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IAML UNO C. M. ATKINSON Editor ano Proprietor. A Wookly Journal Dovotod to tho Varlouo Intoroota of Iron County. Su&scription:$2.00 a Ycar, In Advakcc. ' ' . . . - i . i- VoLUMK I. CUYSTAI. FaI.1.S, I HON CoUNTV, MlCIUCAN, SATURDAY,' SkI'TEMIIER I 7, 1887. NuMHER 35. , r - . ; ' .. , r n ALWAYS TO THE FRONT. 66 MAX" the CLOTHIERS -NEW- DRY - GOODS department is now complete and comprises wont anything in DRESS SILKS, SATINS, PLUSH AND VELVETS, CASHMERES, DRESS GOODS, GINGHAMS, FLANNELS, DOMES TICS, PRINTS, KNIT GOODS, UNDER- WEAR, And a thousand nnd one different articles usually carried in a dry goods and clothing store. CLOAli OLD TIIIE BALL PLAYERS. The finest lino of cloaks, wraps, and spques ever seen on this rnngo will arrive within a few days and I Hindi lie pleaicd to welcome the ladies of Crystal Falls and vicinity in order to show them all the latent stylos in this department. -Ah heretofore, my stock of o- CLOTHING, GE.XT'S FUltMSUIIiG GOODS, HATS, CAPS, HOOTS, SHOES, TllVSKS, Jfjq VALISES, ETC., is tho most complete in town and in and always will le nold at such LOW Pit WES that positively defies, any and all comjH'tition. Yours resj tec t fully, MAX BERLOWITZ, P. S. On account of holidays my store w ill tie closed on Monday Septemlier V 10, until ::) p. m. Awnt for the best European Steamship Lines. Drafts sold to any part 01 Europe. Miner Killed. John Erickson, a miner at the fircnt Western mine, reeeived injuries on Tues day afternoon which resulted in hisdenth early Wednesday morning. The funeral took place at the residence of John Lam licrg at the fall.-, Erickson's hoartling house, Wednesday afternoon and the re mains were interred at the cemetery here, a largo numler of his fellow miners lie ing present. At the time of the accident Erickson was loading a car on the fourth level of the mine, taking ore. from the Ixittom of a large pile of that material until his working loosened a largo piece of ore on top which rolled down unto him, breaking his legs and arms, jamming his head and injuring him internally. Ho was a steady man and leaves a wife and four children in Finland, his native country. Hy the manner in which tho accident happened no blame can possibly lie attached to the company, his own carelessness lieing the only cause. A Curious Accident. Armadous LnKuquc, a mason lately nt w,ork on the Catholic church, had Isith legs broken during a friendly sculllo hut Saturday evening. He with several friends met in the liar room of Thouin's Isiarding houo and were having a good time generally. As is natural in such oases the men imbiled considerable liecr and LnKuquo Itecume quite intoxicated. They liecnmo boistrous and during the wrestling and scullling that followrd Lu Euquc, in a way not yet satisfactorily explained, had both feet entanglel under a large box stove that occupied spaco in the room and his friends cither rndeav ored to lift him up'or ho wrenched him self while in this position, the result lieing as above stated. Tho lsinos were broken Ktwecn the ankles 11 ml knees, liothlKine of one leg and one of tho other. Pr.Met ralfwasat once summoned and found the man trying to regain his feet, he being ho intoxicated that hcdidtiotronlizohow badly he was injured. The doctor re duced the fractures ami made the man a comfortable ns possible. After La Kuquo had reooven-d from the effects of his debauch he had not the slightest re rollection of tho occurrence. He is doing well, but will le laid up at least two months. A Card. Owing to holidays our special sale of Llnon towels will be postponed until Tuesday, September 20. Our storo will bo closed on Monday tho 10th. Yours truly, A. LUSTFIELD. A Pleasant Surprise. Monday evening wa tho twentieth anniversary of tho marriage of Mr. and Mrs. C. (J. Cnmpliell, and ier arrange inen a goodly numlier of friends gave them a surprise party. The evening was pawned in a very pleasing way, the talkative conversed and the lovers of the terpsichorean art