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j-i:trir.:Uive power -rrrr. :-r-Z red by C rend!--; vjr::ri:P7.0NlCi.c: rityitaarU-.-rc. ".rikln-: of tbc:n h m.v-.v -v.- .r.;::.. . of "Sh:" I 7 A VceMy Journal Covoted to tho Vcrlcua Intdrqofj cf Iron Ccunty. ' " '. ' " . . n. ;.tot. leSSj. 'CUYSTAK Ikon County. .Michigan, aiukd.w, I . 1 ! i ;. CoriiiridrurriB ! V ABOUT THE ( vi fP r. ! 1 :l. WHAT IG TIIC DIFFERENCE RETVEElI THE BQIrJH AMD pOUTH pOLE :..t.. ...w,f;,l,-iir-.' ) it 1 1 the ennui to .. , Jntksou was very complete and u:Tun i i. ...-.,;-. .-w tin eod f if nniiiM'tnrlu, I i .. in tore for In ( SllMi rn;M.s ltx down ANDC.vnarniY ;vvi. Ti.ciadkH otthe party to. im Till: DIAMOND DlilLL. laud spn ad a table it! .tb- uh A A ..n: . thev li.nl brought and win n .nil was in.nllv Mr. and Mr. Jackson t;v given r,r ritt't f !$tcrttrifr f t" " ;,,,.. n.. f,niit ,I 41 targe. r.::-l lis ? lirthtT ynu Fair you It is all the difference in the world, buy vour goods at home, at Tin- Fair or pi elsewhere. At can "get bargains nowhere else anl m-v. r Mciv off. nd, it.tn.-Thr MtMf th.o t (!' W lurrtrtll JWf.A-OM t-. Monthly Srhw4 r jn.rl Ih uth ,j JIr.Th4M. intlarinA ,if tJtttlrrtrTh ttrtr lititf Curd " IHWH'I 70i. At The and wo go A STEP - FARTHER . - . i A ! . I.. find will i'lVI in telling you what the re a t ion oi a o - " "C. sVC r h ,t i nee m.n ranio ior a o omh "n u, j " "v you a chance uva Holiil lan;ain. "THE r.lscwlu n in this Utvu? will 1 notirolroiu what it i Katiol fUiii ri Lviit otiMM) w liuho narnH 1 ! hmnilitvnt Mlvr wat r wrico au; 'tawliiiiMvasaciml Uann. t!" n.uiu m 'of tln'tivits. tlu majority U its in nt Uomlatav. Mr.. U- Woo.lv.ut th .nah- a very titling tMtHcntati(n al(ltv.'S au.l Mr. .Jackvnii i.im.ihii wjui a jia- ' ; of thankn to their many fivaK au-lwrU- w isht i-s, but Mrn. .tacUon w as i-winrii't- ' lv ovvi-t taao aixl oi'il oiu.v in.m foutxl a th'ar.friiMulM by InoUnj: at thciu oil. that th- 'i anotlu'r in blank ainaz aunt th ..! . . lu.i ,.Mr wi t i'VCS. Tlif LMlrstH UUI thank lit r alter trough IV, u uivtl t r tt:: th' - :t. ,;tthvs:l!ry a x.'orl.inan t . ' ,M. ro:w la tin' l'p; v lV-'.msMil i .-1 - ' inrntlv ivtunn (1 Iroia 'li - wh-. iv la ,.,IV .lnn.- oi t!if V t ni-tnun.M.tH ,t.VicU ol th- v.ry 1t i t;ii 1 'u h:-: v'i tur '. Hi V. ;h v ' ! :-t:(l i-M'nl.ittabl.- pl;ii-; ;'-l -:m. n ival liUuv at a u a ..inb.r- callin' on hiiu. lb- wilt. hav o;i tna a call. ' , '.. ; ; -ft : vf ' The Nt'W Tiniot an!; . " 1 Tlu'ii. n- time canl f thu t'hiiao i v,.ail.v,.j1.i ii If.ulroacH'o.. wtt into tif'-i t la-t Suutlav, but the diauce in an ival inal ( quiitun of trains at thiK ..I.. .. V k I" . 1 lllPll,!! for at t. ilieMlrsiMUUJ JuMu v , , - uV ovU a. IH., I i til II v , Jo and visit- " The - Fair 5 J and you will lind tho answer. Vc havo tho llnewt stock of NOVELTIES sviT.vm.i: kou liU-d Aviil make appl.eation to i ue i . , ia WM.il ; ami w u owi - ; - y urinlof Mitirrv soih of Iron county at n, 1 "J -v - - , , it , m vt w li-iv u nuvaius in and for na d count v on tfio twemy-i ' : . ,;, nft r an-1 1 uU-rH atHI UK'n " . 