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i VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1883. - - NO 40 DR. M. . CHAMPION DEM Tl ST ( iii:boygan Teoth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post A Van Aradale's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Porrin. M. D. FEUDIST BBOS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples' Drug Store, Main Strut, CHKOOrOAN, M Jan R. H. RIETZK, Formerly Physician In the Prussian Army, will treat, with medical skill, all cases of sickness. Particular attention paid to chronic diseases. A specialty will be made ol all complaints of the weaker sex. Office at Central Drug Store Udoclm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor CHEBOYGAN, - M H THIS House Is so situated that it commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed in town, ''illiard 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 f 1 per day. First door east side of the brid .VJuiy-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. McAKTHUR, Cheboygan, Mich. THOS. J. CARLE ION. N ft. MASON. THE SENATE. AND SAMPLE ROOM, Carleton & Mason, Proprietors, first door north of Grand Central Hotel, Che boygan, Mich. 14JJan-tt JUIPIIttEY & PERKIKS, COUNSELORS AT LAW, noltl Ohehoviran. Mich FARMS FOR SALE. Tillage Property For Sale. BUYERS that want good bargains, call on me before purchasing elsewhere. WM. BARTHOLOMEW, Office East Side. Real Estate Agent, G EO. EDWARD FROST, Attorney and Counselor at Law. United States Commissioner. Collections Promptly Made. L. T. L1MPERT Watchmaker And Jeweler. Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Gold Jewelry. Gold Chains, Bracelets. I Spectacles And Eyeglasses. , ALL KINDS OF Neatly and Promptly Done. L. T. LIMPERT, Central Drag Store. F HANK SHEt'HERD. CHEBOYGAN MICH. LAND FOR SALE. Sixty-three acres of land situated ou the state road from Ohelmygan to Petoskey, only $M miles from Oheboyjjan. 8 or fl acres chop ped, 3 acres logged up. A good log house and a comfortable nam on the premises. Also lots No. 1, 2, 8, and a strip of land 13 feot wide, laving between lots 8 and 4, lots 4 and 5, according to Sammon's plat of Cheboy gan village, also t he west fl 4 of n w fl M 1 town 37 n, range 2 west. For particulars as to price and terms, address, CHARLES BRANNAOK, Sr. tf Cheltoygan, Mich. SHINGl.K MACHINE FOR SALE. O NE Evart's Improved Shingle Machine with Jointer, Orag Saw, Belts and Pul leys Cheltoyifsn Iron Works. MUKHAY A HICH. 24marebtf Jewelry Store, Opposite Postofflce. HEADQUARTERS FOR Watches FEXER'S JEWELRY STORE, Opposite Postofflce. MUtlny's GREAT SALE OF ALL GOODS And Remember that we Warrant all our Goods. PROVISIONS. Best Family Flonr. per bbl., Best Family Detroit Pork, per lb., Fine Golden Syrup, per gal., Hams, per lb., Shoolders, per lb., CANNED GOODS. Choice Marrowfat Peas, per can, Choice Tomatoes, Sugar Corn, Choice Crawford Peaches, SUGARS. Granulated, ... Standard A Coffee, Extra C. Bright Yellow, Yellow, $5.90 lie 48c 14c Uc 15c 15c 15c 20c 11c 10c 9c 88c 8c LIST WEEK 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. Married. LINCOLN HUDSON At the Tremont House, by (ieo. B. Frost, J. P. Friday evonlng April nth, 18M3, Mr. William Smith Lincoln and Mary Jane Hudson, daughter of Willian Hudson. All of Cheboygan. villus' Council. Council met Tuesday evening. Full board present, exeept Trustee Van Arsdale and Attorney Brown, ' Petition of Chris. Osier for appoint 1 ment as Marshal and Wm. Wiggins for night watchman was received, and ordered placed on file. The Board of Water Commissioners submitted their annual report, showing expenditures for various purposes as follows. Cost of Building 8,542.89 Paid for Pumps 3,500.00 " Michigan Pipe Co. on Contract.. 