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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 3, 1883.
Northern Tribune. 12 itrl il rh rit(olltr at Chelxi) . :i a tt;onl C'Ihom Matter. AIH-.!AY. NOVEMBER 3, 1SK3. nii'D U AXT to iii:.ot:itN. On and after January lt, ISSt. the subscription price to the Northern 1 niBi'NE will he reduced to $1.50 jut anni m, invariably in advance. To all new subscriber.), prior to January 1st, 1884, the Tribune will be furnished from date of subscrihtion to January 1st, 1S83. for the price of one year's sub ecrlption. All subscribers who have paid beyond January 1st, 1884, will be credited for puch sum at) may be due them on subscription at that date, at the reduced rnt". A sp"? )lty of flue commercial print ing at the Tribune steam job office. Tin D-trjit nnruiug d:ilie.4 ar dovvn to three cenfs. Little Hmy Farr U down with typhoid fever, b.it doing well. Jann M;ft.iif the fourteen clerk of the C:ih II mae, h is a pet coon, a gift from frie.it!. S. F. Tolsma shipped seventeen tons of fresh rtsh to Detroit on the City of Cleveland 1-isr Sunday. John Bowman, on his way fo B iv City, is visliimr hi sister, Mrs. C. W. Farr, of ih Teb'ph' iie Exchange. Rol.t. Baunnlyne, now on duty as clerk of the Van Kaalte repcris about 200 crafts for shelter in the Sault canal. Dr. BuPanl is fitting up the rooms over Jot- Spooner'a meat market for an cm re. ui aocior nas a luiTHtive prac tiCe. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pafferson return ed ;.ome oft-r an extended trip to Cana da, visiting en route relatives at West field. N. Y. Mr. Davidson will close hi gallery in two weeks from now. Therefore all de . sirintr photographs taken by him should call during next week. The Fountain House has Iveen over named, pmiittM ami reutied. it is now a bright, cheerful hostelery. George Fitzpatrick is the popular proprietor. Dr. S. Dul'aul has teen appointed county physician in place of Dr. "VY. W. Bowes, who recently removed from the 'village. He has also been appointed a member of the Board of Examiners for pensions in place of Dr. Bowes. Msrs. Dowjing & Comcrford having made arrangements to receive by tele iam the results of Tuesday's election for (he accommodation of Cheboyttan ites, will bulletin the same upon the Re ceipt of each dispatch at their Millard parlor on Main street. Tuesday evening Sheriff Harrington received a telegram from Deputy Sheriff Abernathv, of Mackinac couhtv, giving a description of a man named John Stevens, wanted at St. Ignace for larceny. By ten o'clock that night he had his man run down and safely housed in the county bo.irding house. Steven) told 83me of the ? other prisoners that he guessed they, had the man they wanted, ani that it would go hard with him. Deputy Sheriff Abernathy came over Wednesday aud got the prisoner. Cuvier the great French naturalist could construct from a single joint of a fossil the whole outline of the animal. In comparative anatomy ho was unrival ed. Explorations have confirmed his theories. Zoology since his day has ripened into a science as the frequenters of our museums can testify. At Ken lurg & Cooper's rumor had it that; Ike, Who is a daring hunter,' and the hero of many a bear scalp, had captured a. "live white coon." Several have been to see this exceptional curiosity, but no one tells what he saw. Tlure is evidently something there to arouse interest, but what, is a conundrum. The planetary system is an obscure study. In words the scholar escapes with his brain in a mist. But objective teaching leaves a different impression. Here the motion of the earth, its alternating day and night is readily apprehended. The school board has with this view intro duced the Lanatellu as an exercise. The board is to be commended for this. Our school system needs to advance with the age. The children can see this earth they live in is not flat but round, and explain to their parents with aptness what in ihe time of Galleleo the wise men com batted with so much energy. To Win. E. Ross is the credit for first suggesting, and he ordered this