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THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1912.
PAGfi SIX THE CALUMET NEWS I MINES AND MINING STOCKS GIROUX. We understand tha t duilng the month if June, Qlrous produced ap proximate SOO.OOU pounds of cupper ay Thompson. Towlc i Co Thin In dicates that this company ha now taken is place a "I ' he country's substantial producers. The Jul ship ments averaged about llM minimum tonnage of the contrail with the Ne vada Consolidated people which ralla for from 00 to i.joo tout per Asj Al though the final figure .'ti IM PTOOU nr. not available for June, they wen Ir the neighborhood of MM liimux haa now Im-rei..! its ship- merits. ami at the orescnt time I tons per day for Jllh and August should be Increased to around sOO.tMMt pounds a month, and It ia estimated that he earnings for theae months vlll run between $50,001) and ISO. ooo. Haaed on average grade of Qtroux ore and the treatment the maximum of l.-00 tona per day. the Bfbpert will show n production of appmxi n'titi i 1 :.iMt(i,o(Mi iounda er atinuin. Thi on the coat of Vty cents as esti mated by the management would r ault at 17 cent copper, in earnings at $500.000 per ear Although an out put of .?o tons per day la not com mensurate with the size of the pn tjr, the treatment of SVetl thla tomej atoeea the i;iroux on a self -sustaining basis, which should enable the com pany to further open Its Alpha ore bedv and. in addition, lay aside a con siderable surplus. TUOLUMNE. Butte The Tuolumne Copper com pany has signed a three-year contract with the Washoe smelter for treating Its ores. It Is considerably more tsA enable In its terms than the previous contract, and will enable the Tuolun nr- i ompany to mine its second class (uc with a fair profit. A tread) the shipments of sec. , nd -. lass "r,s lia been increased to atout M4 tons a ciay, and the output of first ' t - ores has also been Increased. on the 1. 800-foot level the Tuolumne c mpany has an enormous tonnage of se. ,,nd :iss ores, the main ore body averages between three and four per cnt 'upper. There is also consider eotf flrst class ore on this level, as well as on the l,5m-foot level, values running as high as J.'i per cent In cop per. It Is expected that before the e lose of the vear that the production !rom the Tuolumne will be Increased to a point where the company will be earning at the rate of at least $1 share on the outstanding Stock, While the ,'lrectors have not, as yet. seriously considered the matter of dividend, it mav reasonably be ex re ted that a dividend will be declar ed earl in September. BOSTON A CORBIN During the past two months Boston '.rMr has been able to meet pine t P. ally all the expense of dsvelopsncfc I s ork from ..re shipments so that no inroads hae I ei. mad. on ti ni- psnv's cash account, which President Austin says now amounts to $l..0.0OU. The new .'00-ton concentrator wH h v ill oet about ttio.n'iii is expected t be in operation rixt winter. I'lana have neen approved by the directors r.d 'ontracis will b. awarded with ut dHa. It Is I roposed to ship the c ncentrates to tb Fist Butte or i .ir fleid smelter. With th ..m nr a-oi h peration the directors say the 'mpato "ill show profit of ISCO.eOv per ennum on a l-cent copper market oi S3 oer share on the Ili'Q.wi shares outstanding. At th- prejfei.t time tb-? mine claims reserves of between Cfi and tons if nr". imSVlenl to supply the concentrator for three ...h j SOME ROCK SHIPMENTS. Shipments of rpek fr"tn Van mUir to the mills of a few Lake Superior '.cmpantes sre as follows: AUotaM 1.120 fn. Centenniil. ISO; Tama rs'k t. .'''. (s eo'.a. r-'0; Abmeck, " ". Karar I, ran' h. QfjefollL No Kearssrge, 2K) tons North sTflrir ra;s. 1 ltd South KcKanarse. 