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JjF I MX M Wf I lO D I NT E 1' 1 HCn.' AJ-- C H VJtW. I .'
..Main u Ut v. J. I). Ilalllday ,Du-r.
'rrtmiilna every SulibatU tivt-uitut at 7 ovlwit.
iSabUath Hchuul at I J a. ii(T M- T. Crawfot-J
.tkupTliitiiilt-ut. Prayer mooting Tuwday
aVeuinif at?:au. ' ti.4
fSATIIa.lc CHURcit.-Fatln-r 8:hllianu!r
mt. Luw mat Ik held ut t.'oo every iMurii
ns during tlni wet'k. Hunday I.ow iimhm at
S and liufli uiuHM at lo:iu a. m.and t'atotJjlHiu
Jit 1:30 p. iu. Vtitpt rM and Beix tlti tlon ut 7 U.
10. Low lujtwiat 7 p. in. atArvuu Uirllrt
Jtoiuiay ul evrry iiiuuth. ,
.Miss Mamie Smith is visiting llonch-
, sun menus. ...
.flee the new ad. of Tim .Marleau on
' Mrs. Jos. . Welsh returned frsm
Ettlutluthe first of the week. ;
"' Miss. Mary .Voetsch has gone to Mil
Miakee fo.xa9dioal treatment.
in r. - . m a i i . .1. mi 1
J.UO jmsttes-xrotier it is ou xuutbiu?j
. lor a viMt vatn menus at .bwen.
. Miss Irene. Iliggina is ajguest at .the
Theodore .Collins, of Hurontown,
vrisited friends in L'Anse Sunday ..and
1 C. Johnson has started a baggage
iransfer.and.dray line. Beohisnew.ad
' imtnotlier column. .
The last Bemi-auuual apportionment
Of the juimary school fund gives . to
Fob JiiXE. Two wori loams, with
Aarneeses. Enquire of . , , !
Mr. J&ar&hard, oiir tonsodal . artist,
. Heaves-morrow lot a short Twit with
jfrienda.in the copper country. .
Job 6toSE.TA.lot of new cciters and
eigb,. Jungle, or. double. - "
JMiss.Kittie TW'elsh was called home
te.attend.the tuneraJ of her uncle, She
teiarned.to.her schotl at liipley Thumbs-
. . . '. , :
Mr. and .Mrs. 0. E. WorUey, of
Howghton, .were guest of Mr.anl Mrs.
Jan. Campbell. a coule of, days this
week. ' . '. ' ., .
, J, C. Watstm, ; representing .Daniel
, LyDehjimftnutvtnring cJiemist, Gand
ftapidq, made us a pleaBO.it call Thurs
lit. And ' JUrs. C S. Habard took a
special train itave here Tuesday after
noon. Xhey go to their wis ter home iu
' M. Xeauuan, ouof the old settlers
' m 1 --11. I il m
terday. He reports lively timos in his
part of the.coanty.
Do you want to buy a .cutter or sleigh ?
If so go to jM. Wallace. He has the
agenoey few Anderson & Co. Port
Enron, one io:tke best jnanufacliring
Tommie TTelsh, a former L'Anse boy,
part of the vaek Ao attend the funeral
. services of hCsonclb. By seme error in
ihe message be .arrived too l&te.
The eommiiice o general arrange
ments Irish to extend an expression of
thanks to all (Le ladios "who so gener-
usly aided in roakpig the opening of
tfce town hall so deoidod a suoeeai.
Foe Sale. Two hundred aeres of
laad about three miles onth of L'Anse.
Pite spruce and hardwood timber. A
barin for someoue. X!uquire of
: 8. Kisnet.
Mc. K. R. Williams shipped this week
another car load of craphite consigned
to the Detroit Graphite Electrio Light
Co, tlx. Williams expeela to, resume
work at the Baraga graphite mine again
this winter. ' '
It coats eonsideralily less to tow logs
from Ontonagon river to Baraga than
from the Sturgeon, although the dis
tance is considerably more. . The reauon
is that about ten times as much can bo
taken in a raft from the former place.
