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o. n. ATt;i;;ij, Colo Editor ond Prcprlctcr. rt'DUMtiKO CT1.11Y mrt'Kiar at 1 X : Yi'TA L V A LLH. I Ku N ID I'NTT, MICHIGAN. Ti i hh: 02.00 ir year, fn ndvunro. A flnt i'Uim nwjair. fntrfti at tb xiit :Jif Ui Crystal Full, MIc hlg.m, an hocoihI tin mail matter. SATURDAY, HKITKMllKlt 10, 1887. rut: Manitoba railroad war htill ron tinut's ami bid fair to create u,V.g li ii2 monopoly.' V rjtxii)KNi-('i.vr:LAM will 1? at Mil- ii uVyron Tliurwlfty, October 0. Tin ytfvum City iK'ople arc making great pre paration to entertain him.. Hon. IUniki, (ioomviN" nluthwhome ntlH-troiton the"te at -th ultimo, iittlw alvatublht durinS-Wht yiarH. wan will koh to eocoTpi r IVnpin- , - TiiU'Unriig'i County" -Nnw, the nor pa(rf:r published at Hant, -Miefi. ly Allx i t (juinn, ban leen rmiveil. W an 'at, wtll maile up M. vrn column folio, atxl Htartn out witli a fjood list of ad-vnti.-ing. Snort- to it. TilK Iron World, 1 U k.m'ukt'm latent newnpapcT venture, has hiih tended. lU wnii'r is yet well mipplied with newn pajn rn, the I'ii-k and Axe and Iron Spirit htill live. It is evident that the good leoplo of Ite-MHemer do not want the World. Tiik Miner and Manufacturer, of Mil waukee,isdccliniuguud will die n natural 'death lief ore long. It is soon to be issued an a, monthly. David II. Anderson,' it editor, is one of the most able and bril liant newspajMT writers in the city, but a clans jounial of that nature docs not Heem to take. Tiik Kseanaha Mirror lwm n new and handsome head gear and is all printed at home. This change was recently made. Ixlitor 1'hil. McKcnnu has made a good pa(Hr and will hold it up to its present Htandanl, which is all that any good iV'inocrat will ask or any Republican could lcsin. Suaress and continued proHjK'rity to Kscanaba's llrwt IVmo , cratic newspaper. Colic Younokh, one time famous for his association with the.Iaincslsjys, now serving a life sentence in tho penitentiary at Stillwater, Minn., is running a small local pjiKT in that institution. Follow ing the example of other IX'inocratic ed itors, ho Us his paer to convey to President Cleveland an urgent invitation , to vis it that place. lie evidently does not propose to let stono walls stand in the way of hospitality. The burton group of mines on the (io jebic range Mere attached by creditors last Saturday. The miners went out on a strike which made other creditor? un easy. Tho strike for back pay at the Iron King mine Ucaine general among the employes at the Ilurton mines and nil of the men employed at the Iron King, Ikmnie, First National, 111 no Jacket and Valley, to tho numU-r of five hundred have quit work. Writs of attachment weiv i-stied againnt all of the properties to satisfy the claims of the (Jerry Iaim ler Co., the Atlantic Powder Co., and a ntunU'r of other parties. I.itftt im-k' Uplift of the Miinm!iu Itaii rt- uh'i one if (Yyntnl FalU, hotol kvn vt Ih'Ihr guilty t ntinmlf meniHu. The iwN'unutloa wtw of n (tiH((m'iitite naturf, hixI wouM lcwkrvrr ko enu-li tK-ttr if IMItor Tutou wouM "imm hU ' in.iu" hii'I thm-hy w-iult irnuxviit nirtt'M of their coiiiitTtlot! with tti ofT'iiKi. Dntthfr Tntrn, ittrike from th nhouhVr, but be nur thtit you utrik the nail rlht on th It nevrr look to ihoot at a tniv t ia diulMe. r.M iiimlu Mirror. Tiik Diamono Pkiix made aUmt the same comment on Tuten's item, regard ing a Crystal Falls hotel ktrper trying to get into a servant girl's room at the Jenkins house at Iron Mountain, and Mr. Tutensaid"theeditor wits too fresh. " Then? are others who are. of the same opinion that