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   Gogebic Iron Spirit (Newspaper) - September 12, 1891, Bessemer, Michigan                                The Leading Local COUNTY SEAT OF The Best Aclvartiolns 14 Loci First Stone Placed inJPoMtios OB the M Lock at A largo crowd of our am many strangers assembled at the new lock yesterday 3 oclock to witness Ihelayirig of the corner the announcement having been made sumo xlays previous that it would llien be placed iii Everything was in readiness for tho the stone hav appropriately Af terplacing many mementoes of the occasion in the the corner stone of the look in the worbl was hud in After these mas sive walls shall have crumbled in the ages to or like the old shall have been removed to make Aooiu for a still larger and the ob jects Which were so carefully placed neath the stone once more exposed to the of human who can with what wonder or amazement they be greeted The commencing of the stone work of the new locks at this early date is a of surprise and can only be ex plained by the hustling abilities of the gentlemanly Huges They have already proven their competency to fulfill their with the government in than a satisfactory They have Button loft Monday oven ing foY i visit with her parents at Ba John Kilstono occupied thj3 pul pit of the Presbyterian Sun day in the absence of Jack the ball will soon be an having erect ed lino residence in that The new township road runs in scad of novlh as per our last A slip of the pen we were neither drunk nor Paul and Samuel of have been guests at Landlord Fonrniers the past Corlis has received an invoice of new backgrounds acces lo his Longyear street He has a good and steadily increasing of whieh he is well The Ironwood papers are hot under ihe collar over the telephone service of that We know of one Ironwood editor whose voice would do to file and all he would have to do to be heard all over he city is to open file Hardly see why ho The Hurley Tiibuno says the schools of that iinrg have been a standing dis grace long Get anJ either make the teachers so mad theyll work or down and mob the Jack Boardman has fitted up a neat bar room on Moore and sold his farm to John proposes to bn a fullHedged new purchase and it should prove Massio will convert one of the largest and best em1 jnto l bracing the most improved machinery a invest ever constructed for a work of the and will finishthe job within fhc specified time or Worlds hair Winans has innally decided up on an upper peninsula man for the Worlds Fair His name 13 James Cooper and Lake where ho has charge of the Calumet Heel i smelling is his While Cooper has not tin knowl edge of upper peninsula affairs that who were mentioned for the pos ition still hois spokea of us a bright active young man well ted wUi ruining matters ami compe tent for the Mow that the has seen fit to this peninsula as a portion of the great state of Michigan let every person in terested lend their assistance to Cooper and make the exhibit from this at the Worlds Fair a coin per was inserted neath the SPIRIT Court week has brought its usual quota of transients to our Zachow was called to Api1 by the of his fathers Paul of Colorado is a guest of of was a Bes semer looked us over Rutinian smiles smile and Basses the A girl lie merchant is now open in the building next to Kal lander on Sellar He counts live tailors as part of his and every one of them is kept Do not forget that Bessemer has a firsclass tailoring Tii manlier of conducting the kero sene oil lest under the old law was to take a Hull of the oil iu a covered was heated iu a hot water bath 10 120 degrees when a ta in a small hole be lt gas had generated o create a the oil was Under the new law the 011 is heatitl to a temperature and in the same except that its iu an open ing no opportunity for the accumulation of Then ta per itt piit the of the which is not unless the oil itself is Oil whieh will pass the present tent will flash at 95 degrees so that the test is reduced 26 Of course the oil companies will flud no as the Michigan oil will now be less refined and nontiiin moro It will burn more but it will not make difference enough in the quality of the light lo compensate for tho additional The Traverse City from which the above is further adds Under the old law the oil was while now it is abso lutely and all who use it should handle it with Citizens oi Chyboygan will vote on tire question of bonding the city for to put in an electric light A snuff and tobacco factory nt Ish pehiing is meeting with great suc Thirtytwo persons arc em ployed and about pounds of tobac co prepared for Dun propose establish ing an upper i gnihsuln branch at Mar quette about which will be stocked with complete reports for this peninsula and including some of northern Wisconsin The largo firms wml wholesale houses will favor the project Governor Winans recently pardoned James McDonold iiud Abram Nelier from the branch prison at was granted McDonald on the prison physicians certificate that he was in the last stages of Ho was sentenced to prison for house Insanity the reason given for Nehers The latter was sentenced to 00 days imprisonment for Crystal Falls has a shrewd tonsorial artist and in evidence of the Dia mond Drill says There is nothing like keeping