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i v VOL. 8. h CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1883. NO 39 DR. M. ti. CHAMPION OENTI ST CHKltOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Perrin. M. D. :FEI,H,IT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drusr Store, Main Stkbbt, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan D H. H. RIETZE, Formerly Physician In the Prussian Army, will treat, with medical skill, all cases of sickness. Particular attention paid to chrome diseases. A speoialty will be made oi all complaints of the weaker sex. Office at Central Drug Store 9declm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M J THIS House is so situated that it commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed In town, 'Millard room in connection. The bar Is stocked with the best brands and the arrest variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or 1 1 per day. First door east side of the brid i7Ju'y-tf LANDS FOR SALE 3,000 ACRES OF GOOD LAND Selected Especially for Farming Pur poses and Two Improved Farms, Will be sold at low rates. Small payments down, balance to suit purchasers. Also about 2.000 acres pine land J. B. MoABTHUR. Cheboysran. Mich. THOS. J. CARLETON, N. B. MAsON. THE SENATE. AND SAMPLE ROOM, Carleton & Mason, Proprietors, First door north of Grand Central Hotel, Che boygan, Mich. 14JJan-tf JJJUfllPIIUEY & PERKIXS, COUNSELORS AT LAW, noltl Cheboygan. Mwh FARMS FOR SALE. Village Property For Sale. BUYERS that want Rood bargains, call on me beforo purchasing elsewhere. WM. BARTHOLOMEW. Office East Side. Real Estate Agent. Q.EO. EDWARD FROST, Attorney and Counselor at Law. United States Commissioner. Collections Promptly Made. L. T. LIMPERT Watchmaker And Jeweler. Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Silverware, . Gold Jewelry, Gold Chains, Bracelets. Spectacles And Eyeglasses. ALL KINDS OF REPJUMI6 Neatly and Promptly Done. L. T. LIMPERT, Central Drug Store. JRANK SHEPHERD. Xj -A. CHEBOYGAN MCH. Notice For Publication. Land OrriCK at Rbrd City, Micji. March 30th. 1SS3. I NOTICEJis hereby sriven that the following named settlers have tile1' notice of their intention to makefnnal Droof in support of their claim and final entry thereof, and that said proof will be made before the clerk ot the cir cuit oourtot Cheboyiran county, Mich, at the county seat, on Monday, the 7th day of May 1883, vir.: Christopher C. Lanir, Ifomr stoad entry No. 84W for the w fl of n w fl M, w fl H of w fl M, section 1, lown 3fl n, ranjre 8 w, ar. 1 names the following: witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cul tivation of said tract, viz: Win. N. Cross, of Topinabee p. o., and Jonathan Buff of Toplna bee p. o , and John Dawson. of Oheboyaan p. o, and Thomas Crump of Cheboyg-an p. o. Jonathan Buff, Homestead entry No. R53B for the w M of n e M, section :. in town 30 n , rang-e 3 w, and names the following- witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of nald tract, via: William N. Cross, of Topinabee p.o., and Christopher C. Lans, of Cheboygan p o., and John Dawson, of Cheboygran p. o., and Thomas Crump, of Cheboygan p. o. mar31-5t ED WARD STEVENSON. Rejrlster. Jewelry Store, Opposite PostofHce. HEADQUARTERS FOR Watches FEXER'S JEWELRY STORE, Opposite Postofflce. III T 11 GREAT SALE OF 4LL GOODS -t cost. And Remember that we "Warrant all our Goods. PROVISIONS. Best Family Flonr. per bbl., - $5.90 Best Family Detroit Pork, per lb., 11c Fine Golden Syrup, per gal., - 48c Hams, per lb., - 14c Shonlders, per lb., - 11c CANNED GOODS. Choice Marrowfat Peas, per can, - 15c Choice Tomatoes, - - 15c Sugar Corn, - - 15c Choice Crawford Peaches, 20c SUGARS. Granulated, - - - lie Standard A Coffee, - - 10c Extra C. - - 9c Bright Yellow, - - 88c Yellow, - 8c We have just received Twenty-Five Chests Of Choice Natural Leaf Uncolored, Japan Tea, which we will sell this week at 45 Cts. Per Pound This Tea is the greatest bargain that has evered been offered. We guar antee every pound pure and uncolor ed, and with every pound sold We Give a Handsome Present. 