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'Be the powers aloe, look there!" exclaimed Ollicer Dock in shivering tones to & citizen who wad passing him on his post in New York. "May the liivens above defend us, but what is that yonder?" and he pointed out with his club to tho astonished citizen the figure of a man that could be dimly seen hang ing from a irinler of the elevated road ..l"...! ... 41..; 1 Tl.o. citizen paused with a shudder, the chill f SUUiyglll Iiaillllj; Jitmvjr iuo un, "ind the clocks having just struck one. Tfcie ottleer seized him by the arm with u iron grip, and led him toward tho swaying figure. As they drew near nou-h to distinctly trace the outlines vf a &im'n form the citizen, with the wild cry, It's a suicide!" darted away, wad left the officer alone in the shadow, jhis hair standi. on end. From a brace .that stretched from gir der to girder, fiu 'y forty feet from the ground, hung the si 'ide spectre. Little Ktreaks of moonlight fell through the lofty net-work ofgh'ders, braces and jams upon the body as ,t swung to and Jro moved by the breeze. . The elevated road at this point is very I'lgh, and the suicide, so tuought the ofljeer, had climbed down from above to v',e brace, fastened the ropw to it, placed (h noose about his neck and. jumped ot7 'The knot was placed under the left ear, and the head hung over on the right S-'d3 still covered with a, dark felt hat. Th-8 Tmdv whs clothed in a dark coat and pants," and a shoe had fallen from his I left foot to thegroitnd beneath. Tremb ling with fear the oilieer stood survey ing 1he situation for a few moments and then rapped for assistance. The re serves were called out and with a tstretcher and small ladder returned to the spot. Many attempts were made to get at the swinging corpse, but to no purpose. Finally an olueer was sent uown to tho car-) aid of the elevated Toad for a ladder, ropes and a man tat could climb, lie soon returned accom panied by an expert climber, a long (wider and rope, The .ladder was reared and placed against the brace by the side of tho figure, and taking the rope with him in order to lower the corpse, the man from the car-yard climbed up the ladder. The ollieers placed the stretcher, underneath, ti.e iiody and prepared to' receive it as it was lowered. Meanwhile tho man on the ladder had roac?-e 1 tje corpse. Ho .'turned it around two or three times, and then, to the horror of the ollieers, lilt it a thump in the neck, threw down Km rope and.slid down the ladder with dtagrust on his countenance. "What tho matters? What's the jnatteri1" chorused half a dozen voices. "A straw man. You cops ought to ' gro watcii a goat farm that's about the ic&t vou could da" X Y. Journal. THE NORTHERN 3' NOVEMBER 3. lS " Tlie ZFxoprietoxj o m i ni 1 1 star,qiotnmg ouse f..,i'WK ilk Nl h i A IK AAMvY " Lit Are now in shape to rush their FALL BUSINESS ! Goods Marked in Plain Figures. AIT IMMEITSE i 3 MFlltCW! At prices that Defy Competition. A l ull and Uompiete oiock ol Wat :. Q 1 0 0 eJaka 0 t J. IT A For men and boys, and are marked at prrces that will sell them. Also a full and complete stock of Scsrlet all wool, White all wool, Scotch all wool, and Fancy Shirts and Drawers. " llA L t V i X a -mi mm. K3S visum .-.mm A GKWEAK lVcsjV(iatltndc. . ;. Cats have the ' reputation of behi Bellish and attached to localities rather than to persons. . But the following .story, told in an. fcnglbh, magazine, shows that at" ltMwt.