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1! r. v j. MANSFIELD t NOTES. P (Krotn our WJaU'oriv.hj)otileiit.) l I Mrs. Til omw Mellon, returned Sii day from a two weeks vis;: tr DuPi., . Mr. S. Y. Baker, visite-a frit-i: in Staaibaatfh last Sunday. James (J re cor and Mr non Dun enk'k. trammers at th3 Mansfield tai.. were injured by the premature bki 4 irK of a cnnte. las; Tueday. T'. 5, eyes oi ootn men wtrti iuieu wu:. unall particles or ore ana it it ..- ; b:il:le "flat tne older man will lose the it"ot one eye while the other, with . careful attention, will be around iu ' abut a. veK. Johnoth iu laid up this week with ft badly cut ley;. The accident occurs ' while he was fraiainf; tiinl.ier. Fred Roberts, surveyor, was here last Wednesday lining oat the Ctn level cross cut which is ne-irly conipl-t i. The raise under the old shaft is n.v throvzh ari'l the work d' ::i-.p;:j the sides is under id headway. . Wn. I;ais is the latest rival of the not.orvi ris nor-.e trader from here, lie mad the trip to Sa.'ola nis en- tire o-i t tit in dudm. horse, .. i.a-ness nnd buir-.v for $10. o) u::d a cow. Will, d asen't s:iy iv.w he yot hoine put tie boys think if he didn't walk b have ; -f'-d it or nv-d f-e w it. plv c.f a horse. Win. liters mad-) a trip t -Nip.:.., recent, r"".jv'rir.:j.t;.'e rifle .-n li few WH-k-t n;".. Mrs. H. Maiw n of The Arm-uia mine, win has l '.'try ?ivk for the past v.'-'d; is .nv: '!! the hiii road t- recovery. Daring h -r illnf-s Mi- A taeaistroin of this -cat hm ha- taken care of Mrs. Marion ' '''iby. 1 own re -.' d of hn: .-.v-r .Mi-::- .in,' :.'.l.v tW-'.-i .VI ''' V7- peaches from ij.'i;v, lit w Ed. Mi'.;;-': for his win and SoU. v.;;- in ' ' day. Mi-s KdiM x'a:.:-'M.v : frcn her viit at riling. T.a-t '.v.-.-k - -f ?:rt-o-evid"!)tiy ff-ii'U' :i:.r --.-d 3 -a two or ihiv "f '') .'.":'!.''" :.'-' convert th-m-d- - v.' .,' '-"r: den .Hid cart th-M a- it; 1 v;,":.i in an oM'waTi. All ha:i U s, . ii-d t irij.-jy the af'air, en tt.e lped w!i el1irrs t convert t'nei.n.-.dvt s assort weri joitjiitly s'r."''ssi v.l. Take A Bellows wten you get borne with that Lu'k rofT and blow tU dirt and flies and foreign mbstaccei out of it. Then open a package cf Lion Coffee see bow clean and freib it looki atid Lotc its rich aroma. . TU M)wl tktk4t iuira mUmtm Jlty. (ter some bnFints that be has on hand her. I Captain Cha. Hash and family are attending th furneral of Mrs. Ed. HuhtrS at QuinneK V.day. Chas. MctreiT, brak-iiiuu at the Hemlock has Ueu on the pick lht this W.rk. ' MH. KDVAHDHlTriHKS DEAD. News wm hrr.v.jrht ntre last Wednes day morninL- the death of MtK Ed ward H'U'he at the Iron M.r.intaiu hospital where she had fen taken troi:) her hyui- gaiunes-.? several dayn previvjH. Mrs. Hudies is a sister-in law of Captain Cna-. Jln.'h., of th ll"iu y.-K vi'vjo anl ;vn tr a Ion- time a re-iiderit - f Amaa, when W;h h-ld in hi-h eteem by the ot tt' pi iv. W: .-m .,-y hns: and ti-.; riar.: tt:n Vivian'njiii", th- fatniiy M'ovd ;-i g vd hav- i.-n-d- th.it pU.-e their h .-jae f- .7 a year back. The t '.nertd oren at 'Q-j,i;-eM t ,dav. I- a ror-Ti" .':i-.d t .N;ii, Monday. I !,.;;, V,'. , ..J 1 .Jaj. v.-'.il i it- ;-..- : j !:-. 1 i.-.f id-j.t. v.'.t 'tp.m.-d -iiir'.l : M.:;dav evt'.