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FtRHT Mkthoi.iht Episcopal CHl KCir. .Sin Mt. Ui-v. .1. i ii..iii.uv tv.wt,.i. rcjuhlng -vry Kubltuth evrnlnjr t7ViH-k. tbbath nchool at II a. in. M. IY (Vjiwfiml ttuprilntaiidrnt. Prayer Hiwtiiig Tuiwlay evenlug at 7 :). Catholic t'limoii.-KatliiT Mielliamcr priest. Low mam in hrld at 7 :oi wry morn ing qimiiK the wwk. Sunday I.pw man at and Hull iiuowat hi:) a. m.and CaUvliUm at8: p. ni. Vei.iH-1 and H nlicllon at 7 p. a. Low niam at 7 p. in. at Arvou the tlrt onuay of every month. ' LANSE AFFAIRS 0. K. 0. ball. v ; Don't forget the O. K. O. ball Jan. 1. D. J. Norton took a trip to Ewen last Wednesday. Look over J. B. Smith's big holiday, ad. this week. Q Charles Ham, of Ishpeming. wo in town Tuesday. . v. Capt. A. O. Both well left Thursday Afternoon for Chicago. F. H. Begole, of Marquette, made ns ft pleasant call Tuesday. Fob Balk: A good heavy work horse. - Enquire at this office. . Will 0. Brown, the cracker and candy man waa in town Wednesday. Mrs. W. L. Mason visited friends at lahpeming the fore part of the week. . Mrs. M. A Power, of Ontonagon, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luke Welsh, this week. Mr. P. G. Banmgartner proved up on frig homestead before Jadge Mason last Monday. J Those who wish to have a good time on New Years evening should attend the 0. K. O. ball. Mrs. M. CGillam left for Denver, Colo., a few days ago, where she ex pects to spend the winter. Fob Sale. Two work teamSj with harnesses. Enquire of . - M. Wallace. Jim Atwood, one of the boys of L'Anse in its early days, was around yesterday calling on his old friends. . Mrs. E. L. Power, of Baraga, visited with Mrs. D. J. Norton Thursday and took in the meeting of the Social Club. Fob Sale. A lot of.new cutters and sleighs, single or double. ' M. Wallace. Mr. Earl Edgerton and family left for Detroit last Wednesday. They will spend the winter in Detroit and the south. The meeting of the county teachers association -will be held today. A very interesting program has been arranged for the occasion.. There has been no sleighing here et, but they have about 18 inches of snow at Arvon and along the line of the Iron Range & Huron Bay R. R. Gust Olander, one of the contractors on the Iron Range & Huron Bay B. B, made us a call Thursday. He reports work progressing favorably on his sec tion. Fob Sale. Two hundred acres of land about three miles south of L'Anse. Pine spruce and hardwood timber. A bar gin for someone. Enquire of S. Kinney. We understand that M. D. Crawford has resigned his position as clerk in P. Brenntn's store to accept one in the insurance office of Wright & Stringer, of Hanoock. We understand fhe company operating -the Hurley stone quarry have taken a .contract to furnish the stone for a church edifice which is to. be erected at lah peming next summer, Fob 8aLE. Railroad construction outfit consisting of 15 dump carts, 25 seta eart harness, tents, shovels, etc Will be sold at a bargain. Enquire of J. B. Smith. Tnere was a slight change made in the time table of the D. S. S. & A. R. B. last Sunday but as the company doesn't appear to care about having its correct schedule published we have not received a copy as yet. V . - Mr. J. E. Young, the former proprie tor of the Sentotel,' took off his coat and helped ns out last . week, doing the ditoral work while the writer rolled up his sleeves and waded into the tax list. Mr. Young is a hustler in the editorial chair as the "oomps" can testify. During the week a collection waa made for the , purpose of providng a Christmas tree and suitable presents for the Sunday school children. Quite A goodly sum was raised which will insure a nioe entertainment for the little ones . . This is truly a remarkable winter. Up iO this (Friday) afternoon we have had HO sleighing to speak of. There in barely enough snow on the ground to encourage some to take out their sleighs, ut meet of the' teamsters prefer using trSM yet. , , . ' '. ' i ',' A telegram was received here the other day by Mrs. Ja. Welsh stating that her daughter, Mrs. Gunnia, ' of West Duluth, was quite so iously ill and requesting her immediate attendance. Being indisposed herself Mrs. ' Welsh has been unable to leave yet. , Judging from the number of boxes of hol.cluj goods being opened out at Norton's drug store Santa Claus must bo expecting a lively trade here this year. Look over Norton's holiday on nouncement in our adveitising columns. Dr. J. II. Hiilyer, C. W. MeFadden. Joa. Lloyd, and his son George, ' all of Duluth, paid a brief visit to