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THE N 0R1HEBN TRIBUJSTE, M AY 1 . 1884.
?cetto, Jcmos P. Moloney and Samuel II.
ay lor be appointed Board of Assessors
for tne ensuing year. Carried.
Moved and supported that the applica
tion of Howard Lynn be taken from th
On motion Howard Lynn was appoint
ed Village Marshal for the ensuing year.
Moved and supported that Geo. W.
.Bell be Appointed Village Attorney for
lha ensuing year. Carried.
Moved and supported that tba applica
tion of Y. C. Thompson be taken from
the table.- Carried.
On motion W. C. Thompson was ap
pointed Village Surveyor for the ensuing
On motion II. A. Blake was appointed
Chief Engineer ef the Pire department
and W. C. Hayes Assistant Engineer of
the Fire department for the ensuing
On motion J. P. Sutton and Geo. Pa
quette were appointed Fire Wardens for
the ensuing year.
On motion C. A. Gallagher was ap
pointed Member of Water Commissioners
for the eusuina term,
On motion L. Backus was appointed
! Pound Master for the nsuing year.
Bids for doing the village printing
were received from the Cheboygan Dem
ocrat and Northern Tribuue. On motion
the bid of the Northern Tribuue. 40 cents
per folio for the proceedings of the Board
acd 35 cents per folio for all other ad
vertising, being the lowest bid, was ac
cepted. On motion the amount of liquor bonds
was placed at $3,000.
On motion the amount of the Treasu
rer's boad was placed at $20,000.
Moved and supported that a telephone
be placed in the residouce of the Chief
of the Fire department. Carried.
Moved and supported that the special
committee consisting of Tmsteos Whar
ton and Blake, be instructed to make ar
rangements with the telephone company
to keep all telephones used by the vil
lage connected at night. Carried.
Moved and supported that an order be
drawn In favor of II. A. Blake for $24,
for rent of hose house No. 3, for six
months ending July 1st, 1881. Carried,
Moved and supported that a committee
of three be appointed to arrange a sched
ule of salaries for village officers. Car
ried. Trustees McArthur, Kitchen and
Robinson were appointed as each com
mittee. Moved and supported that the Com
mittee on Public Buildings be instruct
ed to canse the slats to be removed from
the bell tower and the seme decked over.
Moyed and supported that the Street
Commissioner be instructed to pay
mot more than $3.50 per day for teams
from and after this date.
On motion the President was author
ized, in casen of emergency, to employ
such number of policemen as in his
judgment the occasion may require.
Council then adjourned.
, C. J. Hunt, Clerk.
Mm Krfltore Tribute.
Theron P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne
lnd., "Gazette," writes: "For the past five
years have always used Dr. King's New
Discovery, for coughs of the most severe
character, as well as those of a milder
type. It nover falls to effect a speedy
cure. My friends to whom 1 have recom
mended it speak of it in the same high
terms. Having been cured by it of every
cough I have had for five years, I consid
er it the only reliable and sure cure for
Coughs, Colds etc." Call kt I. S. Cooper's
Drug Store and get a Free Trial Bottle.
Large Size $1.00. 2
If over Glre Up.
If you are suffering with low or de
tressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
pebility, disordered blood, weak consti
tution, headache, or a bilious nature, by
all means procuro a bottle of Electrie
Bitters, lou will be surprised to see
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life;
strength and activity will return; pain
and misery will cease, and henceforth
you will rejoice in the praise of Eleotric
Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Kenburg & Cooper.
Cr O T O:
pg . as
CURESlck-Hcadache, Djspepsid, Utter
Complaint, Indigestion, Constipation,
and PURIFY THE BLOOD.
NOTICE.-Without a particle of doubt, Ker
Eiott'i Pilla are the most popular of any a the mar
ket. Having been before the publio fer a quarterof
acontary.and haring always performed more than
waa promised for thetn.they merit the auceoM that
they hare attained. I'rlce, ajc. per box
Fonale by all dniggiita.
' .:,. iiV.ticTl, Acute or Chronic
Vi Lumbago, Sciatica and
;" ?tercK3 Headache.
' ' ''. , ','Tbeircompleteandperfecteuraaecom.
p!,hcd in a few hour, with a degree
''i :)' )it challenge ditpute. Poreale by
' is. 'rlrl. Aak. for circular.
i. ., 1MVJS A gO.,Agea, Dbthoit.
