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Gd U:!' Ttr ita fa T fin DJlkn Per Atre. . Virffinin weloome ootd immbrranta. tlild climate: fertile lands; nil the coo. frniU and regelahlea; good pub lie school. td low taxes. Write to t!i nnderired st - ( RICHMOND VA.. for particnlera anl liats o( lind for sale. THOMAS WHITEHEAD CommiMiioDer of Agriculture un -' Immigration. - P ! ' gAXUXL h."fHc2." " .JUSTICE OF THE PEACE O: hours from 7 to 9 p. m CARAGA, L S, MICH Hilwaukee Northern EAILBM1). The Short line for the South, ' Southwest and Weatt Connecting In the Union Depot at Mil Wankve wltli tbeO.. M. A St. l and Wis CiHiMin Central Ky's, at Chicago with the C. V. A Bt. i. Chicago A Alton. Chicago, Bur lington. A Quincy, Httabnrgli, Kort Wayne A Chicago, l'htehnrgh. Clnciiinctl A St. tMiis, and Chicago, Bt. Louis A Pittsburgh Uy'e. . . " ,' Lear Champion ... ...... . a m 4.4.1 p m Arrive Iron Mountain-11.29 a m .4 p ni . lo Marinette...... ... 2. 15 iu 9 28 p in do Menominee ....... 2.23 p in fl.35 p m do Ft. Howard 2.4 p.m I0.JI5 p n do reen Day.......... 2.60 p in 10 45 p in do Depere ... 3.05 p in 11.04 p in do 1'lvnionth 5.03 p ni 1.1 do Milwaukee ......... 7-00 p in 8.25 n ' d ChieaKO....M..t.10.00 p lit 7.01 a in do lnUna point ..... 5.55 a hi 3..10ani do Cincinnati ......... 7.20 a in 6.1oi m rto Jxulvllle .... . 7.15 a m 7.80 p m do Bt. liOtiia ............ 7.80 a m 7.85 p m do Omaha 8.05 p in 7.30 ant da Kennas City C.45pnt 8.55 am ONTONAGON 111UNC1I. Lr. Ontonagon, m 8.55 a.m. Ar. Kockland ........................ 0.40 a. in. At. Rlltw ..... 11.55 a ni. I.r. fMrfnew......'. b 8X0 p ni. a 0.80 p. m. Ar. Kockland........ 8.15 p. m, 1 1. 45 p. in. Ar. Ontonagon....... 6 00 i. in. 12.30 p. in. , b Dally ex. Uunday and Monday, a Mod- day only. ,' Pnlliuan sleepers from Champion to Mil waukee and Chicago, atao liKllanapolia, t'incinnaii, 1onUville, Bt. UmiIk. Omaha, anil Kaiutns City. Vestibule! trains between Chicago. Ht. IjouIs, Kansas City and Omaha. M&. mtea. time table and descriptive matter fiinilhed npoir application to anv railroad ticket agent or .... W.B. BUKA.UDOWN. fl.P. A T. A.. Milwaukee. Wis. . C. P- Wltaoa. TniTellng Pawifnger Agent, JUmiii 7, National JUnk Block, Martinet te, Mich. Wo hare jost purchased the stock of goods from S. Kinnej and hays) ' , added n larger and more complete stock of ' Booh as BOOTS & SHOES, BUT OOOD3 and NOTIONS. We propose to do a We bar for CASH and get the benefit of OA8H DISCOUNTS which benefit we give to our CUSTOMERS. : t GALLAGHER & HILD. FULL LING OF Hand, Standing, Bracket, , ' ..y;:5a ;-..w '. Hall and Hanging. s .Lamps. .f ' " .-.Mr.,,-. - I Come and examine our new stock Jjow prices and latest novelties. J. G REAL, 11 . BLjiGniiiiji,. hop next to Canada Hotel, Earsca, Mich, ; 'Vy C,'-'- Horse showing a specialty. Repair ing prompt attended to. Giro me a Harness Shop. Harness, Collars, Whips. - Sweat Pads. of all kinds done with dispatch. Repairing and trimming top Baggies a apeoiait j. ' Carl Schmellinq BHRKCH DEPOT. Subscriptions recetred for all Newspapers ' and Magaiines at publisher's rates, . no more or less. Pcct JDflii Harpers, ani Frani Leslie's on sale each week. .Tiokings from Tack, fifth Crop arriTed this week. . 5 AND 10 CENT NOVELS, and the LATEST books always in stock. IVORY,- SOPOLIO and a fine line of Toilet Soap. FINE LINE OF WRITING TAD LETS AND DOX PAPER. JaKMOIIS, Figs, Apples, and Nats, and Pure Cream Candies always on hand. HARRY CODOINGTON. of . 0: : r ' Q. J ' BUSINESS (?? -.. J ' . - -y, ,0 .' 