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I.IIIIOR nWIKG HATTERS.
A Small but Noway Batch of Mining Items of Interest. Iron ore hint leen found on the south- j west quarter of tho south-west quarter o! section thirteen, 43-IJ2. The ore is identical with that taken from tho Ixv IVck mino on section twenty-nix und from tho new find on fcection twenty three, the three properties l?ing in nn al most straight line. Work was commen ced here about a month ago by -Dipt. W. II. MonUon, under 8. 1). Hollister, who is doing the exploring, who with ono man lx-gan to sink a pit moiu to get the lay of the land, but niter going down a few feet the indications were bo Mattering that the full force wan taken from an other part of the section and put to work, which resulted in tho pit bottom ing on the ore after going through about twenty-five feet of surface. Three pit fol lowed and all got tho ore and demon strated that the vein at that point is fifty feet wide. At the time of the writer's vinit two more pits were Ixing lowered to the mouth and it in tho intention to follow tho vein, which has an almost north and nouth course, to the limitH of the option or to its end if it disup lcarM Ixfore. the line Is reached. Tho ore is a blue hematite, very Hoft and has a greasy, rich apjeanincc. Work will now bo confined to developing tho find. The situation remains practically un changed. Producers nro making every effort to fill their contract orders and the shipment of tho week were among tho heaviest of tho season. Tho receipts were fiO,lll tons, n agaiuKt U(),r2M tons during the correonding wit-k in 18N0, and tho shipments aggregate. IW, 410 tons as against 21,010 during the corresponding - week in 188G. Lake freight remain high, $2.10 from Ash land, $'2 from Marquette, and 51.00 to 51.05 from Kscanalwi. Inquiries for fall ore show a (inner feeling as parties who sixty days ago, scouted tho idea of SO ore, having not yet made their purchases, but are still waiting to buy. Wo quote without change No. 1 HjHH'ular n! magnetic iVwte- rner ores rr ton $7 00'ji7 BO No. 1 specular (iioii-JW'Hi!Hier) own !r ton a oon r.rt lW'Mf'rncr Hrnmtit' f 7n0 7U Non-lk'KHemr llematit.... 6 ()()('(& (M) Cleveland Iron Trade Ileview. On Thursday the writer vK;tcd the Hmitli explornJon on the t-outh-east quarter of the sOi'th-ensc qua a?' of sec tion twenty-t-'ree, ?.'l-2, in cha' go of Barney I'i'ey, a d found tliat thev had got what they havelo-g lee-i look;ngfo. A series of tent pi.a wcepci down onf'c top o! the bill wh'ch Initio red m iron slates. Test pitting wns eai Vd on down the hill until oie win fou-vl oi line cast ide of a small pt. Aaoiho p't was then commenced tb'rly-fHe feel cast l this wh'ch is nil In the ore io a depth of ten feet. Tlieon is unquestionably the Lee Peck as it s ina1i"eno,lhaodsoiu1i with that mine, tho formation in that sccion is verv regular much moe so t'mn on this side of iho liver, it has leeii de monstrated that the ve'.n 'm ilrrtj.Jlve feet w;do and ,'t w'll I'ndoabJedi p ove to Is? much W'de-. P. Sheridan commenced stripping his find in the south part of town last Tucm day. The surface is from three to ten feet deep, and tho lodge is a firm blue hard ore, which will come near King within the Ilessemcr limit, it not quite. As tho work of exploration advances it liecomcs more evident that it is a vein distinct from that of tho Ktnmbaugh, and evidently passes down on the west Hide of tho river, as wc suggested in our last issue. Reporter. Dr. I). M. Rond, of Iron River, presi dent of tho Diledonia Mining Co., is auth oritv for tho statement that developing at tlx? Caledonia mine, near tho Mich igumrno river, is to lie resumed on a large scale this fall. There h, to all npjeur- ances, a fine Kdy of lVssenicr oie theie. It is quite certain that if the Chicago fc Northwestern Co.. wi l not give them a Htiur for