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THE NORTHKKN TKIB1TNW NOVEMBER 8, 18Ws.
0 AT-ri lwuxnuKJN TItlBUNE. PI 0 SATURDAY NOVK M UKU 3." 188:5. MA KIM'.. The Atlantic arrived day. AW J 1 111 1 m up last Mon- You may be surprised at this, but it is even so. We iaa a mm Money The schooner Imperial arrived Tues day, and Bailed yeeterday with lumber for Chicago. The City of Cleveland did not arrive up until Sunday, and was lehind time on her Wednesday trip. The Canadian propeller Armenia called in last eveaing after coal, bound from Chicago to Montreal. The tug Bob Anderson has been bob bing around this port considerably this week, looking for business. The schooner Granger loaded lum ber from J. B. McArthur this week, and cleared for Chicago yesterday. The City of Mackinac did i.ot arrive Monday until evening, and on her sec ond trip did not arrive until yesterday afternoon. Quite a fleet of lumber laden vessels sailed yesterday morning, 6omeof them being detained since Tuesday on ac count of the blow. The schooners Pensaukee, Lottie Wolf and America, loaded lumber from W. & A. McArthur this week, for their yard in Chicago, and sailed yesterday. The schooners Red White and Blue. S. B. Pomeroy and Col. Ellsworth loaded lumber from the Cheboygan Lumber Co. this week, and sailed yesterday for Chicago. The schooners Lottie Cooper and Vnnv vorrnlnr frnrln nnrl future Vmci. Gerritt Smith loaded lumber at the mill A W"A VA"" ""v - of the Southern Michigan Cedar and nCSS IS Wliat WG ai'G after Lumber Co. this week for Chicaco. The S. Le GrAULT & SON, Dealers in General Merchandise. Look out for new ad. next week. By killing high prices and will do it on all goods in our line. We. call especial attention to our great Slaughter Sale of Black and Colored Russians and Dolmans, which will continue for the next Three weeks. These goods Must and Will be Sold. EVERYTHING IN THE LINK OF Newspapers, Illustrated Papers, Magazines, Libraries, &c. MUSIC. MUSIC. MUSIC. Pianos, Organs, Violins, Guitars, &c. Full Line of the Latest Sheet MjsI cant Musical Merchandise ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK. . nstruments Repaired on Short Notice. Anything in my lines not in stock will be supplied at the lowest possible prices. W. T. VANDERBILT, Le Gault Block, Third Street, Cheboygan. schooner J. B. Penfiehl sailed Tuesday for Buffalo with 2,000,000 shingles, shipped by the same company. The Champlam arrived Wednesday with her hold near full of freight for this port. She pat in all day Tuesday at St. Ignace, dischargifg freight at the railroad dock, This line is doing an immense business, and there is talk f a third boat being added to tho line for next season. P. S.- Bert Westgate is on a visit to friends at Alpena. A. W. Westgate has a card in this issue as an insurance and real estate agent. lie is a man every way. Geo. Dodge killed a buck weighing 225 pounds, near the extract factory oa Mullet Lake yesterday afternoon. M. J. Miner and wife, of Bloomer Cen ter, visiting II. J. Miner, their nephew, for two weeks.left for Detroit last night. Come again. The schooner Monitor was beached Wednesday morning at Scuelchoix ppint. She belonged at Buffalo, was loaded with iron ore from Escanaba, was insured for $9,000. Leviathan went to her last night, Capt. Kirtland accom panying her, by (request of insurance companies. II mmm Mill The Finest Line of SUITINGS, OVERCOATINGS, &c, for the Fall and Winter Trade Is at Fax's. The Finest Patterns for FANCY PANTS and TESTS Is at Fax's. The Finest Custom Vade Work by the Finest Workmen in Town is the Specialty At Fax's. A GOOD FITTING, FASHIONABLE acknowledged Surety CUT GARMENT is an At Fax's, lldARKIED, By the Rev. T. B. Leith. at Method la t par sonage, on the 80th, ult, Mr. Geo. Hughes to Mrs. uuraicic a .18 kl 'ii'v Ariiieu Sal ve. The greatest medical wonder of the world. Warranted to spredily cure Burns. Bruises. Cuts. Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Cancers, Piles, Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Hands, and all skin emotions, euaranteea to cure in fiverv instance, or money refuned. 25 cents per box, for sale by Kenburg & Cooper. Wby they Call Him "Old Man.' "Yes, that's sadly so," said Jenkins, my hair Is turning gray and falling ont before its time. Use something? I would, but most hair restorers are dan cerous." "True," answered his friend. 'hnt Parker's Hair Balsam is as harm less as it Is effective. I've tried it and know. Give the Balsam a show and the hovs will soon stop calling you 'Old Man jflnkins." It never fails to restore the original color to gray or faded hair. Rich ly perfumed, an eiegani aressiug. augil ' The Best Selected Assortment of HATS, CAPS, &c, Is at Fax's. A rery Fine and Well Selected Stock of GENTS' FURNISH INC GOODS Is at Fax's. The BEST of EVERYTHING usually found in a Well Ordered Gents' Out-Fitting Establishment will always be found At Fax's. Don't Forget the Place, in James F. Moloney's New Building. FAX. the Tailor. ml DEPOT mi MM 101 o m HAM fit FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKERS Main Street, over Ross' Book Store. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY AT- TEADEI) TO. Snifafiirtion Guaranteed. 4novtf Notico of Dissolution of Co-part nership, r..t.1!. nnllM is linrnliv rrlvpn iliflt. flift C.O Sartnership heretofore existing between Alfred . Robinson and "William Thompson, under the firm name or uownson inompson. is ui dolved by Tlrtue of the terms of said co-partnership, All Jdebts owing to the said firm must be paid to said Robinson, who will pay tho dews owing vj mm uim. r4,wl n.i. invirun Nnr. Sil. lHXL Snovtf ALFRED J. ROBINSON. m 11! In which to avail yourselves of the 3 B A A ? r2V'F tf eO rh& tSu Uf c5Sa th iM (3 7 X 2ST Dry G oods IL T At Uifkk IMw Out Sale, This Store will be closed Nov. 16th. Come immediately and save 25 per cent of your purchases. Cheboygan, Nov. 2d, 1883. H. M. HEMPSTEAD. MRS. M. B. CHAMPION, FASHIONABLE $$& ' : " ' ii BOOTS g SHOES ffilil Jlllllllill CLEMENTS. W MM mm Hrf EVERY DAY AND EVENING AT Clements' New Boot and Shoe Store G-EEO"W BLOCIZ. A. FINE LINE OF - Fall and Winter Hats and Bonnets, FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN. Plumes, Tips and Fancy Feathers, in All the Hew Shades, ITECZ: "W ZE1 DEB . A Select Stock just received from New York. Lace Fishues, Collars and Cuffs. A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF HAIR ROODS Warranted Natural Curly. All are novelties in Style and Fashion. Notice lor Publication. LAND OFFICE AT DETROIT, MICH. I Oct. 3d, f NOTICE Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notico of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made before the Clerk of Cheboygan county lit Cheboygan, Mich., on November 2tst, 183, viz: Albert I'oland.for tho 8 w fr )i sec 6, t !U n, r2 c. llo names tho following witnesses to proro hi continuous residence upon and cultivation of said lani, viz: Ooorge Kldd, of Shaw p o, John Bolnngcr, of Shaw p o. Koiibon Kincade, of Shaw p o, John M O Siniih.of Shaw po. ADAM E. BLOOM, lUoctut Kcslstcr. HOUSE TO RENT. OITITATED west of "W. & A. MoArthur's O store, adjoining Patterson's Addition. For particulars apply to i27oct4t ALEX McDONAT.D, Carpenter. Notice for Publication. LAND OFFICE AT REED CITY. MICH. Oct. 2nd, 1883. f NOTICE la hereby given that tho following named settlr has filed notice of Jila In tention to make 11 nnl proof In support of hts elnim, and that said proof will bo made beforo tho County Clerk of Ch boygan county, at Che bovgan. on Monday, Nov. 12th, 18H3, viz: Carl Shenk, II. E. No. 8186, for the w ' (OU see. Ilt38n, r3w. Ho names the following witnesses to provo his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Charles Walter, of Freedom. Frank Krnuse, of Freedom. William hhaffcr, of Freedom. John McDonald, of Freedom. - EDWAltD STEVENSON, Heglster. floctOt SriLLEIi, PAINTER & PAP ER-1 f ANGER, Third St., Chebof, Mich. J mayl2-3m