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I ))-n r r HE Subscription, $2.00 Year, In Advance. A Wookly Journol Dovotod to tho Varioue Interests of Iron County. C. M. ATKINSON, Editor and Proprietor. Crystal Falls, Ikon County, Michioan, Saturday, Junk 25, 18S7. Voi.umi: I. . . . ! . -- ....4,. BUILDING! M v ston U-inss loo Hmall to accommodate the dally incmising tnule I am build-; ins nn addition to the premise, and when complete it will l the largest and hand- J women t ! WE WILL CELEBRATE. PREPARATIONS BEING MADE FOR A GRAND TIME. Clothing Store IN THISTOWN, , IN THK M KAN TIM K T 1 1 1 GRAND CLEARING SALE M j&ill We're Squeezing IS CONTINUING. -THF.UK auk somk VKUY fiOOIi- -Kit in lliw lino ! Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes, Etc. Don't wait until tlicy nn; pw, but coim- rlnlit uluns unci Sniiv tlicin. "MAX6 The Clothiers. Axcnt for tho best European Steamship Lines. Europe. 1 Draft h soil to any part of, DIAMOND CHIPS. Watch u ce K brate. Trade at Olin Heipkin'. Fishing tackle ol nil kind at Dark'. Stambaugh will celebrate the Fourth. ,T. L. Kimhall A Co., want to tnoreler. Faints, eiiland vnrnisheat Kimball'. Wednesday wan a regular Novemlier day. (iold ami silver wntchc at J. L. Kim hall & Co'h. The Trout of U. Dawson' build"igib ing painted. J. L. Kimhall A Co., do a p neral hank ing businc. Town ordern I Knight at .1. L. Kimball fc Co'h hank. New food in all of the latent style at Oliu fc Hopkins. A heavy shower of rain passeel over lu re cm Tueselay evening. A full and very complete line of fancy toilet article at Kimhall'M. A new boarding house is lieing built at the Curat Western location. Yesterday was Midsummer" day and was oWrvi-d by mr.ny Sweden. All are invited to attend u free dance at Tearney's (Ireen Hay house to-night. 1. IV Smith has put a neat fence around hi residence lot on Thinl stm t. Crvstal Fall in not to 1 out thmeand will celebrate in good style. Kenemler this. Complete maps of the prat iron licit of Crystal Fall for sale at J. L. Kimhall t Co'h drug store. Friday is the last day of the kIioo ve-ar and a vacation of ten weeks will liegin on Monday. Send to 0. U. Frime, MaHnett for line dress Roods, embroidered suits, em hroidelies, laces, etc. 1'. 1L Munhall is putting Homo im preivcme nt on his buines bu'i.jg at the east end of town. (). H. Prime. Marinette, wiU send you t-nmples of all kinds of summer dres goods on application. The Iron County Keporter fa'Vel to nhow up here last week, l'ncknge prols ably wt nt by and was lost. Mr. and Mix. Kli Massie Jire the proud possessors of a little gal baby, wh'eh came on Thursday morning. The Wisconsin Midland railroad will pass through Crystal Falls on its way to VAnse, its northern tern!nus. Will, (lalbraith sprained an ankel while playing ball on Sunday. Do not play Iwill 011 Sunday again, William. A. Cren has a lawn inowerwhichhewill use on the green sward contiguous to I'm handsome residence on Thin! stnrt. J. L. Kimball k Co., have erect;! a new and commodious barn and carraigt house on the site of the one burned in Yhruary. Dr. Kimball is erecting a small build ing cast of the drug stole which he will use 11 m an olllce, his increasing practice demanding it. Mining options liought and sold and pa 1 ties placed on options. Information readily furnishcel on application by J. L. Kimball it Co. The w ind of Tuesday night leveled a huge elm tire across the biidge on the road to the falls, which olstructed travel for a few hours. For Sale. A Fren has a quantity of dry haid wood, four foot, which he will deliver at Js.I.oojk r cord. 112 tf. (iirl Wauled. A girl capable of doing general house work, will learn of a situation by calling at or addressing this 'oUice. Liberal wagcH paid. lS-tf -I i:nutntf Crirhniilon fo h hud JVrr to the Amount vf$l3?lhflteU'J, I'"'" Unit, I'irr- I) oj., XuMr Swattrr SjHtrta audit Uriimt 1'ijrrutnn'a Ihmcc--11 ante and I2t)nt Yvurartrrm, Crystal Falls will celebrate the Fourth of July as it never did More. Although arrangements have Km a little back ward in 1 ing made, they have finally been cloel and a Hue program has Urn made up. At one time it looked very much as though there would be novel cbration heir, but several el our busi ness men realizing the fact that it would never do to comiel our h ople to go cist where to sh ml the day, pulled off their : coatsand began a collecting tour. Lvei.v I IkhIv irspomleel and now the committee 1 of airangements ha