1 V v Vu. ,V- ,IV,: ", ..r n i V iwf f..r an ,.r-!larty cnnK to a t loM ami one altu an m, that tho lVytal l alU art uVl v thV inror porati. other bado Jkl... M- co i J,,, Watornuuvt VW l 1. - T i,,1.ii,,J into iL'fatvwtl und ( umi KjMitl, wiinus xnuu . . . aeetMninodatlou hUT4,Vf - J: wu'lao of Vl d Fa N i I t i m .U I mid wilo, Cnpt. J,h liick in in tho township I uysiai i au, i uu,.,.,,.. wif,. "W -I Iron. .,.! M,to.., MMjba.,..-! !: , t! . Tho pniH-Hrt n owiiiuainai iu "T1 ; , ':r. r It S.hwartx CoHis nw hurried alon' as fast us poKMhlo now .1. . m m ."' "J "j, I)r A. tl.nf it.onu, alvlH'H n that a villas . d w fo. L. W o o lii. I T. a .1 - , ii..f,,.i.4ivin. Air anil um. iuu avu and our prieoH will sell them. FAIR." i A. LUSTPIELD, Proprietor. ) IWNT V: Tar? VoV. .irf.v, Tho Domestic Srvmzltichmc, il't'Ut Stvimu ' ' . shin i: The Kml Huhber Mump Works. 7 hi Mimunuilii ituihlinz. Loan nwl I'rolcctivc L'nion. MKNOMINKK 1SANCSI-2 11KANCH c. & n.w. n. n. TlMKTAIIU:. No. T )nwHiniO'r dt 'irt No. H " ttrrlvrx No. 1H iu roiiunxltlcti arrlven No. ai " lf.iirt v.. k ...,..i., t ultli No. a Ht Mnucr ..-I. -I. .....I iKhlitml llllil Ht Powit No 7 OO it in 7 r.o m 12 4. ) in 1 'J." t in for Wit- 1 for i:4-nnf...i Hii.l north u"l No. 1 for MSUvau kii' find rhlnu'o. No. 21 eonntrli with No. a it Towi rH for Km aiml.! iiii'l nortbiuiaultn o. i, for Milwaukee Hii'l t'M-;KO. J. V, HKDKua.n, Auvnt. I'ost kfick. Dailv mail for Mastodon, rion-iiiv, fcitamlmutih m.l Iron Klvcr rlowmit 12T.O i in. iMily mail for north unt raiiiw 1 lowH Mt t l in Patlv mail for nontli anl raium i '.oH, Mat l'i r.opm .Mail from nouth arrl vr at ' 12 Hi tun Mail from north iirrtvi-n at S: la ! in f( iitte hour from M n in to U i in Sun ilay from 12.1U in to 1:1" ; . A. A. Mktcai k, r. M. CornT Ti:mh: Jude (Jront ha O't the t Clauilioiirt 11 flio !nuit rourt of tho tfniy-mth Ju.iwl.il Unnit t-t Ml; !ui for th' v...ir iHMsa a ollown. I ln-lta iiunty--TI Firt TiH-n.Uy in Jan 1 iwry, .M o(l Tuetiy la May, l-'lrt I ! lt y will depart for their new liotno to-il.iy, Thev have Ions Ixti recent f Vrvsta Falls and will lie sadly m; :u d by a larp circle of hiends. . r for thf Mnttth tlwlhm ttrt tnln r Mt. IHK7. Tho following i a report f tho enroll ment and nt tendance of tho Crystal Falls hclnaiU fortiaMtionthof NovcinUr: oiuumui am uai m iioot.. :n ' :ta 2'. M:iAUTMr.NT. Dnemaking. iMivi rnio it is an alisoluto nreKMiy For some yearn past heveiai 01 mo iuohi inlluential busine men oi tlie tf)wn havo tried all kinds of ways to laing mis nd about, but in each ami every in- htancothev weru luiiKeu oy iiam wm were anparently bhml to their own in-i..