instru ment. Onr common schools are our glory and we must make them as thorough and as practical as fits the en lightenment of the age. The night police have got their over coats. Hempstead's dry goods are the cheap est in town. Will Osier is back from Pottsdam, and is doing business again for Frank. Printing of all kindsneatlyand cheap ly done at the Tribune job office. O.ir Catholic community is large an its services are dear to the faithful. Alex Campbell has his hotel next to the Star Clothiug House nearly finished the rooms will be first class. Hempstead, in the dry goods line, of fers great inducements, 25 per cent on all purchases. See his ad. h. Waite is at Wolverine. Ho comes to town every now and then where his friends give him a hearty shake. Miss Hattie Rapia and Miss Jessie Mc Douald thank their friends for their patronage. They are deserving girls. See their ad. Mm. McEacheran keeps the Star Blacksmith shop. He is a clever, indus trlous man, and a fine mechanic. See his advertisement. Steam presses and a complete stock of paper, card board, envelopes, etc., enables the Tribune job office to turn out work promptly and cheaply. The proclamations of the President aud governor are suggestions to our peo ple, thanks are due to the Infinite, and to our own seuse of freedom. Oliver Spooner has the Franklin house, it is newly painted, an. I its rooms are neat. The ball there last Tuesday night was a success. Prof. H. C. Goodenough will be in Oht-boyKau soon, to tune and repair pianos and organs. Orders Jft at Van derbilt's music store. Third street, will be carefully attended to. All Saints day. Nov. 1st was a holiday in the Catholic church. Crowds of peo pie attei.ded service. The 2nd of Nov all souls day, and service commeiiwir has just received a Fresh Oysters. Give ative of the dead were had Jerry Hopper from Indian River is here. He is a proteus. He has leen cutting up sonu capers on olt ihends. It was only in his laugh that :ieM calm the wrath he'd excite. Jerry HH ItriCK. Madame Halfmann, clairvoyant, born with power to tell past, present and i fu tore events. Has been tested by thous iiiuls and has given perfect satisfaction Jias taken rooms at the Kenton House. where she intends remaining for a short lime. Also ladles' and children s cloth lug stamped to order. I.IVK TALK ON 1. 1 VI' M'HJr.CIM. It's astonishing to see the crowds who throng Hempstead s store to secure the bargains offered there. Big Bargains in shirtine flanels at Hempstead's. J. M. Meyer has all kinds of canned fruits. Opp. Blake's foundry. II. J. Miner carries honest first-class goods. Fresh roll butter at Gallagher's. 20c per pound. If you want a good book in any stvle of binding, do not give your order to agents when you can get the same book for nearly one half the money at VY. K. uoss' oook store. Only a few days more in which to buy cheap dry goods at Hempstead's. Mrs. Hamilton having just returned from her trip to New ork and Boston, is prepared to do dressmaking in the latest styles and at reasonable prices. East side of the river. I have tea varieties of Choice band picked winter apples. I, E. DeGowin. A new line of Bote paper just received at W. E. Ross' book store. 100 barrels choice winter apples at Reed & Co. C.' A. Gallagher's is the place to buy lake herring and white fish by the bar rel and retail. The Metropolitan Billiard Rooms, op posite the postofflce, has telephone com munications. It is a cheerful place, and where you'll find the very best people whiliug away a pleasant hour in the mazes of the cue. Read "Swlnten's Story Teller" for good reading, you will find It at W. E. Ross' news counter. The best candies in town for the money at Wheeler's. Joe Murphy's barber shop does first- class tonsorial work. McVey is a kuig it of the razor without a peer or reproach. The Star Clothing House. Go there if you want good cheap wiuter wear. If you want a good gold pen at rock bottom price call on W. E. Ross. Do you want a fine overcoat and a fine suit of clothes? Go to the Star Cloth ing House. Why is It F. J. Todd has such a rush at the