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1 HEM TRBBUIE VOL. 9. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER S2, 1883. NO. 25 Northern Tribune. It will pay our citizens to call in at ENTERPRISE AHEAD. CHEBOYGAN Parcelled drug store and see his menag arle coons, pqulrrtls, birds, ferrets, owls, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 22, 18S3. LOOK OUT FOR WHAT YOIT nni lOET SEE. FOR THE HOLIDAYS! We are showing Special Attractions In P Watches Bracelets, Chains, Neck Chains, Rings, Ladies, Gold Spec's and Eye Glasses. Gold Pens, Toothpicks, &c, Suitable for Presentation Pur poses, cu CO -A T- cu Lowest Prices, Quality consid ered. CO c5 Our Line of SILVERWARE ! Tripplo and Quadruple Plate, is especially complete. novelties in Fine Cases, The Genuine Rogers. Knives, . Spoons and Forks. CHILDREN'S SETS, &c. Respectfully inviting you to call and examine these goods, we are, Yours, A. L. FEXER. CO CO CO CD CO cub LU CO 5 Miss M. W. Smart OFE1TS TO-DAY The finest line of Fall and Winter IlLLlNERYl Ever brought to Cheboygan. I have spared no pains to select the - MOST ELEGANT GOODS The market can produce, which I shall be pleased.to have everyone call and ex amine. I have an elegant line of PATTERN HATS and BONNETS which I especially call your attention MISS M. ir. SMART, Cheboygan, Mieh. L.T.Limpert, Watchmaker! AND JEWELER. HEADQUARTERS FOR WATCHES, CLOCKS, DIAMONDS, Silverware, Jewelry, Specta cles, &c. Th e Largst Stock , in Chcboysan. llepairins neatly nnd.proinptiy done. A Full line of Rockford Watches, AT REDUCED TRICES. Chill and Get my prices before puretolns. j.. T. LIJTPERT. S. Le QATJLT & SON, DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, GROCERIES, &c, BEST OOODS. LOWEST PRICES. A. W. WESTGATE, Insurance and Real Estate Agent Office opposite postoftico, recently occupied Snovtf by J. P. Sutton. ASTRAY. A Rteer. about yours old next nr1nif. buy i... ..rxill aniit nt whltfl hair DflCK of the fore le. and me white hair on the front part of the head. The owner will pleaee Huberts. In Boauj rand Township. n and paycrmrir. r.iiMiro ui II STORE, L. A. Parcelle, Prop. Holiday Goods ! Holiday Goods! Nevr and Unique in designs. Numer ous the Variety and wide the range for Selection. Articles Suitable for Gifts for almost any Occasion. Odor Cases, Chests, Stands and Sets, Plush and Satin, Upright and Reclining Fancy Leather Couplets, Dressing cases, Albums, Scrap Books, Writing Desks, Ledgers, Whisk Brooms, Brushes, Hair, Tooth, and Finger. Shaving Brushes, Flesh Brushes, Infant-Rrushes, PICTURE FRAMES. Plush, Satin, and other Varieties of Designs. POWDERS. Face and Tooth, Selected Qualities, PERFUMES. Cologne, the Most Fragrant, Cuffs and collar Boxes, Ladies' Money Bags, Satchels, . Cut Glass Bottles, Mirrors ot Beautiful Finish, Writing paper in Fancy Bcxes, Toilet Soaps, Choicest selections, Cosmetics. FOR Novelty ot Design, Quality of Material, and Artistic Finish, as well as appropriate combinations, devices, and Fancies, I herein com mend the ABOVE CATALOGUE. To my Fatrons, and further solicit the most discriminating class of pur chasers to call and Examine before Pur chasing Elsewhere. Taking into consideration the past depreciation in all orders of business, I will offer during the Holidays, the above goods at away down Trices. All Orders by Telephone Promptly Attended to. L. A. PARCELLE. the: city. Charlie Moore home from Chicago. Moloney Bros, rut In ice next week. J. J. Brown arrlyed from Detroit Mon day. E. Nelson reports having a good time In Chicago. Nelson & Bullen's camps have 30,000 logs 6kidded.- Jerry Hopper is in town this week as bright as fun. The No. 3 Hose House is aspiring to wards completion. McKinnon reports camp work all right, skidding first class. Ice reported to be six iaehes thick in Mud lake, So river. J. B. Adams left Thursday for Detroit to see holiday sights. Bert Lawrence, sick for some Htne, is on the street once more. . Jas. Duggan arrived from Canada Wednesday, ready for a race. Geo. Reynolds, Bank Cashier, off to De troit to take in the holidays. A car load of No. 1 Canada malt ar rived Wednesday for Moloney Bros. J. F. Moloney & Bro. are putting In a new pump made by Murray & Rich. The snow is equally as thin along the Michigan Central to Bay city as it is here Locals everywhere Matter and adver tisements crowded out, to appear next weak. On Thursday nieht a snow fell that brought out the sieigh bells and better spirits. A. R. Thayer ships three car loads of excelsior per week, and will increase the amount after holidays. A Jesuit Missionary arrived Wednes day, spent the night with Father De S in hit and left Thursday. A. L. Fexer has decidedly the most elegant and complete assortment of goods in his line in