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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 5 . 18S3.
Northern tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15.11883. THE XOIirilKUN TKIIIL'XE' COII- Wolverine Dec. 14, 1883. Since writing our last w have pre vented bloodshed by keeping out of sight and will try it again on the strength of our success. We are broken up here over the sur vey that will be made from this point to Petoskey, for a branch road of the Mich igan Central railroad. The route from here would certainly open up a very good country, and if our citizens , would open up their hearts a triflo instead of thinking so much of self, there is no reason why we should not be the object ive point. The McLaughlin Bros, are getting things in order in large shape, and will be sawing lumber iu two weeks if the Lord is willing, if not they will run any way. Our agent. Herb. Borst, says he will take a trip to his home at Olean, N. Y., to spend the holidays, lie is not con tented since the origiuator of that sand bag scheme lelt town. . Geo. Donner, one of our mill men has just added a planer to his mill, and we bilieve is ready to ao work of that kind. Our village is sadly in need of a few sidewalks, who is the first to set an ex a nple? Why is it so many woodsmen are leav ing a certain camp in - this vicinity; come now W. II. rise up and explain, they are heaping heavy curses upon your head. They say that despite all opposition, Parker Waite is getting in his work in his p;r icuiar line, and still claims 'four-thirds" of the custom. That the Supervisor of Nunda town ship, considers himself a "bad man to dump." That Fred II. Warreo, contracting agent of the Canada Southern line was in town Wednesday. That the Sabbath school is soliciting donations for a Christmas tree. That Jim got off his base oyer last week's article, about his measuring the distance to his house, etc., but we can't help it James, we are like the immortal George, we cannot tell a thing straight That J. B. Lake has just -opened a cedar camp five mi ls east. 4 That 'we are badly in need of express office. That Hackett's "Injun" would pr&l ize the President. That houses are in good demand here at present. That in fact Wolyerine intends to bankrupt the bakery. Yours without a struggle. Sliver. Eleclton of Officer. A. 0. U. W. officers elected Monday night as follows. Master Workman C S. Ramsay. Foreman J. II. Tattle. Overseer F. Shepherd. JtecorderGwiu Case. .Financier K. 0. Penny. Receiver Geo. Case. Guide W. W. Smith Inside Watch Alex Gerow, Outside Watch Geo. (. Wharton. II. J. Miner, Retiring Master Woikroan elected delegate to Grand Lodge. Election ! Officer. At a regular communication of Che Jboygan Lodge No. 283, F. & A. held Wednesday evening, the following officers were elected: ' W. M. Geo. G. Wharton. S. W.-E. 0. Penny. J. W. Jos. Cochran. Secretary. J, P. Sutton. Treasurer J. B. McArthur. 8. D.-C. W. Farr. J. D.-W. E. Perrin. No action was taken in regard to the installation, which in all probability will bo private. ' Itcmoved. E. A. Sanderson has returned to town and opened up business three doors south of Murray & Rich's foundry, near ly opposite the Grand Central hotel, where he is prepared to do gunsmithing and sewing machine repairing in a first class manner. He solicits the patronage of his former patrons and the public In general. Personal mention. - Parties liere this week, we noticed E. L. Cobb, N. Y.; N. A. Parker, Detroit, J. F. Mack, Chicago; John Case and lady, Washington T.; W. E. Saunders, Detroit; G. L. Trempe and A. R. Cramford, of the JSoo; w. II. Myers, Chicago, 'and James Reed of Alponn. ' Cliriitimtft riiiI Xew Yearn Excursions. Kxcursion tickets will be sold at Che boygan station to all stations on Michi gan Central R. R. at on fare for the round trip, on the following dates: De. 21st to 25th inclusive, good for return until December 31st, inclusive, good for return until January 7th, inclusive. IlnncanClty Items The long looked for mold boards have arrived and work is again resumed on the snow plows. Boarding house No. 3. has changed hands