500 Pounds of Choice Old Government Java Coffee, To be sold during the week, at 15c per pound. Don't forget to come, one and all. We will give you bar gains that will surprise you. M. & B. Moloney. LIST Mlloliitys Trouble In the (tamp. Wednesday evening a caucus was held in tho township of Beaugrand for put ting in nomination candidates for the several township offices. Heretofore a non-political ticket has been nominated and the township committee was made up without regard to politics, but two of them happened to be Democratic, and they signed a call for a Democratic caucus for Wednesday evening. The citizens turned out in good numbers and everything weat along smoothly until an informal ballot was taken for Super visor, when it was found that James Barclay, a Republican, had a majority. Then Supervisor Sullivan, the minority candidate, got up and announced that the caucus had been called as a simon pure Democratic caucus and no Republi cans were to vote or be voted for. This created quite a flutter and caused con siderable disgust even among many of the Democrats, and the result was about two-thirds of those present left, and the rump caucus proceeded to set up a ticket, and notwithstanding their claim to be inor a DtMiMirriitir caucus thov nomin ated a Republican for one office, to give it cnaracter. lcath of Ir. A. I.. Curtis. Some weeks since we announced the death of Dr. A. L. Curtis, a former resi dent of our village, at Camden, New Jeney. A letter received from his sou, Charles A., gives the following particu lars: The disease was congestion of the brain, and Ins death quite sudden. About 3 o'clock a. m. Mrs. Curtis was awakened by the Dr. getting up, and she noticed him groping over the foot of the bed as if in tho dark, although the gas was lighted, and in reply to what was the matter he answered, "more light, I can't see." She got him back into bed and a physician was summoned immediately but in two hours he was dead. He was conscious and gave minute instructions in regard to his business, He did not suffer any pain but passed away quite ly, He was 50 years old, and his loss will be severely felt in the community where he lived, as he was highly esteem ed by all. He was presidiug elder in the First Presbyterian church, and superintendent of the Sabbath school, and was secretary of the Y. M. C. asso ciation. The doctor had many warm friends in Cheboygan, who will sympa thize with the family in their sad afflic tion. Charles writes that his mother and ! sister Carrie are broken hearted, and that iheir home is lonely without their beloved husband and father. There are many in our village who have a kind remembrance of the genial manners of the deceased. He and family were highly esteemed as residents of our village and are borne in kind remembrance byall who knew them. Charles writes that he was elect d a member of the board of education of Camden, and his numerous friends and acquaintances will join with the Tribunk in congratulations. Services in the Congregational Church to-morrow morning at 10 . Theme, second discourse on "The Resurrection In the evening, the pastor will address a "Union Temperance Meeting" in the M. E. Church. Subject, "Brief History of tho Temperance Reform in the United States." Sheriff Harrington left Saturday night with "Rip Van Winkle," the crazy man described last week, and placed him in the asylum at Pontiac, returning home Tuesday morning. By hard persuasion he induced tho man to wash and remove several acres of soil from his person before taking his departure. The Masonic brethren have presented Hon. Geo. W. Bell with an elegant Past master's jewel in token of their brother ly love and affection, not so much as an honorary reward for the many services he has rendered the lodge, but more es pecially as a memento of their esteem toward him as a man and a Mason. The Easter ball given bv the Brass band Thursday evening was largely at tended and proved a grand success, in every particular. The music was excel lent, the band made a flue appearance and their drill was very interesting. They did themselves credit while play Ing a number of pieces dnring the even ing. They realized about forty dollars, and those in attendance had a very en joyable time. Keep the Wuteh-FIre It urn In An essay read before the W. C.T U. There is a period in all moral reform when it seems impossible to do any thing but to stand and wait an inter val when there seems to be no progress made, when workers in the moral vine yard can do no more than prune a dead branch here and there, or plant a vine or two. We borrow from an ancient warlike custom, this admonition, "keep the watch-fires burning." It seems dull work to the spirited soldier who enlist ed for the ardent and strong employ ment of battle, to bring his fagots, and light them, and keep them burning that the friend of the cause he rights for may know where to rally. How cheerless and cold the night air. How desolate sits