The third annual ball of the brother
hood of railway trainmen is to be held
at Marquette, Nov.' 21st. ; It will un
doubtedly be a great affair, and if there
are any in this village who desire to at
tend they can obt.un tiokets and all in
formation form Mr. L. B. Armstrong.
Geo. H. Murdoch, Jr., formerly .one
fit the proprietors' of the Sentjsel, was
fleeted circuit court commissioner of
Herrien county at ' the late election.
George was' as much snnried at the
oLhMt fellow, as Berrien county bos
bees strongly republican lieretoiore. .
Wallaos omnibus will make connection
with all tegular trains on the D.t 8. 8,
& A. roikoad.. Fare 23 cents each way.
r Will call at private residences when
neoMaary : ' , M; Wallace, '
T.'lnu Kvr. T. , ' v . Proprietor.
.- i i .
To Spobtsmi ako Hcntebs.-The
open season for the hunting and killing
of deer close November 15. Any
Tiolations 'Of tho-'law coming to 'my
notice after that date will bd followed
1 JJelrpm S.Teiwoci.
1 " Dep. Game Warden.
rhankstying day has been appointed
by the prsient for Thursday Nov. 27,
i Judging .from the appearance of somo
of 'our democratic exchanges poultry
m nst begetting very cheap.
3fcssraS O. J, Foote and Jacob Boehr
io ger returned from their homesteads
at. Misery hay this week. They report
oet of enow in the woods up there.
'Among those form outside points who
ca Die to attend the funeral of Thomas
W elsh, lasLMonday, wero Carlo Bhel
do u, ;of Houghton, Charles Major, lof
Portage Eai.-y, and P, Doran and wife,
of-Duhith. , . V
1 fortune ic very kind to our fellow
citi xen, Mr. JLlm.er E. Ilalsoy. Inaddi-
tioi i to the favorable issue of the election
his Itonseholl has been blessed by the
adv ent of an ight-pound girl, who put
in c n appearance 'listJTuesday evening.
Mo'ther and daughter are getting along
fiuc ly, and, it is uunecessary to add,
Elij ter u conespondingly happy.
Cbpt. Hothwell, who has been super
intending the work at the old .Hurley
quaxry, informs n that operations have
beeos temporarily suspended, awaiting
the arrival of Willard 8. Poie, presi
dent of the company, and Charles S,
Little. ' managing director, who are
expected at any time.., Some very fine
blocks of stone have been taken out for
their inspection, and there is no doubt
that the qarry will pe operated in the
spring. In ' the mean time it is their
intention to -further test the property
with a diamond drill. The company is
a strong one financially, and if the stone
proves satisfactory the probabilities are
that the .quarry ' will be extensively
kworked the coming year. .
The board of county canvassers were
iu session, on .Tnesday. The changes
,Bcade from tho '.table published last
week are so slight that it is unnecessary
;tc give the official figures. By an error
we credited Arvot with only 22 votes
for Winans while it should have been
33. As the totalis were carried out
properly (his error did not . effect the
majorities as published. Theie were
eight prohibition tickets voted in
L'Anse, two .in iLrvon and one in
John Calhoun, a half-witted half
bros.1 boy about eighteen years old was
sentenced by Justice Mason to ninety
days ti the county jail, last Monday,
for larceny. His orime was stealing a
couple of watches and between $5 and
10 iu fluoney from Otto Johnson and
another young man who were boarding
with John Sand. Calhcun would pro
bably have ' been ' sent to the ' reform
school if he had been a few years
The Opening Ball,
The opening of the town hall, which
event was celebrated by a . grand ball,
last Tuesday evening, wae.ejijoyed by a
large portion of the resident population
of L'Anse as well as a large number
from Baraga, Pequaming and Hough
ton. To Bay they all had an .enjoyable
time would be drawing it mild ; it was
undoubtedly the best party' we have
had here for several years. Tho music,
which was furnished by the Houghton
Silver Cornet Band, was an attractive
feature, and for danoe musics something
of a novelty to our people. This . band
is one of the best on the Upper Penin
sula. ' i ' ,
Dancing was kept up from 9 o'clock
until after midnight when supper was
served, visitors being given the first
tables on account of there fceing too
many present to be seated at once. The
snpper was a most elegant spread for. a
public ball and one that speaks well for
the ladies who had the matter in charge.