this village yesterday. They came from . Newton ville where they had been looking over some sandstone properties in which they are interested. . r Miss Mamie Smith entertained, a cumber of her young iriends at a social party, at her home last evening. Games of various kinds, music and dancing kept the young folks until the "we sum' hours," and all had a most en joyable time. The Silver Star Club was organized at a meeting held at Mrs. M. Gitzen 's, Tuesday evening. The object of the club is to produce some amateur dra matic and musical entertainments during the winter evenings following the holi days. We hope it will prove a suc cess. - . The teacher in ourpublio schools complain, and very justly too, that parents exhibit very little interest in the welfare of the schools and seldom visit them. The pupils would undoubt edly take more interest in their studies if their parents would visit the school room occasionally. No one need be backward about visiting the schools a welcome will always be extended by the teachers. The following is a list of letters re maining uncalled for the month ending November 30th 1800. MrsBell Ampy, Joseph Boisvert (2) Edward Bougie (2,) A. Duncan, J. E. Dobson, John Eliason Eva Dey, Dolphisse Gouthier, M. J. Reidy (2,) John Norby'; Capt Alport Stewart, John Mezzeun, Abraham Os boon, Joe'Legault, Chas. Lafween, Cprille Leflivre, Wilfred Laprode Ed. Thnlick, Minnie Zerbert, Mrs. Dan A. Spiel. ' " ' D. Denomme, P. M. L'Anse, Mich. A citizen of L'Anse recently had a 25 cent local inserted in the Sentinel and as a result sold about $400 worth of property in the next few days Yet some will assort that advertising doesn't pay. We cannot gaurantee that an advertisement will bring a purchaser every time for the simple reason that the thing advertised may not be wanted by anyone within the Sentinel's circula tion at the time, but if the article is wanted by anyone the advertisement will surely bring results. A very enjoyable surprise party was given at the residence of L. A. Colum bus Monday evening in honor of Mrs. Columbus' birthday. The surprise had been concocted by her daughter, Miss Libbie, and was a complete success, Mrs. C. being entirely unsuspicious of any such design until the parlor was getting pretty well filled with, ladies who apparently "dropped in" to make informal calls. ' The evening was occu pied with various amusements until the cloth was laid for refreshments, after which more amusements until a late' hour, when all retired with a hearty good wish for many more like occasions for Mrs. Columbus. The Ontonagon Herald evidently does not relish the idea of having cop per rock hauled to L'Anse bay for treatment and for that reason is not an enthusiastic advocate of the building of a railroad from Ontonagon to L'Anse. It is useless to reason against such blind prejudice, for if any such road is built at all it will be with a view to handling this business as one of its principal sources of revenue, and it isn't at all likely that the mining companies inter ested would be greatly influenced in deciding the location of their stamp mills, if any are built, by what the Herald or the Sentinel may say. The road will not be built without the co operation of the mining companies and if the Herald cannot BUpportthe scheme under such conditions it is at liberty to oppose it. Although the, night was stormy a goodly number attended the regular meeting of the Social Club, Thursday evening, and the program adopted proved very interesting all. through. The reading of. "The Elitor's Guests," by Mr. Shepard was a neat hit and struck us "where we livs After -the regular program was completed - the company indulged in various entertain ing features snoh as charades, eonun drums, etc., until a late hour. The next meeting will be held at the residence of J. Q. McKernnan, for which the folio ing program has been arranged : 1st, singing; Sad, reading by Mrs Kinney; 8rd, singing, Mrs. Smith; 4th, recita tion, Miss May McEernan ; 5th, singing Mr. Shepard; Gth, reading, Prof. Tuck; 7th, duet, Mrs. Gitzen and MisaFoote; 8th, reading, Miss Hawley. , For The Holidays. The Chicago & North-Western Rail way Company will soil excursion tickets at favorable rates. For full informa tion regarding rates, date of sale, limits of tickets, etc., apply to agents 0. & IN. W. Railway company. Notice to Tax Payers. The tax roll for the . township of Spurr has been placed in nay bands for collection and I will be at my office at Redruth every Friday in December for the purpose of receiving the same. Peteb