Gogebic Iron Spirit, September 12, 1891

Gogebic Iron Spirit

September 12, 1891

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Gogebic Iron Spirit (Newspaper) - September 12, 1891, Bessemer, Michigan VOL. 5. The Leading Local Paper. LESS EM EK, MICH., SAT UK DAY, KE; = . I'-, lo!)!. COUNTY SEAT OF GOGEBIC COUNTY. Tho Best Advert oil Medium. I I tie First Stone Flued in Position or v the Bow Lock at the -Sod. A large crowd of our citizens anti many strangers assembled at tint now lock yesterday at 3 o’clock to witness the'laying of the corner atonal tho Announcement having been made • »me days previous that it would then be placed in position. Everything was I ti readiness for the event, the stone linv-lngjioen appropriately inscribed. After placing many mementoes of the occasion in tlie inclosure, the corner stone of the groute-t lorn; in* t lie world was laid in place. Afte.r tlioso massive walls shall have crumbled away. in tho egos to come, or like the old lock, shall have been removed to make room for a still larger one, and the objects wrhich were so carefully placed ’neath the stone once more exposed to the gaze of human eyes, who eau tell wit Ii what wonder or amazement they will be greeted? The commencing of the stone work of the new locks at this early date is ti source of surprise and can only be explained by the hustling abilities of the gentlemanly contractors, Messrs. I luges Bros. & Hangs. They have already proven their competency to fullfil their contract with the government in more than a satisfactory manner. They have one of the largest and best plants, embracing the most improved machinery and methods, ever constructed for a work of the kind, and xviii brush the job w ithin he specified time or sooner. —Soo Democrat. Mrs. C. F. Batton left Monday evening f<h’ a visit with her parents lit Batavia, III. . Rev. John Rilstone occupied tile pulpit of tho Presbyterian Church, Sunday last, in tim absence of Rev. Allen. Jack Souther, the ball player, will soon be an Ironwoodite, having erected a hue residence in that city. Tho new township road runs west, instead of north as poi* our last issue. A slip of the pen; we were neither drunk nor dreaming. Mrs.,A. J. Pauli and Mis. Samuel Fournier, of Mennndu ae, have been guests at Landlord Fournier’s the past week. A. VV. Collis has received an invoice of new backgrounds aud other ucccs-M.nes to his Longyear street gallery. lie has a good aud steadily increasing business, of which lie is well deserving. Tho Ironwood papers are hot under the collar over the telephone service of that city. We know of one Ironwood editor whose voice would do to tile ■taws, aud all he would have to do to lie heard all over the city is to open fin* door. Hardly see why he should kick. The Hurley Tribune says tile schools of that burg have been a st Midi ug disgrace long enough. G<*t after ’em, Hand, and cither make th * !< ichors so mad they’ll work or e ane down aud mob the cilice.    , Jack Boardman has fitted up a neat bar room oil Moore sh***, t. aud having sold his farm to John M i- ie proposes lobe a full-fledged ll - inutile. Mr. Ma s.,io will convert his new purchase into a garden farm, and ii should prove a paying invest nu ut. < has. J**-.- ii, the merchant tailor, is now open Ie the Iud: ling next to Kal-1 under & John ni;h, on Sellar street. Ile counts live tailors as part of his stout , ami every one of them is kept hustling. Do not forget that Bessemer h is a lira!