Peerless Bakery? Because he has the best baker in Northern Michigan. The finest line of albums in the city at W. E. Ross'. Choice fresh cider 25c per galloa at C. A. Gallagher's. Do you want the best and cheapest ulster in market. Go to II. J. Miner's. Merchant tailoring in Cheboygan has frown into extensive proportions. It is adlcatlve of the taste aad style of gen tlemen in fress. There is ao eye but the wearer to discern a fitting suit. II. J. Miner keeps in his establishment nine skilful hands, averaging over $100 per week for wages. The winter stock is varied and fine. C. A. Gallagher choice lot of Select him a call. F. J. Todd has the assistance of a first class baker from Deiroit, and is prepared to do all kiuds of work in the bakery line. Peerless German Horse and Cattle Powder at Case & Perrin's drug store. The cheapest place in Michigan to biry moves in at iiicLiouaid x rueny a. For the most, elegunt lino of silk cir culars and dolmans, go to Nelson & Bullens. For Miunesota patent flour go to Gal lagher's. Evry department filled with new fall goods at Nelson & Bullen's. For Kale, An improved farm for sale, 4) miles west of the Court House, with all farm ing utensils, on good terms. Apply to Medard Metivier, At the Court House. The best black Cashmeres for the money are at VY. & A. McArthor's. The largest line of first-class stovei in Northern Michigan at McDonald . taeny s. Rapp & LaPress are in reeeint of an invoice of Shoe and Boot Paes. imnortad from Canada. They warrant them im pervious to water or snow. Thev uta just what lumbermen want. They will keep their feet dry as well as warm. When you want a simerior nac. call on this well known firm and examine for yourself the merits of this pac. It will speak for i'self and convince any one of me superiority or tins style. Ladie's and Children's Freneh and English Hosiery at W. & A. McArthur's. Go and see the brilliant Jewell Sauare coal stove at McDonald & Cneny's. Received to-dav from New York lh choicest selection of oerfumes.odor cases. dressing cases, fancy toilet boxes, ex tracts, tripple extracts, colognes, musks, and hair oils at Parcelled Drug Store. P. II. McDonald has ODewed a feed and sale stable in connection with the Cass House. Horses bought and sold. He has now several choice horses. They weigl! from J000 to 1500 lbs. xujMimi prices hi m. a a. iujAriuur a The Star Blacksmith Shop, Repairing none to ereryining. w. mcejlchran. They are offering Cantom flannels bleached and brown, at very tow prices at w..v a. JHCArthur s. For choice- Dairy Butter gw to- Reid If you want a nice tub of batter for winter use g to Reid & Co. A fine line of Ladies' and Chi'HTrcn's underwear can be een at W. & AVMeAr thur s. Four Dpartments Under One Eoof. o ik Gents muni HATS AND CAPS, Coos MERCHANT TAILORING, Each and every department fi ed with the choicest and best goods in the market. Come and see us, oiltie: pbice to .XuiL. H. J. MINER. COAL, COAL! Fresh Oyster at wholesale prices, 25 and 33c per can at Reid & Co's. The only Dairt Butter in towa h at Reid & Co's. Matt. Kesler ljaan easy chair toff his customers. For fruits, all linrt.s go to Gallagher's t'hoicv Groceris-f every kind at J. M. Meyers. Fob flannels and! blankets go to W- & A. McArthur s. Iwlass-lamps a specialty at J. F. Molo ney, s.. - . CaU and see the mw selected variet!a of perfumes, odor rates, musks, &c, at Parelle s Drug Store. Smalt rans of reader mixed paints ait Packard & Upham's 1 fee Quest stock oc dry goods Is at W- & A. McArthur's. Bivr the celebrated Crown Jewel coal stove, for sale by McDonald & Cueny. Dusnond Dyes at Packard & Uphatn'si. Packard & Uphain have all the patent medicines. For concha and colds or any kind of lung trouble- take Whites' Pnfr- monaria or Pettets Cbngh Cure. Every can of oysters warranted good! or money refunded at Reid & Co's. Flannel suitings, Ottoman cloths adi Cashmeres in the nw shades ut W. Ac A. McArthur's. Ijook at the. 8. 10 and 15c dress gooifr at W. & A. McArthur's. We make a specialty of table linens napkins and towels. x W.