1,600. J. A Minnsr f'o. MONTANA CLINTON Montana Clinton's annual report is out and hows thai m Ma) '11. IfJS, there were r-uistan litis 74.1 Sd sharen. Daring the past ar tbe diioped I. IM tons of ore md received from the Same "17. '70. The report sla ws the 'omparn is very much hlmrt of ragll. i. A. Mlnr.enr A Co Copper. orie of the i, est Informed men in the lniterf Stati s on the .,pper sltu- stlon. In sra-aklnir of the rositlon of the metal it the present time, says: CmauinaTg of copper in this coun rv r loaded up cith business. K -ery mill that I know r is working to Its utmost capacity, having not cfffll Sil b liijsiriess II in taNe care of. but more than It an handle, and ftogg what I i m understand this con iiUefj is peactkMltjr the same abroad. Ttiete is no longer competition br I ween the mills, for they coei4 not Ink nnv more business if same greTe offered snd coHfasjagwlly all competi tion is eliminated. He ardtrig the buying of eftfgff4 this Is quiet at the pri snl time, al though all stiles are being made at 17c. It will not be lotiK, however. l. f.re another Mg buvuig tnoiemeiit Will set in. it Ilia i he one week, two v. eeks, peihaps UsfNb Of even four BROKERS' GOSSIP WeeUs that We will li n I" Walt, hill for ea h day It is put off, tin pi,dii ers are streiigthciiin.' Hums.:,, v bile each daj i.ak.n the position of the consumer, and H the) t l.i lit their purchases and all hu ;it once. It will mean that the will pay a much higher price than It the Inlying i- tended over a longer time. "The most significant feature ol the i oppcr situation today, in my mind la that the coasuaaen are not lighting Ihe present price ol .oppcr. The are content to pav 17 and expect ti pav inoir .uid are willing to do so There is absolutely no antagonism ! twiiu the consumers and the pioduc- rs. I'tiey are both i xt t emel anx ious to see a stable market and a um lot Ml price As .1 I. Stilt ot till; I t. lleve that the present imi . of COpPCd will be at hast maintained for a cott ddera'de time to , nine." Victoria. The mineral pmdsjcl of Victoria fM luh was 17a. .t1 pounds. The ant t ea -son for the falling of mi prodm t the last threi moo hs is the shiatam or mineis and trammers This yu also made .t i Mfr) ti oipot n ils to dil continue drif.mi: east 1 1 m No. r, shaft The drift artei is in fault and g crosscut is being! run to get the in. The lower !, . I. a-t from N'o. -haft have opened up isMd ground. At present thf ninth drilt west and the thirteenth. Sftecath, nlnct.ti th gg twenty-first aeat art all o. vis. fJe the twenty-secoml work is temporal :i sgfenfML For the first six month- ,if I01S, tfc omp.ir: eamcd froin mining p m lions $ii.!):7, and $'.!' was spctM . 'ti-tructton. iUipment. B v lights, etc. The treMMT has a .i dl i.aalnce ,.f j:..::iiii. It is expe ti l that earnings will h nr. a.'ed coaetdarahll when he ni ssary numl.er of men an le gecuratl and evcn effort is l ing ni uh ! - ure them. Copper Market Firm. Domestic busini ss ci. utilities f n! and modi rati tales ol i pp r art tai- ing pi. i e iui thg basis ..I 1 7 . for electrultlc which prii e is l in, fullv mair.tamei! p) gl of ih I, ulin; prodm ing interests. A re)sarl oi C3M f the lirgest producir. intereetg m?9 that Ins - ompany has pra ti-ally hi. posed of all of its S pt. mia r , ,,p. per ar.l that it would la ditticult i ok much more htgelaeee with dosgMM tie i oniuiiu rs for ii .,bir dehveri without shutting off their forciffl - ub t-'in- 1 .- Mayflower Drdl Cere. It is stati -I the cor-- taki n front No .'ti hole at the May So wet propert mm be placed on public exhibition In a fee deys. Th, time of bispectlon has Igucp left hi the dlrectera to th dlacretlon f fOapC ilondplg as his preeence w i : !"! iblj he required In explain tl;i ore. wllh h shows at 17 foot BHiyO lalold from depths nl M2 to ii: feel and a Inr th- r '" foot A m trda lud I" - terpen depths of U04I and I4SS feet, ti total showing of K!7 feel ol Aiii-o I ld. From dei-lhs of 1 to L040 feel the di ill n.i.i m trap. OIH Colony. The N-. drill hole o-, the hl olony property has slight evidences f mineraliai ion hill no4lsttt that can sa ot b I. lent iff ! as the Mavflov. ir lode. The nnlicat ions are laVOtabie however for . uttn i; tbi.s lodv and the ppir lust romlng Into tlu drill cote believed 10 bfl li st above the W de. PrHi-ts H- Cent Metal. John Stantnri who has ai lived i ihe i -ii i country for i.