'J :6 BARAGA. Mr. James Landraj Is confined to the house bj aerere attack of quinsy.' Mr. and Mrs. John Funke spent Monday and. Tuesday in Hancock. : The man suspected of breaking into McMahn's building last week; waa ar rested, but waa discharged aa not enough eridence was brought against him, for conrictlon.' Mr. Powers returned to Baraga last Sunday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Powers. All his Baraga friends are united in wishing the newly , wedded pair much happiness. To otm Babaoa Patboss. Mr. E. H. Ormsby haa been appointed collec tor for the Sextikei. at Baraga ' and is authorized to collect all bills placed in his hands and receipt for same. Venison, from this time out, will be cooked a la otution, and eaten with secrtcy accompaniments, las it would be deer-meat, in a rariety of ways, if the gallant hunters should come within j range of our game-warden, who has a remarkably "good eye for sportsmen. Last Monday afternoon 25 Swedes came to town via Foot & Walker's line. from Hill Creek. They were a part of a much larger gang who came from Minneapolis to work-in Nester'a camps, out on the new diriaion, but after reach ing there, 25 of them decided they did not want to work in the woods, and came on to Baraga, -t Otto' Berg ia finishing up his build ing on South Main st. It is rumored that it will be used as a saloon when completed. If this rumor is true, it will no doubt be greeted with acclamations of delight as filling a long felt want; for we only hare fourteen saloons now, for our three hundred voters. Tuesday morning, a man by the name of Matt Meed went into John Mcin tosh's saloon and walking np to the bar presented a loaded revolver at John's head and demanded some money. Mo In tosh at first thought it waa a "bluff" but a good look at the man convinced him to the contrary, and under the cir cumstances : he considered discretion the better part of valor, and handed oat the money. After 'the man went out Mclntooh went for a warrant and bad him arrested, on a ohaige of assault with intent to kill, and he was bound over to the circuit court for triaL He is now supposed to be in jail at L'Ahae. Laat Friday night as Harry Codding ton waa Ukiog a last look around his premises before final departure for the night he disoovored a man trying to force an entrance into the Jbu'Iding through the rear window. Coddington called for assistance, to help capture the bnrglar, and was answered by Uollister. who was passing, but the roan took the alarm and made his es cape, but not before he was recognized. Coddington had him arrested the next morning, and in default of bail he waa sent, to jail to wait the next term' of court. He didn't care about waiting however, so -made an , exit from that comfortable but somewhat confining institution last Tuesday. PEQU AMINO. r . Hon. Chas. 3ebard left Monday noon for the eaat. . : . Mr, John E. Young was with us short time this week. . .' Major W. K. Haviland paid a visit to the copper country Thursday. Mr. W. 8. Uebard is now occupying the place of his brother Arthur in the ofiioe. : ..'''":):. y,iy. The tug D. L. Hebard brought a mft in Wednesday and has gone again for another., y " . ". . The weather being so pleasant the prospects are that our ; mills will run along into Deoember. - The Steamer City of DulutU called here with freight Wednesday morning. This is her last trip for the season. Rev. Mr. Bartlett preaiding elder of Marquefte, will preach here Sunday next. Don't forget your P. B. Rev. Mr. Halliday wCl be away filling Rev Mr. Thompson's pulpit at Uanoook. From the appeiranoe of our young sters it would seem like a Sullivan, and Cmlih matoh. The trouble seems to be j4l a boyLh natnre,'.ca4 aftet , hariaj a carpeting and promising never to do as ) A. J A merry Christmas I" is the cheery greeting shining from every page of that Ideal monthly, Demoreet's Family Magazine, .the December number of which a genuine holiday number is just at hand. . What one will not know about preparing for Christmas, about trimming the tree and suitable gifts and good cheer and how to heartily enjoy the merry Christmas-tide, after reading this charming Magazine ia not worth knowing. "Lighting the Way for Santa Claua" ia the very appropriate intre dnotory water-color, the rich humor of which will be highly appreciated by the. little ones and "children of a larger growth" as well; and the page engrav ing the following, "Raphael Painting the Viagin and Child, " is from a noted painting, and will be appreciated for its historic value as well as its beauty, Besides these, there are at least -two hundred and fifty other handsome illus tration, for this Family Magazine is not ed for the quantity and and good quail ty of its pictures. "In the Streets of Paris" is