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Ironwood Interstate News Record (Newspaper) - March 21, 1891, Ironwood, Michigan I note St. \ re be n news Reco in. Volume 5. Number 48.Ironwood, go Gebic county Michigan saturday March 21, 1891. $2.00 per year in Advance or p. C. Murphy will run. Nominated wednesday the democracy. By the City elections Promise to be Lively and interesting political pointers and Points. The result of the democratic county convention held at Bessemer wednesday is that or. P. C. Murphy Justice of Tho peace of this City has been chosen Sis Tho party a candidate to contest with or. Curtis Buck the office of judge of probate of go Gebic county. Or. Murphy requires no introduction to the people of this City to whom he is Well known. Two years ago he was elected to the office of Justice of the peace and Tho emoluments and Ier que Sites of the office have increased at such a rate that or. Murphy is now the ii est paid civic official in the City of Ironwood. And the genial Murphy is deserving the generous xxi Troungo since j majority of Iso the new York Sun drawn from the race for the recorder ship and it has narrowed Down to a contest Between join j. Shea and John Evans. For supervisors it looks like the following first Ward John h. Taylor second. Frank Healy third j. D. Day fourth e. La. Williams fifth f. W. May or Jan. It. Goudie sixth. W. Burt. John Nelson is understood to have pulled out of the race for Justice of the peace to run for school in Spertor while the office of Justice will probably bring Loo. F. Kelly and win. Daniels to the front. There Are candidates galore for aldermen from the various wards while the aspirants for Ward constables Are abroad in the land in Large numbers. # the Michigan legislature is More Peculiar than the average Patent Medicine tonic instead of curing a a that Tirril feeling a it increases it. V a notwithstanding Hie fact that Hie next Congress will Haven democratic it seems necessary that Justice courts must have patronage. But to any fair minded person it must appear Bint or. Murphy Lias a a a pretty Good thing now a and that it would lie about the proper course to pursue were the voters of loge big county to leave matters As they exist at present or. Buck judge of probate and or. Murphy Justice of the lie Nee. Some enthusiastic supporter of the Jovial Murphy Aud he is numerous will exclaim a a but the republicans have furnished a precedent for judge Stevens successfully conducted both admitted but the news record states without fear of contradiction that the Justice business at or Murphy s court has assumed such proportions that it is now greater than was that of the combined offices two years ago. Or. Murphy is a Good fellow Lins hosts of friends and the news record is of that Host and he will make a fair showing at the polls. As for his election Over the present incumbent Curtis Buck Nix a to he Frank or. Murphy a a wont be in # # our Small boy is wondering if the Michigan a a Reform a legislature w ill get Down to business by haying time. # # the democrats Are trying to explain the disgraceful action of the party in unseating two Michigan senators Aud appointing two of their own political Faith. It was a disreputable piece of political Juggler and will act As a Lioom Erang on tile party at the next Metier ind. Dem the Indian ghost dance Lias Lieen transferred from Fine Ridge to liaising. For particulars address. Chief Fridlender Man afraid of his Squaw Senate wig warn Lansing Mich. The party a great text Book can t find a Bourbon among the lot qualified to ii sex speaker Reed s shoes. A a the democratic scheme to tax the Northern Michigan mines out of existence won t win. But tile protest which the upper Peninsula will make against democratic misrule in Michigan will Lien four ply Tribune. Hon. Jack Strong s legislature Al Lansing has fixed us mix april to us the Day for final adjournment. The sixty Day session promised by the a a Reform a crowd has turned out to be a four months affair. The legislature has already been in session eighty Days but it has done nothing of important a save seating a bigamist Iii t he Senate. # tile democratic pullers in this county will print anything that tends to give senator Stevens the a a worst of the times last week published a paragraph from the Ishpeming Democrat reflecting on senator Stevens. It should also have Given place to the following from Tim Ishpeming Iron Ore