-class tailoring establishment. Tho Stato Board of: dogeys CaTM Citizens ol Chyboygau will vote on the question of bonding the city for £8,000 to put in nu electric light plant. A snuff and tobacco factory at Ishpeming is meeting with great success. Thirty-two persons are employed aud about .OOO, pounds of tobacco prepared for market. R. (J. Dun & Co. propose establishing an tipper I ?ninsul;\ branch at Mar- qqui state Board << quettc about «„n. 1st, which will be    ,v contd‘•tine’ stocked with complete reports for this    • stroll", he liter (h    e peninsula and including some of the    \ Seem'ar* of Ste    * northern Wisconsin counties. The    I <!(,0 -f. Schaller arni U . large Arms and wholesale houses will    . Cur Honored Jib v a The p’allo : < lo by Mb* Jones was very 1    For    C.vh. pl, „ in r id well executed. *    *    i    I    "ill    >« t scil yon 20 pouii ’* < f Ti o rec*tai 'on, ••Naughty Zell,” by lit- i gar for $1.00. inn th Eh • Kraiuer, was admirable aud v. is    lls of applause.    Tho recita- n i v    Sampson,    “Entertaining i t hs Beau," w as ah o v ery good. ' Tho '.Vol! Remains. AHIk-a h the. city well on the north • hie bas been condemned by a cliomi* (iv. . Jo! i cal anah-tis being impregnated with .    a ,; germ* oi .yphoid, the pump <-tiil ro- ' ic”, j mains in ]**o-Ilion, tm also does I he . Caldwell. I drinking cup, aud dozens <d’ people arrived at Bessemer, xii the South daily drink of it waters, To those favor the project heartily,    I    Saturday    aftern    mn    !a>t,    lo    look    |    who    still persist In drowning their -* v- Govcrnor Wiiians recently pardoned I over Gogebic's mining * ‘ - * i at- i rows and th:r--t in the waters of the James MeDonold ttud Abram Ne her from the branch prison at Marquette. Pardon was granted McDonald on the prison physician's certificate that he was in the last stages of consumption. He was sentenced to prison for la use-breaking. Insanity was the reason given for Nehera pardon. The latter was sentenced to 90 days Imprisonment for vagrancy. Crystal Fads has a shrewd tonsorial artist mid I ii evidence of this, the Diamond Drill says: “There is nothing like keeping up appearances, so a Crys- ; tend to other ousting. their official-posh Ion. A committee, appointed at an impromptu citizens meeting lite evening previous, met and escorted them to the connected with I city we I we ive eld commend a careful istied, and later they We e driveiMo flu Colby, Fanus, Anvil, Eureka and other mules hi tile Vicinity, thonco a1.mg th range, we. t, as far us Ironwood. On Sunday they were joined by State Treasurer Fred. A. Brattled, of Ishpeming. Although they saw tho range at a perusal of the follow ing, r elative to a typhoid epidemic at Negau ice, handed to ii-' bx one IE’the citef. it liers; Best patent flour £0.To per barrel. Oats, down, down. wax down til cents per bu Iud. Best timothy hay 81 b o 1 per ton. XX XX Coffee, Adeems per pound Ibane rais cl potatoe-, dandies, ai. to cents per bushel. Now don g.- t.i Hurley and pay GO cents per hti-hel as •fom** did last vv, ck. Mind you, for ca Ii only, Cen. and convince yourself of the low cash prices of meats or any other nun, ..n ee. Al. ll. F a tin. J. C. Brook - has - ■* mn d ; ne agein v for lim (hi tie shirt, I he hi ? shirt, me do To Kl n r.—Tho buihlin* in w oven r*ied by lh th Bnwden’.s saloon, lu x Ch I). Fh, where the inner man was sat- jj'eanuico here and jmfoing from th, rapidit • with w hich it has spread there is some reason to fear that this commut'd v v ill bo visited again w 11 ll i'm tai Falls barber believes, lf his trade great disadvantage, owing both . » their World’s ta rCommlssloner. Gov. Winn na has iintmlly decided aion an upper peninsula man for the World's Filii* Commission. His name J The manner of conducting the keru-is James ll. Cooper and Lake Emden,1-em oil I t under the old law was to w’here he has charge of the Calumet ti | ta! 1 little of tin* oil in a covered cup, Hecla oudiiog plant, is his home. \ with Ii was heated iu a hot water bath While Mr. Cooper ha- not tin; kHowl- j * 120 de vc. Fahrenheit, when a ta-4-dge of upper peninsula aff lira that: per xvas inserted in a small hole boother* xvho xvere mentioned for the pos- I ne th tho cover. L sufficient gas had ition po -a;--*, still lie is gpoki u of as ll gs nerd* din 'eat,* a fi sh, tho ell was bright aoli*. .