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VOL. 9. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1888. NO 4 Northern Tribune. PfBUSNB EVKRY SATURDAY. CHANDLER & CO. w Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. Jewelry Store, Opposite Postoflice. HEADQUARTERS O Watches FIXER'S JEWELRY STORK, Opposite Postofflce. E. BP1LLBK, PAINTER k PIPER-HANGER, Third St.,Cheboyffun, Mich. nnivT2--ani A Mft:ui('A! noi'Ni:, INDIAN RIVER, MICHIGAN. Honry Rogers, - Proprietor. Houso enlarged, newly retlttod, plonsantly situated, opposite railroad depot. Table llrst elass; charges 81.00 per day. 1'utronagc of tho public solicited. L T. L1MPERT Watchmaker And Jewelry. (fOhl and Silver WatdMS, Clocks, Silverware, Gold Jewelry, (iold Cliui us, Bracelets Spectacles And EyCfflttMft ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING Neatly and Promptly Done. L. T. I1PERT, Notice of Special Assessment. t nenr Adams. PhillD Bries, Kllz.ubeth 8 Ulaney, Goo W Hell, mirbar BueiL William Kartholomew.Isaac aCooper, Wm Chandler, Win Elliott, Cornelius A Gal bight r, William H Grier, Cornelius a tiaiiagner aim uuniie I) Uurdlck, John and .lames Hooan, Sarah T Home, Moses w Home, jonn n ivou., John C Mii'vaugh, Daniel 1) McDonald, Post Van Armlule. (leoive i'auuette. Adolphlis Kobertson, Anthony Siankiewitz, Samanthii W Summons, llenrv A Wetinorc, nniiiu , Wilson.Georue Wllson.Naney J Zimmerman Tunis T Van Arsdalo, and all other persons inte rested in any of the lots and premises hereinafter mentioned and described: -XOttOE la hereby given that by order of thu Council of the village of On boyuan, an assessment has been made upon the folow Ing lots and Parcels Ol land for def raying the OX pence of the construction of a tile sewer on Rim itreei from the east side of Iluiley street to t he Cheboygan river, to-wlt : bol numbered :t. 4,:.. 0.7, 20, 21, 2, 24, 2.r., :.it. an, :ti, :rr, a ;. 44. 45. 4i. o,l. 'a a and 74, In what Is kno-vn as M W Home's llrst and a nd addition; lot 1 block 4 in L Backus adition: lot A and lot-::, 4, 5 f( and 7, block .J, and lots:!, 4 and ., block 4. in M W Homes. Id addition; lds Hand 10, block I ami B.ip what i known as Win llurtholomc w's addi tion. ... , And that a mil of -aid assessment was filed wlthme.luiv inth. ihs.i. and will remain in my Office until Tuesday. Kveninir Aug. 7tli next, rbrthe Inspection of all persons eoncerned therein. - . .'- otiee is also given that the Council nnd Board d Assessors of said village will meal jl the CoUBOtl Roomsln saiil vill tro on 'I iies- aaj creninv. Aug. 7th next, at o'clock to re view said assessment . al which titns and pla e importunity will be given all parties interest ed to be heard. Dated July UHfc, iam, C. J, 111 NT. Vlllag" I l''k, I am Going to See TT'l ' -AND- NEW COMEDY CO. And So Am I, and Take the Family, Too, OPERA HOUSE, TO- Doors open at 7:30, Performance com mences at 8:15 sharp. Vitalized air. VITALIZED AIR. TEETH EX TRACTED wifhoiii Pain. At mi. G. H. HILLS New Den tal Rooms, west of the Grand Cen- tral, opposite the school houso. Having secured the exclusive right for Che boygan county, to administer Vitalised with llurd's Patent Apparatus, (illustrated by the above cut) for the Painless Extraction "f Teeth Dr. Hill is now prepared to do all kinds of dental work in the most thorough manner. Vitalized air is perfectly harmless, and agrees with alleotistitutions. FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAKS 1 WILL NELL Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, ALSO. Flowers at Half Price, KK ATM KRS, RIBBONS, AND PIKCE GOODS, 25 PER CENT. OFF. rail early mid secure Bargains. Miss M.W. Smart, Fourth door South of Grand Central Hotel. . MEXICAN HOUSE, KttHt Ma of brMfi. PETER 8POOMEB, PnprMer. Thin has alwavs been a popular hotel and is sustaining its established reputation. 7Jmy piAXSLXl HOUSE, A. M- TEBO, Proprietor. This house HI now Brsl otlSS the seaw p alwaj s to ,,p n"'1- Vegetables of 7JnlT:m Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, J PLY 28. 