- iir' a 1 ti. ' .' . ' e ::iv:i i"M Ml A j j - iad'ilitv to :.. .d ti! v.na'.x.vti'.i: .'en ena. . In. -i?;d !t i'luil Ill-: pular diUM-Jid.t prmi-i-d. Tikft" for the Additonal Locals A very pleasant wtdlinij was celebrat d in Maple Cirve Usr. Sunday, the ontra'-tin parties tii.-u' Arel Larr"ii Hiiil Marv Kronhol!;ies. liev. HoiKKa tied the nuptial kn-n. A re-ejtin wa tfiven tlie uewjy ciarried ouple at tn- n -iidence of lVt1 Slerber. wLi ie the voting l.uly has made ner h"in? for -ev- ral years, th '.t wa attended '.y ; lare iiuiuber of the friends of tt: -j; tr t - !!!' parties. Ilie V"".ir.' 1 o hone keepiji' in Mard- Strove. Xiv Mar,'in entt-rtaii.-i Mi--Clark, of Staler, lat Sun'iay. Han s .Tohn..n wa h-.rrIa-: 'Tivi vy while put tin- hay in ti barn. At writin 4 is aiKij'.t ai'ain. Tneh'Tt in capa'd!atei iiim f- r w-.n k i-7 -v.-ial davs. AtJ'lv l!'.'b'ins -;:;ie bii." to p.-nd ia-t family hre. Wupt. IPi-tin-' - ca: IV ul -e;.ot lat FridiiV Th" d in"- iv-n i'V floli -yStone Upheld A Lnnaintf aisjatch says : The pnp reuie court today afTirmM the convic tion of Clayton VoorhK ajent at ihwi.tone, Mich., of the Miniieauoliu lirewini; conijainy, fr st-llin liquor without a liceiihe. Uy this decision, brewers in other states will have to pay a fVs annual tax for every cold stora."? and dis tributius? warehouse main'ainel iu this stain. Michigan brewers will pay a similar tux for each vurehou-e op erated away from the brewery, th latter beintj covered by tb manufac tirer' tax. The, court declares that tl:e riJt to manufacture catri-s with it the ri-cht to thw product uly at thi fa-tor. l.O. O. FrAffairs Th- So-.r-in (irand El-' covened iu annua! session at Des Moins la-t Monday. T!i- rept,rt th 'tand iM, ... viil,i:iittd at iioiu indicated that thre wa- I - Titid lod -ftat'li-bd f wl.hh six were in f..r.rn'n c iutries The t..ta in: in M-r or -uboidinate lodges is T.'. T . . .. . ob r I Tit iMi anipm,'"-i ti"- iv-n i'V ' h" and th opi:i )::,; 1 f lUirht w i- . i '".vab!'' ai air ati 1 i ?i--' i jiutation "f ti.e !, ,y- r'.-r 'ivii:. j-. tilt paitie- m n.v t'ojd. Mrs. Fiasi-c t'rejihdf. ..u T-. j .i 11 Ihm- hu-band at Munisinj-. Have, their.h'.me all r- ady toro-'c at MriniMnu and Mr. IVn i-li-il.fd i:i inutMii' '!-ii at i t V I' 1 'i 1 eV pancy -tub- 1 ti er ! j.lVi tr ?:l id.ty 1 r p- -t!;- i i' it. 11. i. in The Diamond Drill -.vi-ii ti. io vl l-t of luck. A-'ti"S Eeh-tn l-ave-i Mo 1..1.1 i to take a coin-" in So- '.. I'.--. Mi-- I) J. m ,;.'.., y. ..r bu: derj.b-d t 1 in N 11 .--.it t v W itl-t-a 1 a u ' i;c '. . iiid d. Mi- li.!::a;; '.'ar-i t:i w - iy M , i.--" ' v;-i down llii'lr. o. l'). .-Mir-. )i.-i..b"ihip or tb -r in-:: 1,0. .::. During tin year there .vnr - I''' I initiation iu tb -ub- J and. lti'duditu' t:i"- . din oi!;-r V.ran di.--. th" t 't tl am .unr of ii-t di-bur-d wa ',". '"" an ili'T-'ase "t Th" I'liiiia-ial -tateineut -how : v s fr 'i.i all bram he. P. .'! $'.,...:. r.'. Ex- s-.T'.i'-. In'-rea-, ; m,r. ! i revenues. s.'0.: o.7o".. .v.-ri.-d f.;uK fiJ.tr,.'. T'V).: s! ;;u'.t. nj '' repot ty- t !, it sin -e tbei-e l.'.r.H. rjo member iniuno u a;- rdiii. l"d. v- - rVv. d rdi.