a the democratic representative from tile Blooming City of Ironwood this state was a visitor to ish Jiining on tuesday of this week. If his conduct is no bettor when Labouring in the interest of ids constituency than it was during his visit Here then the constituency Are to is pitied. Some of ids a political sympathisers Ohio Ped in and Loughl him a new overcoat and sent him out of town hiking somewhat Renjie Stablo. They feared he would lie taken for a resident of this City. Ironwood ought to have style enough about her to array Lier Law makers w Ith apparel fitting their Jim Simions. Maybe they did however. We forgot for an instant the items and Sujie visor of tins county ordered a special election to prevent any question that might arise As to tin Validity of the governors apply tent and now or. Buck goes before the people of go Gebic county for thei r endorsement for the unexpired term or until Dee. Is of next year. Nothing could lie plainer a Republican is undoubtedly entitled to the office of probate judge for the unexpired term. The Choice of a Republican governor and the Republican party of go Gebic county is or. Curtis Buck of Ironwood. Ami i is almost a certainty that he is tin Choice of a Large majority of Hie people of Tho county. # the City Council Lias fixed apis thursday april Quot As la Day for holding the convention to nominate candidates for City offices. The caucuses will he held next saturday a veiling in tin various wards. St. Patrick s Day. The Patron Saint s anniversary appropriately celebrated in Ironwood. The Celebration of St. Patrick s Day by the local society a. It ll., was a conspicuous Success Iii every particular. The division lob Strong accompanied by the French society St. Jan de Babtiste and by the Bohemian society Limiter Hie leadership of the Iii Erica band at ten o clock a. In., attended St. Ambrose Church where High mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Kehoe. In Hie afternoon thed visions paraded Hie principal streets of Ironwood Aud Hurley and made a very creditable showing. The gaily coloured uniforms and martial hearing of the various indies made a pleasing pentacle. The division gave an entertainment in Ute evening w hich was very creditable to Hie society and to those taking part. The literary Ami musical part of tile program w As under the supervision Day s Impi. The reporter s note Book of local personal general interest. Gossip heard observed or purloined by a news record representative on his rounds. La Grippe is prevalent in the City. John Stock Ley of Watersmeet was Iii town monday. Spring poets now have the floor. So have shot guns. The tag social takes place tuesday evening at Adson Hall. Miss Xcvi Ehin left last night for Milwaukee where she will visit for ten Day s. I Al. Mott urn of Omro win., was a caller at this office wednesday afternoon. Miss Gander vent to Rhinelander this morning where sin will visit for a few Days. Peter Leonard the Well known Wakefield merchant was up Here the ii rat of the week. 1. Ellsworth and Aav. Luetken Liach of Marenisco transacted business Here wednesday. We be had enough of the lion business for one March. Jive us a Little of tin Lamb for a change. M a. Powers county Clink of Ontonagon county took in the St. Patrick s Day Cal equation held Here tuesday. Miss Victoria Bald in of Waupaca w is., is Tho guest of Hor sister miss Mary Baldwin during the holidays. Mike Murphy of i my Wood Aud Jack Williams of Pennsylvania w Restle Cornish style tonight for a purse of fifty dollars. County treasurer Sutherland has in important notice to holders of to Gable county Ord Era in another column of to Young men before they cast their first ballot and ally themselves with either of the two great parties should study the history of each and ascertain what men have Linen and Are now prom j Czar did t say a word intent in each. They should also study a a silence gives Tho private lives As Well As the Public acts of the leaders in the nation s Eon-1 t it news it a Cord s advice to til no Gress of members of the state Legisla memos aspirants Tor places on the City Ture and even a of those in the county Council is that if you Don t think you a political ranks. They should see to it a run is 8om� it her aspirant. That they Vole with that party which now a by Good time to pull out of stands for the greatest ideas it is a j till Pic a. A senator Milnes called Czar Strong a liar the other Day Ami instead