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Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1883. lDEVELOPKD WEALTH. Men who Huve Some Mom.v, Energy ami PftMMMMM can, without a lloubr. Make i.aruo Irolll in oiitfUS JiiK In the t'ranlnrry CaltttVa In liegion. lu our issue of last week wo furnished some facts in regard to the production of tho cranberry. The subject is one of Mich importance that full justice cannot be iMp to it in a single newspaper article- Volumes might bo written in re regarfl to it, but if by our remarks we can succeed in interesting even a few people in regard to the subject, wo shall faave fulfilled our aim. We feel assured o! the correctness of our position when we .say that. when the "cranberry interest" becomes 'fully developed, the value of the product will lareelv exceed that of wheat. After the vines become full bearing tho cost of production in propor tion to tho value of the crop will be far loss. In Wisconsin there are many people who began the cultivation of the crauber ry with as little of this world's goods as our ordinary homesteader, and aftar some vears of patient toil and attention we hear of them selling their crops for thousands of dollars. The brothers Carey some years ago lo cated 12 aereB of "bog' land and im proved it gradually as they became able, aad last year the gross proceeds of the "boe" were 180,000.00. Almost numberless instances might be iited of the success of the cultivation of the berry, and whatever may be said of the suitability of the soil aud climate of Wisconsin for the production of crauber ties, may be said of Northern Michigan On making inquiries from woodsmen, lumbermen aud others, regarding the Amount of suitable cranberry land we were astonished at the large amount available for the purpose. In some places there are hundreds of acres where the berry grows in profusion in its natural state, and which have all the surroundings necessary for transform ing them into artificial bogs, where the crop is far more uniform and productive. The nature of a great deal of the soil in this county is such, that being so well watered, small bogs of a few acres each in extent abound plentifully. In the nerixhborhood of such rivers and their tributaries as the Black, Rainy, Ocqueoc, Pigeon and others, there is a large amount of suitable cranberry land. In -the township of Beaugrand there is one bog of perhaps thousands of acres, and in a favorable season furnishes a large amount of cranberries in their natural state. All of this land is available for their artificial production. THE STATE. Mary CrowH won the literary esay prize at the anderbilt University over 121 young men. It is reported that Carey, the Irish in former, is in Montreal, having assumed the name of O'N'eil. Nine of the 11 prisoners in the Berrl eti county jail at Berrien Springs escap ed Saturday by tunneling their way out. Polk's conviction must have been a tremendous surprise to him. The Demo cratic party usually protects its embez zlers. Somebody asked Gen. Grant what he "was doing nowadays." "Getting as much comfort out of life as I cau," was I hiareply. Ed. F. Parmelee of Reading. Iia9 bought an interest in the Charlevoix "Sentinel, and the paper is to be greatly improved. The contract for furnishing the state its stationery, etc., has been awarded to Charles N. Ayres, of the Detroit firm of Richmond & Backus. Judge P. T. Van Zite, for the past five years district attorney in Utah, has resigned his position, and will remove to Charlotte, his former home. Monday morning a man whose name is not given, was run over at Reed City and had a leg cut off. He tried to get on the train while it was in motiou. The appropriation for a new building at the Industrial home for girls ot Ad rian, was 17JXK), but all the bids were afcove that figure and it is reported that the contract was let to .lames Uonough for $18,111. Urs, Harriot Worden, of (iraiui Rap ids, celebrated her (.K)th birthday onO day last week. This venerable old lady 1b the mother of Admiral Worden. U. S. Nn the man who commanded the Monitor in her famous light with the Merrimac, fit action that revolutionized naval warfare, terrible accident oceiirTod on an ex cursion train on Uie Rome & Watertown railroad Friday of last week. The train was running at high speed, when it col lided with a single car on the traak near Carleton. Several Michigan' people were on the train. Henry McCormtok of Benton, being killed. The town of Cataaiicciola. on tile Isrhia, near Naples, was almost ontiidly destroyed by an earthquake Saturday night. The neighboring towns of For Jo ami Larceameno were greatly damaged. It is reported that the loss of life is apulling, some 8,000 or 7 0tx be- ling swaltowed' m or killed by the fall ing ruins ef thalr homes and public .buildings.. ZB3T Calling: -A-t tiie STAR CLOTHING HOUSE -YOU WILL FIND THE Largest and Most Complete Stock O F Spring and Summer Clothing EVER SHOWN INjCHEBOYGAN. Let The Others Do The Blowing We Have the Goods toShow. Seeing is Balievinjr, anil we cordially invite each and everyone to eall an 1 inspect our Stock and Prices. Goods Marked In PlainFigures ! CHILDRENS' CLOTHING In New Patterns and Styles. All the Nobby Styles in Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods Appreciating the Libeial patronage extended to us by the citi zens of Cheboygan and vicinity in the past, we have made un usual exertions this spring to get the Largest and Best i the Market, and are satisfied that we can please you both in goods and prices. i i BINDSOOFF BROS., STAR CLOTHING HOUSE. 