* young man w J ueqiiuin- I co *d« 1 nod. Lad- • ti 1 now law the ted xviii milling matters and compo- * ES is heated to a tem el* Buro and in tent for the position. Now that tho | the -ame minuet*, except that its iii an governor bus seen fit to recognize this 1 q a cup, lenxing no opportunity for peninsula as a portion of the great the ae, ujnulation of g.•». Then tipi ta- -tate of JtlfcbigMn lot evepy person interested loud their assistance to Mr. Cooper and make the exhibit from lid* peninsula at the World'- Fair a complete success.—Out. Herald. SPIRIT RA PPI NGS. Court week has brought its usual quota of transients to our city. Otto Zacliow was called lo Appl ton, by the sad news of his father’s death. Rani Gerhardt, of Colorado Springs, Col., is a guest of Bessemer relatives. E. A. Moas, of Humboldt, was a Bessemer visitor, Sunday. Win. A. Parker, Marquette, looked us over Tuesday. P. B. Eutinian smiles a smile and passes the cigars. A girl baby. Tues. day. Mrs, Th,*s. Hoatsou. of Calumet, returned with Aliss Florence Chenoweth for a visit with Bessemer relatives. The large white horse of the city team passed iii his cheeks Thur-day morning, all efforts of our horsemen to save him availing nought. This will neces-itate the purchase of a mate for the lino bay. per i- put ii ai file .-1 rfaco of tho oil, which is not condemned unless the oil itself i-ignited. Oil which will pass the present test xviii flash at 95 degrees so that the test is reduced 25 degrees. Of eour-e the oil companies xviii find no fault, as the Michigan oil will now be le-s refined and contain more gas. It will burn more rapidly, but it xviii not make difference enough in the quality of the light to compensate for tho auditiouiil danger. The Traverse City Eagle, from which the above is taken, further adds: Under the old law tho oil was safe, while now it is absolutely dangerous, and all who use it .should handle it with care. The Stato Of Superior. Mr. Coy. a Marquette County farmer has a herd of ta* Ive deer, all beauties. Great preparations are being made for tlu^Menomiuee County fair next week. Several Menominee mills are obliged to shut done occasionally for want of log--. Iron Mountain claims that as only one criminal case from that city came before tho circuit court in Menominee at this session it is not the “tuff” city that it is called. during the day fails to make Osgood showing of several tresses under his chair when-tho shades <>t night have fallen, he retires to the back yard and replenishes his supply of human Vegetable matter with that harvested iii days of yore. The “wool” thus obtained often looks a trifle shabby but it answers the purpose. The Drill requests its many readers to say nothing about it, however, as the mutter i.-strictly confidential.” Will Borrow $5,000. At the council meeting Monday evening a resolution was passed authorizing tim city to negotiate a Ion 1 of $L5,000, lo par th* due billa held bv the sewer Jab, "< v- and current expenses ,>f the municipality. A very proper act, as no laboring mail is able to discount a time cheek with any enormous profit to himself, anil few, if any, of our business men. arc in such financial clover as to hold such checks conveniently, no matter at what discount obtained. Acquitted. McDonald, of Watersmeet, arrested for man-l a giller foe causing tho death of O lio lahan. some six mouths since. was acquitted Wednesday, the jury being out Ie.