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THE COPPER COUNTRY EVENING NEWS, CALUMET. SATURDAY, JULY 23. IBQl
The Copper ContrjEvesiiDi Nets rUaXUBktiBY IProd McuolcGiizio, Editor a4 Proprietor. eyOmeelntheNaw bloek, north end of filth itrNt, Ued Jacket, Miohlgan. TK3MI Or SUUSCHIPTIONJ T MAIL OS CARBIIB. On year iln adfanoe) - J lis months 2 Per month nmiD At TBI row ornci ai calcmxt, SnCHIQA AI IEOOD-CIi8 MATTl. EyOommunlcatlons and letter of business sjonnected with the paper should be addressed The OcDpex Country Evening Hews, Calumet, mehla:an. Leland, Towle & Co., flankers and Brokers, Membert of the lutoi ani New Tort Eictan Copper Stoeki a Bpeoialty. W. F. Fitzgerald, JCourjn Street Boston. Ilass. STOCK BROKERS 50 STATE ST. BOSTON, MASS. -MEMBERS OF TEE Boston Stock Exchange, Rowland & Co., ANKF.HS AM) ilHOKKHM. Ames Building, BOSTON MASfe interest allowed on deposits. Orders executed for Cash or Margin Itocka, bonds, Grain and Prorisloni isted on the Boston. New York and Chicago Exchanges. Wal Attention Giren to ConerStocSi. rnd for Oirou ar and Tolejrav- V. e Mining Property For Sale. All the property, real and.'perso 1. of th Is; La Belle Mining Company, huuatedln Keweenaw to. Mien. Embracing 3,655 acres on the mineral range, 11 TVs acres In fee-l.tmd acres surface only mak ngH,758 acres south of mineral range with the tarr oo 1 still standing, together with seven ttilsi of railroad to stamp mill at Lao la Belles with outlet thence to Lake Superior. Plant at the mine and Lake all In good order and ready tor; operation. Enquire for further partlo iar s from W. K. VIVIAN. 8upt. Delaware Mine P. O. Keweenaw Oq. Mich. DELINQUENT STOCK Onion Cotter Laid and MMu Co. Will be told at public auction on the ICth day of August, IH'n, at 10 o'clock a. in., at the office of the company, No. 14 Kilby street, Jtooin 1, Boston, for non-payment of assess ment due October 25, Imut, the following de scribed stock in the Union CoDPer 'And and Mining Company, unless the said assessment with expenses i psia ierore the time of sale, rr W. It. COLBV. Secretary and Tressurer. Fdwnra F. Adams 7 shares ticnjamln Howard 3 ' K. i.einhardt 60 " Oeorsre H Peters 100 " Caroline H. Clark m " A. K. Cooper 2oo " K. 8. Itundlett 100 J. Jay Oould 120 " William Vasey 25 ' A. . Earle 2 II. Appleton 200 ' John Gates M George W. Clark 150 John than Mann 25 ' C. A. Putnam 207 Lucy M Adams 100 ' Benjamin A. Lantlgua 4u0 ' Charles J. Uolfe lloO I)i.niio aitctiow. Will be sold ai public auction on Tues dar. the 20th day of July. 1M9H. at 11 o'clock a wj., at the office of the superintendent of the Centennial Copper Mining Oo.. Calumet. Mich igan, the followed described stock for non payment or assessment oue jviarcn a iim, un Imn the same be paid before the time of sale to wit: Certificate No, 2.K1, standing In the same of Maud McO. Vandeventer, for twenty saar s of the centennial uopoer mining uom naDy. By order of the Directors, ' FREDERICK BECK Treasurer. Copper Share Dividends. Tbnsfarin 1898 copper mining com. pan'c s ol Boston interest hare paid dlyl dends as follows: Per Grand fihare Amount. Total. falumetAHecla... . U.OOO.Ooo t58.8J0.000 Bo ton & Montana.. Quincy Parrot Tamarack Oaciola Atlantic 6 V00.000 7.82A.00O 8 60 1 20 4 1 1 50,000 275.8J0 1 40.000 01.010 40,000 10.120,000 Z.OUO.WW R.3M.000 2.3M.B00 780,000 Total Estimate balance of year Calumet & Heo,a....llO Koston Ac Montana.. 8 Wolverine J (feccola I Tamarack 4 r'ot S,190,K 1:2.080,398 11,000,000 000.000 eo.ooo 91.000 240,000 80 1J7.910 2,42li,910 Grand lot al i. 17.03,730 former Lake Superior dividend payers paid............ 80.000 Haainr grand total actually paid o date .C33,n Of whicn Lake Superior mines paid 1,0C4,U9 It Day NUiatthsilxtctiTi-i J . FBtniy & Brotner lor the balance o! the jdir are too fayor- able, but there la little doubt that the total will exceed last year aod make a new record in amount of dividend dis bursed by copper mining compameacl Boston interest. Th follow log summary ma j be interesting: No. Companies Average Price ntvinx Total Lake