nearly three hen- jdivd dollar at it disponal, which will j Ih judiciously used and a grand celebra tion that will le long irmemu ml will l the result. The committee held a meet ing on Thursday evening at which the secietary was appointed to procure a brass band if possible and if suece-Sfdul a grand procei-sion will le the leatling feat ureof the day. The follow iirj pi og am has Imh ii made up: Orand salute of 1 1 1 guns at the rising of the sun after which the band of calithumpians will invade the city under command of thcirhonoird leader, following this will leseveralsmall sports and at nine o'clock the people will assemble at the grand stand on main stnrt where the follow ing exercises will Ik- held : I'ray. r, by Key. W. T. IoggeU; music and singing; reading of the jKrlani tion of Independence, by S. I. Ilolhster, Sr.; music; oiation, by S. I. Holliter, ,r., inuueliati ly afb-rwhieh a horse race will take place on main street under the followiugconditions: Uunniie; horserace from the warehouses to the Shelden A ShaTer mine track on main stnrt, fir for all, lest two ut if thire heats, Hint prize, SL", sirond pii.e, S10. At eleven ! o'clock a wtestling match will take place iin fronted the opera house ; the match will ('ornish style and for two pri as, llirst Slo, H-cond?10. Comintncini at one o'clock p. in. thefollow ing sp)i l.swill j take phue on main street: Hunlle race, 1(H) yaids, prize ?."; llatrace, loOyaivls, 1 prize $."; Hack race, prize 1; potato, race, pr'ae $.', thire legg' d nwe,pii.e ."; wheehbonow nice, prize -S.'i; inen's foot race, pri cS."; foot race for Imvh under ; tiftirn yearn of a.je, prize S!l; le-'nin-: long jump, pii.e ; running ho st .p, : prize .'1; standing hop step, pii .e 5.'i; running hhh jump, prize $.'l; stand:n; high jump, pilze$:t; throw wi foto l(t,i pound shoulder stone, pi ize $: ; vaeUing w ith pole, pize $IJ ; tin owing cable, prize $: climbin:: greased pole, pi ize $0 ; catch ing greased pig, pi ize, the pig; thesespoits will conclude with a biscuit eating con test Ijetwccn boys for a prize of The biseuitH will Ih dipiM'd ii molasses and usended from a pole and the contest ants' hands will Ih tied lK-hind h5m. At half past two o'elock a gam" of base bad will lie played at the ball grounds, lietwcen ' the Crystal Fall and Mastodon inne, for a pmseof SJ.". A grand d-phiy of ' tin? works will take place in the evening : and the d;'" willclose with a gianddance ! in Doucet's hall by thcC vstal Falls Fire ! iVpaitue-nt. Let evciybodv stay at i home and do all they can in making the day an enjoyable one. THIS TIME WE SELECTED CHILDREN and BOYS CLOTHING it, . . FOR OUR OBJELOT. We had them marked low but we sciueczed the price right out of them so that we are able now to ALMOST GIVE THEM AWAY AND WK HAVK LOTS OF THKM FOU F.OYS OF ALL SIZKS. We can also brag with our Lawns, our Sateens, our Farasols, our Fans, our SlipiK-n and Walking Shoes. WILL CELEBRATE the 1th of July with a Serial Sale of Cents' Necktie and Hoisery tor LtulieH and Children. Look fr it, watch for it, for it will le money in your pockcU if you nlwryn eleal AT "THE FAIR. A. LUSTPIELD, Prop'r, U!F'T FOU Tugs llro's Shirts, The Domestic Sewing Machine Jhe Fest Steam, si LhU The Troy Steam Lauwlry, The Fatfe Iluhher Stamp Works, Iht'Mm ra polis n'uih.lnx, I'oan and 'rofeeuve I moil THK WILLI K DICKINSON CASK, .1 if'tlt'' rrofuMf tl'ttt IHmainnrtttrr in Nil l-u.tffrra Jr. The Verdict FnatiiinoiH. W. D. Suit, druggist, Ihppus, Ind., tes tifies: "I can recommend Fleet 1 ict 1 lit -te-rn im tho very Inst uineely. Kvery iHittle sold haH given relict In every caw. One man took six lsittles and was cured of rheumatism of ten years' standing." Abraham Harr, druggist, IVllville, Ohio, atlhms: The Inst N-lling medicine J have ever handled in my twenty years' exjM rience, is Fleet lie Ditters." Thous ands of ' othcra have iuMnI their te-sti-inony, so that the verdict is unanimous that I'.lectric Hitter do cure all disease of the liver, kidney or blood. Only a half dollar a bottleat Dowcr'rtdi ugstore. Willie Dickinson has again liecn femnd, or what may lead to the recovery of his Wly. It will l icmeudM ied that Willie ' ilisapjH'ansl on the afternoon of Novem n v l.lhSl, while returning home from school at Commonwealth. The mystery has lnrn a ileep one and a great th ai ol 'money and time has leen sMiit in seaichi'ig for the boy, or a clew that would assist the searchers in tiudinghiui. The following from the Floience Mining New U relative to m nt developments made in Milwaukee' that wi'l soon clear up the mystery: "The latest elcvelop i incut are to the effect that- the kidnnj 'jhth toek their little victim to Mil waukir and then munleml hnn in that city. It appear tluit in April last, two jscheieil Iniy natnel Find Uishop and ! Henry Schmidt, wlelepla vieg in the lack lyartlntNo. 