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Northern Tribune. CT Z2Er& ZEEj mm 'J-' A GRAND BENEFIT SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1883." 1HE NORTHERN-TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 15, .188. tee err v. The W. L. Frost lias made the last trip oi ine season. Look out for winter. Be sure and read what "Sliver" t-as to say from Wolverine. He's a trump, if not a joker, Dan. N. McLeod has left the Benton in good hands, and he is still on deck as one of the Cheboygan men who mean business. The sheriff is complaining of hard times, no prisoners to board. Too bad when so many worthy ones are doginjr. arouad loose. When a crreat man dies the curs who have snapped at his heels find comfort In the scripture, "For a living dog is better than a dead lion. 1 Dave Moloiaey thinks there are some funny things happening on the tele phone wires. Daye had better keep dark. there is a man looking for him. Look out for a boom I cur advertisement . of A. W". Westgate & Sons in this issue. This firm la squaring itself for prices to suit the times, and is as firm as the firmest. Win. E. Ross is a safe, energetic, gilt- edged business man, who has everything in his line at the most atvantageoua prices. , His collection is a feature of the season. "Give me neither poverty or riches,' certainly not poverty, for you can afford to pay for it, if yet need it, and as for riehes, they always give away the person they stick to. Rozelle Rose, of the Petoskey Demo crat called He is as clever as ever, makes a good paper, and says that Woos ter at the depot is a perfect gentleman, and we believe him. A. L. Fexer Is out with holiday attrac t!nna. Tha kilrarwara is an esnecial fine selection. The children's sets are of the latest designs. The show cases are loud witnesses of the several novelties. H. M. Ogden, who recently sold his in terest in the Mattoon mill property.will, as soon as ho can arrantre business mat ters. with his family depart forWestfield N. Y., his former home. We are sorry to lose them. .Mr Hamilton's advertisement is in another column. She is up with the times, and has reduced her prices to cost. There can be no better bargains than those offered, our lady readers will find it to their advantage to call. Wlxson has his art rooms fitted up In the Backus block. They are neat as can be. and delightfully comfortable. He Is ready to receive orders in any size from the vignette to the cabinet. His pictures are of the best and prized highly. Give him a call. The Episcopal church is fortunate in cettinsr a Rector so soon, one they have - known in the pulpit, out ot tho pulpit, and In whom they can confide at once. Rev. J. M. Curtis is equally fortunate in securine the Rectorship of St. James, a church that cuts as clean ana as wide a garath as any church in Cheboygan. The O'Donnell case is town talk. Some think the kindly offices of our govern meat will save the doomed man, others see no hope. The leading Democrats tf th tnwn have crot a tenderuerness for Sam. Randall. They think he is the best selection tor cnairman or appropri ations. The peace ot the wigwam is not assured. Rev. Petroleum V. Nasby (D. R. Locke), will travel through the southern states during the fall and winter for the pur nose of writing a series of letters to . his paper, the Toledo Blade, his impressions of the great south. The million readers of the Blade who have read Nasby in Exile" (Nasby's Letters from Europe,) will appreciate how the subject will be handled, .Every uoay is mvium w rvim for a specimen Copy, see advertisement In another column. We regret that John F. Moloney has been driven to the wall. He assigned Thnrsday. His liabilities are $3,700, his assetts will about cover this "figure. When an Irishman with as much grit, get up, ability and honesty as Moloney has to go under, it is after he has done tht best he could. Mr. Moloney has the avmnat.hv nf the entire communltv. and we wish him success, for any one knows a true Irishman win gei up jusi one time more man ne goes uowh. Chicacro has been selected for tho next National Repububllcan convention. It was remarkable that in this preference there was neither spite nor clique influ ence dlscernable. The Republican party was never more united. It has struck down disaffection with a strong hand. It Is now in health, and strong, and In Chicago the next President and Vice 11 1 H. U ... 