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- THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE: NOVEMBER 3. B33SV am TT v DEALERS ! I nsr W and m Hardware. Dei;roit Stoves. Paints: Oils, &c. Window G ; andeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors ' Oakum & Pulley Blocks. DIRECTORY. FIR3T M. E. CHURCH. ntu tt ST J.AMES E- CHURCH. 7-?0 p m 'h1 ,Pr?c1hi at 10:30 a. m. Ma2offlS; iSESf1 8Cl;001 at 12 M-ReT- . INDEPENDENT CHURCH. i i.,?iP!ft H(!u,s?' rach!nr at 7:30 p. m. 'Sab bath School 12 jr. ; r. m. Thompson, Pastor. I . CONGRFGATIONAL CHURCH. rC 'ln510iV30A- M- 7:30 p- M- Sabbath school, 12 m. Prayer meeting Wednesday. 7:45 r. M. Chas. H. Hartley, D. D., Pastor. ST. MARY'fl CHURCH, tor. 5th and Church streets. Low mass 8 a. M., dally. High mass U A. M. Sunday. Ves pers 3:30 p. m. Sunday. Rev. Peter J. Ue Smedt, xvc tor. ' " BAPTIST CHURCH. Division street, near Dresser. Preaching 10V a m, 7pm. Sunday school 12 M. Prayer meetlug Tuesday evening at 8:00. CHEBOYGAN LODGE. NO. 243, F. AND A.M. Regular meeting,' at Masonic Hall, Wednes day evening, on or More the full of the niuon. U U Wharton, W M. J P Sutton, Setfy. TEMPLE LODGE KOi 331, I. O. O. F. Meet every Friday evening, at Odd Fellows' Halt Frank Shepherd, N U. A. (J. Boggs, R S. BENTON LODGE. NO. 108, A. O. U. W. Meet every other Monday evening, at 8. H. J. Miner. M W. B H Begole, Recorder. CHEBOYGAN CHAPTER, N J. 109. OF R. A. M. Meets in Masonic Hall, on the Friday on or nftr the full of the moon. A J Paddock, H P. J C Wooster, Sec'y. CHEBOYGAN COUNTY. Judge of Probate K Z Perkins. Sheriff Win Harrington. Prosecuting Attorney if'rank Shepherd. ; Clerk and Register Medard Metivier. Treasurer E Z Perkins. CHEBOYGAN VILLAGE. President George K Frost. Trustees Watts S Humphrey, W E Smyth, II A Blake, ft Robinson, J B McArthur, T T Van Arsdale. " ' . .Marshal Howard Lynn. Clerk C J Hunt. Treasurer J E (Hieny. Attorney Geo W Bell. BENTON TOWNSHIP. Supervisor FM Sainmons. Clerk I E Do (iowin. Treasurer A ( Boggs. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Arrive From south at ?)2 A M, 5:05 p M. T -J ' North at tt :05 am. , Rogers City on Keweenaw. . -: ' Black Lake Mondays P M. Depart For South 6 :05 A M, 10:33 p M. . . North 5:05 PM. Rogers City on Keweenaw. "t ' Black Lake Tuesdays A M. i if :i .' "t Af 13 noises. ' ill.! Allegan is preparing to bore fort sal salt. : The'Statestiaa s.-iya'Boyn? City is Im- m&Jld Tori The Presqae Isle county people nave a fine road to Alpena. tw.;uy):U j t :J The Grand Traverse Ilerald says trayej there Ji Iucrejpln?)':i HJGl'KL The Presque Isle Advance says dreams of death often precedes apoplexy. (The Flint, Democraf says pv., Begole "can 'get "the nomination agaln'jif Jn wants it. Judge Green decided Arenac county ' notVcouutyr Th Supreme , court says' nusoiid: - J The Harrison Cleaver man has been to Detroit; the Art Loan Exhibition de lighted him. ,The Tort Huron Times thinks- the St. Clair forty thousand dollars fof a county f seat ft yiyth. 