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jr. S. Gov't Report, Aug. ij, Ifs
Highest of all in Leavening Powers
G:ol L!il ftrilro Tio To
Fiva Mars Per Acre.
Mild climate: fertiLi lands; all, the
t U. n,1 vorvnt&Ulna: ffood nub
Cruiw. limn. p- "f- " .r . '
i '.M.nnl and low taxes. Write to
tlie undersized nt M
for particulars and lints of land for sale.
' n Mt.u;nnAf nf Acrriculture , und
; JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
The Short Line fot the South,
.. Rnnthwest and West. . '
wankee. with the O M. ' .... th,
COl.ln Central ny . .-
fJS ! Pittsburgh
0.30 a m
.bop next to Canada Hotel. Baraga, j
' Horse Blowing ft' Bpeoialtj. repair
ing promptly attended to- Oive me a
of all kinds done with dispatch.
Impairing and trimming top .Buggies
' a specialty,
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-((nr" ''7 KeepaLimeH
G.45 p m
- . . in in ii v ni
i!reon nr. i. in 11 .04 m
i it uiw ...
Milwaukee -''XX "
WvVlroV. kouiTlaln. 11.25 a m
do Cluclnnatl ....
do St. Ikiuis ....
do Kannas wiy.
..10.00 p in
.. 3.60 a m
7.'31 a m
M 7.15 am
... 7.30 a ni
... fi.05 p in
7.00 a nt
3.30 a i
7.30 p in
7.35 p m
. 7.30 a m
8.65 a m
, J1UV.-'" HKKm m
Ar. Kockland - fg in.
f H idMW "'.rb 3.C0 p. m. a 0.30 r- n.
Lt. a nw ......... , 1 1 .45 1. m.
it 00 n. iii. 12.30 p.m.
b Dailv ex. Sunday and Monday a Mon
day only. . . ,
. l ... rM.an.nlnn tf Mil
riukee and C. ca.Ro. aUo 1 3 f
Cl.lci.gO. . LOUS, . f.-rintive
Map", ratw ino ,,":. ;..
matter furnished upon application to any
B. P. WIm. TravellnK ra' enU
Boom 7, .u.. - MJclu
Subscriptions received for all Newspaper.
and Magazines at puoiini "
no more or less.
i Pad Jute Harpers, aii Frait
Leslie's on .ale eacb week. Tickings
from Puck, fifth Crop arrived ,
this week. . ' . . .
v .iniiri e
5 AND lO ttr i .
and the LATEST booke always in stock.
and a fine line of Toilet Soap. ,
FINE LINE OF WRITING TAB
LETS AND BOX PAPER.
Figs, Apples, and Nuts, and Puro
Cream Candies always on hand.
M- an I M -s. Collyer have gonohome
for the winter. .
George. Minni has' returned from
his trip to Detroit.
1 Mrs., Jamfls Bowcrman is visiting
friends in Wipeming. .
-r f vl.tnrrrft.r.llflr WaS In
town acrain this week. ; .
r- Hi TtTran and MlBS Cook, of
Crystal Lake, vwitcdin town this week.
Mrs. Lapp, the vuancoc
v. j t - .i5ar.ii nt trooAa in T. H. Mo-
Grith's window this week. ?: ;
CNeil, the tailor from Detroit, was
n town this week trying to induce the
boys to invest in new garments.
The wa a little dance at the rink last
Monday evening which was fairly, well
attended and much enjoyed by ; the
participants. ' . , ' ; ' : ;
Quite a number of our citiaen. at
tended the ball at L'Anke, Tueflday,
and announce a sp'endid timo, the sup
per coniin g in for special praise.
rr Itipim PaTROSS. -Ir. E.
tt r,mai.. Km been appointed collec
tor for the Sentinel at Baraga and b
authorized to collect all bills piuceu u.
birt bands and receipt for name:
It is said that there is to l-e anotner
i: - l.nm nfurtod here in Baraga,
There has been more failures in that
tw,lrlin of busineHS than in any
other that has been started here, but
. to iiuionra20 new as-
11 QOf UUI ocoiu w w
r.irn.nts. . ..
Hnma fellow broke into Jas. MeMa-
, . Timri1av nicrht and took
n from the till. MoMahon
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L,i m.fU to make a respectable man
Lt f a lnr who at the ace of ten or
..ia ..nn in orivon to smoaiog,
co chewing, beer drinking, and the
ui,;l n. nf nrofane language. oa
x .rolit to narents. .Thfly
maybe "tough" but tuey are nu uw-
boys which they migns uave ueu.
they had proper home training.
