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I HE D IAMOND D RILL. TWELFTH YUAR-No. 43. CRYSTAL PALLS.' MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12,1898. SUBSCRIPTION $3.00 PER YEAtt WELL ftKESSED do get along better in life It Is true that appearances cannot be over estimated. They are better received in society and business circles, for the reason that taste in dress is accepted as an infallible sign of intelligence and refinement. You can't go wrong with our Fall Line this season, surely I Ask for this mak It's Guaranteed. -5f & One of our specialities this season is an all-wool Kersey, finely finished, splendidly lined, TOP COAT at $14.25. A boy's Chinchilla Reefer at $1.50. n ( Goons. caotjmg h . jyottj F-uvJttG Goods, I J " " q; 0 Trnci; thwm mmrc ILilVJLi 1UHH lUlllAJi t c (Jon. '.lo( k, of 'I rout ('ink, wlio I'liinc ovir Thnradnv hh mcHHenm'r for tin election ballot, inform ih Hint tlx' Trout CrtH-k I,tmiUr company linv fihirtlicil tlair cut hi that vicinity nix I linvw (IohmI down their plant. They havonot yet ileeilel where they will inovo to, Ontonagon Herat!. Hnpt. Hill and Cornmininer Coiiiin left yeterihiy nltriiioon for Iron Uiver. They nttentled the le!ieatioii of the new ncIiooI Iioiiho ut Spiing Valley last niht and the nuetin'4 of th nehool oII'tith t inlay ut Iron Kiver. Several iiiiiiInim of the Crystal Fall wliool lioaiil ate in alleluia rice at the inert ing. Onrar WiiMrnntl nnl Kale Onhorn ate hunting thin week near Lake Mary. VinitoiH to Tin: Phmonii Puui, may 'XMVt to meet with vrnMon on all hides when (War gftri hac k, - fact, wa are kind of lotting on tlii crop to coinpen Halo for ileli'Hpii'nt HiiliHcriptlon Hi if winter. Loiii J. Sliafcr, of (Ji.intl K.ipidn, rriviil in the city Tueml.iy to take a tuition in .1. I',. llower'n iJru; toiv. Air. Kinder Ik a re'iMtereil plan marinl of many yearM exiM ienoi! anil in n plena lint gentleman to meet. We extend to liiui the riht hand of fellowship. Martin Lally and Will Snlli.an, deputy ama warden, art? making tiling lively for the violatora of the name lawn. They arrvMteil ho vera I hunter at K'm wimmI for killing deer out of houkoh and A uutnlter at Cook'a Siding for not tag ging the deer they killed. The Hcate of wage paid in tlio wood at Atkinson thin winter rangea from $20 for rominou lalMurra to $ to for Mark urnithrt. There n to alKiut li!f men In the woodrt for thin company tlii winter nud a crop of at leant J 0,000, 000 feet will Ik? liarvciilcd. The aiding into Pete Meiiovera'a mill on the Brule aUait completed and the erection of the huildingH will U started at once. The mill la It mi 1 11 in Macto. don towrmhip on the C. A X-W. railroad, juKt wfHt of Armstrong crei k. County CommlHMioner Conlin i en deavoring to tiavc it m'IiooI cHtahlished paar Klin wood, where there arc about twenty Indian children of m Iioo ago. Thrro arc a number of whito children thfie iiIho. John V. Petori, of I).'troit, wai in the city hint Saturday and Sunday. Mr. JVtcra j.i one of the a blew t attorney of iV'troit nnl vinited thin city in the inter cut of Home of hU clienta. Hon. Sherman T. Handy, repriwnta-tivi'-eliTt, receive the Arond I argent majoiity in PickiiiHou county, (Sov. Pingrit' healing him by 11! vote. Mr. Ilandy'a majority in thin district wan J 1 00 out of a total of ilDOO votea. W. J. Ilorder ban connummatiil the deal which he ban had on the ntring for the general ntoreat Hey more, Wi., and bin family lift, thin win k for that place, where they will renide in the future. P. OTuicn, A. 15. McKinnon, N. K Kinder and P. A. Morrison, four of Iron Kiver'a popular huHiue.sH men, came over hint Saturday ( veiling to attend the i nil v. l!d. McN'iel, the popular caMhier for Coiricnu, He Kinney A Company at Nc gauiiee, HH'iit a raide of duyw at the (Vyntal Palla mine the foie part of the week. W. P. Sanborn moved into the Plewcb bug bouse in Maple (irove during the week, Conductor Murphy taking pownea- nion of thi.' hiMise vacated by Mr. San born. The gentleman friends of the Met hod int church are planning to give a New ( )i lean Supper ThankHgiving night. It will le an eye-opener in the culinary art. Talk about turn! Our cajM'rt and jacketM are I be most attractive and lient valucM ever hhow n in the city. Conult um before buying. A. Iutfield. I'rank W. Cole left Thurnday evening for Detroit where he will nix'-nd a few wecka vinitirg with friendrt and relativcH in that put t of the ntufe. Prnent Muuna ban Imtii on the nick lint thin week, Ilia place with the Par kit Mercantile company lieing tilled by John Clanh. lvl. Itregger. Clint. Ihie, Ab- Perman and .Jan. P. Corcoran were Iron Kiver vinitorH -.hS, WedaeHday. Will .lolio came down from Amana Wednenday evening with the ollicial re turns from that ptecinct. 