we an about the manner in which Mr. Tuten gave the bit of "news." Fon good sound sense, in a readable form, the following from the Ashland Pivs, in very clear ami jut fill the bill: 'Then? is no department in which there Ha greater need olscientitic training than ' ia mining. Its proerity is largely depeii-; jt was deemed advisable to strengthen dent on metallurgical tnethodsand skill, ! the town hall and accordingly a strong and these things an? taught - in mining 1 rn" Hiipportu husUnt phi red school.. While aconHiderableknowUHlge;7,f1 "J! V!,, ",oltn Ulow ... , . ... i stairs. I he upjier Iloir sJiows no signs of these sciences js imtim alisoluto neeen-: uf ji, t,t jt was thouht lrst to sity to tin? miner it is a valuable aid and ; make it safe to a certainty in cas a sometimes enables men to avoid costly j lrtV cmwtl ass inbled in the rooms blunders. The best miner is the man w ho is train ed to observe little things; who sees in a crystal or a seam in the rock a fact of value; who knows enough aUiut geology' to understand it relations to faults and deposit of variou kind and who can group together a set of facts and read .their language; who knows enough tf en gineering to avoid costly mistakes and nnoersiiui.1 nniKn-.M k......ui moiruu. vo: 1; are ret pared, who knows eiumgh ttf I 4 4 1 Ml .1 A .. . ;.!:" ? bb'jf.avlr.:: r::r.e!;:n V .jiicia d properly kitro- t'. 1; v.'.o hi-a been trained ia raininj ;::::! preparing own and minerals, until he Knows how to prevent the wanto or lor-s of the product, whether in the mine or on the Mirfacc; who, known enough about gas .:: i and ventilation and the chemistry of explosive to protect the lifo and health of himself and men. The; -j are things which can bo taught in mining hcIiooIh. " Mining in homething moro than hand ling a hammer, pick or shovel, or putting in tu-ttri of titular. It Is an art and Hcu'iice combined, which is worthy the employment of the bent thought and tho bent nkill of which men are pOHHCHwod. And it is just lecati80 it require natural aH well aus acquired intellect and thought and Htudy, that tho occupation is more valuable, and more honorable and hIioiiM Ik? more dignified than the lalxir of tho fchoveler on the railroad, orhowho hand les its brake or tickets." DIAMOND DRILL CORES. Sltkwiul 1!miii ti'li from Flntvnri fn the Milwaukee hvetiing Wieonnin: "An im- Mirtant discovery has Urn made m eontu-ction with the clue found in Mil waukee to the altduction of little Willie I'iikiiison, fon of ('apt. Dickinson, of thi-i place. A large cave has Urn found near the lhule Kiver which the uptain thitikH nmy U the ne refernnl to in one of the mysterious letters written by the unknown party whose identity the Mil waukee authoiitiei are endeavoring to etdnhlUh. The cave is nevcral hundred feet deeo and will in the near future le thoroughly explored in search of Willie DickitiMtns bones. In the meantime a Milwaukee iiewspajKT man, who has an ambition to liecome a detective, is work ing the Milwaukee end of the mystery, assisted by the detectives." A machine shop and foundry is to lo en'ctl at, Florence, by It. W. Mars. Work will U commenced at once and it is exected that tho shops will U com pleted U-fore snow Hies. The people of Florence, with their 'customary enter prise, gave Mr. Mars a Unus of &1,000 and tlie contract to furnish the town with water. The establishment will Ite small to start with, but well equiped. A sjtccialty will' lw made of general re pairing and all kinds of 'mill and mining machinery will lx handled, dust such an institution as this has long Urn