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THE COPPER COIN TRY EVEN Hi G NEWS, CALUMET, SATURDAY, JULY 23 1898.
The Bon Voyage Char tered Eor The Occasion. lathe businessmen's band ball tour nament at the Y M. C. A. Ei Bast woo two Karnes from O.J.Larson yesterday and one from Will Johnson. Following is the standing ot the members: Won E Bast .10 M. L Rfflncer 7 Will Johnson 4 Dr. H. D. Jonea 3 Ira K. Fox 1 O J. Larson 0 Dr. E. H. Koivupalo 0 W. J. McDonald 0 Games are played almost every after noon from 4:30 to G. Visitors welcome. Lost 8 3 l 2 5 2 4 5 Bob Moore, of LaFayette. lod., taya that for constipation be bas found De Witt's Little Early Risers to be perfect. They neyer gripe, Try them forstomacb and liver troubles. SODEEORKN & SODERQREN. It fllllave Sunday. July 31 Tfce0,doSTernn.entF.rt A.d Sey lr.lOClerPl-t.ofInier.tto lie Ttsltcd; n Bandar, the 31st Inst. Division No o Ancient Order ot Hibernians, ot Cala Lt, will give-an excursion around After waiting two weeks tor stone to complete the basement ot Joseph Suino's building, corner of Portland and Sixth, the material bas at last arrived and the masons will resume work Monday morn ing. Nearly all the stone used in the new buildings going op here comes from the Portage Entry, and so far the de mand has been larger than the supply. The quarry companies are having diffl tnltT in securinc men to do the work Fob Bale A thoroughbred greyhound bitch, 3 years old and never bred; a fine specimen of that race of dogs. For par ticulars, gee Q. L. Ferreault, 333 Main street. .. Faint Are you going to paint. Use Vila Bros.' Paint. Fully guaranteed. Sold by J. T. Solmonsoo.Clty Hardware, Red Jacket. A number of Calumet people went to Atlantic last evening and attended the minstrel performance by local talent. Dr. Dudley, the renowned specialist, is in th city, a guest of Dr. E.H. romeroy. The doctor will remain here a week., . t..nsW 1 OlUli vu vmw - I r e. This will.be their first attempt although they offer good wages ?JU. an excursion ot this nature, and the committee in charge will do LjthingPMBible for the comfort and lTffl Uent of their guests. The ex colonists will leaye Calumet by special l-aww the Mineral Range road at 30 o'clock a. m. for Hancock, where they will board the steamer ana leaye bat place at 7:30. The steamer will M out by wavot the canal and return by way of the Entry, making a most pleasant and picturesque trip. The boat will stop at Copper Harbor for two hours, affording amole time for the ex curBlonlets to yisit old Fort Wilkins and other points ot interest in the TiriuitT. Refreshments will be served on the boat and tho Red Jacket city band will be aboard to furnish music during TVVeta at 50 cents for the round trip are now on sale at Ryans Red Jacket store aui at J. Titian, Jr. & Co.'s Laurium. An invitation extended to all to at tend. Erlckson-CarUon Nnptlals. A Tery pleasant wedding took place on the 16th Inst, at the residence ot Mrs r.iAonn rf Fifth street, when ber son. Mr. Ell, was joined in the holy bonds ot matrimony to Mies Annie Carlson, of Tamarak, the ceremony being performed by the Rey, Danielson, paBtor t f the Nor wegian Lutheran church, in the presence of a few intimate friends of tho contract ing parties. The wedding gilts were nu meroua as well as valuable and con sisted ot many useful articles, among them being a handsome dinner set which was presented to the young lady by Mr. Thomas Maslin, for whom she had acted as housekeeper for some time. Both the bride and groom are well and favorably known in the city and bavo the best wishes of a host ot friends for a long and happy lile ia holy wedlock. The Ladle' Bicycle Race. The ladies' bicycle race was postponed . last evening on account ot the rain. The race will start tonight at the usual hour, 8:30 o'clock, and the closing night will be next Monday. The race tonight will be a hot one from the start, as Miss Glaw is determined to capture the $100 offered lertor outriding Misses Dayis, Fiering and Wellington, and as the other riders