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rHE JNUKTHERN TKEBTJE, JUNE 12, 1884.
iloETHERN Tribune. C7! TUB C1TT. AUn Smith to th North Shore. W. N. Dunbara, gat sign i 9 fet long tad points high. Chris Ozier tbt wiry policeman anrut 4 three mn last night. Tht earptnteri, are rushing matters at the Michigan Exchatge. llollie Harris took third motey at Lansiag Friday in the 2.34 race. lira. Jate Chandler arrlred en Wed nesday to visit her sot Mrrltt Chandler. Commoncing with July let there will be two mails per week from IadUn River to Rogers City. Detroit was ablaze with etthnsiasm for Blaine and Logan last night at the penlng of the campalgt. The lower House has adopted the report ef the commltte approlating $5,000, for Cheboygan harbor. The home stretch of Blaine will be the liveliest ever ran, and he is the winning horse, and no combination can head him ff. Dr. J. B. Fattersoa, of Rogers City, left Monday, on the Lawrence. The Doctor intends locating at Cheboygan to practice as M. D. Noe Boyere's horse hitched in front of LeGaults, broke loose and ran into a wagon standing on corner of Third and Water street. The buggy demolished. The saw mill for Skunk lake, Munro township, was landed hero by the City of Mackinac last Monday. The boiler will arrive by the .Saginaw Valley next week. Maggie Sullivan, aged aoyen years, daughter of con. alliran living on Black river, died Wednesday evening from brain fuver. The funeral takes place to-morrow. The boats on the inland route will commence running next Monday. The Mary will run from St. Ignace to the Mallet Lake House and there eoaaect with the Northern Blie for Odea, on the G. R. & I. railroad. Tlio3. Keenan was fined $10 three weeks since, the next day ho was again sontenced to 21 days, iraprisonmeat in the county jail; he was let out yesterday and before night was arrested for assault and battery. This morning before Justice Frost, Gilbert Dumas, drnnk and disorderly, committed to county jail for five days, Mitchel Roberts, drunk and dicorderly, discharged on payment of costs. Fred Foster plead not guilty to be triad at 2 o'clock this afternoon. A SaU Mry. On Saturday a femalo foetus of G or 1 moath, wrapped ia female underwear was found floating in the river near the Northern Belle. It was partially decomposed and must have been in the water several days. This Is the first caso of the kind in Cheboygan, where a child is found and no clue can bo fonnd of tho parents. It means guilt, meanuen, cruelty; and the guilty nes will be abundantly supplied with wretchedness and remorse wherever thy go, in having done more cowardly and meanly than a common brute. The child was buried. Inhuman nnl ltru(l. On Tuesday afternoon in tho rear of Moloney's bottling works on the bank of the river in a keer box was fouad, by o.ne of the brewery boys, a dead female baby. The child hart been in the box several days, was a fully developed, fine child. Dr. A. M. Gerow conducted a post mortem examination, and at the inquest held on Wed nesday it was decided the child came to its death by neglect at the time of its birth, that it bled to death and that those guilty of tho base neglect were guilty of mardor. Tho officers have no knowledge of the guilty mur derers but the Divine Law of Justice will not permit the fiendish wretches to go unpunished. A brute in human hape is the most brutish of all ani-mala. Accident. Train ne 91, going north Wednesday 6. 05 p. it., when about four miles north of Cheboygan encountered a horse belonging to a Polander named Banker. The horse was pulverized. The loeomo. tive, tender, express car, baggage car and forward tracks, of tho smoking car, were thrown from the track and badly used up. tho tender was completely demolished. The en jiueer Geo, Godfrey was bruised, bnt not secieusly hurt The fireman named Linn Howard, ef West bay City, a married man, was bruised it the left side and shoulders, and hart Internally. The mail trait did not pass down las night, the Mich igan Central righted everything to-day in the quickest possible time. Of course the skillful surgeon of the road Dr. T. A. Pemn, was promptly en