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U7I IIBI TEffiUIE 3 VOL. 10. CHEBOYGAN, MIOH. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 44, 1884. NO. 44 911T CLOSING OUT I REAL BARGAINS. We have received notice from the Au rora Watch Co. that "our own" watch will bo oat sometime next month, ' and as we are desirous to confine ourselves hereafter in watches to a line of special- ties, whereby we can better serva the in - terests of our patrons and ourselves, we - will close out our present stock of ELGIN, WALTJ1AM, SPRINGFIELD, HAMPTON, ' ' LANCASTER . Watch Movements AT ' A.ot'U.eil Oost I Now is your time to buy if you hare use for a watch. These are New, Perfect and Reliable woods, warranted, at prices that cannot be duplicated. We have a desirable line of Gold, Sil ver and Filled Cases to fit these goods, and can suit you. Don't let this opportunity go by, but call and examine these goods and satisfy yourself. ' A.L.FEXER, . Jeweler. ' Opposite the Postoffico. We shall continue to lead with the Celebrated Quick Train Rockford Watch, the price of which has lately been ' re duced, making it by all odds the finest and best time- keeper for the money made. Remember that the Genuine and Per fect Rockford, warranted by the makers, is only for sale by us. A. L. FEXER, Sole Agent R.W. Co. L.T. Limpert, Watchmaker AND JEWELER. Headquarters for Diamonds! HampJen, Elgin, Waltham, Il linois, Rockford and Fine Swiss Watches, in Gold and Sil ver Cases. A Fine StocK of Rings, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Specs, etc. , Repairing neatly and promptly done. Watches Demagnetized. Second Door South of Postofice, CHEBOYGAN, ... - . MICH, VITALIZED AIR. M. B. CHAMPION, HAVING ajjain resumed the practice of Dontifltry atniyokl;offlceon Main street, 1 would state that 1 bare Lewis' Vitalized Air Apparatus, The most recent and safest method for the N painless extraction of teeth. I am prepared todo first class Dental Work and will guar antee satisfaction. Office hours from 7 . M. to 7 P. M. (Juaetf I WILL. I WHEN I GET HEADY. Some of my competitors In trade are circulating the story that I will soon bo compelled to leaio Cheboygan. Can't See it in That Li And I am still determined to make my store HEADQUARTERS FOR Large Stocks, Good Goods, Low Prices. I wm SELl- Ory Goods Cheaper Than Ever ! I can sell you as poor a Boot or Shoe as any dealer in Cheboygan but I can sell you a GOOD BOOT OR SHOE AND Warrant Every Pair. Which no other dealer in Cheboy gan will do and keep his promise. THESE aro FACTS Worth your careful investigation. Como and see for yourself. New Goods Constantly Arriving. Respectfully Yours, H. CHAMBERS, iMammoth Store, BENNETT BLOCK. Northern Tribune. Batrd at the PoitoMce mt Chebygan Mlch.,as3eeondClatsHatter. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1884. Republican Senatorial Convention. A Republican convention, for the pur pose of nominating a candidate for Sen ator tor the 29th District, will be held in Cheboygan at 10 a. m. Sept. 17th, 1884. Each county will be entitled to the same representation as at the state conven tion. By order of committee. Zeb M. Knight, Chairman. Alpena, Sept. 1st, 1884. THE CITY. The Atlantic took on 3C0.COO lath at Duncan City Tuesday for Ohio porta. Edward Gallagher will soon open the Spencer House as a $1.00 per day house. The number of scholars in the graded school is increasing, each room having from 45 to CO pupils. W. C. Thompson goes to Mackinaw City next Monday to take chargo of tke school In that yillage. John Iletherington, fell on one of the wheels of his wagon last Saturday, frac turing ono of his ribs. Stranger, Mollle Harris, and' Wm. T. are all to take part in the races at the Illinois State fair this week. The Republican Senatorial Convention for this distriet will he held in Cheboy gan Wednesday of next week. The wrecking tug Leviathan with the propeller J. L. Hurd In tow, arrived at Milwaukee Monday evening. The latter went Into dry dock for repairs. The Democracy to the nnmber of 25 or SO met In the council room Monday night and took preliminary steps toward organizing a Cleveland and Hendricks' club. P. II. McDonald has given up the Cass House and moved kia. stock of liquors Into the south room of the Goulden bloik. James McGuiro will be the dis penser of liquids. , Merritt Chandler visited his farm last week and in among his beans he found & stool of barley that had grown from one grain that contained twenty-eight well developed heads. A young lad named Lovelace, residing in Pattersonville, while playing with some comrades on some lumber last Sunday fell off and dislocated an elbow. Dr. C. A. Perrin was called and put the limb Into shape. . Raid & Co. have leased the room in Dan McLeods building next to the post office and are going to repaint and refit It for their grocery