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or HE A Wookly Journal Dovotod to tho Various Interests of Iron County. Subscription, $2.00 Year, In Advance. C. M. ATKINSON, Editor and Proprietor. Crystal Falls, Ikon County, Michigan, Saturday. Junk ii, 1887. Numukr 21. Volume I. i ; A CLEAN -iniwt 1 mmlo it my CLOTHING. FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, Etc. . and in order to do thi successfully wo have made A BEEP ClJT in our price, which have nlway In-en lower, than those of any other house. NOTHING IS THE MATTER with these good nor with me. I am not going to Mil, nor go out of business, but I want YOUR MONEY and in order to pet it in a legitimate way I will offer my Mammoth Stock -At Such LOW PRICES THAT WILL PARALYZE COMPETITION. "MAX' The Agent for the lust lAiropean Steamship Lines. 1 ai rope. Killed by a Moving Train. The crowd ot in ople assembled at the dojMit hint Sunday, witnonned a ncene which luunt have nelted the hnnlest heartn present. AnunfortunateHtranger who ban only recently nettled in this town, wan run over by the can. The niangled and bleeding lmdy wiih taken into the waiting room and can fully laid on one of the In-nche there. Dr. Metcalf won immediatt ly HUinmonetl and did all he could to alleviate the poor fellowV Kiiffei ingH,but it wanappairnt t all that ho would noon pann to Ium lant, long n nt. The old adage, "where there i life there is Iioih'," w ntrong in death' presence, but to no avail and shortly after bin spirit had n turned ti it maker, a Hinall piece of card boaid, which he had eagerly clutched in bin hint convul-ioiiH, wan taken from bin hand, and on it the fol lowing wonlH weiv itihciilied: "liny your good at The Fair." Dm'tclub yournelf forifjuling thin, beca une Lunt field mutst advertine, you know. PiniUH and Orcnii. (i. Kuhterman,' of the linn of 0. and H. Kuwterman, the muwic and musical in nt rumen t dealing linn of Given Hay, wan here thif week and hold neveral inMtru ment. To any one contemplating the purchase of an internment, it will 1k tor their intercht to nee Mr. Kutdernmn,who will Iw in town every thirty day. That tirm will Hell you an organ for a very Hinall Hum of money paid down on de livery ot the inntrument nnd the rent in monthly inHtallmentH. G. and H. Kim tennan nell the Kranich & Path, Welier, Steinway, Chickering, Knaln. iVcker llroM., Peck V Son, Emcrnon andClirintie pianort and Sterling, Taylor eV Parley, Uunlette, Clough ifc Yanen, New Eng. land, Smith, American, Chicago, Shon inger and Whitney orgnnn. InntrumentH Holtl on cany term a ndprici guaranteed aM low an at the factorieHormtiMichouwM in the cant. All of our inntrumentH guar anteed for five yrnin and no charge for trpairing made to customer. Oldoi-garm and pianos taken in exchange towanl new ouch. A large nnortment ot nheet munir, munic lM)ok and inntnuncntM, violinH, guitarn, flute, acconlionn, or uuinettit. violin strings an well hm all kindi of musical ii.enhandis'. CjiII and nee SWEEP. rutin tek ol llne- Heckle Clothiers. Drafts sold to any part of our large ntock r nend for catalogues No. 217 Wanhington nti-eet, Gnt n Pay, Win. For Sale. IhihinesM lot 120 feet deep and thirty feet front. The lot coriHintrfof the went thirty feet ot lotM207and 2S nnd20x:t0 ftrt on the HOth-west corner of lot No. 201). Frontrt on the main ntivet and 'i a dehirable businesM ItK alioii. For fur ther particular call on or addir Tin: Diamond Dhiu., Cryntal Fall, Mich. Don't Experlincnt. You cannot affonl to wante time in ex jH i imenting when your lungn arc in dan ger. CoiiHumption alwa.VH hiviiim, at tirnt, only a cold. Do not jK ruiit any dealer to impose ujon you with Home cheap imitation of Dr. King'HNew Dis covery for conHUinption, couglm and cold, but lie. mire you get the genuine. Pecjoine hecan make more profit he may tell you he linn Home thing junt mm good iirjuMt the name. I)n'tl deceiveb but iiiHint uMn getting Dr. King' New Dir. co very, which i guaranteeil to give i li f in all throat, lung and client affection. Trial Iwdtle fnt at. I. E. Power' drug htore. Large bottle $1. A Sound Leiral Opinion. 