bad ly needed on this range, and Mr. Mars, in cote-iderntion of his pluck and enter prise, should and no doubt will get all of the work from this range. (Jeo. W. Peck, Milwaukee's funny man, thought he saw an opportunity of get ting off one of his po-cullcd humorous articles on IshHHning's gold Held, and did it up in his usual "bad boy" style. Newett, of the Ishetning Iron Ore, caught on, so to senk, and let George clown pretty hanl. Ho did it in good style, too, proving that others could write funny articles as well an the author of tho "bad boy" M'lies. That's right, Newett, give it to 'em those who doubt the existence of gold on tho Cpjer Penin sula, even if it U? the so-called funny (Jeorge. (told is precious, ami this neck of land w ill pnxluce heaps of it yet or tho sinus are very deceiving. Ontonagon Herald. The Crystal Falls second nine and a "scrub" nine played a game of base ball ht-re last Sunday. The game was very close and would have resulted in a vic tory for the ktuIk had they made three more tallies, which they were unable to do. The score stood thirty-eight to thirty-six. The game was a very nice one. Kvery man in the diamond was a curve pitcher and a majority of the sec tators were umpires, not giving Umpire Tim Sullivan half a chance to display his great knowledge of tho national game. The second nine w ill noon send a chal lenge to the second nine of Florence. iKaieet's opem house and sample room have Urn greatly improved lately. The interior has Urn artistically paired and painted and llnished off in splendid style, new platform built and the most pleasing feature is a large balcony at the Trout, from which tho hand will discourse sweet strains of music in tiuf to come. A double acting fone pump with plenty id hose has Urn placed in front of tho building. Mr. Pouctt is lound to have things in convenient tinier if he don't get rich. Wednesday night i man bent on evil intentions was strn at a window at the LtK'kwood house, but was frightened away U fore an entrance to the house had Urn made. From a discription of this night-hawk he is the same one that was sneaking around Mrs. Howley's resi dence the same nteht but took to his lurls for safety with a bullet following close after him. IW tter ktrpyour tloors and windows locked. A team U longing to A. Urcn, the west end butcher, U camef i ightened, on Thnrs afturnoon, and ran south on Fourth stnrt at a terrific rate of sjHvd. They turned and t ame back and turning the corner ran down Main stnrt until they reached the opera house when they were raptured. The lumU r wagon to which tliev wen? attached was completely tle- .Mt,liHhel alsive. ! Several pack-jteddlern have combined ' and tiureluuMtl t. horse and wagon, with which they are doing their eddling. The wagon is a rovcntl affair and nuauged inside like a miniature dry got sin store. Their "inventiveness" doe not deserve irwanl; buy of our home merchants and get the full worth of your money. Wednesday morning Alfred Sutherland employed by the K. C. company had his head and shoulders badly bruised and tin I' lit IM III IM 'M li I I IT , Ins left arm broken by a tree failed bv , Wnyy wUvU whiK, WIIM n,eajM in clearing a roatl-way near camp fifteen. GJP, OHO? Ihava r Vr rhop in tho new bui! ! . J. ( power's drug Htorre , " ' 1 i 'iivr1? tnihlic tl giomor,;.. '. ' I'y t.op ii r.vwly furn ibhetl trw:.out. CALL ilUO GEE. A. PARKS. Q D. IIOLLISTKK, kj - DKAUIU IN AT n Lands and Options. y sTiV 'rrpMiKiivlenea Dolleitcl. MICHIOAN. J C. KIM HALL, Physician and Surgeon. Office in J. L. Kimbull 6i Vo' drua tore. CIIYHTAL FALLH, - - MICHIGAN. A. MKTCALF, Physician and Surgeon. CItYHTAL VAUJR, - - MICHIQAN. LBEKT AUSTRIAN, Fire Insurance Agent, Cli YHTAL FALLH, - MICIIIOAN. 