are anxious to hold their own against Miss Glaw, the race is bound to be an ex. citing one. v The race so far has .been the best yet seen in the northwest, and In spite ot the heavy wind that has blown across the track the past few nights, the ladies'Haye made excellent time, and with good fav orable weather, the six-night record will surely be broken. The Austrian 1'lcnle. Today the Austrlans of "the city are holding sway at the Section Sixteen park where the St. Joseph's society is holding their annual Dicnlcand barbecue. This Cllpplnss), We understand our former townsman E. J. Carey has decided to locate at Cal umet, to which place he will , remove his family within a short time. He will be followed by all manner ot good wishes tor ftuccess in bis newly chosen location. - Bernle Barasa came down from Calu met Tuesday noon on a yisit to bis par ents and returned yesterday afternoon. Bernle is employed in the poetofflce at Calumet and likes the job tip top. Mr. A. Berge. of Minneapolis, Minn., will glye temperance lectures In the Nor wegian church on Mine street Saturday and Sunday evenings, July 23 and 24; also In tho Norwegian Methodist church on SeTenth street. Red Jacket, Monday evening, July 25. The meetings will start at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Mr. Berge will play on an autoharp and there will be other good things on the program. ArchittctC. K. Shand went to Lake Linden this morning taking with him plans for the new OJd Fallows' building, A the. He will confer with the building committee as to what changes are tote made in the plans. If the building is erected to the plans al ready drawn out, Lake Linden will have a building to boast of. i i O.ivrr P.Scott's refined negro minstrels will appear at the Opera IIoueon Mon day, Aug. 1. This troupe was formerly known as Field's minstrels, and ia the most expensive company on the road. There are forty people in the company andeTery person an artist. Also a full military band, Seats are now on sale at Ryan's. Mrs. renhallegon, who underwent an oDeration at the Calumet and Hecla hospital yesterday, is doing nicely. Clothes wringers, all styles, all prices, tl to 17 wrintrers guaranteed for five years at Carlton Hardware Co. Dewey suits tor children, all sizes, com posed ot coat, pants, cap and suspenders at the Star Clothing House. - m ' ' Captain J. F. D. Smith has been award ed the contract to do the plastering work for the new Ryan buIWing. Dr.W.S. Whisler left on the morning train for Duluth where be will spend a week ylsiting friends. A number ot the members of the Modern Woodmen will oicnlc In old Keweenaw tomorrow. Fine watch repairing: at lowest prices, Levin Jewelry Co. If you want artificial Bla' kncr. teeth go toDr O. M. A. Scbenk's tonight. OLD MESA LIFE. INCREASING INTEREST TAKEN IN THE BEAUTIFUL ISLAND OF CUBA. Control by the United States Will Probably Lead Many Americana to Settle There, Points Regarding- tho SoiL Climate and Physical Feature of Santiago Prorinee. Mr. L W. Richardson was out from Hancock this morning on business. Mr. Richardson is a candidate for the nomi nation of county clerk on the republican ticket. As he has always been a bard party worker and has hosts ot friends throughout the county, he stands an excellent chance of getting the nomina tion. t , The Hancock driving park association is making preparations to hold another meet on the last day of the Firemen's tournament. This will be the first meet held by the association since it has been admitted into the association. Associa tion rules will be adnered to in all races held there in the future. 