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"The Diamond Drill.
MOKIAItTY A CONLIN. I'l'IlLIHIEHB. ri'HM.HK; KVf-ltV H KO.V AT CBVTAL FALLS. IKON t'dl'.N I"Y. M I( 11 ti A ! OrTlCIAL PAPER O" IRON COUNTY, CRYSTAL FALLS TOWNSHIP AND CITY OF CRYSTAL FALLS. Tn-ui-i: 8-. 00 jm r your, in advnin -SA'l t'UKAY, NKlTKMl'.r.li M. i:i:a ri:o it v a ri:ii.(; issvi;. (From tin' Jrtiii Trade llevirw.) It in plain that a tir.t ffoi t will bt made nt the next Mfnion of conjur to reverse the action of the senate ol the hint coiigresH on reciprosity t lew ties. Particular l.v will tlie French treaty come up for new consideration; and it can le said on high authority that 1'ie-iiN nt McKinlev'H messatf in Ieceinler will Im more pronounced than any utteiante that hits yet come fi mil him, in favor of the modification of our tai iff L.v tmaii of special treaties. Next to the ques tion that our detached pi imuvmoiis have prtsM'd upon the president and hi ad visoih nothing has had moie ain-l consideration from the mlministiatiou in the past few montLn th.in Aiia ikan trade inteitsts abroad, a I the Ut methods of extending them. '1 he pn sjdetit has betu ch.l I g d will it. consistency, and with shifting fiom the pronounced I'roteetinii position which is chit ll.y I espoiiMhle fi t In political ad vanceuicnt, to a petition which puts him in a nieasui e in luconl with timet' whose tariff policy he ha ll lw ays opp( i,ed. The tmsner stems tw lie in tffect that new conditions in trade teach new duties and suggest new methods, and that the protective policy itself may well be modified in the face of liew developments, just as the schedules are subject to revision from time to time hh industrial and economic changes warrant. We have not shared the belief of many that our protictive tariff is responsible for the agitation in Europe of an anti American trade combination. (beat llriti.in and the Continental powtis know that in the case of many of our leading products the tariff in not the thing that rtow prevents their entrance to the markets of the United States. If rrejwere told thtt there was strong foieigu hostility to our protective tariff because it had built up vigorous indus tries that under strenuous competition at home had learned to turn out excep tionally good products at steadily loweiinc costs, we might appreciate the logic of the position. We are persuaded, however, that the European agitation iigaiust the extension of our export trade is not due to what has been achieved in the upbuilding of our indus trits by the help of our tariff, but to the fact that our manufacturers have sayed to enter Europe and to become competitors: in oilier market in which European manufacturers had not been criouhly disturbed by American com ix tition until very recent yearn. There is little sentiment in trade be tween nations. The tact that her ports are open to our products, while we lm Kse a tariff on practicallv all that comes from her shops and factories has not prevented (ireat I'ritian from buy ins in this market and steadily increas ing her bills for American commodities. Hon. O. P. Austin, chic! ol the Treasury IJureau ot Statistics, practically illus trates the point in a recent article in which he refers to the protests against the Iingley bill sent to congress by thirteen nations when the bill was under consideration in 1897. These protests were unheeded. Yet he points out that these thirteen of the strongest nations of the win hi, the capitals of the most of them within a day's ride of each other, not only did not inter into a trade com bination against the United States, but every one of thtm has enormously in crensfd its imports fioni the United States sind J1S'.7. It is ijrnd that European nation must look to the Unitid Statin for a fonndt -rable ehare of la r supplies of im portant commodities. As the largest producer of illuminating oil, of cotton and of breadstuff, the United State cannot Ik1 ignored, and European con sumers would not tolerate duties that would advance the prices