Jfor the winter, and will now b,e under the managment of Mr. Geo. Norton, who will give it his best attention and do all in his power to satisfy the boys. Mr. Philp celebrated his 43d birthday on Monday evening. The young people turned out in full force, and as usual en joyed themselves immensely. Mr. Roberts met with the misfortune last Saturday of having two of his toes crushed by a heavy piece of casting fall ing on them. They are not 0. K. yet, but we are pleased to see him around again, Mr Dilliu has again joined the clerical force, after a few day's Illness. Thanks to Dr, C. A. Perrin. Tug Chas. L. DeCueniuck has gone in to winter quarters in the river, and Capt. Jack' is redolent with happiness over the thought of having put in another successful season with his favoriie craft. lug Duncan City has also laid up for the winter. Capt. Burnett is taking a few days recreation in the woods. The ladies are making preparations for celebrating Christmas at the school house. The children can depend oil having a pleasant time. I.iixnrleM. The ThanVsgiving season brought out large expenditures of money for that which people can, but wont do without if they have money. Among the most popular things purchased this year was the Satin cigar, manufactured by Brad ley & Bro., Romeo, Mich. These cigars are finer than silk, and the only fear is they are so flne that they will induce the ladies to emoke. They are sold in Cheboygan. The- Weullier. Jacob Walton, "Old Probs" for North ern Michigan, has prepared the follow ing table, that expresses much In little c i2 o 3 p n fa - i i i : i t : ft5 Dnl y Average temperature. M.i I No. days wind northerly. wwe ' No. day wind I easterly. woo I No. days -wind " I 'southerly. ia No. days wind ; I westerlv. n a e at e oo m oi o:M e.lt eSS I No. day clear y: ' andfalr. SS5 52 I No days Clo'dy No. days rainy mm cm w ' J No. days y y 1 snowy. er. o w cpoo mm om I Kain f H 11, y g y ! jg Inches. 8m 551 Snow fall. I inches. I Highest temp ggS goS gaS Sga I erat u re-deg's , i Low st temp s' t? gifS' I erature-deg's The above table contains a statement of the weather for the three autumnal months for the last four years. It will be seen by examining the above table that the average temperature of autumn just passed was a little over two degrees colder than any of the three pro ceed lug ones, And also that the month of November, 1880, averaged 1i degrees colder than the month just passed. The extreme cold of that month was on the morning of 23d, when the themomefer stood at 11 degrees below zero. The ex treme cold of the last month was on the morning of the 16th, which was 5 degrees below zero. ' Unclaimed Letter List. The following isa list of letters re maining in the Cheboygan postoflice, un called for Dec. 15. Persons calling for these letters will please say that they are advertised. . Salem Baudry, Mrs Anna Barber, Miss Carrie Betters, Mary A Borvan, Edd Carver, Thomas Cassidy, James Comitti Mrs Curan, August Desgardin, Ell A Dell, John Foster, James Gurnoa. Reglnal Melden, James McColl, Tom C Morgan & Co, Emily J Morden. James New man, Mrs John Phalen, Michael Rourke, Louis Ft Louis, Essie M Shilton, Elizabeth Thuston, Julius Wells, Mrs Margaret Wilcox. Geo. P. IIumphkey, P. M. . A 1.1 fe -Savins Present. Dr. M. E. Allison, Hutchinson, Kan,: saved his life by a simple Trial Bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, for con sumption, which caused him to procure a large bottle, that completely cured him, when Doctors, change of climate and everything else had failed. