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a ORTHEBN TEH TO U VOL. 9. OHEBOYGAN, A1IOH. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1&83. NO. 19 Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. NORTHERNTRIBUNE CO It. TIIOIISOX, Itfltor. Terms: $1 50 per year, in Advance DO NOT BE DECEIVED ! By parties, who, probably having' a few skcond-hani) Ilockforil move ments, secured now and then by a trade, make pretensions to hand ling them .regularly, but read the following from a special notice wq have from ROCK FORD WATCH COMPANY. Office of Rookfoud Watch Co., ) Rockfouh, III. ) "For the information of the Public: Our goods am not jobbed. They are sold only from the factory, and exclusively to retail dealers. Sales of movements by one dealer to another are not allowed, such sales being inconsistent with the plan of protecting the trade, adopted by this Company; nor is any deahw hand ling our goods permitted to give prices of same to other dealers. In :i town no larger In population than yours, when a respo-uiblc and leading dealer is satisfied with the goods, and will make them his spe cialty, we give him, on his request, thti sale in the locality designated. rockfori) watch co. As will be seen by the following certificate we are the UOCKFORL) WATCH CO'S regular Agents for this place. We handle a full line of their Goods, at prices that will com pare favorably with those of other makers, and respectfully .solicit an inspection and comparison of the same from .all intending purchasers lours, i A. L. FEXER. Office of the Rockford Watch Co.) Rockford, III., Jan. l, '83. J Thil is Certify, that we have appointed A. L. FEXER Sol agent for the sale of the ROCKFORD QUICK TRAIN RAIL ROAD WATCHES iu Cheboygan, Mich-, and that we will to the fullest extent, sustain the usual warranty given by him to purchasers of our Movements. No warranty attaches to these goods when offered for sale by others than our duly appointed agents. ROCKFORD WATCH CO.. Per U. P. Holland, Sec'y. Miss M. W. Smart OPENS TO-DAY The "finest line of Fail and Winter Ever brought to Cheboygan. I have spared up pains to select the MOST, ECEGANT GOODS The market can produce, which , I shall be pleased to have everyone nail and ex am la?. I have an elegant line of ' 1 PATTERN HATS and BONNETS' which I especially call your attention C MISS M. Hr. SMART, ' ' Cheboygan, Mich. L,T. Limperi 1 CI AND JEWELER. IIKARQUAKTEKS FOll- WATCHES, CLOCKS, DIAMONDS, Silverware, Jewelry, Specta cles, &c. The Larst Stock In Clicboypan. Repair! nj? neatly and promptly done. A Full line of Rockford Watches, AT REDUCED PRICES. Call and Oct my prices before purchasing. L.T.LIMPERT. u r r r n unv XIJL JL JLJ iJ X JL 1 J I .X V JL mate " ' q q q q q q q-. q q-q q q q .q q ZS COMIKC. him k It ! And be ljappy. :: Call nt the. MAMMOTH STORK and Purchase ,vour Winter's Supply ! Silver Grey lilankets, So, 2.74, 3.00, 3.50 and 3 85 pair. White Blankets, frJ.OO, 2.50, 3.00, up to $10. Feather Pillows, T5c, 81.00, 1.50, pud 2.00 each. Standard Prints, for comforts, fast colors, only 5 cents per yard. Cotton liatts, 10c, 12c, 15c and 18c. Bed Comforts, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50 and 2.00 Tory Clioap. Ladies' Dolmans, Cloaks, Circulars, loats, Sc. AT VERY LOW PRICES. Shawls, Shawls, Shawls, I floods, Hoods, Hoods, I Hosiery,, Hosiery, Hosiery, 1 1 Gloves, Gloves, Gloves. 'Ladles Black Jersey Jackets, $2.50 and $3.00. YARNS AND FLANNELS from Lexington Woolen Mills. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mats and Rugs. ts. " Shoes and Rubbers ! Cheaper than any other House in town. Come and see us. Remember the largest store in town, the largest stock in town, the best and cheapest goods in town, the only anti-monopoly store in town. H. Chambers, Ilcnnett Block. Cheboygan, Mich. h h h fe i fe 'fa fa. fa h fa fa qqqqqqqqqq lew J he Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1883. VOX POPULI. 210,000 Republicans Advance on New York-Secretary of State Carr Elected Both Branches of the Legis lature Republican. "Cocked-Eyed Ben" Snowed Under by 10,000 Votes in Mas sachusetts. Pennsylvania Man lies with ji ( horns of 17,000. Connecticut Solidly Bepubllcan-An Im mense Majority in the House and a Good Working Majority in the Senate. Nebraska, Kansas and Minnesota Republican by Sweeping Majorities. New Jersey and Maryland Just NavMl to Suffering Democrat y hy Small Majorities. The Presidential Question Settled ly the Verdict cf fie People in Favor of Republicanism and Progress. f In- Jil hion i Who wtll lit U pid ;iri uiiit f.r Our Xrxt On hist Tuesday elections were h-M In Vlnginia. New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Mississippi, Nebraska, Minneso ta, MarylaiMi, Connecticut and Massa chusetts. Last year Minnesota, Nebras ka and Virginia went Republican, the remaining seven st.itvs went Democrat ic. Last year the Democrats had a ma jority of 0,210 in Maryland, of 13,949 In Massachusetts, of 19,601 in Mississippi, of 2,093 in New Jersey, of 4,101 in Con necticut, of 197,071 In New York, of 40, 202 in Pennsylvania. This year the fig ures have changed to Republican major ities and gains that evidence the party