of these com modities. Germany is just now hearing the protrttof her farming and indus trial classes njaioft the proposed in crease in tariff on mnny important im port!. Tut it.Jia on ptoducts for which the prescriptions 13 Should be compounded by a competent pliar maciM. ihd pure Drugs Should bo used. Wo carry none but the iure.t of drujrs and our jrocritions are put up correctly. Our Prices are Right. Yet for b ,r or for worse the re ciprocity pri'e amis plainly ahead ot us. And there is no denying that the pre feicntial prices made on American pro ducts sent abroad have had more to do than anything else in ci eating the feel iiij that many of the protective ft-a-tuiiMofone taiiff ate superannuated. In other words the sacrifices our man ufacturers have made to get n foothold in the markets of th' world aie to be made the occasion for taking away protection not needed in ordinary timr. but justified by the good they will do in th unusual condition that may iuit, of low prices and d predion abroad ami prosperity aral home. Whether there can be such reciprocity as President Search describes, under which "we can Sheriff's Sale. First publication August 17; Ut Perd. 23. Nolle U beirbv given, ttmt by virtue of a w rit of fieri f.teU. lMird oat ot tin Circuit t'oiirt tor the County of Iron and Mute of MU h'u.iri. la favor of WillUin iSerS'-r. iualut the lii''1,t onl eliuMt-ift Hint rral rMte of 1. mum V. lloikiti. in mid county lo hie illr-t.-d nd deliv.-r.-d. ) i. . on tin ifotb day or June, l!it , levy upon hikI t:ke nil t ti rikilit, title stnl iutTrt of the h.n l Kiimm V. Il.klii, in and to the following dt-M-rihed real entMte, that W to ay: The imrtli-a-t quarter N. K. ol J he north wt (N. V. ',i. the -outli lot If ( S. i.,) of t he tiorth-tet ijiiarter i N. V. ',1 mi. I the oontii-weot iitmrter (S. W. ',) of the north f.it uarter . ;4) ail of xeetloii ttuve hSo. the lioith h tlf (N. '.,i of tli.j north- r.t 't'iirti'r i.N. I:. t) . t:ie Mutli-e-t iu.rter, (. YV. ol the nortli eat ija.irter ( N. f.. i Hii.l the !nitiit-at tiHrter i.N. K.', jot the iicath wot quarter (N. W. ',t ..f ectiai thirty three oi.il. al-o. the e,it i:u!t ( K. I of t lie "ith-w.t ii'iart.-r V. I hikI tlie .'.t hall , (W. 'j tf tl.e fo'itli e.t i.i.irter ! S. K. t of ! ft-ifion eVveM (11). nil in tov iifthip forty-live , ( l.'i north of rantie thlity-ix (a) t, Iron t'l'iinty. Mit-hiiirtii. The in. nli e..-t .iiiirter (N. K V "1 the north i ritt li.4-ter N. K. ',1 of fe tiuli lte. !i i ti of I tonhtp forty four ill) north of taiife thirtv- live o"i"Si wet, Iron I'.niiity. Miehnjan. ! The K.nitli etint .plarter (S. K. of the Mjlith- ' Me-t .jll.trler (S. V. '.) Of xection fiftfll ll.'.l I Kiel tl.e north t i'iarter K. of I he I north-ut oiiarti r ( N. YV. '. ) .f .ei-t I. hi t went v- ' yieM much that will be of value to two Ci2). ali in -ahl township forty four i i ) i I north of raiie thirl y-live i.'l. i et. I others without causing loss or injury to our own interests," is much to he ques tioned. Tin: indebtedness of L. K. Johnson to J. C. Willvin-son, City DruKsTist United Stat t has not been s conspic uous it fonice of supply that thejneed of eiilnigirig our markets through reel pi ocit treaties is par tieul rly urgel. Heie tiie clashing c f home interests will inn ke agrei merit a rnatter of extreme difficulty. A con-intent system of pro tt t tion that Im.vs duties on home pro tint ts and admits cer tain raw materials mid such products of other countries iin are not attempted here, has Is-en built up on lines that are fairly well estab lished. When the making of special tieaties begins and the policy of bat ter- in- favors is substituted, the door is opened to an endless conflict of interests in the scramble for special advantanes. Agricultural machinery manufacturers who object to the countervailing duties on i'ussian sugar come in competition with American uga i producers and beet sugar raisers who ngard our increased importation of Kus.