After all had been served Mr. J. B.
Smith, supervisor, who had much to do
with the building of this handsome and
substantial structure, was called to the
roxtium and made a few timely remarks,
und was followed by Mr. J. Q. McKer
nun. After which dancing was again
returned and kopt up until early morn.
', Among those who were in attendance
from outside tho county maybe men
tioned : Messrs. Irving Sturgis, J. C.
Harris, A. J. Buhl, Frank Kroll and
Jag. Pryor, Misses Allie ' McKernan,
Fanny Harrip, and MiBS Gardner, Mr.
and Sirs. Wortley, all of Houghton,
and Miss Hattio Neater and Miss Johns,
of Marquette, and Mr. J. O. Bayome,
of Iron Mountain. . v . '.
' The expenses of the ball were neces
sarily very large ; but they will be cover
ed by the sale of tickets and there will
be something left over toward the pur:
chase of a suitable flag for the hall.
One' unfortunate feature connected
with the party deserves some explana
tion. . We" refer to the absence of ball ,
program. . Not having suitable ones in
stock, and the ball having been gotten
up on short notice, we were compelled
to order by express from Chicago, but ,
though some delay they did not arrive .
until the day ' following the dance.
However, the dancers got along very
well without them, but' this omission
will not occur again through any fault
Of OUrS. , ";' "!
Taking everything into consideration
the "opening was a great suooess ,
.;. ' Obituary. .
. Thomas Welsh; the youngeit broCr
of Mr. Luko Welsh, of this place, d d
at Lake Linden, ou Saturday, Nov. fe,
1690, aged 43 years. Although he 1 id
beon Indisposed for some time his 11
neui was not considered sorious'unti a
short time before his decease occurr d,
and was only confined to his bed ah ut
a week. '' .' .' .
- He was attended in his last illness by
his brother Lnke, who hod tho remans
conveyed to thu place and interred in
our villago oouictery. The soryi tea
were conduotcd by tho Ho v. Fatior
Schclhamer and wore attended by many
sympathising friends from this county'
and other pnrta of tho peninsula of
which he hod been a resident for rojro
than forty years. lie Vas unmarried,
and the only immediate relatives sur
viving him are his widowed mother,' his
brother Lnhe and half-brother Mr.
Doran, of Duluth.
Merchants desiring holiday advertise
ments in the Sentinel will got better
and more attractive displays by getting
orders in early. ' t . "-.
' Menominee range pooiii uro advoca
ting the formation of a new county
composed of the eastern i art of lion
and the western part of Menominee
counties. .It is not unlikely that On
tonagon connty will be cut in two by
the next legislature. ' ; , - ( ;
If you don't, want to have ultimate
trouble cure your catarrh now by using
Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. It cost but
25 ctjnts. '.
Ono lip (its mothor's) for the" well
baby in day-time, t About 700 laps of
the bedroom lloor at night for the
happyCVy father unless he has ' Dn
Bull's lJuby Synip to easethe little
sufferer. ( V
Andy Wahl, Sr. left for the woods
.Wednesday. , 4"
Mr. W. C. Hehard returned from
Can&di Saturday lait.
' Hon. Chas. Hebard made a visit to
.the copper country this week. - ,
The Scandinavian fair v a-t held here
Saturday and Monday last, and was a
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hebard and
Master Morgan leit for Philadelphia
lot t Monday.
There is talk among tho boys of
having a dance. Why don't they got a
move on them? ,
Th e propeller Charles Hebard and
consorts left here Tuesday for below
with the last cargoes for 1890. . .'t
' Death visited us again "tliis. week.
The six-year old son of Ludwig Nelson
died on the 12th and funeral reivicei
were held on tho '13th, Ilev. G.'A.
Stordo,. lutheran patorof Ishpeming,
ofliciating. . '
A number of yon;ig folks hired the
yacht Allenton and took in the opening
or the u Aiiae town ball, I uesuay eve
ning, an1 njoved themselves, but the
next d ty the looks were that they
nau lost sleep.
iejj Ua(oi78, ;
Bigs furnished on short notice with
' ' or without driver.