-.d; -T-tal l'di .... n ," .iii.t.U.n i:din initi;; r k Ti.. v 0; O'.H.n: lb 'J.T.'r,- L."U- " Mead. Sick headache, nervous head ache, tired headache, neuralgic headache, catarrhal headache, headache from excitement, in fact, headaches of all kinds are quickly and surely cured with DR. MILES Pain Pills. AUo all pains such as backache, neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic pains, monthly pains, etc. "Dr. Miles' Pain Tills ar worth their weight in t,''l!," ay Mr. W, D. Kiej. iner, Arkansas City, Kan. They cured my wile cf chronic, headache when ni'thir.g che would." "Dr. Miles' Pain P. '.Is drive awav j ain as ii by magic. 1 am never ith 1 ut a u j lv, and t!a: k everyt ne should keep them handy, nr t r two jo Ms takm rn approach cf headache will T r"N M.t it evi t v Mne." .1ks. Jl lok Johnson, Chicago. I'.l. Through their use tliousands cf proplc have been enabled to at tend social and religious func tions, travel, enjoy airiUvemtT.t;, .tc, with comfort. As up revt nt ative, when taken on tl.e r.p jiroach i a recurring attack, they arc excellent. SotJ by all Drucclsts, 25 Dosri, 25 cents, Pr. M ia Medic! C-j., f.'ikhart. l-cl. iu',r'-. - Th -h - ! inf.. 1! nc i'o 1 t..i .i.- de-'.-a- STA.TI-: ir MI I!!' ' N", j , i'j wi'lo'.v i.i"inb l,.i..,i'.,.,. 1 1. wavm: ''or In t t. 1- tid b . ti.. matter .Mkin-'U, d" u iiiar ;Ttv ,,f an of: t! a-d. Notb 'mi' -u-nat; ader nit" I 'Vi-M ( 'A i:l THANKS iianh th- many k;nd :r ,m 1 ! 1 t " .i.in d .!. .. d.l - vaii' A m a s a 3 h o r t ,nj o t e s AMASA ..DEFMT.j i;yxs From tho Livli"-t Town In Iron Comity. ' i-re it year ao i:i .1":-';: t) all a-.l a ra" V :'e t;a-( :iV'A -if h'n own. H with 'r. 1'. h. r mi the mni": 1' r T . N I--,- t.hn own- r ii will iKd-ipy it v .-.nt'ejViiery. 1 Mr-. mi v 1 1 J ;.; ' A TnA(iii:jis' iN.-;Tir,'TK i....,o.. ... ,iti!i; a., i. li re Mi'. Ml l til. I arran-1 a fin '.! V inwtif ite for tho t'ev i!-r -f lr-n e.,.;!,ty and it- wili ho held at Cry-tal Fi.lN 'V- w- ic f:n ...... t.,Uv .Mr. M-.-n ; as h-i-:i II' A v A I" ' working -m tiiN tjtitu' aud intended t ) in.ve it yt-ar and during ih 1"-' iiL.uir int.-til fit tile to' was imperative to have the jn-tit-if" on the dares it iOhdd in order t wiv tliat ne has se-.u-ed. r i xl'-n;y v.o-.i xf'.il msti- ' i" a 1 i-.l,' time lar in tne ; .f th- o.U-l O'lt it ,':..n- it not : Ti the tore ;tl: d hai liecn '-- il- he j-:'.i!l-' J-.o.l fd d a store made a U-r-'r tin- hidld t i-rly ( mded W:tre Mole, a lid s .'ilie stuck of 'Oil. V.el'r ill;. - Visi til..' ' ' V 1 i! -l-e f, l! j-Tl'-M l einu il :;ia:iv ol the the talent The ;.o:.du V. trill. ( r:e of th m''"t '"'- tnte conduc-or and mo.: j.i.uiuin i vln"'itors in the state. Jle will be a i dieted by Mr. a .T.EdKuJiH. -f In f ton Harbor. Tlw program are not yet out but they will arrive in a lew days and a hood a they come will be well circulated thmoghout the comity. The Institute will last two daya with the customary eveuicj? let a tnre to be held at the court house one 1 4 eTeniuK dorin the teteion. Every teacher in the county will 1h, nvpiired to attend Uii institute and all of the s- hools of the -o:nty will -let out to allow thn tea hef t attend. Accord:,' t law. th- t-a- h-r- 1 -tii.. on account of their att. ndan.-at in-titute but tii'dr pay u"e if they wei" in h'-l. f It.Mpi.