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J M 4. . r- 1 J . s yj m .-J ' V . r Thursday, Tat. UzlU V rr-Ii on tho r -DEALEHS IN- tho Choicest and Frvhcst kinds of GROCERIES and tiif: r . I -Ti 71 -O -I Nildcr V'V f0. T 'Coij'of creamery butter, eggs, foreign and domesticfruits, 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, Hardware, TINWARE. Woodenware, stoneware, glassware and all other kinds of wares. Miners' and Lumbermen's SUPPLIES n Hrcialty. iBsr Iron, Glass, Sash, Doom, " 1 ,and building material generally. A tlnshop In eonnrction with tho hardwiu 'Jepartmcut, where all kind of repairing in done with netituoMs nml (lUp.i tell at print t suit times. Fishing Tackle, Guns and Revolvers of every dtcription. IIA.CS GllOP itf CONNECTION. GO TO- Parks' Great Double Store FOH YOUU (SOOD& Patricl: boa oa tho Gobble rrrcitllirc.i. Dr. II. C. Iliboll returned froa Mil waukee crly U tlj yrtzl Iler.ry Wilcox, cf Mastodon, avb llcr to the VaJls on Monday. Jcl:a 8. McLcAn, Iron county' then."! hid tidies here on Thursday. " Capt. Matt. Gibson, of Champion, has been h r-mt of r. r. smith thu wt JihJjCha. Gallagher returned from his trip In the virgin (oresU on Tuesday. II. M. Pel ham, a rising legal light, of Iron Mountain, ru her on Tuesday evening. J. 11. Abbott, attorney of Iron Hirer, wan here on Tuesday, the guest oi A. L. Flewell- lng. Mrs. Joseph Galfncy, of tho fall', has the thanks of the editor and wile for kindnesses received. Capt. H. S. "Waters, of Dessemcr, Icnt m few days of the week with his family at this place. M. K. Sullivan, lato captain of tho Fairbanks mine, went to Marquette on business on Wednesday.. M. H. Hunt, of Do Pero, heavily inter ested in the Paint IUver mine, spent Saturday and Sunday hero. John McGiilia, Parka' popular account ant, spent Sunday at Qulnnesec, with his sister Mrs. Sam. McGraw. A. Lustfleld ndded a fine sample of silver bearing rock to the editor's collection of specimens this vsHk. Chos. 8. Henry, tho popular furniture dealer, has been very sick this week with Inflanv atlon of the Stomach. Dr. A. A. Metcalf had a call to Florence on Tueed ay morning to attend to Mrs. II. R. Taylor who Is very 111 with fever. A. Lustticld retunied on Tuesday from an extended purchasing tour to the eastern cities, lie came back loaded down. C. T. Crandall has recovered from his recent severe attack of cholera morbus, and is again able to attend to his business. Mr. and Mra. G.H.Scully, of Marinette, temporary residents of Crystal Falls, were call ers at this ofilce on Monday morning. Lew Hoffman, of Green Hay, has been in town several days this week, selling clothing by sample and making fun for the boys. Sumner Hopkins, of Olin Hopkins, had business at Florence lust Sunday. The Sabbath is Just the day for such business. II. D. Fisher, of Florence, was in the city last Saturday, lie says that work is soon to be resumed on section twenty-two, 43-12. II. H. Swain, tho efficient and accomo dating superintendent of the Iee Peck and 151a ney mines, has been at Marquette, his home this week. Dick Waters has accepted a position, as clerk, with Max, the clothier. Pick has been behind the counters a good deal, and under stands his business. Ed. Hopkins, of Hlock Creek, Wis., brother to Sumner of that ilk, arrived in town on Tuesday and will probably become a resident of this thriving town. Mrs. O. O. Welch departed for Chicago Friday, to be gone an indefinite time. Her friends, and especially the ladles of the W. C T. V. will miss her very much. Dan. Urquhart spent a greater portion of last week at Ashland and In looking over Hurley, I run wood and Bessemer on the Uogeblc rane. He thinks Crystal Falls as good as any of them. -e e What Is the Cheapest Paint to Huy ? On gallon of tho Sherwin-Williams Paint will cover with two rock! coats, U(M) square feet of surface. The Sherwin Williams paint, for iv houso containing M) square feet of surface, will cost you $12.r:iat Sl.fiO icr gallon. No other paint in this market, (white lead' includ ed) will cover moru than IH0 square fret, two coats. It will cost you for u paint covering 200 square feet at $1.2. er gallon, two coats, 515.03 for paint en ough to cover 200 square f-ct, two coats. J. H. 8. Parks are solo agents for tho Sherwin-Williams paints in 'Crystal Falls, and they are authorized to guar antee the alKive statements as to cover ing capacity of S-W paint. 22t3 -e e Wonderful Cures. W. 1). Hnvt fcCo.. wholenalo and retail druggists of Home, Ga., says: Wo have I urn selling Ih King's New DtHCovcTy, Kh'ctric Hitters and Hucklcn's Arnica Salvo for four yean. Have never hand led remedies that rtelios well, or give such universal satisfaction. There huvo lieen some wonderful cures effected by these medicine in this city. Several cases of pronounced consumption have been en tirely cured by uso of a few bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken in connec tion with hlectnc Hitters. We guaran tee them always. Sold by J. K. Hower. - Greatly Kxclted Not a few of the citmisof Crystal Falls have recently lxcomo greatly excited over the astounding facts, that several of their friends who had Ixvn pronounced by their physicians as incurable and lo- yoim noH suiienng wiin unit iimuicu monster consumi)tion have Urn com pletely cured by Ir. King's New Discov ery for consumption, tlio only remeily that doe positively cure all throat and lung diseases, cough, colds, asthma and bronchitis. Trial Udtle free at J. K. Hower's drug store, largo U)ttles ?1. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. Tle co-part nfmhlp beret ofnre exist Itib te tMn John Line ari't Mike lU npwn, undr the Arm name ut I.lte A 1iwm, eturnuM In the saloon tulnsln Crystal Kails, comity of Iron, Htnte of MM.Itran, U ttils day IUMht by Tnutnl consent. Mike )ennon will rontlni; the business at the old stand and colUwtXi. debts due said Arm. pated August, '7, 1871 Jon I, ink. HlwH MlKB liF.ftOSOX. At 7. Z. 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 that Hn vlU receive prompt nnd careful attention by a competent ami reliable workman. Chat? reasonable and all work war ranted. : : : : : : PHESCRirTIONS Artfully flllod. AUSTRIAN. CO 9 -DBALEIUI Dry Goods, Notions, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, 4 f T7-PI 1A1 T T-ft "IT W (- P mi i E s Provisions and Vegetables. A full stock of hay, oats, bran, flour and feed always on hand. Rememiiertiie RED FRONT STORE.