Copper. Dividends. Disbursed llWo 7,6i7:w ItttC 11 37 7.231.000 5.4AOOO 4.1'.0,cW) 10,(00 3.1-D.C00 3.2150.000 4. U40.UOO 4.04().IK)0 3 2-JO.UO 3 (VW.U) l.STO.OU) 1,900,000 1.970.0OO t.jin.soo 5. ff.'O.OOO 2,fOi).OM) 2,m,ixw 2,450,010 lsiW U 5 6 B 5 6 8 '9 8 8 6 6 5 4 6 5 .loV im V4 io WZ 11 M im u 7 l;o.0 IS 6 Ifl I I 4'J i 16 ;s ls7 11 21 ltJ 10 M 15.., II 14 SS4... U 72 11 15 M 1S2 IS 41 1SS1 1 27 10 20 li FsimateJ. In addition to the above, the Napa quicksilver company has paid a total of 1930,000 in dividend, the Aetna 140, 000. New Idra $90,000, Victor Gold 1953,000, l'i;neer f 37,500. Montana Ore Porch asinff company f 760,000, Mir- neecta Iroa J3.735.000. uoia coin, $100,000 and Anaconda f 0.750,000, all more of less ol Boston intereet.--.Posf on Journal. Additional Train Service. Commencing Sunday," July 24. train will leave Calumet (daily except Satur day) 9:45 p. m , and connect at Neetorla with the night express for Duluth and also with the east-bound express for Sault Rte. Marie and Lower Michigan. A sleeping car will be run through from Calumet to Sault Ste. Marie, making connection at that point with the through Canadian Pacific railway sleeper tor Montreal, Boston and New York. West bound, through sleeper will be attached to the night express leaving Sault Ste. Marie 5:30 p, m and Marquette 10:50 p. m., arriving Calumet G:20 a. m. The advantages of this service are nu merous and lar reacmng. in tne nrsi place it will establish a line ten hours shorter than any other from the copper country to Boston and New York. Passengers from the east, via the Cana dian Pacific railway.for the copper coun try will go through without the lay over at Marquette, which is experienced under the existing schedule and will ar rive Calumet 0:20 a m instead of 2:00 to. as at present. This will afford a double daily nervice for lower Michigan pointe, as connections will be made at Soo Junction with the day express via the Michigan Central railroad, arriving Bay City 5:25 p. m., Saginaw 0:27 p. m. and Detroit 10 p. m. PasseDgers for the head cf the lakes and all points west will leave Calumet 15 p. m. and arrive Gogebic range point?, Ashland. Dulutb and the Su periors same time as they now make leaving Calumet 2:30 p. m., fleeting a eaviDg ot over seven hours. Commercial men will be able to leave the Marquette iron range towns at night and be in the copper country for business early the next morning. For additional advantages and farther information, readers are resDectfully re ferred to the ticket fiB"nt8 of the Dulutb, South Shore & Atlantic railway, or to George W. llibbarr1, general paesenger agent, Marquette, Mich. Mr. Modesto Tommel, ot Fifth street, has the agency for the ce'ebrated mineral water of Monecatinl, Italy. This water is the same as is supplied to the invalids and patients who yearly vhit that city, and contains great medicinal properties and is a cure tor various ills and ailments, such as heart and private diseases, ca tarrh, etc., and is also a yery gentle pur gative. Mr. Tommel brorght a number of bottles of the water with him when he returned from Italy last winter and has it for sale at his store, where will gladly explain its goo 3 qualities to those desir ing to test it At the Chicago trait store, Fifth street. Yellow Janndlee Cured. Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means possible for its relief. It Is with pleasure we publish the 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 the best physicians in our city and all to no avail. Dr. Bll, our drug gist, recommended Electric Bitters; and after taking two bottles, I was entirely cured, I now take great pleasure in recommending them to an v person suffer ing from this terrible malady. I am gratefully yours, M. A. Hogarty, Lexing ton, Ky." Sold by D. T. Macdonald, Calumet, and at Belhumeur's, Lake Lin den. Village of JjSurinm Tax liotlee. Taxes are now due andll will ; receive same any time at Yiylan's store. Prop erty owners in the new addition should bear in mind that they are assessed this year. Ben Schwartz, Tillage