still solid with the people. A majority of 15,000 in New York for the head of the Ticket and Massachusetts giylng 10,000 over Butler with gain's and majorities in other states Is glory enough for one day. Republicans upon the whole' have achieved a much greater victory than they even hoped for and Democrats are weakened and demoralized as of vore. Wflllnsr Hell. Thursday evening Mr. Fred O, Baker and Miss Clara M. Widrig were made one by Dr. Hartley, pastor of the Congre gational Church, nt the le idence of the brides parents. Only the relatives and a limited number of old and intimate friends bning present. John Reid was groomsman and Miss Aggie Vorce brides maid. The bride was dressed In an ele gant, dark blue silk, and looked every inch a bride. The couple are among the most popular of Cheboygan's young peo ple and the universal verdict of the most intluate friends of Miss Clara, is that Mr, Baker in the 'matrimonial lottery has secured a prize. The ceremony was interesting and impressive. The respon ses of the happy pair distinct and em phatic. The supper was abundant, e!e gant and delicions. The presents nu merous, elegant, costly and useful; among them a deed for a village lot from Sanford Baker, grandfather of the groom. The occasion was one of the most delightful, the congratulations hearty and sincere and the happy couple embark on the sea of life accompanied by the warmest wishes of a host of friends for a long, happy and useful life. ttrnitri HaiiHH Item. C. II. Brazel, of Grand Marais, says tlie channel lately dredged by Wellington R. Burt was 75 feet wide and 12 feet deep. The recent storm filled it so that its width Is only 17 feet and its depth 7 feet. The St. Marie dragged heavily in her last trip out. Geo. Richardeon, of Bangor, Maine, had his left hand cut off la the mill of Brazel & Bro. The mills are shut down, the drive of Henry Gamble through Succor river be log unsuccessful. Tlie Fmii Ilriitnde, The Fan Brigade was repeated at the Opera House last Wednesday night with several notable additions. The night was bad and the audience was eliu But the programme with its new fea tures was enacted with renewed zest. Tlie best of music was given on the piano by Miss Tracy McLeod and Miss Georgie Spencer. The selections were choice and their execution creditable in every way. Miss Marion Paddock in the Beggar Maid threw her whole soul into it. She is a fine tdiger and withal has a grace that soon finds a place for approval. Mr. James Brown in "Jean Jae and his Boy Jose" witli all tfiat straage patois of broken English from French choppings was as laughable as could be. He has so much poise, and his manners so ee.py he wins the audience without apparent effort. The Bay City Call's criticism of him is not overdrawn when it says "he is peerless in his readings." Th tableau of the conch shell asone of the nw features and not the least de lightful part of a night of refined pleas ure. Mrs. Ella VYiegand in her fairy dance with a rrilliiint costume was picturesque as it whs charming. Miss Aggie Vnrce is another fe; ture of our town talent. We have in Cheboygan lovers of art ti put in through the winter manv enter tainments, hikI they are infinitely better than anything in the professional line. Coining. By special re,iue.t of the citizens or Che'. oygai.. Prof. K. Hall's Grund Golden Show and Carnival of Novelties v 111 h. pear in the Town Hall, Tuesday evening November 13th, at'd all who attend may with perfect confidence anticipate pass ing an evening of intelectual amuse ment. The following is what the Chicago Times says In regard to Prof. E. Hall's celebrated entertainments: "Prof. K. Hall, of San Jose, Califori ia, the cel ebrated Prestidigitateur, assisted by Miss Ireue Delemoins, the justly styled em press of mediums has been giving a series of the most remarkable exhibition at McYicker's theater ever introduced in this city. Miss Irene Delemoin's wonder ful feat of spiritualistic miudreading is simply marvelous and beyond com prehension, she actually reads privates in any lady or gentleman s pockets in the audience, she seems gifted with the mysterious power of being at le to read the thoughts of any one she choses !n her vantriloqual (impersonation, she is in fact without comparison. Prof. E. Hall's entertainment is styled "3 hours in the real and spirit world." " " Tickets for sale at Kenbnrg & Cooper's. i in i i A Sw Departure In the Lumber DiimI ne. Duncan machinists are at present b, us ily engaged In manufacturing the Bra zel snow plow and road maker. : This is the first machine ever invented for mak ing a perfectly level and smooth snow road, cheaply and rapidly. It has been severely tested on( both. rough and smooth roads and is pronounced by prac tical lumbermen to be a decided suc cess. Thompson Smith says in ils opin ion the Brazel snow plough and road maker is as three extra teams in any saw lot D lumber camp. C. H. Brazel is the general agent for Michigan They say they cannot get a sufficient number made to supply the demand this winter. Twenty "thousand dollars worth of ma chines are being made at the Duncan machine shops. I,d!N Working Selely.' The ladies constituting the "Working Society" of the Congregational church held their annual meeting Wednesday af ternoon at the residence of Mrs. Jacob Post, when the following officers were elected for the ensuing year : President Mrs. Dr. Hartley, Vice Pres identMrs. Robt. Conner, Secretary Mrs. G. D. V. Rollo, Treasurer Mrs. Dr. C. Perrin. Executive Committee Mrs. Sanford Baker, Mrs. H. II. Packard, Mrs. Wm. F. DePew, Mrs. Geo, Paqr.ette, Mrs. C. S. Ramsay. Married. At the residence of II. J. Miner.by Rer. R. M. Thompson, pastor of the Indepead ent church, Mr. Albert Hermann Lah mann.of Drummond's Island, to Miss Margaret Emma Isabell Butler, of De La Tour, on Not. 3d, 1883. Cheboygan business men are doing a big thing in the way of advertising. This wr.y of doing not only helps them amazingly, but booms their town In thunder tones. Ha rbor Springi Republican. Cliibnycuii SureertU. In every direction our city widens, deepens, extends, and pleasing surprises of local ashleyements are constantly as suring ns of our present and future im portance. Our exchanges are free and frequent in their praise of Cheboygan . newspapers, busiaess men and enterpris es. The Tribune ever supports and en courages the community in all its pro jects, and we are glad to see that a novel departure in the conduct of business by one of our most enterprising ar d worthy young merchants, Mr. D. II, Ma loney Is meeting witn great success and , evl lences thut brain energy and cocrage in business will win. He thought the . plan out himself. It is very simple and uniqiH. Ifv buys largely asd on the best terms, lie carries an immense stock. He sells all standard groceries at just what they cost him in the store and adds for his profit only 0 per cent., that is, if you want $1.00 worth he takes $ Lot's giving you the goods for what they cost him and only charging (5 cents for his trouble and risk of doing the business. If you only want to spend $1.00 in all he deducts 0 cents giving you 94 cents wrath of goods. The figur ing is close, ou can see daily quotations of Detroit prices and know what you are doing, lie claims he sells goods much lower in this way than the ojl way and that he is doing splendidly. It dimply sJiows there are many new ways to im- '; prove mutters. Democratic I ulletin boards are badly bored. Cheboygan is building, crowing and rejoicing. Everything is hurry, excite ment and success. Strangers are delight ed with the business flavor of our city. New comers are satisfied. Those who leave come back, and everybody believes the city will grow on and on and on. I he Hoy. He does twice as much work iu a day as a man and then only gets quarter paid for it. There, did you ever see the leat of that iu all vnur life? I dou't be lieve it. If there is a generous hearted soul in this town I wish he'd help us a little one way or another. 'Jo the t-oys: Now boys I tell you what it is, I want you to come aud ee me as soon as you read this aud we'll see what wecau do iu the way of starting a Boy's Rights flub. Yours Truly, G. U.K. P. S. I mean for the oppressed boys like myself to como. (J. 11. K. CIII'.IIOYOAN CASH ftTOUK. To those of my customers who have favored me with their patronage, and to the public iu general, I most respectfully make the following announcement that after this date I will sell goods for cash only. Having carefully studied the in terests of my customers in every re spect f find that it Is for their interest as well as mine to buy for cash. " When dealer can buy his goods for cash he can ' 1 invariable buy goods at a .much .lower , price and consequently he can (seD to his . customers at from 10 to 15 per cent less.. All that Is required is a little' manage ment on the part of. those who buy goods to receive this benefit aud save at least from $10 to $15 per month. To be con vinced read the following list ' of prices and it will convince you that' the only way to get rich is to buy for dash: i ' . Flonr, formerly sold at $5 50 per , barrel, will sell for $5 GO.. Patent process flour, $7 50 per bar rel 7 0 Roller process flour. $7 50 per bar rel & 25. Granulated Sugar, per lb LQ Coffee A Sugar V Extra C Sugar 8 Brown Sugar..... 7 Kerosene Oil - 17 Fresh Butter 21 Fresh Eggs 22 Raisins H Three lbs Currants 25 Tork per lb IK, r'orn Beef per lb 7 . Rice per lb 7 Potatoes, per bushel 45 And all other roods will be sold at ex ceedingly low figures. Call and get my frices and be convinced that this is do mm bug. HEADQUARTERS FOR CROCKERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. I will have a full line of holiday good of all descriptions and you ran look for exceedingly low flgnros. Cnps and saucers for 40 cents per set. White chamber sets, complete, for $3. Don't bny onr crockery without calling on me, for am bound to lead. Hoping for a continuance of the patron age of my present customers, I can promise them'ln the fntnre as in the past that I will always stndy to please, and guarantee them such prices in the grocery and crockery line as has never before been given to the public. Respectfully, JOHN F. MOLONEY, Cheboygan Cash Store, next door to Post- office. MitMh nnd loor. Retailed at wholesale prices. Smith & Adams' Planing Mill.