7 Office tn A ustrirtu fc Co' ntor. IKVSTAL FALLS IKON CO., S. D. Hollister, Supt., Vlllago Lots for Salo.ft CRYHTAL FALIX, IRON COUNTY, Midi, J ANIKS FOIt SALK, In Southern Minnesota and Northern Kannan. TIu-m laurta have tsvn nirvfully mltotil ani ar enjiwlnlly ailapUnl for fanning arvl ntts k raiding juriow.n. ' Terms eay. AtMrvs, .1. J, Van .ttnl n. , MKNOMINKK, - - 0 - MICHIGAN. fjWOMAS 0T0XX0K, Sample Room. lKaler in choice lumptlo anl Im ported wlnen, liquors and clears. CRYSTAL PALII, MICHIGAN. (J T. CKAXDALL, Attorney-at-Law. CRYHTAL FA U, - - MICHIGAN. jJ LACJIAFKLLK, Restaurantor, And ilealer In cannel goodrt, fruits, fancy ktvcvT' les, iltfiirn, tobati). randies, etc., lets crvarn ami oyster parlors. Oys In season, served all wuys. CRYHTAL FALLH, - - MICHIGAN. 1) AVIS & IlKOVVX IIKALKIU) IN Lumber, Lath, Shingles and tmildlng material; also hay, oats and ftwd. Hardwood lumlter a specialty. CRYHTAL FALLH, - - . MICHIGAN. Q H. CAIU'KXTFU, Carpenter, Contractor and Ilnllder. Hhop in rear of N. Lachapelle's rt'Htaurant. CRYHTAL FALLH, -13 MICHIGAN. JJKXJAMIXSIUU, Blacksmith and Wagonmaker. Hon shoetiiK a Seclalty. All c lasses of work embraitnl In the tuslnK iclven prompt at tention and at reasoimblo prlcvs. fhop east end 8ilHiior ave:u4e. CRYHTAL FAUX, MICHIGAN. r ii.avox, Blacksmith. Horse shoelnapHialty. Konten that Interfere, or hwve bad f-et, corns, nuarter rnu ks or tender hels attended to In the lHnt pos sible mann.T. All kinds of bl.uV smith work promptly at tenlel to and warrantl. CRYHTAL VAUJi, MICHIGAN. r II. HCULKV, Attornoy-at-Law, Mid solicitor In (1arn-ery. ColW-tions prompt If attended to. IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIOAN. T L. KIMBALL A CO., I Bankers. Po a ireneral banking tnHlri(Ms: foreign and do tuestU; eschaiiKboiiKbt and sold; taxes paid for non-residents, etc. Ituiikltitf hours: to 2 a. m. ; 1 to 4 and 7 to H p. in. CRYHTAL FALIJ4, - - MICHIGAN. riLLIAM ROLL I DAY, l'KopRiirroR Bill's Shaving Parlor.' I use a clean towel with every customer and keep mv shop neat and clean and raiors sharp and can Insure a H'kmI shave with rani and comfort. CRYHTAL FALIX, MICHIGAN. n L. WOODWOUTH, DoputySurvoyor for Iron Co. fractions tu'iiratelv' nndleally suh-dlvlded. Maps turnUfieil on short not li-e. CRYHTAL FALIV4, MICHIGAN. THE CRYSTAL PALACE SALOON, Ia the mont popnlnr report, PAT. McIIUGH, Proprietor, nKAi.Ka im- CHOICK IMPORTKD WINKS, LI QUO US AM) CI G A US. Near the lannerman hotie. Cryhtal FALut, Mini. - vOLiN & DRY - BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, . QUILTS, i)JjiUlli!ilO, Fine Wool LADIE'S WRAPS OF ALL KINDS. Fancy - Knit - Goods. THE FAMOUS STITCHLESS SUSPENDER J. EX Bower, DKALKH IN- DRUGS - AND Paints, FANCY GOODS, TOILET ARTICLES, BOOKS, STATIONERY, TOBACCO, CIGARS AND SMOKERS ARTICLES. Proscriptions Compoundod with groat caro tlio purest drugs only usod. The Bannerman House, n. BANNERMAN, Prop'r, CUtSTAL FALLS, Among the larger hotels on the Menominee Range 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 mam's hotel is the place to live when they get here. The finest sample room on the Range in connection. RATES REASONABLE, the locKwood House, D. C. LOCKWOOD, ManQRor CRYSTAL FALLS, Free 'bus to and from all trains. First class livery stable in connection with the house. HOPKINS, GOOD S3 2iiJJ X1JJJUUUD. ;..,,,.:jt..;,.. fjt..;,,,.;,...,;:...: w Dress Goods, - MEDICINES, Oils, Etc. MICHIGAN. MICHIGAN.