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i j 1 7 i . "" J II Jo :an. L'ANSE, L.S. MICH., SATURDAY, MARCHo, 1393. NO. 12 X . N 1L ,KH and GIRAKD -1A LIVERY. "iiible 1 Iligs ith or rms Driver. , tiMfc . Parties furnished In pet .-it jiH.iH-., (g but ..'. j ,or-4 and jrivit ko I ttitention nr p.ition . UPPER PENJNSULA NEWS CLIPPED AND CONDEHSED FBOM OVH ' EXCHANGES, The big Nor lie mine, near Iron wood, town for the , last two weeks looking oyer the Dulnth propeitr where Mr. Jen j Am lias been engaged in dril ling. ':( , Joe Sewell, of Houghton, was in it is understood, will again be oper i town for a couple of days on business, BtJ & QIRARD CHOICE D0BSaM CIGARS, ach and Mneuchnier Itoer, It, Bass Pah- A I. W. H. (skies, Mnn!r j'oKiiac, . 3in, Sherry. t'wrr Wins, lid Domes, i . Cigars Jokers' Supplies. . ( L'KNQR, miOH, JIanlfenhorn I and BAR AO. oo o o o o o o csh, Salted and ied Meats. Fish, Tegetablea and ; Produce. GAME IN SEASON ITMINli! received a lull iine o i stock 4f OfUnliil wuieu mius line. tLASM Llt'KkY .HTABLK in & Ormsby mouse. ULLLISTER. PROP . , . 1NES UQUOR8 AND CIGARS. f HICSf. Jl, . Electroliers, !:' Incandescent Lamp Due 9 Qp., Contractors, neialEletrical Supplies ETTE, MICH. anteed. Specifications, fre. 44tf a paid waskljr from atart. u. uni cnanco :lutT, torrltory. W. can in terest any not corn ier month and axDcnma. Doat fawttat becnoK of Pt Ion, fnllui-M in thin or oUier Ontnt rrto. Anor-, itl Kimnrtra. Chleairo. TTi. tjiaitia, Aame thf. paper. Ed.) 1 Ul Mil IUITU. I ! Am 7 LAW, M, D. Mich. lY'S PHARMACY US DEBILITY. irifti: liwn cured of Nervous Utuu Weakness, Premature evil effects of early injis ifliful folly, Is smxioim to . SELF (JURE. mIi.hikI wul civo 1 1 mi tlmir vill wild (free) ly return Ujj.rocelpe no uc-cpnMfully 1lortfc; J A M KS W. P JJN K rect.Jfcw York. " . . ,x ateil with a full force bj ApriL Fat bur Martel, pastor of tbov French ; Cutliolio church, died very suddenly at lUHti iiiubd, Moiicl ij night, of heart diHeasu. ' ' ' At Iron Mountain the eori'ity agent lias - pullinhed a notice to , the effect that hereafter all kids under 16 years t of iitwho putron za saloons, will be nrreted. ' ' -' . ! Hamilton Stewart, : of . Jshpeming, j lies it . book containing hintoriol : sketoheH of his wife's family back to i t eyear 1100. ' t , . .. - , . Mike Woodlook, a freight con d no tor, i was killed early Monday morning by j falling nnder his train while making a flying switch at Clowery, a station a ! few miloH north from Ishpeming He was ' a single man. i At the Calnnut & Heola mines a ; miniature stamp mill is being built on a scale of one inch to the foot for ex hibition at the World's Fair. It will be a perfectly working model in every detail, and is being bnilt by the two men who constructed a similar mill for the centennial exposition at Phila delphia. John E. Mortamaki, a Finlander, stopped at Ishpeming while on his way from Hancock to visit his familv in his native country. At Ishpeming he was robbed of every cent, and was arrested besides. Be won't go to Finland until ho earns some more o ish. The wolves are said to be playing hnvoo with the deer in the u. p. The deep snow makes the latter easy to capture. An increase on the Iwunty of wolf sculps is the only solution of a difficulty which threatens to wipe out the prettiest and noblest animal in the northern pineries, Miss Hannah Brown's millinery store at Iron Mountain burned to the ground Wednesday morning. JNot a thing was saved. The loss on the stock U about $3,000, with insurance of $1,400.' The building was owned by Hancock & Sundstrom and waa not insured. Crystal Falls has been asked to fm niih a granite obelisk to be placed on one side of the entrance to the Michigan mineral building. . The obelisk, should it be fnrnished.'will be taken from the Eirby Carpenter property near that place, and will be a superior blue-gray granite. The Mai tin Bros., ice contractors, of Houghton, passed tbroutrh here Kt, Patrick's day. .St. Putriok's day passed ; off very quietly here, the only excitement being the wearing of grecu ribbon. ' ' Work is progressing rapidly . at the quarry. Geo. Froney, the hurdling contractor, has lnth a day and night shift in running order. He expects to be through stripping by the 15th. W. Y. O. D. . HALFWAY, W. J. Wyckoffand A. H. Andrews spent Tuesday in this burg. Mr. Jno. Mattson has moved into the house recently vacated by Wm. McFadden, . ' Q. W. Bntterfield and Miss Mc Oiilan, of Baraga, called on the lat ter's "inter Sunday. Guy Wyckoff, of Jaeobsville, spent Saturday with his Bister, Mrs. Geo. Frouey. Messrs. Anderson and Johnson ac companied by the Misses Carlson and Fusion made the Halfway folks a pleasant call. . . Jno.