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i These goods must be sold cheap.
aiid GRBAlT BARGAINS, may be
expected.-, v;;.a - 7. '
.THe entIr;stbck inust be sold
tMn thneit sixty days. "
Baraga, rui& J?lS90 rf'-'y:
. -Special Administrators.
We Lavo jnsi pnvcljascd tLo stock of gooJs from S. Kinney and liave
added a larger and more complete stosk of
(j e 1) e r a 1 T re I7 a id ise
Bach as BOOTS & SHOES, DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. We propose lo do a
7 We boy for CASH w.d get the benefit of CASH DISCOUNTS
V : which benefit we give to our CUSTOMERS.
p ALL AG HE R & H I L D.
'';v;'W;FULL' LIN8 0F
.Hand, Standing, Bracket, i 1
" Hall and Hanging
"57: Lamps. :i . .
Low prices and latcat novelties.
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Mm. If, Ryaa lft for Clinaw TIir5
day, , t ; . .
Geo. Neater and M. J. Kourko arrired
from below Thnrsday, 1 ..
Qaite a number of candidates ; are
around .working up votes. ' . (
. Mrn. Geo, Iladley ; has gone to
Dodgeville, Vls., to vittit friends. .' r
Mias Maggie MoGillen left WodnW
day for a two weok's visit . down the
road. . ' ; - '-y t . ' x ;
Douald Grant, of Lutrd settlement,
is to be married next Sunday to Miss
roster. v ; . -
Mins Prince," of Houghton, has been
vimtlng with Mr. and Mrs. Gallagher,
this wcoki' ' ';" '".'.,', '?.
Parks, tha baseball catcher and kick
cr, has left us and taken up his abode in
Iron Mountain. . r:-. ; . .
' The propeller' Schoolcraft and tows,
M. N. Bourke and Geo. Neater, left
Wednesday, lumber . laden for Buffalo.
' Mr. Broderiok finished his' contract
putting in the waterworks and returned
to his home in ' Marquette a few days
ago. . ' . I ;
J C. E. Cameron, Geo. Iladley. Frank
McCarthy and Dan Golden hare gone
out to the "burnt plains" on a , hunting
and pleasure excursion.
Mrs.John Uiggins returned a few
days ago fjtom an extend ed ' visit. with
friends at Saginaw , and other lower
Michigan points. ' ' , '
J. D. Moni38y, republican candidate
for cour.lf clerk, is expected to return,
Monday, from Kendall Creek, Pa. , His
stay there has been prolonged on uoconnt
of his wife being quite seriously ill. -
Thonn wishing any black-smithing
done will find Charley B arbor, one of
the best workmen in his lino iu the U..
P., in Grenior's nhop, whio'i he has
leased for a term of years. Soe his ad.
in another culnmn.
We clip tho following concerning our
water works from yesterday's Mining
Tliomts Broderick, of Marquette,
romplorod tie l-iying of tho watr pips
for fire purposes this week. - A test was
r.iado on Weduesday forenoon a?ul on
over two thousand feet of pipe put down
not a leak was discovered. A prensuro
of over thwe hundred pound to the
K'lnare inch was pnt on tue pipe in
making tho - tost. Two lengths of
Anchor hone were Imrvt by the water
pre-isnre, though attached to n hydrant
two thousand feet away from tho panip
ing engine. The property . hoi Jers
here now feel that something ran be
done to extinguish a fire thonhl one
occur, and they aleo feel that their in
surance rutei bhould be somewhat lower
The stars and stripes now float over
our school home.
J. W. Wjv.koff 6jent Sitnrduy, and
Snndny in Houghton, r
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones rejoice
over the arrival of a bran new boy. Here
are the Sentinel's congratulations. ',
Oar mail has changed time again, or
riving at 11 o'clock and leaving at one
o'clock. ' Mail going south stays at
Newtonville over !ght.
Under the auspices of tho Congrega
tional chuich Rev. Mr. Myluo lite of
Canadn, conducts soivijo in H-hool
hoube Saudny morntogs ttlO o'clock.
John PfciiTer, of Houghton, and Mr.
M.llcr, candidate for county treasurer
on tho republican ticket, called here
Tuesday to bhake hands with the
votors of this township.
ElcoMon is near at hand and the fes
tive candidate is abroad in the land.
He wears a pleasant smile and Bkake
your hand cordially, but after Noy. -lib
ho will forget he evar knew you.
Tho flag exercises held at tho school
honHo Friduy eveuing were a grand suc
cor. The school houe ws decorated
with flogs and red. white and blue
drapery and flowers. The exercises by
the Mhool cLilnu were all well render
rd. Tho fchocl board left nothing
undone to make the affair a success,
und their efforts were well supported
by Prof. White and MitH Joukiu-, to
whom much credit is due for tho sno
cess of the -entertainment, especially in
the train wig ' of the school children.