1 J . The Caro Advertiser and Citizen gires u nraoir rnnt nf mortgage. It means death grip. The f'liut Globe says Miss Annie Rice took 'first ' premium on ( citrons, at the Gtnessee county fair..' ' ' . ' ? v Tne Bay City Tribune says one pecu liarity of the Saginaw bay fisheries this year, is the proportionate excess oi wiiue Ash. r ' The Harbor Springs Independent says the money power of a nation erer baa been, and will be ever the ruling power of a nation,; Judge Parish delivered an excellent address lately before the West Michigan Farmer's Club. The Sparta Sentinel gave it to its readers. The Port Huron Times thinks Mrs Roger' M. Sherman, nee Bagley, will fight the divorce bill. The charge is that she is intemperate. ' The Allegan Journal and Tribune, dis cussing the liquor traffic, says Michigan tried prohibition for twenty-five years and it became as obsolete as the blue laws of Connecticut. The Bay City Morning Call, noticing that. S. F. Cook is editor and business manager of the Lansing Telegram sug gests the significance of the slang phrase "hell and repeat." At a musical soiree at Bay City late ly, the horn man blowed all else into silence. ' The "Mtiskegon Boom Company was beaten in the United States court at Grand Rapids, by Sophia A. Williams. The suit was' for conversion of 2,000.000 feet of logs.' The verdict is for $9,886.91. The Bay Cfty Morning Call has no senti ment td aste on murderers; it is in favor of the good, old fashioned way of disposing of them hanging them by their fiendish necks until they are dead, whother the Lord will have mercy on their souls or not. The Lowell Journal on the displacing of Mrs. Leonard from the Board of Health in Massachusetts, the Attorney General there deciding she was not in law a person, says: "Happy woman!! free as a cyclone, and if she wants to J chop her husbands head oil witli u roll- i ing-pm who shall say to her nay V" i The Bay City Tribune nays: "If a large city is to be built up here, to the ( profit of evvry permanent resident, the i determination to patronize home in stitutions must become an impelling impulse, ever present ami active. And ; all concerned must adopt a resolution ' to extend to every new ent rpi ise seek- i ing a location here the encouragement! of ucts as well as words." ! Baugereau's 'NynpliH at the Bath," now in the Detroit Art Limn Exposition, . is thus sketched by the Post and Tri-: buue: "In the foreground a voluptuou. 1 woman lies with her back to tht observ er and with head slightly raised watch ing a group of bathers on the other side . of a pool. To the left of this prone fig ure stands, full front to the observer, j a stately woman who is gathering up. her hair with Uplifted hands unl arms.! Nearer the center of the canvas a com-! pan ion with her back to the spectator : is climbing out of the water. With two hands and a knee resting on the edge of tjie basin she is gingerly drawing herself up in a ' very feminine fashion, and is utterly oblivious of two merry companions who are seated In graceful attitudes in a swing. Still further to the' right another member' of this 'fair' coinpuuy h dabbling iu .'the water with her feat; ftliu" a little farther removed from her are , the other, figures grouped I Hiding in liscVvers the who Is accom panied by a woman in flowing robes." Michigan , Central .Railroad Time Table. ,JV , TRAINS NORTH. P I 4 P M A M 3i lo oft! W My i'Aix W Hay Cuy V Knkaw In SMI Kuad. PinconniDtf..... Standlxh leep River.- 8terlinK...T lMurAn. WciU.jM.;..