Dray diid Baggage Line
C. Johnson, prop.
Front or Lk SU L'ANSE, MICH,
Orders left at my office for transport
ation of bagg.igo or hauling will receive
prompt attention Will call at resi
I An Mail Lms with Electrio Ltfhted and
Bteam Heatwl, VeBtibnled Trains between
Cbicaro, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minn
esDolia. . -:
fiAirt-CoirnirnrrAL Kotits with Klectrls.
Lighted and Bteam Heated Vest! bu led.
Trains between Chicago,' Council Blaflk,
Omaha or St. Paul and the Facifle Out.
Das at Nattoiul Rnrra between Chloagc,
Kansas Citv and St. Jonenb. Mo. '
67MMiLsor ReASreachinK all prlnolpal
points in lliinoia, Wisconsin, Jiinneeou,
Iowa. Missouri and Dakota.
Ton Maps, Tims Tablu, rates of passat
ana ireigat, etc., apply to tne nearent
station agent of the Cuicaoo, MfLWAO
ni it Br. Pa pi, Kailwat. er to any
nallaoad Afrent anywhere In the World.
IU CILLER, A. V. II.CAIU'ENTFIU
uenerai Manager, um'l l'ass. and TicK-
' et Afrt. ,
y-For Information tn reference tLd
nd Towns owned by theCHicAoo, ItfLVA
xs 4 8t. avu Railway CoifFAav writ
If. O. Hatuten, Land CouimiMionek. AlU
WSUAt J icons'" , , ;
J. . B. BELANOLIl, 1'rop;, ,LAuse,
Mioh. . Transient and Regular Board
era will find good accommodations at
this house. Good clean rooms and
A first-cliss bar in connection with
tho hotiHo where may bo had the
choicest Wines, Lienors and Cigars.
Timber Estimates :
NI ISKUKMATION' ON .
Brills R. R. . aal Ayers Estate
furnished on rca.onablo terms, by
J B W3THEY
RosiJonco N. W. Soc. 3.1. T'p. 48 tf.,
R. 37 W. ,11. R. Station either Kenton
or Trout Creek. T. O. address Trot
Creek, Ontonagon Co., Mich. ' ,
L'ANSE, AR VON,
A. BOIYIN, Proprietor.
Recula! daily nmil utao leaves L'AN8K
tt 1:1ft p. m. for AKVON and HKANKK.
Ketiir.itna it leaen 8ICANKH ut .r::l a in.
and AKVO.V at 7:00 a. m., arriving at
L'AW8Kt H a. iu.
' An accoiiimotlation singe will leave
1,'ANSK immediateiv after the arrival of
the evening I ruin wl enever tbore are paas
eiiKeiu lor ARVUN and bKANK!C.
I? THE TIME
to look after the house. ' Beforo the
f come, get a good
and above ull do not
FOICKT THE BED,
for there is whore every, ono wants rest
und plenty of time to rest in, so do not
forget that I have the same. '.
W. J. Van Klceck,
153 Washington st. Marquette,
THE CHICAGO AND
OVER 7,000 MILES
Of ttael track In Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin,
Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Dakota
and Wyoming, penetrates the Agricultural,
Mining and Commsrrial Centres of the
WEST AliD NORTHWEST.
The Unrivaled Equipment of the Line
' embraces Sumptuous Dining Cars, New
Wagner and Pullman Sleepers, Superb
day Coaches and
FAST VESTIBULED TRAINS
Running direct between Chicago, St Paul
and Minneapolis, Council Bluffs and
Omaha, connecting for Portland, Denver,
San Francisco and all Pacific Coast Points.
ONLY LINE TO THE BLACK HILLS
For Ttekm, lUtet, Map. Tlm TihlM n4 1 nil
Information, prly to tuy Ticket Attest or 4
Atom tbo Qcn'l fiuiengor Accnt, Cbluago, lu.
j.itwsinujj, B.0.WICUS, x.t.miaM,
OsasnaXaustn TiiZiiUpfti. QisiruaAct.
Cgtadlighcd 1 G57.