1883. Tenclicrw' Institute. The Teachers' institute for Cheboygan county, to open Monday, August 13th, will be conducted by Prof. K. B. Fairfield, of Grand Haven, assisted by Prof. F. A. Barbour, of Coldwater. These gentle men are experienced educators, and stand at the top of the profession in the state. The sossion under their their in struction cannot fail to prove profitable and interesting, and no teacher can af ford to absent themselves from the in stitute. If you want to do good work, keep your tools sharp. Two lectures will be delivered la the evening at some of the churches, during the week, and Prof, Fairfield suggests that Monday evening, Aug. 13th, be devoted to a social. Prof. Sutherland has charge of the local ar rangements, and wo trust he may be heartily supported by all who have an interest In educational matters in Che boygan. Prof. Fairfield also expresses the desire to hear from some of our citi zens on educational matters, At the so cial Monday evening Prof. Sutherland, to add to the interest of the occasion and enliven the exercises, desires to have some music provided. From the talent in our village, there should be no difficul ty in securing this, and we trust that he will receive the hearty co-operation of those proficient in the divine art. Let all tako hold and make the institute a grand success, both in the way of enjoy ment and instruction. Pit. Mary's. Last Sunday was completely filled with services fraught with historic worth and sacred associations at St. Mary's, under the direction of Bishop Bichter, well calculated to deeply impress the mind and improve the heart. For centuries Confirmation services in the Roman Catholic church have had extraordinary significance, and the 125 confirmed last Sunday realized what millions have done in passing through the experience, and the fact that for hours the large aiidienc was eneliained by the solemn reilffioufl ceremonies1 is uoM of tho healthful condition of the church. The Bishop conducted the elaborate service vvitli satisfaction to all, making I very line impression bv his visit here. His sermon was intensely Catholic; in pri vate the Bishop is an educated, cultured gentleman, very tillable, kind, and en joyable. Father Beamed! Mas every reason tn rejoice in the wonderful bar monv. efficiency, and nrosnerity of his church. l,osi i l.ej; by i lie Car. Thursday about noon Ferdinand Paquin, a young man twenty-seven years old, sou of Adolphus Paquin, of this county, undertook to get on tho caboose, at Gay lord, to get to Forest where he was engaged loading cars with lumber. The train was iu motion, and as lie attempted toget on he slipped and fell, nis right leg going under the car and the wheels passing over it, crushing the bones between the knee and ankle ami mashing his toot, ins rather was telegraphed tor ami brought the young man home on the morning train. Dr. T A. Psrrln was called, and as the limb was injured beyond saving, the bones being ground to splinters, he administer ed chloroform and amputed the leg about three inches below the knee. Tho young man was weak from loss of blood, but stood the operation well, and a couple of hours afterward, when the Doctor left, he seemed to bo resting easily, and the Doctor thinks he will pull through A Kure Opportunity. Rev. C. W. Knickerbacker will preach at the Opera House to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. This minister has made a fine reputation as an able Uuniversal ist divine, and we congratulate our com munity on their privilege of hearing him. Excellent music prepared for tho occasion. Everybody made welcome ART. Miss M. W. Eddy will bo prepared to receive pupils in Oil and China Paint inc. August 1st. Lessons will be given at pupils' residence or at Miss Eddy' studio. Keusengton Art Embroidery including arasine, plush, and ribbon work, will also be taught. Orders re ceived for material. Prof. Benjamin, the favorite vocalist is with the Morrissey's. Dauphin of tho Louisiana lottery scheme has sued the postmaster general for $100,000 damages for refusing the lottery the privileges Of the mail. Mshiii. Mtuuenls. As announced last week, the original 'Nashville Students" will give one of their inimitable entertainments at the Opera House one week from next Mon day evening, August tith, for the benefit of the M. E. Church of Cheboygan. The followiug