-iau sugar as a menace. Yet against all that is to be Mtiil of the dangcis of frittering away our protective tariff in special reci procity treaties there is the growing and and insistent demand of manufacturers that reciprocity treaties be entered into. President Search of the National As sociatiou of Manufacture said in his ad dress at the Detroit convention In June: "The continuance anil further exten sion of our magnificent export trade in manufactured products depends more upon our willingness to barter privileges with our foreign customers than upon miiy influence that we can discern at the present time. We can yield much that will I of value to others without caus ing loss or injury to our interests. If we are not willing anil able to adopt such a policy we must expect not only the loss of privileges we now enjoy, but also open retaliation as a punishment for our selfishness. That the sentiment in favor of re ciprocity has grown rapidly among our manufacturers was the most noteworthy development of the Detroit convention. As if to emphasize in the strongest way the towering importance of this ques tion among all the questions this as sociation handled, the Detroit conven tion decided to call a special reciprocity conference of manufacturers and it is in session this week in Philadelphia. That it will urge upon the Senate the ratifica tion of the reciprocity treaty with France is (entirely likely, and this may t considered as only the beginning of a program which will have the endorse ment of the President in his December message. l!eyond question there are duties in the Dingley law that might be abolished without hardship to our manufacturers. Some of them were kept there not so much lafue manufaciurers urged them as because their retention was considered safer than their elimination. II the icduetiou or entire abrogation of these in the case of nation granting special preference to American products will anser the demands of the cae, the problem would not be a difficult one. Nor is reciprocity of the original sort objectionable, where free entry is given to products that do not compete with our own. Hut where one set of man ufacturers asks that its partieula in terest le furthered by bartering away the protection of products of other manufacturers, the door is opened upon ' complications wbote end is tot enj to se. The wet half (YV. of thenortli eHt quarter (N. K. ',) of section nine i!i) of tonhi forty f.Mir (111 north of ranue thirty six (;tti) vw-ft, lroti County. Michigan. The north half i.S. '.,1 of t he soiit h it ijiiar-fit- (-. V. of eeti..n twenty-live ,.T,). the north fiiv' .jiiarter N. 1-1. ol the ttontleue-t flatter S. YV. ', . t he H.nit h half S. 'y ) or t he c..tttli r-f nuarter IS. YV. '. an.l t he sont h- tlie mIiooI li-ti iet Inis bei n iii.l w i t li u,,,! ll,' 1 ,,,r i s W. 1 t.f t he m ,nt li eat .(n.irt. r s. K. ',1 ot M'-t ion twelve 1 of toun-hij fo) E D D I R 6! Wo have just received a carload of bedding Mattresses, Pillows, Quilts, Etc. - and vo intend to dispose of them as quickly as passible at the very low est prices. If you are looking for bargains do not fail to call. inten ft and the w i.-dom of the board of education in making the at i angi merits that whs made two yeais ago is now uckno" ledged. There whs considerable opposi tion' to the move at the time, the same as there has been to other moves in which the public is interested, prin cipally by p-ople who did not 'inquire far enough into the facts to get an un biased opii'ioii. In hut, it will b fotind that nine times out of ten when a body of person delegated t wor k for the public makes a more which has been can fully considered there is wisdom in the move. Ten times out of ten the move i t opposed by persons w ho let bias, ignorance or predjudice run away with their judgment. These same people must afterwards acknowledge that they were wrong but they gather no wisdom therefrom and assail the next measure just as blindly and as unjustly us the first. There is wisdom in everything and it behooves us to get a clear understanding of the