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VOL. 10.
CHEBOYG-AN, MICH. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1884.
NO. 14 8
OUT
CLOSING OUT !
REAL BARGAINS.
We havo received notice from the Au
rora Wateh Co. that "our own" natch
wLU be out sometime next month, and
as we are desirous to confine ourselves
hereafter in watches to a line of special
ties, whereby we can better serve the in
terests of our patrons and ourselves, we
will elose out our present stock of
ELGIN,
WALTHAM,
SPRINGFIELD.
HAMPTON,
LANCASTER
Watch Movements
AT
:-A.Ct-CLO,l COSt I
Now is your time to buy if you have
use for a wateh.
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
I call and examine these goods and satisfy
yourself.
A.L.FEXER,
Jeweler.
Opposite the Postoffice.
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 Gen id ne and Per
feet Rockford, warranted by the makers,
. is only for sale by us.
A. L. FEXEIt,
s Sole Agent R. W. Co.
L.T.Limpert,
-Watchmaker!
AND JEWELER.
Headquarters for Diamonds!
Hampden, Elgin, Waltham, Il
linois, Rockford and Fine Swiss
Watches, in Gold and Sil
ver Cases.
A Fine StocK of Rings, Jewelry, Clocks,
Silverware, Specs, d-c.
' Repairing neatly and promptly
done. Watches Demagnetized.
Second Door South of Postoffice,
CHEBOYGAN - MICH,
VITALIZED AIR.
M. B. CHAMPION,
DE1TTIST,
HAVING ajraln reaume1 I ho prnctl'-e of
Dentistry at my old,offloo on Main street,
1 would state that 1 bare
lewis1 Vitalized Air Apparatus,
The most recent and safest method for the
painless extraction of teeth. I am prepared
to do first claos Dental Work and wlil guar
antee satisfaction.
Office hours fronl 7 i. M. to 7 r. u
Min-tf
Mi-MoHflplv!
T
I MUST HAVE MONEY,
-And for the-
Next Ninety Days
Will make prices which you will
readily find from
10 to 20 Per Ct.
Under My Competitors.
NEW GOODS
Arriving Daily.
Don't Faii to See Our Stock
OF-
CARPETS!
Remember I Always Sell
Boots and Shoes
At prices which astonish the
closest buyers.
H. CHAMBERS,
BENNETT BLOCK.
Northern Tribune.
Entered at the restefflee at Chebeygaa
3Ilclt..a3eeond Class Hatter.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1884.
THE CITY.
Judge Brown speaks at the Town Hall
Saturday evening.
Republican county convention will be
held at Town Hall this afternoon.
Hon. II. II. Hatch speaks at the Town
Hall Thnrtiday evening of next week.
The Knights of Labor held a large
meeting at Kesseler'a Hall ' Monday
evening.
All indications point to a Waterloo for
the Democracy a week from next Tues
day in Ohio.
Dr. Chas. A. Perrin i3 erecting a resi
dence on Huron street. Quay & Son
haye the contract.
John Goulden who has been vary sick
at Tort Huron, we are pleased to learn
is getting better. -
The propeller Messenger had to go into
dry dock at Chicago, to have her Ptern
bearings tightened.
James 0, Blaino is receiving a grail
ovation wherever he visits during his
trip wost. The people, are with him,
and the people will elect him in Novem
ber. A caucus will be held in the council
room Saturday evening to elect delegates
from the township of Benton to the Na
tional Greenback Labor county conven
tion. .
Thursday evening of next week Hon.
II. II. Hatch, representative in Congress
from this district will address our citi
zens on tho political issues of the day at
the Town Hall.
It is probable Blaine will spend three
days in Michigan. He will speak in
Detroit on the evening of the 14th, in
Grand Rapids on the evening of the 15th
and then at Sarin aw or Bay City the
next eyenlng.
A married woman in town being accu
sed by her husband of being to intimate
with another man, undertook to shuffle
off this mortal coil by taking a cup of
"cold pizen." nusband repentant Doc
tor called stomach pump averted trag
ic end and all is again tserene.
The San Antonio (Texas) Daily Times
of Sopt. 26th contains the following: Mrs
A. Brown, of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., ar
rived here yesterday. She goes to
Boerno to join her husband, who came
South a few months ago for his health.
She is stopping at the St. Leonard.