-ed rates will i '.V' n .n a.l o, the railroads ticJo-t- ldn or, the (Titil.rate jdan. wJd' h to -a.' V. tl.fa.-!'.er pa full far" ":! htnitit' oit. takituf a r-.'SP 2" ' ' " fare and wh n -he VviU H,,.t .-r t-T, te in buy in,' h-r i'tn-n .o-t : i' in th- ' y !-. n and her 'mother, ov. . W"t at Cnsrid y ia-p' t in- I In- f i it :.v advertised , that tl it .tie 1 1 ; l t - ai ) i t a P. ir- ..or. r,,r;.eM.' i a:.d bu '.;.'. ' l-re. Mrs. ,1. 1. (i:! Mrs M. V, JVlls l,.-.t, Fri-1 ;y i mili:..T.v d.-:.L.y , d.-y. They ri-r than ewr. Tiie j.im).1'.' of the village v. er,. alai m wd to tne where aLouts -l John Mason tJie other m.-iiiirr. J r a tim )" had 'V'- ioj.Hared from ei xi H'd,:t m.-". '.iil.K-.nl r' l.lcil ll lihiu't hn1 nil i. However, h-- tarneil iM, j4 i',:fH ,'.'il Kc'-.ind l ."T and a heavy Hih , r li'i v.'-h .'"Tit;.!. Con M n't loose John. M, P. Hollow, tiie Cryntal Falls HarnesH miiker upent Friday iu town looking up trade, Mr, Hollow gets a lot of work from this place as he yiveH excellent hatihfactiou, Mibe Mollie (Jibnon aud Jennie Mftxam, two of the Cryntal Fall ' ho,d tea her. wer in Amasu lat Fri'iay even: i: if ndim? the raid j.ary at IMwar-l-'. ' A!"'i r the i,- j j,!,. A i". i ; i i.i t'lL-' in a ' id parly ut tl." .:;.. ':;. iii-i im I d. I' lid- ward-. T'-vy : -p-.i ' iiavin:, had ;i La! 1 ! -ill I' ! Tell' rt vi-it with h t ,r.J i i-" party wa lven a Mi - .( ,.';n Stop .-r- at li-r i .'ii i iiv a nvm!i4 r "t i:i . i T .!'S' II ih d.a'.'i 11 o 1.1. V 'Mtuici' la-t. Capiaiii Ii.'.. illie-s and tl-' tin-ted r.,i r Will i. i:m t ?e,i, 1 t Vkv .-n - ctra (.ro't. Mit. : P: - e . r, , ll'i 1- el .J Mi tie III the If. it t.' I iii ; COMMrNK'XTinN ',,nnt AeOU '!"'"? xu.rdH m tavo, of ),:, :,d n Uctmdv. I Mifa od I o ti ', - y the laorichiti- arel ' I ti .. d rV' laid hM.iM'ati'iit inedMd..'-. !' ' '"" tliit-V'o ,U1V "1" 1 ,mtl1 '"v w " cot a !.nttl.of thi- val lal.'e me,licme winch h .H lomphdely iHievcd no.-U H P.lUM KMAN. l!ai:m ll. M". luody i for Kale by Cole'n FharnuK-.v. For a bad tttti in the mouth lake CUnmUTlain'n Stomach and Liver '1 ab U, For sale bj Col PhftruiHr y. I) i in '. ...ai , . t - 1 1 1 1 ,'t.,t n oi - a in) a r v' i ;..f in A in. i !; ' It' T I 1 j..; 1 it A ru; I llt ii 1 ,ni, A.pM..n. Wi-, v:-;tim:' l.er filter. wan numlrjed e f-re part of .1 .'m in .h. Vio M:-. V. Jl. .1 t-e. Mins Ma Mbsl.-r niu the sit ii .:."- the week. Mr. V. J. Horder transacted busi jioh at C'rjtal Falls hist S.iturday. M. IV Mcdte was in town l'tween trains thi weeit. Proeecntiug attorney Watson came up from tho Falls lant Tut-ndny to look .h.hn i ii :n.i i a-i. Mii.iinv for a -! parents. Siipt. Wild, of Mi' huati Tel.-j.i.ot'.e compiiny was iu th ' ' ity Tite-iay. He was iii t oiii panied l' Mr. Morris both of I he e-'ntleia.-n b iiiu' from Mar- pt.Mte. Mr. Wild's i iritory eiubra'-e all ot the upper peninsula. A party was yiveu at the rf-idem of (J. K. Voos last Thursday eveniiu in honor of Miss Ktlj.d Fl'.