-..vi- hot mm- tha.t their eves have Ihth oM-ned they havo Imtoiiio me very joif' l.iOHl.nt nml most anient worker and uro doing all ia their power to aid the j oivanization to iM ifi-ction ; in fact all of the business -men aiv now woikimk 101 the one eml which they are tletei nutaii ; to aceoniph-li. M.o ininu yei n;mam unwWr and that is, when the village organi.a- Avt.n,(t, ,u,iH.r wlonnitK. tion is completed let all oi tfiosi? men ; Avt'raui l iiy nttua oi.v . who aio now making with hucii niiiiAvwuri'-1"" mendablo spirit, luin tho same spirit to; ""mki-iitk ...., .i...t l.v nLiriiiL' ia nllleo a set id Total inunlir fiiroUo.l IL1"H wn.l. . -v 1 - .... ...!. .....I,,.. ...111 men that will do ustiee, a,ai only jusia-e ; Aven. y.r to tho trusts conferred upon them, men 'Avt.r,Mjaiy Kr trnt who will not endeavor to piaeo 1. iieiu-, w-oni ritiMAitv. h Ivoh in altlueneo by the prolits of t he 1 . liuml(1.r rnroui olllio, but .'men who will woik lor lue AVfrmp. numhir t'onuinn smxlof the town, and. Its people. 1 ho Avrrune liit set of oliieei for the village should Awriw i. ....... r.aiv fiinolilo nf inanM''ini! the! affair d their res, native onice in an ; y"" (lion:::::::::::::::: honest and conscientious manner and AjerjMj .Jli"";;,,.:. hen niv nlentv of such men to be haul, s Avm,LM .lailv ncrctnt A masK-iiHiting of the citizens ! ;am(.8 ,,f pupils who were neither tanly f tho township of Crystal Falls, ,mr al,senC during the month of ovein was la id on Monday pursuant to a call, r: rlrAt in imary departim nt.ettio tor the purpose of considering the quos-; Villenauve, Tillie lt nUrg, llaehrl lain tiou of turorporating Uiis village under Amy LaehnH-lle. Second primary the general laws of the state of Michigan, department .Julius Meisler, Adolpli mi..- . w.i in.r wiiM i idktl to order Mni-i.... Vtnii. KixMieka. Mamie eailng, John II. Parks was chorea chairman ' (.'iiarlie'lJivn.Ioseph LachnieUef YN'illie 1.1 f.HM tlli hl KiH-rotai v. Coon i nh tiilUrt. lntermiHhate motion that ..........;i O'lllllllllll "I . . .. kl 111" ' " ' . . .viw.Mi. dot v it Mliiill Im to take a l lures- 1 inimmnf mid IIiafi.i'iaioi.Atia inoi, dit- or .;ty tittriKlaiuu Uiitiy lrr ival raiTruotUY mcoaktwrnt. Tho umlcrsi.VHil have opctial 11 Jlrst ClnsH DtvssinnkinK Kstublishmrnt nml Djintl to tlo nil kiwis ot LiuUcs sowing in grnorul pmmntootl, Weitsothv Tuihtr System. :ooms in I.J. MoiirtH'sbuihlitig. Fourth in it wiih nnanimously resolved department 'aron .Margison, Mm this village Ihj ineorporateil anda -at Vf j.;dna Parks, Klsie Ilenberg, Oscar niltee of - seven tax-payers chosen Kt.nlHTg, Vina Sudds, Oscar W uMraml. ... . . 1 .tl ......... 1 1.1.. 11 1....!. u wiry steps towanls the consummation ; ; .ggio McCourt, ThomaH Miarison, haran of tluMpiestion in issue, t'pon motion, t Mnnns, Daisy Un a, Andrew andiin whieh wan unanimously, carried, the daiguo. Amkua 15i,ahii:i.!., principal. r.,lliiuiiiL named tax-naver wen elected as said committee: .1,11. Parks, .1. IJ. Schwartz.; (has. S. Henry, A. Lust field, t Thos. O'Connor, II. Metdinchy and U . j II. Willerling. There lwiag no other I busiiM'ss to , Ih transacted the meet nig; Snf bif.u tion j adiourned sine die. DFATII OF OLD DH.V. Kii ou't V'.lui.lav la .Jann.iry. lht Tu.