the asking, the Milwaukee A i Northern eople will. The tunnel at Dr. Kimball's explora tion on section twenty-eight, -l.'l-Hl!, has lnrn driven into, the hill a distance of lHOfeet. Kxploratory woik ha not yet Kt n re sumed at the Windfall on section twenty two, l.U12, but is likeiy to be veiy so(n. A new foot ball reported Y;r duty on Tuesday. The other one, unlike a base ball umpire, could not stand the contin uous kicking. A littlogirl baby arrived at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Holmes, Jr., early Sunday morning. Mrs. Holmes and tho little one are doing nicely. These nights would seem to bo pretty cold for young folks to bo sitting out on wood piles stargazing until ten o'clock, but they do it just the same. Tho vehicle iortion of the streets nro generally in a good condition, but tho side-walks, oh, horrors, they're in a terrible condition and no mistake. On account of the holidays my store will be closed on Monday September 19 until 0:30 p. m., and Wednesday September 27, until 0:30 p. m. Max Ukulowitz. A flvo months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. I). Mclntyre, of Mastodon, died about noon Friday of lat week. The remains were interred at Quinncsec Monday after noon. Trying to do business without adver tising is like winking at a pretty girl through a pair of blue goggles ; you may know what you are doing but no ono else does. . FiUgibbon, of tho Menominee River Laborer, is in trouble again. This time he ha been sued by his employes. Fits is certainly an honor to tho noble causo he pretends to espouse. Within a few years tho tourist and the invalid will turn from tho heated path ways of tho sea-shore and tho south and will seek the bracing air and health giving waters of Crystal Falls. Already the sportsmen are preparing for the oening of tho hunting season, and have set their determination on bringing home ono of the "horned" ani mals, even if they have to buy it. Two young men ran a race hero one evening last week. A watch chain was put up against ono dollar ami tho men started. As neither have called for the stakes it is reasonable to suppose that they are running yet. I). Hannerman has added a large sum pie room for theacconmHslation of com mercial men, to his largo arm well n- pointed hotel. The room is large and well lighted and a K'tter appartment of the kind is not to K found on the range. T. C. Miller, late station agent at Mas todon. writes irom i.ommonweaim as follows: "Am here, was transferred to day. Think I will like it better than Mastodon. You may send your 'Dia mond Sparks' hero and I will eagerly devour them." R. W. Mars has abandoned the idea of starting a machine shop and foundry at Florence. "Unforeseen circumstances over which he had no control," is the way he explains it. It is to K; hoped that Mr. Mars will yet lie able to carry out his purpose. It is the duty oi every parent to iq- hold the teachers of the schools in tho punishment of their children for dis obeying the rules, and a child punished at school should lie severely criticised at home. No teacher will punish a child without a good cause. Tho preceptress of the high school has inaugurated a new method of punish ment for those who whisjier to their next-seat neighbors. She pastes a thick paper over their mouths and nothing but warm water will remove it. It is said to work admirably. An exchange savs: "The man who handles the local department of a news paper learns, after due experience, not to ex ect even briefly expresmnl thanks for a column of pleasant things; but h knows as surely as cometh the winter that a line in which then? is a single un intentional misrepresentation will cause some one to K heard from as on house top. Rut he gets used to it." Lirtie " Oh. Frank! Maggie has Ken telling monKmt composite photographs How are they made r l ratik "ery simple. You draw the portraits of any number of persons on thin, transparent I a imt, and then place one upon another, right eye upon riht eye, l ft eye upon left and mouth upon mouth" Lizzie "Rut, Frank, can't the thin paper K disjH-nsed with?" It could and was. f publMwtl ty rr"i:"t f I I'.n. O. o. V dent V. C. . L Cr; - J I --- .J, I Women's Chrlrt!' Unlon 12th D!