-w'liiiL;. About fifty of her vouiil.; friends were present. I'mil Siiiook'was at Ir n Riei la.t Wednesday. Mr. S h"..k i- ii:ieresied in soiii' valuable :iiii.rai land in the vicinity of h'.n I!iv-r. Will Hunting, of Ir'-n Mountain, was in the Toll- ia-f. v'e,i1e..iay 1. t v, ti a trains. A pl- as last lii.th! 1 ( sidela e her liii'iids. Lai',-on and Nol'lthle' s-dl bread cheajier than it is sold iu .Milwaukee. How is that for Crystal Falls'.' Miss Anderson, of Bessemer, is ,-..,. p. iii'.' books for Larson and N"oi libera 2 iust Anderson, P f t this morning for Hibbine; Minnesota. IV 0. Watres was a Marinette vis itor yesterday. John Dawosn. Sr. transacted busi ness at Marquette yctserday. Frenh egH'Jd cents ?r dozen at City liakery. ' .. Joe Doujie left lasCj night for Ann Arbor. MayWood Goes to !Iouliton Th" Mining (ia.ette is inl'ormeil from an nuthoritive souir e that iP-v. Aims Mayv.ood. of Crystal Falls. is to l e apji -III!" 1 pa-f ( i i a e dot 11' id i,t ( li iu i h. ton. an 1 t i.at 1 i.u.-b Mi d to .-:i" other piobably iu Mil nip im. Th lies lar.ely in th.. h inds of tl in.: eld. r, lb v. C. M. Tli-mp makes !, h i i,j:.m n la! i u.. i-1'p. r eiiin-u la. Ii i- I t itev. i. M..- ii II" -t-Jit' n I i au . M.e i s a ,;!.; d w i latitude ,il 1! I !i n(l ;h an ha; 1 s i ti j . moth late I'iii.'.it.-K- v. Mayv." -d i:i been :;ra luaf I'"te M'. e yea I s a i. at Ol'.e ,,( the j,!- the ui'iiiT Meil htate. He has and I! -ii TV. l)utb - lid r ai- 'durin-f the s;, . ,f my husband. I am ( t.-udn r h;i to t! e My-ti'- Woi i ,,,!, ii mbers oi' I h" Slavi eiali l -i'.o.' "1 as a ii.oni-: l ,it ) -1 i . 1 J ilin Atkin- -u.'ti i,v rn" II ai-nabi" Ii-; iar . dud.'- '.' .'inv.. - .n ti!- a ij O. an uvd Iida. It i- y a y. ar but it - ems longer sin- e they !irt beau to UK ai"ur puttin- on "A Little Ouur.." S irii.rh has been -aid about it, its ma' nii'lh nt -ettin.'t. startlin,' el- trind eliV' ts. et-.. that local theater -.a-r-will le ifratilicd to know that it. will I ,. pi-'-s.-med at the ip.'ia House ..n Fridav. net. ::rd. The'story is ih- old on-, always new. of live and d -votioii, but u'iven . i. ..,.1 l.riinf III of in an euni' iy n-v, u.i mm t hosi. to'K'iic-i of nature whh'h ail the v.orld t.-art oi" ..,. I it!i-, -!) 1' id-!" to th l!ie main e-)tr.:ne h ins- in I 'i" -Miod.'M. o.j titie and :nt"" At kin-- .ii i.u ti Lots 1 and 1: Ka-t piar'er of . ipiarier of north-'.v tiorth-ea-t ipiarter ipiart -r i if -. 'in.irter of ' n r t f i - half i t north-west ii an 1 i n IV of -t will h" a PUh'-r bid I -r a To ' !) .unty 'lira1-;. Ir -ii cojr:ty li 'lav of S"p'enii.er !; a. m . all t'"- rih of th-- s.,id .Toll' foil .win." lands, vi' BYRON WAS BARRED. " Timn ! I'filmlntlrr ftmmf4 (u ' irpl titatat of Vot. Many yeari ago uouie admirer of Hyron raleil a subscription for a monument to the iKt. to be placed Iu WcKtmlnster abbey. Chan trey was re quested to exci ilte It. but on account of the Hinallness of the sum nubscrlbed he declined, and Thorwaldwen wat then appliiHl to and cheerfully under took the work. In alMjut the. flnishetl statue ar rived Ht the custom house in I-ondoiu but, to the astonishment of the nub nrrlber. the dean of Westminster, Dr. Ireland, declined to jrlve permission to bane It set up In the abbey, and, owlnj: to this dltlh'ulty, which proved insur mountable, for Dr. Ireland's Huccessor was of the same opinion, It remained for upward of twelve years In the cun tom house, when (lHId) It waa re moved to the library of Trinity col lege. Cambridge. The poet Is represented In the statin? of