4 Per Day Bure. Salary or commission. Do you honorable, steady employment the year round at good wages, at your own nome or to travel. II so, write for our -bole. sale price list and particulars. We fur nish best of bank reference. American Tea Co , Detroit. Mich. The Paeblo YVouian Was Always tho Head of tho Household. When tho men went down to the fields, tho pueblo was really iii control of its rightful owners, tho women. In thpso old communities tho woman was tho imixn-tant partner in tho household, Sho was tho owner of tho houso and all it contained. Sho built it and furnished it with ita utensils of daily use. Tho children traced descent, through the mother and took her clan name. The man's position, other than mero pro vider, was that of an honored guest, and if ho presumed disagreeably on his position moro likely than not ho was 6ent back to his own homo. Far from being tho general slavo and pack animal that is her sister of tho plains tribes, tho Pueblo woman's duties were purely domestic, and if sho ever worked in tho field it was for tho common good, to save the scanty harvest in time of ucccL Tho grinding of tho many colorca corn for bread, tho weaving and the making of pottery wcro her principal occupations, and aro to this day. The Pueblo Indians aro par excellence the potters of the southwest, and it will bo confessed that they come fairly by the title, as on examination of somo of the old time'waro will prove, although in this case, as in some others, the evolu tion has not been for tho better. In the small houso cell or in tho white sunlight tho potter sat, and, with scarcely any tools at all, fashioned such specimens of tho potter s art as to cnai uur leneo admiration from us with an ant I appliances. Tho uso of tho potter's wheel hen peace is established. My lay, . I was unknown, and tho "throwing" of I win bo somo sort of mines, for th New York, July 23. Special. Th peoplo of this town have long taken much Interest in Cuba, but until quite recently their interest has for the most part boon general and not sneclflo and prompted mainly by a natural curiosity regarding a l-land bo near our own. Since the beginning of the present war, however, and particularly since the fall of Santiago, there has been much more or the practical than before In tho inquiries mode regarding the Island, and soldiers and others returning from tho front are eagerly questioned concerning the climate, soil, products, physical peculiarities and general possibilities of the territory evi dently soon to be taken under an Ameri can protectorate If not actually made a part of the Union. All this can mean only one thing, which Is that Americans are now thinking seriously of trying their fortunes in Cuba, providing the general conditions are "right" and the new gov ernment is sufficiently under American control to Insure permanence and stability. Southeastern Cuba. Just now moro . attention Is given to southeastern Cuba than to any other part of the Island, and the landing hero of tho Olivette's wounded rassongers has made it easr for any ono with a tongue In his head to satisfy ms curiosity, 7 Tho questions most often asked concern ins Santiago and vicinity have chiefly to do with tho climate and the probability of that region being made safe and fit for the habitation of persons of northern ulrtn In a creneral way tho responses to theso questions aro favorable. "While the wet season is on," said a re turned 6oldler this morning, "It Is pretty certain to rain onco or twice every day all thrcuch the province of Santiago. It doesn't rain all day any day nor tho great er part of any day, but when the water docs como down the precipitation is some thing to make you stare. It literally pours. At tho samo time the rainfall is not moro regular nor a vast deal heavier than it Is in southern Florida at least unless my memorv of a rainy season passed on tho peninsula Is nt fault. "As to the hcalthfulnees of tho climato I'm afraid I cannot sjKak with authority. I was never in better health than while in tho vicinity of Santiago, but I was not thero Ion;? enough to tell how I would stand nn extended residence before I was winged by a Mauser bullet. But it Is my impression that northerners who tako proper care of themselves need nolicar tno climato in southeastern Cuba, especially after certain sanitary reforms have been introduced. Tho high ground certainly appears to bo delightfully salubrious. It is extremely well watered, there