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The diamond drill. (Crystal Falls, Iron County, Mich.) 1887-1996, September 17, 1887, Image 4

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r.ZHor end Proprietor.
r:;v;;?ALrALLs. i:-.o.coity, uicukj a::.
rr..a: C-.00 I rr year, !a advance.
A f.rt rla n"w!Hjpr, enter! at U pott
i :...- la Crystal KalLi, Mlchfcau, u wnd cl
matter.
8ATUMUY, HKITICMUF.U 17, 1887.
Tub Mining Importer, of Milwaukee, in
to l.wiie u itixtuen pugo magazine once a
month. Mr. Pollock in making u euh
utar.t'al Hiioxt of the venture.
JrrkisC MuiuMir, at ono time editor
f tho Marinttt North 8Ur, anl latolj
Kit the Mil waukw Daily Journal, him pur
lutHcl an intercut in the Ashland New
oml a daily id noon to lw started. Jerri)
ifi away up aa a ncwniMipvr man pMier
ally.
"This go vomer of Michigan only get
31, (KM) a year salary but hohaa privilege
n! goinjr from county fair to county fair,
Nn tripling tho,prie pooche and Karn.
There's nothing mean about Michigan
that U, hanlly anything. Luning Ile-imh'ican.
Su.mjOWKK are uhcmI in Wyoming Ter
titory for fuel. The Htalkd when dry arc
-jih hanl uh maplewood and make a hot
lire, and the need hernia with tlws mx-dH in
4rc Haiti to burn letter than the let
hartl coal. An acre of nuuflowera will
Tuni:nh fuel for no ntove for a year.
Tiik .Supreme court haa decided that
the venlict of death in the cao of tle
Vhlcaso AnaTbinta, Airjut Spies, Alliert
It. J'arHorM. Mcheul Hchwaba, Samuel
iFie'dei, Ado'ph Filter, Loui Lingg and
'(leoru Kegel a in accordance with law
i id junt'ee, and tin condemned lond
tb'tjwe-8 will lie hun;ed on Friday, Nov
h;i1?.' 11, next. An effort for another
trull is to 1m made.
Oiu predictions that n great numlerot
vxploring camps would soon lie tttnrttd
j a thin vicinity are fast coming true, there
U'ing over a aeon already in full blast.
Nearly every man you see returningfrom
the woods has a ocktt full of Hj)ecimetm,
isome goxl and some worthless, but all
indicat'ng that great mineral wraith
fx't in tis? territory tributary to the
HiiUr riticti of Iron Hivrrnnd Stambaugh.
Of court? this wraith will consist chielly
of iron, but there is some talk of a dis
covery of gold quarts, manganese, slate,
trtc, the location of which we are not at
lilierty to state at present. Ueportcr.
(COUNTY BOARD
tOfFiCIA,.
County Clerk's OIHce, August 1087.
Hoard of Supervisors met to a call
tiuthorized to l rnnde by clerk. Meet
ing ca'leil to order by chairman C. T.
Jlolieits prwnt, Win. N'esbitt, Chas.
Olson, Win. IVucet, II. M. Atkinson, A.
It. McKinnon. Minutes of last meeting
were rend and approved, with the ex
ception of ttmt motion made by Xesbitt
-and ivto'MVd by OIomhi, regards clerk's
authority to rent voonw in county build
irp, wh'ch motion was hereby revoked.
It was utsm motion of . re
solved to postono uixy action reganls
tho rent'ng of the vacant rooms in
county budding until next meeting. Fol
lowing communication Wing received
was read and iion motion ordered to
1 spn-nd on minutes as follows:
To tho County Hoard of Iron County,
.fUato of Michigan:
We nspuctrillv imuest that tor min
ion that Patrick 11. Ihinn, the Iiegiter
,oI l)eed, and County Clerk's removal
Jromtiuid county, the otlfcu is vacated
,and we wiU action taken by Uie (bounty
JIou.il to n&uiMO ns from wild county
Jerk and register's ls)nds. Signed,
II. C. KjmiimJj,
M. J. LlNHHAY.
Ittnolvcil, that deputy clerk lie and is
1 creby instructed to notify V. h. Dunn,
.clerk and register of deeds, by August
!!.", 1887, or his olllce will lie declared
vacant utter that date.