the Ki7.c of life, seated on a ruin, with his left fMt resting on the frag ment of a column. Iu his riuht hand he hold a style up to bis mouth: in hi left a book, inscribed "Chllde Harold." He Is dressed In a frock coat and cloak. Deslde him on the left Is a skull, above which Is theAthenlan owl. The likenena Is of course wst humous. Thorwaldsen was born Nov. P, 177. and died on March 'Jl. 1st l. Newcastle (Futf.) Chroidi le. A 1Im!'1 Surveyor. The KPiJ-man I.i ader Courier telU of nn early da county surveyor In Khv man cunty. Kan., who neither po.v fo-ss. (I any Instruments nor could havft Used Ihein If In had. Ills method of measurli!' land was to tie h!.s ankloa to.ueth. r w ilh a cold that was just lo.ur ciiuuuli in allow him to step one lifth of a rod .-1 . -1 1 time, and thus hot blod he uo;dd strike out. eoimtln-i his steps until he had made a sutliciiMit number ! cover th- desired tli-1 ar.ee. Tl." .' I'd or string used by him in fa-h"!1;:!. Ids h'.;s to-ethef. says tli I . ::'i ;( " airier, ' as m ole of raw IMe. v., tl.it when 1 w:: traveling tbroo.h th" v-;r,s of a movni'.'i: w hen tl." deW W - i.'! It V.'i I ei o'lie Wi'f. .M'.'l -:re;e;i pearly a foot, and m la s.t. e- v. ere much lunuer of a i.iomhv th:'. :i they Wv'i'i' of an evening aft -r 1 1.' sun had dried the v. i r l. at!ier and sin.; b !i' d it. C..;oe.ie."!l !y the man h:.l: -rX 1 b' kind su; eeil in the m. .ra in ; would base mu'.h more In hi. quarter seeiion than his neighbor .Willi' l .oi his ..rk done in the a r.-TMooii. Th. -e old -'!ireys ai d corners 1 hen tahlhhed :',- :M.iiovaia e cen to 'a' da v. i-t hrilf of Xorth 1 : North-east e-t quarter and the of ttie south-West 111 ; the sOUtil-'.VesI ist "quarter, the cast ouarter, the s. ut Vt mak kin. ' Lau-hter an -i j Ifet her. ill'd thel e i . i lo'ir ri i-:i: not one dull moment iu tin a N if the production A s t ron cast surrounds th---e two aiti-t.s. and the pp-duet ion is the iaU of tti" season. mtiv bee), sta'i Tin-re t'ils , !v,.,l in t'ni 1.. 1 e ( oil' em lias iiiie.i-i) o ;,tioii f.-r the p u-pi-e ..: ri-wi. -OO' 'U of the Hoii'.h- Will be 'aaru'e, matter he pre.id- on. . ho s for the "W tii.it ire I to h ave V. ife he,-, hi,. . a-:ln,ia and this i.'iit h -r i i n. i x i r unt Ib'V. Moon is ' la'::- in a m 're and ih '.vork. a eorpo . V....I ii. N-.l'tlle'll Wis' e e;t i i ii i. n - j Tii" .ompauv has supplied itself with ! all tne i.".vs..arv t'-.N fr the work e,;-ae"d in anl v:lun a --.mtraet is , .. . .i ..'.,..;,. . .,f w . inafiV a: P'- . lUli'le lor U-e ( .' .i :t hi- e,ew it sent with neees-ary im p!e,neiitsto perform the work with neatness and dispatch and in a com paratively short time the job is done und where, only ii wek or m before Btun.ps reiKiiMHpuieme.alliKnow ready for the plow and the land ia cleared. The company claims that havin Ul and exigence it can do the work cheaper and letter than other and can do it more quickly. It is said that mm Ii land has been cleared in this wav and that in many cases the crop- were sum e it, quarter and the east half of tie W. .if""". 'J I: the !!"ith-Wet jq uitte;- of the north-east ""quarter and ith- north half of tie north-west ql, trier ,,f ,,-. 