Doing manv purines which yield water as clear as crystal and ns puro ns can bo found In tho sprites that KUh out or the tocks oi old Vermont or tho hillsides of New York. .' TJnhealthrul Lowlands. Thd most unhealthful parts of tho province of Santiago, as of every other part of tho world," aro tho iowianus, anu u ia only right to stato that Santiago lowlands aro worso than slnulur territory lanner north. .' Tho extreme exuberance of tho vegeta tion intensifies tho situation, as decay comes rapidly and produces 111 smelling and very noxious vapors. Thcso, however, would undoubtedly disappear to a groin extent wero tho lowlands, whenco they rise, cleared of undergrowth and planted to such crops as they aro best fitted to pro duce Just what crops would thrive uesi. thero I am unablo to stato. I am not an expert at 6uch matters, my stay was short, as I have beforo explained, anu, Dcsiaes, thouch I was miahtily Interested in tho question, I had other things than making nn nurleultural lnvestipration to attend to while I was there. If tho war doesn't laso too long and I don't happen to get killed when I return south oh, yes, I'm going back, all right I shall look into nil theso matters more thoroughly yet, and it wouiu not bo 6trango if 1 finally located there , thougn, tho hills in If you have a. diseased stomach, foul' breath, coated . tongue, become constipated, neryous,pee- visb, fretful, or baye coldj nands or leer, nervousl periodical or sick head ache, scrofula, tumors, old sores or niters, skin or scalf disease, diseased kHneys, pa'n in back. hip or side, rheumatism, dropsy, bloating under or oyer the eyes, face, hand, licib feet ankles, or any pat of the body, gravel, bladder, or urinary difficulties do act ail to take there gieat vegetable medicines in conjunction, e iht forci a constitutional treatment. Warranted to cure if full directions are followed, tt per bottle. Six for five. Ask your grocer for them. mm irsii.i in av l Laurium .Agents For General Insurance, Real Estate AND THE Northern Michigan Building Ancil Loan Association. Do You Want to Buy a House? Do You Want To Buy a Lot? Do You Want To Build a Home? Have You a House Or Lot To Sell? U So;-Come And See Us. No. i. No. 2. No. 4. No. 5. No. 6. No. 7 No. 8. a shapo by this means out of tho ques tion : but with a hollow Dlt OX DaSKCC- waro or a nieco of broken pot for a sup- -rfc nil tho forms from a simple food bowl ut) to tho largest and most elabo rate water jars wero built up by coil on coil of clay, smoothed or modeled in pattern as the vessel grow, and when .lA.r rOndre yesterday refused to morningthe society met at their hall in ""warrant for the arrest ot John one exammes somo ox tno ancient pieces, ""'",au uaa nmrcnea w mo au.u- law, the complaint made oy jamcn iu marvel wick. The evidence lurnisneu ueiun meagre to warrant the expense ot a bearing. church where short services were held. After leaving the church the society 100 strong matched through the principal streets to thelo ark. Messrs. Frank Sadler and Jospnh Hf nir.l nrftntr an crand mar- Willie Ford, who underwent an opera Bhals. At this writing hundreds ot peo- tion for appendicitis a week ago, has re Pleareatthe park indulging in dancing covered so rapidly I hat be was permitted and other amusements. The iolliflca- by Dr. Rodl to be removed from the Tarn- will continue during the eveni&g and aJl arack hospital to his nome yeBicruaj. are invited to attend. 