-H.lay In May. mvoikI isl n,.Hlay In h.j.t.inlr. Mfiiomliw county--ro.ath Moa.lay In Jan . 2.1Ta. lay In Apr 1. V-lrst Tvi.-s.lay In Srf t'T. ,',7fr,'l1 .ov-mlH-r. Mar-in'tt.' rou.ity-'J-l 1 '7l,,.' l..i.m...v 'M.lr.i Moii.lav In May, thin! iry Ai'!nHilay In j pivmU'r. stwet west. i'J-tf MliSVD. A77T0. MISSOWFXS. M1IS. THOS. (JALLAVIN Dl'.AD. 1 A fnlttr,! y, irttt of lUr Khttb'tll I'nmi'g l'nMtn tt.tf (H'llrloit. j l'oor old liennie is dead. After a life 1 f i.wi foliu MM lie civics his room to young- ' er ones, at the advanced age of twenty. iiv vears. Old I sen was a now, i.n.iVttv of Dr. II. C. Kimball and the Fri J io.t, Trr nmH r-" Her l.rt .'"-V , , . .' f .u .I1H llU ..Kt daV Oil this !,, I.f. .,f l W. l iinmdano s,iheiv. was of tt.e old illness of hair weeks Mrs. i-toii Kapids and auhun stocK ana in Tho lnrgft asfottua tit of ''s. rat e nuaiiou uv .milv. clothier's. Sleighing splendid. For line shawls go to Max. New stock of corsets at Max. Christmas three weeks from to-moirowv Cahhemere at i-evtn cents per yard at Max: Look at Kskil's kIiow pictuivs at the jto.st ollliv. 1 Ut- Dr. Metcalf sold one of h hot-sew. to D. Danntrnian. Another mawtuerado is talked .0! foe the near future. It you want a bargain ia cloaks o to Max, the clothier. IiircnninL' nassi-nger trains aiv crowdinl i' to their fullest capacity. When people will actually tap ftu ei 'k woim! nile all signs fail. Sheet music givetJ away with Ji. Schilling's corsets at Max, thf clothier s. , . ....1 .Aio i -inm. at" etror jdiu uy low prices nOlax, the violin. s. Th't Chicago & North-Western pay o Scattered ghnlnes and dollar' Itei C Thuixlay. This cold weather has kind o' cut hhc the "nly as far as the gate, ilear ma. pel forma net?. In coneo,uetHv t the gtanl sleighie : there aie numerous sleighing parties o. late among the young jHMiple. If voti would seek entertaining and in structive muling, turn to the inwtfe page ot TilK DtAMONU DlMI.h. Twcntv degfws In-low rem on Monday morning", followed by tlfteen Mow on Tuesdav morning. Somewhat wmtery. ' . 1.. i . Some changes are im-iuk umm.v. ........ inside arrangement I the i.anm:rma hou.s.Welow stairs; the oince emargeo. etc. .The noon freight train was neai Sy u.j hour late on Monthly. Unaccutouiyl to tho new running time was probahly the cause. J. J. Fskil, ot Florence, will make lirst class travon ljctures, liie sue, with an elegant fram' for 512.K). Satisfaction guaranti'etl. ' , Lakes and rS'cr frown over but no skatinu', too much snow, and the naal. Ixiv will content lymselt by staling down hill on his sh igh. X 1 Maud Thouin bavt is .40 .ar.'i .HV) ..IH .12 ..as Sii.t,-mlM r; lirt Monaay in pat ot Oct. 2.. 1S7. .! S Mclean hliiTllf ; 1 K iMiiat. eoiiiuy ncr nnu r. lt OS l Ol'NTY UKHlMWi v-.nr 1 ...II ,i,U; t' T frau.lall. j.ro'( iain imiw . ' t II., ..(.(! I r..,iur.