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CHEBOYGAN, MICIL, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1885.
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THURSDAY. JULY 2, 1885.
Go by advertisements, or 'what this or
that one may tell you about the best
place to buy a watch or any other article
. to be found in a Jewelry Store, but use
your, own good judgement and see for
yourself, and you will always find that
Fexer. the old reliable Jeweler, has the
wherewith to suit you in
PRICE, QUALIT AND STILE
Fcxcr, tlio Jeweler,
I will close out my stock of Hock
ford "Watches consisting of 7, 9, 11
and 15 Jewel, key and stem winding
movements, in open face or hunting
AT ACTUAL COST,
These movements are all now and
warranted. This is a rare opportu
nity to get a
Rockford. Watch at Factory Price,
In all Its branches promptly done and war-ranted.
L. T. LIMPERT,
HILL & MASON;
Office two doors south or Rank Building opno
sits Bennett block, Main St., Cheboygan, Mich.
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TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN,
II. A. WETJIORE'S
BANK OF CHEBOYGAN,
In office formerly occupied by Humphrey
Ch-oboygan, - Mich.
good endorsed bankable paper. Buy and sell
drafts on New York, Detroit, Chicago and
principle cities In the United States, Canada
and European countries.
Accounts of mMvlmnfa. lnmiurm.
factnrers, farmers, and others resncetfully
A Savings Department is connected with the
Bank which will receive deposits of $1.00 and
upward on which interest will be paid.
Prompt and careful attention will be given
to all busiaess Intrusted to our car.
Agent for White Star Line
btcamors, to and from Europe.
BANKING HOURS :
0 a. m. to 12 ra., and 1 to 4 p. m. Sat
urday eyeningi, 7to8p. m.
H. A. Wotmoro
Trade with W. & A. McArthnr.
Fred Banker arriyed home trom
Olivet college Friday evening.
J. C.'Taggart Is having largo trade In
connection with his bakery business.
Good work secures trade in any busi
ness. Don't forget the concert on Wednes
day evening of next week. A fine pro
gramme has been prepared and there
shoald be a full bouse.
Miss Bertha Bunker left on the City
of Mackinac Tuesday afternoon for
Pennsylvania, where she will make quite
an extended visit with relatiyes.
Miss Simons who had boen teaching
school at Manistinue. sterned over In
Cheboygan a few days, the guest of Mrs.
a. r. Newton, on her way to her borne
A elight break in the gang at the mill
or the Cheboygan Lumber Co. occurred
last Friday forenoon. Messrs. Murray
& Rich repaired It and it is successfully
at woric again.
Entertainments of all kindj have
been very numerous In Cheboygan of
lait, vui our people cannot airord tombs
the concert of Miss Carrie Magoffin cu
vi eenesday evening next.
The fiscal year closed Tuesday and yet
many who thought they had their politi
cal calling and election assured with
the expiring days of the year are still
longing for the promised land.
Misses Eliza and Kate McDonald re
turned home from the State Normal
schoolat Ypsilauti, last Thursday even
ing. Their many friends are . glad to
have them back.
The musical concert by Miss Carrio
Magoffin, assisted by Cheboyaa's favor
ite Jocal talent on Wednesday evenlnc
of next week, promises to be a most suc
cessful affair and we would advise all
to secure their Feats early.
The steamboat service changes for
Michigan permit the postmasters at
Cheboygan and Detour to exchange mail
Dysare and suitable steamboats three
times per week from uly l, 1855, te the
close of navigation, 18S5, without ex
pense te the department.
P. M. Dorman has rented the stand
formerly orculed by Will VanVAlLon.
burg as a fish market, and will keep at
an times a etoek ef choice-bntter, eggs
and vegetables. The freezor In th
bnildiilgis just the thing for keeping
ma uuuer in gooa condition.
Post & Mills received.a new flag Fri
day morning ordered especially for dla
play on the Fourth, but they ran it up
on the staff on top of their handsome
Dusiness block and allowed it to fly to
Dreeze tnai day. Numerous were the
enquiries as to why it was heisted.
A strawberry festiyal will be held In
the Tviggsville school house Taesday.
