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THE NORTHERN TKIBUNJ3J, APRIL 7.1888.
Northekn Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 7. 1883. Perraual. Louis Purcell left Thursday night ior ins nome in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patterson, left luursday fur a short visit among friends Miss 1. ii.uk Baker returned home yesterday morning. Her brother Harry met iiur at Detroit. Rev. A. W. v kst(;ate of Alneua. ar rived in the village this morning for a iew uays visit witn nis sons. Charles R. Smith left for Reuton Harhor Tuesday moiiung to accompany the Messenger on tier first trip or tne season. Thomas Crow arrived down from the upper peninsula Thursday morning, having accepted a position with South ern Michigan Cedar and Lumber Co. Rev. R. M. Thompson and family ar rived Thursday morning and have come with the intention of making Cheboygan their home. At present they are stop ping with Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Chandler. Albert Todd arrived up from Detroit yesterday morning and leaves to-night to return. He says they expect to com mence siuking the cribs for the Michi gan Central's new dock, next Monday morning. Henry J. Miner went to St. Ignaco Tuesday, returning Wednesday evening. He did a good business, in the interest of their merchant tailoring department, receiving orders for a number of suits from some of the leading citizens of the uiiy or tne straits. HI lira u Flab CoimiiiNNloii, The Fish Commission of the state as at present organized consists of: Andrew J. Kellogg, Detroit: JoeJ. C Parker, Grand Rapids; John H. Bissel, Detroit. Superintendent -Oren M. Chase, De troit. Secretary Herschel Whittaker, De troit. Applications for Ash should be address ed to the Superintendent. All reports, papers, and communications in regard to wie general ousiness or me commis sion should be addressed to the Secretary Woulbor Report for the Week ending Tburrfay l. eulug April 5, I gg3. II DATE. Friday on Saturday MM........... 'M Sunday Z7. 1 Mondav Tuesday .V.V..V.V.V.V.".."...".... 3 Wednesday a Thursday !'.!""""""!" 5 Mi N Je 4 24! 10 6 211 29 - 26 n -0 80 26 18 43 36 30 42 34 341 451 32 Prevallng course of the wind for the week has been westerly Weather pleas ant, with frosty mornings Rain fall U of an inch. A Large Stock OF - MliiUicr with Hall u M11 1 On'a sultrv Si thunderinir awav at h is dmwv tion. ihj majority of which would go to sleep in spite of all his efforts. At last he shouted: "Wake on hrof ThurQ iu a man preuching to you who has only wan. a Dim i uu 1U8 oacK. it woke them treniendouslv. Th iiHt w a ,iaifln tion of ladies visited th I1U IMIIIIKru u ml presented the preacher with a package uMiiaiumg some very nice shirts, saying that it Was a shame that, ha ulwmM 1,.. reduced to half a shirt to his back. He replied, after accepting the shirts with thanks, that he was not liromiiv ed to half a skirt nlthnntrh ha a half on his back: he wore th r:w half in front of him Pnm v vi NmL The .'l Hilar Company. No definite action has been taken by mo Mate Military Hoard, so far as we can learn in regard to the acceptance of the Cheboygan military company as i. - A a 1 -A a tT pari or tne state troops, aitnougn we understand the prospects of its accep tance are quite favorable. There are some things which, we think, if they were considered, snouin nave consider able influence with the board. Location. At present there is no com pany in tne soutnern peninsula norm or Alpena belonging to any regiment. The southern portion of the state has a large number of companies, Northern Michigan is comimg to the front rapidly and has claims that should not be ignored. Cheboygan is situated at the extreme northern portion of the lower peninsula, is noted for the enter prise and push of its citizens, is within easy access at all seasons of the year of all parts of the state, much more so than Alpena, and there is but little question that in the near future will be far ahead in population of any place in the northern part of the lower penisula. Thero is no other town in this part ot the state with a company organized and seeking admissiou as a part of the state troops. The Company. The names enrolled embraces som of our most active and leading citizens, men who make a suc cess of any enterprise they undertake. They have taken hold of this matter de termined to make it a success and are giving their time and attention to the preliminary measures in a manner that shows they mean business. The officers selected are men of experience and ful ly competent for the positions, and this, taken in connection with the interest taken by the rank and file would indi cate