDft ir ww r ' ' them at Carlton Hardware Co . Look wril Photot (not only for a time tAM. m eaar to set at ocecK bauer'a. , WiKTiD At once two fancy Ironers. Houghton Btxam Laundry. rvn 15) 1U Spanish Papers Say Ca mara Has a "Show" Squadron. Pelayo and Carlos Are All Right Situation at Santiago Less Serious Than Feared--Only 300 Cases Now Ke ported From There. SPECIAL TO THE EVENING NEWS. Copyrighted 1808 by American Press Association! Madrid, July 18. Some papers publish distressing accounts of the condition of Camara's squadron. They say the battleship Te layo and the cruiser Carlos are in good condition, but the others ire generally show vessels. The ministers, in statements to papers, continue to declare that peace is Impossible under the present con ditions. Wasiiincvon, July IS Official advices from Santiagu place en. tire number of fever cases at 800 or less. The situation is less serious than feared. An order has been given to complete all preparations that Watson's squadron may sail the end of this week. The army of invasion to men. Camp Neak Santiago, July 1G. nitely settled, arms to be turned troops will be marched out as !11 lio linnlorl lntvn nil d tUlUl O tit -"-' " o'clock. Signed, Washington, July 1G Toral's to retain their arms denied and the guns will become the property of United States. Spanish prisoners at Santiago will sail for Spain not later than the 25th inst. war department Admiral Cervera captured at Santiago arrived at naval academy. Ladies who appreciate a good pair of . . 11 ... 1'o-t shears can nna mem, in an van ton Hardware Co's. Lawn mowers, and hajing tools of al kinds as cheap as ever at the City Hard ware. Red Jacket. Hon. O. W. Robinson, of Chassell, transacted business at tbe metropiis of copperdom today. Fine watch repairing at lowest prices. Levin Jewelry Co. Dillman & Duerre, dentists, aboye Eagle drug store. HOTEL ARRIVALS. THE ARLINGTON HOTEL. MERZ MC1B, PROPS. L. J. Martin Fulton, HI.; W. M. Gillett. Chicago; Walter Anderson, ueveiana; Charles n. riea, v. u. ueau, n.i.i... utaa m mi a E. Donchton. Miss Anna Maher. Miss Teresa Lemmer, De troit: Miss Nettle LrfngMies wouw mc n..h Mi. aIIIca MrKendrick. Pat Scan- Ion. Tim McCarthy, Thomas J. Kearney, Thomas Uartie, Mr. ana Charles Erickson, J. n. xiicoca. i. Harris, O. H. Mlchals, Hancock; 3. Mob ton, Milwaukee: P. Patenaude. Marquette Stocks. Last Night Gosing. This Morning 14!4 Allouex .... Arnold 1X Atlantic 28 Ashbed 8tf Boston & Montana..... 2im Botte& Boston 24 Baltic Calumet and Hecla.... 570 Centennial W Franklin... 124 Humbolt Osceola ,V Qulncy 1J Old Dominion Tamarack 150 Tecamseh Wolverine 23tf Arcadian 21 Isle Rovale 205 23) 19 575 W 5!4 46 23 155 23 LODUB HKKT1MGSJ. i .M.1.1 mariner will ha held Tues dry evening, July 19, by Court Lafayette No. 20, t Ol A., ai meir oaai. ' Q. B. Cloutier, C. R. .T. fliMraiu. Secretary. A mrnlar meeting o! Lady Gladstone Lodre, Daughter- c! St. George, will be v.iinriiMMafmlBff. Jnlr 20. All members are requested to be present, at business oi imporancs ibwov ""- bib Porto Kieco will consist of 25,000 The surrender has been defi over tomorrow morning and the prisoners of war. The Spanish the American flue hoisted at 9 1 ' SHAFTER, Major General. request that soldiers be allowed According to statement made at and other Spanish naval officers Annapolis and are confined at Remember tomorrow, Tuesday, is the day the German Aid society give their annual picnic at Section Sixteen. Ed Rvan. Jr., was out from Hancock this afternoon and transacted bupinefs at the Red Jacket branch store. Wanted 1 girl to do general houe work. Apply to Mrs. J. V. Gaul, corner of Pine and Seventh streets. Ed. F. Douglass, of the Douglass in surance azencv. transacted DUBinrss in the metropolis today. TONIGHTI 30 BASE BALL PARK And All This Week. fil -SIX NIGHT- Bicycle Race! See The Champions! Racing 8SO im 10 p. m. S400-CASH FBIZES$4Q0 Dl Tided AmoDK the Riders Biding 170 lilies or Better During Contest- On rpeclslly constrticted board track brilliantly muminaiva Klaale Faraished Uj THE CALUMET BAND. .A ciixicoloii( BSp.; Grand PtUHBeati 10 Cents Eitra. Go to tbs Q. P. restaurant, Laurium, for good ice cream and cake. Wanted A girl for light housework. Good wages to the right party. Apply