Following tvsolution ling offeml by
A. 11. McKinnon was unanimously ac-
.prpted:
u"oW, that whereas tho constitu
tion of the Statu of Michigan provides
jthat Uie oAicrM of County (lerk ami
J legist, er f IhIs may U united and
empower U? county board to unite tho
.same and it in hereby resolre! that tlw
odlces of county clerk and register of
wU of Iron County l aiwl are hereby
united. Notlving els? lieing Is fore tho
Isjal they upon motion adjourned till
August2ri, at 8 p. m.
AuiKirr AivnitAH, U puty Clerk.
Special meeting August 25, Ufl, '87, at
(tho County Ork's ulSci. lWanl U
Sui)ervisors met pursuant to odiourn-
;uenjL Present, C. T. IloUTts, Win.
jKucet, Wm. NUtt, Clioa. Oliwm, A.
II, McKinnon. Meeting railed to order
by chairman, C. T. Uolierts, mnuts of
last raei tlr re.ul and approval. Meet
inu adjourned to t've tho committo on
c lalmsi time to report and on .rrossemb-
i r ccl'.rJ to ordr by
C. . -. I ; tlxa co..:'ttc3 oa clakna
l ;Jj t!.3 followinj report, llilb ftllow
c 1 and d;:nllowed were w follows:
Act cl'ia'd far AU'eJ
II. Hur.l:irkt C-' CO crusa w'd'n,C25 CO
D. CIjocUwoc'J 10 CO team w'k G 00
8.Mto:on, 4 00 wolf lwunty, 4 00
J, :uchel-.on. 20 25 k'pn's pris 29 25
J. IL JIcLcan, 12 25 nheriri Kcrv' 12 25
L. B. Hitchcock 2 50 hanlwaro ' 2 50
Ed. Slinser, 2 CO constabb fv-c 2 CO
J.Twa, 2 00 juror 1 00
F. Devennic, 4 00 wolf Iwunty 4 00
C. Olcson, 10 80 can. board 10 80
E. 1". Lott 25 20 printing . 25 20
W. J. Drown, 2 00 justice fee 2 00
T. H. Webb, 1 00 const' feea . 1 00
W. J. IJrown, 11 00 justice 44 3 (X)
T. II. Webb, 9 00 cons. 44 0 00
W. J. Rro'wn 1 00 justice 44 1 00
W.J. Drown, A 50 44 44 3 50
W. J. Drown, 3 50 44 44 3 50
J.Loyd, " 80 juror 44 80
J. Serephine, 80 44 44 80
CSerephlne, 80 44 44 80
S.Kisor, 80 44 44 80
M. Korell, 1 10 44 44 1 10
N. Dandles, 1 10 44 44 1 10
F. Finlan, 1 10 44 44 1 10
T. Frost, 1 10 44 44 1 10
P.J.Casey, 1.10 44 44 1 10
J. D. Fry, 1 10 44 44 1 10
D. McLaughlin, 4 93 coroner fees 4 93
W. T. Adams, 87 50 sheriff 44 87 50
Dr. Desxenlen, 31(H) doctor 44 31 00
C. Dunu tt, 18 00 nursing 44 18 (X)
Y. Campbell, 40 95 justice 44 40 95
C. S.Henry, 150 furniture 150
Wm. Doucet, 40 00 hall rent 40 00
M. Duskirk, 10 OOg'mo w'd'n 10 00
P.E.Dunn, 8 17 olllce ex. 8 17
J. Crushi c n, 1 CO witness 1 10
C. Pelerson, 1 CO 44 1 CO
W. M. Aletrich, '2 00 juror 2 00
N.C.(iiIman, 2 00 44 2 00
Wm.ConVy, 2 00 44 2 00
W.J. Drown, 14 00 44 14 00
The foregoing bills were allowed by the
committee on claims and approved "by
the board and the clerk and chairman
insttucted to draw order for the same.
Moved and seconded that a copy of the
order revoling the apjxjintment of Al
bert Austrian as deputy county clerk
nod register of deeds be entered in the
minutes of the meeting which was as fol
lows: Crystal Falls, August 25, '87.