. iefflW HOC
Foot of Main Street, for
iie, Cement, CalcinM Plaster,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Hard and Soft Coal,
Blacksmitli Coal and Lehigh Coal, t
Wood, Hay, Oats, Straw, Fine Salt,
Dairy Salt, Packer's Salt, Dia
mond F. Salt, ish
Land Plaster by the Ton, BH. or Bag,
All our Goods of the Rest Quality nml Prices Low.
W. B. MILLER, Agent.
Are Bound to Make Cheboygan1 Boom
If Good Goods and Low Prices will do It. We were never so well
prepared to offer you bargains as we are this Spring.
Wo always did and always will lead.
- Our 50c Tea is the Best for the Money
ever sold in the County.
Our Family Flour for $5.25 per barrel is
a first class article, and we guarantee it to
We also sell the old reliable Patent May
flour, the best article of flour ever sold in
-pCTWe hare all kinds of FISH, including Fresh and Salt Water
Herring, Holland Herring, Finnin Haddies, Whole and Boneless Cod
fish. Trout, &c i
SUGARS AND SYRUP were never so low as at Present. Call and
get prices before purchasing.
eeid & CO.
THE FINEST GOODS,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT,
THE LATEST STYLES,
Tho (Ikf :i Place sa
Having Selected and purchased
a full line of LADIES' FUR
NISHING GOODS, and
a Complete Stock of
Hats, Bonnets,' Feathers, Laces and
I Offer the Ladies 'of Cheboygan a Rare op
portunity to gratify their Good Taste
in everything pertaining to the
MRS. M. B. CHAMPION,
MTain Street, Cheboygan.
State of Michigan, county of Cheboygan 88.
Notice Is hereby given that by an order of the
probate court for the Paid county of Cheboy
gan, made on the 2d, day of April, A. I). 1881,
six months were allowed for creditors to pre
sent their claims against the estate of Moses
W. Home, late of said county, deceased, and
that all creditors of said deceased are required
to present their claims to said probate court,
for examination and allowance. at
the probate olTlce In the Tillage of Cheboy
gan, in said county of Cheboygan, on or before
the 2nd day of October A.D. 18H4, and that such
claims will be heard before said court on the
4th day of August A. D. 1884, and 2nd day of
October A. f. 1884, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon of each of those days.
KDWIN Z. PERKINS.
Judgo of Probate.
Dated April 2nd, 1S84. apr3Si
DR. J. J. MASON,
Teeth Extracted without pain by the use of
nitrous oxide gas. Office, Main street, op
posite l'ost A van Arsdale s. in tho ronms for
erly ocoupied by Dr. Champion. 27march
,S. A.Harvoy, M. D-
PIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office In Farce 11 a Drug Store,
MAIN STREET. NEAR THIRD.
llenlth Is Weulthl
Dr. K. C, West's Nerve and Brain
Treatment: a specific for Hysteria, Diz
ziness, Convulsions, Nervous Headache,
Mental Depression, Loss of Memory,
Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Involuntary
Emmissions, Premature Old Age, caused
by over-exertion, eelf-abuso, 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 boxes
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, 181 & 183 Madison St.Chiea
go, 111. Sold by all druggists.
East tide of bridge.
PETER SPOONER, Proprietor.
Tisha 8 always boon a popular hotel and Is
i i, nsai established rep utation. 7juy
Boilers for Sale.
Two secondhand boilers, recently thorough
ly overhauled and are in first-class condition.
'1 he boilers are 20 feet long:, 45 Inches in
diameter 15 inch flues, with mud drum, steam
drum, smoke stack, breeching, fire front and
grates, all new. The whole outfit will be sold
cheap. For price and particulars apply at my
boiler shop, corner of Huron and First st reets,
Cheboygan. Wu. Hess.
ONK good horse, an excellent ono-horso
Spring Wagon, and single harness, also
cue liRht sleigh. Will sell at a bargain, on
time with secured paper.
J.F.MOLONEY & BRO.
C h. g m. Icals
Perfumery, Dressing.vases and
A T ', :
THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE.
CASE & PERRIN. Proprietors.