& A. McArUinr. W. VanValkenbarg will be pleased to tneet his old customers and supply them with the choicest of fresh fish at hi new fish market, next to Lynn's meat market. Will VanValkenburg will deliver t his customers, fresh fish, nicely cleaned. Dr. King's Great Madical Discovery, Sure cure 'for coughs, colds, coa sntnption, or any other long or Utaeat afflictions. Sample bottle free at Par cel le's drug store. Patent medicines in great varitesat Parcel le's drug store. 1, 2 and- 3 gallon Jugs aad oil cans for sale at half cost price at Par eel le's drug store. Toilet sets in great yariety at Par- cell's drug store, All orders by telephone to Cheboygan Drug Store promptly attended to. L. A. rARCELIK, PTOp'r. Fine bargains In Ottoman and gros grain silks at W. & A. McArthur's. If you want to lay in your winter's stock of hotter, call on C. A. Gallagher. He handles the finest of dairy butter in town. The Newport sash, something new, at Nelson & Bullen's. Something new in cloak ornaments at Nelson & Bullen's. C. A. Gallagher has just received a choice lot of Selest Fresh Oysters. Give him a call. Received one car load of choice hand picked winter apples at 1. . DEUOWIN. 90 Crocksjof choice gilt edge butter at I. E. EeGowin. f A A. McMli's M NOW IS TIME TO BUY. All Orders received before Nov. 1st, will be filled at $6.50. Parties paying for their Coal can have it delivered any time this win ter, as they want it. Must ADVANCE Price After Nov. 1st. W. B. MILLER, Agent. mm Stable ant ine! v AT THIS SAMRJNS' STABLE; Gin THIRD ST ' ALBERT HAYDEN, Proprietor. Draying of all Kinds Attended To. Particular Attention givcatw furnishing tatta.ble conveyances for HUNTING AND FISHING PARTIES.. G-ive ECim a, Oa.ll. Perfumes,, the most select, at Parcelled drag storev. Bnrrill" Compound' Cherrr Balsam for throat and 1 crags. No (cur no- pay. 1 ERR1N dc Cask. For coughs amf colds. Burrfirs CUn- pound Balsam, at Perrin & Cage's. Wanted 50Otonsof hay far cash, de livered on. dock. Smith & Aams. Blake's foundry and ma thine shops give atl orders in their line-Immediate notice. Breakfast bacon and thole fresh meat. Go to Lynn's. At the Peoples drug store- the atten tion of the ladies is called to rare toilet fixings, and perfumes th most delicate. If vou want the best of Hme. cement. calcined plaster, hair, brick, land plas ter, salt, oats, hay, wood, hard coal, blacksmiths coal or steamboat coal, go to W. & A. McArthur's dock, foot of Main at- everything warranted to be of best nally, prices way down. The men going to the woods will get gloves at their own price. They are tor sale below cost at Wheeler's. C.A.Gallagher has Just received a choice lot of Select Fresh Oysters. Give him a call, A choice stock of fall aad winter mil linery at Mrs. Hamilton's. For ftardinea and cove oysters go to J. M. Meyers. Opposite Blake's foundry. Room to rent. Enquire of 0. M. Clement. Go to Ilempstead'H great closing out sale and get your winter supply gloves, hosiery,, buttons, etc. : 'Call at, rarcelle's Drug: Store and ex amine the largest stock and greatest va riety of tripple extracts, colognes and! hair eLIs in Cheboygan, Everybody Pays tlt (iallagher has-the best 50 cnt tea that ever came to lawn-. All kind of slhs. 1 All kinds of buggies, all kinds of wagons, the materi al and1 workmanship first-class at Joseph Pellenz. Just received a new line of rarpets prices way down, at Nelson & Bullen's! Examine Nelson and Bullen's fancy goods department. Have you seen those new chenille drws fringes, in all the popular shades atJselson & Bullen s. James R. Forsyth, the merchant, is in the Gerow block. In the line of hosiery he has a choice selection, of ladies goods particularly. He has also knit goods of Rl.,, .nd9 T,he bo8 Kln t0 woods will here find everything that answer for winter wear. The finest assortment of cream candies In town at the Peerless Bakery1. Alfred Hudson has a barber shop east of the bridge. He'll cut your hair, shampoo your head and shave j-ou with skill. Crowds of people are flocking to Hemp stead s to take advantage of the great bargains offered by hisclosingout sales.