1. Painbridge Munday, Enq., county j attorney, Clay county, Texa, nay: 1 i. . . t 1 A - ' . 1 i tl I ... A. liaveuHiti j.iecinc imier wnn inowt hapy renultH. My bntherwaalovery low with malarial fever and jaundice, but wa cun-d by timely ue of thU metlicine. AmHatinfleil Flixtric Pitter Havtnl hi life." yir. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Hoic Cave, Ky., add a liketeHtlmony,aylngr lie pohitivcly lwlieve he would havelied had it not UVnfr Electric Pitter. Thi gn at irtmily will wanl off aw well acun all malarial dineane and for all kidney, liver and Htomach dinonler ntand uu piallil. Price fifty cent and $1 at J. E. Power'. Not Ire. Pa!1 U will tvcIpvM In ih town clerk onii until Tumlif, Jim 10. 1H7, Rt 7 j. in., vlh ropoHHU for th fumtrhinit of nU iivh nrv intrr1l nnt litll1lnix h four foot Mwnlk on Fifth ntni-t, cnuin 1d cm th runt corner of Firth ntrt hIhI Stijrlor BVfnur,RUlniMnlu(f i tir hn ( Yyital mvcuii ntxl tlm tttrnwlon of t ! KlOewiilk on the neat llt cf tl mmr i-tn-t fnm Mnrcjnrttf to Ml. htimn nvnuu'i, t1 t tt ritriiHlnti of r nMfwnlk on thrrimt I1 ofTlilnl ptn"t from Mufjin-t ti to Ml IiIlhii vruin, -ronlhm to j.iiui mh4 inc atlorx Jtow In M c h'rk'n oHlcf, C'Ontr tor to l!h kooI nml nuWrlnt mirtl for tin- faithful rforfnafni of mil l ork, T1- townnV'ji Tnnrl m-mtvc th rt t to n' t ny mi 1 v' '. '.t. Oatc. tYyxtal I.:;. ji.t.? , ir .7, a. Ltirrm.n, cifrk. A PUNTING ('AMI. ! l'rojarfl OrfftnltattoH of n Awrtlt Vlnh tu Malnhtht n Hunting Vttmp, There i nomo talk among the younger ! busincHH men of thin place, of establish I ing a hunting rami) thin fall. The mo I this operandi HUggonted by the leading spirit In the scheme i to find Home miit ; able location for game and good ground, j and such are very plentiful hereabout, j build camp or put up tent and place a ' complete hunting nnd ramping outfit on the ground and engage a ert4on to re main then? during the hunting season to j take care ot the premise. With all of 1 thin an it nhould Ik?, the mcmlier of the j club, if nuch it i to le, can run' out to 1 the camp and remain a day or ho with i out going to all the trouble and exenHe ! of carrying the necessary campequippage j with them. The idea in a xplcndid one ami will readily commend itself to the ! mnjoiity of our niKrt-loving in-ople, ami I should not fail to ln carriel out. To ioiganizea spot ting club and maintain a ' hunting c.imp dining the neanon, would j not 1h very expensive and would 1k con- ' ducive t,t much lienetit and pleasure in then-nil. All of our Inline men are j lover of the royal i-poit of deer hunting ' uud hay with the ancient bard that, ' j day hH-nt in the chase i not counted in ' lifu' lease," but to "go camping" and ! . . . . 1 , 1 1 !-. nail uo it taK"h a witk or more aim in in iny instance they do not care to nls scnt tin msclvc from busmen that length of time, but with a camp such an men tioned, they could npond two day o! each week there and not have their busi news sufferin consequence. Campingout n u general thing, i a very exenMive luxury, but in thin way it could K; di vidod up ho that all could have a good w'IImiu'k hunt, with comfortable nnd plea Mint hoi rounding, at a very small coMt. The hchemo should le jx-rfected nil th it i requirel to bring it to that ktiifi !4 f.ir Kdtni Helvetic, inteii-stcd ! person to take hold of it and make it so. ! The oivaui.ation of an association for : that purpose will cettninly meet with ! hearty ci.coiiragi nn nt