Treasurer. Clean up. We haye polishes for all kinds of furniture, brass, silver, nlckle plate, copper, etc., Carlton Hardware Co. ' Dewey suits for children, all sixes, com poeed of coat, pants, cap and suspenders at the Star Clothing House. : Found A pocket book. Owner caa bare same by calling atJLthls odes and paying for ibis ad. ,- Look wt!l Photos (not only for a ttas fcnt fortytr) are eary to &t at 8Uc btccr's. MODERN SHRAPNEL. DEADLY EFFECT OF THIS FEARFUL IMPLEMENT OF WAR. What Happens When m Slnla Prqjactlle Suddenly Dnrata Into Two Unndred Ssp svrate HMMspn f Death Sheila and Solid. Shot. The improvements in modern guns have embraced all calibers, from that of tho small arm firing a projectile only one-third of an inch in diameter to the monster which sends a solid piece of steel 13 inches through and weighing over half a ton. Not only have the guns improved, but also all their accessories, especially powder and projectiles. The smokeless powder of the present has changed the conditions of war almost as much as modern armament. Keeping step with these advances have been those made in the various classes of projectiles. Even the smallest of these, with its case hardened bullet, is far ahead of the old fashioned lead bullet used in the small arms of 80 years ago. One of the mo6t effective of modern projectiles is the shrapnel. It is one of the forms of case shot. The others were the old fashioned grape and canister. A case shot may be said to be a collection of missiles in a case, which breaks up either in the gun or at some point in flight, thus setting free its death deal ing particles. As soon as the case is broken each of these particles goes on a separate path, and it's a sorry day for the man struck by one of them. All of these falling upon a piece of level ground would mark out an irregular oval, whoso area varies with differing conditions. It has been found that the best point to burst the 6hrapnel is about six yards above and 50 in front of the enemy. Colonel Shrapnel of tho British serv ice first invented shrapnel in 1803. This early form consisted simply of a spher ical shell filled with bullets and a bursty ing charge of powder in tho spaces be tween. This was a crude invention, which scattered the fragments too much and was liable to go off when not ex pected and not do so when desired. This form was improved upon during our civil war, and the modern shrapnel can be considered the most dangerous of all lifo destroying projectiles. It con sists of three parts tho tube, the baso and the head. Tho powder charge is in tho base, which is firmly attached to the body cither by electrio welding or by screwing. Leading from the base through the center of the body is a tube which is also filled with powder, which is ignited by tho f uso at tho point of tho 6hrapnel and carries tho fire to the main charge. Between 200 and 300 bullets rest upon a diaphragm just over tho powder chargo. Theso are held in place by a matrix cf rosin which is melted and poured upon tho bullets when in place. A skeleton caso of cast iron con taining receptacles for each bullet is sometimes used instead of tho rosin. Tho hcadjs put on in tho same man ner as tho Ease, and when tho fuso is inserted the projectile is ready for use. Somo shrapnels have tho burstiug charge in tho head instead of tho base. The fuso used is rather complicated, but the United States lias as good a . one as there is. It is a timo fuso and in actual test has shown its reliability. It can readily bo seen that ono great. objection to the shrapnel is its highr cost. Tho fuso alono costs about $2.50. The same gun is usually supplied with thrco styles of ammunition tho solid shot, the shell and the shrapnel. Somo batteries aro also supplied with canister for uso at close quarters. Tho bullets in the canister have a wider dispersion, becauso the case breaks up in the gun. Canister was used to repel tho famous chargo led by the Confederate general Pickett at Gettysburg. A perfect hail of missiles swept the slope leading up to Cemetery Hill, against whoso de