Juiy an. ine object of the festival is
to raise money to assist in paying the
salary of Key. Warner, paster of tha
Riggsville church. In additioiLto a fina
feast a most enjoyable time socially may
ue anticipated. ,
W. W. Strohn returned home last
Saturday from the Spanish riyer timber
region, taking passage at Sault Ste
Marie on the Messenger. He reports
vasi quantities of standing pine in that
section, with considerable rock elm and
aye the streams are numerous and
plenty of water for running out logs.
Daring Mrs. Dowllngs absence from
home last Friday, a cat made a raid on
the bird cage after their sweet singing
ittuaiy, mi cage was Knocked down
and the bird eseaped, bat was afterward
captured and returned by some boys
much to the delight of Mrs. Dowling.
The bird was so badly frightenod that it
refused to slag for some days. Previous
to the attack it was one of the best
wardlers in town.
The marriage of Miss Ella Jordan and
Mr. E. D, Brooks, of San Francisco, Cal
ifornia, took place at the resideace of
the brides mother last Thursday after
noon in the presence of tho relatives
and a few intimate friends and former
schoolmates of the fair bride. Numer
ous elegaat presents were bestowed up
on the bride and warm congratulations
extended. The happy couple departed
that evening for the Golden Gate where
they will make their future hose.
Lemonade stands promise to be thick
on tho Fourth.
Elsewhere we give the new time card
of the G. It. & I. railroad, which went
Into effeet Juno 21st.
Reserved teats for Miss Magoffin's con
cert will be oa sale at Cooper'a drug
siore commencing Monday next.
The Messenger will give an excur
sion to the Island on the' 4th of Jnlv
leaving at 2 p. in. and returning at 6
Clement advertises ten stvlaa at 3 no
shoes this week.
Those who wish to participate in the
games and races on the Fourth should
made their entries at the drasr storo ef
Sutherland & Forsyth as early a3 possi
J. C. Taggart has opened a branth
store on Third street. He is now mak
ing a specialty of ice cream and is put
ting tho same up In fancy moulds for
By the death of C. R. Mabley, which
occurred Tuesday morning, Detroit loses
one of her most prominent ana enter.
prising citizens and the state one of its
most liberal contributors to charitable
enterprises, a man universally esteemed
by his vast army of employes.
Tho eup for the prize In the rifle eon
test on the Fourth between the Cheboy
gan Gun club team .aad a team from
Fort Mackinac, arrived this morning,
and Is on exhibition in the wiadow of
A. L. Fexer's jewelry store. It Is a
Mrs Bartlett has leased tho TTnlon
House and will open it July 4th as a
$i.w per day house. She is a moat x.
cellent cook and wit! Ralph Brown as
manager.tho house will get its share of
the trade. See advertijement in anothar
There was a man once oa a time, who
tho't him wondrous wise. He swora bT
all the fabled gods he'd never 'advertise.
But the goods were advertised era lonj-.
and thereby hangs a tale: the ad. was
set in nonpareil, ad -ncaded "Sheriff'.
The newspapers of this section hav
beou very liberal in their notices of nnr
coming Fourth of July celebration, for
all of which the people of Chebovcan ar
grateful and would be pleased to hav
the entire press of Northern Michlgau
with them on that occasion,
A brilliant raetor passed oyer Cheboy
gan snortiy after ten o'clock Tuisday
night. It was so brilliant that it threw
the 'bright moon completely in the
shade, while it lasted. It appeared like
a huge electric light, and when it burst
displayed all the hues of the rale bow.
G. W. Bunker & Co., have rot their
stock of crockery and glassware in shape
and intend opening their store to the
public at 8 p. ra. this evening
They have a nice stock of goods
and making a specialty of tho
crockery business will enable them, to
carry a iun ij;e at all times.
A. L. Fexer has manufactured six
very handsome medals to be given as
prizes, for the boat races on the 4th. Tha
medal for the first iyrize in the single
scull race is especially striking and
does credit to Mr. Fexer'e taste and skill
as a workman. The Medals together
with other prizes will be exhibited in Mr.
Fexer's show window.
Miss Jessie Forsyth returned to her
home in Bay City en Tuesday last.
Robert Robinson has taken the eon
tract of bringing ont Mattoon'e drive ef
logs in Maple river, and is getting them
down in good shape.
The Mary eatered upon the inland
ronto yesterday in connection with the
Northern Bell, and had five through pas
sengers for Petoskey for her flrsi trip.
The ladles of the Congregational
ehurch will occupy the store formerly
occupied by Geo. E. Fax for their straw
berry, ice cream and lunch room on the
fourth of July.