12,441.33 " Hess for Boilers 2,175.00 " for reservoir W5.00 B lot and grading M.M M constructing caual to lake. .. 210.03 " " fuel 788.87 M interest on bonds 2,0o4.00 " on ace' t artesian well M6.0H " geueral expense 582.79 salaries 1,073.6 Total $28,357. IS Owing to the leaking of the 12 inch pipe, the work of the Michigan Pipe com pany in laying the pipes, has not been accepted and there is yet due that com pany $3,445.90. Also due contractors for reservoir, $30.00. This would make the total cost of the waterworks to date, $31,833.03. There remained on hand of the fuel to the amount of $25(5,12, making the cost of fuel to date $520.13, an average cost of $2 per day. The pay of engineers and secretary's salaries amount to $3.89 per day, add to the above amounts the estimated ost of oil, packing, etc., brings the total cost per day up to ML1& The receipts for water rents amount to $78.73. The report gives an estimate of $4,700 IMded over and above the amount ap propriated, and recommends that that amount be raised by tax. The report was received and fifty copies ordered printed in pamphlet form. Trustee McArthur offered a resolution which was adopted, that all contracts for street openings, grading, graveling and ditching, be let to the lowest res ponsible bidders, where the amount to be expended exceeds $25. A resolution was adopted instructing the street commissioner to repair with out delay all broken or dangerous places in sidewalks, crosswalks or streets. A resolution was adopted that a con tract be entered into between the vil lage and county for care of prisoners, under sentence, in the county jail. The street commissioner was author ized to pay $1.75 per day for laborers on the south corporation line sewer. A motion was adopted allowing the Independent Church the use of the Town Hall for church and Sunday school uu til Nov. 1st at $2.00 per Sunday. The standing rules of old council were adopted. Street commissioner orderded to clear sidewalk from Wetmore & Paddock's store to Kim street. Trustees Humphrey and Blake, with the President, were appointed a commit tee to arrange salaries of village officers Upon motion the amount of bonds of the village treasurer was increased from $10,000 to $15,(300. The President was authorized to con tract with Board of Supervisors for board and keeping of prisoners under sentence Vetrymen. At the Annual Parish Meeting of St. James' (KniseonaD church in Cheboygan on Easter Monday, March 20, 1883, the following were elected Vestrymen for the ensuing year: Wm. McArthur; S. S. Eddy; Wm Crane; T T 1 I.' .....I. Ol . U ... IT J. m, rmiwn ; r raua oiiupiiciu, m. n Scott; Sam'l. H. Taylor; Henry Ash downe. i lic IflesNengcr. Capt. Bouchard sends us the follow ing list of the crew of the Messenger as far as they have been selected and writes that he expected to start for Chicago next Monday to take on a cargo for Man istique. Captain E. A. Bouchard. First mate -Bert Simons, of Benton Harbor. First engineer Mart Fleming, Ben Harbor. Second engineer C. C. Rittenhouse. Fireman- Ed. Metivier, Cheboygan. Cabin maid Mrs. Holmes, Cheboygan Porter Mr. Holmes, Cheboygan. Notice. There will be a meeting of the Parish and Congregation of St. James' (Episco pal) church on Sunday evening, April 8th after Evening Service, it is hoped that all who are interested in the well-being of the church win rie present. James H. Magoffin. Hector of St. James.' The military comnanv met for drill at the town hall Thursday evening. Great ( improvement is noticible in their move- ments and bearing of the members. J. L. Jewell's nonies had an abreviated runawav this morning. They tried to draw the wairon upside down but did not make a success of it, although they succeeded in getting it in that