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1HE NOMHERN TRIBUNE. K OVEMBER 3. 1883. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. KOVEMBKU3. 1883. Don't forget Mrs. Alf. Osier, thick of the little ones left so suddenly without a father. Liberal IN ALL KINDS OF WORK DONE AT THE STAR BLACKSMITH. SHOP. CASH PRICES BELOW ALL COMPETITION. Inducements to Customers. I also make a Reduction for Horse Shoeing. Horso Shoeing season is no here. Parties will remem ber that the Star Rlacksniith Shop is the place to get your work done in first-class style. W. McEAOHRAN. FACTE FOE fl PEOPLE YOU SHOULD SEE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF "7o Have tlie li To Be Found in Cheboygan id and Mos pi Goods i are C. W. Farr issues drafts on the Muns- ter bank, Dublin, good iu England. Scotland, and Ir eland. Charges reason able. The Cheboygan Tribune is a credit to to that city. Charlevoix Sentinel. It would be a credit to any city. Elk Bapids Progress. The P. R. P. S. Club will give a social hop and oyster supper at the Fountain House next Tuesday evening. Tickets have been placed at $1.50. Excellent music has been engaged and a go(d time is expected. Divine Services of the Independent church to-morrow evening will begin promptly at 7. Rev. A. W. Westgate of the Congregational church will preach. The music will be very fine, and every one who attends will receive a genuine welcome. ine uev. james urumiey tue younger brother of Thomas, the well known job berof Cheboygan, will say his first mass at St. Mary's church in this village to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. The occasion t he interests friends of the young Levite. The I Rev. Father James Crumley was ordained priest last Thursday, by Right Kev. Bishop meter, in st. Andrews ca thedral. Grand Rapids. Parties broke into 0. P. Langdon's fcCSSWc llclVG and appropriated three half barrel sacks of flour. Entrance was gained through a window, the sash of which was fasten el by nails, which were broken off by the burglars. They were yery partial lar to pick out sacks without holes in them, removing two that were torn in order to get at perfect ones. Moloney Brothers are having thG brick hauled for a building for their bottling works, In connection with their brewery. The building will be sixty feet in length, aud width enough for their bottling works on one side and store room for empties on the other, with passage way between tor a drive way, and will have a cellar under the whole buildinsr. The brewery has been shut down for the purpose of putting a new arch around their boiler to giye them more furnace room. ' James Lynam is in receipt of a letter with the sad intelligence of the drown ine of two brothers and a sister, at Elk horn, a town west of Winnipeg, on Oct. 20th. The boys were 19 ana 9 respective ly, and the sister 13 years of age. The sister was skating on a lake, near the homestead, and broke through the ice, and two brothers sacrificed their lives in their attempt to rescue their drowning sistv. The mother stood on the bank a witness to the tragic affair, but ut .terly powerless to render aid to her d rowing children. James and Michael, two brothers residing here, have the sympathy of this entire community. The oldest brother was doing well, having rJln"::.' of ,,nl'aDd w' All Iask is a trial of my Goods and 0 Have not time to write an adver tisement. You cannot avoid the rush at REID & CO'S. as . Reliable Goods as Made, and Warrant Every Pair. gsWe have a River Boot that Takes the Cake, so everybody says. gsSCall and see us, you will find our stock complete, and our prices reasonable. gdgKRemember the one-price, reliable, Boot and bhoe House. A. W. WESTGATE & SONS, Store opposite Post-Office, in Paquette's New Block. 4 THE OLD RELIABLE. That all should know that W. 0. 