indulged in its many pleasures, and later on everybody en joyed a nice lunch and a hot cupof coffee prcpaml by the ladies. Everybody en joyed themselves to their hearts content and Home, it would sivni, were certain to split their Hides laughing, when the 'hix" jHoplo had the lloor, and were dancing to the fastness of tho music, which kept theni busy to make changes without the slightest mistake, yet, for all the caller tried to mix them up, they got there just tho same, if they did affonl much amusement and they had as much sport as any one. It was in the woe stria' morning hours; that all departed for their several homes only toremcrnlier of the delightful evening Hfent at Mr. and Mrs. CnmpMl'H twentieth anniver sary of wedded life. Three Harvest Excursions will lo run by the Chicago A North-Western Ilailway to points in Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. Tickets will Iw Hold Tuesdays, Augtut.'lOth.nnd Septem lier 20th and Octobr 1 1th, at one f ire for the round trip, good to return within thirty days from date. For full partic ulars apply to agents Chicago & North Western Hailwny, or address E. P. Wil son, General PassengcrAgent, Cheap Kates to Chicago ntul Hotuni. The Chicago North-Western Hailwny Co. will sell cheap excursion tickets to Chicagoand return during SejitendN'rand Oetolvr, on account of the Chicago Ex position, which will continue from Sej tetmVr 7th to Ootoler 22d, and for tho Intemational Military encampment, Uy pining OctotT lstand histing until Octo ber 20th. For information relative to dab s when tickets will lie sold, rate, etc. apply to agents Chicago A North-West-cni H'y. I-tri LILIES OF THE VALLEY VERSUS FLOWERS OF KILOARE. The Jlrt itnme je 1'layrtl ltrrTh t'Unrrrm llrtirrtl Om ilrhindSrarm Tir to OnfTh Vutpir'm VmfttrtHff Vnll 1'itrih i"jrclamatloHaf Nurprlnr--Thr uhl Tlmrra f 'unlit l.trn th Hoy tt Thing or TirvXolra. Do ijoii Uy all islds the most lively and excit ing game of base ball ever played here oecurn! hist Sunday afternoon at the llivor Park ball grounds, the contesting nines ln'ing Tim Sullivan's "Flowers of KuMare" and Pennev O'Urien's ''Lilies of the Valley." To liegin with Sundav is not just iho ihxy to indulge in such sport but it was the most favorable day tnat has dawned for sometime and Mr. Sullivan'ii men had made, some brags and were anxious to get at Mr. O'lhien's jK-ople. No less than tifty spectators (to make even numlrs three dogs an includeil) were on the 'ground and all wen anxious for the grand treat that thev knew was in store for them. After considerable wrangling a man by the name of Johnson, called" ho on this oc casHiou, I iecause that's his name, wns chosen umpire of the game. Play was called at two o'chx-k, (Vltricn having won the toss nnd Al. Austrian made throe jumps and landed on tho pitchers box, the rover of which waa soon knock ed off, so to sjK'ak, and he liegan twirl ing the sphere over the plateiu a manner that made Hilly O'Hrien chuckle with delight. 1. O'Hrien held out the willow and sent a foul over thinl snipping the ashes off Hartols cigar and bringing him to a sense of duty. O'Hrien got thenext one fair and sontitoverthetipsof Cren's lingers aH he stood on tijvtoe, and got safetolirst. Dryshtn went to bat and O'Hrien floated gently to second; Drys lau got his ball, he lieing a good waitah, and mtwel a swath down the lino to thinl and landed on bag numlier one with both feet. Hurley came to Imt and on the lirst ball the umpire cnl!