facts in the case before condemning a move. Tin: attack upon President McKinley has brought forceably to the minds of the American people the necessity of more stringent laws to protect tie- lives of our presidents. Under present con ditions nothing severer than a ten years sentence can be pronounced upon the .would be assassin. An attack upon the life of the president of the United State is no greater offen-e under the law, than an attack upon any other individ ual. QSuch ought not to be the case. True, the life of one man is as sweet to him as that of another is to its owner but in the case of a president of the Uuited states there are so many condi tions that might be brought about by his murder in which the welfare of mil lions of people is intertwined that his death becomes of vital importance to each and every one of us. Au attempt at or the assassination of the president of the United States should be made a treasonable offense punishable with death. That would cure the cranks anil notriety seekers of their desire to bri themselves into prominence in this way forty -l. x Hi north ol rai.ue that y-lx :i Nt-M. J l oll I OIUII V. .MU h'.kMIl. The ue-.t half W. ', of the ea-t half . ', of section twenty five '-'.. of town -hip forty three ,' -4 i I north of ranue thiity flve :!.") ut, Iron -County. Mi.-hitf.in. ! " All of whii h -iii.l above iKscril e.f property I shall expose for sale at piihlie auetion or ven.p.ie. to the Inuhesl bhhler. at the front .loor ol the Court llon-e. in the 'ity of Crystal Ka!K til sai'l OmiiiI y, that being the plare of hohltng the Circuit I ourt for t he sakl otint y ol Iron, on the seventh lay of October, r.nil, at eleven o'clock In the forenoon of r,t o t ilay. Pate.l August I t!i. lio. 1IKI1M IV llol.MI.. Sheriff of Iron Count y, Michigan. K. A. Yooin Aim. Atfoi la-y lor plaintiff. Ilesji U nee : lr.ui Mountain. Mii-higaii. m A. Henry. M -.: kB ni. I 1111(1 IMI. H.M.M 1MI MUM (UJIIXI.lt. U.M. "( M HARDWARE, STOVES, AND RANGES, M Anaiichy must go. Such is the ver dict of the American people. It takes a long time to arouse the American people to action in matters wherein free speech or thought is to be curtailed but when once aroused there is no rest until the end is accomplished. The attack on the life of President McKinley is akin to tho opening gun on Fort Sumpter. The boom of that gun awoke the people of the North to the fact that the jwh of secession had opened to swallow the country that their forefathers had established as a haven foi the oppressed and liberty-lovjng of all countries and climes. Likewise the crack of Czolosz' revolver has awakened the jsople to the threatening dangt r of anarchy drag ging its snakey form across society and striking its far.gs at the lives of the people. Thus, while tlie attack upon President McKinley wn an act that we f 1 1 disgraced us as a nation it has its ridi'ifnitig feature, that of arousing the people of the nation to purge the country of the detestible agency that brought it about. Working Mlit and Riy. The busiest and mightiest little thing' th.it ever was trade is J)r. King's New I Life I'ills.. Tin e pills- chang" weakne-s' into strength, ht les-ucss into energy,)' brain-fag into Mieutal powt i . They're' wonderful in building up tin health. Only L'.'.c per b-). Sold bv .!.'. Wilkin-1 sot). ; Notice. Kirt publication Auk. 17; last Sept. '.M. To Wm. S. i it a Hi : Take not lee that sale ha been lawfully imole of the following Ies ribe. laml for uiipanl taxes thereon, ami that the unlersiwnel lias title thereto muler tax tleeil ssuel therefor, alet that you are entitle.! to a reeonveyanee there o, at any time m it bin ix inontln after servlee upon you of this notice, upon payment to tho uiileriiine'l of all uin panl ujon sneh fair chase, together with one tinn.lre.l per cent aiblitional thereto, an. I t he fees of the sheriff for the service or eot of publication of tt,i) notice, to be compute.! as upon personal ser vice ol a iletiarat l n as commencement of Milt, ami t he further sum of live dollars for each ties ciiption. w.tliout other a.Mnlonnl costs or eh. true? If pavluelit as atoresai.l Is not made the tin. it r-iume.j will institute proceclinus for possession of the laml. Ii:h( itirnoN : Lot fifty-three Mapie Orove I. ami ami I inproveiaent ( onipanv's, I , i i , i i . . I . First A.l'iltion, Yillaee cf Crystal Falls, a. cor I iir.' to the plat thereof. Tax ma is:i7. Amoc.nt iaii s.'