T i M W A K ,
SGREEN DOORS, 4fc WINnOWSi
STOVES and RANGES;.
PORTAGE EN TRYV
A First Class TIN SHOP In Connection.
II. M. Hoar, of Honghton, is ira
looking after his interests.
John TomlinBon, Jr., and family ,eft
here last week for Louisville, lty.," ,and
will return in the spring, .
rwvnr Vuill for our Bohool house
v auo " , ,
has arrivad, and it is expected to-be in.
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position and ring lor cuurcu
first time next isunaay morning.. .
SupL'P. B. Parker and family., left
here reoenUy forifanesville, Wi, ylier
they will make a short stay. . Auefc mr
tend to spend the winter in we bouwi.
J. A. White, principal of ou sofcool
received the sad intelligence of hia
father's serious illneBS, and. .left foi
lower Michigan to give bioa hia..poson,'
al attendance. ,
Election passed off very quietly bare,
linrr 95 votes east. , Tbcj most
txeitement was on the contest for sheriff
ov.,1 ,.mir,fv treasurer. For.. thauer
office Miller got 70 votes ana a.w
L. Ilennes, our popular merchant, is
nftnr the wants of hi customers
judging by the supply of go.oda h has
been getting in recently, xie is j
ftlKMit 20 from the tul. . juoaiaiwu uonoraoie ueaier ami u"o..vj
strongly suspected a certain individual, extemuve patronage he is geitingv
ma Wm. and ad-1 , . 1 -
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MM for Yoitr M
jep lour. Feet Waim, . Torar Head Cool,
t . 1 , 1 - I T a
; . anai JJeiy tne) lJCTOLor.
We have just purchased'the stock of goods from S. Kinney and have
added a larger and more complete stock of
Rnch a. BOOTS & SHOES. DRY GOODS and NOTIONS. We propose to do a
We buy for CASH and get the benefit of CASH DISCOUNTS
which benefit we give to our CUSTOMERS. .
GALLAGHER & HILD.
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FULL UN6 OF
Hand, Standing, Bracket,'
HaU and Hanging
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Come and examine our new stock of
mi H r ArM j
V ' Low pricea and latost novelties. ;
J; G. REAL,
ministered to him a severe casf gation
Via next morning.
rri.- .M,wolk on Main street opposite
t Pi,moAT and the market is in a
decidedly sloppy condition owing to its
i.:l-.lnw the level oi me swrt, ii
"'B " . , ' . :-,
consequently receiving an wuiu-b,-
Tr fTiA o.itv fathers don t
--- . An Brvmptbincr 10 Keep I cmeBt Oi
ff.tliev will have to f urnisb Math ew.
stilts for the pedestrians or else have
a few cases of accidental drowning t on
TUmUiio savinc in hew young a
brain a scheme for raising money can
i i Hnn of onr little people,
DO lU'U'W" " " ,
not over eight years of age, was around
trying to collect sums oi mu-;
. flva ronta from any one person,
claiming that she bad been told to do
- foiLflinr. but upon
tion it was found that the teacher had
nothing to do with it, and , the pennies
were gathered up for her own benefit.
Smart child tliat.
A lady whose hunband was employed
i vpW. mill during the earlier pnrt
. .f.rA1 lor intended to
01 Ulw humifu,
start) Monday morning to join lura in
Marquette where he is working1 now,
. i i . orir unddcrn and strong
uui owiub v ' , . , i
"attachment" taken to uer
-i-nr,A of our crooery firms be
was detained tuitne a :u p.
-jjir, miittors. by settling certain
IHljuo, . . .
little bUls of long standing, aner u
.1,. allowed to continue lict way. .
It would not be a Wl thing if those
in authority would take some step tend
ing to abate the hoodlum nuisance here.
doubt, for the
boys to break windows and such oiher
i -v.Wa r.rnrtrtv as they ran find, to
UlDOl-.v l -
tuff up chimneys, bo the owner, thero
- - ,Vnr1 mit when thev start ti e
fire in thetpoming, to cover door hand
les and caseings with flitn, ana to iun
hard bbow bans as pwueo." -"
-.a-hntifc is neither pleasing nor
profitable . for the . victims of ehese
pleasantries, and it does not speak .well
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loreitner tne piwuw j n
- tnr thnlown officers mho- will
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permit such things to be dooen-ght
-o5rbt. with no apparent effort to
stop ' them. Aside from the .deeds
mentioned it.is impossible ior awomnu
to pass a group of these' toys without
v: i,Vo at the bbetne and pK-
JXHj iaw v " '
fane language, which ia thoir common
conversation, langnace wmcn even ue
lowest loafeis are not supposed to use
except when, under ,the excitement.; of
liquor", but )ich these boys use with
itnm. irained bv lone and constant
. Mni, Albert. Smith, pf. L'Aik. is a
mii-st at Mr. Kelsoy's... v " ....