The Ohio state election takes place one
week from next Tuesday, The indica
tions are that the Democracy will come
to grief and the Republicans have a
rousing majority. The Democratic pa
pers concede that the state will go Re
publican but say anything less than 25,
000 majority will not connt.
The masons have the socond story of
St, Mary's school biilding nearly np. It
is going to be qaite a tasty building.
The eaps and cornice are of red brick,
and make a very pleasing contrast with
cream colored brick of the main walls.
The grand masquerade party at the
skating rink will take place Friday
evening of next week. Good music will
be in attendance, and Messrs Gero &
Smyth will see that everything is done
to make the party a pleasant success in
every respect.
Contractu for the bonding of ten sec
tions of the Beaugrnnd ditch were let
last Saturday, and tho letting of the re
maining nine sections was postponed
until nxt Saturday at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at tho same place. Contractors please
bear this hi mind.
Yesterday was the first day of the sea
son that deer could be lawfully killed.
Some of the sportsmen of the county evi
dently set up all night in order to get
an early start as day had hardly dawned
before several fine carcasses were exhib
ited on the streets for sale.
We understand that the Michigan Cen
tral railroad will not take off the night
train the coming winter. It Is stated
that the management have concluded
that it will be a matter of economy to
keep it running, as it will cost much less
with the additional trains running, to
keep the road open during the 'snows of
winter. We trust the information may
be reliable. Cheboygan missed the
Dight train very much last winter.
Remember the Nashville Students sing
to-night at the Opera nouse.
Candidates order your election olips at
the Tribune steam job offlee.
Turn out and hear Judge Brown dis.
cuss the political issues of the day at the
Town nail Saturday evening.
ni Segar is happy over the advent of a
fine healthy boy in his family Tuesday
morning. Mother and child doing finely
The eounty superintendents of the
poor, advertise in this issue for propos
als for medical attendance on the poor
for the ensuing year.
James J. Brown left on tke City of
Cleveland yesterday for Detroit. He
will return to attend the special term of
court to be called after the presidential
election.
The Blaine and Logan elub meeting
last Thursday evening at the Town Hall
was well attended, and Messrs. Perkins,
Frost and Bell delivered soma forcible
speeches that were logical and convin
cing. We understand that S. O. Fisher, fu
sion candidate for Congress in this dis
trict, will join the caravansary here as
one of the attractions of the great "what
is it" show that is advertised to appear
in Cheboygan next Tuesday.
We hear that the Democracy have pro
posed to Nationals to use their influence
to secure the nomination of M. A. Mc
Henry, of Indian River, as a fusion can
didate for representative, if the latter
will give them the county ticket.
Rev. II. C. Northrup, the new pastor of
the M. E. church, writes that he will be
hero on the City of Cleveland next Sat
urday, lie may therefore be exnected to
preach his first sermon Sunday morn
ing. His congregation should make a
speeial effort to be present in force to
welcome him to his new pastorate,
Judge Charles R. Brown will address
the citizens of Cheboygan on the politi
cal Issues of the day at the Town nail
next Saturday evening. The Judge is a
ready and forcible speaker and wnerever
he has addressed the peoplo he has arous
ed the greatest of enthusiasm. We
speak for a good audience to hear him
next Saturday evening.
J. P. Sutton, deputy county clerk says
that owing to the probable adjournment
of the circuit court until after the pres
idential election it will be necessary for
all those desiring to secure their natu
ralization papers to be present promptly
at the opening of the court on Tuesday
the 11th. as Judge Ramsdell will proba
bly remain only a short time in town.
The county poor board had their an
nual settlement last week, and the grat
ifying result was that notwithstanding
a much greater number of poor had boen
cared for and their needs supplied than
last year, the expense had been some
$200 less than the amount appropriated
This speaks well for the members of the
board, and shows that this department
has been successfully managed.
The law against killing deer expired
Tuesday at midnight, and the mighty
Nimrods were out at the break of day
yesterday morning after their venison.
The first carcass brought to town was on
exhibition at Spooner's meat market at 6
a. m., and was killed by Theodore Myers
in his pea field in Dunean Township.
Myers Is a crack shot and generally has
venison as soon as any of them when the
season opens.
Wm. Devine has returned from Manis
tique, and says the citizens of that place
offered him considerable inducement to
go up and start a stage line from that
town to the railroad, lie passed over
the road and says it is fully us good as
the road between Cheboygan and Petos
key, over whleh an immense amount of
travel passed for a number of years prior
to the completion of the Michigan Cen
tral railroad to this place.
