Mortuary aVConlin PunuBiiF.ita.
rOBMUIKDKTEUY akTUKDAV AT
CKYITAaa4N.LLfl.IRON COUNTY, II It'll 10 AN
OFF'.CAL PAPER OF IRON COUNTY AND
CRYSTAL FALLS TOWNSHIP.
Ttrrai : 2.00 per year, In advance.
.SATURDAY. MAKCH 4.180U.
North-Western Time Tablo.
No "3a...10:05 a. in. daily except Sunday
No. 3l...12: Pvni. daily exceptKiH.d.ty
No. 8 3::ir.p.m. " "
No. 14...0:45 tt m l,mll-v on,y
No 7 .0:07 a.n..dilycxcopt Sunday.
Contain at Ht-r lor point went nnd
Rt 1'owtrK for p !xiU north and Hontl..
No. 31 ll:10a.m..dy except Sun
day. Connect" t Stager lor point-
between Stager and Wiiterameet.
So.M r:00 p.m.. daily except Sun-
. i... .mil nntntrt HOllth ol
tl ay lor ri,M,"" ""
No :U i:r.r, p. m., daily except Sun
day for A in
vit r,17 n.in..SundayK only fw
r.;.n.'b.i with connection at Power.
for point aouth.
Fouu pages have boon mid oil
to The Marino Iteview. Tin; Up
vlow is authority upon shipping
matt os in this county.
ISkuriex ccunty will havo a
candidate for governor uextyoar
in tho person of Auditor Gener
al Koseo D. Dix. Mr. Dix would
malio a most excollenl "govey'
Lansing dispatches say that
Chase S. Osborn has been offered
tho M)sition (C state railaoad
commissioner by Governor Pin
gree. If this report is true, tho
Governor has certainly rewarded
the right man. Mr. Osborn was
an ardent supporter of tho Gov
ernor and worked hard for his
nomination. He deserves tho pos
ition and will till it creditably.
a ii i st iro.v our.
Judge Claudius 1J. Grant was
renominated for justice of tho
Supreme court at Jackson last
Wednesday. He received 17
votes, ten more than was neces
sary to a choice. The two can
didates for regents of tho univer
sity, Eli H. Sutton and Col. H.
S. Dean were nominated by
Tho most important feature of
tho convention was the refusal
to endorse that clause of.tho state
platform of 1893 which declared
in favor of the Atkiuson bill.
In its place the following clause
was adopted ; "Wo indorse tho
administration of Governor
Pingreo and hereby aflirm our de
claration in favor of such laws
as will compel every dollar's
worth of taxablo property within
our state to bear its just, fair
and equal share of tho public
1 17.7. A pom:.
It is with great pleasure that
we note tho renomination of Ed,
L. Pannenter for tho ollice of
county commissioner of schools
for Dickinson county. During
the four years that wo have been
associated with Mr. Pannenter
In school work wo have como to
appreciate tho true unselfish in
terest which ho takes in the
work: his exceptional qualifica
tions as a scholar and a true gen
tleman and the upbuilding intlu
unco of Ids personality upon the
teachers under his supervision.
Tho Republicans of Dickinson
county have been alive to the in
terestw of their schools in re
nominating Mr. Pannenter
and the Republicans of the state
would be doiug what is for the
best interest of the schools of
this state should they, at tho next
state convention, choose Ed. L.
Pannenter as their next candi
date for State Supt. of Public
f&rtem pit! -l.v:-; tiWl))"-: A-Y
CttMl'M. Tit KM to iis;oii;i:.
Iu another column The Re
porter publishes a synopsis of
WHEN YOU WANT
the last meeting of tho county
board, At this meeting County
Treasurer Moriurty appeared be
foro tho board and called atten
tion to a practicewhich . wo bo
bievo has been carried on by
township treasurers in this coun
ty to a considerable extent. It
has been a frequent custom
for people to lind their property
advertised and sold for delin
quent taxes upon which they had
paid their taxes and held receipts
therefor. Instead of charging
such taxes back to tho treasurer
and compelling him or his bonds
men to mako them good, they
have been charged back to the
township in which tho land is lo-, ..... uraR IN MIND THAT WH ARE HEADQUARTERS
cated, thus virtually allowing
treasurers to rob taxpayers.
The board has acted wisely in in
structing tho prosecuting attor
ney to at once begin action a-
gainst such township treasurers
and compel them to liquidate a
little. This matter should have
been attended to long ago, and
tho county treasury would have
been considerably better olT,
Iron County Reporter.
