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( 1 1 1 nive ;ul r ! !.(: in t!:e mailt- a ivpoi t at tin? I. tut lmvlir ; t I 1!. town.Jiii) lmurtl. Tin; cominitUv. I'.'. I!. '" - "V-... ITTZr. Kimball ami SupurvUor W.m. I' " Coo Editor and Proprietor. n-cunu-n.Kil that a certain puml - I.:r.:l . K-in. ..f 41,.. ..,..,, I i, muv ' ' i I'i'ii ki"'"" .-..,. ., 7 ... t. fnrHu niirhi)M Tin 1:iih! i n'.vtutl OY . . ' "V ,11.. Hottim ilfU l i A KIM ll M 1.:. nil ' " J''l ----- - , - ... , , .. ..-- r tl... Kirhv-Cirtu iM. r. . ih! ii f ornmit- . u,t ""tt"S thtmYiii2 j to iVmV-MMMirviMr. hi uilviuirr. tw WH ,,int,tl to uait on tl.oru. ;,,,lcu.1?: JulyhV m-wl.v fcrn 1 ln crounil in question is a levtl )Kr-U- r;-- , ami an attractive place toulil lie yajt. j of it ! C I i u it i l , .MjI 1 1 i in . i n t . rs- . rni r nr.Tn crrrr i.iitie Aiitiu? n itiftinnut nine' jtmm jtllvaj jitm vcmj-h. wuh kickil in '. 1... f i )v iww-w, -..,.. -op SHOES! SHOES!' SHOES. f o n A lt i-l.i.iH ! -j. i;-r. t-!itcrol t tJ. p't i:li"t' in Crt;k! rail.1, Mld.lni, ft wnv. ilixsa vi ii; id hut. Jin ainakoT. Juhkin'h, a culttmil Ron ton jonni .i!it, lut iicuphil the ttlitot hhij of the 1'urtae Lake Mining (la- '.tte. .on Mommy alteror,0on. The iniunV A. PARKS. ! HI f p, WOffl f D GHILDI(E J We handle ft complete lino of the following well known bootn nnd tdioea : cirvnl weiv jgjjt m riouM. ,(,V.Hce reform orcf '-.v There hhoitld j O 1). ) rwi w rimtii. ! . !at.!i)i:vf J'h MMi:u!4Af.N hart our thank fur a complimentary ticket unci ii ninn.ii invuaiiun in aiiemi iiielinri v-1 ninth annual fair of the Michigan State Agricultural Society, to U held at Jack Mimm Srjitc tnU r ii, 21, 12 ami L'.'J. A m:at little pamphlet ban lata re lieved at this ofliee entitled, The 4Soo.' The little woik iKncriU-K Sault Ste. Miirie, Mich., an a manufacturing city, r. a railio.Ml and commercial center, as a great water way and n. a health and MiMimvr report. It in well gotten up. C. S. Oil torn the eIitor. TlUT (YjhUl I'.iIJh Imtcl l r U likely to iMvotne a iM-mitlful c:p k if lie not quit yImUIhk tlie m rvnut jrlrl rMm nt the JenVlitM Iioiiim! ut ttjrtHJ oVI(k k In lt rnontlnn, wltrn he eomrn to till (It y. TlifrtsUawrlUliHrjKMUHlHx liiU-r tliff pillow now. Menoniliif Uanp'. Tne alxive in one of cnlitor Tuten'n jk culiariticM. If a hotel keeper of thin city it guilty of unlxt oming conduct, w hy not .ive hin name, ho that we may know who he U, ni.d not heat nltout thejtUMh in that inuuiier. Theiv are M-veial hotel kii'jv crn in ('r.VHtal Falln and the way in w hich Tuten tellH of it, all of them are phieetl in a qiie. r position. If the occurrence wan worthy of mention, he nhot;ld cer tainly liave given the wholetory and not cant Mii-picion on noiue of the U-btioplel in the town. i cotlenguf decline prenent there Innoth- There will protatl: A village ordinance t n cjcestloa. juld le epiite the citr- Tin: London Ironworker givs the i-omewhat Ht ti tling Mtateinent, "from a !erm in source," that the existence has just been diHtovred of a detectable inicrolie, which feeU upon iron with an much gluttony an the phylloxera upon me vine. ome time ago the greatest consternation existul among the engineer employed on the railroad at and near Ilaia-n by the fivquency of acci dentrt occurring at n cei tain point, which ..... i . 