-d four strikes and Hurley retired. Tenniey sent a little one to the left of first and made the bag, bringing in O'Hrien and letting Dry shin to thinl. Atkinson fob lowtd Teaniey and raised a fly to Sulli van who held it in his hat and threw to first, shutting off Tearney and Atkinson. Previous to this fly Dry shin got tho wind just right and sailed home on a passed ball. Mr. Sullivan was well plea seil and declared that his men were tiall players of no smallcalilier. O'Hrien to bat, but failed to get t ha first bag and came in to nit in the shade and talk to the umpire. Cren made a three bagger that won for him loud applause and a twofer from Mr. Sullivan. Uartol failed to make lirst and Cren came home. Austrian made a tine hit but the ball fell on lirst U fore he got there and the side retired with but one count. The Lilies went in and were white-wnshed by the umpire, he imagining himself playing a game of double-barreled pedro. Casina went to bat and the umpire swung for the "ix-de" but did not got in ; he swung again and called three strikes on the bat ter, the umpire swung once more and caught the "jiode" and he felt so gosl over it that he called the next ball a strike and retiml Casina in short order. Cnele II av Seed made first on a pass-d ball and dropied on second by a wild throw to lirst. Prince got one high up which dropied iido Pirn's hands and the boys walked to places. The Flowers were retired in short order by a pretty play. Luduke made second with Uren on first when Waters got a nice one which Pryslnn did not let reach teni firma, threw tosooond then to first and caught the Ixiys. To go on and doscrilie the playing would require too much space, but there was some fine playing done on Isith sides, especially by the umpire and the game ended with only the tallies made in tho liixt inning. The game was plaved for a purse $2. HO which the stake-holder refused to give tin on the grounds that the umpire was blind in one eye and could not see first base, and it is since learned that the stake holder invested the money in the Lousi ana State Lottery iuU halfot the Lilies. Appended is the wore: iji.ie or TUT. TAI.I.CY. A.n n. n. mi. ro, O'ltrkii. lb ft 1 1 O Jl Pryntrtti hm ft Ilia Hurley, p ft O U O -J Trnnwy. 'Jh I O 2 0 Jf AUInon,Ht 4 O 10 1 (a.mi,c 4 O 1 O 4 I.ln.lnuy. If 4 O a O 1 Trine-, n. 4 O :i O 4 Sibl.rtll.ef ft O 2 O 1 HupkiiiH, rf a o i o a Wanii MOCKING BIRDS? If ho wo are out of them just now. Hut we have, the finest, largest and best nsoort ' etl stock of general - DRY - GOODS, - CLOTHING, - ETG!, on hand ever seen in this town, winch we have bought as cheap an only ready cash and good cmlit can pureha.se, - IlemcmlxT that we were the first Dry (ioods and Clothing ston in town and we prosise to keep aheml riuht along. To our lady customers we would say that we have tho finest assort ment of Cloaks, Dolmans, & Wraps from the finest plushes to Children's Cloaks which wo an? selling at .'15 cents Our stock of Tolsivgan (lips and other knit goods, hh also I'LCSHF.H VELVETS, SILKS, FOKEION AND DOMESTIC CASHMKUKS, UEPELANTS, TKKXiTS AND DRESS GOODS, - is complete nnd unsurpassed in quality and styles of shinies. In ladies and children's Hncqucs) we can'tlielH'at,andournovelti'sin Fanev(Jools are numU rleHs. For gentlemen we carey tin hand anvtliing that can lie purchased in any city. Our stock of LUMBERMEN'S AND MINERS SUPPLIES is big enough to supply the wants of the most critical and economical pur chasers. Notwithstanding the enlargement of our storo it is too small to make a display, but we are ever ready to show you onr line of (tent's Overcoats, Astrachan coats and vest, the latest style of hats and fiO differ ent styles of underwear and boots and shoes as nict as they make them. :IN FUR GOODS: such as Lap Holies, Muffs, Caps, etc.. we have no competition, and defy any. Please don't send outside for anything you may need before . seeing wluitwecutn dofor yoti. At "THIS FAIR" A. LUSTFIELD- . AG EST FOll Taw lints. Shirts, The Domestic Sewing Machine, The Jlest Steam shift Lines, The Troy Steam Laundry,. The Entfv Euhher Stump Works. Tho Mineapolis lluihlint;. Loan and Protective I'nion. Concert Coming. Tho Original Peak Family and (hikes Musical Concei t Co., are billed to apjiear in Doucet's ojK'ra house on Thursday night, September 22. S. Hurt (hikes is vreJl known here and as he has always given splendid entertainments there is good reason to lielievc that this one, with the aid of the celebratil Peak;Fam ily, should not lie above the average of traveling concert. The company