A third of a century of experience
and progressive improvement is rep
resented in THE LEADER LINE
of STOVES and RANGES". '
The. line embraces an extensive
variety of - Ranges, Cook 5 to vis
and IUatino. Stovxa for bard coal,
soft coal and rood. ,
They are all nodeb ' cf perfect
modern stove construction, and meet
every knows requirement cf the vlzh
for which they are intended. '
c:iix:3 a c:::i c;:::
THE X'ANSE ,SEI,.,. ,
VoL.lL LaAfiT, L. ,incif, 8ATUUDAT, 0VEJIBM IS, ICC). , E3.3.
JOB J II III Till G
IF YOU WHNT
; , ' BILL HEADS.
. HAND BILLS,
BLANK CHECKS. - - "
' '.r : ORDERS,
, ; RECE1TTS,
V 4 '"rASirilLETS,
MOURNING CARDS, . : .
, INVITATIONS, ;
. ' - 'PASSBOOKS.
Or anything in the line of ooinmerolal
job printing, leave your ordor at the
Sentisel office. Onr work is always
neatly and promptly executed an! oar
prices will, compare favorably with
those of any other print shop on tho
P. RUPPE a sow,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DM GOODS, CLOTHMGy
((( Hats and Caps, Doots and Shoos. )))
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, :
W Keep Ca&ata&tly on Hand a Jb"nll Bnpplyof
Lime; Hair. Cement, Land Planter
AS WELL AS FULL LINE OP
I'ron, Nails, Steel, Etc., Ete;,
We hare Just received fall liassf
. ' GoCna and s stack cf Geaeral
Goods noedad La this lins,-! '.
Oau. at UoZIillax's Livrxi Criria
C.lcr. Jllan c Or.:: zs.
Ths f.EXnifXL clr
nearly ten years old. I Maf. , no aiAltr
and can tereforejpaptVt Unoe u
the. only medium
ture of Baraga
throngh which ad
verthters oan reach
the people of tiiis
nounty . and -. ths
hundreds of thr'fty
oountv. It is here
to stay. IU aim if
to give its readeis
the local news fron;
all parts of tlie
oonntv; to promoUi,,fitorJ While
the developni"nt of
tin 1h true onr ratesi
are lower than thosa
usually charged by
other local rapersj
the material res.nr
oes of th" contttv,
and to asfliht in the
advanoflment of all
"ntrpriss in which
the poople have an
The Sextisfx i
an unswerving ad
vooro of Mi princi
ple that the pn'iH
loma'n is the herl
face of the poj1.
and that all aprricnl-
of qnal circulation.
1 ue rigidly ex
ulnde from our local
fiaees nil oWipi,
ottery or other ad
vert i e in e n t a of
ulthontrh at a iom of
Koverul hnndrnl dol
lars every year to oe.
Uflnu; tans oirefal
in the ionertiou of
tnrat pnblio land
i,ii,. ,i:the atlvitiemenU
for actual sutlers; of,lo1 d
it Is nppoml to the ffitwteoa-
.. B m . IIAt.ll. til t.UtA KW.
arraimng oranotiieri'""' . " ;
acre to corporations
or cartitalixM wheMv
or nmVr tho crn'se
of rail rood . Tor
Mons or BolMer's r
other nrln. , D
crivei all ihn nws
relatinar to ths pnb
Ho ls"d of intrrat
tinkl, huvo a groat
j.v vuliifl. Da tint
advertise to "help
the edit or.". -It
i1ie-'nt pav. '
Kind reader, whea
you wont to ouy
ctHHls l'H)K over
the robunnu of the
to Ilonieatoadoi a
Hf.tixfx. . If rou
It will ever be fonnd . tr"K'uT'
on the side hf ti.e "'rnk of .l 16 ,Wler
homentea.ler is hi4mVftUV0H,M'16tl0,l
stniprle to maintain rR"1,,fl
his rights againnt !,e H"
greeay iana snarKj rtJJ(1 to tl.e
Kind ; reAflers '" times, nd itdooant
sncli a paper worth v to deilI vixJl 0n9
of your support ? , I tha!. J(Jlt.ti
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