The hose companies have besn prac
ticing faithfully for the contest en the
Fourth and all have been inakiug good
time. An interesting and exciting con
test may be expected.
The Opera Heuse aheuld be erowded to
its utmost capacity this evening to lis
ten to the Madame Fry Cencert Com
pany, as the entertainment is for the
benefit of a worthy local object.
Cheboygan Legion, No. 3. of Select
Knleiits, have leased Kesseler's hall for
a term of years and will hereafter meet
there. The next regular meeting. will
he held Thursday evening, July Oth.
Rev. A. W. Westgate was called to
Petoskey on busiaess last week and was
unable to get back until the first of this
week, consequently there were no servi
ces at the Congregational church last
The Minnie M, will leave for Sault Ste
Mane at midnight to-morrow night.
fcne does this in order to reach Sault Ste
Marie early in tee day on the Fourth to
fill engagements made for the day at
The Michigan Exchange is now hav
ing a daily bill of fare printed at the
Tribune job rooms. The bill shows that
the Exchange ia setting an excellent
table and we are glad to know is re
ceiving a liberal patronage.
W.S.Smith has taxen the manart-
mentof the Mallet Lake House and al
ready has several guests. The hotel is
one of the finest in northern Michigan
and its location one of the pleauntest
among all of the summer resorts of the
Mrs. Spencer Hill has removed htr
fruit and confectionery store and res
taurant, to the Farrell block and has
her rooms nicely fitted up and well
stocked with goods. Her dining room is
larre and pleasant, and meals will be
served at all hours.
With this number ends volume 10 of
the Northern Tribune and next week
the paper will enter upon its eleventh
year. Tho paper has a larger subscrin-
tion list than since .it was established
and Is enjoying a steady growth. Its
patronage was never before so large in
every department, and for this endorse
ment of the paper and the work execu
ted in the job department.we cannot bat
feel grateful to the citlzeis of Cheboy
gan and surrounding country. The of
fice is better prepared than ever to do
word in tho best style, haviar added
largely to the material and increased
our force ef efficient workmen.
The school taught by G. S. Moore in
district No. 2 township of Beaugrand
closed a very suecefsf ul year by a errand
picnic in Sammon's grove, near the fair
grounds, last Saturday. A very Inter
esting programme was presented, con
sisting of readings, recitations and sing-
ag Prof. Philips, of Toledo. 0.. was
present and fayored those present with
musio on his violin, and SDorts and
games were indulged In aid a ban tit
time enjoyed. The patrons of the school
congratulated Mr. Moore yery heartily
upon his success as a teacher, Mr.
Moore left Saturday night for Fenton,
where he will spend his vacation.
Remember the eoncert at the Opera
House this evening by Madame Fry's
Concert Compaiiy. It will be one of the
finest entertainments ever given in
Cheboygan. The press all over the coun
try, wherever Madame Fry and her tal
ented daughters have appeared are un
animous In the highest eneoreiums of
The City of Alpena could not get up
to her dock yesterday morning on ac
count of logs and a raft ef timber block
ing the channel. The tug Cuyler run
down and took of the passengers and
baggage and landed them at McArthur's
wharf. The logs had been taken care
of by the time she got back and she
came in all right.
Charles II. Miner and Nellie M. Iiax
ton were married in Detroit last Thurs
day, June 23th, 1885. Mr. Miner was a
former resident of Cheboygan, being
employed In the office of our cotompora
ry and n well and fayorably known by
a majority of our citizens, all of whom
will ioin with tha TnrnrvF In wUMnir
he and bride all the pleasure this life
The Washington correspondent of the
Detroit Free Press says: "Cdngrtunn
Fisher, of the Bay City District, is qui-
ly nrging forward appointments ia hu
district and there is every promise now
that the result of his labors will soon be
made known." There are several in Che
boygan standing with their mouths wide
open ready to eatch the plums when
they fall In this portion of the district.
Miss Marie Carlyle oi roller skates,
and Miss Ethel Yokes on the bicycle ap
peared at the rink Tuesday and Wednes
day evenings and gave exhibitioni of
their skill. Beth proved themselves ex
perts in their lines and executed the
most difficult movements with a grace
and skill that elicited the admiratloiof
all preseat and won for them hearty
applause, The attendance both evenings
G. L' Waldorf, of Indian Riyer, was In
town yesterday. .