structive effects human valor was of no avail. The shell is used to destroy inanimate objects as well as animate ones. It con-1 sists of a hollow cast iron shell, witn a fuse and bursting charge of powder. Tho famous shot fired during the cut ting of the cables at Cienfuegos is a good example of its use. The Spaniards having taken refuge in and behind a lighthouse, a shell was fired by one of our snips, wnicn, striKing it iainy, burst and utterly destroyed the struc ture, killing many of tho soldiers. But against men in battle formation the shrapnel is tho more effective. It sends a perfect shower of missiles which, falling in the midst of a company, would almost annihilate it Many tests have been made to show this. , Shrapnels fired from a gun a mile away in one instance and a mile and two-thirds in the other were made to strike a board target one inch thick. The fuses were set off by tho contact and burst tho projoctilo into 200 or 800 parts, each of which was capable of dealing death to any living thing in its path. Screens were placed at indicated distances behind the target These may be considered as representing a battalion of infantry in column of companies. From the number of hits upon all of them the efficiency of shrapnel fire against close order formation may be judged. In one shot 163 hits were made by a single shrapneL In another 215 hits are recorded, but these are not so well scat tered. Imagine, then, the effect of well placed shrapnel . upon a group of men such as is bere represented. The reader can readily understand why wars are now waged at greater distances and why hand to hand oca filets are almost unheard of. Vevr York Herald. Ills) Mistake. "Tfcsi pclltician U a has been, 1 tot tT' renurzea me odcctvct., r -. , "Xro," rtplUd the cirticcj t?. am d " a - 2 a . Cj 1 1- era Lit . ctruy czed to tU2t bewu.' VTciliz-tca AUUITIOHAI LOCAL REITS. Dillman Jc Duerre, dentists, above Eagle drug store. Ye s, sir, we do fine watch repairing at lowes pricest. Levis Jewelry Co. Dr. H. Scott cures bladder and kidney troubles. Call and te convlncd. 451 Fifth street. Lawn mowers, and baying tools of al kinds as cheap as ever at the City Hard ware. Red Jacket. Wasted A girl for light housework Good wages to the right party. Apply to Mrs. James Chvnoweth, Centennial mine. Fob Sale A carload of horses Jus brought from Iowa for nice driving and for general UBe; the nicest, lot that ever struck town. Call in rear othe Taylor House, Fifth street.- Hall to Kent The Temple of Honor is to rent every Wednesday night and every second and third Tuesday in each month. For terms, etc., apply at the ball. The editor ot the Evans, Pa., Globe, writes. ' One Minute Cough Cure Is rightly named. It cured my children after all other remedies failed." It cures coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. Clothes cleaning, dyeing, repairing. altering and pressing promptly and neatly done. All work guaranteed to proye satisfactory, Michigan Dve Wobkb. Over 312 Fifth street. Thousands of persons have been cured of piles by using DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salye. it heals promptly and cures erce- ma and all tkin diseases. It gives imme diate relief. SODEBGREN & SoDEItGHEN. E. C. Blanks, of Lewisyille, Texas, wtitesthat one box of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salye was worth 950 to him. It cured his piles of ten years standing. He advises others to try it. It also cures eczema, skin diseases and obstinate sores. SODEBGBEN & SODERGREN', Clothes cleaning, dyeing, repairing, altering and pressing promptly and neatly done. All work guaranteed to prove satisfactory. Michigan Dye Wobes. Over 312 Fifa Street. Sick headache, biliousness, constipa tion and all liver and stomach troubles can be quickly cured by using those fam ous little pills known as DeWltt's Little Early Risers. They ore pleasant to take and never gripe. SODERGREN & SODERGREN. New Wood Yard. Messrs, Chapel & Mannis, of Trout Creek, have opened a wood yard here and appointed Mr. Herman Bibber as their agent, and