.'.'s. toiiv Kammkiii'.ii. by i 'has. II. Watson. Place of P.tisiness: InsAtty. crystal Falls. Michliiiui. V. o. Mo?; Tl. A Nivrlit of Terror. 'Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Hurnharn of Much ias, Me., when the doctors said she would die from pneumonia before morn ing" writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln, 4vho at tended her that feai fu! night, but she begged for lr. King's New Iicovery, which hail more than once saved her life, and cured her of Consumption. After Hiking, she slept all night. Fur ther use entirely cured her''. This marvel loirs medicine i- guaranteed to cure all Throat, Chest and Lung Diseases. Only ."Oe aud?1.00. Trial bottles free at J. C. Wilkinson's drug store. I, In tho City Probate Notice. Kirt publication Ann. ; hist. Sept. IM. STATU OF MlCUHiAN.I M. ( oi sty or IllOM. At session of tfm I'rohute Court for nald County, hehl t the Probata ofllce, In the City of Crystal Falls on the iMth day of August, In the year one thousand nine hunore.l and one. I'KKiKMT, Hon. A. L. FlewellltiK, Judkre of Probate. In thk Mattkk or tMK Kstate or (jrosirri (i EMM ISA. On readlntt and fllliiK the petition, duly veri fied, of Samuel liendosa. id said county, repre sentliiK amoiiK other thiiiKs that (iiosippl Oemlosa. an Inhabitant of Mansfield, said county, resldinK at t he township of Mansfield on the until day of July, A. lb IDOl. at Mann field, died Intestate, leaving estate to be admin littered ; That the petitioner f a creditor of nald de ceaned, ami praying that administration of ald estate be knotted to raid Samuel Oendosa. Thereupon It Is ordered, that Wednesday, the 2." tii day of September uext. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, be assigned tor the hearing ol paid petition, and that the helm at l iw of nald deceased, and all other eronn Interested In nald estate, are required to apear at a session of ald Court, then to be holdeu in the Probate office, In the city ot Crystal Fall ami ihnw caue, if any there le, why the prayer of the 1etltloner shouht not be granted: And It In urtlter Onlered, that said st it loner (live notice to tiie jrsons interested in said estate, of the peml-ncy of said petition, and the hear lua theref. by causing it copy of this order to be pllMlsljeiJ In I MK I'lAMoND I It 1 1 . 1 . . a Hews- pn per printed and circulated In said County. thref successive 4eeks previous to said day id hearing. sr:i. ) At hi nr I,. Fl i.i i.i ixi, J udg; of Probate, SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS. Pipes, Pump-Packing, Tools, Fittings. HEAVY and SHELF TT A-PTVU7A-PT? LU R. . WEDEJ, Mgr. M M n THE HOME GOLD CURE. An Incenious Treatment by which Drunkards are Hein; Cured Daily in Spite of Themelve. No Noxious Dosei. No Weakeninc of the Nerve. A Pleasant and Poaitive Cure for the Liquor Habit. It is now jjenerall.v known ami under Btood that I'r unkc riifH it a iliseao ami not wenknen. A laxly tilled with poison, and riervi-H completely thattfred by periodical or constant uhp of intoxicat inn litpiora, requires an antidote capahle of rifut i Jili.'nm and eradicating Uu poiaon, anil destro ini: tho craving for intoxicuntM. Sufferers may now cure tlieuifelvca at home without publicity or loss of time from business by thri wonderful "Iln.MK t'oi.n t.VliK" which litia been pel fected after many year of clone t t inly and treatment of inebriatea. The fiiithfull line iiccordini; to iliiectioria of this woiiderfull iliacovery is poaitively V'uaranti ed to cure the moat obatinate cane, no matter how hard a drinker. Our records how the marvelous trans formation f thousands