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, severe Coughs, and all Throat and Lung diseases, it is guaranteed to cure. Trial Bottles free atKenburg & Kooper Drue Store. Larce size S1.00 . , Kever f,lv Up. If you are suffering with low or de tressed spirits, loss of annntifo. cAtiAml nebilitv. disordered blood, weak consti tution, headache, or a bilious nature, by all means procure a bottle of Electrie TUtn-a Vill will lin on.n.ln.l . .. the rapid improyeraent that will follow; von will bo insnirod with nnw Hfft!. strongth and activity will return; pain and misery win cease, ana henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Kleotric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Kenburg & cooper. The tug West still runs. Wanted snow. Apply all around. Newton says the tug Bennett is all right. Holiday printing at the Tribune job office. John McGinn has let go his grip on the weather. E. Newell got sick, didn't like it, and is around again. Order your holiday printing at the Tribune steam job office. The Chapter of F. & A. M. will proba bly have a public installation. Angus Boggs is a whole souled fellow. He wants to give you a receipt. - There is talk of the baud occupying the old law office of Humphrey & Per kins Senator Sherman, of Ohio, wants a railroad from New York to Brazil. So do we if it touches Cheboygan He didn't believe much in a man that went behind his face and run him down in front of his back. And who 'would. II, A. Blake has commenced the erec tion of a hose house, opposite Nelson & Bullen's store, for Fountain Hose Co. No. 3. A good marksmau never gets shot un less it is with the butt end of the gun. shell or cartridge, or some other way best known to himself. The weather until Thursday eve. smacked of the magnolia land, but Fri day morning smacked you in the face with a blizzardy slap. Bll & Adams have forsaken their humble frame office and gone up on high among the bricks. The frame will be used as a harness shop. W. & A. McArthur are always happy, in selecting goods that sell, because they are just what goods should be in qualty, price and attraction. S. S. Eddy, mana ger of the mercantile department, is as popular as he is efficient, aud a white souled man all the time. Post & Van Arsdale carry an impor tance in business second to no firm In Northern Michigan. Long experi ence, plenty of cash, first-class help, knowing what to buy and bow to sell, enable them to carry succesfully their immense trade. John Smith, looking - land for Hugh McKinnon, on Tuesday, west of Black lake, in section 29, 3fi, 1 east, took the compass to look a portion of a 40, about 2 P. M.. with orders to return soon. He did did not return. Dilligent search was made and is still being made, with out success. It is feared he is lost. Independent church music to-morrow eve. at 7 o'clock. Ouartette Rock of ages. llymu 303 Invocation. Ouartette Come Holy Spirit. Hymn 257 Evening prayer. Solo and Chorus Nearer my God to Thee. Closing Hymn -God is love. Wm. Spencer, whose name is known through the state as synonomous with Boss Landlord, is busted, having given tip the ghost in the shape of an assign ment. We don't kcow his liabilities, but we do know that this clever gentle man.hotel keeper, and inventor, is liable to come out ef the cyclone with the cy clone threshed. Spencer is just getting into his prime and he is too good a gen eral to be waxed out by one defeat. Up and at it again Wm. Spencer, and the Tribune's best wishes for future suc cess that's sure to come. We take the pleasure In recommend ing to our readers the great Pennsylva nia newspaper, The Philadelphia Weekly Press. It is one of the few great metrop olitan newspapers which has achieved a national reputation and circulation. The paper is unquestionably, one of the most enterprising aud best edited In the country; it is sound on all questions of public policy, and is niiea witu inter esting reading for the home , aud farm. We have made special arrangements with the proprietors, by which we can send you the Northern Tribune, to gether with the Philadelphia Weekly I'ress, for one year, for $2 35. Sample copies will be mailed free to all who ai ply. Address, the Press.Philadelphia, Par I will be ftn my office every Friday from 0 to 12 a. Jr., and from 2 to 5 p. M , daring December, to receive taxes for the township of Benton. ; ' A. G. Bonos. . Township Treasurer. DR. M. B. CHAMPION iWDEflTIST, (luvmrn ax Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main ttreet,oppo8ite Post & Van Arndalc's. ,r& EtiEURALCIAj ' p.