of ordering the Solon to a life of penal servitude Iii Hie wilds of ins Domain the tis said patriotic duty. The regular nominees of la Republican state and county conventions appear elsewhere in these columns. On april 6 cast your vote for j Mig Montgomery of grand rapids and Tho balance of state ticket. Speaking of reciprocity How would it do for Michigan to Swap Czar Strong for his Royal Nioleta the Czar of Russia. A Down in Little Rhode Island the democrats propose to nominate a Pond for governor. But Hie prohibitionists Are contrary creatures and Wilt put an Independent cold water ticket Iii tile Field. A a a British i was born Aud British i shall die Quot says sir John a. Macdonald in a Post election Hurrah. A few More victories a such As tile last and sir Johnny will have to Cross the Ocean if he wants to remain on British soil. Of l. L. Wright and was As follows recitation a a do i remember Ireland Quot miss Mamie Roach. Quartetti a a my own native mrs. Allo miss Boule messes Miland Lennon. Recitation. A kale ice. Vav. R. A Attlee. Song a teaching Mcfadden to j. It. Bearding. Recitation miss mercy Bennett. Song a a the Flower of John in i Ain non. Recitation a a what Biddy said in Tho police court a i Agues o Neil. The songs and recitations Wen All Well received or. Bearding in particular. Then followed the lecture by senator win. K. Kennedy of Appleton win., a gentlemen who is an authority on All matters pertaining to Irish history or politics. It was the fairest calmest and most d a passion ate statement of by situation Ever Given Iii Ironwood or. Kennedy is a very pleasing talker and has made Many enthusiastic admirers in Ironwood. Or. Pat 1-enmm As president of the Day presided with All the dignity and Grace of an Irish gentleman. These gatherings to celebrate St. Patrick s Day Are to lie commended. They not Only serve to keep alive Tho traditions id history of Ireland but it makes better american citizens of All who a it Irti Capate in them. Till Day and Hie crowd were conspicuous for Good order Aud sobriety. Mrs. Hermon Briggs of new Loudon who has been the guests of mrs. Or. Moore for the past two weeks Lins returned Home. Erickson a Emmons have moved their hardware Stock to the store recently vacated by a. K. Bouk in the Lieberthal Block. Ltd. Ii. Bixby formerly with the Ironwood store company and Davis a Fehr Lias accepted a position with a Mal i Quette dry goods firm. Mis Mallei Moor arrived hero yesterday afternoon from new London and will a fiend the easier vacation with her parents or. And mrs. Moore. Mrs. Edward mans who has been the est City in Tho upper Peninsula. May she Eyer Prosper. The Public Library opens today. Or. A. L. Diekerman arrived hero this morning. King a Miller lawyers have dissolved partnership. See announcement. Mayor p. M. Boss of Bessemer took Iii the a. In Celebration tuesday. Gen. A. Curry went to Milwaukee tuesday evening where he will visit for ten Days. Whitesides a Ilo Lemo s orchestra furnished music for a Dane it Watersmeet on St Patrick s night. Or. And mrs. C. Vav. Mcmahon of this City registered at the Kirby Milwaukee on monday. Miss Marvin left yesterday afternoon Rio win., where she will remain through the Sand Ion. Or. J. A. Mcleod is enjoying a visit from a venerable Amit mrs. Mcleod of Prairie Duchien wis. Whitesides amp Bolemon a orchestra will give a grand Hall at Pierce opera House on easter monday. Particulars next week. Gee. A Sisley and miss Fannie Moyie i were United in marriage at the. E. J churl on thursday evening by tin Rev. John Evans. The Amateur dramatic club i presented a Nevada or in lost mine Quot to fair houses at Lim lev monday levelling and at Bessemer last night. The tag social to isl Given under the auspices of iii1 indies of the presbyterian Church will he held at Nelson s into i tuesday evening. Everyone is invited. Mrs. Fennelly wife of Tho county clerk of Ashland county a Heen Tho guest of mrs. John Mullen ads week. So returned Horn thursday mrs. M. Acc Oil Jinny lug her. Deles Bennett and Al Hazeltine returned to Ironwood yesterday. They Are after slices of the forfeited Toms in Grant which opens at lie Ashland Laud office april is. They return to Ashland monday. Tile announcement of the Ironwood pharmacy appears on the last Page of today s paper. This is one of the City s oldest business concerns Aud when to Ley advertise a bargain it is not an imaginary one. Read their advert lament. Late