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THE NDKTMERN TRIBUNE. MARCH 31, 1883
navy and She
iffi, Paints, Oik, fe, Window Glass
Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks.
Also Skari VLfeot'O-rexg of Tin,Coppei &,tl6l Bbnt lion "77"o,re.
SATURDAY, MA RCI1 11, 1883.
Remember the Republican ticket is
the winning ticket.
Up to noon quite a number of names
had been registered for the township
No new developements in regard to
continuing the work of sinking the test
Geo. W. Stimpson advertised his hotel
at Mackinac City tor sale in the Even
Candidates for village Marshal con
tinue to loom up and new applications
are beiug filed with the clerk.
The Algomah run up to MttArthur,
Smith & Co.'h dock last evening aud
started from there for St. Ignace.
The St. Ignace people seem to feel bad
because the Algomah is running to Che
boygan in place of Mackinaw City.
Wednesday, Will Van Valkenburg went
to St. Helena to buy fish. He reports
the ice about three feet thick and no
nigns of spring.
Messrs. Hodge & Herrington have C.
R. Smith's new steam yacht nearly
planked and expect to complete putting
in the plank next week.
Messrs. Ransier & Ritchie, have one
of J. B. Me Art bur's lighters ready for
decking, and the second well under way.
They are working about twenty men and
are rushing things.
H. J. Miner s new goods are here. They
are of the best, and he Is selliDg at way
down prices. If you want to be happy
and look nobby, go buy. A word to the
wise is sufficient. See ad.
The Chicago Inter-Ocean has advices
that the straits of Mackinac are solid
and that ice reaches from the Manitous
to Thunder bay and navigation not ex
pected to open until May 1st.
The Presque Isle County Advance says:
"We have got to have a telephone line
between Alpena and Cheboygan, via
Rogers City, and the sooner we arouse
ourselves and get it, the better."
H. Chambers always has something
interesting to say in his advertisements.
This week his story is full of interest to
everybody, and ho means just what be
says. If you don'c believe it call on him
and be convinced.
Capt. Ames expresses in grateful terms
his appreciation of the kindness of the
keeper of the Cheboygan light for light
ing the light Friday night of last week
and Mr. Littletield for il lowing the
lange lights to shine.
The young man Philips, arrested for
forgery, was brought before Justice
Frost, a part of the evidence taken and
the case adjourned until Tuesday of
next week, on account of the absence of
The state oil inspector says that tho
mere brand of "Michigan test" on a bar
rel of oil is DO sign that it is of legal
standard and that a dealer cannot legal
ly sell it until it lias been inspected by
a regular appointed deputy inspector,
and stamped "approved." Rozelle Rose,
of Petoskey, is the man to attend to this
for the nineteenth district, composed of
Cheboygau, Charlevoix, Emmet and
Mackinac counties. See that he makes
his mark on your oil barrels before you
sell any oil.
The Star course of lectures, under the
auspices of the Oddfellows, closed Tues
day evening with the third lecture by
Tank Kee on China and the Chinese. It
is conceded that these lectures were
equal to the best of the series of enter
tainments, and many claim they were
the best. Every person wo have heard
express themselves were highly pleased
with Tank Kee, and many have express
ed the hope that he may return again at
Home future time. The fraternity i.rc
entitled to great credit for the very in
teresting series of entertainments they
provided, and it is to be regretted that
our citizens did not bestow a more liber
al patronage. The venture did not.prove
a profitable one to the lodtre. and the re
sult has been they have expended con
siderable money over and above the re
receipts, to say nothing of the time of
the several members of the committee
in charge. They were deserving of bet
ter support in their effort.
z The U. S. court meets at Detroit next
Tuesday and unless excused, George G.
Whartou, who was drawn as one of the
jurors, will start Monday morning for
Beaugrand will have three tickets in
the field for township officers next Mon
day. The candidates for Supervisor are;
Democratic, P. Sullivan; Peoples ticket,
James Barclay; Mackinaw City ticket
Dr. A. M, Gerow is thinking Of erecting
a brick business block on Main street
south of tho bank building, at least he
is having aa estimate of the cost of such
a building made. We hope to see the
building go up.
Nelson & Bullen are offering special
bargains on H. S. Robinson & Burten
shaw's celebrated make of shoes, an op
portunity that none should fail to em
brace. These goods have no superior,
and are staple the country over.
Clement is prepared to shoe the entire
population. A full line of new goods
just received. No long faces come out
of his store. Sloppy weather is at hand
and it is necessary that yoir under
standings should be well protected. See
The entertainment by the Methodist
Sunday school last Wednesday evening
was u very successful affair and gave
the organ fund a big boom. The jug
fund, we hear, amounted to about $00.
The entertainment was a very pleasing
affair and very creditable to the partici
pants. The joint stock party are flattering
themselves that because they elected a
governor last fall by their united efforts,
that they will elect their ticket for
Judges of the Supreme Court and Re
gents this spring. Michigan is a Re
publican state and the Republicans have
nomiuated an uuusually stroug ticket.