1 1 1 l. iicSlUtSIIl VI IU1B lljiuuili; jv Alt uu iioiiicu as snro as June in 1884 will come. The leading Republicans here consider it tne overshadowing influence of the great west in our politics. Cheboygan will can . To those who trade with For the Next Ten Days in Order to Make Room for my 7 B3 eliday -.deed I Shall offer for sale my Present Stock of Scarls at Greatly Keaucea Prices, including nat scans, run scans ana xecK scans. Scarfs worth $1.50, close at $1.00. $1.00, " " 50. 75, " " 40. These Goods will positively all be sold in the NEXT TEN PAYS. Gall Early and Secure Bargains. W. O. MOORE. fct 7 a We are always on deck, and ns ih ttatt. FIGHT HAS NOW OPTCTVTCn prepared to down them all on low prices. rni x n m -i i i -. xne metis so wen estaoiislied that we are the lowest in low prices it would be use less togive you an exhausted bill of fare, butit is a positive fact that we are now Dulling evui7 ming in me UrKOCERY AND fRO- visiun Xiine CHEAPER THAN HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED IN CHEBOYGAN. We do a square legitimate FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURES, charge yoi just what we agree to and don't figure am any per centageon the end of your bill, and will sell goods lower than any House IN CHEBOYGAN. Kesseler Block, corner Main and Third Sts. Great Reduction -I N- COAL, COAL! MILLKBT ! And HAIR GOODS MRS. M. 1 CHAMPIONS. Qoal WOOD. HAY. OATS. WOOD. HAY. OATS. WOOD. HAY. OATS. FINE SALT. FINE SALT. Dairy Salt.- Dairy Salt. Dairy Salt. M Flask Limg. Cement, h, -DEALER IN- OH FMT H TEAS, TEAS, TEAS, COFFEES, COFFEES, COFFEES, SUGARS SUGARS, SUGARS, CANNED GOODS. CANNED GOODS. CVNNED GOODS. W. & A. MoARTHUR'S DOCK. W. B. MILLER, Agent. IS HEADQUARTERS FOR Goods Fresh. Prices Reasonable. All Orders Promptly Filled and Free Deliv ery to any Part of the City. Boots! Shoe JUST A FEW D&YS MORE. NOTICE. Pntrtrlr T. Krhinnent. fr.jnHiiror nt Tnvtr- nws township, will be at his residence every CllUiljr UUtllllHIl. ICtli. Notice to Taxpayers ot licangrand Township. t An nnt wish tn dpDrive the vonne men of Cheboygan that are working In doors all day at Jiz'it work, for instance sales man oral sucli otiiei ntrni woric mat re quires no muscles; but I lnUud to irive them a few days longer the opportunity to come and enjoy the privilege of try ing their ability on my uownng aneys and take tho exercise that any man re quires to bo healthy. For. I intend to take the alley beds out soon. Come one, come all. J. M. BARTLETT, Prop. QEO.EDWAUD FKOST, ' ' Attorney and Counselor at Law. United States Commissioner, Collootlons TromptlyMado. T will lm in mv ofllcfl at inv rpsidencfl everv Friday during the months of December and January for the purpose or collecting taxes oi IJeaugranrt township. 2in K I) WARD ('I.IIIN, Towtislilp Treasurer. In the Matter of the Assignment of William Spencer. Notice is hereby given tl.at tho said William ftrwnr rt Chehovcan. Chebovirnn cruntv. Michigan, has made an assignment of all ids nrnnnrtr tn h iindprslmied. for thfl benefit of all his creditors, and appointed 1dm as his assignee. The property consists of hotel fur niture and provisions, clears and liquors. Full Hotilia ran li hud bv CfilliniT on Hi a ftssiirnee at his pla:e of business in Cheboygan, or at Ihe county clerk's ofilce of said county. Inventory and list of creditors and sums due them, Iwirg on nie in sucn oince. ino iiiwerwuneu uow Ihereny Oners Uie eaiu jropeny ior saie. r - - JOHN M. DOWLINO. Assignee. RUBBER GOODS, &c. Tlie largest and Finest Store. Uy far the largest Sfcck and Finest Coous, and Acknowledged Cheapest Place in Town to Vuy, Trade Never Hotter. Call and Look Over ray BARGAIN COUNTER You will ho Surprised at the Low Trices. N. II. Ilargalns in Ladies' Fine Shoes. Itcspectlully YOurs, O. M. OLTTMENT, bo heard trom in me convention.