- lunmlL,,.,.. . (4reenwood... Welch Wt Uranch Ogmnw lien ver Lake St Helens Koacommon Cheney Grayling..... Porrat.... )Ui(njake.... niley . ... Osylod... Vsndeibllt... Wolverine.- Tndisn Klver Mullet Late Chehoyesin , Mackinaw C'y 165 25 B&0 V2H 0 9 56 10 0 10'6 10 OH l't 28 10 40 10 42 1(1 Mi 1102 111 11 24 11 35 II w 2 2H II is 2 48 11 37 II 46 1162 II 65 317 121 12:2 3 6i 12 44 8 6H 12 6-2 41 104 1 14 4 2') 4 60 144 12 00 6 06 2 15 1213 6 3' 2 40 12 30 0i! ft id 0 38 6 38 ft 57 7 3 V 8 3;t 4r 3.-7 ( 20 4 5 7 4ft' 8M 5 16 6 4ft fto; 8 26 0 00 50l STAT10S8. UOATAWsRD r m Mackinac City.., Cheboygan Uullet Lake ... Indian Hiver.... Wolverine Vanderbilt O ay lord flaoy Otsego Lake.... Forest Grayling Cheney.. Koseommon 8t. Helens Beaver Lake Ogemaw West Uranch Welch Greenwood-...- Mnmmit wells Dunham Hteilin Deep Kiver Htandlsh Ptnoonnlng Mtate Koad Kawkawlln West nay City. Hay City 8 501 0 60 10 33 10 60 11.20 11 46 2r 9 40 10" 10 W) 10 6ft 11 1 11 22 12 lo 12 8 12 47 1257 11 11 33 II K A M 0 50 710 70 800 813 820 8 87 8 52 903 9 05 9 16 9X8 8 40 9 47 955 10 20 lo 32 12 2 1 5n 2 1 2 83 3 00 8121 1 lo 1 S 2 06 2 17 2 So 2 40 8 Z 8 81 3 40 357 8 06 8 17 8 33 3 36 2 0HJ 4 2H 4 80 4 4n 4 no 5 26 3 40 8 47 4 OH 441 5 30 ft 16 11 10 0 3611180 i i Health In Weultb! Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment: a specific for Hysteria, Diz ziness. Convulsions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory, Spermatorrhroa, Impotency, Involuntary Emmlsslons, 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 boxe.1 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 effeet a cure. Guarantees issued only when the treatment is ordered direct from us. Address: JOHN C. WEST & CO., Sole Proprietors, m Sr i83 Madison St. Chita go, III. Sold by all druggists. Organs from $22 up. Warranted for five years. No need to send outside for musical instruments, for I can sell as cheap as the cheapest. Don't forgot the place Le Gault block. Third street. W. T. Vanderbilt. At ('. F. & W. A. Lynn's meat market ymi will always find the choicest of moats of all kinds. When you want a nice cut give them a call. Ill thr Matter of u Special Term of the Circuit Court for the County of Cheboygan. MMIE regular terms of Court for said county 1 ns npp ltit"ri uixler the provision of nee t on 4!M), of the oo piled lawn for tho two yours MH'ceodinK thelut day of Novcmoer.A.O. havinu closed in May lat and the next reuular term hiivlnir been Appointed to be held on till fourth Tuesd y of January next; and it apiHJxrlnv that the business of nuid Court re quires an earlier term to tx held, 1 I creby np point h special term nf aid I'ourt to be held at the court house In said county, on the Fourth Tuesday of (hiober Next, For tl.o vcneral transaction of business ad rial of causes, in all mapec-ts as of a regular term. i It i further ordered that this notice be pub llshed in the Northern tribune and ' buhnyiran Democrat once a week for five succcslve weeks. tMted at numbers, the &.V1 of August, A. D. J8IM. ; J. O. ItAMSDELL, Circuit Judjfe for tho lata Judicial Circui JSthau.flt Pure Drugs ! e 'xn. I cal s DYE STUFFS. Perf unwy,' DressinH.vases and ; Florentine; Statuary ! ;; THE PtOPES' DRUG TORE. CASE & PERRIN, Proprietors. JSANKLJ? H3 