Lovbebo. Township'Treausrer. The Violation of Game Law. The library fund ef the country has been inoreased by $50 contributed by a young man from Spurr township. He had been caught voilatmg the game laws by killing deer out of season and as Game Warden Pennock got on to the racket our friend from Spurr thought better to settle and save costs of trial. Mr. Pennock is bound to see the law enforced no matter who it pin ches. The Hurley Stone Quarry. Information was received here last Saturday to the effect that the Detroit company which has been exploring and ! testing the old Hurley brownstone auarry had sufficiently satisfied them selves of the value of the property to close up the option and take a lease lor a term of years. This action insures the resumption of operations at this long neglected quarry which will prove a great addition to the business interests of L'Anse. There will not be much except preliminary work done before spring, but we may confidently look for some tall hustling at that time. That L'Anse baw Mill. The moving of the Nestoria mill to this place has been unreasonably delay ed on account of some litigation regard ing the title to the property, which has led our people to think the project had fallen through, j; rom Air, jjegoie, wno is acting as agent for the assignee, we learn that the mutter in difference has been submitted to arbitration, and there is a prospect of the title being soon nAtflml. It is still the inteution of the parties interested to more here at the earliest possible moment, une imng is quite certain if the mill comes it win have plenty of work next season, and it will prove a great addition to the business interests of this place. proceedings; OF THE COMMON COUNCIL. At a stated meeting of the Common Council of the village of L'Anse, held in the council room, Friday Nov. 5th, 1890, at 8 o'clock p. m. There were present J. G, Turner chairman, H. Seifiert, J. B. Smith, J. B. lielanger, trustees and L. J. Shepard recoider. The minutes of the last meeting were read and on motion approved. The following liquor dealers 'bonds were allowed: M. Gitzen, principal and J. B. Smith and O. P. Blankenhorn sureties. Chos. Lafountaine principal and Wra. Thomas, Thos. Deschaine and J. B. Belanger, sureties. The recorder was instructed, on mo tion, to notify D. J . Norton to hand bis druggist bond before the cnnnoil. ' The following bills were allowed: Earl KiW'rton.clrarini crtK F. I'olliiM, upw. police A. MudUMkuy, lalwr i inuiffr " l'.Buljfir " Ueo. Trcurau, oarpentorf. , J oh LuDue, it-am...... ). tiecolte. blacksmith 1. C'lyuo, Kpcu. police Kuppi1. hunurie , JaiiKM Connor, labor 0 00 1 7S 1 79 71 9 i3 4 00 1 71 3 00 90 10 a o A 0 10 1 7.1 1 75 ftibouriu I. Bulger Kd. liruuicmnn Mat Horn 11. Brui.n Frank Foota A.Krolick , M. Novorch 11. Kemp H. Brniuu M. KoMS Kd. lirimgmun P. Sand", team..,. J. B. smith, tiuiiurU...,.. ' 1 60 S 08 J IS w a ns S 08 A 08 A B8 4V 00 18 13 Total......... Jno. Sterk was on motion appointed a committee of one to provide neces sary supplies for fire engine co. On motion the committe on By Laws was instructed to confer with the vil lage attorney in having a bill drawn up rectifying errvrs in our village charter and organizing under the new state law. The marshal was instructed to haVe all nuisances removed from the creek crossing railroad between Srd and 4th streets. L. J. Shepabd, . Recorder.' A Michigan Central Railroad Employe . Win Hta 0m, after Seven , "Years' Conteot. While employed as agent . of ' the Michigan Central Railroad Company, at Augusta, M ch., my kidneys became diseased, and lrom an improyerisned and impure state of the blood, my gen eral health was entirely undermined I consulted the leading physicians of this city and Aon Arbor, and all pro nounced my cave. Bright's disease. In Ootober last, I began taking ' Hibbard'a Rheumatio Syrup, and am to-day a well man.- It'affords me pleasure to render suffering numauity any good tuat lean, and I wish to say that I think . it the greatest blood, kidney and liver medi cine in the world. E. Labzilere, Agent M. C. R. R. v '. Albion, Mich Sold by all druffsrists. Prepared on' ly by the Charles Wright MediciueCa, Detroi ., Mich. For sale by J. G. Real, Baraga, Mich. , 2 1 (P (6) I HOW I? THE TIME to look after the house. Before ' the COLD NIGHTS come, get a good - Rocker, Sofia, Couch, Arm Chair, and above alk do not FORGET THE BED, for there is where every one wants rest and plenty of time to rest in, so do not forget that I have the same. ' W. J. Van Kleeck, 153 Washington st. Marquette, OTTAWA HOUSE