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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY S. 1885.
Northern Tribune. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1885. A SOLID INSTITUTION. i ' ii Which Refers to the Medical mud Surgical . ! ' From S iglnaw Dally Courier. Duriag thi past week rnmors 'to the effect that tie Flint Medical and Surgi cal Hospital at Flint teas to be closed and its ueefulatia ended, hare been rife throujhoit Northern Michigan. The Courier ha iareatigeted the matter and finds that each rnmors are entirely trithout foundation. Nothing, In fact, could be farther from the truth. Dr. Carman tome time ace disposed of one half interest in the institute to Mr. J. A. Fiarsoo, a jreatlemaa of Flint. Mere recently Dr. Carman sold his remaining interest to Mr. B. F. fotharin, of B. F. Cotaarln & Co. These gentlemen Trill eonduet the institute and hospital. They are so well known, and so fully able to make the institute one of the best of its kind in the state, that no other guaran tee ia neeessaiy, In eonneetion with this matter the Flint Journal says: W are well aware that hospitals and institutions of aeimi ar eharaeter will neourajre the spreading of any rumor injurious to an institute (hat stands so high in the estimation of the pnblie as does the Flint hospital, bat far from either the medical erps or business management being weakened in any way by Dr. Carman's departure, the con trary is true. One month aeo, wheu Mr. Pierson purchased a half interest in the institute, he assumed entire control of the business and has managed it erer sinee. He soon found that numeroas changes mnt be made in the manage ment, both far the suceess of the busi ness and the dignity of the institution. He found that Dr. Carman's attention wassooccHpled with business interests in Detroit and elsewhere that he was neglecting the Flint institute, so that by his departure the business loses noth ing. The medical and surgical manage ment and eupirintendency remains as heretofore under the direct superYision of Dr. Gilbert, who has had practically entire charge for about a year and a half Associated with Dr. Gilbert as consult ing physiciaas, will be Dr. Noih Bates and Drs. Blickham Sr. Ron rf tM ttv These well known and, eminent physi cian ami surgeons give adamoual weight and standiag to the medical fac ulty of the institute. hsnecial attention will ha nal.l to the welfare and comfort of patents from ether rMrts of thA ntate. The Flint. T. Stitnte has an envifthla renntatinn with all its patients and patrons. In equip- iutubitDa an moacrn lmnrorements it . has no eaual immic the linanifala of the state. Contrary to the custom of most of the hopitals of the state that recieve tatients frem Northern Mirhioran aerl lumber Woods, the Fliet hnmital crivea eaci patient a room by himself, cemfort- auiy lurnisaen. inis is ine only nosai tal knewn of that data thin. The man who comes to the hospital on a yearly ucKts recieves jasi as carerui attention and just as comfortable a room as one Who DaVB bV tha wnelr. and all tttketa heretofore sold will be honored by the new management. A lilt Band Mill. An exchange describes a new band mill recently put into the mill of F. Mulrew, foot of East Eighth street, New York City. The band mill is of London Berry & Orton make. The wheels are eight feet in diameter, made of wrought iron, arms and rim covered with wood while the latter is faeed with gum cloth and carries a 6-inch blade 47 feet in length. It is the largest band saw in New York, and has sapacity for 5,000 feet of mahogany per diem. As the dogs eaten in Instead of being driven in enables the sawyer to finish up to ineh stuff without allowing the board spring away. There is a duplex motion uporl the guide which throws the saw off the wood ii runniag back, so that there is no danger of the saw being thrown off the wheel. This is aa provemeut oyer the old method of ting the wood oyer from the saw. feed works are so arranged that the saw yer can, in one position, stop or start the mill, change the feed or change the direction of the carriage, and the feed variable, so that the sawyer can feod fast or slow. It is an acquisition to the mill of F. A. Mulgrew, and does excel .lent work. THE BALANCE OF OUR Makinaws, German Socks, Gloves, Mittens, Cardigan Jackets, Silk and Wool Mufflers, AT PRICES THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU. A Big Reduction on all our Men's, Boys' and Childrens' Suites! Goods in tnis list must be closed out, as we will not carry them over if