HEAVY HARDWARE l
STOVES or RANGES
A Republican convention f.r the
Twenty-fifth Judicial circuit in hereby
t idied to meet at the court house, in the
city of Kncunaba, on Thurwlay, the iUh
day of March, 18J'.), at S o'clock p. m.,
to nominate u candidate for .Judu of
lly olden of the Judicial Committee.
(J.l Siinit, Chairman.
The following w the apportionment of
delegate to which the various countien
aie entitled, baMed upon the vote for
(iovernor at the general election for
Governor in Noveinlier, 1S'.S.
Maiquctte, Mich., February 1!0, IS'.)'.).
We had two callein thin week. The
drat one wan the towiiMhip treasurer,
lie brought hi tax roll along and in
formed un that, unlehH wo paid amount
appealing againft tir property upon
h'w roll, he would U- compelled to t tut
our hiiMiucMM. We paid. Whilt? he wn
making out our receipt wo glanced ovu
the roll. We failed to Mee thenon the
n ime of Montgomery Ward &('o., S aiM,
Roebuck tr any other of tho.-te city
cheap ntoren. Wo lid find there the
name of every local Mtore-keeper nud
their taxes were all marked "paid".
Chicago cheap htoii-H pay nothing to
ward keeping up tho town, nothing
towiiiilM mnking our roadn, nothing for
our hidewalkn, all of uliirh aie built by
the home merchants for your benefit,
but they do get your trade and they get
it when you could get the Fame article
from tho home merchant at ns low or
lower cost than you paid them. Our
Mtori'M carry im lino htuckn um can be
found in any city of twice our ni.e. Our
merchants uie alwyn w illing locompete
with any outMide concern if you will givo
them u chance. .IiiMt take voiircitalog
or your order lint to n local merchant
when you want to order from outni.le.
Tell him that you want him to make you
prices that will compete with Chicago
cheap htore prices and c it wc are not
telling you the truth.
The other caller was n minister of one
of our churches. lie was asking u little
donation to help wio out a church
debt. Again we scanned the list and
again we found every local business man
represented but noted the entire absence
of tho cheap store. In two dajs he
raised the ?200.00 required. Yet many
members of his congregation who enjov
tho benefit of our hiHine.-smcu's gen
erosity will forget nil about it when they
want to make purchases. Thci-e aie but
two of tlie many reasons why we howl.l
trade at horn-, other things In ing t ipi.ih
Home lirt, others uffciwatd shouM l
fuir motto, (iive our home meichatitn i
u chance. The money voti mjm imI nt l
home sta s at hme and a vi at de.il o
it comes back to you again.
Aircnt for tlic
" S U N L 1 G H
Acytelino (Jas Plant.
Crystal Falls Hardware Co.,
R. B. WEBB, Manager.
Stiitc of MU lik m, oi!l'o of tin S.Ttvtary cif
li.iilnu'. .Tiimeiry MO, ls;'.,
Ti the Slu-rifl f t lie I'oimty of Iron.
Hr--Yii ii ro liercliy iintllii-l tliut at tlu' (5.-H-cnil
ICIt'ctlon to lit lu-iil in l lux Stat". n t he
llrKt MnmUy of April nuxt, tho lollowinu
oHiirrH nri to le elwtfil, viz:
A JiMtlf-e of tli" SupiviiH !nirt In jilaee f
cUmlm II. (iritnt. lioo tt rtn of olll exiln'H
l ci-inLer ."1 1 , 1 K'.in : uNo two K)-.'ihm ol the
I invtixiVy of MU:liiitu. iu pliue of Ivtvr N.
rook an. I F.ll It. Sutton, wliow trruiH f ofliit
expire )Hviiilt-r Ml , ISU'.I.
A No. a Circuit .Twin- for the Twit y-fHt h
.Tii'llcliil ( Ireuit, In wnleli your coiiutv Ik at-taclu-il,
in plate of John V. Stone, whn. ti rm
tif ollli will expln pfffiuUT : I . ISO!!.
In rrsriMoxY Wiikuhok. 1 havt lifn-nuto ml
tny liaiel, ami allixeil the oivat St-ul of tin
Ktatt ol M u hiniiii. at LaiiHlng, the tUy itutt
year firct Hbovu written.
J, 8. STEAHNH.
mi;ai. Secretary of St ate.
