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U i j cu r r.tVSTAI. : V"V)r" J) 1 DEALER3 IN- tho Cholcoat and FrcnheHt kinds of GROCERIES and Provisions Consisting of creamery butter, eggs, foreign and domestic fruits, canned goods, laundry soaps, teas, coffees, spices, and every thing else in the grocery line. Salt and smoked meats and fish, flour, feed, hay and all kinds of grain. STOVES, TINWARE. Woodcnwarc, stoneware, glassware and all other kinds of wares. Miners' and Lumbermen's SUPPLIES' H Specialty. 1W Iron, Gin, 8ah, Doom, ,nnd building material generally. Atinnhopin connection with the hardwa. 'Jepartment, where all kind of repairing i done with noatncH and dinpatch at price to nuit time. Pishing Tackle, Guns and Revolvers of every description. IIAEG SilOP IN CONNECTION. GO TO- Parks' Great Double Store -roil YOUK GOOD. - ; c city I'a.o. o. v;c'.c'j : :: j ::c:.r.:j PcpuUr Jcx)i BUIcs, c! irrr.orr.!-", V7C3 her cci Thursday. Rev. Mr. Do-rt will preach his faro wTl sermon tp-nyrrojr. lILa Mat tie Spencer, of Iron Mountain, pentVfsw dsjsjOt the week here. Miaa Wlnaio Lott, bU-r-ulasr to tho filter hereof. It spending tow days here. C. I). Colby, of Milwaukee, traveling mn of the nicer port, was hre on Monday. Capt. Ward and wile, of Marquecte, were gueste of tL Lookwood house over Sunday Mis Myrtio Rowley attended tho teacher! ttwtitute At Iron Mountain the fore part of the week. H. 1). Fisher and daughter Laura, of Florence, were guciti at the Lock wood house on Wednesday. Frank Kcadden had busine. at St. Taul last week and went there lu person to Attend to it. Garry Graham and wile, of Iron River, were guest of their father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. M. Tearney, this week. Frank Love departed on Monday for bhrhome at Ifelolt, Wis. Frank la Just off of a !ck bed and ii yet uulte weak. K. J. Giltwrt, OHHtstant BUperintcndent o( the Youngstowu mine went to Marquette on business on Wednesday morning. J. N. Porter, of Stambaugh, superin tendent of the Youngstown mine, wan at that property several days tLla week. Ralph Prince return'.! on Monday from an extended visit to his old home at Duck Creek, Wis., and had a Rood time. Patrick Raher, on of Capt. Frank Kaher, I now engogud at the diamond drill on the Hmlth-Iiutler property at Norway. Matthew Gibson, of Champion, largely interested in the pine and mineral land In the district, hat been in town a greater part of the week. ' George Shelden, of Houghton, wan in town several days this week. - He, with bin brotlter C P., In interested in the Shelden & Chafer mine. A. Lustfleld, of "Tho Fair," departed for the eastern cities yesterday. He goes to buy a fall and winter stork and will let you know when he returns. J. F. Shafer, of Iron Mountain, one of the owners of one of the most valuable Iron mines in this district the Sheldon A Shafer was in town on Wednesday. Tho family of Capt. Pifer, arrived from Inhuming on Monday, and will occupy the company house lately vmnted by Mrs. Cupt. Thos. Hall, at the YountMown mine. P. 1). Dunn, county clerk of Iron coun ty, returned on Wednesday. He has been ab sent about three months and has been erioHid in cruising In the vicinity of the Huron mountains. Fml Gonyou, the ever courteous, and gentlemanly clerk hv'MaxV clothing emporium has resigned his position, and started for 0h kosh Thursday morning where be will attend school. Friti" will le saddly ml used by the young- io pie, and It is lth regret that they bare to part with his smiling countenenoe. Should he flighted. Editor Tub Diamond Duili,: "There is nomcthing wrong nbout our telegraph office," Baid a bystander the otlier day. Messages are recicved at tho station and no effort in made to deliver or find tho person to whom they are Kent, and they are hung up on a hook for day and even weeks in hoiiic cases, lofore reaching their destination. This is not as it should 1)0. An oerator employed by tho com pany is supposed to HfO that messages are promptly delivered, and in case tho erHon can not to found they should bo placed in tho pout ofllce. There haslieen no end of negligence at this oflice, and complaints aro heard every day and Home of our citizen are talking of Bend ing a wtition to hcadquartcra asking for better management of the telegraph office and it in right that they should do mo. A jxitition Jwould get tho signatures of two-thirds of tho business men in town and I for one think tho Hooner it is done tho better it will lie for tho community. O.NK OK TUB XkGLKCTKD. Chyhtxl Falw, Mich., Aug. 21. e 1h Consnmption Incurable ? Read tho following: Mr. C. H. Morri-, Newark, Ark., nay: "wa down with AIjh ceMH of tho lung", and friend and phyni cian pronouncetl mo an Incurablo Con umptivc. lJegan tanking Dr. King' New Discovery for Conaumption, am now on my third lxttle, and ablo to ovcrKoo tho work on my farm. It i the fltient medi cine ever made "Jchho Middlcwart, IX catur, Ohio, Hay: "Had it not Ixvn for Ir. King' New Discovery for conmimj tion I would have died of lung trouble. Wan given up by "'doctor. Am now in brut of health." Try it: Samplo bottht free at J. E. Uower' drug ntore. An End to Hone Scraping. '.'Edward Shepherd, of llanisburg, 111., ay: "Having rccieved'Ho much lxrv efit from Electric Hitter, I feel it my duty to let Buffering humanity know it. Having had a running nom on my leg for eight yearn; my doctor told mo I would have to have tho lonc ncrajed or the leg amputated. I um, inntead, three bottle of Electric Ilittem and hovmi loxe of llucklcn'ri Arnica Slve, nnl in' leg i now Hound ami well." Electric bittern art? Hold at fifty cent a iottle, and ltucklen' Arnica Salve at 2."c. jht Kx by J. E. I lower. V V At 7. L. Kimball & Cos Drug Store may be found a full line of Patent Medicines, Paints and Oils, Dry Stuffs, Brushes Perfumery, Stationary and all, other articles in that line. Yatchmakor and Jowolor in connection. Work in thai line rlJ1 receive prompt and careful attention by a competent and reliabh workman, Charxcs rcoAonabto and all work war ranted. : : : : : PRESCRIPTIONS oarwfuUy filled. AUSTRIAN & CO 9 DEAixna in- Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, i i E B Provisions and Vegotables. A full stock of hay, oats, bran, flour and feed always on hand. Remkmherthe RED FRONT STORE.