-f Af5o:tlcn, Acuto or Chronic a;;-...i Lumbago, Sciatica and ; Nervous Headache. .''' '.y,. jTheir complete and perfect cure accom. . . L... i. plulicd In few hours, with a degree 1 f . ir.'fity init challenge! dispute. Foriale by 're. l'rlceai, Ak for clronlar. j xiAVIS & CO., Agents, Detroit. - Treasurer's Statement. E. Z. PERKINS, In Acc'twitliCHEHOYGAN COUNTY. -r January. To balance In Treasury To cah per tax duplicates 1101 .$0810 Co 62 41 - ' 92 482 77 to hug inclusive February. To catth per tax duplicates 1106 inclUHivt f 11()7 " To canh paid in by Ttwnship Treasurer via: 7 34 lienton - Nunda 277 58 Inverness W17 34 Kills H32 28 Grant Duncan 45.J 86 TuHcarora 308 01 Mentor .676 87 Munro-- 225 33 Hurt - 908 36 lleau7rand-7. 761 14 114101 26 M.rh. To cash per tax duplicates VA to 43 inclusive- To cah'pr tax duplicates 44 to 81 Inclusive 426 33 736 18 42 78 10 09 1109 & 1110 " May. Tccatih June, To canh July. To cnb. 82 to 107 1111 & 1112 405 47 21 74 122 75 20 18 108 to 122 1113 k 1114 " 123 to 132 " , 670 54 " 1115 A 1116 M 12 06 TorT" - 1331.130 " ' 21 To cnh from State land commission - H w To liquor tax as follows : Tuscnrora $1014 75 Nunda 445 50 Cheboygan Village 9.m 10 5?7c city:::::::----: m oo $12355 20 To Library fund ns follows : ' Jan 8. To Jurtice Carter 7 00 File 20 OH Apr 3. " " Carter 3 00 z. " Fife 25 00 May 21 " " Fife - 25 00 June 1 " " Carter 6 00 July 5 " " Carter 10 00 27 ' " Fife 50 00 .. 28 yifo . io 00 Sept 19 " " in 10 00 21 " , " Fife 60 00 Octl " " McGinn w. 6 00 $22100 Canh received per Poor fund as follows: Jan 1 J P Sutton- 27 00 Mar 1 bal from Poor farm 4 00 July 27 Thos McKervey. , 10 00 Nunan estate per J P Sutton 5 00 $46 00 School Dist. No 1 Beaugrand, condemnation Price of school site per George E. . Frwt 170 45 INSTITUTE FUNDS. Jan 1. A M Gcrow 22 00 Aua-16 ' ' 12 50 Nov 2. F Shepherd 8 50 $43 00 Primary School Fund- $-U. 69 Nov. Cash from Auditor General 7,o'J0 bi Cash rer tax duplicates : 140 to 149 271 33 150 to 153 52 96 1.117 to 1.121 H8 60 Total .-$48,695 53 We, the undersigned committee appointed by tlV Board of Supervia ors to examine the annual account of the County Treasurer, do certify that we have audited the foregoing account and find the same correct. James Barcly, W. II. V ATKINS, Wm. N. Cross. Dated December 4th, 1883. MI FOR Of every variety, GentsV Ladies', Boys' and MissesVvery, very cheap. Now is your time to purchase, while the assortment and sizes are full. We shall not promise to sell below cost or at cost even, and for the reason we cannot and live, but we bought dirt cheap, and will sell accordingly. JigCome and see for yourself. A. W. WESTGATE & SONS, NEW DESIGNS ! NEW DESIGNS ! SEE THE SPECIMENS OF AT THE TEIBUNE STEAM JOB OFFICE. NEW T1TE ! B?paVd township of B"" 3'g J t hi nuro JS2 60 . Tuscasor 54 48 Orders redeemed J4 l'aid for check book w Aouche'rB redeemed 2? ?5 tt . . 20)1 84 .4 .. 163 60 a 299 81 tt 64 M4 . 62V 73 March. Paid town treasurers school money as foK! $280 13 Benton .? 5! Munro 100 08 Grant - 50 83 Jnverne8; l9ft IS Burt - - 348 93 1,553 23 Vouchers redeemed.... 147 64 Paid state tax to Auditor General 8,(02 3d April. Vouchers redeemed 70 783 41 t 66 23 . . 214 66 98 65 May. Vouchers redeemed 70 JO 53 94 1,057 15 897 98 June. Paid township taxes to June 30, 1883, as follows: Mentor 1439 11 Beaugrand 149 13 Nunda 2" 7 Duncan 25 34 . 836 86 Vouchers redeemed ... 2,'jO 44 July. Vouchers redeemed 198 20 1.470 77 " 4 2 83 20 05 Ausf. Vouchers redeemed. . . . .' 464 09 497 79 4 60 Paid Institute fees 34 60 Vouchers redeemed 101 07. 13 2 Paid liquor tx as follows: Cheboya-an village $8."33 85 Tuscarora 1.014 75 Nunda 445 5' Inverness t 85 Mackinuo City - 891 00 10,993 95 Sept. Tald Primary school mon;y Grant f 394 68 Nunda 160 1 Burt 117 26 Inverness 694 88 Beaua-rand - 3116 08 Mentor - 67 20 , Benton 1,601 M Duncan 125 84 Tuscarora 275 99 Kills - 30 03 3,683 68 Vouch rs redeemed. 707 83 48 32 259 60 1.709 69 840 47 151 39 26 80 105 07 3 00 Oct. Vouchers red1 emed. Paid Mentor for taxes to Oct. 1, 1883.. Vouchees redeemed Paid Statu Land Commissioner as fol lows: Wm N Cross f3 00 Edwin Beebe 3 00 A Mct'hee - 5 00 11 00 1,408 27 9,920 14 Nov. Paid Auditor Genera Mate tax. Balance $48,095 EffliE ! NEW TiTE! I u. S