3o5onald jDIE-u LEE X2T Milt D Canned Goods of all kinds. FIRST CLASS BUTTER A SPECIALTY. VIMS. Just received a cargo of glass, all sizes, waicn we win sell at rock bottom prices. bnith & A dims. Planing Mill. Ifcrer Civ Up. If you are suffering with low or de- tressed spirits, loss of appetite, general pebility, disordered blood, weak consti tution, headache, or a billons nature, by an means procure a oottie or Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to see the rapid improvement that will follow; you win oe inspired with new life; - sirengin ana activity win return; pain and misery will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by ivenuurg oe uooper. Prices. Tos- Houe to Rent. On upper end of Huron street. ?sion October 15th. Enquire of Alex. McDonald. X I. II nvlug- Present. Dr. M. E. Allison, Hutchinson, Kan.: saveu nis lire by a simple Trial Bottle of Dr. King's Isew Discovery, for con sumption, which caused him to procure a large uoiue, mat completely cured him, when Doctors, change of climate and everything else had failed. Asthma. uroncnitis, Hoarseness, severe Coughs, aiid all Throat and Lung diseases, It is guaranteed to cure. Trial Bottles free at Kenburg ot Kooper Drug Store. Large size $1.00 Notice for Publication. LAND OFFICE AT REED CITY, MICH. Oct. 15th. ItMi. Notice is hereby civen that the following namea seiner has nieu notice or his intention to make final proof in support of .his claim, and that said proof will be made before the uenc or pjheboyiran county, at Chebovcran. Mich., on November 27th. 1883. viz: Martha J. Curtis, widow of Jose ih Curtis. deceased. H. E. 8587 for the s )i of s w M, sec u, i son, raw. ue names the ronowmcr witnesses to nrnve ins continuous residence uuon and cultivation of said land, viz: Win McLaney, of Topinnhee p o; Jonathan Buff, of ToDlnabee D o: William Cherrvman. of Topinabee p o; Lebbens Curtis, of Topina- uee p o. EDWARD STEVENSON, 20oct6t Register. MUSIC. MISS MARION A. PADDOCK Is-prcparcd to glvo Lessons in VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL Music The seholnrs enn hnrnlhnlr fhnlnn n her own or their homes. Im-iitf What Have You to Sell or Exchange. Ohamberlin & Crosier . BUY AND SELL SECOND-HAND "a a via O O ZDS Of Ail Kinds. Picture Framing Dona to Order. Furniture, Household Goods, &c. Bought, sold and exchanged on the most favorable terms. Corner of Water and Third streets, op posite Benton J louse. Make spec at ies of the following lines of Goods: LADIES ffllH G1IITS, FINE DEESS AND TRIMMINGS, CARPETS! In all grades. CURTAIN TAPISTRIES! And fixtures of all kinds. CLOUIN AND mm PROPOSALS WANTED. FOR RENT. Tiio House on Upper Main Street Recently occupied by Win. F. PePuy, will bo rented on reasonable terms to a good tenant. House in good repair, with well and cistern water, cowl celler and out-buiMines. Neigh borhood unsurpassed. Enquire at the Rtore of aunov W. & A. McARTHuR. $10 Reward. Lost last night, In Chelioygan, near the IocIcfJ a Itad Covered Account Hook, with Cash Hook pruned in gin on mo cover. Keturn to this oOice. Sduovlt vJfcAP'U rroposnls will Vie received until i euuusuuy, ixov. nn, ipo:j, lor 100 Cords Sound Body Beech and Maple 11 oof, 20 inches lorn-, to lm 1olivr.m,i r n House Grounds, on or before Jun. 20th, 1K84. The rltrht to reject any or all bills Is hereby reserved. Hy orderof the Board of Supervisor. K l hi m unv. 270Ct!t CInnitnlttpn. TO RENT. The brick store on South West corner Main and Pine Btreets. oni)oit Grand fVntrnl Hnh.i Possession Nov. 17tJi, 1883. Enquire of WWIU BELL t ADAMS. DEPARTMENT Is filled with everything new and desira ble in that line. Ship Ruilding, Caulking and Spar Making. Repairs of all 'Kind j promptly attended to. Also Oak Timber, Spars and Knees constantly kept on hand. A. W. WESTGATE, Insurance and Real Estate Agent1 Office omioslte nostoflicp. recently oppimin,l A few nore suits left. Eemember we are selling CLOTHING AT ACTUAL COST And it will pay you to improve this on. portunity. 1 NELSON & BULLEN. 3novtf by J. P. Sutton.