hen. r A KENDLEY'S AIM! EST. Thr I i-ih lllrrr Itrjtortrr'ti lxrhntitr t'rr Oc t'untnnttlntf lltrrrttH, The Editor of the Iron County lie porter, publihetl at the ex-county neat, unburden himnelf in the appended, n'la tlve to the arrent of ex-townhiptreaur-er E. A. K end ley on the charge of etnlx-z- Sxlement. It look a though the editor entertained fear that ome people might think he wa in Home way mixed up in the matter and heonly write the follow j ing tohhow that he iof the opinion that j Mr. Kendiey i not guilty: "Our ex ; change in commenting upon the arrent I of ex-townnhip treaMtirer 1'. A. Kendiey ' are mixing many fact with false rumor, i Among these, that Mr. Kendiey sold a J large amount of good In -fore turning the 'ntock over to Mr. Park. The good ' were Hold by Mr. Park' agent In-fore the balance wen? removed to Crystal Fall. ! It i true that Mr. Kendiey traded hi businesH proK-rty lit iv fora farm in Wis ! consin. In the trade Mr. Hunter allowed ! him $2,000 for his projerty here, and j a weunderstand it, received $400 inrush from Mr. Kendiey. There was a mort gage on the farm, which Mr. Kendiey assume which make up the balance of the purchase price of the farm. The public should not pay any heed to tumor. For our putt we In-bcve only a small portion of the stories afloat. Im mediately after the alleged rolaVry, a report wa circulated that Mr. Kendiey ' n ut for the waiter nt four o'clock on the morning after the robN ry, while the fact that it wa nearly nevcn o'clock when the message came, and we arrived at the ntore, distant one block, a tew minute ln-fore the whistle blew for neven o'clock, j At that time Mr. Kendiey wa crying like a chill and it wa half an hour 1n ' fore he wa Hiifllciently calm to tell hi veision of tho rolaVry. A noon j as wo learned the .fact we advised h'm to place the matter in the hand of ti e sheriff, and with that our 'Connection with the raw? ended ; nor have we ninee ; taken any interest in the matter except , to try to trace a few falsehood to their 1 Houree, a task we found toodiflicult. A to Mr. K' guilt or innocence, we formed the opinion that he had Urn roblied at first, and we have heard nothing reliable ! to cause u to change that opinion. We have made no comment upon the vne for the simple reason that wo did rot I wish to influence the public one way or the other and we would not havewritton I tho alnive laid not paer from abroad j been circulated throughout the county, WE'I(E QOIfiQ TO FIL to lo able to nnnwer all the question put to u re ganling the iH)Kibility of Helling A No. 1J llmtcla good at SUCH RIDICULOUS LOW PRICES. Just think, a first clan woolen suit for $5.00 good enough tor a King. A Pair of Congren Gaiter Shoe for 2.00 good enough for a Senator. A Lndda Pa Hat for US' too nice for a Ponton dude. A yard of Drew Goods for 7 nice enough for a bride. A yard of PresGinghnni for i 'good enough for any lady A yard of Lawn for 4 good enough for a ciueen. WR HAVE GOTTHEM and we ate bound to catch your eye in everything else ever carried in a first da. establishment FT R E IS HOT wo are HOTTKK and will make it HOT for all who patronizo outsider and pack IHildler. Our customer shall have the iN-neflt. 1X)N'T F0KGET THE 4 PEP CENT. DISCOUNT CAUDS AT "THE FAIR. A. LUSTFIELD, Prop'r, Gf:T FOIl Tni& Ih' Shirts, The Domestic Sewing Machine, The JUst Steam fihin Lines, The Tnv Steam Lauwlry, The Katfe Rubber Stamp Works, The Mm neapolis Ihiihlins, I Atari and Protective Vnion. rout niniriL' false and carbled acctnint of t nearly everything connected with the un J fortunate matter." DIAMOND DRILL CORES. Fitrgibbon, ot the Marinette Laborer, got thing a little mixed in the following item, by locating a Florence scene at thi quiet little city. The pick-pocket and disorderly character