STATU OF MlCIIUiAN.J
COL' NT V OK IHOX. J
fryntal FalU. Fi'liniarj- S. 1H!KI.
To t la towtiMliip elt-rkK in tht several towiiMliips
of Kiii'i county :
Vou are hereby notified that the general
el.ttli n nieilt lotiel In the foreuoini notice Mll
he hel'l In Hahl fount v of Iron for tin purpose
therein net forth on the llit Motility of April
next, 1 S ; l '. , ami that the I 1 1 w o i K county
olliivrs are then to Ih elex'teil. vi;
A Count y Commissioner of School In lai of
Thoman Coiilln, mIiom term of ollice expire
July I, isnii; also it ouuty lioml Commls
Hiom r in ihwe of Jacob ltauer, uliostt term f
ollice expires May I, IStMl.
Olvon umK r my liaud the ilay anil year l'irt
above written. Maiuvii.i.k li. Waitk,
Sherin of Iron i'ouuty.
To the electors of tho village of Crys
tal Talis, coenty of Iron, state of Michi
gan: Not ice is hereby given that ii meeting
of the Ihiaril of RigMtratiru of the
village above named, will Imlicld nt the
Village Clerk's odice in said village, on
Saturday. March I lth, A. I. IN'.)'.), for
the purpose of registering the names of
all such htsoii who shall Ik possesrel
of the tn'cessary qualilicatioiu of ehe
ttirs, and who may apply for that pur
pose; ami that saitl Hoard of Registra
tion will e iu scsh'iou on the d&v and nt
the place aforesaid from tl oVIcck in the
forenoon tint il o o'clock in the after
noon, for the purpose aforesaid.
Dated this 2."th day of Feb. A. 0. IS.)'.).
Uy order of tho Village Hoard of
R. K. McDonkm.. Clerk.
I will give inusio lesMonsi on piano,
violin, or any 'band IiikIi uniNiit at
cents ht hour. For further particulars
call on Victor 1-YadiliU ut Matt llutja's
Notice or VllInRo Eloctlon.
Notice m hereby given, that the villary
clirtioti t the village? of Crystal Fall-,
County of Iron, Stale of Michigiui, will
Is? hr ll at the Town Kail, in said village
on Monthly, March i:t, A. I. .SM, at
which t inii' 1 In follow ing olH l is are lo
Im elecletl, viz:
One president; one cleik; one treas
lilt i; In iiv tru."lees,l: ears; one asu-s t
Tlie polls of said il.ctitoi will b
opened at 7 o'clock a. in. ami will it
main ojwn until ft o'clock of said day o'
Ry order of the Village board of e'er
R. I'.. M( lOSr:t.U
Clel k of s.iiil ill Ige
Dated this 'J.'th day of Fehru.iry, A
Flrnt publication December 10, IHilM; last
March 1. is-.e.l.
When-as. tlefault lias been ma le In the pay
ment of tht money heeureil by a mortK.iue
il.iteil PeceilllNT llrsl. I Slia. exeutetl by
Moloiaou Thoulu of Crystal KalU, Michigan, to
Mary A. t loo Is of Lake Mills. WlHeonnin, which
nahl morti!aii was reeortled In the otliee of the
Iteulster if Deeils ol the County of I run, iu
Libera of Mortgages, on pages 2l:j ami 'JH.l, on
the 1st day ot lieceiuber, A. P. IH'.i.l, at two
o'clock p. in .
Ami wherean.th.e amount Claimed to be due
on H.tid moitgage at the date, ol this notice I
the sum of seven hundred and one and ."o pel
dollars of principal ami interest . toget her with
the Mini ol tweuty-Mx and li.' loo dollar paid
for insurance according to the terms of said
mortgage, also, an attorney fee of fifty 1- liars
provided for In said mortgage and no suit or
proceedings at law having been instituted to
recover the moneys secured by said mortgage
or any part thereol. whereby the power of sale
contained In said uiorttfage lias become oper
ative. Now, therefore. notice in hereby given, tliAt
by virtue of the said power of sale, and In pur
suance of tho t at lite, in such ease made and
nrovidod. thi s.tltl mortgage will be foreclosed
lv a sale of the premises therein described, nt
public auction, to the highest bidder, at the
Irout ilor of the court botfe In the village of
Crystal Falls, Iron County, .Michigan, that
lielng the phu e w here t he circuit court lor Iron
( ount v Is holdeii. on t he st n nay ol March. A
I). Ihie.l, at ten o'clock in t he forenoon of that
day : w hich said premises are described iu said
mortgage as follows, tow it : I.ot numbered
ninety six (!',) of the original plat of the vlllaga
of Crystal Falls, Iron County. Michigan.