prices will sell them. A Large and Complete Stock of Trunks and Valises ! Remember we have Removed to our new store, Kesseler Block, Corner 3rd and Main Streets. T-V A. X-.il -i. It 1 J 1 t m ii . r. t - i jjo not itui to can ou us ouiore purcnasmg. ano xrouoie to snow urooas. to im set The TFEKTIIEIMEtt BROS., The One Priced Clothiers, are the Leaders of Low Prices. We have placed on sale this moraln the following geods to close lots: 33 doz. all wool lied Flannel Shirts and Draw ers at 50c eaeh; these goods are full men's sizes, and are worth with other dealers $1.00 each. 75 doz. men's all wool heavy Socks 4 pairs for BOcts; these goods are sold bv other dealers at Zo cts a naif. Remember the above amoant is all we have of them, so come at once if von want to see these great bargains. Wertheimer Bros., One Price Clothiers. Main street, opposite A. P. Newton's, Jehn Becker was seen in Detroit by Ileary Todd. John said he was thinking mm a STAK 1 H N 1 IT - IT U K T7 N if U H IrN Im WE WILL CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR WINTER GOODS That it will pay you to buy for next Winter's use. fnTTtn "D AT TvTrT-l "T1 S I 1 1 1 W.I I i - I i i r J J x ' ' ' ' ' mmSr W W .CW 3 5 qyb ana umiareng' u ver ULQTsmQ EINDSKOFF BROS., Proprietors. coirxciii mocEEPiNos. 4.00 (Official.) A regular meetiag of the Council for the village of Cheboygan was held at the Conneil rooms on Tuesday evening, Feb. 3d, 1885. Present -President Frost, Trustees Blake, Robinson, Hayes, Kitchen, Whar ton and Attorney Bell. Absent Trmtea McArthur. Minutes of last meeting read and ap proved. REPORTS. To the Hon. the Council of the village of Che boygan. At a meeting of the Board of Water Commissioners held this day the follow ing bills were audited and payment rec- imended: Smith & Adams. 176 ft Norway. $12.00 DerM $ 2.10 Win. Hayes, one wrench for gate 1.00 Jena & McUrain, on acc't drawing slabs, 60.00 Terrence Mciiraln, on acc't or posts. . . . Dated Feb. 3d, l&ft. Geo. W.Bell, C. A. Gallagher, J. N. Perry, . Board of Water Commissioners. J. P. Sotton, Secretary of Board. Ths Cemmitteo an Claims and Ac counts to whom was referred the bill of Post & VanArsdale, amounting to $15.50, for sundries, reported the same back to the Cornell and reeommended that the bill be allowed. Report received and ac count allowed. CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS. The following bills were presented and allowed: Post Sr. VanArsdale. sundries for Fire men's Hall, 2.85 II. Chambers, matting and paper for Firemen's Hall, 33.45 Wetmoro & Paddock, sundries lor Fire men's Hall, W. E. Ross, sundries and work on Fire men's Hall, 51.81 Sullivan Bros., table for Firemen's Hall, 4.50 Jos. F. Ames, work on table for Fire men's Hall 4.50 Wetmors & Paddock, blankets for Lock up, 3.00 FT. A. Plake, Snow plow 20.00 H. A. Blake, building sidewalk in front of Mrs. Amlot's lot, 8.00 Street Commissioner's pay roll No. 22, amounting te $36.75, was presented and allowed, with the exception f the Street Commissioner's salary, amounting to $10.50, which was referred to Committee n Claims and Accounts. MISCELLANEOUS, Moved and supported that DO cerds of 18 inch wood be purchased for village use. Carried. On metion Trustee Wharton was ap pointed committee to purchase wood. Council then adjourned. C. J. Hunt, Clerk. For Sale. . 1K0 acres of jrood fnrmlmr land sltunted with in one half mile from MutlftLnke Station. Applvto HAUUEL 11. TA YLOK. A iron t. Gerow Block. Cbaboriran Mien Examinations of Teachers. Meetlnars of the Board of School Examiners of Cheboygan ounty, for the purpose of ex airinin persons proposing to teach In the schools of tho county will bo held during- the current year as follows . . Regular Examination. At Cheboygan. Oct., 31. 1881. ad March 29. 1885. Npeclnl Fxnnilmitloiifl. At Indian Ttlvcr. September 2fl. 1881: "Wol verine. April 20, 1885; Cheboytttm, August 30. 1885 Examinations will commence promptly at 9 o'clock. Dated August 20, 1884. ' K. 8HEPHKKD. Secretary WIN more money than at anything- else by taking n agency for th best selling book out. Beginners succeed grandly. None fail. Hallktt Book Co , Ponland, Maine. TaJsie ILTotice THAT WE ARE OFFERING All Winter Good D W Ml un Valentines ! -I N- GREAT VARIETY ! SMYTH &C0'S Jewelers aiu Stationers. Use Dr. Eexford's ' FOR ALL Open Sores, Galls and Scratches. CLOAKINGS, CLOAKS, Bhawlc. Underwear, Clotluno;, Etc A T GREATLY REDUCED PRICES T O close o-cnr Balance of Winter Stock. r3 nn W Me Arthur . FOP. SALE AT KINIZ'S LIVESY. of going to New Orleans.