position Lots For Sale Cheap. From one Acre up. Half mile from town. Terms to suit purchasers. Enquire of John R. Eggerman, jan20 Upper Meat Market. Cheboygan'! Temperature. As we hear people comparing the win ter just passed with former winters in this county, and there seems to be quite a wide difference of oninion as to this. when compared with former winters, perhaps the following comparative table of the four winter months for the last five years, may give some information on the subject, containing as it does the average range of the thermometer taken at sunrise, mid-day and at sunset of each day; the average daily tempera ture tor each month, and the average daily temperature for the four months noted of each winter, the coldest day of each month, the snow fall, and water contained in the snow and rain for the month, and the number of days the thermometer has been at zero and below, with the total amount of snow that fell in each of the above named winters. Average Temperature ft Date. 1878 Dec. DDI 27 74 24 03 im 24 2 28 28'; Jan... Feb.. 22 84 I 19 80 0 05 Hi 65 19 15 71 14 82 67 Mar . 29 00 27 06 24 56 29 20 31 IT Total Dec. 18 19 88 20 73 8 ft 180 40 Jan . 24 110 93 27 03 7 73 Feb. Mar. 18 14 16 45 20U 2 " 09 Zi 01 22 3M so 25 65 24 01 23 91 I5MJ .... m i) Total 8 5 10 Doc. 15 71 18 84 18 85 11 46 .Ik 13 1S81 Jan.. 5 48 16 7 11 Feb.. Mar.. 30 21 64 III 04 88 29 27 II 24 19 26 :il 20 2641 17 68 23 Total Dec. llfl 24 26 81 32 42 22 55 3104 30 65 29 9: 18 1803 8 Jan.. 15 01 19 45 8 29 27 88 19 03 Fob... 21 21 64 27 11 I8H Mar 2U 87 fci 27 74 25 95 18 Total 4 Dec. 16 22 42 26 05 23 23 85 28 Jan.: 10 m 17 C6 15 54 14 01 18 64 lift 88 13 71 am I 6 64 KM Mar. 5 55 24 19 16 16 02 17 04 14 Total I nti - Snow foil in November, la connection with the above we thought the following in regard to the opening of navigation would be of interest, the information being gather ed from the files of the Tribune: 1870 The St. Joseph was the first to ar rive, April 20th. 1877 Prop Maine, April 24th. 1878 Prop. Menominee, March 23d. The steambarge Snook passed through the straits March 15th. is Prop. st. Joseph arrived April 14th. 1880-The Marine City arrived April 4th, and on the 5th the Granite State of the N. T. line from Chicago, being the nrsi ooat mrougn 1110 Straus. 1881 The Van Raalte cleared for Mackinac and St. Ignace, April 29th and the propellers Hurd and Fremont arriv ed down from the Sault, May 3d. 1882 The Van Raalte cleared for Port Huron, March 17th. The Flora arrived off this port March 2nth, where she stuck in the ice until the 30th, when she made port. a ( tun. By request I will give a Calico Hop at my hall, on Thursdayfcvening April 12th, A cordial invitation is extended. Rob't S. Sweet. ll nil ! la Wealth! 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 by mail and prepaid on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each order received by 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 effect a cure. Guarantees issued only when the treatment is ordered direct from as. Address: JOHN C. WEST & CO., Sola Proprietors, 181 & 183 Madison St. Chica go, III. Sold by all druggists. Unclaimed Letter List. The tollowlng is a list ol letters re mahilng in the Cheboygan postofflce. un called foi April 7. Persons calling foi ttioM letters will ploaeesay thatthey ar advertised : John Burdett, Ronald Campbell, Matthew Elliot M W Einlght, Minnie Giles, Abran Hoi. den, John Hury, Douald Hunt, Charles Han. namean Mm D Janie, Mrs Mary Jacobs, Clark King, Chan Knew, Joseph Kehbein, Fredrich Letschke, T J Mellen, W R McCrochan, John Nixon, Alex Robertaon, Henry Scott, Mary Wheeler. Geo. P. Humphrey, P. M. The largest stock of Oil Shades ever shown in this market at McArthur, Smith & Cos