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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JLLY 28, io83
9 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JULY 28 , 1883. AIIIR The propeller Idaho was in, bound down, Thursday evening. The Fountain City called in yester terday morning, bound west. The propeller Peerless left Macki nac last night for Lake Superior ports. -The tug Bob Anderson came into port Tuesday and was in port a couple of days. The barge Fame arrived at Duncan City Sunday and loaded lumber and lath for Detroit. The steamer Pearl arrived up Thurs day afternoon, and called in, bound down, that night. The schooner Imperial arrived Saturday, loaded lumber, and cleared for Chicago Wednesday. The Mary had quite a load of passen gers on her trip through the inland route Wednesday morning. The schooner Reed Case reported at the Custom House last evening bound from Kincardine to Chicago, with salt. The schooner Flying Cloud arrived Monday morning, loaded lumber, and cleared Wednesday evening for Chicago. - -The Van Raalte beat the Keweenaw down from the Sault, notwithstanding the latter had some hours the start of her. The Canadian schooner Arabia, with cedar ties and posts from St. Joseph's island, reported last night, bound to Chicago. The Canadian propeller Clinton with consorts Grimesby and Clyde, called in Tuesday to report, bound to Chicago with cedar. The Arundell commences her regu lar excursion trips from Bay City to Mackinaw to day, and will call at Che boygan to-morrow afternoon. - -The Keweenaw arrived up Sunday morning with quite a numlBr aboard, taking in her second excursion to the Sault. She called in Monday evening bound down. The City of Cleveland arrived up Wednesday morning filled almost to overflowing with passengers. She had quite a large party of excursionists aboard from Dayton, Ohio. The Atlantic arrived up Tuesday morning on time, with a large list of passengers. She called in bound down in the eyening, and then went to Duncan City and loaded lath several hours for Detroit. Tho Champlain arrived this morning with a large consignment of freight to Cheboygan, and qnite a num ber of passengers. She leaves this even ing for Chicago and way ports. The Van Raalte makes her regular trips between this port and the Sault' and gets her share of the trade. From this time to the close of the tourist sea son, excursion rates will be given on her Saturday trips. The wrecking schooner Experiment arrived down from Lake Superior Wednesday, with a cargo of iron ore and scrap iron. She sold several tons of the latter to H. A. Blake, and the ore she takes to Charlevoix. The Grace Dormer, which a number of years ago run between Cheboygan and Mackinac, was run into by the tug Frank Moffatt, and sunk, at Port Huron. Both craft belonged to A. N. Moffatt & Co., of Port Huron. The Dormer will be raised. The St. Marie arrived down from the Sault Monday and Wednesday even ings. Clerk Trempe informs us that the tug Mystic is being fitted up for a passenger boat and will go on the route, in connection with the Ste. Marie, in a few weeks. The schooner St. Lawrence, sunk near St. Helena, is being buoyed by divers for S. J. Murphy, tho wrecker. A thorough examination of the hull will be made to ascertain its condition. She was a new vessel when sunk and It is thought to be but little damaged. CaptAlex. J. McKay, the gentle manly first mate of the City of Cleve land, has been promoted to the command of the new steamer. City of Mackinac, whieh is expected out about August Nth. Monday evening, at Detroit, tho officers and employes on the Cleveland present ed him with a handsomo gold watch chain, and charm. The Ca n n 1 ian propcllet Pacific ar rival Tuesday with an excursion party aboard. Qolti a number were from Toronto and other Canadian cities, and all seemed to be enjoying the trip. The Captain stated that he landed several hundred Italian laborers at Algoma Mills, to work on the railroad. She gives one more excursion, and will again call at Cheboygan. MARRIED. Kai.mbaih Sweet. On Thursday, the 26th last, at St James' Rectory, Cheboygan, by the rector, the Rev. James H. Magoffin, Mr. William KaJmback to Miss Hattie E. Sweet, both of Cheboygan. HnmH and Door. Ret (i i led nt wholesale or ices. Smith & Adams' Planing Mill. Builders' Attention. Snsh nml Doors will be retailed at wholesale prices on and after this date, July, 15. Smith & Adams, Planing Mill. Just, rrelved ft cariro of class, all