'J',; ,.. N.';V. '; ot X. W. !j of s-e. all in'town A' nrnth of ran'e "! we-t. AN t)ie "south-easi quarw-r of th- s,.ntii-.-at quarter of s v. tl : t'P s -Uth-W'st quarter of the north-west, q':arter"and the so,th a-t quarti'V '.-: t!i- -outh-west quarb:r of ,-ee. 1.' ; the -"-uth-'M.r quarter of tie: s..u'.h-east quarter d' '. and tin tiort hw -t quarter of ti e north -west qa.it ter of the j , all in town :t n ittl; of jan'e :;. ,vc-t. All in siil Troii i o Mity. """""" James .1. Atkinson "".r s; '.' it " Administrator t; Kowland'st. Detroit. Mich. raised in one or two years ei. nt to pay th" expend ot cleariii-'. hhoriiu town, wl.o ill piefer.'ll' e to il , ai,-'" be -ot PiiU" . . . i was mine o" i A man m a ia-p to.,;; a it pa pi r ..n:l't-V Ml'-I" I naoef for ll'.e t-.oPeV, by th" n Ivel'lien.ent d a llto l-seape forward "Il ft ecipt 't W.l'ell ' Uld I- alioiit It is that I.' . :: t.'."' 'or . . .: : taken out In a moment the I'M 1 of the water would not drop one single inch. Mmltrri llie IMIflon. The late kiiiK of Prussia unci' sent to au aid de-camp, Colonel Malachowsky, who waw brave, but .Hor, a small iort folio. iKjuud like a ttxk. Iu which were deposited JVm crowua. Some time after ward he met th oflleer and said to him: "Ah! Vell. how did you liKe the new W 'l k wl.h !i I ". - i.t to y.uV" lp;ei".tv, ly. sire." le;-':. d t!-e ' .1 - I'V III vj H" sent III' d.'- - )"i ei Veil !l te-t it 1 1 id. -j n lit'-r d"-ii in ; tin a m n to vi J t it f i ni ' .,. , i l ;;.,t thi- r q ly. ! :-. !:-,. marius. tii" le ad : '. ty i tain,.l loo wi IU t!i a 1-w l.",Vs a-l-.e-his pi-i-hooi- W" lll" W chohu'a an l of potato, v. ami married a i"- ni l. "I 1' i I I'Vpeet tl: tlenee." Th" I.e.-' n-o' bir!! ! with a:.- ' '. I' SO'-, ' I" Wo I, 1, 5 T!.-'s bo Ut I s." 11 : row. i A ii n t s'.o,-.- i!' t" 1 .. It i:, pa, hit' l t K it iu'i-e iih liapa- l"l. and wl t i-veil p.. p., ,!!!'. b ' .I t. ; : -t. but I t..n It: i -,i:q l'-te ie!l III" Ot!i- ,".!( d h iu 1 ir in very with th'e in t u o t 1 - I'd' .f I'.l nil. b.Otle "f C -tii.-t . 1 1 - 1 1 : i e ti;-'.; oi : r 're: na il i d. I. d II. i: ra ! 1 d fottV " i'i- ?a it,, Jiav i out Ait't. ii c,,i-; H- i r""., ji', , ; -t and briubf. s! of' j lodi-i pr- :e heps in the j r e-l f, ,r seyi-ral vears I - .riil !..-, she h.i-1 ii mule am i .,. Tes , f l.md. and th- same i- yo-'.t ' hufllbi- Con'"' -l-in l' Il!.". I ),-, .i il - ,i's rot tn a Ue. tie1 p-a son. Not l-.ts.l ;m ixtci iot itidir ite a eh an, O.l.,;.. I To I..' W.ll llll OfJilllS of tie" at Cryslal I .ills arid has aee,JU)istied , . ,.,1- i i,;.r.or,v. Iio. kv I I M ' J I III'' " ' ' Mountain Tea does this woik, .1, C. a oim1 work. Tie app.dnttnents will b. made at the c,infer-neM the latter part of this week ,,r th first of next week. Machinist Wanted : Two lathe men : 1 ahaper man, two tnch men. wood wadjea. CryitaJ FtAU Wooden war Oo. Wilkinson's. ta"ki; no tic k. The Iron County map known as the F. O. Clark map ia protecUsl by copy right and anyone found photographing or llinj ftauje ia liable to prom..'utlon. Mrt. KU O Clark. lie" ' U! " o: I',, ind ; i.d ". p l.d b. M e!t it 111 an aid !' -iolmoMlfi.-'. Wleai the . it:t i s 1 1 a th" l y ! ; . 1 i' i', p.: d i 1 1 -1 1 I i ' p, p. In spite o! i auiiin-t ee"t aid iipp. ar. d. ; it the iii:,' th" him e ; .il called out to hh.i : "(Jo sti;,-ht to C i.eral M, ade and tell him the enemy Is runnlii.' ?