The school house was crowded, and the
proceeds amounted to fit. After the
exercises the boards vero cleared for ft
dance and a jolly time was hjd Ly all
who remained. , ' . '
The ren-ainingf -scats for our hand-,
some. new echool have arrired and it is
expected that they will be fixed . in the
rooms this wek, thus affording ample
a; commodation for the pupils. All
thut wo want; now to conipkte' the
building is a bell, and our national flag
to stream from alott. We understand
that an entertainment ' such ' as " our
fr iends hold at Jacobsville, well take
place at an early-date to defray tho cost
of a bell aud perhaps a! flag. We are
kurely 'becoming au important and
tsllvtuul and spiritual clement-i of tl.j
people should not be properly aUendad
to.: .- ' . ' '
The Rev. George Mylue formerly Jof
the Presbyterian church, la wood, Can,
ada, aud recently arrived tr m Glasgow
Scotland, has been appointed to the
chargn of tho Congregational church
here and regular sorvioea aro hold in
the school house on Sunday evenings at
7 o'olock, An importiut and very in
teresting feature of theje is the so.'o
'STRUCK THE GOLDEN MEAN"
AS A BLOOD PORIFItll.
The Detroit Free Press says: "Hib-
bard's Rheumatic Syrup,, prepared by
the Charles Wright Medicine company,
of this city, has struck the Golden
Worm, in the treatment of aU blood dis
eases, and its success is an evidence
that an honest, pure and valuable med
icine, is not incapable of attracting the
attention of every family. ; There seems
to be but one opinion as to its merit as
fmily medicine. , ., ,
Xuis is the real secret of tho success
of this wonderful remedy. . Lb perfect
and speedy action, in removing all im
pure aud poisonous mutter from blood.
No homes should be without it. as a
thorough and effectual blood purifier for
young and old.
Sold by all drntrdxts. Prepared on-
lv by the Charles Wright Medicine Co.,
Detroit, Mich.--For sal by J. G. Ilea1,
liaroga, won. , -
Hibbard'a Rheumatio and Livr Pills
. These pills are scientifically com
pounded, and uniform in action. No
(rriping pain bo commonly following the
use of pills.- They are adapted to both
adults and childrcu with perfect fafoly.
We guarantee they have no equal in the
cure of Sick Headache, Constipation,
Dyspepsia and Biliousness : and, as an
appetizer, thev excel any other prepar
ation. For sale hr all druggists. Pre
pared only by Th Chnrlen Wright
Medioino company, Detroit, Mich. For
sale by J. G. Real, Baraga, Mtt'b.
shop next to Canada Hotel, Baraga,
Horse showing a specialty. Repair
ing promptly attended to. Give me a
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Office hours from 7 to 9 p. m
BARAGA. L S. MICH
Subscriptions received for all Newspapers
and Magazines at publisher's rates, .
no n'oro or less.
Paci. Jflfe Harpers, ani M
Lejlio's on sale each week. Pickings
from Tack, fifth Crop arrived
. this week.
5 AND 10 CENT NOVELS,
and the LATEST books always in stock.
and a fine line of Toilet Soap.
FINE LINE OF WRITING TAB
LETS AND BOX PAPER.
Figs, Apples, and Nuts and Ture
' Cream Candies always on hand.
of all kiuds done with dispatch, i
Repairing and trimmfug top Buggies
' . ' ' specialty,4 ' .
Keeps Lime. Hair, Plows, Wagons, points, Oils. Also A Fnll Line Of
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SCREEN DOORS, & WINDOWS
" STOVES and RANGES.
A First Class TIN SHOP in Connection, V
i Bin i
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Keep Tour Feet Warm, Tour Head Cool,
is the Place to get the Goods, and at such low prices, that
it will astonish you.
There is"just being opened-up a complete line of
WOOL & CER7VmN SOCKS,.
Men's and Boy's Shoe Packs, Men's, Boy's,
Ladies', and Children's Rubbers, Etc.,
which will be sold cheap. Call and examine the Goods before going elsewhere
Yours Auxioivs to Please, '
Has received the largest stock ever in Baraga County of the following goods:
Overcoats,- Pea Jackets, Suits,
Single Pants, Boots, Shoes, Rub-
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bers, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens,
Overshirts, Underwear, Neckwear,
German Socks, Trunks, Valises, .-.
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Which are two numerous to mention. The stock has boon carefully ocloctcJX
. in style and qualities tho prices aro lower then the lowe4. Call and '
, get the prices before purchasing elnevhere, . . ; . .
WJ1 ItTTZ is aUo prepared to sell to Jobbers and Contractors at Eiiteo
'Wholesalo Prices. It will
II T i
i our mi!
pay yon to investigfcle. "