sizes. which we will sell at rock bottom prices. SNITH & ADAMS, flailing Mill. FurnUhed Moonia to item. On Division street, between Huron and Dresser, Apply at this office. House lo Item. On Dresser street, near Division. Ap ply at the Benton House. A l.lfe Sitvinir Present. Tlr If. K. Allison. Hutchinson. Kan- saved his life by a simple Trial Bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, for con sumption, wmcn causen mm to procure a large bottle, that completely cured him, when Doctors, change of climate and everything else had failed. Asthma. Bronchitis, Hoarseness, severe Lougns, and all Throat and Lung diseases, it is guaranteed to cure. Trial Bottles free at Kenburg & Kooper Drug Store. Large size $1.00 InicerMol on the I nrlflT. Agricultural countries produce great wealth but are never rich. To get rich it is necessarv to mix thought with labor. To raise the raw material is a question of strength; to manufacture, to put in beautiful and usetui lorms, is a question of mind. There is a vast difference be tween the value of. sav a mill-stone and a statue, and yet the labor expended In getting the raw material is about the same. The point, after all.is this: First, we must have revenue; seconn, snaii we get it by direct taxation, or shall we tax imports, and at the same time protect American labor? The party that advo cates reasonable protection will succeed. Notice. IT. 8 LAND OFFICE, I Rood City, Mich. July 11, lt83. C COMPLAINT having been entered at this office by Nathaniel McNames against Henry Isurreti ror ananuoning nin oonwiuw entry No. 8450, dated December 3d, 1877, upon the s V of n w X, section 25, township 85 n, range ;iw, in Cbeboyuan county, Michigan, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; tho said parties are hereby summoned to ap pear at this office on the 8th day of August, 188U, at one o'clock p. m., to respond and fur nish testimony concerning said alleged aban donment. . . EDWARD STEVEVSON, Register. W. H. C, MITCHELL, Receiver. UJulySt tmZ S LI h 3b in fSilif n e i fe I if) M i fe? If 0 WJgQ ID S 'Si SO go jJ EEID & CO., Are bound to hold the fort, and always take the lead. To-day they are selling I lbs Ex. "C" Sugar, for - $1.00 11 lbs Standard A Stigar, for 1.00 10 lbs Granulated Sugar for 1.00 TEAS. GRAND AAl'IDK & INDIANA RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. Take effect Oct. lo. 1882. STATIONS. Pure Drugs! TRAINS OOINO NORTH. No. 1. I No. 3. I No. 6. , No. 7. Cincinnati. lv Richmond..." Winchester Ridgevllle 1 Portland 4 Decatur Ft. Wayne.ar IV Kendalvllle " Sturtds vlcksbura Kalamazoo ar B iv Allegan ar G'dRaplds.ar G'd Kaplds lv l,Q H & M c Howard City' Big Rapids. " Reed ('ity ..." Cadillac. ...ar n iv Trav'se'Cltya Kalkaska " MancelonR " Boyno Falls ' Petoskey, ' Hnr.Snrlnurs'' Mack. CUy ' :i 06pm 4 19 " 4 m 5e8 " 13 7 10 " 8 15am 7 45pm II 10 12 14pm r.3H 1 05 " a io " a la a aa M 4 4fi " a oa " 7 16 " 7 50 " 8 05 7 45am 7 55 ' 9 17 " 10 14 " M 50 " I 12 05pm 10 00 10 20 1128 11 49 a UMun 1 6 M 2 20 M ;i io " 4 20 " 6 42 " B41 " 7 20 " 740 " a aa " !( ftO " 10 20 ID 37 1205pm 1 01 200 3 15 :i 80 B 5? 5 27 6 01 7 11 7 50 8 aa 8 30am 9 42 " 11 03 12 lpm 12 Ml f "J5 3 50 4 2-k 6 15 5 35 6 59 7 52 8 50 10 10 11 0 1 11am 1 58 3 22 4 15 7 00 STATIONS. TWAINS OOINOSOUTH. No. 2. i No. 4. Cls- e m I caul s DYE STUFFS. Perfumery, DressiiiR.vases and Florentine Statuary A T THE PEOPLES' DRUG sTORE, CkSK ft PERRIN, Proprietors. Mack. City lv Har.Sprlni(S" Petoskev " Boyne Fulls " ManccKuia IV Kalkaska Truv'sfi (Mtv" Cadillac ar ..lv Reed City lliir Kanlds " Howard City" TVfJ.II&M c " G'd Rapids ar IV Allcflran " Kalamazoo ar lv Vicksburg " Sturgis Kendalviile F't Wayne. ar .4 Jy Becatur Portland " Ridgevllle " Winchester ' Richmond " Cincinnati " PLOWS ! PLOWS ! I hftve the bwt WrOOgHt Iron and Steel Plows that ever struck thu town; likewise the Best Fanning Mills. J . IT Mliaatf PERRY DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! No. 6. 7 00am 9 00 " 9 15 " 9 35 " 10 32 " 11 M " 1 00pm 1 3" " 2 10 3 10 " a 37 " 3 56 " 5 00 " 7 40 " 4 Wpmi 6 13 " 5 50 " a 47 " 8 05 " 8 20 " No. 8. 