11. Perry left hint Satunhiy for Prcw cott, Atir.ona, where he Iioim-h to recover hia impaired health. The central telephone Htation wna moved Thursday into the Parks build ing. Th? Pirc Department will give a dance ut the opera house- Thipakfivlnj; cyt'Tl i"3. .M. J. Iindsay killed his jn t deer thirt week and will have it mounted. l. II. Webb made u bun'mcM trip to M-catiaba lat Thursday. STILL IN IT. TuesJay'a Elections Favorable to the Kt- publican l'arty. The elections hell throughout this country l,it Tuesday reulbs in ii toriesfor the Pcpuhlicun except in ti few minor cases, Tho ntatea of Nt-w Vork, Winconain, NtbraKka, Michigan and Iowa have been the principal centers of interest in the matter of fctato elec tions and they have all Urn won bythe Pepublicana by handsomu majorities. The vob-H of the states west of the Mirisissippi indicaU? that the eople of that hi vt ion are laeaking away from the free silver idea. In Minnesota, however, the fusion candidate for governor was elected, but the renowned champion of free silver, Cha Town-. wa defeated for congress. coNuitrs The Iiepubheans have g lined tenatora in Wisconsin, New York, New Jersey, Delaware and North Dakota. This in sures the control of the senate to the lte- puhlieans. There was a slight loss in the nuiulcr of Kcnublieau conreHsmrn from the eastern section but enough have lieen elected to give the Pepublicun a work- ingmajority of about twenty-five, which insures a support of the administration. Wisconsin and Michigan elect solid dele gations of Republicans to the lower house, which means a loss of two D-ino- crnts in congie.runen in this state. sTATK. The vote in the slate was very light compared with two years ago. Pingrce carried the state by a slightly reduced majority but, when the proportional vote is ligiircd in, lie about holds disown with his vote of two yearn ago. The li-gisluture stands as follows: Senate, 2'J IlcpiiblicaiiH, 'A Democrats; house, D.'J Republicans, 7 Democrats. This In- Hiires the election of a Republican sena tor, but whether llurrows or Pack Is not known at this writing. rONUttKHHlONAo. ('ailos D. Shclden is elected from this district by a majority of alsuit 10,000. There was no cutting of him by Stephen son men on account of the contest but, to the contrary, in the county of Menominee Mr. SheMen ran ahead of his ticket. Mr. Sh Idea's majority in this county was Ins, carrying every towu- ship except Stambaiath. Alexander Ma it land, the Republican candidal for state senator rtTeived t handsome majority In this county and carried his district in roikI hIihih? as did Sherman T. Handy, the candidate for representative. Mr. Handy'a majority will be close to :i,r00 in this district. COUNTY. The result of the vo'" upon tb county oHiceis shows, a situation that is decid edly mixrd. Prank W. Cole was ilo- feated for clerk by "a large majority and M. II. Moriarty and J. P. Corcoran are lieu lor treasurer. Aioriariy wan one ahead of Corcoran in the county outside of Atkinson and everyone was on the qui vive during the forenoon Wednesday to get the let urns from that township. They came, in time, showing that Corcoran had a majority there of one, which made the vote a tie in the county. There vviM l a recount. M. H. Waitc.the Republican candidate for sheriff, was elected by a handsomi majority, as was also Jackson for regis ter of deeds, Mrs. Plewelllng for court commissioner, Ira Jackson for surveyor and CasMr Alerle and Sturgeon for coroners. The light mi prosecuting at torney was a hot one. Abbott lnat I'lyer in this towu by but three majori ty while Hyera carried Iron Kiver by thirty-two. These renal In practically decided the election of Ilycrs and lattv return "how that bin majority m 87. 1I1K NKW OFKICH.I H. M. II. Waite, IIih successful candidate for Sheriff sneered himself in that olllee and is well known to the wo pie of the county as a careful aud ellicient olllcer. The clerk-elect i a new man to the xople as a county ollicial although ha i well known jH-rsonally throughout the county. Por the past four year he has In n a resident of Stambaugh township where he ha held the olllee of township clerk. We sincerely hojie and we con fidently expect that Mr. Wall will make the county a careful and capable a clerk as has the outgoing ofllcial, W.J. Ilrown. There Is ing a tie in the result of the vote for treasurer, we cannot, of course, intrixluee to our render the successful man but we will say that should the n count, which will be mado by the Isnird of canvassers, show a 'majority for cither man, we ran assure the eoplt' that the successful one will serve thq people well. Mr. Corcoran hn la id the office four years Is forp iwv) the fact tlwt he fame so near wiimixtf out last Tucs day i nulHcient evidence that he did the work well. Mr. Moriarty will do Just a well us Mr. Corcoran and will give the people a good, clean administration. . I. II. Jackson succeed himself a register, which fact is sulllcient of itself to vouch for hi efficiency. Mrs. Plewel ling is, we Itelieve, the first woman that has Uvn chosen by tho Ko()e of the county to 1111 any of the offices thereof and we extend her our congratulations, Casper Alierle, Rolert