-oneat possessed gratitude and, delighted to exhibit it: ' "She lived in a gentleman's family, and on the. best possibU terms with .the air ily dog. -The d6giwtvs especially c6ur teous to tho kittens of madame. One roQJTjJflZ there was- tremendous; storm fit thunder and lightning .rincher, the .a .o n thn drawinar-room, the cat -with her family, in the garret. The a r- ono?fW.hlv disturbed fneht- end, indeed, by 'the' repeated flashes of "He had crept close to the .master's Too .hon niH4 walked into the room with a disturbed air, and, mewing with all her might, sfie came up to Pinchcr, rufcbed her Xadi'a'gainstr his cheek, gent ry ' touched . him with her paw: ; then 'walked to the do'o'.v stopped, looked back and 1 mewed, alj of which Baid as plainly as words could have 'done, Come with roe, rincher.' But Pincher -was too much frightened to give any consolation to her. She returned and renewed her-ppllcation with increased energy. The dog evidently understood Ler meaning, but stmcrejt close to his master. rni , V7"') 1 "So puss wentfcfftd look 1 after her family upstairs. Presently she was met Tninrr iinwn with one of her kittens. AOdshe'madd it to be nnderstood very -watch this one while she went to letch the others. . " " " "She was greatly disturbed by the rl thn master followed her, mitifrated ter cares, assisted Mer in put- ,t3n- her family into a place of safety, Sun? remained with her until the -storm nan nnif -nr! nil wA arain calm. ' inn nn thn frllnwinr morninff. mucn loliis surprise, he found puss patiently waiting for him at the door of hi9 ,f RVin nonnmnftnifidhim down to breakfast, sat by him and caressed bim in every possible way. .cu haA oWflvn been in the habit ol aroino" down to breakfast with the lady Zt iSi house, but on this morning no coaxing could persuade her to go down ade his anoearance. .icu. rr tn t.hfl breakfast-room with t! .;nlnrf aa haa been said, until fcn-akfast wa9ovcr; then went upstairs to her family. She had never done this l A naverHid it ft train. She h&a hown her gratitude for the care be- i.rH iinrtn ncr 111LLU uuui nun IMAiTT jv - - T ,- i -;.'.". ' fit ' i 4 ? 3 V 1-ir V.:'.5-w LIME OF ME . JUST OPENED. A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF HATS AHD CAPS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES. TLe Largest anil3Iotst Complete Stock of men:s AND BOYS' Ever slioVi. in Ch.lmw.il. CM 0""$" clseivherc. 33? r. CLOTHING V 5 VVvk "f tA J .aiU xvxn JK- RINDSKOFE BROS, Proprietors.; , :t u.xni-a.re::! ,.- : ! : VI ,,v., -vi. n T.... fV.i' PVinirtA Rio. . y . - I n. a k rin tarred fmm fWitlnar a Mil Sftfinff for YotUTSelveS. . t7 An I Mil l Tji. VX. Dili") itivx.., w..-- ,T- . 1 "rT"T,',l I UUtUIB UU UU UO ucJli- "vu. 1 " m-'l- AM. ' . .. i 1 i. I O Mn Uaana'li'Hnnitv. n t. . !.. t,liAp& Calllnn oafhoon oa lis. 1A OTA ISA M11T UTTftATl (granulated, onee, rusncu, onm. ujiu , f -- i nemarKs, iuaue iy vnivts, uio uij v.fc ,r", " " rSLUAii. uraiiunicu, w..yv, , i.r.. t T.vr,ai 1 cL.t rQi, fr, vuotv rtftXtai-H woith.of Goods ordertd: hence. we can irive our customers the advantiffe of. that itemj.hasides, we keep the Largest any liest selected stocK. aiouueru xiii;uku. ;, mV. "i V.nLwI-r. Oolonff. Younir Uvson, Breakfast, Japan,. I m penal. iuA. rv:,," ' - , . . f li. .t: r : Our Nw Season Teas are guaranteca. to. pve poriecv t.BiVtu.. :. ' every .oaso. v ;.,Vx ..v, , SPICES. DRIED. FRUITS; AND WEST INDIA GOODS. Canned, Heats, .Fruits and Vegetables, Butter,; Eggs, Urd, , uurea ana moKeu meaib. . AT T. TTTN"DS OF SALT FISH, t tnn o'nll rrpsh and complete assortment of everything usually sold in In fact, a lull, fresh ana compie p j oui'iiiie.'