CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER S2, 1883.
It will pay our citizens to call in at
Parcelled drug store and see his menag
arle coons, pqulrrtls, birds, ferrets, owls,
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 22, 18S3.
LOOK OUT FOR WHAT YOIT
are showing Special Attractions In
Chains, Neck Chains,
Gold Spec's and Eye Glasses.
Gold Pens, Toothpicks, &c,
Suitable for Presentation Pur
Lowest Prices, Quality consid
Our Line of
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,
A. L. FEXER.
Miss M. W. Smart
The finest line of Fall and Winter
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,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, DIAMONDS,
Silverware, Jewelry, Specta
cles, &c. Th e Largst Stock ,
llepairins neatly nnd.proinptiy
done. A Full line of
AT REDUCED TRICES.
Chill and Get my prices before
puretolns. j.. T. LIJTPERT.
S. Le QATJLT & SON,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
A. W. WESTGATE,
Insurance and Real Estate Agent
Office opposite postoftico, recently occupied
Snovtf by J. P. Sutton.
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
L. A. Parcelle, Prop.
Holiday Goods !
Nevr and Unique in designs. Numer
ous the Variety and wide the
range for Selection.
Articles Suitable for
Gifts for almost any
Odor Cases, Chests,
Stands and Sets,
Plush and Satin,
Upright and Reclining
Fancy Leather Couplets,
Hair, Tooth, and Finger.
Plush, Satin, and other Varieties
Face and Tooth, Selected Qualities,
Cologne, the Most Fragrant,
Cuffs and collar Boxes,
Ladies' Money Bags,
. Cut Glass Bottles,
Mirrors ot Beautiful Finish,
Writing paper in Fancy Bcxes,
Novelty ot Design,
Quality of Material, and Artistic
Finish, as well as appropriate
combinations, devices, and
Fancies, I herein com
To my Fatrons, and further solicit
the most discriminating class of pur
chasers to call and
Examine before Pur
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
L. A. PARCELLE.
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
Nelson & Bullen's camps have 30,000
Jerry Hopper is in town this week as
bright as fun.
The No. 3 Hose House is aspiring to
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
On Thursday nieht a snow fell that
brought out the sieigh bells and better
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
Robert Patterson and lady gave a par
ty Tuesday evenlug that gave great en
joyment, satisfaction and delight to the
Everybody is talking about him,Snow,
that is S. R. Sxow who keeps headquart
ers for harness &c. Look out for his ad.
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
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
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
The Detroit aud Cleveland Steam Nav
igation company will run their steamers
on standard time, leaving Detroit at 22
The Roman Catholic church will be
finely decorated for Christmas, and the
festival will be celebratodln a becoming
Jeweler Fexer is bound to keep up
with the times. He now engraves all
goods bought of him, in best style, free
James F. Moloney & Bros, found out
the use of a telephone this week, while
being cut oft for a few hours, their wire
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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
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
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