hand to reader all teeded medical assistance. Soli etiaull on5 BTTLLETIIT A! OLOli M SAL & m a Cost O IE1 Dry Goods and Boob and Shoos As Follows : Men's Low Cut Shoes, all kinds. Men's hiffh cut Shoes, above $2.00. Men's and boys' Hats and Gaps. Men's Overshirts, Pants, &c. Men's and Boys' Underwear. Carpets and Window Curtains ! Q"ULilts Guza.d.IE3ecL SprdOwd-a. Ladies' and Children's Hose, Lisle thread, wool and Cotton, an thing above oc per pair. Shawls, all kinds, Colored Silks, Satins, Silk Plushes and Silk Velvets. Fancy Dress Buttons. Silk, Linen and Cotton Laces. White and Colored Embroideries. Linen Ulsters and Summer Skirts, ' Parasols, all kinds. Fans. ' Ladies and Children's Underwear, all kinds. Cashmeres, anything above oUc pc' yard. Best Ginghams, reduced lo 10c per yard Best Lawns, reduced to 10c per yard. Ladies' Cloths, reduced to $1.10 per yard. Remnants 1.00 per yard. Best Waterproofs, reduced to Soo por yard. Carpet Warp reduced to 22o per lb. Anything in the Boot & Shoe Line At some reduction to close out. Bargains offered in all goods not staple or oui of season. Tle llAces. Under tho auspices of the Cheboygan Driving Park Association thpre will be given three races, two on the fourth and one one the fifth, that will te a rich treat to levers of good horse Uosh. Al ready enough horses have been heard from tit make the races good: The first will be the county race, for horsos owned in the county without record, puree $200 Second race 2.50, purse $200. On the 5th freo for all, purse $200. Entrance fee ten per cent. Race to bo called 2.30 p.m. sharp. For I,min or Knt. Large houie, suitable for store or boarding house, situated on Main street 2ud door north of Nelson & li alien's store. Inquire on premises of kits. C. J. ItOSENBLAP. SEED OATS. 1,000 bushels choieo white oU for seed or feed at McArthur's dock. 50 cents per bmhel Shiloh'a Catarrh Remedy A positive cure for Catarrh, Dipthoria and Canker Mouth. For sale by L. A, Parcelle. Everybody says that Frawley Brown's butter is so delicioas. & Notice ot Special Assessment. To Archibald Newton, Jacob Post and Win. Schultz, Strutton A. Mattoon, Andrew J. Wheeler, Ellen M. Wood, Lucy (jirard, Alex (iero, John K, Clark r, Daniel I). McDonald, Charles II. Nint;, John K, Hailoy, Sarah 0. Wilson, John 0.' Miilvanh, Sarah Shadholt, Elizabeth Elliot, Arlnur M. Gorow, James It. Snow, Charles Ciiony, Thos. Magnire, Thos. A. IVrrin, John M, Zorn, William W. Smith, fit'o. V, Doll administrator to the Estate of M. W. Home; and all other persons iutiTcPted in any of the lots and promises hereinafter de scribed. Notice Is hereby given that by order of tho Council of the Village of Cheboygan, an as B!ssuient has tmen uiado upon th following lots and parcels of land for defraying the ex pense of the construction of a tilo Bewer on U r mi and Locust streets onmnipi'cJng at the iutcisecUtMi of Huron and Fine streetn, thence running southerly on Huron Btroet to Its inter section with Locust street, thence westerly on Locust street to north line of Bailoy street, to wit: Lots numbered CO. 61. 63. 61. In M. W. j Home's 1st and 2nd addition; lots 1, 2, 8, 4, UHH'k 1, lots 1 and 2, hlock 2, lots 1,2, 3, 4, block 5, lots 1, 2, 4, 5, , 7, K, !, If, 11, 12, lii, block 0, lots 1 and 8, Mock 7, Jots 1, 2, M and 10, block 10, lots 1, 2, !5, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, 11,12, 13 anil 1, block 11 in M. W. Home's iir.l addition, lot E in what is known as E. Nelson's addition. A piece of land commencing on tho Westerly line ot Huron strseHO ft. southerly from tho S. E. corner of lot 63 in M. W, Homo's addi tion, running thenc southerly on lino of Jlu- ron street 115 ft., thence westerly at right an gles to Huron stroet 120 ft., thence northerly Fresh eggs four times a week at Fraw-1 parallel to Huron street 115 feet, thence est ley & Brown's. erly 120 feet to place of beginning. Conmieit- i, vi i i i I cing on the easterly boundary line of Huron The choicest vegetab es in the market Btr.t 132 fof.t HonJ, froin tr,e intersection of on every Doat, at A rawley tc Urown s, B;ud street and the 8. line of M. W. Home's -,i i;c..., ,.tt. ia -i...... ......t Fresh butter received fonr timo-) a week at Frawley & Brown's. Where did yon got that good butter, Mrs Chairman? At Frawley & Browu'H, dear me its teo too. isi:vr.n mvEtir. If you are sulTering with low and de pressed spirits, loss of appetito, general debility, disordered blood, weak consti tution, headache, or noy disease of bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Kleetric Bitters. You will be surprised to see tho rapid improvement that will follow; you will be Inspired with new life: strength and activity will return; pain and misery will eeasu, and henceforth yon will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bltteers. Sold at fifty cnts a bottle by 1. 8. Cooper. 0 LIME Two cars fresh burned Tetoskey lime net received at McArthur's dock.. It ia conceded by all master masons that this lime ii stronger and will go firUer thai any lime in thle Market. addition, thence south 31, west along enttt lino or Huron street reet, thence south cu- eaut parallel with south Hue of said Horns's additiou U'J feet, thence north .SI degrees E 33 feet thence north 69 degrees W M feet to place of beginning. Commencing on tho easterly linn of Huron street nt the S. W. corner of lot 61, M. W. Home's 1st addition, thence southwesterly on easterly lino of Huron street 132 ft thoucj southeasterly alright angles to Huron street, Wt feet, thence northeasterly and parallel to Huron street 132 feet, thence northwesterly feet to place of beginnin.g And that a roll of ;iid assessment was filed with me June lUth, 1.SS4 and will remain in my office until Tuesday evening July Ut, for tho Inspection of all i-ersons concerned tberoin. Notice is also given that tho Councl and Bonrd of Assessors of said viltogo will meet at the Council rooms in said village on Tuesday evening July 1st, at 8 o'clulk to review said af gsiuei t at which time and place opportunity will be given all parties interested to be heard. Dated June loih, 1881. C. J. Hunt. Clerk. Catarrh Cnred, health and sweet breath aoeured by Shiloh' Catarrh Remedy. Friee 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For ale by I. A. I'arcelle. FASHIONABLE lair Bfeniag Pa?lo?s !. First Class Work Guaranteed. Shaving, Shampooing, and Hair Cutting I HOT AND COLD BATH. My Bath Rooms are largo and commodious, heated by sfeam and fitted with all modern improvements, and are open to the public from 8 a. m. to Or.Ji. For ladies, misses and children, For men, boys and youths. Shoes for everybody, AM) THEY ARB SO CHEAP THAT EVERYBODY CAN HAVE A PAIR ! I)o not fail to CALL and sco my stock and get pnets beioro you get stuck on something you do not want. r3Gents you will find Reynold's Fine Shoes at Clement's. GEROW BLOCK. CHkBOYGAN, MICH.' ? Has removed to fho Paquitfo Building, opposite tho Postoflice, adjoining Frawey & Rrown's new grocery, with a full line of Bakers' and Confectioners' Goods ! g-New Store and New Goods.i GIVE ME A CALL. WEDDINGS AMD -PARTIES. Supplied at Reasonable Pates. THE MARINE TRADER Will roceivo Special Attention. . SATISFACTION GUARANTEED l EVERYTHING. J. 0. TAGGEB,T, Proprietor. MICHIOAX STATE LAND OFFICE, I Lansing. Mny saJ. 14. f "VTO'I'TCE is hereby Riven thnt tho following 1 dcocribeil Aarricultural CoIIoro Lund Ktt unto In ChobojKnii countv, horotofore with drawn from market for examination and ap praisal, will bo restored to market at thin of tloo Juno 25th, 184, ut 10 o'clock A. and will bo fuihjeet to huIq nccordinif to tho form pro scribed by law. v MINOK S. NEWELt, Commissioner. Description. Section Town. JCano. 8 o i of. He )t of SwHof No 1-4 of b wl-4 - S e H of 9 w H of - N w of - N w H, of - N o i or n 0 14 S 4 of n cM S w 4 of n w ii s o H, of - N wl-4 of n oM N U of ff w 1-4 of n wl-4 rfwl-4 of El l of w N w 1-4 of n 1-4 W 1-2 of 8 1-2 of 6 1-4 Entire - E 1-3 of N w 1-4 of - Entlro - t wl-4 of n w 1-4.... - N wl-4 of w 1-4 N e 1-4 of 8 0 1-4 Nel-4 of 8 o 1-4 of 81Jof of w 1-4 - f w 1-4 of ....... Mmayit 7 0 1 M 8.5 H 20 W S8 ,no H4 4 8 10 11 in 14 so 1 M M M N or.1 M N M M . 7M 1 R 1 2 W 44 44 4. 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