of J'runkards into fober, indiistroouM and upright men. WlVKH C't'ltK Yot It Ik'HUANDK.'l ClIlLlK mtKN CiritK Vot n FathkhhM Thirt rem edy is in no aeuse a. nostrum but is a HfH'cific for this iliscnae only, and is no akillfully devined and prepared that it in thoroughly noluble and pleaaant to the taate, so that it can le given in a cup ot tea or coffee without the knowledge of tlie person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured thcmeiclvcs with this priceless remedy, and as many more have Ixcn cured and made temperate men by having the Cl'lit" administered by loving friends and relatives without t heir knowledge in coffee or tea, und be lieve today that they discontinued drinking of their own free will. Do Not Wait. Do not Is? deluded by apparent and misleading "improvcmetH. Drive nut the disease at once and for all time. The "IIomk Gold CritE" is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar, thus placing within rench of everybody a treatment more effectual than others costing $LT to f."iO. Full directions ac company each p.ickite. Special ndvice bv akilletl physicians when requested without extra charge. Sent prepaid to anv part of the world on receipt of One Dollar. Addiess Dept. D .'7. Kdwin IS. (Jrles t Cotnpany, U.'L'SO and L'l'.IiU Mar ket Street, Philadelphia. All correspondence strictls confid ential. . (ioVF.HNori I'.liss has announced the appointment of I'rof. L. L. Wright, of Ironwood, to the vacancy on the rotate board oteducation. The appointtneut in a good one. To Cure aCold In One Day. Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tal let. All druggist! refund the money if it fail to cure. M. W. Grove' elcoature n on each box. -fie. Notlco for Publication. Fir-t J nt.:.. .4tl.ui s'ej.t, 7; !.it. Nov. !. I'mti ii statu La sii ( inn e. , M Ait ji kttk, Mi. m , Ai u. :n tu, 1 '.i. 1 1 . Notice Is lierdy fclv.-n tint in eiiinpii'rtlii e with the provisn.iis .,f t he net of '.iik'r.-s i,f June :i. 1 N, m. emit d "An ' ' f'T the n!e of (!i..l.er l.tll'ls in the Strttes of I'll hf. .r II I.I . 1 1 w" n , Nevnd.4, Htoi Vi-hiiiK!iu Tt i rit ory ," tis x-i tei de l to nil the Put, lie I, nil ! Mates .y o t r . f J Aiiu'ist I. 1 '.', .Tunica H. Johnston, t M.- riio , i omit v of ifoinihton. ."tate t Mit fiican. 1 sa : "Mv brother was verv low with hns tfiis d iv filed pi thU oft.ee Ills sworn , . , . , . , . , st.4teti.i-nt No. lor the Mimm-.? of the malai I 4l f-: ver aral J lundice. I persiiatl- nti.l Lot 1 of SerMon No. h lii ...i i.;... .,, ,rv Klictlie Hitters, ami he whh Hotui much Is.tter, but c mtinued their use until he was wholly cured. I Stood Death Oil". K. 15. MuntUy, a lawyer of Ileniietta, Tex., once fooU-d a grave-digger. lie v.. ot N i:. T"iishli N'c.. -in .V.Pmitfe No. .''" W., nd will ofer proof to show thit the land aouidit l more vrthirthle forlt tlmtieror atone t titi for MKrituif nnil t'tiri.ose. end to es!hlih h; eUtm to ld hoid l-efore the Kruter and i urn Mure F.Wtric Dittem saved his lieerlter of t lili oftice nt Marquette. Mich., on'..- ,, . , . . , , ... TuesdHy, the 1 2 dy of November, Iftoi. Me Tiatnen nn 4ltneeT lUven ('. Stewart id Sidnaw, Mich. John Melln of Jacob linsherirer of " " Henry f. llMK r of " Any and all rron cialmlnu ad verely the al ove de. rilied land are requeated to file their Claltna in thin oH1o on or tefur aald 'i day of Novemler, ll . Thomah Pfanncx. Kek'.,trr. life." This remedy expels malaria, kills dieuo germs and jiurifles tho blood; aids digestion, regulates liver, kidney and bowels, cures constipation, dyspep sia, nervous diseases, kidney troubles, female complaint"; gives perfect health. Only TOc nt J. ('. Wilkinson' drug itore. MATTHURJA, 'Dealer in: GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRESH & SMOKED MEATS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE and MINERS' SUPPLIES. 0) Crystal Falls, Mich. MOW IS THE T IE If you want any Building or ro pairing done, Call on the old Reliable Contractor, ANDREW NELSON. o- Specifications furnlshod on application.