lout one of the best comedians of the day in Ci. Paul Smith, who is a whole show in himself. Tho Milwaukee Sentinel has this to say of him: 4,(5. Paul Smith g-ivo tine of the most delightful entertainments ever given in this city. He aps arel Ik fore crowded houses, and gave general satisfaction to critical audiences on both occasions. It is haul to determine which was his liest effort, his repertoire cmhrnc ing such a wide range of almost faultless creations, (i. Paul Smith does fully what he is iid vert ised to do." Secure: seats early at Kimball's drug store. DIAMOND CHIPS. Total 4.1 2 17 1 24 FIjOWICKM fir KlLDARB. 10 0 O'Jlrlrn, r 1'ifii, Ub lUrt-l. :U ... Autrlitn, i .. I.iutukc. 111... t'rtn. nn VtT, n..., sulliviiri, 2tt, MmtU, rf Hurt man, If ah. mi. ro. Total Ml 1 7 2H H 4 HCOICK 111 1XMNOS. Lilies of the Valley,...'! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 Flowers of Kildure,..l 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 NOTKH. Hopkins nmffeil an elegant fly in right. The sun was in his ryes. Tho attempt, however, wns tieautiful. The umpire out a man out on thinl and in nliout nvo minutes reversal tho decision. Austrian is an old time itiaver nnd knows how to deliver a ball to effect. Hartel got one base hit tlio Iwdl took him in the n-gion of the left hip pocket. Captain Sullivan's game linger got a bad hit. I lo undertook to hold a fly. Dry shin bats the work! for picking up the rolling leather off tho ground. good Ice cream must go. Shut up tho horses. Frosty mornings lately. The woods are tieautiful. Oyster suppers are in onler. Fall advertising should N-gin now. Tho bane bill season is nearly over. An amateur dramatic club Is talked of. Partridges are very plentiful this year. Cool nights accompanied by heavy frosts. Harb r Parks' bath room is lieing well patronized. Colds in tho head are no uncommon thing just now. Pack iKtldlerM numerous a usual. Throw tlrem out. SuliHcrilio for Tiik Diamond Duill and get all of the news. A case of scarlet fever is reported at tho Youngstown mine. See that your stove-pij are put up safely so as to avoid fire. A woman lieing akod why husbands quit courting their wives, said it was lie causo other men did it so much nicer. Tho "dew" tif Monday night helped tit lay the dust wonderfully. The Hannerman house In enjoying a good run of trade just now. A. L. Flewelling, tho attorney, has a card in this impression. Head it. The man with a long head now tieginctli to lay in his winter supply of fuel. I toad tho procmliugM of tho county Isianl of suK'rvisors in this impression. The forests will soon lie filled witlt HjMirtsmen in search of the fleet-footed deer. A. Lustflcld has charge of the stock of goods of the insolvent firm of Austtiatv ccCo. Sportsmen arc making great piepara t ions for the opening of the deer killing season. A ditch has Nirn dug on the west nide of the Sheldon A Shafer spur track north of town. IVputy County Surveyor Wood worthy surveyed the new cemetery gmund one day this week. Wiggins, tho weather prophet, predict for Septemlier 10, the greatest storm tlur world ever saw. The second nine got to Florence to morrow to cross willows with tho nocond nine of that place. A stiliKcriber has a numlier of lieautifu! Maltese kittens he wishes to place where they will get good care. Tho night train just after leaving Mas todon ran over a regiment of skunks. Tho nnimals responded. That promised Chinese laundry ha not lrn ojienod. Tho almond-eyed cel estials will not come hither. Frank Parsons contributed to tho edi tor's cabinet of siecimcus this week. Thanks are hereby returned. Tho word "rat" stands as an appn brious epithet applied to jsrsons who suddenly change their minds. A cold winter is the general prediction of tho weather prophets, and it's we ll enough to prepare for it at any rate. The board of health has purchased grounds for a cemetery ntul have given a contract to havo the lata! cleared nnd fenced In. Tho hind is hsrated over the? river, just east of the ball grounds.