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.THE iSTORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 18. 1884.
'X' li ll5 NoETHERN Tribune, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1884 HAS NOW OPENED HIS FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF Foreign and Domestic Woollens. If you want a Suit, Go to Fax's. If you want an Overcoat, Go to Fax's. If you want a pair of Pants, Go to Fax's. Keep your money and your trade at home, and for satisfction Go to Fax's. WIDE W1DB WORLD. Good Workmen Wanted Immediately. Apply to g-bo. as. a-A-as:. -u.riTLit'u. re CSTBuyers do not be deterred from Coming and Seeing Yourselves, by Any Remarks, made by others', that they are Selling as Cheap as us. We are the only House that pay Spot Cash for Every Dollars worth of Goods ordered; hence, we can give our customers the advantage of that item; besides, we keep the Largest any Best Selected Stock In Northern Michigan. CL X-u SMTTH cSs CO. LOOS OUT FOE Uncle Sam's Furniture House ! .New Goods, of all kinds, and I beat the State on prices. I have just received a new lot of and Picture Moulding Framea made to order. Looking Glasses in endless ornices and Chromos. I will Sell Get mv Prices. Framoi variety. A full lino of Burial Cases, Caskets, Robes, Shrouds k, Undertaking Goods, Funerals attended promptly, with Hearse and Carriages. J. H- TTJTTLE Corner Main and Third Streets, Cheboygan, Mich. AYER'S Hair Vigor restores, with the gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray bair to a natural, rich brown color, or deep black, as may be desired. . Hj its use light or rod hair may be darkened, thin hair thickened, and baldnoss ofton, though not always, cured. It checks falling of the hair, and stlnm lates a weak and sickly growth to vigor. Jt prevonts and cures scurf and dandruff, cr. J lieals nearly every disease peculiar to the calp. As a Ladles' Hair Drcssln.tr, tho Vioob Is unequalled ; It contalus neither oil nor dyo, renders the hair soft, glossy, and liken In appearance, and Imparts a dellcaie, agreeable, and lasting erfume. Mr. C. P. Bricher writes from Khbii, O., Ju!3, 182: "Last fall my balr c.miim'i.eed Ift'ling out, and iu a short time I bncnme jienrly bald. I used part of a Imtile of Avick's Hair Vioor, which stopped tlie full ing of the hair, and started a now growth. I have now a lull Load of hair growing Timor ously, and am convinced that but Tor Uio sise of your preparation 1 should have becii entirely bald." -7. W. Botvex, proprietor of the Mr Arthur tOlio) Enquirer, says :. "Avon's Haui Viooa Is a most excellent preparation for tliu hair. 1 spunk of it from my own experience. Its use promotes the growth of 'new balr, and makes it glossy and -soft. The Vi'n is iiIro a sure cure for dandruff. Not within my kno'vlu.Ue has the preparation ever fulled to give entire satisfaction." 1 Mn. Asnvn FAinnAin, loader of the cftloliratud " Kairbniru Family" of Si'ollii;'i Vocal istts, writes from Jlnttnu, Mo., h b. ij, 1SSQ: "Lvcr since my balr b-g;.n to nivv til very evidence of the change which lliii; time procureth, I have used Avi:u's Kami Viooit, and so have been able to inaivinin an appearance of youthf ulness a iiimiut of consiilerable consequence to ministers, ora tors, actors, and in fact evory one who lives ' iu tho eyes of the public." Mm. O. A. Prescott, writing from 1 Ftm SU. ntrtrstown. Main., April II, k, nnvs t . Jro years ago about two-tl.ii- N of nivli'iilr came off. It thlnnod wry rapidly, av.l I wis fast growlna bM. on wn-y A v Kit's JfU't , Via K t!ie f illing stoi.pv.l in., 1 h )M;W r.r,vj;i . conmieiiced, and in about a inosftb m,- head was oinplft(.ly covnrcd w!t!i i.!..,rt jt haa rtn' limed t J grow, and i imm ih p.oil n bvttt k fell. 1 regularly u"d but i... l.ottla oi rim jia, out now ua it occasionally as a drHk.i." We hvn hundreds of similar