are now ready to supply good dry wood in long or short lengths. Or ders left with Mr. Herman Bibber at his store In the News block will receive prompt attention. " Ilucklen'e Arnica Halve. The best salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Tlcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions and post tively cures Piles 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. "During the hot weather last summer I had a severe attack of cholera morbus. necessitating my leaving my business,' says Mr. C. A. Hare, of Hare Bros., Fin castle. Ohio. "After taking two or three doses ot Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was completely re lieved and in a few hours was able to resume my work in the store. I sincerely recommend it to any one afflicted with stomach or bowel trouble." For sale by Sodergren & Sodergren. Ttae Flalanslers Mutual Fire insurance companj ol Houghton and Keweenaw counties, or ganlsed in 1800 according to the laws o the State ot Michigan, will insure proper tv ot Its members. Have paid fire losses over f 4,000 and dividends nearly f 6,000 during the last seyen years to members ot five years' standing. On the first day ot July the company had 700 mem bers, 1600,000 worth of property In sured and f 18.G14.E0 In treasury. For farther particulars apply to the under. signed. Johk Blomqvtst, President, Albs Lkihoittch, Secretary. Oflee, 448 Pine street, upstairs Red Jacket , Discovered lly a Woman. Another great discovery has been made and that too, by a lady in this country "Disease fastened Its clutches upon her and for seyen years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed Imminent For three months she coughed incessant ly and could not sleep. She finally dis covered a way to recovery, by purchas ing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery tor consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first doa that she slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured. Her name lire. Luther Ltux," Thus writes W. uammck Co., of Shelby. N.C. Trial bottles free at D. T. lUedonald's dm stcre, Caluaet. aad Beiuctsr's, Lds fcytry tcrfrswJ.- - DAHLXfe STATE BASK. NO. 95. SUPERIOR SAYINGS BANK. HANCOCK, J11CU. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - $70,000 Commercial and Saving Accounts Received. 3 PER CENT INTEREST Paid On Savings Deposits. Compounded seml-annnaiL 4 PER CENT INTEREST Paid On Certificates of deposit payableone vTar DIRECTORS JOHNSON VIVIAN, E. L. JACOB BAER, -OFFICERS- C. A. WRIGHT, Pree't and Manager, M, C. GETCuELL), Cashier Superior Savings Bank. Buy jour baying tools of Carlton Hardware Co. The Monitor cigar is made by I. Gold smith, 223 Fifth street. Calumet. . No wonder the people go to Dr. Blank- ner's dental parlors. It is the only place where you can enjoy painless dentistry. By a new process Dr. H. Scott cures rheumatism and all stomach trouble. Calumet and Hancock references. 451 Fifth street. The Chief Burgess of Milesburg, Pa. says De Witt's Little Early Rises are the best pills he ever used in his family dur ing forty Years of housekeeping. They cure constipation, sick headache and stomach and liyer troubles. Small in size but great in results.. Sodergen & Sodergren. Livery, Feed anil Sale Stable. JOM. yDELL, Prop'r. Keeps the fin t ot horses and rlirs in the town, and woulacall especial attention to his large sleigh holding 28 persons Just tuet hlng tor sleighing parties. On Telephone Kxehange. Portland street opposite Salvation Army iiarracKS. ANDREW BENSON. PAINTER AND DECORATOR. Hard Wood Finish, Graining, Calsomlnlng, Taper Ilanging, Glazing, Eto. A Full Line Of Wall Paper Samples. tihopin rear of Clson's furniture store. C. E. NYSTROM Architect And Building Superintendent. flans and speclflcatlons for all kinds of Driv- ate and public buildidgs, Fine residences a specialty Office over.8tar clothing house CHARLES B. GALE. No. O. Willow Ave., Calnmet. ...VOCAL CULTURE... Wednesdays at Langier's Studio, Hancock. Thursdays at Lake Ltadea. Dr. George R, Stewart Veterinary Hurgeon and