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BE. n VOL. 10. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1885. NO. 44 Go by advertisements, or wha this er that one may tell you about the best place to buy a waten or any other article to be found la a Jewelry Store, bat use your ovra good judgement and see for yourself, and you will always find that Fexer, the old reliable Jeweler, .has tke wherewith to suit you In PRICE, QUALITY AND STILE. Fcxer, the Jeweler, Opposite Pestoffice. Rockford Watches AT COST. I will close out my stock of Rock ford Watches consisting of 7, 9, 11 and 15 Jewel, key and stem winding movements, in open lace or hunting cases, AT ACTUAL COST, These, movements are all new and warranted. This is a rare opportu nity to get a Rockford Watch ai Factory Price. REPAIRING In all its branches promptly done and war ranted. L. T. LIMPERT, Uiieuoyoan, Mich. HILL & MASON, . DENTISTS. Office two doors south of Hank Building:, oppo site Bennett block, Main St., Cheboygan, Mich. mh - i .... frf-fo . o a sxT ; - r nil m V r ti I " 1 I t " U ''IV M 3 O 'CD TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, GO TO THE ' Tlio Only Tlaco of Amusement In Cheboygan. feiX J H. FENTON S J V7WW .. "IMPROVED ..Vfl OPEN 3 Times A Week Northern Tribune. OFFICIAL. PAPER OF CIIttROYGAX. THURSDAY. MAT 7. 1885. THE CITT. The Cheboygan Lumber Co. starts up" their mill next Monday. C. McLean retired from the Union Ho tel May 1st and has gone to farming. , New wall paper and borders at VY. & A.. McArthur's. Spring is here sure, the organ grind ing tramp having put ia an appearance. The Cheboygan Lumber Company made the first run of logs to their mill Tuesday. Chas. II. Nuite retained yesterday morning en the City of Alpena from a trip to Detroit. Thompson Smith's Son's mills at Dun can City, started up Monday for their season's sawing. - Three hundred Hollanders arrived at New York last Saturday on their way to locate in Michigan. J. E. St. Germain leaves this evening on the City of Mackinac for a visit to friends in Canada. ' John F. Moloney, our former well known townsman came down from Sault Ste. Marie yesterday on the Messenger. The ice drifted in so badly last Satur day that it was with great difficulty they got out to light the light on the dummy that evening. Messrs Murray & Rich have new fire front in tor the battery of boilers at the mill of the Cheboygan Lumber Company It is a good joe. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Wharton are both confined to their home with sick ness. Their many friends hope for a speedy recovery. Reports from the drives indicate they are all moving satisfactorily. The Rainy river drive will all be down In Black lake by Saturday. There is a rumor about town that Geo. II. Teague recently of our eotemporary contemplates starting a new Democratic paper iq Cheboygan. New goods are arriving at W. & A. McArthur's. The Chicago mails seem to be more ir regular now then during the winter at least the daily papers get behind oftener then in the winter. Sheriff Cross complains that his board ing house is not very well patronized. It is hard on the Sheriff, but it speaks well for our town and county. Supervisor Gallagher and Village As lessor Taylor are out looking after the wealth of our citizens for the purpose of making the assessment rolls for taxa tion. Gov. Alger has vetoed the minority representation bill recently passed by the Legislature on the ground that its retroactive provisions are unconstitu tional. Sammons & Corlette have issued a priee list giving prices on all kinds of fish including fresh salt water fih of all kinds. If you want anything in the fish line call at their market. A sailor employed in fitting out the Parana at Duncan City Thursday of last week while walking on om of the tram ways stepped on the end of a plank that broke with him and he fell a distance of twelve or fourteen feet and was serious ly hurt. S. D. Wyman, arrived down from Sault Ste. Marie yesterday morning. Ho ia haying some work done on the maehin cry of his planing mill, at the "Soo" by Murray & Rich. He reports business at Sauli Ste. Marie booming and says thir ty seyen saloons are in full blast. Messrs Nichols and Moloney, the new fire wardens of the village, have been around this week investigating the con dition of chimneys, &c. They found sev eral chimneys they considered in a dan gerous condition, and notified the own ers to see that they were promptly re paired. A Swede employed in the big mill at Duncan City was seriously hurt Tues day forenoon. He was at work tending one of the gangs and a six 'Inch cant when the saws struck It flew up at the rear end striking him under the chin with great force, He was fortunate enough to have a ticket in the Cheboy gan Sanitarium and is being well cared for. Bert Conrad has accepted a situation with II. Chambers. . . The daily arrival of boats makes It look more like business. Read Wertheimer Brothers new ad vertisement in this issue. For crockery and glassware go to W. & A. McArthur's. Marshal Bentley donned his new uai- form the first of the week and is ready for business. It is a question whether or not spring has arrived as it haoen snowing more or less all forenoon. The Harbor Spring Independent an nounces the arrival of the Van Raalte at that place last Tuesday. ti The Messenger will leave on her sec ond trip to Sault Ste. Marie to-morrow morning at five o'clock. We regret to learn that Clark McAr- thur is confined to his home by an ab cew en his leg. Hope he may speedily recover. W.