LOUIS A. PA11CELLE, Trop.,
A Full fetock of Fresh Drugs, Pure and Choice.
rrescriptions uareruny compounded,
at all hours, day or night.
In Great Variety.
Everything to be found In a flrst-ciass o(- g
BtorC, on hand including a full line of
all the leading and most popular
r lease Give Me a Call.
8OLDIKTI8 and SATl-OUS. who were disa
bled by wounds, accident or otherwise, tho
loss of a too, piles, varicose veins, chronlo
diarrhoea, ruptyro, loss of siffht, or (partially
so) loss of hearing, falling back of measles,
rheumatism, any disability, no matter how
BllRht, gives you a pension . Mew and lion
ornble lUsoliHrice Obtained Widows,
children and parents of soldiers dying In tho
service, or afterwards, f ro disease contract
ed therein are entitled to pension. Ilelectetl
riiI abandoned rlitim n. sperlally.
uounty.jmcK pay, ana norso claims couoctea.
nl any time when tho disability 'warrants It.
In some manner the disability has Increased
or you were rated to low. bo apply for an ih-
creas ai once.
Government Claims of all kinds Solicited.
My experience and being here at headquar
ters ennmos mo to attend promptly to an
claims njralnstthetroverhmont. Circulars and
advice free. Addross wtth stamp:
M. V. TIERNEY,
BOX 4S5, WASHINGTON, D. C.
The Niagara Falls (Route.
Michigan Central Railroad Time
Jrn j llnif..... .
M nllt Laie...
Otsego Lake ,
All tralhs run by Nmntlteh Meridian or Cn-
tral Standard Tlm. Cloe connections at all
junction l oints.
P. OSIER, Prop r.
Third Street, Near the Rridge.
Recently enlarged and newly fur
RATES.SIi &JL50 PER .DAT.
Customers of this popular House
taken to and from trains and boats
free of chanre.
SONGS NEVER SUNG.
'IIow does that verse run? Something like
this, isn't it?
There are who touch the mngio string.
And noisy fame Is proud to win them ;
Alas 1 for those who never sing,
liut die with all their music lu them. "
"Yes, that's beautiful, pathetic and true,"
said your representative. " The poet alludes to
people who are somehow suppressed, and never
get their lull allowance of joy and air. Which
rsininds me of a letter shown me the other day
by Hiscox A Co, of New York, signed by Mr.
E. C. Williams, of Chapman, Snyder & Co.,
Fa., a prominent business man of that place.
"I have suffered with asthma for over forty
years, and had a terrible attack in December
and January, 1K82. I hardly know what
prompted me to take Pabker's Tonic. I did
so, and the first day I took four doses. The
effect astonished me. That night I slept as if
nothing was the matter with me, and have
ever since. I have had colds since, but n
asthma. My breathing is now as perfect as if
I had never known that disease. If you know
of any one who has the asthma tell him in my
name that Parkkr's Tonic will cure it even
after forty years." There was a man who es
caped the fate of those whom the poet laments.
This preparation, which has heretofore been
known as Parker's Ginokr Tonic, will here
after be advertised and sold under the name of
Parker's Tonic. Inasmuch as ginger is really
an unimportant ingredient, and unprincipled
dealers are constantly deceiving their customer
by substituting inferior preparations under the
name of ginger, we drop the misleading word.
There is no change, however, in the prepara
tion itself, and all bottles remaining in the
hands of dealers, wrapped under the name of
Parker's (iInoer Tonic contain the genuine
medicine if the facsimile signature of Hiscox
Co. is at the bottom of the outside wrapper.
Land Office at Bbicd Citt, Mich. I
March 20, 1884. f
NOTICE Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the clork of Cheboygan County, Mich., at Che
boygan, Mich., on May 10, I&84. viv: William
Schcnk. homcRtead app. No. P496, for the n V4
of n w H seo. 14, town 38 n, ranire S west.
He names the following witnesses to prove
fcls continuous residence upon.and cultivation
of, said land, viz: Charles Walter, of Cheboy
gan p. o.. Charles Hartels, ef Cheboygan p. o.,
Krank Krause, of Cheboygan p. o., Frank
Webb, of Cheboygan p. o.
For Sale. -
HOU8B and one aero of land on oast side of
river, within the village limits. ASmall
payment down, (rood time on balance. rare
bargain. Enquire of I. E. fcsOOWlN-,