1 T . n p Messrs. reter uuppe, or.. . ...... n ;.L ir.llunA More Improvements. Smith, president oi tne omuu. Manner nrrr Un.i. lnr M ftiA Metric hr unmnanv. drove down to Keweenaw liht and telepone company, has a force county this morning on an out. They oi men at work moving the poles carry- will return tomorrow. log the wires that run along the side ot the road to Lake Linden. . This has been found necessary from the fact that the road between this city and the Lake is being widened to thirty feet and in many cases the Doles were in the way. The Alarce delegation .of Knights ot the Golden Eagle from the iron country ar rived In the city this morning to assist la the celebration being held here today. The Hancock Progress has it that an HOTEL ARRIVALS. Then camo tho decorating, and in ev- erv caso. from the simplest to the most elaborate and intricate symbolic design, ono must confess that tho Indian uses tho- truest inceptive and fundamental art principles. Thero never is any waste of encrcrv in "effect. " Tno design al ways means a concrete thing, which nnr.eals to tho understanding of tho In- dians for whoso uso tho utensils are. Through theso samo pottery forms and their decoration runs ono oi tno stron gest chains binding tho old to tho new. Near mo aro two tinajas, or water jars. Ono is many generations, perhaps cen turies, old. tho other perhaps five years, and yet in shapo and general decoration they aro much aliko, and if tho newer one was properly toned" they would pass as of the samo period. Fcrnand Lungrcn In Century. improvements being made on this road k aetrJan beer peddlar committed the ..... UQ nicouy uypreciaieu ujr me hoiw- i r0Dbery at KUlVei cnruuei "'" on the night of Tuesday last. Work was started today on a new dwelling tor Iver Upland, in the Bollmann addition. Bajarl & Ulseth have the con tract to do the work. The mason work on the new Herman building, on Sixth street, has been cur tailed, owing to the inability ot the con- tractors to get stone. tag public. Besides the road being wid ened ssreral ot the larger hills are being cut down. ' A Sew Celd Storage. Mr. Carl L. LInd, representing the ar chitectural department of the Tabst bn wing company, who has been in the city the past tew days, left for Milwan kee yesterday. Mr. Linda's mission here was to draw plans for a new cold itorage building that will shortly be erected by his Tbnir.m. tuiv. km 1 ... Kn rnmnleted and carpenters are ot either Portara Uke .andstone or 1111- eettln tbe-wood work ready for tne hkea brick, 18x70 tt. Wfcta eon third story. PteUJ It wUlfc tbs most subxtratlal 4 b)t-f-!-;i ctcrt-ibr 112 la th city. , THE ARLINGTON HOTEL, mkrz mnn, raors. IT. J. Deraun. St. Paul; H. A. Ward, rr n Rrat. Mian E. Everest. Roches ter, N. Y.: J. Schroeder. Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Baer, J. C. Markle, Hancock; E. F. Doulass. F. Wieber, Houghton, tt a Hakr. New Iork: C. B. Deritcb, Ionia. Mich.: Peter Rossi. Broidwood; 111.; 8oI Samstog, new ior. ' THE CALUMET HOUSE. JTD P. HORTH, PROP. J. H. Wade worth, Chicago; J. L, J0- lfaronette: JamM it. we, iw ., flor.-rhton; r. u. letcaw, u. ub. UzZz', Georr G. Coatll.wi: and dacsb fit! E. 8. TJcham. lira. B. Attend the ladies' bicycle raw at th. I y Howard. Dtlath ;, Arthur F Attics part ti'-J tvci3- Ppcar, Gala- tho nrovlnco of Santlaco are full or van ous ores, and big fortunes are there to bo made by men who know how to dig them out. Tlie Santiago Uplands. "Tho highlands near the shore aro prop erly termed foothills, 6lnco they aro tne outposts of greater nelgnts not very iar inland. These foothills aro from 250 to 400 feet high, and tho farther back from ihn cVinrn t.hrv nro tho hlchcr tncy rise. Eiffht or twelve miles back they reach height of from 3,000 to 4,000 feet and aro rugged to o degree, thougn tnis is some what masked by their covering of green, tho forest crowth reaching to tno very top, Some of tho landscapes In tho vicinity oi the eitv of Santlacoaro surpassingly beau tlful. and l understand that lanner in land tho greater heights introduco an ele ment akin to grandeur. "Insect pests? Thero are plenty oi in sects, and thero may bo somo that aro very annoying, but I wasn't troubled mucn. The mosquitoes wero the worst, out tncy vrrro not nearly so bad. eo far ns my ex- nerlenco went, ns tho birds or tnat nreea in Now Jersey or Connecticut or on Long "Youhavo heard of tho land crabs, oi course, rney aro mucn uko uitur i-uusnm in Florida, though somewhat larger ana tnro brill inntlv tinted. They divldo tho scavenging of tho region with tho vul tures, net disagreeablo looking DUtrcauy very useful creatures in prosont