- Dillon passed through here Wednesday with load of dynamite for the Nester estate of Baraga. . Martie" Mes-ner, Jr., spent Sunday in L'Anse. Did you go to tee your best girl, Martie? Sam Maigret is back among friends again, having spent the fore part of the winter on his homestad. Mr. and Mrs. Messner, Mr. and Mrs. Froney and Mr, and Mrs. Arn all spent Sunday at Jaeobsville. Wm. Wahl, proprietor of the Wahl House, made a brief trip to Houghton lost week. ' ' : Wm. McFadden and family moved to Duluth last week, where Mr. Mo Faddetx has gone into business. They took with them the good will , of their many friends who wish them prosper ity in their new home.' '', . - V : v ' Mrs. Wahl, accompanied, by her son Andy and daughter, .Miss . Mary, of L'Anse, called on relatives and friends last week. ' ' .i Mr. , Jno. Eberly received a telegram last Saturday announcing the death of his niece who died quite suddenly of scarlet fever. He left on the noon train for Houghton, " " ' " J ' ' ' '' Mr. A. L. Letumal left for hie home at Duluth Monday. . He baa been - in A TjSEFUL. PUBLICATION. The orflcial Mouthrjiec ortha World' Columbian F.xposition. When the United States Govern ment took control of the World's Columbian Exposition last Octooer, on the occasion of the dedication, board of control was appointed to .car ry on the work to a successful comple tion. One of the first acts of the board was to order a publication which should give the information that people are most desirous of obtaining in con nectiou with an enterprise now upper most in the public mind. The work was irivcn the title of tho "Official Directory of the World's Columbian Exposition," and. active preparations were at onoe entered into. It has now so far progressed as to warrant placing it into the hands of solicitors for the purpose of taking subscriptions. It will contain not only every valuable, but also every interesting informal ion. vui be liiustra'ea Willi aoont one hundred full page half-tone engravings. and will contain the names of every exhibitor, his home address, what lie is exhibiting and where th exhibit may be fouud at the Exposition. It is information which intending visitor most urgently need, and will be highly appreciated by the pnblio everywhere. W. B. Conkey Compauy of Chicago, who are the official publishers, desire a representative in this locality, and will mail handsome descriptive circular on application. NOT EVEHYBODY CAN HAVE THE CHANCE To visit Washington; but that is no valid reason why- everybody may not become thoroughly familiar with the points of interest at our National Cap ital, and with many things about it that only a favored few could enjoy even by a sojourn there. For example, the Foreign Legations; how many out of every hundred who visit Washington know anything about them ? Yet you may ait quietly at home, without in curring the fatigue and expense of the journey, and see them all, all - the maguiflcent rooms and . portraits of their occupants, in Demorest's Fam ily Magazine, the April number of which contains a charming paper, su perbly illustrated, on "The Foreign Legations at Washington." If you admire handsome women, you will find portraits of over a score of "Society Leaders of Illinois," which form, a charming gallery. The paper on "The Hawaiian Islands is timely, and is uniquely illustrated with portraits of all the kings and queens who have reigned over that island realm; "A Debutante's Winter in New York" contains much information regarding the etiquette of marriage engagements; "En Route for Chicago" gives excel lent information for women who pur pose traveling alone to the Chicago Exposition ; - there are numerous ex cellent stories; all the departments are full of good things; there are over two hundred illustrations, inoluding an oil picture and a crayon ; and ' altogether it is a superb Easter number, a speci men of what is given twelve times a year, for 12. " Published by, W. Jen nings Demorest, 15 E. 14th St.. New York.-'. ' . POPULAR ROUTE TO CHIC AGO. The Chicago & North-Western By. is now running ' a daily line of Gas Lighted Buffet Sleeping cars between northern Michigan, points and . Mil waukee and Chicago. Close connection Is madefot Negannee with trains, from Marquette, Houghton,. , Hancock, Calumet, Bed Jacket and other points in the "copper country," . and passen- Sers arrive at Chicago art an early, hour, i the morning, in ample lime'to. make connection with trains of eastern and southern linos. To secure . the advan tages of fast time and the best accom modations purchase your ticket via the Amendments to theConSMtu ; J tiori. ' ; ' At the election to he held on the first Monday iu Air 1 fuiit- unieudmciita to the coiiHlitutiott aro to lie voted on, mid that onr readers may vote intelli gently upoH'Muiii propoHtd amend ments we give le!ow tho Mubntanr of each. .";.',' . ' The Hint on the list., us it will appear on the official buTlot, in to amend Sen. 9 of Article XiV to authorize the city of Grand Bapids to issue bonds for the improvement of Urtimt Biver. Ah this is a local uff.iir. affecting only Grand Bapids and vicinity, nut much interest , a ill lie manifested iu it up here. 