that, if admitted, the company would soon take a front rank for pro ficiency in drill, and do themselves and our vinage nonor and ne a credit to the regiment of which they shonld form a part. The citizens take pride in the organization and hope the companvwill be accepted. The Algomah don't seem to know that thero is any ice in the straits. A. W. Westgate & Sons have received their new stock. Read advertisement and call. The young ladies of the Aftermath so ciety are becoming quite proficient in the broom drill. All persons holding numbers for the China tea set at F. C. McDonald's store are requested to call next Tuesday even ing and get their chromo. The "Continentals" give a concert at the town hall next Monday evening. They are highly complimented by the press, where they have appeared, and we fhonldjudge give a ver venjoyable en tertainment. Joseph D. Sutton, a former resident of this village, a brother of Judge Sutton, was married to a Kansas lady, at Fort Scott, Kan., last Tuesday. His numer ous friends join with the Tribune in congratulations. Miss M. W. Smart leaves to-morrow evening to purchase new goods and ex nects to be absent about a week, dnrinor which time her store will be closed. The ladies of Cheboygan and vicinity mav anticipate a fine line of millinery and fancy goods upon her return. Joseph Spooner is getting ready to move his meat shop to the Huron street end of his lot, preparatory to building his brick block. He expects to start it to (be rear next Monday. While the new building is going up he will dis pense meat from the Huron street end of his lot. Select vonr wall before the stook in h Smith &Co.'s ' rsew spring prints and ginghams Mc Arthur, Smith & Co.'s Have you any pictures that yon wnnt i.1.! UI """ki ihko mem to v ixson s photograph gallery and have the work done cheap, don't give them to a starve- uuk agent ana pay tnree prices. Talk is cheap, but Roots and Shoes are i-iieaper at iviemeill 8. Trimmed Hats from $1.00 up, at Miss. M. W. Smart's WALL PAPER DECORATIONS, &c Of the Newest Designs Just Re ceived ut SMYTH & GO'S JEWELERS & STATIONERS. Main St., Cheboygan, Mich. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE ! Goods Marked in Plain Figures ! at ' Ultt FURNITURE FOR SALE, EVERYTHING required to furnish a six or l- ruum nouse neatly, including- u Marble Top Bedroom Set, Stoves, Dishes and all Household Goods, At a Bargain. For particulars inqure at the inuiTrf oiore or Ptf J. J. CUE NY. FIVE DOLLARS REWARD. WILL be paid for evidence sufficient to Convict t hi- xnonlr thiol .... i tures from my .-how case. O. 8. WIXSON. Farm for Kent. Oil tlie Chehoriran Hint Mnail . Chetoygan village, in a high state of cultiva tion, L'ixmI Ixiiliiillira. vixi.l fnr ., .,.,.,11 fruit powing and truck fanning. Will he leased with or without farming iuipiiuients. Good chance for a man of moderate means! APPV w J HN W. SMITH. junbr. MAIN STREET Cheboygan, - Mich. You can get your Laundrying done as wen ai mis lannary as at any laun dry in Detroit as elsewhere. If you don't believe this bring your work and see for yourselves. Call and see me The Only Laundry in Town. H. HALE COBB. Proprietor. ."bTotlce. A LL PERSONS having a number ON THE CHINA TEA SET at III v Store will nlra fall T,.,.u,la,- - - - , got the Chromo. f. c. Mcdonald. 320 ACRES FREE! -IN THK- Devils Lake, Turtle Mountain, And Mouse River Country. NORTHERN DAKOTA Tributary to tho United States Land office at CiRAWD IOKKH, DAKOTA. SECTIONAL MAP and FULL particulars mailed FREE to any address by If. C. DAVIS. Assistant Gcnernl Passenger Agent. St. Faul, Minneapolis So Manitoba B. B. 7apr2m-14t Wishing to:Rednce Our Stork we will Offer Bargains for the Next oixiy nays. Bargains in Men's Suits ! Bargains in Boys' Suits ! Bargains in Men's Overcoats. Bargains in Boys' Overcoats. Bargains in Underwear. Bargains in Hats and Caps. Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Scarfs, Cardigan Jackets, Gloves and Mitts, Cuff Buttons and Scarf Pins, also a Full Line of Underwear, in White, Scarlet and Fancy. A Full Line of Trunks and Valises. Remember, it is no trouble to show Goods. Be sure and call at the Star letting: KouLse RINDSCOFF BROS, Proprietors. MEMBEE THAT LOOK HERE. Nelson & Bullen ARE OFFERING TBE1R ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING! CALL AT i i. mm Store opposite PAQUETT'S 1 i SIS the Postoffice. NEW BLOCK. ACTUAL COST! They are also offering special bargains in their )!! ait Shoe Department ! Which embraces everything that is usually found in a first-class Boot and Shoe Store. Our Entire Stock of Hats & Caps At greatly reduced prices. Call and see Styles and get Prices. NELSON & BULLEN.