endorsement of their concert we find in the Bay City Tribune. This is to certify that the Nashville Students, under the management of Harry Hanaford, sang m my church service on Sunday evening, July 22d, 1883, with the greatest acceptance and delight to all. Their concert on the pro ceeding evening in our church was in every way satisfactory. Their rendering of plantation songs places them among the first troupes in the land. They haye the good wishes of all who hoard thorn here for their future prosperity. S. Hastings Rosa, Pastor Cong. Church. PoJt Huron, Mich,, July 23, 18S3. Certainly a very eujoyablo evening is ia store for our citizens and the object is a very deserving oiie and of itself should call out a very large aud ience. Go and contribute your mite assured that at the same time you will obtain value received. lion isscj n HlbcrilU'Oll. Among the many entertainments that have visited Cheboygan during the past year none have met with a more cordial reception than tho above company, and tho simplo announcement of their ap pearance to-night is a guarantee of a good houso. Tho excellent panoramic iews of Ireland's noted places and beau tiful scenery is an interesting and pro fitable exhibition in itself, but in addition to this there is a fine comedy company, comprising Tom and Maud Morrissey in now roles ; Bryan O'Lynn, the funniest of all Irish comedians ; Prof. Benjamin, one of the old Continental vocalists ; Prof. Wells, who, with bis happy family, is a good thing to cure the blues. Tho whole making a very pleasing entertain ment. Do not fail to seo tho Morrissey 's to night. Performance commences at 8:lo sharp. Don't fail to be there. The Concert. Music lovers gathered at the Opera House last evening prepared for a feast, and were rewarded with two happy hours of musical enjoyment, that was at once delightful, refining and profitable. The programme had been finely arrang ed, and was executed without a blunder, and in very fine taste. The audience seemed to be hungry for music, and with remarkable good humor and keen relish, consumed all that was given them, with out showing any tiring or uneasiness. rhe more frequent such concerts are given the faster the community will ad vance in the right direction. We con gratulate the ladies of the Congrega tional Church in contributing to the hap piness of our people. We were glad to notice several persons from tho different churches.Iand feel assured that at no distant day music, in Cheboygan, will receive the encouragement, patronage, and attention it should. CONCKRT BCSOM The inelegant habit of furiously stamping the floor should be stamped out. The hoodlum's whistle was not heard. The audience was not large but select. Misses Magoffin and Keables are not afraid of a piano, and their skill is masterly. Napoleon conquered the world, but Geo. Fax captivates the world, the flesh, and the devil when he steps before the footlights, where at will he makes a complete fit- of laughter, admiration, and applause. Miss Marion Paddock won laurels of which she, or any one, may justly be proud, but which will require work to retain. Miss Carrie Davis is a favorite song stress, with a bird-like yoico that war bles its way to tho heart. The singers were heartily encored, and responded generously, giving tho people a great deal for nothing. There should have been a house-full. Tom Morrissey iu his wonderful silver sand jig to-night. The Ut. Rov. Samuel S. Harris, I . I .. Bishop of the diqeeso of Michigan, will make his annual visitation to the parish on Wednesday, the Hth of August next. Services in the evening, at 8 o'clock. ,1 a y ks II. MAGOFFIN, Hector of St. Jamts', t Mae ioiie or c iMin a Lenahan ft Pipin have engaged the services of an expert hand to remove the building from the lot on which the bank will be built. A Nad Affair. Albany Island, July 22nd., 1883. Editor Nohthkkn TKiai Ni:. A very sad affair occurred about 12 miles from here last week. An old lady named Laun visited a Mrs. Watson, and when returning home lost her way. This was on Thursday, the 20th. She was in the habit of using tobacco quite freely, and had been without it for sev eral days, and also without tea, and it is feared