-r : ITia tllllllltliiT, iHMM..- Ju ltf. ; i: T. l.tt, t.lreult court commlioia-r ; V) ( lark, nur-vynr; I. A Kn-.l. ri. h- .! 1a" ih. roroni-r: Italj-h lTlm. un.li-rhh.rin. Mal Kails ; WUUam Ml.haiN. .l.-.nty her tetroilitnir. I. 11 Mi Wuown.itn.iity h. r. vr.a KIvithikI Staiiilianuh. Vour1 patronage Solicited. MAS township ollieefs: Vm. MrvlHor: A. I.u-tru-i.i. ii.t; -tz trvaMirvr; Win. 11. 1IoOht, v. tor; Dan l rjuhart.l.U'hway com Vm.Mcf.trty.Al. Au-trlaii, John xjv of the H-nei.; .lai oh IUimht, N M-t rl t No I; Kalfh ITIik. trl t No 2: irlan.lo Vt-raii, rl-t. No. :i : John liolan. lia vlornn", !m. . N.-arlmr. Kimball, health otlUvr; .hjl'laii. 7hVe7s: C. T. uik SiiKl Un, ctvrk: (leers: Archie 11. Klanaifttii, Iijie Vina and Iijaud Thouin, vOleson, ViH.r,c!i'rk; Ml. V. M. DRESSMAKERS After an M.it.'ur, t oilhi via nasscd to the' other side at a few minutes after eight o'clock on Thursday morning. The huly was a victim of asthma and caught a severe colli which aggrevated her disoase and finally proved more than medical skill and tender can could master and she peacefully passed into the tranquil sleep to awake ia tho land of eternal happi ness lx-yond the river. Mrs. (iallavin was Imuii ia the town and county of Kilkenney, Ireland, and at the time 01 her dentil was liftv-.lvo years ot ago, thirty-nine of which weiv sjient ia this roiuitrv. Twentv-four year ago she was married to Thomas (iallavin, who is left to mourn the loss oT las 1 fiirnd and comforter. Mio has ivsn his dav was a horse that was not oin.v valuable but of good speed. At the ago of three vears this horse Urnine the property id Mr. Kimball, who shortly after sofdliim to another physician who was a staunch democrat ami mimed lain in honor of lien Butler, who alsmt that time was doing all he could to put dow n the i-elrllion by conuseating all of the silver spoons he could find in New Or leans. A few months later Mr. Kimball again purchased the horse und during tl... w. i.nirtotMi veu rx old 1's tl Htm the doctor ttavclod the roads of .lackson r...h.iv 4,.....t lii-r" nlcht and day, and rtv oiHMatl a dn-srtiuakiiighopnt thcir hona on Superior avenue. 'iX'V are splendid dnssmakers and deserve .Vooil patttm- age. pressjon. Advcrtta'mcnteWwI.ehJu this im mainl the prosrtv t the doctor until ietthe day he di.nl. 'lU tinie h"1,,11' idnl ...wwvf ii... f .milv Kit id Dr. Kimball tt hetv with her husband several years and 1 wrjur, "and we miss hun greatly her dent a has brought sorrow to a large ; Ho was one ot the most gentle animals I circle of friends and acquaintances who ; rvrr Haw ,u Was never sick a day in his i.Ttend fxttroHsions of sympathy to the ; i;f until this last sih-11 lreavetl husliand. 1-uneral services srrmiiou avkm Crystal Irill, 'Midi. and thougn we did all inournower to prolong his life .. at 1. 1.1.1,1 in tho f 'othcilio chnn h at ten I i...t nvnil Mmiv and many a : o'clock to-morrow morning and all that 1 remains of a good, kind woman w ill U? j laid to the last long sleep in the new cemetery. 