1 A f it 1 1 iew in prove inai mine mtiouh th feet must 'xit either in the material or construction of the rails. The Cer- man governm nt oiilereil that strict in- cpury Jk m ule, and a tMiinmisMion of Hur- vei 1 lance be fount d for the purpose o Keepm.: dose watch at the Kpot where the ac Ments had taken place. It wan not. howee:, intil hix months hai lpK'd that tln discovery was made i'lic oi tl e tia Ktnen had oltM i xecl that the sui fa- of the rails sinned to In' cor roded, in if by some acid, fur u distance r about LSO f. et. The mils were taken up and were fotiu I to b in ji very bad ron.litiun, M ver d of thm bn-aking into thu or four p:n es wl,, ti the men tried to lift them. When these mils were care fully examined, it u-aH found that they wre lit 'ially hollo viil out by a thin, pay worm, to which t!iMpialificatiou of "JtailiiveroiiM" was aHsigiuil; by this name it will ) known in natural history. This wo-ni is from sutonino inillimeterH in diameter, and f.otn twenty to twenty five millimeters in h ngth. It is of a light gray color, nnd has on its head two jdandrf till -d with a corrosive si crction, Avhi'.h it eject m at inb rvn's of tive or b n jninutes, and which has the effect of vi iking Iron soft, spungy and of liht red l !. lti t'l-M d-voiic.'l gree !ily by the insect, which m i nw to have am insat iable appetite. These wot ins, it is sta t d, destroyed no hss than thiity-six kilogramme of rails i;i a few days; how many of them it took to do thU is not htatd. further catiful iiivestigations inio me oi,-ms, iiaO.N, etc., of this tei rible worm are to b rr.ade. Cleveland Iron Trade lo jew. DIAMOND Di;iT,L ORES. A bra.-s band was organized hereon' Thiiirhiy evening. The ollicers arc-: Lou Clapp, manager; Capt. Thos. Ihtsanke, ' Jeader; tieo. Swart?., treasurer; C. M. Atkiittu, Mrrttary. An t Tfort will Ik? made to ei t all the instrumentH that nre ! in town together am nls( tora ise money to procure any in.- ti unu nts that may lie ' lacking. The band will go into practice ; ut once. Tlus is on addition to the( tttwn that hould U enc; nit aged by eery ' bu-iiuHs limn not only by woidsof prain but by a lils ial tontt ibution ttt give the ' , tt ys a starter. Look out for liim, he will abscond ; ho is collecting all the money he can and -.after seujehing iuipiricM it has lutji harmd in time to ht all know that A.; Liistlield, of "The l air," has selected a ' .day tf thh wir'; t make his departure the t a- tern cities for the hole and only purpose of baling the rein-under of U w inter stoi , He HiyMitwilllten.Iumlto. ' The conunittei' appointed to his to curing huitable grounds f.r a cemetery, I rect thing, but, iw wo have no village, it tntibt inreMsarily follow that there in no village ordinance, The Mastodon Amateur Dramatic Ah sociatiori rendered the pleasing drama, "Among the llreakcrh" at the Mastodon ojter.i house Tuesday evening. The part were all well can Jul tint and the audience was highly pleased with the efforts of tho amateurs. The association contemplate a visit to our town. They will Ik well received. Win. Scanlon, who at one time con ducted Uren'n meat market hero, returned on Monday, lie has let the con tract for ft Htore building 20x00, two Htories high, on the lot next to the IVlch hotel.La Itor'n Voice. A six-month'H old girl buby of Mr. and Mix. Wm. James, died on Thursday and was burned at ! lon riceycHterxlay. .' Xlw is the H-cond litthrone taken from this family within a year. J10LLISTEK, DKALKU IS Iron Lands and Options. CirnMjnJtfir Hotliit&l. CHVKTAL. KALI, - - M1CIIK1AN. JJ. l K1MI1ALL, Physician and Surgeon. OfiUe la J. h. Kimball A Ct'n dnin utore. 1 11VMTAI. FAIJJi, - - MUUIOA.V. A. MKTCALF, Physician and Surgeon. CUYBTAt, FAUJI, - - MlCIUtJA.V. LnHUT AUSTIHAX, Fire Insurance Agont, C'HYHTAL PALIJ, - . MICHIGAN. 