the solitary sentinel as the slow-moving hours wearily pass. His duty seems irksome and profitless. He can let the fire die down till there is only a laint light left, yet, if he but re flect, what a glorious work he is doing. There are friends forhis righteous cause, but they are scattered. They need a rallying place. That faint light on tho mountain brow tells the wandering comrades where they may assemble. It is the strength of their languishing cause, wait and see what that flickering fire, kept burning through the dreary night has done. The companions in arms assemble slowly, one by one they come out of the darkness, grasp each other's hands, and swear fealty to the cause of truth and right. After making their plans of attack, they move upou the enemy's works with a momentum nothing can withstand. The battle is gained, victory perches upon the stand ards of the united band. Now the soli tary night watches begin to realize the importance of their discouraging and spiritless task. What if the fires had gone out. No matter then how ardent the wish of each wardual of the little army, that their dearest rights should be maintained. Ther strength was at tenuated and they were powerless. It was the sentinel's beacon that brought them together, that made them invinci ble. So sisters, 1 think it is with us and our cause, especially here in this town where the temperance work is so unpop ular and it is eminently proper that this society should be organized; that it let Its moral light shine about through the darkness; that if we cannot be so aggres sive as we wish, we can keep the watch- fires burning,thattne friends of our cause may come out of the darkness, clasp bands with us. When the time for a forward movement comes, as come it will, the patient work we are doing in creating a public sentiment in favor of reform will not be in vain. There is something to encourage us. Much effec tive work has been done by our honored president, almost alone, among the children and youth of the place. Already we hear them reiterating the chorus. learned in the temperance school. We hear them conversing with each other and promising to reform from by-words and other had habits of speech and man ners. "Cast thy bread upon the waters and thou shalt find it after many days." None need enter the work of moral re form expecting an easy task. Patient waiting; a continuous discharge of duty; a trustful dependance on Him who notes even the sparrow's fall; a courage to labor on in the hope of victory eyen when circumstances are most discourag ing; a wisdom which labors in the spirit of the sentiment so beautifully express ed hy others thus: "In essentials unity, in nonessentials liberty, in all things charity." Let these he the qualities which each member or our union shall contribute. May this little Are we have kindled in the midst of darkness continually grow brighter and brighter; may our movements find friends among all who ought to be in terested in this great work until by ana by as the result of a small beginning, temperance principals may prevail in Cheboygan. Henltb In M oulin! Dr. E. C, West's Nerve and Brain Treatment: a specific for Hysteria, Diz ziness, Convulsions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory, Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Involuntary Emmissions, Premature Old Age, caused by over-exertion, self-abuse, or over-indulgence, which leads to misery, decay, and death. One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's treatment. One dollar a box or six boxes for five dollars; sent bv mail and prepaid on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each order received bv us for six boxes.accompanied by five dollars, we will send the purchas er our written guarantee to return the money if the treatment does not effeet a cure. Guarantees issued only when the treatment is ordered direct from us. Address: JOHN C. WEST & CO., Sole Proprietors, 181 & i83 Madison St. Chica go, 111. Sold by all druggists. Unolaimed Letter List. The following is a list ot letters re maiding in the -heboygan postofflce, un called for Mar. 31. Persons callingfor these letters will pleaeesay thatthey are advertised : George Bays. Miss S Bell, Peter Bartlessen, M J Broom, Chat Burhank, W Minim, H. D. Chamberlain, Louis Canal, Agnes Francis, J. W. Hall, Arthur Lemon. Mrs (i B Macaulay, Joseph Pillie, Cyrus Sanders, Miss L Shigst Mary Wheeler. Geo. P. Humphrey, P. M. The largest stock of Oil Shades ever shown in this market at McArtbur, Smith & Co.'s I1