1 FAIIKWKLTsrrMMIISK PAUTY. 1 l Mr. "M.f Mr: H. . J'trkaon .irtmv Hurprlnrtl hjf n iMrff f Friett'li. Oni i t tho most eniovable nnd pleas- farewell parties thai nas r t daughter house and ' given a IMIk i . . . .. . In enoutiti thocountry attending my patients 1 would tall asleep 1 tnvw lf In the carnage 11 mi i 1 lU n abvavs kept the middle otj the road and took mo homo without a mishap and I .tell you e w ill never own another borne that will (ill Den s place in our heart. Money could not have bought tho old nag and ia his old ago . he got the let that was to 1". had. J he remains ot the old horse were taken out Taken l'n. V- The subscrllxT found a six monthr 1 , heifer last week and it now taking ca'ol the same at Kirby Carpenter Co s Cnpj No. 1". The nnimal is black und W'; and has one ear split. Tho wnerfb claim proiH t ty at once or the same lie void. IIknuv Di:ix:K. CiiYHTAi, Falis, Ikr. 1. ; . I I Found. If . At the Slnldeti & Sh.'dcr mine n book containing two tickets of a'"' siontothe Menominee Hlver llo.-jjti No. 7,orl K ars the mi me of Lot:; 'M'' and is made out for six inonU other one is a yeaily ticket, iu'- t favor ot Henry OdU r and is nu . 7 or'J. 'Owners ran have them 1 in'gon Mr. W. II. Willerling ar.d f,r this notice. Mr. Willerling al , ' ir. .,.. t.fcii 01 a. into re kv whu ,,. ,-w. - - . found in town unci wui oi- tn the owner upon implication. llNt ll . Wonderful t'un -s. W. I). Hovt iV ('., wb.l al ¬ io. d I't I "We r ant hurnriso Wehaved.rideil to offer our service taken place in town in a long time was xvui i 'Uly, 11. ........ nivmi in luow.r of Mr. and Mrs.. to any one wanting plain or fancy sew-1 n. Jacloa at their residence 011 J ! Tuesday evening. Mr. .Tacksman an j in ' done Our wtak hasheivtohire given ' engiiarf for the Chicago Sl North-Western , , Dailwiiy (o., and by the change made m .1 . . v . ..it. f ..t,.l it U nor con-' tl... timiiin? of trains lie is to reinoeil ' ,n- uiMi'ttr,. V ; from here and will probably take up a,wh slant aim to do the Kt work at the residence at l.scanaba, his run o. mg ; 'MiUlt ,.,um fro,n Powers to Watersnvi t and return. ov.-.-d living prices Call on us l'ut. Hi It was tucev-ary to take Mrs. Jackson MfCaurt's (inllcry. (VimI.iI TidU now boasts ot a.,i.. .lt of oiiic. ia.. savs lK-en selling Dr. Kings new d.-ro r.leetric Hitters and liuikl. u s n salve for four years. Have in v. 1; 1 1m1 remedies that m H as st 11, oym j nnivetai nui ir.cie.n. . . sonio wondciful can .1 air ( l d : medicines in this city. S v. i.d imiti ion f .1 i i " 1 - t 114 fin; . . . . . 1 ii..., tirntuitiiii'ii nMi' and well epiipMsi pinugrapu v.un j 1. " ., M . k j, n caul., found on the rang. an.i in -iso, ... - , ( are in the habit of going to Norway, . 0 , . ... . Iron Mounta in or ! lorepce lor piano-, v. v, 1. ...... b .., c, t the virv 1 A ' ai.t.- tie ni results by patroniring our homo g illery 1 ) f a iwi r.