770 Feantirnth strt, tweeii hu field and North avenue, lentil Wanl, Milwaukee, found a Isittle cer tain'ng a letter whch tends to t!row light on the myste ry. The letb r, wlech wii very elirty and ahneist ille-gihle, wa addressed 'to any one who find this letter,' and n ad as folleiws: 'I, Henry Dame, confess that lkilleel Willie Dicken son after k'elnapping him.' The corfe -siortfurthcrstnteMl thatthe writer, Deny Daine, wa a prisemer in the house Nei. 7715 Fourteenth stnrt, and that he was dying. The letter further declared that Willie Dirkinsois boely wrs buiied at a jMiint twilvehet fioni a eeitain corner eif Ler and TWfth stree t-, in the nor;i er.i part )f the city. The boy kept their secret tor a time, but the startli"-; hu ts were placeil in the hands of the po lice about two weeks ngoanel Capt. Mel- inson was notified. He went to Milwau kere'iu Weehiifday and the mystenou affair will lx silted te the Isittom. It apiM nrs thata mapedthe country about Florence ami Commonwealth and some letters, written in 1 SSI! and siinesl 'Meir risoit,'wcre hmud witJi the confe.esioii. The Morrison referred tei is suppost-el to lie a fellow eif that name who is at vt sent se rving a term in a Michigan leni tentiary. Capt. Dickinson exauiineel the map indicateel, and preiueiumed it an n' mostlK ifect prolileof the territory ir pirsented. Investigation futhershowesl that the house em Fourttrnth stnrt wa escupieel by a stranger who wa Lieiwn under two aliases. Ciipt. Dickinsonsay that the author of the letter and map hhowe-d pel fee t familiarity with the ele tails of the alnhirtion. Three or four coiner em Lr and Twelfth sttertshave turn built up since 1HVJ, but the Mil waukee? peilice have determined to make a thorough search for the boy' body. part; wen? creditably taken. Messr. McCarthy and Howard hiirlyelivideel the honoi-rt a fun makei- ami were ieient e-lly enconel. The costume -were not only appre)niate but elegant, and the stage sett'-': handsome. Itwaan un usual enjoyable performance. Oshke h Time. ON THK DIAMOND. it 1.Sm 11 thtfiSfu.r, V. f The base In'l season wa eijK'iieil heie j on last Sanday, at which time the C.Vy I tal Fnl' and Matodn n'te crossed , bat em the diamond. The pi me wa a ; lively eine and eveiythingcousideivel, wa well played. Uolert McCeiui t olllciaiiil a umpiir and wa well handkil; FaidF. Smith lenelered valuable mrviie- im worcr. After nhiehanlcontesteeli'inl 1 each had playeel the score steiesl twenty-five to fouilee n in favor of the Crystal Falls Imys. Omer Lindsay, a It or re ieat4 el attempts, maele a UUv and K ceived wn-cral IsKpiet frenn the g'a'el stemd. ApiH'ndeil are the score- of luith nine: ( UYSTAli faua: THK MIKADO. It if ItnttdMonuli Vrrrntr,lu1h J oston ttj,mi Vtmnniy. (UllK-rt Sullivan' celelirabil Japan ese ojiera, the Mikalo, wa pn-senteel to a large audience at the ojiern house, last evening by the F.oston Comic ojienfcom pany and gave unlvei-sal satishu tion. They won favor with the audi nee from the ojiening. It contain good fnsh veuce, and several capable cornelian. The Mikado et V. J. McCarthy and H. II. Howard'a Ke Ko, were all that could In? exjKrt m1. They wen in fact artistic proeluctlons. Deie Louise King in Yum Yum-?arried it t'nough nicely and wa very sprightly. IWthu Wilson wa very goes! a Katidiaand thekdanceed the Inning, Wm. O'Hrt.-n, Oitti. llurl.-y, Win. OtUlmilth, H. Fo''T. J, politli, M. 'IVMniry, .1. I'.niwn. JoM h Sullivan, Jluueiounj, 2 :i n a 1 1 0 ei 1 1 ei o ei o t 1 1 1 7 0 O 1 1 1 1 1 o 8 0 Tut ill. o 1 I 0 21 r. o maktoimin: Innlnie. 1 2 ' I ft 7 8 t elftru Flinoin, O eehru-n. o Kr'l Mdntyrt', O K.I. lVrry. W. It. OeMt-twiM, W. Sterol k, luj-n. e. iAnMtf, Jii JTMttt TotnM, 1 t 1 1 o 1 0 1.0 1 1 O O O 0 1 O I) o o 1 o 0 n 1 o o o o 1 1 1 1 a 11 n 1 1 r o o The Cry sle I l ah boy will visit Jin-i-tesloit tei-morrow, when another gane will lie playe d. Carpets. Having now in it4ck a ve ry laege a sirtmeiit of ingrain end Drusrls ceir t 5m new tmttrrus. will U? clad to m rid sample to any one w ishing tei purchase. 1 O. It. DlUMi:, Marinette, Wis.