Mrs. Wm. JohnnonM ot. Chassell,
called on friends here last .wgA.
ivf i Flossio Bishop, of. L'Anso, the
her menu, Jiusa umuin
virA Valev took hM. departure on
Monday for his home at Webtwood,
Mich., to spend the winieu. -
hor of the voung folks attend
ed the ball at L'Anso, Tuwday evening
and all speak ol.a acugiwani uuw.
Duluth,, South Shore
. & Atlantic . Ry.
"ZENITH.CITY SUOKT LINE."
DiVw i rrtuLe betwem the east. outln
eatst aivl the greai twrlhwest, and
to all point on the uauth
thore of Lale Superior,
(BTJBXCX TO CHAaOK WITUOTO NOTXia)
Trains LaneLAii8e nsTollonar
10 nm LOCAL PA8SKN0KR,. except
.14 II U 111 Swxlay, f-r Neftorla,onuect
vrw r,",ihg al tiiat point with faiit ex
Tjrirtia, to which is attached
wajrner sloeper, lor uuiuin
' and intermediate points. -Con-
.1 . i...ll Inla
.' in the west and ouU west.
.r 00150 ABT' '
n OC ikM EXPRESS MA1U daily, for
H .1J flJlI. MicliiKsiiniie. Cliamplon.
j uv , iwh Han,ll(H, Republic iHhpein
. ing. Nejaiinee, Marquette,
Fault 8te. MurVa, Ht. Ignaca
and intertnmllHVa poinw. coa
necting at Mackinaw City with
the Midiipim CtrntTal and
Grand Rupi'UA Indiana rail
voad for all points in lower
XI n1.t... K. uu nl a.iilS.
cars from Marquettu te Detroit
LOCAL r-ASSKSOKIS. exeetv
. ChaiiipUn, RfcpnMl, lslipeni-
- liitonuwliate Kiints. . .
Train IrrlT al Ii'ne aa Ifelloww
riaM thb KAst:
111 ti . LOCAL PA8SENQKIC. exerpt
11 l03.Ll.Hnday. froM .Marquette and
HXPRES3 MAIL, dally, from
leiroii, oi. 'S'""."'
Marie and intermediate points.
THOU THE WEBf.
practice. Thy crowd into', the post- - pASSKNOKR, except Sunday,
offioe at maU time to the exclusion of J) 3.Q,rrm Uuluth and Intermediate
v1.a b.v Iporitimar business polnU. ;
there, and push and crowd their elder. o. ntk table Md other inform
around with a rudeness and effrontery IW - - TttR'RA'RT
r.!u nti. would not be W F. FrroK. 0. B. HIBBAKp,.
rn.oAi 'i hnv maite vwr iumux "
ia the Place to get the- Gooda, , and at such low prices, that
it will a&lr nish yon. , ; ,
; " TItere is iast.-.beingi pe' .ied up a' complete line of
iflZCOJL- SI ,GER7VvKN. SOOICS,
MMen'S and hJQy a e Jt-'acKS, men s, ovy a,
Iiadica', , and Chil dren's Rubbers, Etc,,
wl ich. -withe sola cheap. Call ami . examine the Goods before going elsewhere
Your Aid Jous to Please,
LOTHi IMG EADQU ARTERS
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Efts reoeiwdi tie largest stock ever in Baraga County of the following goode 1
Overcoats, Pea Jackets, Suits,
Single Pants, Boots, Shoes, Rub
bers, Hats, Caps, Gloves, ; Mittens,
1 Qvershirts; Underwear, Neckwear
,t ' -t-i ,
German Socks, Trunks, Valises,
AND MOST EVERYTHING IN
Which are two nnmerona to mention.; j The, took' hae teen carefully ::..
. . ... s iu.'.. ii. - nr. tn.r than tha lowest. Call ci
U Biyio wa nuiiuuw mo i..v. - . . , .
' - get the prieee before purcbtrlai elsewkrr. ,
WM. KITZ U also prcyirei to sell to Zcfitn tA Crr--..:.! tK, .
; T:olasle Prices. It wiU x j jciliC.: " ' .
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