-ut of n paction of tin Wolveriee and dIIh mlif-s In which In h inti tested pi ts is -int ropper within N das. r MARKETS Boeton Cof tin past five days tin- n ark- t haa ad vain e l .steadily and it i. onlj natural thai we should havi a health-, reaction Mrhlcl curred to day and ulii-li ina.N' si-iiiewhat I'llf tlier Then- was very little feature lot ally, man) --i the stocky being quo! - i only In odd lots. Chi no anil Nevaih' Consolidated wen- the moot active ami lllOWed adarices. R. L. Hall of Oay K Sturgls. Boston opening prices showed a gain all through the list, but the vol ume of Irs mot l liuii declined and prhes did not hold. In the last hour nslderatih- prAt-taking appealed and the list showed a fractional de cline. Calumet Artnofts declared the regular dividend a was expected and the price was pra'ti ally un bang- en. Hilpetior Ar Hoston took on ne life and void up to :'i,4 on heavy Initi al Hon I i.si. t or Paine, Webber A Co. BOSTON SfOCK6. (Fiom Pame, Wei her A Co., an. I Cay A Sterg s.) A malgnmate-l St) &S Advent ure ! 1)4 A Honor St ' Algomab 0i '-'h Anndlan Ahnn-'k . Arln. '-inutf l Benton 'ortdn . . Holts & Balk, itutte .v- Muparkvf Copia r Kane . ( 'alunn I A riso i ' , i . :,iu :t..u . U 4a', . :k's, . "ti'-i 7i'2 .ir. :,v. . 2: . tt Ul . 4 ft . 11 14 - IMi U k 'almiu t .v II- la Vnti nnlal ntino pair v,-t Kast Hutt. rranklin . Uin kg fcW I fjgaans Canam i 10 i I llanc.ck ; Hedl ttoid itag IndSaua 1SV: ! Inspiration 18 l Is!- Kovale 15 H 3. K - w . i m a 1s 1 Lake , S 3j Ln Salle Vj 7 Mass " I Miami SO'-s 29 Michigan -' 2 Mohaek tit1 a Max t .iwif 14-H i: North lb, tie .Ii'4 ' dd Dcentaien 5s ssst 's. . ola its lis ld 'olonv inii o v tilnc) '.-J Si 9.1 Koperioi v. 3oetoi 114 ' Superior 46 n .-'hamion H IK'a, Shall rk M SSj Tamai ick 431 44Vs 'tab Copper g2a bz h Vlctorls :i 3W Winona 6 ' 1 , rinc 10U 108 Wyandot '. . . tk 2V: CURB STOCKS. I A Minn- ar & I ' i. sa tOSlur : Ifnrkel uas called upon today to serk mon prnfil taking which it did it- our lunation .ry h.nnlily, and m in bett-r shape ronight. C & A. dl- ractorg mel in imiuth today, and i i tared quarljerly dividend of $l. This i - tin : IBM as last Qjttal telj and is ia - tbfc Beptembei .':t t.- stock of record Bapt ember 1 s. & Q was g feature on the curb, selling up to IU on th reporl of s rich strike in the Lime- stone shaft, opening up a large body Of oil. (J. A. Minnear dt Co. sod AUe, Algom.ih 6'4 fejj Untleeh . ...350 355 A t in ihl iv !-H Butte Balk 3Vi M Bohemia 3 31 Chemung ; Chief, 1 'ons fM 1 If CoL 1 ns .s ''hlno 3714 374 Cal. Sorbin os .10 '"ai. & Mont .20 CorMn Copper n 1 ''actus 10 imux 54 BB lloton 1 'upper u f liuiiaalahs 7 og I I an- o U L'sti Fnfdnna iKi in Inspiration h i:i Ken eenaw 1 ir-M Kerr Lake -j '.'7,1 Keating 2V 2: I .ake ( Copper 3fi .111'.. L, S. gj A 1 1 a; Mayfiower 14 pg Miami jitv, New Keys 2 2 Vi New Baltic I V Nipisslng 7 7 North Lake 54 fi PJHraray 4 44 Oneoe 2 2 I ld ( ' doiiy 104 igti Skgtftuck . . . , n u Santa itosalia .T, .30 Sup. S Globe 08 .10 Sup. S Hoston ftg) o 1,4 South Miami m . . . . ,"i r, Tphopah 7 7 HIS PREFERENCE FOR HOME Oliver Wendell Holmes Unable to Get Any Real Pleasure in the Vaunted "Tavern." Don't talk to me about taverns! There is Just OM fOTOlne, clean, de cent, palatsbla thing occasionally to be had In them namely, a boiled egg $be soupB taste prc-tty good Bomo times, but their sources are Involved ln a darker mystery than that of the Nile. Omelettes taste as If they bad been carried In the waiter's hat, or fried ln an old boot. I ordered scram bled eggs one dHy. It must be that they had been scrambled for by some body, but who who In the possession of a sound reason could have Bcram Med for what I had s't before me un b r 1 1 1 tit