. VVe buy our gouus uuvw .v.... quentlybuyattne very 1.0 Warrant everv article vv a m n k h 1 111 r Liiofcyu" s - 1 we sell: and if it does not prove satisfactory, relund the money. weHJu, 11" Cnr 1 L t wart money, an luty was done. r - i,),t'nf Wot. Point. Ga.'. haa a ben with a full-grown chicken still un eancd. Although' the other chicks Vc 4k1a nn rnmalned. and when the hen set on her second nest of eggs v KJnV iilsn net Wltn ner. ine BOTiiu . 1 . ...nninir nVnnt the vard . Droou m - - , ..1 .mi i,a lmwAAtind chick remains ,DUfc nun " " , in ttj affection and clings to It another 'Always on hand a Full line of an mm PROVISIONS; TOBACCOCIGIRS! . '. : 1 I;::;: ! rasa PARKER'S CTIXOER tonic: ONCE TESTED ALWAYS . PBEFERRD. liaawnn Itl.WlV to t flA hlfftacst place In th esteem ol tho must tntoN4- ..ni. Thnn dm aliv roarnlfii tn. Ma Hosts 01 rrienas. inspeixormBumj unuvsniww BETTER TOAUITS PE3KSE. the Kidneys, noweh Stomach, Liarr & Lunas those bodily disorders Induced by anxiety, eare and mental strain, iitseffects wllflsunrts you hpII and if it does not prove satistactory, reiunu u.c 1 ltl9not an essence of ginger. Dcucmwto 3 sell, ana 11 it i tllrt T.RT MONEY, and are ConfH the palate, an awtldoe to the lienor habit, and AVe can, ana uo sen u.o - . j ' a tr:al. ' fI.1 th0 ana retle' dent we can convince every oouy ui n.w . . JJC MAI STREET. . i .' . ' 1. I ' annrtmT IU11U1 J , at.wavs UP TO THE TIMES. We have just connected our store with the Telephone Exchange, and all orders received ty teiepnouo wm v,u. "-r-j--- - C. A. GALACrxUbirC, Next Door to Grand Central Hotel. 1 ' IliSCOX & C.New Twrk. FOR SA.t. Two llonses antl Lots'. ';....'.: On east Bldo of tho rlvr. For partlctslwrs en I quire Ot T.a ,, .. -rvtv , flllW), I uimi Jibuti, 14JulvSm CHeooygitn, Mich. Whmt Everybody Wil. " t. . -aUoMo mpdirinn that never does "any harm and that prevents and cures k traanincr thn stomach In B18CU.HV uj jiv.e, -- . order, the bowels regnlar.and the Md- nev and liver active, ducu ucuuw, i-i n rror I 1 1 1 1 1 1. I l idiictco v . . j t . -V" To a .nr thousands. Seo other column. Trihunfl.- Arth llcmtaiberlng. it,.. t,A nni timpfl are aealn up- onecan.uiuj -.F-v-- hundreds SSfiffi. iSSj. oing:about to-day with disordered stomach, liver or kui J ywhen a bottle of Parker's Ginger 1 Tonic would do thf m more gocd than all the medicines thsy have wr tried.- CHICAGO LEDGER ! Tlie oldest and most reliable story paper pub- nap f nit of nioroattn(rRtorion. socletynews, ana .... ivr. .nWHtiAr r(wirM a book ...nn.inni PpIm tl ner Tear. Sample oopiesfree. Aidrew Ckicaqo Lxjwio, Chica go, III.. T.A.Perrln.M.D. C. A. rtmn. M.D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Oltlce in reoplea'Dru Store, Maik Street. - - CHEHOYGAN, M , la 1 ' 1 Cheboygan, - Mich. You can Ret your Laundrying done as wen bii mis lauuury h at any laun dry in Detroit as elsewhere. If you don't believe this bring your work and see for yourselves. Call and see roe Tho Only Laundry in Town. II. HALE COBB, Proprietor. JJtWIPIIItEY PERKIRS, COUNSELORS AT LAW, itlt' Oheboycaa. M ich n 1 .. nt,..inian In tha Prii.atnn A rm v. will treat, with medical skill, all cases of sickness. A specialty win be made ot all complaints of toe weaaer sex, umn vcimt u umio d4ClLD LANDS FOR SALF. ' 3 000 ACRES OF GOOD IANP. Selected Especially for Farmin,, Put' poses and Two Improved Farms. Will be sold at low rates. Pmall payniem down, balance to suit purchasers. A Iso aboi ,0OU aorei of pine Ipnd. D. McAUTHUK.ChabovtanMfch.