'Ihe second amendment to appear on the official ballot relates to the sal aries of state officers. .The proposed amendment reads uh follow: Section 1.- The Governor shall re ceive an nnimal Balary of $1,000; the Lieutenant-Governor shall rro ive an animal salary of $1,200; the judges of the circuit court shall receive an annu al salary of $2,500; tho Superin tendent of Public Instruction shall re ceive an nunnal alay of $2,000; tho Secretory of State s all receive mi annual salary of $2,000; the Commis sioner of the Land Office shall ' receive an annual salary of $2,000; they shall receive no fee or perquixites whatever for the performance of any duties con nected with their rtliee. It shall nut be competent for the legislature to in crease the salaries here'n provided. The salaries above provided appear to be equitable and just and every voter should vote "yes" on the above amend ment. Tho third amendment relate.? to public highw ays', and as it is intended to do awny with the present bungling and antinnated highway l ws we hope to ee the Upper Peninsula vote solid ly for it. It reads as follows ; . Section 49. The Legislature may provide for the lnying out, constrne- tion and maintenance of county and township roads, and may provide that, any road heretofore laid out shall be it con nt or township rond. Conntr roads may be maintained at the ex pense of the county, and township roods at the expense of the township. County roads -shall lie under the control of a board of commissioners not to exceed five in number who shall m elected by the, people, the number of said commi8sionerH to' be fixed by the board of supervisors of the county. For the construction and mainten ance of county roads the commission ers may provide for an annual tax not exceeding two dollars upon eRch one thonsaud dollars of the assessment roll of the county for the preceding year. Ao county shall menr anr indebted ness or issue any bonds for the con struction or maintenance of county roxds except upon a vote of two-thirds of all the supervisors elected, and then to be approved by a maiontv vote at any general or special election. ; nor shall any such indebtedness at any time, exceed three per cent of the val uation of .the county noon the last preceding assessment roll. Ihe legislature m iv modify, chancre or repeal the powers and dnties of the township commissioner of highways and overseerof highways. The Legis-, lature may pass all necessarv laws to carry this amendment into effect: Pro vided, that any act or. acts passed by the Legislature to carry this amend ment into effect shall . provide for a conntv and township system, and the county sstem shall become operative only in such counties as shall adopt it by a majority vote of the electors of said cou'itv. alter the said ones tion lias been snbmitted to them by a two- thirds vote' of all the members elect of the board of supervisors of such county, at a general or - special elec tion called for that purpose. The fourth and last amendment to be voted for on ' the official ballot re lates to the jurisdiction of circuit courts in certain cases, and is of more interest to lawyers than laymen. That all may see what it is wo give it in full below: . ' Sec. 8. The circuit" courts ' shall have original jurisdiction in all matters civil and criminal, not excepted in this constitution, and not prohibited by taw; ana appeuate jannaiuuon irom all inferior courts and tribunals and a superrisorv control of the same. They shall also have power to issue writs of habeas corpus,' mandamus, injunc tion, quo -warranto, '-certiorari, and other writs necessary to carry into effect their orders, judgments and de crees, and give , them general control over inferior courts and . tribunals within their respective jurisdictions and in all such other cases and matters as ' the supreme court shall by rule prescribe. :i V). Wanted,. ... M Agents to sell onr choice ' and hardy j Nursery Stock, We have many new ! pedal varieties, both in- fruits and or namentals to offer, whioh are controlled only byu. We pay commissio or sal ary, write ns at once ror , terms, ana secure choioe of territory. ....... Mat BaoTBJEfts. Nubskbtmicx. ' 49-wlO ; . , Bochcstcr, N...Y.,' , -ft- 1 GOODS? B1G STOCK! J, B. SMITH'S. ' - -:: -:-.FORC- GENERAL -f MERCHANDISER HEAVY SUPPLIES h'il.SrtK - - - MICH. "We are in the field forbusiness." i: v ' ifx: Have just received a new wand complete line of ' OOOOOOOOOOQ3O0OO0OO0 Q 600QOOO a mm, PERFUMES 'oo oeooooo'ccoccaoococsooaooooo o !J TOILET ARTICLES. L'Anse and Baraga. i . i v I -1 . t v ' it ; '"I L'AMSE and BARAGA. ''sV- ' , '.'. ' - ", " v J," ' : , r . . Sv JUST RECBIEPi 'j : ' i t StelegaW '4 .''.