-). it of ammunition. I have I - u woundul with a ten penny nail!" A Cotly I'rerrdnt. One of Philadelphia' rich young bachelors returned from a trip to the l'aclQc count with a Chinaman a tah:t, Laving been induced to engage b'.iu tUn (Yftuclavu f tieudiL wIm aald il e Kin. I of a Man lie Wit. "I was j.i ";p h!;i:.U"ti once," said a man at the dub. "when Tom I'eed wat the czar i f the luuiv of represenla tives. He w:o- holdh;;: forth with ear-n-'stiiess on some theme to a m'oup of friends when that in in y.,u see uvr tin-re by the cli::ir counter puslied Lia way through t Ik crowd, u rasped Keisf by the hand and naid effa.-i vdy : 'llell.v. Tom. old boy! Ibnv do y.aj d'.'.'r V"' "Ked responded in a manner tint, was more of a diake for the mat: than for his hand and went on with his tall;. W hen our friend over ther had ed-Til out of the crowd, mine one said: 'Vn;i didn't M-em to bo happy over hint, I'eed. Who Is your friend., anyway V - v"v "Jte.-d drawled out. 'lleV. a fellow from N"w York who knows mote men w h i d i:i'l want to know him than any other man In the l.'nited State.' Ikv troll l'lee Press. Thrifty Siiiii nilcrrrn. Whcu Napoleon ctnered Cctioa la lSo.'i. the rh'h palridalis of the city exerted themselves lo ;uiln the favor of the conqueror by all sorts of Jhit terlm,' attentions. The most elaborate of tl.e e was a l nnq n t patterned aftoir the famous one oft red by Antony to Cleopatra. Tie- tables were net In nn nrtlflcl.il eardcii. floating on pontoons, whlb wi re towed out to Ma during tho prog ress of the feast. At (he conclusion of the banquet- aaln In Imitation of An tony and Cleopatra all the costly Kol'l a'nd tsllver plate was flunR Into the ne.-u Thin little tribute of honor to the em peror waa not ao expensive aa It aeem ed, for the floating garden waa sur rounded with nets, and the plate wai Mibsequertly recovered. "iVIint Mii I lkr In Mrn, Men like In men these traits: Th honor that ennoble', the justice th. In-tires the l:..lit. the rramna blenev . that n.ellowy and makes plain, th; eoui'a;." that proeliims ir!lity, tli eeneroiis Instinct that disdains all laea 'iia -.S-, the p.io-h sty that makes tin bo.ot. the ipenity that wins fe-peet, tl " t-nepess. i'iid the t letertiess thai l.iiiw and fed. Put when one think of it nio;e larcfully may he not sun? it u; in J nt ii -!;:!" s. titrei ,. and .'n' i ept it :r th" truth that nil men like a 'o-i.i"p 'b'ati. I.fc l.j: , I'r.Tl f.f ti". t t'.i i to the fat! e- of .a : "I'll .' to ' f. i -a :, i. pit, t,.rt j "Uf mn N ynf O ia, ill.d h:- i ;o ' I l j' i .11. " Tl" 1,-M ia.-. !::. hul ,; , or iiii on th it irr a:vej-!ii:: frn,".. 'ie pi'.imf la the bor tr." I..'; atti 111 It b... !; t!,l . I ' ! f It'll r-'queyf. "Mi' ti r. J !' il-e kt'oek It cut of .Jim. HI I ain't pot time." Tl mnmn I h itni u . rpeakl-:- of the th'Xiblllty id the S3 n.oin l.in;ru.ii:e. Mrs. bid Stront savs that the little word "tl" nie.ms" I. we too. to bent with n stick, to pl.ij on n musical Instrument, to reprove to tattoo, to open a vein, to wah cloth ing by beatlne and to turn a aotner-aault. The world'a coalfleldt cover at loaat .230.0UX) tQuare mXUf.