One that will command the full strength
of the party, and we have no fears but
that it will be elected by a good majori
ty. The people of Michigan know which
will best subserve their interests, and
hence will see that the Republican can
didates are elected.
The new steamer being built to run
in connection with the City of Cleveland
will be named the "City of Mackinaw,"
and commanded by Capt. Alex. McKay,
now first officer of the Cleveland. It
will be ready for business soon after
July 1, leaving Detroit on Wednesdays
at I A. M. and Saturdays at 11 p. M. and
making with the City of Cleveland four
departures per week thereafter. During
July and August the Wednesday and
Friday morning trips from Detroit will
be extended to Petoskey, arriving there
at 10 a. m. the following day. The new
steamer will have watertight compart
ments, feathering paddles, saloons of
mahogany, tastefully decorated and
furnished with all modern improve
ments, and to be equal in every respect
to the popular steamer City of Cleveland.
Wixson has some of the handsomest
picture frames ever sold in Cheboygan
and he knows how to make yictures to
put iu them, too.
Prevailing course of the wind for the
week was westerly. Weather fair and
Snow fall, 8 inches.
For oysters in cans or bulk go to Reid
Reid & Co have a large lot of fresh
made country butter.
Finest stock of grriceries auU provis
ions in town, at M. & B. Moloney's.
Reid & Co are selling evaporated
apples at 14 cents a pound, and have
just received 50 barrels nice green
"Hello, Smith! Don't stop nie, my wife
sent me to M. & B. Moloney's to get a
pound of their uucolored Japan tea, aud
get a present.
If you have any pictures that you want
copied take them to V ixson s gallery.
All vegetables of the season at M. & B.
In the Whole History of
No preparation lias ever performed such
marvellous cures, or maintained so
wide a reputation, as Ayek's Chkrky
Pkctokal, which is recognized as the
world's remedy for nil diseases of the
throat and lungs. Its long-continued
series of wonderful cures in all cli
mates has made it universally known
as a safe and reliable agent to employ.
Against ordinary eolds, t,ieh are the
forerunners of more serious disorders,
it acts speedily and surely, always re
lieving suffering, and often saving life.
The protection it affords, by its timely
use iu throat aud chest disorders,
makes It an inval'rtble remedy to be
kept always on huad i:i every home.
No person cau afford to be without it,
and those who have once used it never
will. From their knowledge of its
composition and operation, physicians
use the CWBRXY Picctouat. extensively
in their practice, and clergymen recom
mend it. It is absolutely certfttn In
its healing effects, and will always
cure whore cures are possJbl .
For sale by all drii'-irisu.
Iletwoen John F. McDonald's and Spoonor's
bridge, a tmy shawl. A liberal reward will be
g-lven for Its return to this office.
SHINGLE MACHINE FOB SALE.
ONE Evart's Improved Shinjrle Machine
with Jointer, i rag Saw, Kelts and Pul
leys. Cheboygan Iron Works.
MURRAY & RICH.
LAND FOR SALE.
Sixty-three acres of land situated on the
state road from Cheboygan to Petoskey, only
miles from Cbelioygan. S or acres chop
ped, acres logged up. A good log bouse and
a comfortable barn on the premises.
Also lots No. 1, 2, il. and a strip of land II
feet wide, laying between lots M and 4. lots 4
and moo ratal to Bon moo' i plat of Otoebor-
mi villtiRe. also tho west II V of n w 11 ?i
town :t7 n, ranm 2 west. For particulars as to
price and terms, address,
CHARLES I5RANNACK, Sit.
tf Cheboygan, Mich.
rrHE Store north of Nelson & Mullen's, with
rooms tip stairs Apply to
24 ma rehtf
MRS. C. J. ROENHLAD.
At the front as usual, am and always
Of Cheboygan. Stock never more com
plete. Prices never lower. Call in
and see for yourself.
OIF1 o-criEe COMPETI OSS.
Compare our prices with theirs, and trade
where you can buy the cheapest.
0 ran u luted, per lb., - 11c Gunpowder, best in town, - 50c
Cut Loaf, - - 12c Young Hyson, very fine, - 25c
Confectioners' A, - - 10c " can't be bent, toe
Ex. C Coffee, - - ttc Imperial, - - - 40c
Powdered, - 12c Japan, 25c, 30, 40c, and 50c
Yellow. - He Tea Dust, 1-2 lbs. for - 1.00
Currant Jelly, per lb.,
Raspberry Jelly, per lb.,
10c Potatoes, per bush.,
10c ' Rutabagas,
We handle D. M. Ferry & Co's Seeds,
and have a full line of them.
Our prices on Pork, Hams, Shoulders,
Bacon, Flour, Butter, &c, are lower than
any house in town.
REID & CO.,
Corner Main and 3d Sts., Keseler Block.
DRY GO 0 D S I
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Balance of winter stock of
Shawls, Knit Goods.
Cloakings &c., &c.
We are Offering Some Fine Bargains. It
will pay you to examine
At McArtk, Smith & Co's.