H. Sturgeon and Ira Jackson make up the hil.mce of the list. They are all good men and will give sat U tuition. Of course there nre disappointed ones there always must U? In nuch cases. There are broken promises and there art? petty treacheries that are hard to swallow, but the boys waged a fair light and deserve the approbation of the fteople for their manliness at least. Jut to cull the attention of the voters to a fact that may have escaped their notice, we wish to pmut out the utter fuUity of the prating of some cronic on the other utile of tin county who are continually raising tho cry that the eople of thin side are monopolizing the olllces. Mr. Aterl i the only east side man elected. Waite, Wall, Ira and Irving Jackson, Byersand Sturgeon are all from the other side of the county. The west skiers seem to be in it. THE IRON MARKET. The Cleveland Iron Trad Review's Ketumeof the Week la Iron Circlea. The record of iron ore shipment in the fall season of 1807, lsth by water and all-rail, vva passed in Octotwr, Official figures just received show a total wjiter shipment up to Nov. 1 of PJ.fllo,- rU tons. Last year tdo total to the same date waft 1 1,270,28:1 ton. Octo ber shipments thia year were l,ool,41o tons; last year, 1,102,712 tons. In Novemler last year the total was alsuit .)00,000 tons. Indication are that thi will not be equah-d in the. present month, and tat theie may be some thing less than PV-j millions for the total water movement of the season. Ore buying I at an end, beyond the few scattering lot for which consumers shop around at the last. It ha I teen a sharp hunt lately for anything in non IVsHemeiH ; furnacemeu who went after a few thousand ton of soft hematites endiil by taking what they could get in hard ores. The freight market i in a jumble. Pouts going to Dululh foi grain and finding themselves in for four or live days'Jelay have taken ore at what they could get. Thu from $1 the rate ha gone off to 70 ccn's, giving the anomaly of a heud-of-the-lake rav lem than Marquette or even Kscanaba, the latter two tteing Ihj and 7f cents respectively. John Dillon's New Play. "Ilai tlctCi Road to SelUerville," Mr. John Dillon' new play, 1 from the pen of Dai rcl Macklin and is in four acts. It tell an interesting story of contem poraneous life, and while the happeuinga are very exciting, they nre entirely prob able. It in not best to give the story in detail, e surprise in the development of a plot add to theauditor'senjoyment. The end of uncertainty is the death of interest. Hiram Jolly, a gentleman farmer, i blessed with a loveatue op timistic nature, and is called "Uncle Jolly" by all who kaow and love him. He i spoken of a "Jolly Uncle Jolly" localise of hi gtoi ion boyishness ami unfaily good humor. The age of sixty find him unmarried, why, the play explain. He bait brought up and educated the daughter of a widow friend, and loving each othei, they have become engaged. The play contain le? incident of their wedding day, which, niffico to say, are varied, exciting and humorous. Uncle Jolly's bride, a charming gill, her mother, a nephew and niece, an old friend, a young artit,iiu old ncrvitor, a keeper in a burnt 'r asylum, and an eccentric just Ice of the piece, ten charac ters in all aid in a sei ies of Itewildering ntul laughable incidents that make this an rntertaining dramatic comedy. Mr. Dillon and company wil' npirar in "Hurt let Ph Koad to KelUerville" at Crystal Pall on the evening of Novern- tier lo and it i wise to secure neat early. We ate assured hi manager ban surrounded him with attractive ami capable jx'ojile, 4 To California. Attention is culled to the excellent service of tho Nortli-vVesteru Line to California and the favorable rate which have Uteri made tor single and round trip tickets tor thi season's travel. Rest accommodation in flrst-clasa or tourist sleeping car, which run through every day in the year. Personally con- ducted tourist car parties every week to California and Oregon. Choice of a large number ofdiffercnt loutca without extra charge. Paiticular chceifu'ty given upM u plication to agent. Ctikaoo A Nwth Western K'y, or mvmiectiug Uuea. Lot A dark bay mare nlmut nix year old; weight about sixteen hundred pounds. U v Km h gone one month. Last rn on western location, ! indcr will lie Miiltably rewarded. V UTST.lI, FAt.lJt iirxn roMi'Anr . Lot.. A bglit re cow alsmt six yearn oM with white face. Pinder wkllberewurd.il br iwdif.ving M. iLW'aite, Crystal Pull, i-tiicuux.au. A COMPLETE STORE. HONEST PROFITS and HONEST GOODS. THE VERDICT OF OUR TRADE. EVERYTHING i Ok PARKS . , , MERCANTILE ' I COMPANY. TO EAT Just Received SOMETHING NEW AND NICE WHOLE SHREDDED WHEAT BISQUITS' ).., ( With now ivtid important directions for ' J r sorvin,'. ), A new line of COPPERS and TEAS added to our stock. We arc also in line with Oranges, Lemons, GROCERIES --Hay, l?wl of all oais.' ALL GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. Crystal Falls Provision Co. O'