1 is B0TJ1TD to LEAD. Staple .Always on lian! a Full line of im linn aim rainj wmmito, PROVISIONS, TOBACCO CIGARS. COFFEE. Old G. Java Mooha, Chnim Rio SUGAR. Granulated, 'offee, rushed',. Bmwiii. Syrups, Molasses, Honey. TEA. Gunpowder, Oolong, Young Hvmh, Breakfast, Japan, Imperial. Our Nw Season Teas are guaranteed to jrive perfect satisfaction in every cast'. SPICES. DRIED FRUITS, AND WEST INDIA GOODS. Canned Meats, Fruits and Vegetables, Butter, Eggs, Lard, Cured and Smoked Meats. ALL KINDS OF SALT FISH. In fact, a lull, fresh and complete assortment of everything usually sold in our line. We buy OUT goods direct from First Hands fior cash, and conse quently buy ut the Very Lowest Prices. Wt make our customers'1 interests our own, by warranifciin every article we sell; and if it does net prove satisfactory, refund the nwney. We can, and do sell the BUI HOODS tor the UUil MOffEV, and are confi dent we cau convince everybody of that fact who will give us a trial. ALWAYS UP TO THE TIMES. We bWO jwet connected our store with the Telephone Exchange, and all orders received by telephone will receive our prompt at&entiiea. C. A. GALAGrHER, iW to Cira'ml Central Hotel. 3F1 urniture I Buyers do not be deterred from Coming and Seeing for Yourselves, by And Remarks, made by others, that they are Selling as Cheap as us. W e are tbe only House that pay Spot Cash for Every Dollars worth of Goods ordered; uenee, we can give our customers the advantage of that item; besides, we keep the Largest any Best Selected Stock in Northern Michigan. CL 3Lu she-sttxz: sc co. Notice for Publication. Land Oitick at Dethoit, Mich ( June 21st, lWtf. ft Notice is hereby given ttiat tbe following named settler hits filed notice of his intention to make final proaf in support of his claim, and thai said proof will he made before the Clerk of Cheboygan County, Mich., at Cheboy gan, Mih, on August 7, !:;, viz., Jolm !. langer, for the n (f of s o aiiii, swV of 8 e 1-4, and s o 1- t or n e 1-4 of section 19, Town 35 N Range 2 east. He names the following witnesses to prove Ids continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz., Royal Taylor, tieorge Kadkl, Julio RohertB,'John San dison, all of Shaw p o. Adam V. Hi xm, June 23-5t. Register. Jama 'arp.y, the- informer, was shot and Tilled Tor Elizabeth, -South Afri ca His slayef Ws a fellow MMUft ;.r iKiwe nanred 0 Don- ,ell and his death' Wo compassed despite t 'rial measures taken try tho British nvntMt him. vei iiiueui i" ih f. Palimieri, director of the meteor "h al observatory at Mount Usuvi.m jSft that the disaster on the island of SSSi iturday night was not duo to JJ353L uake, but to subsidence of the Blsaoi rm ,,,,. fnvps on limiors are opinion fflwt ranCo measures than pro better aa terVfat . hibllory legisf.n ' vircinin. is to be Wheeling- wi , Bas aim there is lighted with uaffti ln t,ia gas in its n UM WkaiF.rMVMly Want. Is a reliable medicine that never does any harm and that prevents and enres ilisers by keeping the stomach in order, the bowels regular, and the kid uii.i livor 4,ive. Such a medicine is Parker i mnger rouio. n reuevermy case, and lias cureu uiuuiuu. aw other column. Trihune.- worili Rmemberli8 Now that the good times are again up on us, it is worth remembering that no one can enjoy the pleasantest surround ings In bad health. There are hundreds Af miMnhiaiMoalt goinsr about to-day with disordered stomach, liver or kid npys, when a bottle of Parker s Ginger Tonic would do them more got d than all the medicines they have ever tried.- iPARK KIPS IGINGER TONIC. ONCE TESTED ALWAYS PEEPEaSD. Th!irront remedy h won Its wny to the honest place In the esteem 04 the most Itiitetll-L-eut panOM. There are daily recruits to its boats of friends. Its performance is invariable BETTER THAN ITS PBOHSE. It pives tOtM and power. For comptamts of the Kidneys, Bowels, Stomach, Lirer Sc I.uns, for all the subtile troubles of women and for those bodily disorders Induced by anxiety, care and mental strain, its off ects will surprise you It is not an essence of ginger. DeKctoufl to the palate, an antidote to tho liquor Itabit.and exceedingly helpful to tho aged and feeble. Na and $1 siises. Hiscox & Co., New York. Li MAIN STREET, UUillll in Cheboygan, - Mich. Yon can get your Laundrying done as wen at 11118 launury as at any laun dry in Detroit as elsewhere. If you don't believe this bring your work and see for yourselves. Call aud seo mo The Only Laundry in Town. H. HALE COBB, Proprietor. FOR 8ALL. Two Houses and Lots. on oiist side of tho rtwr. For particulars en quire of MRS pnILIp ttsbRY, Ujulytim Cheboygan, Mich. LANDS FOR SALS I 3,000 ACRE OF GOOD IANP Selected Especially for Farmivi, Pur poses and Two Improved Farms, W,-br-ro,daJ ,ow, rn,p"- Hm" Pyment nmZlVJ'' s.uit Pura8ers. Also abo t -i.tiou acrrs of pine lend. J. H. McAKTHtJIl, ( heboygan, Mich.