store. It is one of the best locations in town. They will move some time before Oct 15th, at which time their lease of their present stand expires, The bills of the First National bank of Cheboygan, arrived Monday evening, and President McGinn and Cashier Ray nolds are putting In their spare mo ments attaehing their autographs to the same preparing to put them in circula tion. They are of two denominations, $10 and $20. Last Saturday F. S.' Abbott brought to the Tribune office a fine buueh of straw berries being a second crop on the vines that he planted last April. The largest one on the bunch he says ripened and fell eff before the remaining berries got ripe, but those left were of good size and delicious. Wm. Gainor is one of the successful farmers of Cheboygan county. He -has a farm of over 201 acres in the Black River region, a large portion of which is under cultivation. A gentleman who was in that section this week says Mr. Gainor has a most promising young or chard, about 125 apple trees bearing and loaded with fruit. ' G. P, Langdon took a drive out to wards Riggsville Sunday and says he Is surprised at the quantity and quality of apples to be seen in many young orchards he passed. The trees were so full that the limbs had to be propped to keep them from breaking off. It is only a few years since it was claimed that it was useless to try to raise apples in this section, but it has been demonstrated that for apples, Cheboygan county is equal to the best county in the state. The engine recovered from the pro peller Canisteo is being taken apart. Rev. A. W. Westgate will preach at the Baptist church ntxt Sunday morning. There will be no services in the eve ning. The prospects are that the stock of log to be got out this winter in this section will not be as large as was put in last winter. 'A good understanding" Is what West gate & Sons wish the people to have, and instruct them how to obtain such in their ad. in this issue. Builders will find an advertisement elsewhere for proposals to build an ad dition to the school house in district No 3 township of Benton. Samuel Klnnear cut one of his hands seriously last Saturday on broken glass. Dr. Perrin dressed the wound but Sam will be a little more careful hereafter, i Attend the skatinc rink Monday and Tuesday evenings of next week and see the wonderful bieycle 'performances of Clarence II. Smith and Minnie Roshelle. A small child of Jonas Wheeler was run over Tuesday evening on Main street The child was pulled out from under the heels of the horse and strange to say un injured. A handsome and artistic granite mon ument was received on the City of Mack inaw Monday to mark the last resting place of our late fellow citizen' John C. Mulvaugh. Captain S. B. Grummond has .bought the Truscott dock at Mackinac Island, and is putting it in thorough repair. lie will build 100 feet more to its length the coming winter. II. Chambers returned from Detroit the first of the week and from the num ber of boxes, rolls etc., landed at his store we should-judge he made some ex tensive purchases daring his absence. The weather for some time past has been hot enough to make a native of the torrid zone feel at home in this sec tion. However the extreme heat disap pears with the sun and the nights are refreshing. The Cas3 House has been let to St, Ig nace parties, who will take immediate possession. P. II. McDonald will con tinue the livery and hack business and will also engage in the lumbering busi ness quite extensively. The east side has been getting away with the west side of the village in the way of building this season. Quite a number of residences have been put up on that side, some of them quite preten tious both as to size and style. The Grand Rapids and Indiana R. R. will sell tickets to the state fair at Kal amazoo, Sept 15th and 10th, and to the Western Michigan fair at Grand Rapids Sept. 22nd and 26th for one fair for the round trip, from all stations on their road. , At the races at Raeine, Wis., on the 3d inst., Stranger won first money and Mollio Harris third in the 2;23 race. Mr. Humphrey was not aware that Mollie would be entered until he received a tel egram announcing the result of the race. The cut stone for the water; table's, ete. for St. Mary's school arriyed last week and the masons commenced laying brick Monday afternoon. The masons are from Bay City. Two more are ex pected soon and it is the intention to push the work as fast as possible. Joseph Carrier, formerly of Detroit, ar rived last Monday and took a position in II. Chambers' store. He Is a young man of considerable experience in the dry geods business and will he pleased to meet the citizens of this section and make their acquaintance, at Mr. Cham ber's store. " Cheboygan possosses as smart sawmills as ean be found in any section of the country. Last