J3S, .. A. M. TEBOi Proprietor. This house Is now first class. Vegetables of thee sa n always to be bad. 7Julv3m THE CKCX3130'2rO--iT Machine Shops MhIii Ntreet, CHF.no YUAN, MICH., H. A. BLAKE, Proprietor. My shops hHve been fitted up with all the latest Improved Machinery, And employing none but skilled workmen, am prepared to do GOOD WORK ON SHORT NOTICE In addition to manufacturing everything usually made. Special Attention will be raid to the Jobbina Bu$inest, Such as Uopat ring Machinery, together with STEAMBOAT "WORK In all It branches. BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS ! Of all kinds made to order. A Full Line oj Plmc$ and Plow Point Kept la stock. All Kindts of 3?lp nttiner Foundry r'g.at o: HEATING AND COOKING .:!' nn CALL Ml) WE ARE SHOWING The Largest and Most Complete Assortment ever Exhibited in Cheboygan, in ,' ' eluding gGarland Stoves and Eanges. the world's best. Sherman 7 S. Jewett & Go's well known goods. ; 1 ,;! ;; ; Gribberi, Sexton & Co's, Chicasro. Perry &XJo's, Chicago ' . Daniel E. Paris & Co's , Ranges, Troy All of which yiefbOuglit for cash; and wll be! sold at Bottom' Prices ;3V'.V'V ' ' (Gall and see put gpoS elsewhere; as jve cannot be uiiersbldi' t : POST & VAN MSDALE.! Attend the OOLPSMITH, BRYANT A STRAT TON BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, and save time and money by obtaining a thorough and practical Business Education at this old and reliable Business school, , Its counting house system of actual businpHfl isunequaled. Ask our graduates and business men of Detroit about onr school. Call or send for circulars. (IrlBwald street, opiioslte City Hall, Detroit. 15sep3m MESICAN HOUSE, East lde of bridge PETER SPOOLER, Proprietor. This has always been a popular hotel and Is sustaining Its established reputation. "July VESSEL FOR SALE. rp he schooner C. Hart: tonnage 2fl tons; M A. foot keel, 14 feet beam, li feet deep. In ood 'ailing order. The boat lies In Cheboy (ran river, and can be Inspected by any one deslrina to purchase. Terns Cush. P1ce 1850. Applyto CAPT.O. HART. At the ship yard on the east side of river, opposite Baker's dock, AuglHlm. FOR SALE, A Dwelling House and Two Lots, Being 27 and 28, In F. M. Sammons' addition to the village of Chebovgan . For particulars apply to J. II. WATERMAN, near the prem ise. 15vptf if1 XD SE j-avX 1, l'all nn l Winter, JjS3, . ires wholesale rifHcsotrfct c MiiMr. 'n' tterything 1 1.-., ftit'i'iiln'.'. wear, or ' ii:. ) . II Vili.. - 'i t'lU how toorrler with ; . . M'pujjcit-lare MICK W,. At' '. ' ' .ii. i; tt ; wlmla ) t re' i:ti.. iuf'Tnialion f.'i:in' :r . i ti i -1 o' tliO world. ?m oii.ir it v-;' w,' in t'.'.-istoni-e contains as -it ..i. I( iul 'riK ifi.'nl S'titl'n'Otoany ail lrew4 mii ti v oi oi" Kt a v'e (7 1 W . ljet m lu!trtr''n vi.r vit irn when in onrrity1. Kear ilxjni:i "VP' i' !:n-H. Ki-spccf illy ontgomz?.yv;ard&co. 8X7 Si 229 Wabash Avenne. Cklcoo, IU F RANK SHEPHERD. . 3Li .A. "W TER," HEBOYGAN MICH. FRUIT TREES. Jf. 0. DAVIS, Dealer. SELL : uh ml) rr nill fi uih in this tit mate. 1'roved by actual trial. Residence near Court House, on Pnmmona atroet tZlantf Q.EO. EDWARD rR03T, Attorney and Counnelor at Law. United State$ Commi$ioner GoilectloromptlyntP Made. E THEM !