Cornwall news the Iron Ore situation. The Cleveland Iron Trade review says the Norrie has sold Ore. While it is Tine the Norrie people have undoubtedly disposed of some Ore a wrong impression is thrown out in the following from the Cleveland Iron Trade review for tile Ore referred to is already on the docks Al Cleveland the Iron Trade review says the situation is getting More and More complicated every Day. What was Tine yesterday is no longer a tact to Day Aud rumours Chuse each other All Over the country with astonishing rapidity a lose upon the solemn declaration of the bulk of the Iron Ore dealers that tiles expected no Market until the end of june the news of the Sale for use in this Furnace District of a round Hundred thousand tons of Norrie Ore Aud the Advance in the pig Iron lilies is offset by the fact that there is none to lie had. There had been some rumours earlier that the Norrie people had disposed of a million tons of Ore to the Illinois steel company and As the latter concern is a heavy stockholder in Norrie and has always been a Large consumer of that Ore the report was in a measure credited. Moreover such a Sale could not possibly affect this Market As the Illinois steel company having a Large Supply of Coke on hand is enabled to make pig Iron without regard to the Coke strike while the Valley furnaces necessarily depend upon the settlement of the local troubles for ii resumption of activity. Nevertheless the alleged Sale of Ore to the steel company is explicit denied by the Norrie people who however report the Sale above quoted it 9-1 Jiff which is just a Dollar less than bist years prices. Other Ore men Are firm Iii their belief that there is not the slightest occasion it this time to make even an attempt to sell Ore Aud Hie general run of tur Neemen certainly entertain no views favourable to the tinting up of the various about ready to form a line. Ashland land office will be opened for filing april 17. As ii a n ii March 17.�?one month from to Day filings will lie received at the puffed states land office Iii this City on the unearned Omaha land. Instructions were issued by the local officials to Day regarding the Vanlier and time of filing from the instructions furnished by Hie department of the Interior. Till lands will not be thrown open for settlement until april is Luff s r j Fine weather which we have been enjoying for the past few weeks is milking by Fields Green Ami giving the Farmers who Are very Busy guest of bet parents i. And mrs. An Opportunity of working their land. 1 applications to make entries upon any i Fitzsimmons Tor the past month re j a Joe planting of Early potatoes Lias been i of the lands affected by the order will turned by Humboldt i tuesday morning commenced but it is thought that the lie received at any time from the Leo. Meanie hits interned trom ii Noguni Quantity will not is tilled this opening to the closing of Hie local land months visit to Ontario. Iii was y,.m, the seed being dear. Office on april 17. No action will tie Penryn a a the tender of or. A. J taken on applications by Hie officers on a Keek of Redruth for building the the 17th other than to note tin time of Bier during Tho hottest part of tin parliamentary Campaign and on election Day. An Iron Mountain dispatch of tues accepted Day says a a tile Chapin mine has not j. Ltd Wesleyan Chapel has Lieen the amount is Jcj Kofi. Or. Younson f. R. I. Ii. A., is Hie paid its miners for january As yet and architect they have now nearly tin cd months Ca Mulford. On thursday at wages due. There is great discontent came lion Petty sessions William Dodge of Trew Armett was summoned a headline Iii a lower Leif insula jut Jer conveys tile information that a a Lieut gov. Strong is there s no reason wily he should t i considering the a vent of Bio past few weeks at i Ansing. The Sam authority could never accuse Doran i torn nuts it a1 of thinking. A it is an amusing fact that the whee horses of Hie democracy in this county after Labouring hard to elect the democratic ticket last fall now find it necessary to spend most of blare time in Lansing in the attempt to keep tile democratic legislature Over which they were so greatly tickled from playing tile very Deuce with upper Jinni insula interests shutting Down the Iron mines robbing Hie Copper mines closing the mining school making new counties where they re not wanted Etc. This work has employed such men As Peter White of this City