Horse Dentist. Honary Graduate of.' Ontario Veterinary College, also Toronto Veterinary Dental College. Treats . AH . Diseases Of horses cattle and dogs, on latest and most approved scientiflo j rinclples. Surgery And Dentistry A Specialty, omoeZl2 Sixth street. Open day and niffht. Telephone. ID. 3D. S. Dental Office over Star Clothing House. OFFICE HODR3-8 to 11 a m; 1 to 8 p m and 7 to 8 evenings On telephone exohange Detroit & Cleveland NAVIOaTION CO, Lotv Rates QuickTime TUB COAST uarc, PALACE STEAMER fITTY OP it.ppw i leaves St, Ignace every Wednesday at V.e . X . n T . . t .ov iu., swap Datura ay as J p. ca Oscoda, Alpena and all points east ana , eouta between Detroit and Cavt'.and STEAMERS f!TTV fVKV nTrrr?nrp ivn CITY OP CLEVELAND bare dally (wcrpt Sunday) at 10:30 p. ta. The ouauay tnpa are operates cunzj Uay, n uum my, Acquit ana Bcpttaoer. gc-j checttd to firrtiritlcn For rates aza raonaauoa, address A.UECHAHT3,0,r.A. (BTATE BANK SO. 201. STATE . SAYIHGS . BAM. ncniun, . . MICH. CAPITAL .. .777 . . $5o.o00 WRIGHT, M. C. GETTnrrv C. A. WRIGHT, JACOB BAER, Vice President M.L.EFFINGER, otre8,aeat Cashier State Savings Bank. Merehants' & Miners Bank. GAXUnCT. We. CAPITAL . $100,000 Bnrplnj and undivided profits, 60,000 THIIEK FEB CBJIT FEB ANIfim PAID ON IlfTBBEMT DEPOSIT omouii OHAKLXB BBIGQI .PaMUii P. BUPPE,JB..M VlO-PaiUDtti H. 6. 00 LTO If ....... M. M..M0llEUl First National Bank, CAJLUSEBT. . DJalu Capital, Hurplua, 10Of00 50,000 Three Per Cent Per Annum Paid Barings Deposits. Deposits of 1 1 and Upwards BeeelTod. ornci as: XDY7ABD BY AN Paisiois JOHN 8.DYMOCK VlCl-PaBBnur WILLIAM B. ANDEB80N ......CASHUI First National Bank, a AN COCK., men. Genital $203 001 Surplus and nnilyiied rrollts 63.001 Three Per Gent Per A man hi Allewst on Interest Deposits, ornoiBti WILLIAM IIAxtKY PRIBIDIII PBTBB BUPPB VlCl-PBlfllDlJri WILLIAM CONDOR CASani TELE ! 'Calumet . Carriage .Worts MANUFACTURERS AND DEAL ERS IM Carriages, Buggies AHDBLEIUnS. H0ESE SHOEING A SPECIALTY JOSEPH HEBEET, Prop.", Cor. Hecla at. and Lake Linden Ave. Laurlum. , Tizia spa en is ueibbvbd bttbi Calumet and Heela Mining Company. ?S KJKPLOYKUMS Who wishtoseilUelr hoaisi.or buy aouitil wao wish to rent rooms and those who havl rooms to rent are invited to advertise hsii wlUoutanverpeate Por Male-No. 613 Fourth street, Blue Jacket. Apply at the premises. Wanted To rent five or six rooms by a Company employee. Apply to Thomas Hock ing, 21 Tawaiack, . Wanted Four down-stairs rcoms. Leave particulars at this oflioe . Wantnd Tworospeotable boarders, com pany employes. Apply to Mrs. Boon, ilw Calumet Ave. near Congregational church. Por Sale A house and two lota located on Osceola street. Laurlum. Apply at house No. 840 Osceola Bt,. Laurlum. noose Por Sale In Iroquois street, liaurlnm; contains six rooms. Apply to J) ran if Matheeon,on the premises. Wan tea To purchase a house of six rooms on company land. Apply to Andrew Arcni fcald.217 Eirhth street. Wanted One boarder, most be an em ployee of the Calumet and Hecla, Apply to Mrs, Bast 234 North Bookland street. Par Cale House No. 835 and lot on Osce ola street, Laurlum. Property belongs to Lorenso Pelegrena and applicants should see . P. Tommel of No 861 Fifth street Bed Jacket. Wanted te Rent A house of four or Ave rooms. Apply to Cons tan One Mlsoh, Osoeala street, Laurlum. Wanted Three steady boarders, company employes preferable. Apply to Mrs. P. Tay lor 175S Boundry street lfeola. - Wanted. To rent by a Calumet and Heola employee, a 11 ye room house with barn on tne premises. Enoulre at this office. T7ctM ta rent A house ofour roomi. Apply to Peter Kelly Laurlum. T7anr4 Four boarders, company em ployes. Arplv to Mrs. Bowilnx, 1764 Boundary Street Heola. T7ntH te rie-t By a eor"T3y ploTiJ, a 1 e La Yiilvw, Elua or L-1 Jteket ofnTsrx or cpi. AfdIt to ill Sixth L'cy rxle-J no. PT Oedar treat ElaeJacxet. Apply .a tie premises to Ulks Oaxparloh. ' tTr-til K.:-Zzz ct Cre reoas. iru at us l.xwi coa . L'c3 rtl-a f-ivrsta tscss r wedf t sp. VT t .J, twadstown. A ly i u. i. i cr at te errrnS c-.