condi tions. Snakes? Lots of them, but not many poisonous ones. In fact, I saw nono wnose bite was believed to bo dangerous, wubv of those which fell under my observation wcro from six to tight feet long and laid to subsist mainly on insects, but they wero not a bit worso to look at or moro unpleasant to hear about than the black snakes and brow n water serpents so com mon in' many parts of tho States and not to compare with the pilots or moccasins and rattlers which dwell abundantly In New Jersey, Pennsylvania and a number of the western and southern waters, yet rarely harm human beings. "Clearing, cultivation, drainage and a system of water storage, the lost to coun teract pollution of springs by rotting vege table tissue, will work a wondrous change In all southeastern Cuba. General sanl- tatlon will drive yellow fever away beyond a doubt, and then climatic fevers, which attack the unaccll mated In all latitudes, will be the worst diseases peculiar to the country to frihtsn the newcomer." HERE ARE A FEW BARGAINS WE HAVE. One of the finest homes in Laurium. Fine house, 11 rooms, finished in fine thape and excellent lot. Price, $3iSOo. Good large roomy house and lot on Osceo!a street. Stone foundation and fine cellar under all. Price, $3,000. . . . . . 1 : v: No. 3. A coiv little place lor someone wishing a nice quite nome. ua mom uu- ness street, nut lust outside 01 Dusy pan; 01 town, oure iu uc wuui. . latedate. Nice yard and shade trees. Price, $2,150. If you are holt leg for eomtthing to make money on take a look at this -fine lot on Hecla street. House is small, but m excellent lornhty. Price, $1,850 If you are looking ahead to the tirre wbs Laurium will be the largest axe bet businees city of the Northern Peninsula you will be wise enough to se cure two ot the finest lots in town on Osceola strtet with good bouse. Price, $4,750. Two fine lots adjoiting each other on Lake Linden avenue, leu wiH never regret having bought this, there is money In it. Price, $1,200 One of the best lots on Filth street. Red Jacket, size 59x98. Returrs a rental equal to 10 per cent rr purchase price. A hne ttone block wiM some day double its value. Price. $13,000. litre is a fine chance. For yarious personal reasons the owners ot the Flor Ma rtmnorrr h.rA rfprirfprl to kpII it with two lots: living rooms oyer store Fine opportunity for someone to make some money. Building in that sec tion still goes on and Is not likely to stop tor some time. Stock will be sold at cost, price of building and lots, f 3,000, one-balf cash, balar.ee two yeare. ' We also have some very fin lots in Laurium and Florida for sale. Socie for cash, some part cash and balance on time, pese pnee. are niev you want any 01 tnem you nao Diner caicu m iu'l " ut" i: V : incss in our line don't forget to come in and ece us. Office over Roberts & A iyian 0 drug store. J. C. LIGHT. Laurium, Mich. ADMIRING GLANCES. Are always bestowed upon those wearing our exquisitely finished wearinsr apparel. Our stock of summer fabrics cannot be equalled for beauty and excellence ot material, in all the new checks, overpiaids, cassimeres cheyiots, Havana and 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, MICH. D. Horwilz, Manager, Opposite Shea's Livery, Oak street. Piano And Organ Instruction. J Professor Favario, of Laurium, is now prepared to give Instructions on pianos, organs or any other musical instrument. The professor is a graduate ot one ot the best musical colleges ot Italy, and he has a new method of hia own which will teach new beginners to read music correctly and play any In strument In a very short time, The professor can be tound at No. .124 UecU street, Laurium, or telephone to Valro Bros., Laurium PIANOS AND ORGANS FOR SALE, The Best Is The Cheapest ! THE HJ.Uiller Noted For Lasting And Sweot Tone Irers & Pond, Henry F.Miller PIANOS Briiis JCroin PIANOS. ajiitfe Pack ard Burdett Organs MANUFACTURED BY THE Heuky F. Miller &Sohs Piaho Co. OOSTOll PHILADELPHIA . AT FRMTK J, QOODSOLES'S NEW STORE 240 Orccola Street, LauriTxn,