testimonials to the efficacy of Ayer's IIaiiiViook. It needs Wt a trial to convince tho most skeptl-' cal of Us value. rntrAnr.n tit DrJ.C.Aycp&Co.,Lowe!!,Maso. Sold by all nrugglsts. THE AmietShip M Ship Building, Caulking and Spar Making, Repairs of all Kinds promptly attended to. Also Oak Timber, Spars and Knees constantly kept on hand. Livery and Sale STABI OHNIRUS & BAGGAGE LINE. C. A. SMOLK, Pronator. Main Street, Osposite A. P. tfewton'i Store. AYER'S ri Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to euro all eases of ma larial disease, such as Fever and Ague, Inter mlttent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, and Liver Com plaint. In case of failure, after due trial, dealers are authorized, by our circular of July 1st, 1882, to refund the money. Dr J. C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Philadelphia declares that telephon telegraph and Meotrie light poles mast go. Forty thousand people attended the Geneva, N.'Y. President Arthur, Secre taries Teller. Frfilintrhnvson. and Chan dler, and Postmaster-General Giesham were present. The eeremonlei were very impressive. Pompey Graham, aged 110, died on the 3d Id st. at Montcomerv. N. Y. He was a big boy before the Revolutionary war, and was oyer 60 when slavery was. abol ished In New York. He was twice mar ried before Washington died, and after wards married a third wife. They say that when William II. Van derbilt parted with Mand S. he fell up on her neck and wept. This is one of the most touching instances of watering stock in the vhole Vanderbilt history. Thomas A. Edison has lost hie wife this year, has taken out 65 new patents, and been a party to 27 law suits. The steamer Wyomiig, whieh arrived at New York from Liverpool had COO Mor mon immigrants on board, from the ag ricultural districts of England. Cincinnati Is to have an odd monu ment, in the form of a ruin, built from the broken pillars and fragments of the Court House burned during the riot. A lot of empty beer kegs shipped from Havana to New York were found to be filled with cigarettes. ' Of 4,C92,348 persons returned by the census of Germany in 1882 as engaged in agricultural work, 1,230,080, or nearly a million and a quarter, are females. Mr. John Hastings is still efficiently discharging his duties as town elerk of Onondaga, N. Y., at the age of 93 years. He was graduated at Yale college in the ciass or '15. The southern Dartflr rpnnrt that Miaa Maud St. Pierre, of Washington, has bought 14,000 acres of coal and timber lands at Anderson, Tenn., on which she will build a model town, with all the modern conveniences. The "cookers" in the Enterprise dis tillery at Pekin, III., exploded Wednesday morning, of last week killing ttree men instantly, fatally injuring a fourth, and wrecking the structure. The financial loss is placed at about $25,000. Rebert Bonner in answer to a repuest to allow Maud S. to be exhibited at the Pennsylvania state fair, says she has gone into training at Charter Oak park preparatory to making an attempt to beat her own record. Over five thousand dollars has been raised by penny contributions for a mon ument to Peter Cooner. and tha wmmiL tee now calls upon artsist for models ana suggestions For the Willson stakes ($10,000) for 4-year-olds, at the National trotting-horse breeders' races Wednesday of last week at New York, Early Dawn, by George Wilkes, distanced fifteen competitors, trotting the mile in 2:2G,if. During che first eight days of Septem ber the Chichgo and Grand Trunk Road broueht twentv-seven car-lnnrta pean immigrants into Chicago bound for the West and Northwest. The proposition of the Chicago Live Stock Exchange to practically demon strate whether pleuro-Dnenmonia is con tagious or not, by supplying ten head of healthy cattle and guaranteeing the ex pense of exposing them to tho contagion amu io exienu