Chas. S. Hampton, of Harbor Springs,
delivers the oratloa at Adrian ou the
Owing to a press of other mattsr we
have been obliged to omit our usual ma
The excursion on the Messenger Sat
urday evening to Spectacle Reef was
J. M. Feitherly, editor of the Au
Bauble Monitor, was a welcomo caller at
the Tribune office Monday.
Saenre your seats for the Gaylord
Band Concert at Cooper's drug store in
ad ran ce. rnd avoid the rush.
Madame Fry Concert Company at tho
Opera Honue this evening. A rnre treat
In storo for all who may attend.
Our business mea should at lat iioA
their stores from 1 p. m. until 0, on the
Fourth, even if they cannot do for a
The Northwestern Hospital is now (al
ly completed ami furnished and next
SaturdHy will be open for the infection
of the public.
Mrs. 0. B. Wied and Miss Mary New
ton her sister, who .:ad been visiting her
at Manlstiqne, arrived on the Minnie M.
Don't forget the concort ly the Gav-
iord City Band on tho evening of the
Fourth. It will be a Citing clone to (he
The three heavy weights of our police
force aggregate 72 pounds lit weight.
When all three sit down on one prisoner
he knows they are there.'
The Detroit evening papers are now
received in Cheboygan early the next
morning. So raueh for the nlht train
on the Michigan Central.
John MeCuaig returned last week front
his tour into the upper peninsula aid
portlone of Witonlo. He snys ii old
ot strike a town in his trip as good for
business as Cheboygan.
Chas. H. Eby has purchase! tin bakery
branch of Melville Bros, business. Mr.
Eby is a floe workman and will keep his
goods on sale at several ef the grocery
and will be sold by Melville Bros, at
their place of basiaess on Third street.
I A drummer tried to sell U. Clumbers
a lot of fane for advertising purposes,
but Mr. Chambers believes In putting
his advertisements whero they will do
him the most good and hence takes a
column in the Tribune. All will be in
terested in his ad.
James F. Moloney & Bro., are thought,
fuland considerate. Kuowlng Hut the
Fourth of July could not be duly cele
brated without something to di laic and
realizing the usual financial condition
of printers was not sueh as to enable
them to invest vory extensively, they
kindly left at the fmitUNE office an as
sorted case of their choice soft drinks.
It has been duly sampled, and the unan
imons verdiet is that for a nfreshing
beverage, the summer drinks maaufas
tared by these gentlemen cannot be ex
celled. Everybody keeps t hem for sale
and if you do not deKire to take our word
for it try them ami see how it is for
" irnt! ('n-rt.
Miss Carrie M. Magoffin Is preparing
a programme for a grand concort to be
given at the Opera House next Wednes
day evening. She will be ated by
the leadsng local talent of Cheboygan,
including Misses Carrie Duvis and
Mamie Kirtland. two nrima favnrlt nr
Cheboygan who will be homo in time to
take part. The following Is the pro
gramme and from it oar cUIzoms ean
see what a rare treat is in store for
them. Miss Magoffin Is one of our most
accomplished musicians and has always
manifested a willingness to contribute
to the success of entertainments for
local benefits and is entitled to a sub
stantial benefit on this occasion, and we
have no doubt our citizens, by a large
attendance, will show their appreciation
of Miss Magoffin's valuable services in
1. Piano Duet-
Misses Magoffin and spencer.
2. Vocal Solo Mix Mamlo Kirtland.
5. PlanoSolo Little Kill Humphrey.
4. Violin Solo Mr. I. S. Toojht.
6. Vocal Solo MlssPonnar, 1t.
6. limitation Dr. hutherland. f
7. TlanoSolo Miss Carrio M.Magonin.
8. Vocal Trio-
Messrs. Frank, A I. and Lnu Kollo,
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1. rinno Duet-
Misses MagofTln and Humphrey.
2. Vocal Solo Mr. Frank Kollo.
U. Recitation, (piano accompaniment)
4. Vocal Polo Miss Mamie Kirtland.
o. loan solo Mr. 1.8. Cooper.
. Vocal Kolo, (comic). .Mr. I II. Wlegaml.
7Vocal Solo Miss Doana f. IutI.
8. Vocal Trio ,
Messrs. Frank, AU and Loi Hollo,