Aud George w. Hayden of Ishpeming for some time Ironwood paid nearly $15, my More ally they re still at it. In fact Tim last year than it would had its Ore been Nester himself is said to be Down there taxed As was other property in its City hanging on to the Tail Board of the this difference was due to Hie specific democratic Wagon in a wild Endeavor tax on Iron Ore that the democratic to keep it from roiling on to the among them and trouble is an unpleasant cont i of orgy a Arisen Over the i of hired Extension of Ashland Avenue to Marquette and Mansfield streets to connect with Melwood Street. The views of the several factions Are As numerous As the factions and a Ach believes its plan for opening up the Street is tile Only fair and just one. A divergence of opinion As to Tho manner in which the Street should by Tjien of exists with the directors of Tho Des i 11 Oles of this Groat family journal Aud comment is therefor withheld. A Charity Ball will is held of mar election intentions kor a Lek him and Ward Klyk. Gentlemen and fellow citizens having been requested by Many of my friends to run for the office of Alderman of Ward five i hereby announce myself a candidate for the same and if elected i Promise to discharge the j quell on easter monday which a duties of the office to the Best of my j cording to the mining journal a a will ability. We. Prout. J to the grandest affair of the kind Ever i known or. The upper for Justice of tub Prack. J in thousand Square feet of floor to the Public i hereby announce that i a candidate for till office of Justice of the peace. W. Ii. Daniels. Foh City recorder. Gentlemen Ami fellow citizens having liven requested by Many of my friends to run for the office of City re Corder i hereby announce myself a j candidate for same and if elected i i Promise by discharge the duties of the office to the Best of my ability. John Evans. Death word was the death at it. Paul of or. Witt. 11 will show you some Iron Ore. Tiffs is j Lota wife of Hie proprietor of thou a. Greatest Iron and Coal country in. I Bazaar store in Aurora Street. Death j Ibe world i believe Aud is coming to press says is for the Protection of toe i dem action powwows so far As the requited from a sudden attack of the la j of a front mining corporations. The democratic Hopes of the party in this part of state .,5. Besides her husband the de information was never very reliable. 1 Are concerned. No wonder that receipt leaving them for future disposition in the order they Are received. On and after april is the remaining lands will is open to settlement. And such Homestead applications Ai May then or thereafter be presented will be acted upon Iii the usual Way. Applications will lie received at the real of the land office on april 17, at i o clock. The ruling which does not throw the land open for settlement until the Day Atter tiling will he received As ii blow at the settlers who outline Wisconsin Central lines made the applications by mail and were Given the preference Over those Iii line. numbers of Laud seekers Are now in Lite City Aud it would Only need slight urging to have the line formed at tiffs Early Date. It is expected that fully men will be Here on april 17. Would clean out Michigan mines. The opinions of those who know something Assiut the Iron business Are valuable in connection with the the local a political Outlook is assuming something like definite Shaojie. The a. Peterson and Cha. Olson will contest at the polls for the office of Eusebid Ian of the City s finances. William Daniels and John a. Taleen have with mining journal. John la. D. Stevens a elect judge november last to become a candidate for state senator gov. Duce appointed by the officers on the Inland Revenue for carrying a gun on the auth of december without having a License. Defendant admitted the offence and was tined a a. Isl., Aud costs. Ski he Crofts Between Redruth Ami Manikin have been set on lire recently by boys and considerable areas of Furze Heath grass et�., Hay been Burnt. On monday evening a Croft was ared near wheal i by mine. A Gate was destroyed and damage was done to some Hedges besides a Quantity of furies et�., timing Burnt. St. Hilary. On Friday evening a sad Accident deemed at Tregurtha Downs mine to William i Cubit of Leiti huh. It appears that he was engaged in Boring a Hoiu when a Drill space for dancers a full brass band j a Contact with a missed Bole left suicidal measures about to be enacted anti one or two orchestras elegant a it Ines 0,1 a a Day a,1�?