among certain Illinois herds, was heartily indorsed, by the Omaha Live Stock Exchange. Freshets in the valley of the Chippewa river, Wis., caused the river to rise. Seores of families were obliged to remove from tholr houses for fear of being flood ed out. All the bridges on the Chippewa niiu jau wairu rivers were carried away. A dam near Chippewa Falls gave way releasing 750,CJO feet of logs. The Cincinnati Price Current estima tes the corn crop of the United States at 1,810,000,000 bushels, the largest ever known. Four young men, students in a St. Catherines. (Ont) Wednesday night in the Welland Canal, near Port Dalhousie. Oklahoma PavnA and Ma were indicted Thursday by the United States Grand jury at Wichita, Kan., and will be given a hearing at Topeka, Nov., Streams In the Petersburg (Va.) dis trict are drvinor us ha una nf tho nr.. tracted drought, and mills are doing less than half their usual work. The city of Petersburg is threatanAd with famine. At the annual meeting ot the Womans Christian Temperance Union, held in Washington Thursday, Mrs Clara L. Roach was elected President. In the lake shore swamps near Kin rardlne, Out., fires are burning, and res idences and larce tract have been consumed. At the state convention - of miners at uoinmbus.Ohio, it was decided by a vote of 320 to 113. to continue the eammer rates and not demand an advance. A heavy thunderstorm did damage Thursday afternoon in Massachusetts towns, particularly at Maiden, where a number of trees were prostrated and windows blown in. Lightning struck in many places damaging houses and shocking the inmates. Tho rivers at Ean rial Wnn falllnc Thursday noon after reaching the great est height on record. Tho loss by flood between Chippewa Falls and Eai Claire will exeeed $1,500,000. and in Eau Claire alone more than 200 buildings were swept away. Forty buildings were car ried awav from Chinnewa Full a. and tho joss or mai cny win approximate OC0,C . ). . For ladies, misses, and children For men, bovs and youths. H Shoes for everybody AND THEY ARE SO CHEAP THAT EVERYBODY CAN HAVE A PAIR ! Do not fail to CALL and sco my stock and get prices foeiore you get stuck on something you do not want. EGents you will find Reynold's Fine Shoes at Clement's. GER0W BLOCK. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. " ""' "iBnTiTiBHW'M Thoso desiring to purchase will find at the OLD RELIABLE, a complete stock of Spring and Sum mer Goods. Our stock of Staple Dry Goods cannot be beat cither in quality or price. In Fancy Goods it is acknowledged we carry the finest line in Town. Ladies' Suitings, La dies' Summer Wraps, Dolmans in great variety. CARPETS a good line. Hosiery, Gloves and Notions not excelled. BOOTS AND SHOES for tho million. All to bo sold at the very lowest prices. Wo don't propose to seli lower than New Ycrk or Chicago prices, but at price at which we can live and let live. Thankful for the very liberal trach Tv-Lich has been given us ths pwt year, and respectfully soliciting a con tinuance of the same, we remain, Truly yours, WETJIORE & PADDOCK. cr- tv ass jkwj. Is th latest lnrpTov.ni.nt. -Th.y lac -without hooka to catch or strain tb. kid. They are Instantly Inced or unlaced, by the simple pullino-of the cord They fit th. hand and wrist perfectly, and excel all others for durability and simplicity of construc tion, ease, and quickness In operation. ZICB FEB PAIR. ANY BIZB OB OOLOS. OUE STOCK OFJ taw, Mm, hi Wood,, And Cull Lumber always Complete. Wagon and Blacksmith Shop For Blacksmithing and Wagonmakirig make ' HENRY A. BLAKE, A call. All work done promptly and on honor. Repairs ot all kinds promptly attended to. First door north of his Foundry Main I hi. A-... JH flfl I ynwnrvwiiiag wo II HENRY A. BLAKE. Pronrififnv IRON AKTD BRASS CASTINGS Of all kinds promptly made. . -STEAMBOAT AND MILL WORK A SPECIALTY. Jl 109. 4 7