up so a Crys tal Falls If his trade during the day fails to make showing of several tresses under his chair whenthe shades ot j night have he retires to the back yard and replenishes his supply of human Vege table matter with that harvested in days of The wool thus ob tained often looks a trille shabby but it answers the The Drill re quests its many readers to say nothing about as the matter is strictly Tho Stato Board of Fqiuliz tJogaMcs Capitol The piano by Miss Jones was very and well Tho by lit tle was admirable and of The recita I y Entertaining Her ji was also very Will Borrow At the council meeting Monday eve ning a resolution was passed authoriz ing the city to negotiate a lonn of lo pay the chiebilla held by the sower laborers and current expenses of the A very proper as no laboring man is able to discount a time cheek with any enormous prolit to and if of our bus iness are in such financial clover as lo hold such cheeks no matter at what discount The Stajrc Hoard of v Auditor General Secretary of Stale 1 Si Thaller and arrived at the Saturday afternoon to look over Gogeljies mining si at tend to ottfer eonneeteil with h oir oliiciiU posil io A appointed at an im promptu citizens meeting the evening jliet and escorted them lo the where the inner man was sat and later they Were drivcirto tin Eureka and other mines in tlie thenee along the far as On Sunday they were joined by State of Ishpe S Althougl they saw the range at a great owing both lo their necessarilyfbrief stay and tivity of men interest themselves thr the as really surprised at the growth and a thrift of a FAsaln On After a ijionihs vacnlion his home again on deck at Uis stand in ttie Aincricm Although Ben has not full from his bicycle Jieader he improved ijul in a short time will hav at old recovered is greatly Ropoita Good The Tiie Yerein of grand Society at Bishops Although the representation of the Bessiiurr was small fhose who an enjoyable of arrested for manslaughter for causing the death of some six months was acquitted the jury be ing out less than thirty Sell defeiisc was the Attorney for f Lee Blandin and Kay who have lain in jail some live months past on a charge of holding up and robbing one at were dis no witnesses appearing for the i More This wastwha was given to Tho Well AHhoiigl the iily well on the north has been comlemncd by a chemi cal as being impregnated with the pump still re mains in as also does the drinking and dozens of people daily drink of it j To tlfose sor the For I will Vet sell yon 20 pounds of su gar Host patent flour per way 10 cents per Best timothy hay per XXXX atieeiils per poiind Home raised potatoes ad cents Now go to Hurley and pay iO eiiits per olnn did Mind for iash Cone eonvinei ynurseH of ihe low pr of moats or any other d who still persist in drowning their rows and thirst in the waters of city well would commend a careful perusal of the relative to a typhoid epidemic at handed to us by one ofhe city fathers Brooks has agency the best To building IH w oicii pied liy Bawdens i door to will be ailer 1 yphoul lever has again mailo its aii May Enquire of pearancc here and judging from the rapidity with which it lias spread there is some reason to foar that this com munity be visited again the dreaded epidemic of two years Seven cases have been reported already this Five of them are mild forms of be diease but two of them are dan The most careful precautions should bo taken lo prevent the spread of the loss it become Typnoid fever is communicable by contact from pelson to person like smallpox or seallet but every one Mumld take the greatest care that his food and water parlieular lyMho are net fainted by wastes I The linest lino of toilet soaps in city at the pot ollico Call at Doris News Depot for sheet stationery and all kinds of Harringloii Fresh popcorn delivered to any part of Ihe Ordor at near Lakn Sluie John Veracto or from ihose having or fouled in any other the dis be Drinking and cooking water slioul lliu subject of particular as ex perience has shown that foul water is in greatest cause and of ty the Tailor ii now Leave your money in town and get of clothes at loss eofct than those obtained from outside An elegant and complete assortment of picture frames and mouldings jusf A specially made of class of McCaiilov fields Sundav but tin score was Bold a littlu week it showing a Iu Webb and Touliey l al Hi the l j i Jessill Tailor wants to ok il his at his sani then odel a Arrest of aPromineut A STysterloiiH IriHonor Tjiron lo Jrcat excitement was eausid day by the report of the of leading At was admitted that there had been but the detectives rei iw any further iniornuilion beyoii that they had been on case for and were ilia theright parly The to lie four million They furihtr in formed the reporter that 111 par ticulars of this startling n giv en in Old Ihe L today as 2 of The S Any neusdeali r will show you a Five choice residence lots for 1 llllll i ciioap and on easy monthly battery homo and though j both are numbers of Bessemer ss seioiul as has they Hid as good work been the lield for It certain that Thomastrnf s suburb is not in when such a team as was collected lust Sunday can do them of re turned Miss Florence Chynoweth for a visit with Bessemer The large white horse of the city