To the County Hoard of Suiervisors of
the County of Don:
Notice is hereby given that I by virtue
of the authority vested on me us County
Cck in uod for the said County of Iron
in the State of M'chigun, hereby recall
the at)iK).nlneiit of Albert Austrian as
D puty County Clerk and Uegister of
lArdsinsaJd county heetofore by mo
made and all authority vested in him
by virtue of such apK)intment on and
n'tec the date hereof is hereby revoked
(live i under my hand this twenty-fifth
day of August A. I). 1887. P. E. Dunn.
County Clerk and Uegister of Deeds in
and for the County of Iron, Stato of
Michigan.
Movetl and seconde! that tho clerk lie
instructed to notify those jiersons oc
cupving the rooms up stairs in the coun
tybu'ldingas slwping appartments to
vacate forthwith and that no rooms Is?
rented, but to Iw kept for the uho of tho
County oflleers. Carried.
Moved by Wm. Doucet and secondet
by Wm. N'esbitt that tlio additional
bond f annulled by P. E. Dunn as county
clerk and reg'ster of deeds Ikj approved.
Aves 5. Nays 0. Ca-ried.
Morctl and necondetl that Ebsha Mor
gan Is? opiMiintel to the ollico of Mine In
spectorfor Iron County; carnal.
Movel and seconded that Elisha Mor
can U? recominendetl us Di-puty Game
Warden for Iron county and that the
Clerk l instructed to notify the State
(iamc Warden of the same. Carried.
Mo veil and seconded that tho Clerk lie
instructed to make any necessary repairs
in his ollice nnd to purchase coal stove
and coal for the same. Carru-d.
licsoktil, that II. J. Htighitt, County
Treasurer, Iw notified by the Clerk to
pnsluce a statement at the next meet
ing of the lsmrd shoeing all moneys re
ceived and disbursed, where received
from and how paid out.
The meeting then adjourned subject to
call of chairman. P. E. Dunn,
County Clerk.
Ihava c l.rbcr hop In tho
r.3w bui! " r J. C. Dowera druj
ctoren:::! : .1' V ? c public to
fivemsricj.il. lly u'icp U cwly furn-L!.-J
t!:rv:out.
CALL AHD'OBE.
A. PARKS.
SD. 1I0LL1STED,
Iron nnda and Options.
Cofrejoi!euo solkitd.
CRYSTAL. KALL8, - - MICHIGAN.
JJ C. Kill HALL,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlc In J. I. Kiraball A Cu'c drun ttore.
CHY8TAL VXL.l1, - - W1CIII0AN.
A. METCALF,
Physician and Surgeon.
LllKUT ACSTUIAN,
Fire Insurance Agent,
CHYSTAL FALLS, - MIC1IIQAN.
7 Office In AuHtrUn & ('' Ktore.
JANDS F0H SALE,
In Southern Minnesota
Mi'l Nortlw'ni Khiiuhj. T1m IaikIh hnve Wn
CHi-rtiiiy iw'kvii aim arftH-iaiiy iaiuki
for fHrniltm Htnl utook ritifUiitf purjomH.
Term eaujr. AiJlrcw,
.1. J. I'fiM Antla.
fjlHOilAS 0'CONNOK,
Sample Room.
lValr in cholfw (lonifntlc nriil Importl wlnn,
CltYHTAL KALIJI, - MICHIGAN.
CR TOTAL FALIJ,
MICUIQAN.
1UYSTAL FALLS IKON CO..
U
S. D. Hollister, Supt.,
- Vlllofio Lots for Qolo.-
aiYHTAL FAIJJJ, IRON COUNTY, MICH.
MENOMINEK,
(J - MICHIGAN.
u)LM cs HOPKINS:
DRY-GOOD
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CMS, QUILTS,
BLANKETS, AND PILLOWS.
Fine Wool Dress Goods,
LADIE'S WRAPS OF ALL KINDS,
Fancy - Knit - Goods.
THE FAMOUS STITCHLESS SUSPENDER
Bower
DKALKIt IN-
t T. CJCANDALL,
Attorney-at- aw.
CKYHTAL PALIJI, - - MICHIGAN.
LACHAFKLLK,
Restaurantor,
Ainl 1fk'r In CAtuit gool. fruit, fncy erocci
Urn, ciKiirn, tobturo, tanlln, tU, lev
rrt'Km ani oyHur HrHr. uy
in iwiiJtoii.fterve! ull wy.