that from absence of these stimulants her mind became affected. Her husband and one son came here to Mr. Littlefleld's camp to get work, .but as he had work for the son only, the lamer returned home, and it was the night of his absence that the old lady got lost. She was not found until to day, Sunday, making four days she was out, and a portion of the time amid a terrible storm, When found shoj was dead, and had evidently been so for some time. She had lost her shoes, and from appearances seemed to have died after a great struggle. The strangest part is the fact that she was found only half a mile from her home, in which was a small round clock, that stood on a shelf, suu junii as me searening party nretl a gun as a signal she had been found, the clock fell with a crash to the floor, and was badly mashed. She was between 50 and 60 years old, and was a smart, active woman, and respected by all who knew her. She leaves a husband and three grown up children to mourn her loss. Mrs. A. R. Littlkfield. THK NT ATE. Herbert A. Tompson, a young man of St. Johns, has constructed a flue eight inch Newtoma reflecting telescope. Ralph Merril, oldest son of H. P. Mer ril, of Bay City, accidentally shot and killed himself at 11 o'clock Wednesday, The electors at Grand Rapids Tuesday voted on a proposition to provide $100, 000 for water work extension, and the nays had it by a large majority. An enormous jam of logs is resting a gainst the Detroit A Milwaukee bridge at Grand ltapids. The jam is six miles long and it is estimated that there are 80,000,000 feet of logs in it. Owing to high water and bad weather there is a great delay in the Muskegon river urive, too rear of which will leave Houghton lake August 1 under tho man agement of Superintendent S. P. Foster. The drive is nearly 60 days behind the usual time. Walter Page, of Bay City, one of the victims of, the Grand Trunk disaster near Olivet last April, died a few days a go. The Valley papers say his case was very similar to that of President Gar field.and that he lived six days longer than the latter did after receiving his injury. Goyernor Begole has pardoned three more convicts. The recipients of tho ex ecutive clemency are Charles Beep, sent from Kent. December 20, 1881, for four yenrs for assault with intent to kill; Wm. Shields, from Kent, Juno 20,1882, three years.for robbery; Wm. Carroll, from Lenawee, May 1,1881, five years, f r burglary. tiii; XKW.N. Wisconsin farmers are much depress ed by heavy rains and lodged grain. A colored boy, ! years old, at Borne, Ga.. is said to play the piano like an educated performer. The rolling mills at South Chicago re main idle and the demands of the 2,000 striking employes are unsatisfied. The Union league club of Chicago will tender President Arthur a banquet on bis arrival there next week, en route west. President Arthur's eon, Chester, If with Lome and Louise, angling for salmon in the Cascopedia river, Nova Scotia. Near Waynesville, N. C, is a church 2S by 44 feet in size, with a steeple, the whole being constructed from a single pine tree. New York and Boston merchants lose $500,000 to $1,000,000 on 10,000,000 pounds of butter bought last spring and cold-stored in Chicago. Captain Webb, the English expert swimmer, was drowned while attempt ing to swim the Niagara Biver on Tues day. Tho whirlpool was too much for him. Several dams in Dane Creek, near Fond du Lac. Wis., gave way Suuday submerging 200 houses, and" damaged property in the latter city to the extent Of $20,000. Unclaimed Letter List. The tollovving is a list ofletteri re main lug In the i 'beboygan postofflce.tin sailed lot July 29. reraon a calling fc I thoMilettei s will pleasesay thatthey are advertised : Gko. P, HrMrnitEY, P. M. Onrhain, Mrs. Julia; Bitter, Maggie; Bradley, Isaac; Boodin, Louis; Hristol, W. H. ; Brown, i. j Carpenter, William; Cunningham, Jno. H.: Dumse, Antoine; Doe, Alex, (2); Fa'r- ehOd, H W. Hart, Miss Ida; I , J, W.J Lnmson, Miss I,.; NeWCOfllb. V. H.; Heed, Jno. ; Smart, George; Bharbeno, i-viix; Bajrer, Thoe.; smitti, Geo. IL; Selbjr, A. v.; Thompson, Go been; Thompson, .lames 0. ; Thompson. Susan; Watson, Reoert; Wetton, Joha; White, Vic toria; White, John.