-tr: -mporenco :ichlcan. DIAMOND DRILL CORES. Chase H. ()sKrn, lately of tho Florence Mining News and well known here is now doing city work on tho Milwaukee den tinal. This is tho season of year that maketh tho wood and coal dealers smile a smole of happiness and wishethfor tho longnrsH of winter. The young man who was seriously in jured at camp fifteen recently is gaining rapidly under tho skilful treatment of Dr. Mc'tcalf. The very essence of pure, unadulterat ed! cussedness was displayed, hero on Firpt Annual CoHrrn'imi :.t'Jc.t XTofc, ' Sttch., hi-!tmtbet ZD, V J, and 'J. - k VtXR Fl.tTKHJi: You are InvijM (j moet In convention on tb 1:0th day ot FfJtemtxT t Kven o'clock p. in., In the Prveby trUn ehurch ftt KscutiAb, eon tlnuinic two lor tbe work of llKtrkt or ganlutlon. K'h Union Is InvltM to wml Ave d!egatt and to aotul tht-Ir names one wet-k lu advance to Mr. Ktll KolJh, of KMcanaba that their en. tertalnnu-nt mar Isj urel. VUItom nho aw In sympathy with tbe caune aro cord!Jly invltl. A noma of our lt Bjealtni are expected to b In attendance, a full re-rentatlon of the Unions Sh uncwf , A full rejort of the pant ye art work will be ex- pwtl from each Union. There being no district treasury, each Union In rtHiumtcd to Kt-nd a rontrtbutlon.ftcconiingto their ability, to aid In defraying the expenses of the convention. " On the flrt evening of the convention will be held an Informal WHlal meptlon. The K'nhlonn of Wednesday and Thunwlay Mill te filial with rejort, dlcustdon, addrewei and orptnltatlon. A pnjer will 1 prvwnte! on plan and meth ml for the ennulng year. In which all should be virtually Intemited. A question box, aocewlble to all, will give op portunity for fn-e thought and iech. Tbe evetiiugM of WtsliMday and Thurnday will be devotsl to public inarni mwtlng, held In Opera Hall, and addrenHed by Mr. A. 8. Benja min and other vpeaVero from abrtuul. If fifty tlekttn can be nold we can secure one and one-third fare tor round trip. Petidforyour certificate to Mrt. K telle nolph,Kmanaba,tiot lator than the 15th. Do what you can toward making up tlu numbor. If at tho convention we are hort of that nurnbrr, the only renult w ill be that the balance of tlm return fare nnnt i met. Ih'Ar Fltvr an Immense work Is to be done In the tpi-r iVulimula. Iet no one falter or twftltat. t ome wltli lalth ana ernyer ana re newnl contMcratlon to the cause of "God and Home and Native Land." "If God be with ua who can be agnlnnt u?" Muh. It. A. t'AMruiXL, Miw. M. T. Lathhop, m DUt. Onianlzer. Ftute rrvsident. Mna. L. Hoihr, Ftate Organizer. The Verdict Uiuuiiinous. W. I). Suit, druggist, Ilippus, Ind., test ifies: 4,I can recommend electric bitters as the very lcst romedy. Kvery Inittlcsold has given relief in every case. One man took six lsttle, and was cureil of rheum atismof ten years' standing." Abraham Hare, druggist, lMlville, Ohio, nlllnns "The iK'st Mlling meilcmo 1 liavo ever handled in my twenty years experience is electric bitters." Thousands of oth ers have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unanimous that electric do euro all diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or bloisl. Only a half dollar a bottle at J. K. Bower's drug store. (Irovclatid Iron Mining Company. Klmt miMlcHtioti Sent. 17. 1SM7. A fTwctlnii of the hUh kholdm of the Growland Iron Mining Company will liehcld at thuolthw of the company, room 17, No. 1H7 La Fallf utr"t. (liicajfo, HMnoi, on Monday October 17, 1HS7, at three o'chs k p. m.. tor tlte luriMMe of vot.HK on a protxmltlun to utcru the capital tis k of naid company for tho pur iione of timhalng additional prtiertlei. K; K ( rvpln. 