--than thirty minutes. Sci, defense wa- the plea. Attorney for defense, F. Chamberlain. Loo Bhindi!) and Kay Kingston, who have lain in jail some live months past on a charge of holding up and robbing one .McF;alden, at Ironwood, were discharged, no witnesses appearing for the state. nece-sarilv brief stay ami to the ii e tivity of mining intern: , th* . ti mon expressed themselves a- gr ■ ii surprised at the growth urn! a; parent thrift of so new a section. Again On Dock. After a biolith’* vacation spent at his home at Grand Rapids. V, is., la t Boguslaskiis again on dei k ut hi* old’ stand in the American Kspr Co. Although %n has not full' recovered from his bicycle funnier he I - greatly improved ajid in a short tirao xvi I have eompletciy recovered. *4    " ■— ■ — i hop or*, a Good Time The beuDchcr Mdinetzcii V crc in <d| aml get a suit of clothes at le-s cml I hi- eity, or part of Mfflu, attended a| ntnl whieli will fflve better satisfaction grand piety*, by tilt Unlet stunt /ll,,o | than those obtained from outside firms. Society Germania, at Bishop’s Farm. I .    ,    , , An elegant and complete assortment Ironwood. Sunday last. Although the! .    .    ,    , . j of picture ti aines and mouldings just Ty phoid fever has again    made its ap-    d    u'    to    wil1 be    ^*r aftop May    1st,    next. Enquire 1    f J. J. J xx a v J The Ane t idle of toilet soaps in the I city at the post office drugstore, dreaded epidemic of two year* ago. ■ Seven cases have    been reported already 1    Call    at    Doris*    News Depot    for    sheet tin- week. Five    cf them are mild forms    music.    books,    stationer,    and    all    kinds •lf the iii -a- * but I xvo of them are ii a Ii- j    ut    novel Des. Harrlngt on    block, gerous. Tho ino»t careful    precautions I -hon'd be taken to prevent* tim spread of ti fe er. I.    it Iveeonu: apish lie, i p ai fox cr -    in ■ conin.uuieaLio by eoiitact from person to person like small |>o.\ in* scarlet fever, but everyone Ii 'lid take the greatest care that iii- food aud water -applies, particularly* the l itter, are n*>i tainted by wastes or excreta from those having tin; diease or fouled iii any other manner. Drinking and cooking water should la* i!.*i subject of particular care, as experience has shown that foul water is t 1 * greatest cause aud conveyor *. f typhoid. Remember that Jessed the Tailor ii now op, n. Leave, your money in town Fresh pop-eorn delivered to any part of 1 he city. Ord* r at stand, near La e .Shore depot. J dm V* rage Arrest of a-Prominent Banker. .\ -I r*!ta lons Prisoner Tnt quarter*. *11 to Heil representation of the Be* -was small those who ut an enjoyable time. r Soc : ’ Is is estimated    that 225,000,000    feet A long felt want is met by the    di.—    0f pjno }1:ls    been    cut    in    Alger    County covcry of the New York men of    nos-    sjnco i,38G. truni to paralyze the mosquito. As de-1 rIM    r,    .    ... *    j Hie new Ishpeming electric street scribed “the odor condenses the cilia ..    ....    -    , A .    ,    ,    ,    ,    ,    ,    railway will bo four and three-quarters at the top of th. tube, making tho res- i ...    * *    ,    .    .    0    ..... miles long. piration of the mosquito impossible. It would ho tm mer, sttuhotory to j    will    aum    tora    »    vl«iin* know whet bar lie can ceelinue u. .ting. ttliU* *asl' !l1"' ‘,',or •“•‘“T* U wil1 b*' The remains of Mrs, Thou. Tippitt were taken to Champion, Saturday morning last. A short prayer service was oonduotex) at the residence by Rev. Jus Ivey, mid the remains acconipa-4 Hied to the train by it large number of operated by local capital. Marquette expects to have a knitting factory in the sweet by-und-by that xviii employ 400 hands. Crystal Falls will expend |7,000 in extending water mains aud making A Gant; Of