James Barclay returned from Dakota
last Saturday evening, and will remain
the coming winter In Cheboygan. . He
reports the Chebeygan people in Dakota
all flourishing. Barney Mullen is farm
ing and this season raised five acres of
corn which, Mr. Barclay says will aver
age fifty bushels to an acre and is worth
oyer fifty cents per bushel. F. M. Sam
mons and family are well. Mr.Sammons
in addition to running his livery busi
ness has taken the contract for building
a new school house to cost $2200. Mr.
Barclay says the rapid settlement of that
country Is wonderful all the available
land in the region the Cheboygan people
! located being taken up.
Come out and hear a good speech from
Congressman Hatch, of this district, at
the Town Hall next Thursday night.
Prof. Barr has designated Miss Zaide
Adams as editor in chief and Miss Dora
Ramsay as assistant editor for the next
number of "The Echo," the school paper.
Penny & Frost, the new dry goods firm
have got In their new shelves, now coun
ters and new goods, and are wanting
their old and new customers to call and
see them. .
There are two cases from Cheboygan
county on the Supreme Court docket for
the October term. Number 01 is Gif-
ford vs McArthurs, Number 92 is Perry
vs Tho Village of Cheboygan. There are
142 cases on the docket.
After a very successful season's ran
W. & A, McArthur shut down their saw
mill Saturday evening for . the season.
The stagnation in the lumber market
and the faet that their piling room was
abont all occupied probably accounts
for their shutting down so early in the
season. . isi
There is an interesting family quax
rel among some of the residents in the
Black river region. t Arrests have been
made, bad stories told, hard namaa call
ed and considerable evidence of bad
blood manifested.' The latest develop
ment in the case is the poisoning of
some cows, paris green having been, us
ed, it is said, and criminal proceedings
against some of the parties is likely to
result. ... .
We are in receipt of No. 1 vol. 1 of the
Sunday Express, published at Detroit
with John W. Leonard, editor and 0. II.
Melsaac business manager. The aaluti
tory:says it is not published to fill "a
long felt want," but from the conviction
that there was an opening in the me
tropolis of Michigan for a bright, newsy
Sunday paper. The paper before nils a
very readable one, and the proprietors
have our best wishes for success.
The chances are that the October term
of court will be by Judge Rams
dell and adjourned until after the
Presidential election. The attorneys
yesterday agreed to such an adjourn
ment and a telegram was sent Judge
Ramsdell requesting him to notify Sher
iff Harrington not to summon the jury
at present The term will probably be
held the latter part of November or the
first ot December, as best suits the con
venience of tho Judge. The Judge will
be here at the regular time as there are
some prisoners awaiting sentence, and
will open court for the purpose of pass
ing sentences and then adjourn, as re
quested. Rev. T. B. Leitn preached his farewdll
sermon at the M. E. Church last Sunday
evening. The estimation in which he
was held by his eongregation was evin
ced by the large congregation that was
present, notwithstanding the rainy even
ing to listen to his farewell words. He
preached a yery interesting discourse
and gave a brief resume of the work
that had been accomplished during bis
pastorate, showing the amount of money
raised for the different church purposes
and how it had been expended and the
number added to the membership of the
church. Mr. and Mrs.Leith and family
left for their new field of labor, at nar
risville yesterday on the City of Cleve
land. F. M. Sammons, the father of Green
backism in Cheboygan eounty, has blos
somed out into a full fledged Republican
ovt in Dakota. He was long a leading
Democrat in this county, but some years
ago took up with the Greenback doo
triue. He probably got his oyes open by
seeing how the young territory, with
whom he has identified himself, wan
treated by the Democratic Houso. Da
kota, with a population of G00.000, a ter
ritory that the Income of the postofflces
more than pays the postal expenses ex
pended by the general government for
the benefit of its citizens, which is more
than two-thirds of the states do, knocked
at the door ot the House and asked for
admittance as a state, a privilege
they were justly entitled to, but the
the Demoeratio majority, with an utter
disregard of jestice, refused to admit
them, the only reason being the fact
that the territory is Republican by a
large majority. Oh! yes, the Democrats
are dear friends of the people when
they think they can get their yotes, but
when the votes would count on the other
side, as in Dakota, their rogard for the
rights of the people cea?e. It is eyer
thus with Democracy.
I.

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