passed in his checks Thursday all efforts of our horsemen to save him availing This will necessitate the purchase of a mate for the lino A long felt want is met by the dis f covcry of the New York men of nos trum lo paralyze the As de scribed the odor condenses the cilia at the top of the making the res piration of the mosquito would be fat move satisfactory to know whether he can continue to The remains of Tippitt token to Saturday prajer service by The Stato Of a Marquelto County farmer hasa herd of twelve all Great preparations are being made for the Menominee County fair next Several Menominee mills are obliged to shut done occasionally for want of Iron Mountain claims thut as only one criminal case from that city came before the circuit court in Menominee at this session it is not the tuff city that it is Is is estimated that feet of pino has been cut iu Alger County since The new Ish poming electric street railway will be four and threequarters miles Negiumee will soon have a plittiing sash and door It will be operated by local Marquette expects to have a knitting factory in the sweet byaudby that i A Gang Of The Marque Comedy was the caption under which an aggregation consisting of a drum a fat wom an from Stove of a few cracked voices and a general assortment of among which was a mack doctor who yet bore rho delicious smell of Ironwood rotten held out at the Bessemer Opera Monday Of course the entertainment was though not tending to establish a relig ious reputation for the Opera They wished to remain the rest of the but were refused the It was the same gang of bums who were egged at and hooted out of the Brother of tho liessemer Spirit dipjipd his pencil in lire scorched Bother George Washington Randolph of the Ironwood These good breth ren have fallen out over tho county printing The aboye IB clipped from the Hur ley and we must correct early learned not to key with and our caressing animal from whieh Hoyts German Cologne derives us name should hafe learned us butler than to mon in Lot 4 Block 4 of Hibbings addition lo higether with a story and a half frame house A School books All A full The largest 1iic of tablets in the city at the post olUye drug Do you read Then look over the new of books received by To my many the of in jvicia Ii lo eoinec that on and I will do nulliing but a eisli The credit syMcm dues the employing of a bookkeeper aside from more or less lost ls extra expense will be among my by i of JhaiiKing all for jast I trust there may be none viio will refuse a method of mutual lleypy Vieek Cash buy best Timothy hay foi per ton and oats at 40 cents per of All have in way heeded tin eman ly remarks of Swell Head But the hofheadi ducss of youth us to throw back the slopjar lu and Argument used by our learned and the reuiains mlu Crystal Falls will in pending water and other needed w Reiutuliuger was Inatontlr tto Resolutions of At a regular meeting of Bessemer W Mich the following preamble and resolutions were Whereas Tho Great Architect of the Universe has removed by death the wife of our esteemed Thomas Tip pett therefore be That tho members of of Bessemer Lodge extend to the bereaved husband and near relatives of the deceased our heart felt sympathy in this their great afflic tion also be it That these resolutions be recorded hi the minutes of the and a copy presented to Tippett and furnished eaeh of the city papers for Slocum 5 Qlves Them Tlie following from an Ironwood ex change rejative to those from this city who tookjbartin the recent concert at Ironwoodfis considered worthy of re The concert Tuesday evening by assisted by local talent of the wjjp the best entertainment of this and reflects a good deal of credit 01 or as well its on everyone The solos by Miss Liz Miss Meager of were i solo by MUs Etti Uher goods will be sold at an equally low cash block opposite new brick Barn on For easy Kast half block orignal plat Bes emer two story building shop n rear good Good loca ion and a Sacrifice sale of flower Kie ut Pecard s j especially worth of men Denunciation wad i U of that rich meloili an nudl New Trnln Passengers can now leave at via the daily except arriving at Du luth Paul and Minneap olis next Returning passengers can leave Dn lutli at arriving at lietsc mer Connection is also made by at North Bessemer for Bessemer passen gers with trains three and For further particulars and call A City Depot Minneapolis E For Minneapolis tlu will soil ticke3 to Mianiiipos reiuii at rate of one and onethird fare roiuu trip plus 2iie lor admission If you need winter night I J robes or fine it will be to your j id vantage to see the line curried by A 75 ace 25 acres lo cated one mile from Good Farming implements and tUmk go viji iorsale by Rupp MpCauloy Roberts wish to an nounce they are prepared to do all un Tickets to be sold on Saturdays Tuesdays of each thereafter during continuance of limited fur rciin n unti aid iiiciuilnx dal of 1 fully given an apj lieation Minnesota State For tLo abiive the Ily will sell tiekuls Kept 6 to 13 at of one dectakiug in firstclass They round trip plus for carry tho fin neat line ol colUus and 310 fair lo reima caskets in the and have a line tttlt Manday fare for I mission unlit with their T V   

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