CUYKTAL KALLH, MICUIQAN.
AVISit IIK0WX
JL DFLKIIS IN
Lumber, Lath, Shingles
nml buiMiuu material; h!m hy, oat an J
CHVHTAL KALLH, - - MICIIIOAN.
DRUGS - AND - MEDICINES,
Paints, Oils, Etc.
FANCY GOODS, TOILET ARTICLES, BOOKS, STATIONERY,
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND SMOKERS ARTICLES.
Proscriptions Compoundod with groat caro
tlio purest drugs only usod.
1 II. C'AUl'KNTKK,
c.
Carpenter, Contractor
ftiul HutKler. Hhop In rnr ! N. Lachapt'lle'i
rf tau rant.
CltYMTAL KAI.W,
MICHIG AN.
JKNJAMLVNUIK,
Blacksmith and Wagonmakcr.
llorw hfif1iiK a fipwIaHy. AHcIamwa tf work
emirav4i in tli MiHiiHfui kivpii jrimii ai
tntton ami lit raonabli rlivM.
Jhoj rait end 8iiH.'rlor avenu.
CHVHTAL PALIX,
MICHIGAN.
L. FLKVKLLIN(J,
Attornoy-at-law,
and Ho'WMor hi (liaiwvry. FjxH'lal attention
IClvt-u I -lie inMiraixt? aul oiKrtion.
OflW lii County buihliiiK-
CHYHTAL PALIiH, - MICUIQAN.
II. IIUKLKY,
Attornoy-at- aw,
and nolloltor In (lianwry. ColWtloim prompt
ly ttl lclll;I io.
IHQN MOUNTAIN,
MICHIGAN.
I L. KIM HALL & CO.,
I
Bankers.
IM a if'neriU banking bui!nMn; for lni anil iU-
liKNtloK'hanubUKUt aiil kii; tax paii
for non-rvl(Unt, eto. lUnklnn liour:
tt to 1 2 a. in. ; 1 to 4 ami 7 to 8 p. in.
CUYKTAL PALL8, MICHIGAN.
The Bannerman House,
D. BANNERMAN, Prop'r,
ClU'STAL FALLS,
MICHIGAN.
WILLIAM HOLM DAY,
1 1 i'hoi'hiktou
Bill's Shaving: Parlor."
I ue a rleaii towel with every nmtotner aikI kwp
mv nhop ln'at and clau anl raion nharp
ami can Inioire aroo1 ithuve with ra
ainl comfort.
CKYHTAL PALLH, - MICHKJAN.
For Sale.
A Urrn Iuim iv nttantity of dry haixl
wtmcl, four foot, which ho will deliver nt
$:L00:ikt conl. Fit
F.xcitomcnt in Texas.
Grvat excitement uh Ikxmi cannotl in
tho vicinity of Purl, Tex., by the iv
markablo recovery of Mr. J. K. Corley,
who wm no helpliH! ho could not turn in
bed, or mine hi head ; every lxidy nald ho
wa drinjr of conHUinption. Atrial lxt-
tie of Dr. KinH new discovery wits ent
him. Finding relief, ho taught a lanio
lK)tUonndfttax of Dr. Kinii new lifo
pill; by thctimehe had taken two taxe
of pilU and two tattle of tho discovery,
ho wo well and luul jiainetlintlenh thirty
ix iMMindn. Trial lnittle of thl great
dincoTcry for consumption freo nt .1.
F Ilower'n, Lnrgo tattle 51.
n L. WOODWOKTH,
DeputySurvoyor for Iron Co.
Hwtlonn Arnratly an.lWally ub-llTltol. Un
funiliftel on nhort notice.
CHYMTAL PALIJ, - - MICIIIOAN.
THE
CRYSTAL PALACE
SALOON,
i tho moat popular rcnort,
PAT. McIIUGH, Proprietor,
DEALKR If
CHOICE IMPORTED WINKS,
UQV011S AXI CIGARS.
Near th llajiccrman hoow.
Fhybtal Falls, Mich.
Among the larger hotels on the Menominee Range is the
Baerman Mouse. 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 i'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, Manager
CRYSTAL FALLS,
MICHIHAN.
Free - bus to and from all trains. First class
livery stable in connection with the house.

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