~11 at i aiming. The Milwaukee evening electrical decorations such As crescents exploded blowing Ort Bote j Wigeon sin tuesday Jiri uts the follow stars and other dazzling designs Are i hands besides doing i Ediin of lying a it would be a Good thing for the few of the attractions offered for injuries. Ile was brought to tile Wisconsin Iron mines a a said Abel Sweet Charity a Sake. F. N. Dotson i surface and Laid in urn account Bouse j Keyes of Melesha who is largely j formerly of tiffs City will have charge i pre to remained All night attended j interested in Northern Wisconsin i of toe electrical decorations by or. J. Madge. On saturday morn Mineral lands speaking of the Mich mayor Trebilock this week received us to wus removed to Bio Penzance Jojan specific tax scheme a but it would ii letter from or. Nath. Hilbert of infirmary when part of both artus i Dean out Hie mines in Michigan i Staunton. A and the billowing sex Toad to amputated. He is a married j they would stand no show if they had j tracts therefrom will is read w Ith interest by or. Hubbort s amay friends in of mrs. We. Loth. I Tiff City sometime when you want occurred Aud was Sling Lily injured. The Alabama mines. The proposition received Here tuesday of a to come Down Here and a u1,�?~ King on quite satisfactory. In an outrageous one and Hie people of ii Aston. At Bio meeting of the Northern Michigan would never submit Board of guardians held on saturday to Sueh a measure. I think they would or. John coat presiding it was cede from Michigan. There Lias reported that there were eighty five always been More or less talk you inmates against ninety three last year know 0 making a Ihu a Tau. Out of h2 out door poor received tin Bis. By. J Northern Michigan with the addition a in i ii Ltd 1 firing he fortnight which is Xuy 0f Jairt of Wisconsin or of tacking toe i if a a than Al the same period a upper Peninsula on to Wisconsin. Ting hoi in Ihm. Northern Michigan is naturally part of our state. The Only interest that a Southern Michigan has in sort Kern Michigan by get All the Money possible out of the mines even if they Are the amended City charter it passes both houses. And takes immediate effect. A synopsis of the amendments to the Ironwood City charter. Several important changes. La lie following is Tho condensed form of the amendments to Tho charter of Tiff City. Tho Bill has passed both brunches of Tho legislature and t through senator Steven a efforts has Boon ordered by take immediate effect l in first Ward is bounded on till North by the main track of the Milwaukee Lake Shore a Western Railroad on the East by Lowell Street and and Bio Section bin Between tin Norrie and Ashland locations Aud on Bio South and West by the Montreal River. The second Ward embraces till tin North Side and All that portion of the City bounded on the chm by Norfolk Street Oil the South by Vaughn Street Aud on the West by Lowell Street. The third Waul embrace All that portion of the City South of Vaughn Street East of Lowell Street and West of tile Section line Between the Norrie Aud East Norrie properties. The fourth Ward embraces that portion of the City bounded on tile North by the Milwaukee i Ake Shore Railroad on the West by Norfolk Street on tile South by Vaughn Street Anil on East by Curry Street. Tile fifth Waul embraces the East Norrie Ami Aurora mines and locations and All that portion of the City East of Curry Street and North of East Vaughn Street and extends East to the Section line Between the Pabst Aud Aurora properties. The sixth Ward embrace the in Alert and i. Elojio mines and locations and Leslieville. Tho following officers shall la appointed by the mayor within Twenty lays alter in qualification of that official City marshal director of the poor attorney assessor Street commissioner health officer fire wardens City Surveyor Engineer of fire department and such officers As the Council May from urn to time provide. The appointment of any officer shall he confirmed by a majority vote of All the aldermen elect. All officers Roap hunted shall enter upon their duties in the first monday in mar. Hie present aldermen shall to represent the respective words in which they reside at the time of the passage of the act until their Terra of office expires. In he Council May at any time when necessary borrow Money at a rate of interest not to exceed eight