is unknown here: ".Tack Dona van, a lumls'iman just down from the drive, say the Crystal Fall Diamond Dnn.L, wa arn stctl by Sheriff Malloy while he wa in the act of pick ing the pocket of John Morrison, in Hal erkoni tailorshop,yesterday afternoon. The thiet had Heeuivd Mr. Moriison' pocket iMiok, containingfiveilollar. He wa booked for larceny from the peron and taken In-fore Judge Coleman for ex amination. The defendent wa held for trial in the Circuit court, and released on ?r bail." .lame Tejirney, a breakman on the af ternoon freight train, wa epiite neverely hurt on Monday. A near a can In learned, he wa w itching car at Iron Mountain and jump-d on to an ore car to net a brake when hi foot Hlipl" and he fell on the inside of the car, ntriking hi leg against a projecting piece of iron, cutting a gash nix inche in length, and laying the Isme bare the entire distance. Mr. Tearney will probably U laid up some little time, but nothing more ser iou than a w vcre flesh wound j appre hended. It i rumored that a party of railroad men camjH-d near Morrison' old ranch made n ghastly discovery last Sunday. One of tho men wa distuiln d by an of fensive odor, and hi attention Inking at tracted to a certain Hpot by a collection of Hie, ho dug down a nhort distance and unearthed a coflln containing human re main. The coflln wa covered over again and the man told ot hi discovery inonoof ournaloon. Thematter nhould In? looked into and the lody Riven a de 1 cent burial, if nothing more. Range. Joseph Guella, a river driver, extracted ?2." fnm the xckct of a companion on Tuesday evening and took the early train Wednesday morning, when a tele gram KtopjH-d him. Under rdierift Prince 'ollowed on tho next train and retunid 9 9 the same evening. Tho prisoner wa taken In fore Justice Gallagher, nnd con. eluded the jHrformance by nettling ujv with the complainant and court. Why Homo of our young men do not take up homestead when there i plenty of good land ho near town, i more than can In understood. Tho time i coming, and not far off, when all of thi land wiM ln extremely valuable. What i now a howling wildenies will 1k cleared up, and land which i to-day consiilcml valueless, will noon 1h too high to purchase. No time to lose. Through n-quest of tho Ladie Aid So ciety, of the Presbyterian church, there will In? a meeting Monday evening, Juno l.'b in the church room at tho school house, at seven o'clock p. m., for the pur pose ot considering the feasibility of en-cling a church building at once. The trus ter and all other iTon interested in thi important movement are urgi-d to lo present. J. P. Avon, a first-clan blacksmith from Ped Wing, Minn., ha located in thi city. He will 1n ready for 'business) Monday, June l.'l. Mr. Avon will guar antee all work done by him. Hi shop i located at the foot of Main street, one block Houth of. tho ilejMit. Hi adver tisement will In found In anothercohmui of thi pajK-r. Mis Mary E. Hartwcll, ot Pankok, Siam, will addren ft popular mtrting in the church room at the school house on Friday evening, Juno 17, at 7:.'l0 o'clock. Go and hear her thrilling account of lift in Siam. In tho afternoon at three o'clock, nho will, in the name room, hoM a meeting for ladie only. Olin V Hopkin are not offering good at a bargain to get rid ot a lot ot sl If worn good, but will give you a Iwirgain in dry good, clothing, or anything in their line, that will mirely nave money for you. Their immense ntock i all new and fn-sh and it will pay you well to trade with them. .lame McNeil and Mr. Julia Pert rand wen1 married on Thursday of last week by Pev. W. T. iKiggett, at the residence otV. Carr. Tho contracting partie are well known here and have many friend who join Tin: Diamond Puill in wishing them much joy and continued prosjn r-ity.