7 Ofllot In Austrian & Vo'h utore. I3eals, Torry & Co., Of Milwaukee. The Copeland & Ryder Co , Of Jefferson, Wis. Solz, Schwab & Co., Chicago, 111., .N. Putrnan & Son,, lJerlin, Win. TllE.AOOVE ARE GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST-CLA1 For Sale. A Uren has a ouantitv of drv haitl wood, four foot, which he will deliver at $ij.00,'er cord. yjt . ... --N "V Absolutely Pure. ThU iowiU r n'Vi r VHtl H. A tuiirwlof purity. t rtivtl ii uikI Iio1-.miihmi'km. Mon iiiiomli-u! tltmi tin or'!lii:iry klitls. ,ui) eiiiiiiot l...i'(ilii coii),M.tltl):i with ti inihtitiif .f low tHt. f!mrt weinht alum or i liosi.h, itt tiowilcnt. Kul.l only in runs. Hov.lL Hakiso I'iim dkii ( ii . Iiui Wall m., y. ; b. wooDwojrni, V n . i i Doputv Surveyor for Iron Co. Ft' tionx tw iirnt.lv itnl KrV.lv Hul)-a!vl.li..! MitK rurnll.'1 oti Khort iiotlii. cuyhtaIj faux, micii. ffl iyi tj o r h g o 2 R QltV.STAL FALLS IKOX CO., S. D. Holllster, Supt., -VMIngo Lots for Qalo.'tJ I JlinTAo r AI.IjH, IHON COUNTY, MICH. J AXDS F0K SALK, In Southern IHnnesota anl Northern ICan.xan. T1ho auU luive tuvn cari iuiiy M-nt ltxi una nrt? vn- lally ndHptfil lor riritiliiK uiul Mix'k ntlrtliiK i'urjKHn. Tt-rmii mh) AMrvhH, .1. 1'iin .imht. - 0 EVERY PARTICULAR, AT VERY LOW PRICES. OLIN & HOPKINS, J- Bower -DEALKU IN- MKNOMINKK, M1CIU0AN. rjpiJlUMAS O'CoNNtii:, Sample Room. lealcr lit l;ol iloinrHtIc aiwt lmtortttl wlnt'H, iiq'inr unu wim. CHYMTAI KALlJH, XtlCIIKJAN. Q T. CJiANDALh, Attorney-at-Law. CHYKTAI. FAUX, - - MICIIIOAN. V LACHAI'KLLK, Rostauranter, Ami ilo.Uer hi ci'.iiiip1 pioiU, fruits, fancy Kxr- hh, i-iurM, ini.iut-o, caiKiicH, ere., U-e crt'Hin nml oynter inrlori. Oyn in hfiiH)ii,mrvel all Hiyn. CUYKTAIj FA MX, MICHIGAN. MAVIS & IJK0WX Lumber, Lath, Shingles util lfulldliirf Mint-rljil; HlNolmy, nuU iokI ft.l. llHrilwomi MiinU'r a KxH-ialty. CUYHTAI. FAI.IX, - - MICHIGAN. Q H. CAKPKNTKK, Carpenter, Contractor unl JtuIliK'r. Fhop In riur of N. Liw h tlltCn CUYHTAI FA I. IX, Fhop In riur of rttuuriint. ia- MICHIGAN. JJKNJAM1NSIKK, Blacksmith and Vaf;onmaker. Horn hIiM!n ii Hix lnlty. All rlnwn of vnrk einnnutNi in in ihIik'hm kimmi iromjt iit tfiithin ant at lYiwumble jtIivm. hoi east enl HujtTlor uvemitf. CKY.STAh FA MX, DRUGS - AND MEDICINES, 1 . . Paints, Oils, Etc. FANCY GOODS, TOILET ARTICLES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, TOBACCO, CIGARS AND SMOKERS ARTICLES. Prescriptions Compounded with groat caro. tlio purest druK only used. The Bannerman House, D. BANNERMAN, Prop'r, Michigan. CKV8TAL FALLS, MICHIGAN. I H. AVON, tl . Blacksmith. IIorHtt iHM'Jm.'tinjwl.oty. IIor-Htlint hitorf.-rp, r iiiivti niiiiitvT, corn, utiurti'r criukKor tetl.ll'f I--l lit t4-Ill.ll tO III tlH lH"lt win- hll. iiumtHT. All khvl f M.uk-t-ml th wirk promptly at tonI.Ml to iiixi UMrriiiitiHl. MICHIGAN. Cll YKTAI. FA MX, ii. nn:Li;v, Attorney-at-Law, hikI KolScltor III ("tinncery. ColltM tlon prompt ly Utt'lll'il to. IllON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN. j I. KIM HALL it CO., Bankers. I)o a irfnriinanklii(: I.ihIiu-h; fon-lcn amt ito- liti'tttU' ex hrtiitviHuttit tilhl nol.l; tiixi'N piild for ti(n riU'iitM, rtr. Haiiktni; liniri: u to r.' a. in.; i to i arm 7 to h p. m. CHYHTAh FAMX, - MICHIGAN. Anions the larger hotels on the Menominee Ranire is the Haerman House. It is furnished throughout in elegant syle. The Menominee Range, noted for its pure healthful climate, is he locality for tired-out city s ped their vacations in, Crystal Falls the town and Banner- man 's hotel is the place to live when they get here. The finest sample room on the Range in connection. RATES REASONABLE. w T LI AM HOLM DAY, 1'ItOl'UIKTOU "Bill's Shaving Parlor." I i iMf a tou !th fvrryc-iiKtonir mi'l kvp inv hop titNit un-1 ( !. im and riixurn n!inrp iin.l tan InnurM a .! nhavf with cunct iiiil nmf(jrt. CHYKTAI. FALIX, - - MICHIGAN. THE CRYSTAL PALACE SALOON, in tin most popular rwort, PAT. McIIUGU, Proprietor, the locHwood House, D. C. LOCKWOOD, ManaKor CRY.STAL FALLS, MICHIGAN. Oond for70-Pago ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE nrcALKa r? MENTION THIS PAPER. CHOICIMMrORTED WINKS, UQConsAxn ciaAhs, Nt-ar th I'liimf rmnn hoiya. CHY8TAL Faux, Mini. Free 'bus to and from all trains. First class livery stable in connection with the house.