a profusely illustrated article, in reading whioh one is in fancy tran sported to that eharming city; and if one prefers to visit nearer home,, the description and exquisite pietnrea of the, Washington residenoo of, Senator Sawyer, of Wisconsin, afford a revels tion of beaty. There are splendid stories and poems, and every department is brimful of just what yon want to know in its special line. "Sanitarian"! tracts of that aad affliction "Obesity," and) the common-sense treatment recommended ii bound to be efficacious ; and "Owr Girls" will be delighted with the eoaa- edietta in their special department Bnt our advice is, subscribe for this splendid Magazine, and you can bore a rare treat eoch month. It is only f 3 a year, and ia published by W. Jexsbtos Dkmobe8T, 15 East Uth 8treet New York. , To enjoy good health, aim to alwavs have abundant sleep; this can generally be seevred by management, unless vou nave a crying baby, in which ease Dr. Ball's Jiaby Syrup will greatly asbtst. Reduced Rates to Chcsto . On aooount of the American Horse Show 'and the - American Fat Stock Show to be held in November, the Chieigo, & North-Western Ry to., will on frequent dotes sell excursion tickets to Chicago and return at reduced rates. For full information relative to rates and dates of sale apply to agents C. & N.W. R'y. Dultith, South Shore & Atlantic Ry. "ZENITH CITY SHORT LINE." Direct route between the eaat, $out!i- eaut and the great northeet, and ; to all point on the outh , shore of Lake Superior. (SVBJXCT TO CHAKQK WITHOtJT KOTICE.) Trains LeaTeL'Aateai Fell rwi OOIK0 WEST .' 11 till I'OCAL PA88ENGER. except W 1U V,UU eunuay, i-r rsesiona. connect ln tl..f r.., - ' lress, to which Is attached Wanner sleeper, for Duluth ' and intermediate points. Con iiectinKStUnluth lor all point in in west anu soutuwest. v OOIRO SAST . , ID KXPKESS MAIL, dally, for Micmicsmme. ciiampion HutMboldL Keitublln. IhIiimiu ', Ing. Neiratinee. Marouette, ,, 8au It 8te.. Marie. Ht. Ignace and lutermaftiHte ointa. con liectlnaatMackinawCitv with the Mlchixnir Centeral and OrandKanidsA Indiana rail. mad for all points In. lower m icnifsn. the east and sotitu east Warner Mlace sleenlm : : cars from alartiieitte Detroit ,. wiinout ciiange. MM LOCAL PASSENGER, except y.U o"naay, lor . Micniirauinie, 1 1 s '' Inn. Negaunee, Marqnette and .. iiitertnediata points. Trains ArriT at L'Aaae as Follewsi . ' ; ' FROM TBS BAST! , 11 Kl n LOC.iL TABSEXOEK. except HtlV-t. jtOU"Qr '"" Juinimnn uu inveruieawe puinia. C nr .r KXPItE.3 MAI! dally, from D-IJ 13 Li netrolt, Kt. Ign.oe, 8ault eta. ' llarte ani intermeaiais points vtaOHTH WItTi . . . ' ' P l- . VtUlCWniCR. axeent fliinHav. lI'lJ 8 Dnv'n Duluth and luterniedlate points.'-',.;, v. "llFoi rates, time table aad other Informa tion, arpty to ucxei ajenw. Vf. Fitch, C. B. UIBBABD, . Cta'l 3.'ana-er. G. F.AT.A. I? 1 K Keeps Lime. Hair, Flows, Wagons, Faints. Oils. Also A Full Eiae Qt Anti-Runtiiig TDM W SCREEN DOORS, & WINDOWS 9 STOVES and RANGES. A First Class TIN SHOP In Connection. HUGH N-BSBITT. look Out for Keep Tour Feet Warmi Tour Head Cool, and Defy eGTji'SB Is the Flaoe to get the Goods, and. at suoUdow prices, that . it will astonish you. ' There is just being opened up a complete line of JflOOL- St CER7VOTN SQCKS, Men's and Boy's Shoe Packs, Men's,. Boy's, Ladies', and Cniildren's.Rulibers, Etc,, which will be sold cheap. Call and examine the Goods before going elsewhere Yours Anxious J. Ji WtVi.- KIT ofthe BR A Q A (LCTtllKGEADfJUARTERS Has reoeired the largest stool erer in Baraga County of the following goods : - Overcoats, Pea Jackets, Suits, Single Pants, Boots, Shoes, Rub bers, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens," Overshirts, Underwear, Neck Gorman Socks, Tninlis, Vo?iccD .- :. " ' AND HOST EVERYTHING IN . . .:;.' LUMBERMEN'S SUPPLIES Which are two nc:;reus to rses'-loo. Tie stoc3c has been cartfally c.!::Ul iastyls iadc,rci:-c3ter"J trsliwcrtian tLsbwe-.t. CiU tzl ' W2I. EIT2 U t!ao irzz ir:l t rl t r..l:ra iLl C. jCj I ' r Wtclcls Ttizzx If Zl rtj j;t3 ht : " -;' t T i m m A Tour W! the Doctor.. to Please, TeORBSr;. Q agUu, went away rejoicing. '