6 15am 7 04 " 8 08 " 8 M " 8 54 a so " 1 10pm B 40am 7 20 " 7 59 " 9 07 M 9 44 8 25 11 42 " 12 05pm 1 10 1 50 2 46 2 14 4 aa 5 00 " 5 00 7 00 " 7 15 " 7 47 " 8 48 ' 10 05 " 11 20 " 12 30am 1 25 ' a 34 m 3 01 " a 23 " 4 35 " 7 35 " 9 50pm 7 00 1 05am 1 52 3 10 3 50 5 45 610 7 45 8 19 9 17 110 37 10 55 1 00pm 1 10 2f2 2 .r7 a aa 4 40 6 03 715 A. ft. LMMT. Gf-noral PassonKcr Arcnt. PROVISIONS. Potiitoen, per bush. - 4oc Sugar Cured Hams, per lb, - 15c Sugar Cured Shoulders, per lb lie 10 lbs Tea Dust for - $1.00 1 Lard, per lb., - 15c 5 lbs good Young Hyson tea, 1.00 Lard in tubs, from 25 to 50 4 lbs best Jap Tea, for - 2.00 1 lbs, - - 12 l-2c We carry four times the stock of any 7x9 store in town, and we can and will sell you cheaper than any of them. yGo to the nearest TELEPHONE and tend in your order. It will receive prompt attention. REID & CO. DUNCAN CITT THOMPSON SMITH, Proprietor. Desire to call the attention of the citizens of Cheboygan, Dnncin City and Sur- 1! I i .1. . T ........ .....I .11 ... I ....(.,. I Cf.w.lF ..f louuoiiig couuiry iu nir iiuge uu nnnmviN uwiw ws Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, BOOTS and SHOES, AND FURNISHING GOODS FOR LADIES k GENTS We have received by the early boats, a Full Assortment of Seasonable Goods, and the stock in eyery department is full and complete and will be kept so by daily additions, thus giving our customers the benefit of a choice line or goods from which to make selections. OUR PRICES Will always compare favorably with those of our competitors, while the Large Assortment of goods give our patrons a better opportunity of making satisfactory selections. TAKE NOTICE. IiNHOlution of I'lirtnurNliip. rpHE partnership ontorcd into on the 18th day L of November, A. D. lHH'i. between Oliver S. HayriVn nncl T. Jefferson Downs, doing busi ness under the tirm name of Hayden & Downs, of Indian Hiver, Cheboygan County, Michigan, has this day bfenldixsolved by mutuiil consent. The successor of said lirni twin Oliver S. Hay den, who is authorized to collect all bills duo saiil firms. Dated, June 25th, 1883. nx ( liriJOV(iAN Teeth Kvtra' tcd without pain. OMlce.Matn treet, opposite PO1 .V Van Arwdale's. 4 For Sale- ''''''SSsimT'NArK Notice tor rul)li( iiion. I. AM) OKFICB AT DWmOIt VlCM ' .inlv Ihih 1888. I VTOTK'K is hen byjrlvn that the rolluwtllir 1 i ante l settler bin Ble I notloe ol ins in tention to make final ptOOf In BUpporl "I btl claim, and that Mid proof will be made before the County Clerk at Cheboygan Mloh, on Auirust 88th, 1888, vl... Oeorire Kind, for tho s w l r 'i ser 7 and n fr 'i of n w I'r t see 18 I N n ue. BKnmesthe followlnt witnesses lo prove hi - continuous rcsid.-nce upon, and ouftlvetlonof.nnidlnnd Albert Pofemd, lipubon Klnoadi , Royal Taylor, John Buaafer, .HofShawpo.Mleh. Jnly21-flt. Retrlster. Trobatc Orucr. STATE OF MICHKiAN, county of Clieboy nran as. At a session of the Probate Court for the said county held at the Probate Ollice, m tiie village of CbeboyMO, on the 2Mb day of July, in tbfl year one thousand eiylit hundred and eighty-three. Present, Kdwin . Perking, Judge of Pro bate. In the matter of the estate of Areule ( 'aid in a! , deceased. on reading and filing the petition, lu!y veri fied, of Frank Cardinal praying, among other things, that the weMtte OT said estate may be, by the order and decree of this Court, assigned and delivered over to the heirs of laid deoeewd. Thereupon H ii ordered, that Monday, the 20th day of August next, at 10 o'clock in the forenodn, heniriirned for the hearing of said petition, and thai the hetn at law Of said de ceas 'd, and all other penOM interested in paid estate, are reQidred to appear at a eeMion of .;.iiii I'niirt tin n to be liclden at the I'roliate i il i . in (I'M villai'e of ( helio irnn. ami slioAV cause, if any thew i"'. why the prayer Ol the petitioner should no! fie granted. And it la further ordered thai said petttlonei irive notioe lo (he persons interested in said estate, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing B copy of tliis order to lie published ill the nOlTHKnN TrTBI m; a news paper printed and circulated In BaM county, three MOOnsive weeks previous to said day of hearing. EDWIN .. PERKINS, true coi'v) Jndgeol Probate, July W it Foundry and Machine Shop. This shop is one of the best fin Northern Michigan. We are prepared to do all work in this line with dispatch. Heavy work, such as Saw Mill Repair I Steamboat Work SpeciaJ-t"sr- 0 THOMPSON SMITH, Proprietor. Duncan City Mills. LUMBER OF ALL KINDS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ' These Mills are the Largest and Most Complete in Northern Michigan i.tnd tho en he l est (SwMtWenct regarding Lumber by the cargo solicited Coll LuaiKtKrBlSS Market Prices at retail. Parties contemplating build ing would (lo well to call and examine our stock. THOMPSON SMITH.