to Mrs. James Cbyuowetb, Centennial mine. Ilucklrii' Ainlra Halve. Tbe best salve in tbe worl.l lor Cuts, Druises, Sores, Tlcers, Salt Ilbeum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hun Jn. Chilblains, Corns and all Skin 1'ruptionn and posi tively cures Tiles or no pay required. It is zuaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Trice 23 cents per box. For sale by I). T. Macdonald. Calu met, and IJelbumuer's, Lake Linden. I O Dr. Wllliamh' Indian Plla C I II H ! -Ointmect will cure Hllnd. I M II M r wUleeUinif and Itching LvIM BPlles. It ubtiorU the tumors. I! allays the Itching at once, acta uias a poultice, elves Instant re lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint ment is nrenarod for Piles and Itch. lnff ot the private parts. Every box is warranted. Uv drutKlsts. by mail on re eefpt of rrice. AO cents and 1.00. WILLIAMS MANUrACTUnING CO.. i'ropa.. cieveianu. Ohio. For sale bv D. T. MacDonald.drcejsi'st. ADMIRING GLANCES. Are always beetowed upon those wearing our exquisitely finished weainj apparel. Our stock of summer fabrics cannot be equalled (or beauty an-) x ellenca of material, in all the newr cb.ee!? , oyerplaids, casmmeres. cneyiot, nman ana olive brown, 6erge8, twecdf, etc. We have neyer yet failed to please tLe nicst fa tidious dreener in btyle or Gt. THE EMPIRE TAILORS, CALUMET, MICH. D. Uorwitz, Manager, Opposite Shea's Li yery. Oak street. Piano And Organ Instruction . Professor Favario, of Laurium, is now prepared to give instructions on pianos, organs or any other musical instrument. Tbe 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 and play any in strument in a yery short time, Tbe professor can be found at No. 321 Hecla street, Laurium, or telephone to Vairo Bros., Laurium PIANOS AND ORGANS FOR SALE. We Appeal to Our TO JOIN WITH US AND THOUSANDS OF PATRIOTIC CITIZENS THROUGH OUT THE COUNTRY IN RAISING AT ONCE A . . . WAR .RELDEF FUME) $100,000,000 Needed in 30 Days. To Care for Sick and Wounded Soldiers and Starving Cubans We with other business houses throughout the country are volunteering to take subscriptions for this National Ilelief Fund, to be expended by 06 M IP AND THE Central Cuban Relief Committee; Appointed bv President McKlniey. Every subscriber who gives at least $1.00 will be pre sented 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 arc 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 Offiee, The Best Is Henry F.Miller THE PIANOS HJ. Miller Noted For Lasting And Sweet Tone I?ers ' & Poni. Brims & Crown PIANOS. MANUFACTURED BY THE Henry F. Miller &Soms PiahoCo. BOSTON PHILADELPHIA AT FRANK J, GOODSOLES'S NEW. STORE 240 Occoola Stroot, Laurium, "V IH -; la hereby Riven that the cotn mon council of i lie vlllajroif Hei Jcket will rece ive tiltfor the construction of a tire nation according to the plan and pptcilica Inn made hy (J. K. Hiatal, arcblu-ct and su perintendent. All LiU iuut t accompanied with a certified check for 5 cr cm of tJiw amount of t tie bid. and H;ed with theclerkot raid village on or bef jre the 2d day of Auguat. A. D. lrtm. The council lem-rvea the rl;jhtU reject any and all bid. The plans and pecl 11 cat Ions may be ann Mt tbe oirce ot te yh laeclerk or at the otlice of C. K . Hianrt . July l.lKtf.a WILLIAM W. KLLia. VUluxe Cierk. o KALF.I) lIIOPNi.M for ciecutlona O carpenter work a oil Dlawtering: for d welling to le erected on the lxation will be received at tbe nftice of tbe Arcadian Copper Company until Thursday, July 21, at 6 o'clock p, m. e peel ficatioDs and drawings are now ready t the mine oil ice. Higbt is reserved to rejevt any or all bids, or to award contiact tootber than lowest bidder, and bonds for proper exe cution of the work will be required. EDOAli K1DWELL bupeilntendent SKA LEU llin. Sealed bids will be received by tbe com mon council of tbe village of Lautiurn up to 8:30 p. m .Thursday July 21. 18 H, for furuleh intr material and laying ceo feet, more criess. of plank sidewalk accord in? to s. ciHcatlon to be seen at the office of villase Cierk. Tbe council reserves tbe ribt to reject any or all bids. Laurium, Mich., July 12, ifeos. Hy order COMMON COUNCIL. JOSEPII II. MUHPUV Clerk. Friends and Patrons The Cheapest I i ross teioft j8 Ji Burdett Organs s