Bums. The Marque Comedy Co. was the caption limier which an aggregation consisting of a drum corps, a fat woman from Escanaba, Stove Ricker, of Ironwood, a few cracked voices aud a general assortment of knick-knacks, among which was a quack doctor who yet bore tho delicious smell of Ironwood rotten eggs, held out at the Bessemer Opera House, Monday evening. Of course the entertainment was immense, though not tending to establish a religious reputation for the Opera Hon-,. They wished to remain the rest of the week, but were refused the hall. It was the same gang of bums who were egged at ironwood, and hooted out of tho city. Wuk Uh* the the Mora Soup, Tlii- ' . av wha’ was giv« it field's ball cran! x Sn ! iv scon* was held Die ■    s    ■ week before, it -lowing 5 to al close. Webb tim! Ton-' • v v ■ battery forth** home t< am. o; i both are members of Bessemer’* set nine. they did a* good work a la* been done on the field for the -e; <>n. It beeomcit certain that Thomavtou’t* suburb is not in it, when such a team as xvas collected last Sunday eau do them brown. re **> cia A -t'oei.Eh ma* * of th! McC.mlev & Rob* rts. Great exeitciuc.it was e * i t J vc t, 1 day by the report of the mv-a .4 leading financier. At heed pi it* was admitted that thoro Im ' btu arrest, but the dotectivt - r< ' any furtli* r information b*-yo1, that they had been xvor' ii ease for weeks, and wore. -a. the right party had J ii The amount involve is ? rn n four million dollars. They formed the reporter that U ticulars ai this startling af ell in “Old Sleii *. the I let on-d fu-d iv as No. 2 of 'I ii* S vies. Any nexVsdoah r vv show you a copy. (hit * he rn* furtliit in- riatllv Je*M ll tht*. Tailor want- to see . then at hi.- t:i -ti ad. I! ■ alt I* ii ti* ce rf • rn I*as ■>V Milt. you. iii ae: ne *1 ,ot Ii lots for Mile. oilily p.iv meats. ,1 no. J. Jansen •! Block 4 of Hibbing* addition to Bes a mer, together with a “tory and a halt' b: ■ iiouiMR t heron. Abiquiu. Goo. Rupp. Sell ! books! All kinds. A full a.* ortment. F. ll. Jones. i rge-t I'ue of tablets in the city post < i:icm.; drug store. F. B. Jones. Ti ut '■'* • Not n Fl**e. Brother Hannaford. ai the Has-cuter Spirit d pped his pencil in fire rn <tt< en scorched Ijpdhcr (shx*rgo W 1 hilt s*>n Randolph JVa.*dee, of the Ire ti wood Interstate Reeoial. These good brethren have fallen out over the com tv printing question. The above is clipped from the Hurley Tribune, and we must correct Bm. 1 ,,w p. h<*l, of P. Kulasz.iviez. All Do you read? Theu look over the ii.*w : - art ok nt of books received by I, B. Jones. C ii v. ill buy best Timothy hay foi ‘ill).KO per ton and oats at 40 cents itll* ■ good - will be sold at an equally mer 12KW P. M. Resolutions of Condolence. At a regular meeting of Bessemer Lodge, No. 138. A. O. U. W .of Michigan, Sept. ll. 1891, the following preamble and resolutions were adopted. Whereas: The Great Architect of the Universe has removed by death the wife of our esteemed Bro. Thomas Tippett therefore be it. Resolved, That we, tho members of of Bessemer Lmlire No. 138. A. (). U. Hand. We early learned not to mon key with dye. tied our cxp« t caressing the animal from vvlii*-'i 11* »x t' -German Cologne derives its name should haw learned us btu ter than to have in any way howled the gentlemanly remarks of Mr. Swell Head Peavine. But the luff-headi flues* of youth I* *1 us to a1 lumpt to thro xx- ba* k the slop-iar,    ,    , . .tm rear 24x26. good barn. Good locu- .-tyle anil nrgumeiil used by our k arued I .    ... brother. To nu ti ii - j* rn    11    i of Ii* nier in ;*«■• *:i!    Ii    I , 1 ■ m'iic** that oil a ad int* r S< pH iuIh :■ , -•. I will (bi nothin, i I :*    'let!    (,1,-ii Inisoiess. i its crcf.'it -y -1* iii ih*v*>-- * ’ lait the empl'ivJug of a bonk keeiier i a XI** fro ii; more or less lost a* vomit . j This extra expense will thereafter b»* divided among my en* *•»■ im*;•-*, by a red IIC, ion tit prices, f: hanking !.!1 for past favors, I trust titer * rn ,y I •• none who will refuse a method vt mutual benefit. IU* |T\ \ours, * . W. M * * k Nev* Train Service. Pas*® 11 gel'- eau n >w leave Bm * lier at 2:30 P. M. via tim JE S, S. & A. Bx. daily except Sunday, arriving ut Duluth 7:20 P. M., St. Paul aud Minima; olis next morning. Returning pa.*-eagers can learq Duluth at 7:80 A. M., arriv ing al Be; -< .ow east) figure. Lot 3, block 4, opposite new brick block. Baru oil rear. For sale, easy . erin s. Gen. Rupp. East half block 8, orignal plat Be>-I semer; two story building 21x60, simp Gives Thom GrecUt. The following from an Ironwood exchange relative to those from this city who took part iii the recent concert at Ironwood! is considered worthy of reproduction. Tbeoouoert Tuesday evening by Prof. l’antke, assisted by local talent of the range, was the best entertainment of lion and a bargain. Get). Rupp. Sacrifice sale of flower pot* design.}, ut Connection is also amli* ! y stage .! North Bessemer for B* seiner passenger* with trains three aud four. For further particulars and tick**’' . cull on, A ex. Strom,    T,    F. Riley, City Agent.    Depot Agent, Minnoapolfs E oonIlion. For the Minneapolis Exposition th ^ M. L. S. *k \\. By. xx* Ii sell eveursio I.i e t tioke* * to MinueapoTs & return at rat* ' of one ami one-third fare lo.* round Jos. Pecan! s If you need winter underwear, night robes or tine shirts, it xviii be to your advantage to see tho line carried by J. th Brooks. trip plus 25c tor admission ticket to exposition. » Tickets to bo sold on Thursday I Saturdays & ’l uesilays of each xx*** thereafter during continuance of exp* * tho A. O. U. W. lafflgc, of which Mr. ^her needed improvements. Tippitt^is a member as well as by ma- Andrew Keiuiulingor was instantly ny friends aud relatives et the de- killed at Iron Mountain by the oxplo- i si* u of a Sfoki water ga on* I sition, limited for reuu n pa<s.i"« un* A To ae*© a”'W, 25 acres cleared, lo    iiictuit'ng    Mo    hI iv following dull _____________ ______________ ..    _    'l>‘‘a,ai,,rt.r,v,rKiv,,,n,    lli;u,    from    ^    KM|„,    ....... VV. extend to tho bereaved husband and j ®,u " 1 e( s bn<M 1 K>l 0 tl( 1 11 0,1, roa«p. Farming Implements aud Rock Kdlv ."ive ii un ani boation lo near relatives of tho drowsed our heart- I tbt‘    a*    Wt3    ,w    °'1    gy    (viji    de 1 For silo by    ,j    F.    I‘.arr a* A“t. I «»• Lr. t,    xxotd    I    ln>    oitloj    tv**    \;!    *fcSSi    I    I*i_ folt sympathy in this their groat atllie* lion; also bo it further. Resolved. That these resolutions be recorded in the minutes of the Lodge, and ti copy presented to Bro. Tippett aud furnished each of the city papers for publication. Goo. D. Slocum ) XBI *    ; who took part. Tho solos by Miss Lizzie Fournier. Miss MJnniu, Miss Meager and Miss Richards, of Bessemer, were .■iii very good. Tho solo by Miss Fit ta Geo. Rupp Minnesota alate hair. For the above the M. L. 8. *& VV. It' Undertaking. McCauley A Roberts wish to an- [ wiU-vll e..e.u,Moii ticket* to Mi., uupoli-Fouriifor was espeoiully worthy of men- J non nee they are prepared to do all un- 5 to at r%liu o[ 0,*,„ jul.w jol. tion. lier enunciation was perfect. while hor voie*; is of that rich melodious tone that always charms an amli- tier taking In llrst-class manner. *    They    roe«d trip plus odes    for v^mission carry the fin nest lino <*f colttus    aud    dCI.u»3Lo Wr. Lmifod to ie,Ult    unlit caskets in the county, and have a    tine    Ul„| L,eluding Monday    folloxx- .g    dam ■♦Inn xvith their    bu*i-    0f ♦    i*    \,H ;