town. A beautiful line of. novelties in nap kin rings, sugar shells, cream ladles, children's sets, etc, at Fexer's Jewelry Store. Robert Patterson and lady gave a par ty Tuesday evenlug that gave great en joyment, satisfaction and delight to the guests. Everybody is talking about him,Snow, that is S. R. Sxow who keeps headquart ers for harness &c. Look out for his ad. next week. The high esteem in which the late Rev. J. II. Magoffin was held will cause the Episcopal Church to be crowded at the memorial services next Sunday morning. The Kate Williams dragged, for the anchor of the schooner Richards, at the Manitou, but the grapnel broke, as they got the chain, and the work was aban doned. I, E. DeGown says he will sell goods in his line, because people wants them he has all kinds, and his prices for them are as cheap as any where in town. Iko is on the square and is a correct man in his dealings. The son of Mr. McArdle, who has grad uated as a barrister, in Toronto, Canada, by virtue of his own efforts, is here vis iting his father. He is on his third trip from Manitoba. The tug Mystic will be converted into a first class passenger boat the coming winter at the Soo. and will take the Ste. Maries place between' here and the Soo, While the latter will be put into com mission between the Soo, and Lake Su perior ports. The Mystic is a" very fast boat, and will run strictly on time. The ladies of the M. E. Chorch will give a Innch basket social at the resi dence of J. Wheeler Friday eve. Dec. 28, admission ten cents. The baskets will be numbered corresponding numbers placed in a box;and drawn by the gentle men the lady whoso basket correspond ing with the ticket drawn will share her lunch with its possessor. One of the most ingenious pieces of mechanism we have ever seen is the en- graying machiuo lately received by A L. Fexer, our enterprising Jewelei. With, it letters of auy size and style can be cut with such perfection as is seldom at talned by hand work, a claim which is well proven by the excellent eprclmtms of its plain and ornamental work shown us. The Detroit aud Cleveland Steam Nav igation company will run their steamers on standard time, leaving Detroit at 22 'clock. The Roman Catholic church will be finely decorated for Christmas, and the festival will be celebratodln a becoming manner. Jeweler Fexer is bound to keep up with the times. He now engraves all goods bought of him, in best style, free of charge. James F. Moloney & Bros, found out the use of a telephone this week, while being cut oft for a few hours, their wire being broken. The Benton Home will be connected by telephone in a few days. Frank saves no expense to have everything handy and convenient for his patrons. The hall lately occupied by I. 0. 0. F. will be made into sleeping rooms and attached to Alex. Campbell's hotel, mak ing quite an extensive improvement to the hotel. Linton B. Sutton starts Monday for Albion College for the winter, visiting on the way at Pontfac and Detroit. Linton has metal in hitn to make of life a grand success. A Polish Jesuit Missionary, here for the benefit of our Polish community, re ceived confessions Wednesday evening till ten o'clock, also Thursday morning. He received confessions, and preached in the Polish language. Peter Shafer had the pistol loaded nnd was holding it in his right hand, while )ie was slyly looking for a Thoinn cat when the bullet petered out, and went through the marksman foot. Charllo rerrln fixed up the foot. Capt. Washington Moore, of tug Kate Willims. Capt. James J. Hlggins of wrecking schr. Johnson, and crew, left Thursday morning for their homos at De troit, after laying up their crafts in Che boygan River for the winter. A rumor gained credenco that the mill men had agreed among themselves to pay laborers no money, requiring them to take the entire amount from their stores. A reporter interviewed Geo. Wharton who pronounced the report absolutely false. rrof. Sweet is making grand progress with what scholars he has at his dancing school. Bnt one thing has to cease aud that is the boy "Georgie" must dance a great deal smoother, otherwise he can't make enough through this winter to keep him in shoes. On Tuesday evening a party was given at the residence of Mrs. 0. M- Clement, by self-invited guests, who had every; thing arranged for a good time and a good time it was. It Is impossible to have any other kind of a time with those who were present. The following is the programme for the music nt the Independent Church to. morrow evening: Anthem, "Hark I the Herald Angels Sing ;" Solo, "Fear not thy God Is near Duet, "Ave. Maria Anthem, "Jehovah's Praise ;" Solo, "The Towering Steeple ;" Trio, "Praise Ye the Lord." A citizen who wears a boiled shirt bought of a too-full-for-utterance Frenchman four bags of potatoes. The man drove to tho premises of the gentle man who signaled to Frenchy the way to carry the potatoes in the house, when the rural rooster said: "If you be so d d tony you can't carry them in you can't have my taters," The gent bore the crop to where it wus wanted. The Rev. J. M. Curtis, of Louisiana, Mo., will enter upon his duties as Rector of St. James Episcopal Church on Sun day the 23d Inst. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m. The morning ser vico will bo memorial, in memory of the late Rector, the Rev. J. H. Magoffin, and in the evening the Rev. Mr. Curtis will preach his Inaugural sermon. The Rev. Dr. Hall, of Ann Aibor, is expected to be here to assist in the services. A tramp made the residence of W. it. Hoggs a call on Thursday afternoon; he knoeked at the kitchen door and asked for some supper. Mrs.Boggs shut the door against him when he pushed in the door and walked in. Mr. Boggs was called from the front part of the house who Boon landed Mr. tramp ou his ear out side. He picked himself tin and started off evidently thinking he had struck the 1 wrong place for free trade. Business Rooming and Cheboy gan Annul. Hari Times Knocked to Hinders and Trade cn Top, lj Prices fcclng Cent to the Bottom, and a Hole ranch ed through the Bottom, and a General Order given to Sell at Cost and Below Cost until the She tang Is Clean ed oat, for a Good Time Coming. What a Tribune Betortef round Cut ty Being Around with Ms Eyea . and Ears Open. Knowing that thla is the season of tho year when calculations are being made for spring operations, aud knowing that E. Nelson is half owner of the land ad joining tho bank, as desirable a location for a fine business structure as there I in the city, we sent a Reporter of tho Trim's e to interview and find out which way the current run. The current run so deep and still that we did not hear a whisper of its trne iuwardncss, but we found out enough to warrant this ar ticle The newspaper should post It readers in all things pertaining to their good. The purchase of goods is a Mir thing with each one having himself and others to care for, theso times of close ness. A dollar saved now is worth knowing and we know that the price of the Trmune can be saved by any one of our readers who has to preparo for Christmas, New Years, or anything that requires goods and articles of ornament and use. NELSON 4 IlCLLEN have done business in grocerle-t aud dry goods at their present place of business for fifteen years; in this time they have received as innch of the general trade of Cheboygan as any other firm. This they appreciate, nnd they hnro resolved uroa a measure tint will work good to every consumer and purchaser who honors them with custom. For two years they have studiously tried to rid themselves of all dead stock and have succeeded so well that theie is not a dourer, fresher stock of dry good in this city than w hat they offer for sale. They have decided to sell before the first of February 1S84 all the goods that are not absolutely sta ple, at cost and below cos'. Goods are ' being received dally and they go right along with the rest, at a sacrifice, so a to induce people to buy, and enable them to better arrange their business for the advantage of all customers in the future. E, O. rENNT, The gentlemanly, efficient mannger ot the drr goods department showed n some goods that had just arrived, and the figures on them, that couriered u they mean business as they always do. and will lie true to every promise they make in reference to goods, prices, Ac. We saw DllEHS (iOOlK that were fresh and lovely marked only I2l j' cents that they have never until now sold under 20 cents. This I trr sure as you live. Then there is UNDER WEAR for gents and ladles, all wool and meri no, sold at figure's that make music for those who are almost broke. Ibe goods are just what is needed and tho poorest can get tho best because tho price le hard pan. And so far as ' HOSIERY AND MITTEN are concerned, there 1$ every style, size and color that is fashionable, splendid material and bed rock prices. It is a shame that everybody don't know what bargains there are in Cheboygan It would increaso our population largely. We gazed at COLLARS AND (TITO and thought everybody ought to be col lared and cuffed when It can be done so handsomely and cheaply. Tho H ATH AND CAPS are offered at fixure that will convince every man or Im)v that he cannot afford to go bareheaded even in Jannary. Tho great bargains in CLOAK will clean them out quickly for they have put come, are floe In quality, ele gant in style nnd ready for auy one who has a little cash. We cannot enumerate farther; you will hare to go and see Penny for tho goods themselves.