per Conj Juei annul but no Money shall be Bon wed for ii longer period than ten Yeai the question of making a loan of in Money shall he voted upon by the qualified electors of the City. It is a provided further that the total indebtedness of toe City for harrowed Money shall never exceed forty thousand dollars. The amended charter places Bio City Library in the hands of six trustees who Hull be appointed by tin mayor. Two of the trustees shall hold their office for the term of three years two for two years and two for one year and annually thereafter the mayor shall appoint two trustees for the period of Tii tee years. The mayor is sex offi Cio chairman of Bio Board of trustees. The Board will have exclusive right to adopt rules and regulations and Purchase All link for the Library. The Board hindi annually on or before the first monday of May appointed a librarian who shall bold office for one year. The salary of such librarian shall not exceed $250 tier year. The Section further provides Eliut the Library shall always be free Biall residents of the City under such regulations As toe Hoard of trustees May prescribe. When lie Luau w Ith a family. One of ins sons j la pay a tax of 20 cents a ton. They was with him at the time the Accident a void it difficult to compete with very rapid a. Furnaces Are j springing up in a very direction also ceased leaves a Bright Little boy two rolling Mill and All kinds of Iron works of in this j Friday last a meeting there was just about standing room Wiy it is the most Beautiful country of representatives bom All the methodist at the opera House last evening on the j Al Ell Matt oho could wish for i not Birches in Truro was convened by occasion of the opening of the season iced la the Ironwood news decor my-1 the Rev George Morris by consider Hie candidate for the mayoralty Are not1 of probate in 1888, and his term would by Beach amp Bowers minstrels. Till a or ill a family wore expected by return advisability of commemorating the numerous a in yet it is almost a Cor have expired Dee. I 1hu2. Or. Stev audience was a most fashionable one by Ironwood shortly for Good. Nothing approaching Centenary of John Dainty that mayor Trebilock will be ens was elected by Tho republicans of and included Many of the most proud a i further from my mind i alway Wesley a death. There was a Large returned without . Charles go Gebic county. When be resigned in no it people in the City and there was liked Ironwood and it people hut can attendance Anil Bio Rev. W. La. Not one in Tho Large assemblage whatnot afford to leave this Beautiful dim Thompson was voted to Tho chair. Did not heartily appreciate the per-1 ate Aud Rich Mineral country for All that. It was unanimously resolved to hold a or. Curtis Buck to fill the vacancy for j Mormance which was first class in i always had Greet Faith in Ironwood Central Public meeting in Truro on the unexpired term. The Board of a every believe yet she will become the in monday March 2, secure extra Coji ies at Tho news record at Peterson a Tost office news stand or at t diffs office the news record is the people s favorite Paliero a fact for advertiser to consider when renewing contracts. The churches. Beginners Billie class at the v. M. C. A. Every thursday evening at 7 h0. The first monthly membership meting of the y. M. C. A. Will be hold at the rooms monday evening. March 2. Id. A Good literary programme Ila of a prepared which will occupy the arly Mirt of the evening after which a social Tim will ins had. It is hoped that a very Mcraff Ier will ii present. J finnish evade ii Al lutheran Chou vhf to the county or iou Abii Ironwood holy or i vows every Al i Quot a. Iii a us the i a a a Al it Tion of a a a a saudi and at to p. Iii. Interpretation of he a a Bible every j or a a a a a a a it. A it a. Muj. Every 8uu,Lay it a. P in. It Chhuy Schurk a a Hotuj services Ever third in Ulm Al the month til j p. In. Or Lorn ii Terri a Gay. Hew a same us it Wakefield. When at Wakefield of in a. In. Then at no so to ii St 2 p. Rn., had contrary. La v. J. Vav. Ulo Seuao pastor Ward Mac alien Era new Niece it is painful to hear that a Ballet girl had so Littig rest sect for her a that uhf married into the new York four Hundred Tiem big by wife of a nephews of the very Ward Sentinel a local newspaper is a paper that prints the local news Aud that s what s the Matte a Iii the Newa record

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