1. K. IIHI, ChaM. II. Miichill. (1ia.i. 1 Hunker, J. Meyer, A. K. lH;xtr. T. II. Wiutk, Pirretary. September IS. 1K87. .M5-4t iiLiil 1J0P For partJy develoixxl MINING . PROPERTIES, Pino and mnoral Lands. Julian M. Case. MARQUETTE, MICHIGAN. Fisher &Rau, DEAI.EIW IN Choice beef, Veal, Mutton, Pork, Lamb, Salt and smoked meats of all kinds. (Jeneral produce and game in season ..UKAM'.IMNO' ci-io: up3?t:d end D:in:;:: LiQUcrro end cz:,::2. lUlliard and lolTnb!esin Connect; OPERA IIOUGE BLOCl. Cryetal Kall, - Mich. UreN KyoIJvSALK AMD IICTAm Clioice Beef Pork, Mutton, Salt Meats And all kinds of vegetables. 10 TO feff- . B. Schwartz & Go., For every thing in tho line of Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, and HARDWARE, FEED, OATS, HAY, GIIAIX, ETC., OF THE CHOICEST AM) FRESHEST KISDS. : : : : ; : GESTy, LADIES', A XI) ClllUh REVS SHOES, A SI) Fl 'RXlSIILXG GOODS. Miners' and Lumbermen's Supplies a Specialty. GA. WOODFORD, di:am:u IN- T H E C E L E II R A T E D W. W. KIMBALL ORGANS. HA Lis ETA DA VIS, STEIXWA YASOXS, EMERS0XAXD KIM II A LU VI AX OS, Y. M. Damk, traveling lvpresentative. MEXOMIXEE, M WHIG AX. XJost 3Cxt Tlio World. Cheap Kates to Denver and Return. The Chicago tk Nortli-Western Uaihvsy Co. will sell exurion tickets to lKnver and return at one f.ueforthe round trip. TirketM will In' Hold Septi'lillier l.'Ull to 18th, inclusive, and as they will Ik good until Octolu r :Ust, un exet llent oppor-! tunity is piwnted to parties drhirous of visiting (Vdorado. Tickets will Ix? sold to Odd lVIlows, their friends, ami the. general public. Tor ticket, informotion and slo ping car accommodations, apply tougrnts of Chicago it North-Wentern Uailway Co. l2W lliirklen's Arnica Salve. The Is-nt salve in the world for cuts, I bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever! ! sores, tetter, chapjxil hands, chilblains, mm Absolutely Pure. Thin tow?ir ih'Vt vrio. A marvflof jtirlty. Mrviitftli und HlioU'HotniMH'HU. Min tv onuml ill thnu th ordliiiiry kliiIi, runnot hi ! 1 In (M)irH-titioii Kith tti i:utltitiil( of low t4Mt. hliott w-U-ht ulunt or lnjhHt .ow!or. Hold o:ily In cim, Koyai. IUmnu l'ow ii:h Va., lOM S u,l Kt., N. Y. ForlarM or im gtra SJ rUbr,40 triAai powdm 8Hr1.Urr.t 4Drl. CJ fr tr.l 7il n.l Ml mt Tha .tronirr.l hof.tln fill tn I'rrfrrtaccurBoy cniirantetd aol th onlT abtolutely tia oatat duu. Irt VtW - f mm - an -f c.ii.rr. Koortlnc and Ti retlnetd. fl 1 n M.M m- worn r.tu.i..i TM tnUrd for ttrffft ho'Uiiif. huniitif, ana aiioulitiff Bllttri. All rIJpr from 22 to 44. Matln XourUn dtncrrnl to let, pric ircw ck-uu ir iuuuita cii)gu. MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO., - Now Haven, Conn. Two Urcett m1 with cn tt onr 23 fllbr rlflot. twentf fonwmtlr hou I itity frrt, ft'-r nftr ihot hal alrriy ln flrri ml tin clfinjri dnrlnc tti mUr wrcnty ihot. Tlie roni carry -ff new! a in prUei ft Urget mUUe tocauM tbey xt aiwaya accural tool rcllabla. THE CHICAGO AND n vilfilBTH- I i u uu U VJ nnnnr 4 I I lS0Ugyih 1 I I ff ; Subscribe for RAILWAY. IVnct rates the C'ntres of Poi)ula tion in LUNOIH, IOWA, WISCONSIN MICHICAN, MINNESOTA, DAKOTA, NF.I1UASKA AM) WYOMIMJ. THE DIAMOND DRILL, S2.00 a year. Tut -day night, by a Mlow throwing a j conw nnil an hkins en.ptionn, ami iH,Hi; Iu Tmn .. f ifujj- arni , six pound rocK inroun xne mua win- j (ivt-ly curen piles, or no pay requireu. av ( t, meet requirements of local travel, as . down of A. Lustf'a Id's store. String measnrvK should Iw mloj)ted to stop to such deprelations. put 4 guaranteed give jx rfvct satisfaction, ! wel a or money n funded. Tiico twnity-llve , Ho t . rf : ell as to furnish tho most attractive utes for through travel lietwcen im cents ,Kr box. For sale by J. K. llower iwrtant TUADK CKNTJIKS. r