& A. McArthwr will have a new ad vertisement in our uoxt Issue and we would advise all of our citizess to look out for it. The Chicago Inter Oeean of Saturday gave quite an extended notice of the or ganization of Cheboygan Legion -No. 3, Select Knights. The rear crew on the Rainy river drive got lost Saturday evening, and it was one o'clock Sunday morning boforo they were fonnd aud piloted to camp. The new time card of the Michigan Central railroad is announced to take effect the 17th inst. The night train will probably go on at that date. Dr. T. A, Perrln arrived home Satur day night. He reports the cry of dull times wherever he went auJ think bus iness is a i good in Cheboygan as any- wnere else. W. & A. McArthur's saw mill will net start to sawing for some days yet, They are waiting for Mcintosh's drive to get down to furnish logs to keep the mill running. Bargains in dry fcoods at W. & A. McArthur's. Th' Ste.. Marie brought dowu about 800 empty beer kegs from the '"Soo" for J. F. Moloney & Bra. This would indi cate that some beer was consumed at that place the past winter. Remember the Fay Templeton Opera company to-morrow evening and Satur day afternoon and eveniug. It is seldom Cheboygan has an opportunity to enjoy hearing suea an excellent entertain ment. Up to noon yesterday only fifteen pa- loon keener in the village had paid their 300 tax for license. Jerry Hopper is the only saloon keeper outside of Che boygan, In the county, who had paid a tax. Ho was the first man in tlu county to come dowu with his cash. Owing to the illness of Rev. Northrup, there were no services held last Sunday at the Methodist church, lie was taken quite suddenly aud was seriously ill, but we understand Is improving, and we hope will fully recover and be able to resume the duties of his church. According to the Detroit Post parties in Emmet, Charlevoix, and Cheboygan counties are talking up the organization of a fair association to embrace the three counties. Wo can find no person in Cheboygan that knows anything about tho matter but such an effort may be being made. C. R. Smith says there was consider able old ice in the river at the "Soo" when the Messenger arrived and that the winter road across the ice could be plainly seen. They had to run up into the locks and then back inside the ice to get at their dock. W. S. Humphrey returned from Lan sing last Saturday night. He cannot way when the new county bill will come before the Senate, but thinks that When it does it will be defeated, and conie quently the county of Sumner will not be organized at nrc.iont, and our Indian River friends will have to be content to remain where they are. Rev. J. Homer Parker, formerly pastor of the Congregational ehurch of this village, but more recently in charge of a ehurch at Augusta, Ga., has aeceptoi a call to the pastorate of a Congregation al church at Storm Lake. Iowa, and has entered upon his work. Mr. and Mrs Parker are kindly remembered by many friends in Cheboygan who will join with the Tribune ia wishing them great success in their new field. Quay & Son are hauling shingles to Baker's dock for shipment. Choice novelties in spring shawls at VY. & A. MCARTHUR'S, The Shakespeare club meet this even ing with the Misses Bockes. Fred Denny Larke, of the Presque Isle County Advance, was In tewn yesterday. Packard Brothers expect to start their saw mill to sawing the first of next week. II. N. Mason, of Clyde, Ohio, arrived last Saturday for a yisit with his father, N. B. Mason. If you want to see an elegant display of wall paper visit W. E. Ross estab lishment. See his ad. Messrs Sutherland & Forsyth have made a great improvement In the ap pearance of the interier of their drug store. From the amount of .goods being te- eeiyed oy our Cheboygan merchants an eyery boat we woul.i not imagiue they anticipated dull times. The school children are already begin ning to count the weeks uutil their va cation. Soven more weeks and they think they will be free. Moloney Bros, received their machine for manufacturing pop, ginger ale and other summer drinks a few days since by rail, and expect to have it set ep ready for work the first of next week. We would eall attention to an artiele on another page taken from the North western Lnmberman, Chicago, entitled A New Industry." The sawdust and clay are to be had here in abundance. Cashmeres and Attoman cloths in the newest shades at W.& A. McArthur's. John M. Dowllng Is giving the Metro politan billiard room a thorough reno vating, anc says ho Intends keeping a place where gentleman can find real en joyment in a social game of billiards. He has secured the services of Alex.' At kinson as btr tender. A little boy, son of a Mr. Hobacher re siding at Geyersvillle, cut off one the fingers of his Iejt hand, Tuesday while trying to chdp a turnip with a hatchet. His father brought him to town and Dr. T. A. Perrln stitched the Ffinger on and thinks it will come out all right. Last week some of the officers had quite a lively race after a prisoner that tried to escape from their clutches. They were taking him up the jail, and when near tlie Grand Central he made a break for liberty, but was ovefhauled and oap tnred just a'ove Court street on Main. Parties at Indian Riyer are so confi dent that there is coal in that vicinity that they are making preparat'ons to to bore down to satisfy themselves on the point. Should they strike a good vein it would bo better .for our friends in that burr than becoming the county seat of the would be county of Sumner. Quite a number were iu attendance at the court house Mouday, expecting the annual sale of lands for delinquent tax es to take place, but they were disap pointed, as the sa le had been postponed