nam'? Mutter! I am wonder Ing why the taverns always keep it until It Is old. Fool that I am! Ah if the tavernB did not know that if it was good It would bo eaten, which Is not what they want. Then the waiters, lth ihelr napkins what don't they do with those napkins! Mention any ono thing of which you think you can ay with truth, "That fhey do not do." Every six months a tavern should burn to the ground, with all ItB trnps, Its "properties," its beds and pots and kettles and Stan afresh from its ashes like John l'hoenl.x-Hquibob. No; giv me home, or a home like mine, where all is clean and sweet, when tOllee bus pre-existed in the bar ry and Ion has still fnlut recollections of the pigtails thai dangled about tha plant from which It was picked, where butter has not the prevailing charac ter which Pope assigned to IVmhnm. Wb4nTa "nip could look you in the face ir it ,i eyee" (which it hns not), and where tha comely Anne or tha gracious Mergaref takes the place of these napkin bearing animals. Oliver Wendell Holm I, St I'; ill -t I til iti m It h.li fm If12 Will total 1 ver 6en Janttar) I, . tearing! ee.aes l r MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES F. W. McNsir, President. txMated 'n lake Sip. rior dis trict. Mines and mills seceisible for college work. For iwir T' n, and Record of Graduates apply to President or Sei ret it y. HOUGHTON, MICHIGAN. When a man assumes control of a bank account he Is bound to ft a great deal of good out of it apart from the money w hi b he a- cumulates. The experien.- he v. Ill get ln the practice at self-denial, piuiotu arlty and stick-to ativenese. Is bound to prove of inestimable hlue to hlin. HO will ven soon become familiar with the Snpesdtor'l side of the banking business and this Is worth a whole lot to anvbody Taking it all 111 all the ".Savings Bank Habit" is about tha best habit any young fellow can form. This bunk Is ready to an courage the lialut and sn who a 1 e In terested are Invited to call. The First National Bank OF CALUMET ORIGIN OF FAMOUS PHRASE Belief that Common Political Term Sprang From a Horse Race Held In Tennessee. The political term "dark horse" ta thought to have had its origin in the following circumstance : In the last centurv there lived in Tennessee a "character" named Flynn, an elderly person who doalt In horses Flynn generally contrived to own a speedy nag or two for nu lng purposes If he could arrange for a good thing" during his peregrinations throughout the sfste. The best of Flynn's flyers was a coal black stallion named Dusky Pete, almost a thoroughbred and able to go in the best of company. Ono dny Flynn visited a town where a race meeting was in progress. He entered Pete. The people, knowing nothing of the horse's antecedents and not being over Impressed by his ap pearance, backed the local favorite heavily against the stranger. Just as the beasts were being sad died for the race, a certain Judge Mc Minamee, who was the "oracle" of that part of the state, arrived on the course and was made one of the race 1 judges. As he took his place, on the stsnd he was told of the folly of the owner of the strange entry. Running his eye; over the track the Judge Instantly rec ognlred Pete. "Gentlemen," said Mc- j Mlnamoe, "there'a a dark horse In this ; race, as you'll soon find out." He was right. Pete, "the dark horse," j lay hack until the three-quarter polo was reached, when be went to the ; front with a rush and won the race. DISSOLVE BONE IN THROAT Use of Lemon Juice at Critical Time Is a Thing Worth Keeping in Mind. Sitting at a planked shad dinner in Yon iters, a laughing guest drew a bone into his throat and he began to strangle. Some one-euggcated that the sufferer swallow a fragment of dry bread. "Oh, no," exclaimed sn Osslning man. "Don't give him bread. It might catch the bone and it might not tilvo him something that is sure to give re lief." Reckoning to a Waiter, he said: "Hring me a lemon, cut In two." And It was