Pated December ath, 1K1S.
M AtlY A. Cong,
Hiiekma T. Handy, Mortgagee
Attorney for Mortgagee.
limX UEHNTOXX III ITS?
prcdoeen tho tJxyvn rcalt In' 30 dnyi. It teti
powerfully tid quietly. Cures when ill oiberaftll.
yoanjmtawiUretaiu tbir lot Baoubood.aodoiiJ
num will rorovcr tin Ir youtbful vigor br uiltm
lti:riVO. It oulrkly and nurelr restored NetTOut
oena, Ixit Vitality, Irrpotenry, Mlghtly ICraUslonn.
LontIawr, Failing Memory. Wasting I'iHec:i. and
all (itTect of eelf atmeo or eirei sand Indiarn tlo.i.
wLlcb uaStonfor tU(y.biKifiemorbiim8. It
not only currt by nUrtlrg at t b neit of 1ieo. but
laaireat nerr tonla and Mood bnildrr, t rlnr
Inc back tb fdok iclnw to takle chtxka ard ra
aorinjr tlx (Ire of yonth. It wards oft Jminltj
and Coniumptl., Inmr t on Lavlr.g Ki:VI O, no
other. It can t car-iod in vest ixn ket. Py rnatl
IC1U)0 Der r-iilrio'-.f)!' l forM4.no. with m nmtl
ftlr vrlttrn KiLirnnfM to ran or rauand
tnemenrr. Circular rre. AJdrra
-a fo le(irNrn Ft.
VU. CHICAUO, LIU
For sale liy J. C. Wilkinson tV (.'.
J. C. WILKINSON
A 'Complete lint? of
Drugs, Medicine, lite.
Stntloncry and School
GEPJD -OWE DOP-sLAR v-
f.ill lr irflrfft V. tt' tll'I.H .Kinm"'""" - " 'I.UOI UK I1U II U HII I IV
M' O. IU AW tlOtl.iNt 1Uf HIMf r..u er perlH-ttjr v-lstory mni th tiXARUaaT HAHMAlA VIJ NlU
ur:i ok iiraru or,
tb railroad gnt
ACME VUECN. oDliriOVa MAKE,)
BUILT IN OUR OWN FACTORY IN CHICAGO,
on hotter from tl l-.t tntlnUI nioorr rsn uy. Vtlillt In
our rre liugry Otttalogao h. Top UuRgia mad by
tUir maker M S2I.50, 78.7S and 34.79 !! atari
Minn li. gj that ai .i,i liy in, ,n,,y Ucaln.. at ItMHi to
;.t0 a-il arc Iwlmrwl tely .Iitrtl.J ,tr many at 00 lol' uti.
OUR ACME QUEEN AT S99.00 the niD.t
womieirul valuo avar offered. Tlt I tot Kb r rum k'U
VlOItUOS TW Hist III M.V IHAt ( Al Ilk HI ILT. W ioalaUlit
our own Ht, atorr bugrr factory for the
firp"' " wuii'iina-antl nrlllng a NKTTFft Pli.UI
lNAink CAB Mi l kLMKWHIKK a4 la Atk Ol
ttaioaika imiricii gti s moiiT.
Cvry BuRfty Wo Mfiko Is Cuariintoed
Fiv Years and Ttiey win out wear Fiva
Ordinary Factory Rica,
THE MATIIIAUNO IAI0I IN OUI ACMI ClTfH
coat aw. Ibaa aM that In tli uiilinuiy uy
buggy. Wa Hi a . eu.hioit tlutli. mut u.a
Oceuti wuoall.iOliad liuliig,oiiiuiu'-ni:
a liiaia ! leatlirr, nin ue irui, ruM l
rlorainl ariiisli. nn. ue ibecnt atitlll Ml VVI
PAV Al.MO.iT DOUM.K tl.a i.iiciii,..t makfra
jy ir t wrri rprimf, u m ,m4 k(4( i
.nif WOtt llil WT. Our l.e-l t ,... i
bodteaar V'r Hubl.4 4 tu .tfll nt UWla I t ilii OUR ACME QUEEN. 4 "-' Urttbr., Wf .ta.