J. B. BELANGER, Prop., L'Anse Mich. Transient and Regular Board ers will find good accommodations at this house. Good clean rooms and good tables. CHARGES REASONABLE. A first-class bar in connection with the house where mal bo had the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Livery Stable. fleu; UaoiS, Rigs furnished on short notice with or without driver. Tim Marleau. LIVERY STABLE Dray arid Baggage Line C. Johnson, prop. Front or Lake St. L'ANSE, MICH. Orders left at my office for transport-' ation of baggage or hauling will receive prompt attention. Will call at resi dence desired. L'ANSE, ARVON, HURON BAY. . STAGE LINE . A. BOIVIN, Proprietor! ' Reulai dally mail stage loaves L'ANSE at 1:1ft p. m. for AH VON and SKANEB. Returning it leaves 8KANEE at 5:30 a. ni. and ARVON at 7:30 a. ni., arriving at 1AN8K at 11 a. in. An accommodation staee will leave I.'ANSE immediately after the arrival of the evening tTatn wtenever there are pass engers for AKVOS and oKA MSE. NOTICE. RELIABLE . .Timber Estimates ID INFORMATION ON Brule R. R. and Ayers Estate furnished on reasonable terms, by Residence N. W. i See. 83. T'p. 48 N., R. 87 W. R. R. Station either Kenton or Trout Creek. P. O. address Trout Creek, Ontonagon Co., Mich. THE L'ANSE SENTINEL. TOLX. L'ANSE, L. B., M1CIL, SATURDAY, D EC KM H Ml 1800. NO. 60. J OB P R I N TIK G IF YOU.KHNT LETTER HEADS, . NOTE HEADS, BILL HEADS. ENVELOPES, , HAND BILLS, POSTERS, BLANK CHECKS- ORDERflj RECEIPTS, TIME CHECKS, PAY ENVELOPES. PAMPITLETS, BUSINESS CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, CALLING CARDS. MOURNING CARDS, INVITATIONS, PASSBOOKS, Or anything in the line of commercial job printing, leave your orders at the Semtinel oflSce. Our work is always neatly and promptly executed and our prices will compare favorably with those of any ether print shop on the peninsula. . - . P. RUPPE & SON, DEALERS IN GENERAL KERCH AMSG, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL j, GROCERIES, s PROVISIONS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, (((1 Hats and Caps, Coots and Shops, )) GENTS FMMING MODS, FURNITURE CARPETS We Keep Constantly on Hand s Full Supply of Lime, Hair, Cement, Land Plaster. . ' ' ' ' ' . v: ' .'.' AS WELL AS A FULL LINE OF -HARDWARE, Iron, Nails, Steel, Etc., Etc,, BROAD ST., We have Just received a full lineof Cofflns and a stock of General s . Goods needed in this line. , CaXL AT MoMlLtAH'S LlVEBT STABLE McMillan a Ormcdy. Advertising. The Sentinel cir culates in a territory covered by no other paper, and heuoe U the uly , medium through which ad vertisers can reach -the people of th county and tha hundreds of thrifty settlers in adjoinincr county. It is here to stay. Its aim is to give its re.ideif the local news from all parts, .of . the county; to promote territory. . While. the development of this is true our rates the material resour ce of tho oounty. and to assist in the are lower than those? usually charged by other local papers of equal circulation . W e rigidly ex elude from our local ajre all obserne ottery or other ad vert i s e m e n t s of swindling concerns, nlthonch at a lo-s of ' advancement of all legitmate bupiness enterprises in which Uie people have an interest. The Sextinkl is an unswerving ad vocate of Hie princi ple that the pu'li domain in the heri several hundred dol lars every year tons. Boing tlins careful iu the insertion of ' advertising matter the advertisements of local dealers and other legitmate oon- tage of the people, and that all agricul tural public land should be reserved for nctual settlers : it is opposed to the granting of another Joerns, in the Set- acre to corporations or capitalists wheth er undT the guise TiXEL. have a great er valuo. Do not ad vertigo to "help the editor. It dces'nt pay. Kind render, when of railroad selec tions or Solider's at olhor serin.' -It gives all the news relatintr to tha pulv Ho lands of Interes to Homesteader Tt will ever be found you want to ony iroods look- over the col nm lis of the Sentinel.. If you And the advertise on th side of the homesteader I bis ment of the dealer von want to see yon strrigtf to maintain ,n . TZZ his rights ngainst h " "V grefdy land shark. is nn to the Kind readers is tlmao uArn't such a paper rthy rfty t; deal ui juur unison, 'thatisn't. L'ANSE, 1HOH, SMIL 1IEIS1ER, lrop r, . ( L'ANSE, MICHIGAN. Fresh Lacor Beer ALWAYS HI DT002. . Orders by mall fot Ztj er Seer will receive prompt aU'-Ua. L..7 Subscriptions. The Sektwel is nearly ten years old, and can tbcroiore be regarded as a fi'x turo of ; Baraga