Monday Packard's mill, with one circular, out of an ordinary run of logs, cut 50,017 feet of inch lum ber, by actual scale, in their regular day tour. They would ha.ve sawed fully 60, 000 feet if the logs had been larger. Last Saturday we received the valedic tory from Editor Mother, of the Straits Journal, at Mackinaw City. Mr. Mosher made a good paper, but the support re ceived would not warrant Its continu ance, and he announcos that the materi alwill be moved to Wayland, Mich., where he will start the Wayland Globe, with "Born to Live" as his motto. We wish brother Mosher success In his new venture. Rev. Richard Jones, treasurer of Vic toria College, Cobourg. Ont., will preaeh in the M E. church next Sunday eve ning. . Watts S. Humphrey Is in Chicago tak ing in the Illinois State fair and rates. His interest, howevor, centers in the : races, his horses being entered and he hopes to see them win. Charlos L. Erost. brother of Georcre and Fred arrived in Cheboygan last Saturday and remained nntll Tuesday ' evening when he and his wife left for their home In Grand Rapids. Last week a locomotive was dispatch. ed from Mackinaw City after Dr. T. A. Perrin to attend a man named Buckby, nightwatchman at the M. C. round house at Mackinaw City, who was suf fering from a severe attack of cholera morbus. The Dr. sans thev made cood time and he succeeded 'in relieving the man. ' Mr. Kllbourn, the man, who purchas ed the O'Bear shingle mill at Wolverine removed It to Petoskey. Mr Haven the . Bay City man who tried to remove it on Sunday, a couple of weeks since, sent up officers to Petoskey to replevin the ma chinery. They captured it but could , not get bonds and therefore had to lot It go again. If Albert Pack w'ill submit his case' against C. F. Gibson to Judge Emerlck,' of the Alpena circuit court (and he may employ the imaginative Maxwell to pre pare it), and have it argued by Robert J.' ' Kelley, if Mr. Pack will go on the stand , the Tribune will pay the costs if the ' judge does not laugh him out of court , and enter "no cause of action" in the docket. Bay City Tribune. Messrs Gero & Smythe proprietors of the ekating rink have made arrange ments with Clarence II. Smith, champion bicyclist of the northwest, and M'Ue Minnie Roschelle, champion lady rider, to give two exhibitions of their single and double fancy bicycle riding at the skating rink, Monday and Tuesday even ings of next week. Their testimonials from the press are very flattering To-morrow evening the Cheboygan brass band will give a moonlight excur-' sidn on the steamer Flora to Spectacle ; Reef light and return. The boat will leave her dock at 8 p. m. sharp, calling at Duncan City and will return at 12:30. There will be dancing without extra charge. Tickets gents, 75 cents, ladies 50 cents. It will undoubtedly be the pleasantest excursion of the season and the boys should receive a good benefit. Messrs. Kitchen, Snow and Dodd have failed to recover the boiler of the pro. peller Canisteo by the pumping process They returned Monday night to make different arrangements to get it up. They say they could pump the water down 104 feet in a short time, but be yond that they could not reduce the water. They now propose raising It with two lighters, with timbers across' them, using chains and screws, raisins; it until they can work it into shallow' water, when they are satisfied they can1 pump it out without difficulty. ; J t J John J. Bagley, ex-Governor of Mich!' gan previous to his death, requested that his monument should be of Michigan stone. Last week the tug Oswego and barge Vampire, of " Grummond's line, came up to the Schnoaux after a large boulder of granite, to be used for the purpose, and was in this port with it Friday, bound down to Detroit. The , stone was estimated to weigh from 18 to 20 tons. It was taken from its position and loaded on the barge in less than 24 hours. The tug and barge left for De troit Friday afternoon. Lightning gave the Spencer Ilonso a call last night doing considerable dam age. It struck the flag staff on the cu pola, followed It down breaking nearly every light of glass in the observatory, then took the tin valley on the south west junction of the two buildings, down the corner tearing off the siding , and breaking more or less glass out of nearly evjry window In the south side of the building, tearing off plastirlng in a number of the bed rooms, playing havoo in the wash room and scattering things around generally. It is a wonder some of the inmates were not injured. The splinters of the flag staff and cupola were scattered ovor the street and in the yards for oyer 100 feet around the build ing. When it struck a perfect stream of fire was seen to run down the roof of the building. Not a vestige of the tele phone wire from where It left the pole ia front of the building remains.