S35.OJBARfel.YCOvF.nS COST ''. i I ana uoor. iainit u ma tiiaiiet wit.nt tn.ci..l la,
hut w i l)iu:aiii;f ? tu irf!,! it it t v an l t it iTerli our tu KT fartory wa am niin to n 1.1 HAM vi
M..h, i tea 1 1 t a. V 9 sr.ow 70 l,,oi mv iroiitca 70 buggia will wtti.ly u, aJrtU uatnn ln.r
i,J l.-tl.l io U.a I.AJ '!.. j. tit'uOY J(Hi-.t : .orJiK THK WOULD.
THE ACh'ii OUhEN l..itil in i. . liark. clollt tr Iratlifr trnuuirj. ami aprlmrn, Ltiffa.l
.atlirr iiiiattrr t. ii, . 11 I ,.i rl tit. . i in inf I . lnek . Itr a.ra i km, kb- !! ( r-i,
'toiiy.-.'o a iiiilte . Xo 1 Mtt mt pui.-nr , v v I i mi In rl. k'i'4 I" la mil, toUy black, real Uai k grrrn .tl
vary owi. I if t iini .i'if nli-i-j wati uili. H an.t La-U rurtl". I't rtonit aiuun ami ami mil i
i l kvrt l t. WkTrt. at Mki;n, i,r.-l i- o tf uli.ft. .I attr. kll.fcV K kit. Ita 4t I'UI llta ana la, rrcigbl
lU'.'-'a Hi.., 4.IM liKI m r.. J. ;it HO biiim. at. til ml'.rt. .U l.tiOO lallrt, N.tHI.
Ctralf i a I r"kl I O ltll yor l.rdrr. K ! AHAMIKM Ik ftri U Hrk taa hafrly a II. I '
s LKt V 1 U. k,.f n n atiafn tory, r ti railruad aaeut balunr. 4.lti ui
lhlri-., (.inn wii- .n ik'Ojiiiit a.nl inegiiit a l I fturn liii. at our ii.rin-a ami will rHurn ymirl i.
DON'T 3UV A CII HAT FACTORY ntf"OV no ( t almt I lly by all Mai-liimry lrli,
antt i'auioir.ie iiu BUY TH '"iFtT ByCOV MONEY CAN (JUILD, itiratt Xrjia tint Uuk,r
attliaLOWXHT IT.ICK l.VKIl K!lO.VN. CKDUtt TO DA Y. liQtCl DKLA V ,
WRIVC F0 OUrt FRES BUCCV, CARRIAGE AND HARNESS CATALOCUC.
Ada... SEARS, ROCCUCiC Si CO. (Inc.). CHICAGO. ILL.
VrvKAA4 60 YEARS'
.V TV CXPEniCNCE
An?nneni1liiir aakelch and rteaeriiKlon mar
qtilokly aaoorlalii our oiiimoii freo wiinbr an
InveuOon ) pruhnl.ly mleiitatl. ('imiiiiutileit.
tlonatrlcliyeinflOentlnl. 1 land tKKik tin Tatenta
ent I rte. Olileat airenry fur aetmriutf iiatem.
I'ltient taken through Munn A t o. recelft
$pf(UU ntUt, without ctiaryo, la tlx
Ternia, f I
A handanmelr lllnatralett wnkly.
i1,.ii,.ii ,,t a..l.l Ifln l,Mirnl
fart Tuiir nitinttia, L oom oyan newivatr.
MUHfl & Co.8,B ' Hew York
Brancu Ofllce, t3& V BU Yaablugtoii. 1). C.
$130 PER DAY HOUSE
on tho Kanre.
Situnti'il noar tho Colcbratotl
jIlncral Spring: and
Ucst Accoramodkillons' (luaraolrcd.
BE URE AMD EE
OUR FINE LINC OF s
Uhdroo.m Suits, Ciiildphn's Hhds
. . ALSO AN CLCGANT LINE 0.r . .
Combination Hook Casus, Library
Cashs, Ladies Writing Desks,
lxtension and i'arlor tables.
Wli MAKli IHl: PRICli RIGHT.
l, a, HEirny.
LEISEN & HENES BREWING
b (tlu 01
OnrUoand holtlo horn jiopular whi-rovor tried. Our'
"NuornhcrM" nvor liftoon innnth-t h and proscrihod hv
jihvfcipians as a Hoallh Tonic. Our now "Silvor HrancT'
is fast Kmning popularity -as a family drink. Try a case.
JACOB BAUER, Ajrent
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