brought without delay. Taking one section, ho offered it to the chok ing guest and told him to suck the Juice and to swallow it slowly. Direc tions were faithfully followed, and In about a quarter of a minute the af flicted one placed the half lemon on his plate, looked Into the anxious faces around the table and smiled. "Well, Joe," Baid one, "how about It?" "It's gone," was tha reply, "the bone has slipped down." "Not exactly that," said tha Ossln ing man. "The bone slipped down, all right, but it was melted first by the citric acid. I never knew it to fall to dissolve a fishbone You can test the power of lemon Juice by dropping some on the fishbones you may have lying on your plate" Several diners tried the experiment. In each case the acid reduced the bone to liquid gelatine. Art's Place In Life. Art calls forth contemplative emo Rons, otherwise dormant, and creates ln the routine and scramble of Indi vid u n 1 (rantl and hsbltR a sanctuary . . . nay, rather a holy hill, neither ploughed nor hunted over, a free high plsce In which we can see clearly, breathe widely, and. for a while, live harmlessly, serenely, fully. Vernon Lee. Pnri has lust held It forty -sec tilt annual dog show. Mort C. Getchell See King the nomination for aherirf of Houghton county asj the Republican ticket, respectfully and earnestly s; nils our aid and Influence In securing same ami promises if nominated and sleeted to diechnm Mm duties of this hostel ibla office in a Mir and laysartlsl manner, to work In SSMnony with the proeecutlng attorney, whoever he mav be, to the end that the laws of the state ma; h propert) Mforesd, and il so to aid and assist ;n ;:iitg Hough Ion counts a bttsjHssjM admin 1st ration that will red. t , re.ljt on the part) and on tha county and Its oncers. l.-t u show our Interest in the par ly and in the government of t'ie c nu tty by taking part In the pi mar) vie Uuu on August f7tHi 1 I Our Vault Protects A f e r ' 1 '' 1 Calumet Slate Bank f CALUMET. MICH. The Occupations of Kings. Thus Nero went up and down Greece snd challenged the fiddlers at their trade Aeroptts. a Macedonian king, made lanterns; Harcatlus. the king of Parthlit, was a mole catrher. ami Blaqtee, the I.vdlan, filed needles. Jeremy Taylor. It pays to advertise. CLASSIFIED ADS HELP WANTED MALE. wantko Young men and wemea who are Intcreated in net urlng a Kooi offlea position to write for cop) of our latest catalog. Addreas Laurium Commercial School. Laurium II LOST. LOST I oolvct 1 U, it.tinin,: IT". :i'. Kin trie Park. Finder will ic rtberal y rewarded ! returMSg same to '.il untel 'cw h office. -1 i FOR SALE. FOR SALE) OR EXCHANGE Monde: Vug. I'Uh. 1 arloiH of fresh milk cows at nreensttlclds' sale stfthli Phone Ifl L 7 BU8IN82M FOR SALE if you have mall means hacked with ability and j good reputation you can buy on easy iteims one of the olilest established. tOS land coffee routes in Calumet and vi inity. Splendid opportunity tor ex 1 pei ten ed route man Must sell at once. K. N. Manning s) Co. Appl ' M J. Richards over I, vile theater, I mi nun IT i IK SAI.K Hon ch ild K I IliniiK chairs, rockers, chiffonier. ta'de.i kitchen cabinet, rugs, sanitary COttCll etc. '"heap it taken at once Ovef Aseellna' Drocery store, sixth st. tf HELP WANTED FEMALE. W.W'I'KH Mist Class iliniiin room girl. No oilier need apply, feudal Hotel, Laurium. -in V I" I I !iil lor gem 1.1I ho,,:.. work. Tlmmaa ( 'in kPi, SOI Itocklai. i Rt. 1 1 VA NTKIi A I Calttnml HoteL an as shrtanl co k WANTED 1 H ih washer. Michigan 1 ife Apply at JOHN HANLEY R'publitun t'antldata for SHERIFF. ResT'ei 1 fullv solicits votir support an I InSnance al the Primaries, Augurd ?1 Paine, Webber & Comp'v Boston, Mass. BANKERS AND BKOKERS Direct Private Wire Connection with Boston and New York Curb Stocks (liven Special Attention! W. L. STANNARD, Manager, Calumet Office J. A. MINNEAR & CO. BROKERS MARKETS S. A B. FEATURE REPORTED SHAM, CHtNO AND RAY HIGHER. C. A A. DIVIDEND $1. Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoced Constantly Calumet, Mich. Laurium Mich. Members Boston and New York Exthdnges GAY & Calumet Branch Phones 813-814-829 EFFECTIVE First WalterDid that Arizona ranchman give yon a tip? Si i mid Waiter i should say be did I Ho told mo if I didn't step lively he'd blow off the top of my head! Praisa Be, the Brother Was Lying. Police courts are not always marked by nn atmosphere of piety, hut tha 09 ce,uion to the rule occurred in a court where a very religious man, against whom one of the neighbors had made n complaint, was being tried for some trivial offense. The complaining wit ness was called to the stand to relate his side of the story, and the defen dant listened closely for several min utes. Then his personal feelings over rode court etiquette and he rushed up to the Judge, fervently exclaiming: "Your honor, Ihe brother is lying. Praise the Lord I" Italy Is to establish a wiralese ata t ion in Brlndtal LEGAL NOTICES. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet & Heel Mn'fl Co Who with V sell their bouses or buy Houses on Co. Land; who have rooms to rent or who wish to rent rooms, are invited to advertise in this column without any expense. FOR s i .' : I n i house 2011 Seta' met ave. x I' iR SALK House, !i room hatii t:nr. Kim st.. Yellow Jacket x KOR SALK Klglit room house, .Ty 12 Ridge Mt. x KOlt HALW House at iy leasonabl flg-ure wlUl good cellar. r.L'n 4th ft BlOe Jncket Apply on premises nr S h mHea FOR fti;T Roums. Apply 3:iai Tem ple st. a ink SAI.K Ki. loom house Nu. It street. Apply Jss. Marnette, Kult sai.K Tunnel St. Ft it HALE- -flSl' Hecla BL FOR BALK Five room House, 85 Al blon. ' FOR BAIJI i room house. 4087 QoM If Wim BAMD 7 room house Ne, lft.'.'t 11 vela St., Hecla. Bnqulre on preie- AT A Ol ami RICH STRIKE IN LIMESTONE j Private Wires to all the Leading Exchanges STURG1S Roy A. Young Resident Manager I FOR SALL -'.i -room house, auuuuer kitchen coul shed, bHrn Boom for I bonus, etc. Apply U.Uf. He la Ni.. Il ls. rK HALL loom cottage, -t . barg.i'.n, .Hit Liberty Street. RaytD faeultewn. txm tntJT, I rontii bouasa No . befi hi I Calumet dam, lnulii within. KOR .SAI.K -f-f oom bous. 4us i Hi. rDR IAUI ll-tooin bouse. Api OOckland Ht. frOR BALI House IS4I llei la Hecla, Rot k foundation. tit.. tXHH sai.k Ureesn heasaa, ion: ijtur ham st. FOR HALIlTrooui hmkm.'iio Watei -works St POR SALK 7 room house, azipFItTdfe St. a i'MIt SAI.K 8-r oom liounc. No. .1 1 "U Caledonia St. Particulars ai Wlcs- stiom f'o.'s Store. Tine St. KOlt 8ALB -Nine room botwe with bath room, stoiio fouiulatioti, aleam heat, electric light and hardwood tl i dOngOtallS. large attic, also front anil Sack ata Ira Terms reasonable, v ir."n Bebooi gt. hR S A LK S - room nousw, 370 Cale donia Bt Aply on premises. KOR 8ALR 1 Room Houae. a miiv ts Acorn st. i "K BALK -7 room bouae, 39s: Os eeoln Road. Newtown. K( H SAId; 7-rooin hoii ie. I 1 ' rnel svanve, in good condition snd cheap, Ki Ht BAl f: House, No. Ilil tonaai St.. Snedetown. n k BALB Bouat) Mo. W TaftOW Jacket. KR ItKNT i, nioni house No 1 PYanBUn St.. l'lorlda. POR RJDNT I rotnlghed rowma. Mod cm convenletK'es. .1 v r .l'.cott KOR BALK Kot I, block :i ivoirerins St., Klorldat Apply at Mrs. CkaP man's boarding house. 12? Kearssrge Bt.. south. rOR SALS room liotihi'. No. loH Swed. town road. Apply on premlsea. POR SALK 8-toom hUaV 3IR Smith Sixth St, Newtown, on C. eV H. property. x FiTk BALK Houae, 161b Ht7ITsi KOR SAI.K Hcven room house. Calodotila Bt.. Calumet. Mich. I ill SAI.i: House No. 41.7. Caledon' Bt . Albion. P 'It BALK lloiise. No. tt)3 1 sk TellOW Jacket. i' dt kknt ma fui Sal i : 4S2fi Acorn Bt. KOR sai.k tseeiln houae, cheap. Caledonia Bt. Kt R S l.i. Six-room bouse. H lAiirlutn Ht. I '"U SALK 7 room bouse snd Im. 2S07 1 Bt. WAXTKrjBoafdera M Wedge BU Calumet. H)R s . LK St-r.om" "house, mo lera Pom i.o neeo stearr h n I. good fuiin- da ti,.n and plumbing. Apply U-i" C-aW1 brla St , Calumet J