in accordance with a joint resolution adopted by both Houses of the Legisla ture. Lands bid In by the state at the state at tho last sale, for the taxes of 1881, wero the only ones offered for sale. The Bay City Tribune has moved Into larger and more convenient quarters in the Breslor block, on Saginaw street near the corner of Fifth. Tho movo was made necessary by a rapidly .increasing business, and from the description given we should judge the new quarters fill the bill in every respect. The Tribune is an honor to the "third city," and is worthy of the support it evidently ra- celyes. The building was built express ly to supply the wants of a minting of fi9, snd we congratulate Mr, Bennett and all concerned in securing such hand some quarters and wish then abundant success. , April 22nd W. 0. Moore took Ms de parture for Chicago stating he wo.il 1 be absent about a week or ton days. His f absence being prolonged beyond that period his friends were beginning to be somewhat solicitious, but the announce meat in last Friday's Chicago papers that a marriage license had been issued April, 30th to William f!. Moore of Che boygan Alien., and Mary Throne of Mon terey, Wis., seemed to explain the reason of his prolonged stay. The lady 13 not a stranger in Cheboygan by any means and Mr. Moore and bride will be hoarti ly welcomed home by many warm friends who will wish them many years of pros perltyand happiness. The firewardens have some interesting experiences while out making official visits to different premises in the pil lage. V Messrs Murray A Rich shipped quite a lot of machinery on the Messenger Sat urday morning to the Gardner Spry Lumber Company, Sailors Encampment. E. A. Farrell has charge of McDonald Brothers tin shop. Edaou is too well known in Cheboygan to need any recom mendation, his work speaks for itself. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patterson enter tained a number of friends last evening very pleasantly at their home on Water street, progressive whist being a feature of the evening. Cheboygan is a day ahead of Traverse City in the arrival of the first boat. The first boat at the latter place arrived Sat urday while the City of Alpena arrived here early Friday morning.. It Is claimed that Thompson Smith's Sons got out some of the finest logs the past winter ou Rainy river ever cut In this section. They have a stick of tim ber that Is 59 feet lone and 33 inches quare. Representative Hampton- was in De troit Monday, and according-to the Free Press he thinks the session of the Legis lature will last until the first of June. The most formidable thing that the body has yet to encounter is the appor tionment of the State, W. & A. MoArthur intended raising their ware house and dock about eigh teen inches higher this spring,.and had the plank hauled for replanking the dock, but found they would not have time to complete it in time for boats and so postpo'ned the work uitil next winter. ' A letter has been received at Ann Ar bor from Mrs. Randolph Rogers in which she states that her husband has com menced packing his entire collection of statuary, for the purpose of shipping them to Ann Arbor as a donation to the Michigan University. The collection comprises all the works produced by our Michigan sculptor during his lcg and active life devoted to art, and is a mu nificent gift to our leading institution. learning, and a benefaction that occurs but seldom in any country. Messrs Fax and Lent have in prepara tion a programme for a concert to be given at the Opera House Friday evening of next week. May 15th. They v have se cured the services of the leading local ' talent to assist them. Both these ru- tlemen are favorites with the music loving people of our village, aud have al ways cheerfully responded to any call upon them for assistance at any of our local entertainments, and we have no doubt our citizens will manifest their appreciation of their services by giving them a rousing reception next Friday evening. Tt is needless to say thai the programme will bo an excellent one, and a very enjoyable eveniug may be antici pated. The Menomine and Sault Ste. Marie railway conipauy (no business office in Michigan given) filed articles of Incor poration with the Secretary of SUta last week. Capital stock $2,000,000. JohnS. Pillsbury, John Martin, George A. Camp, J. K. Sidle, William II. Eustis and D. W. Washburn, all of Minneapolis, Minn., di rectors. This road is.to run from a point on the boundary line between Wisconsin aud Michigan between the mouth of Pine river aud tho mouth of Pike river in Menominee county, thence in an east erly direction through the counties of Menominee, Marqnette, Delta, School craft Mackinac and Chippewa to Sault Ste. Mario village and river. The longth of the road is about 20u miles, to be con structed of "T" rails and of a gauge ex ceeding 2)i feot.- The Detroit and Cleveland Steam Nav igation Company has issued an illustra ted pamphlet setting forth the advanta ges of their line and describ ing the prin ciple points of.lnteres.t'along their loute. Alpena aud Cheboygan rather catcna scoring on account of log obstructing the harbors. Of Cheboygan, In referring to trouble occasioned by log it says: "Hero ia, an instance where it would seem that 'might makes right' the pleas ure of the lumber kings being more potent than the local government, which they Ae largely instrumental in creating. Were a lot of farm wagons tobleck their street the owners would soon be brought to an account from those same obstrue tionists but tho shipping, the best ele ment of their prosperity, mint bear the Indignities without redress."