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TmENOETHERN TKlBUNlU JUNE 12, 1884.
F.IXA TVIIawELKIfA UOllK A Youuk l.atfy Who Una Already . Written (rr Ouo Hundred Poenii. New York letter iu Detroit Post. On Tuesday I mot Ella Whaeler, the Wisconsin potes8, in Mrs Frank Leslio'8 . offico. She lijul just married, as every body knows, Mr. Wilcox, au intelligent and and wealthy manufacturer, of Merl dea, Conn., and thuy were lingering here on their bridal tour before reg ularly establishing their honeymoon iu the woodon nutmeg state. Mrs Wilcox had a special interest for me, because ehe sold more dollrrs' worth ef muses' productions than any other American poet not exceptiag Whittier, Longfel low, II. II., and Louise Chandler Moalton. . She is between 2i5 and 23. not hand eme, but with a bright, piquant face, weighs 120 perhaps at her best, is a viv acious talker, and wears her dress with jaunty grace. Her costume by the way was a slate colored nuns' veiling;, dress and hat to match, with a mantle 'made of a camels hair ehawl. I asked her to tell me how many poems she had writ ten, adding at random that I had read a thousand. "1 don I know how many," she eaid. "When I counted them last year there wero 1200. I have the disease called 'fatal facility' eaa pio dnct. almost imprcmptu, that 'easy -writing which Byron Bald was awful hard reading. Byron didn't say 'awfulj thoucrh." "She ometlmos snda la a dozen poems at a time here." said Mrs Leslie; "and, by the way, this establishment paid her the first money she ever earned for verse." "Six dollars," chimed In jha author; "I remember it very well, and hew near I came to not getting it." "It was so exceedingly strong and good," explained Mrs. Leslie, "and yet was written in such an unformed hand, that we Hupposedsome school girl was trying to impose on us, and we wrote to Miss Wheeler and asked hr it she was sure she wiote it herself I" "I first wrote" continued Mrs Wilcox, "wnen I was eight years old a novel, -with an original verse at the head of ach ehapter. And if you are going to say anything about me, say I have never written a poem on Spring. Iu fact, the only nature I care for very much is hu man nature. RAN'rWAUD HO! "o the White Mountain an Sea Shore -A. Delightful way of Spend f ng one's Hammer Vacations. The Michigan Central Railroad Com pany, whicn operates the popular "Nia- Vaii. t..t . l rwniiuuiic, aunuuiiiTB us series of pleasure excursions to the White Mountains and sea shore for the season -f 1884. The excursions will be three in number, the dates of departure being "Wednesday, June 25, Tuesday, Jnly 15, :AT TnAflilnv A Hornet K Vnr (ho , five or six years these excursions have &een features of this road which have .Ujsdtnl io popularize it more than any l!iitt?lee. Thousands of the best peo ple of the west, north and south have availed themselves of the opportunities thus offered and spent from two to eight weeks in making the trip, invariably re turning refroshid and invigorated and wholly satisfied. Hundreds of testimo nials have been received and columns of newspaper matter have been written expressive of gratification and highly commending the company for the excel lent provisions made for the comfort of rfiYAtirafnntata Thm ftomnnnv la Aliahlori to offer for the coming series of excur sions new routes and attractions which cannot but be appreciated. Among the points ef interest to be visited may be mentioned Niagara Falls, where the train will cross the new and famous cantilever bridge; Toronto, the St. Law rence river, the beautiful islands and famous rapids of the St. Lawrence, Mon treal, Quebec, Lake Memphremago, Bethlehem, White and Franconia moun tains, Fabyans, Mount Washington, North Conway. Sebago and Crystal lake, Portland, Old Orchard Beach, Rye Beach, Portsmont, Isle of Shoals and nearly all the principle resorts of the Atlantic coast, it would - dc exceedingly dim calt to map out a .more delightful trip on the American continent, especially at the remarkably low rates offered by the Michigan Central, viz; from Toledo $23, and from Detroit, $22 round trip, with corresponding low rates on all connecting lines. Mr. M. C. Roach, the Seuthern Passen . er Agent of the road, Mr.E. H. Hughes, Michigan passenger agent, and Mr. W. H. Greegor, Travelling Passenger Agent. will personally conduct the excursions and g-ive their patrons the benefit of their experience and knowledge of the route. Prior to the date of the several . TinrilAng tViao mill oh.arfrillv nnowir vviu wi uii lint it'll iniatiii tis tiiv ovluu, which should be addressed to M.C. Ronch atToledo.Ohlo.ortoE.il. Hughes. De troit, Mich. Toledo Evening Bee, May 23. Wagon and Blacksmith Shop For Blacksnnthin and "Wagonmaking make HENRY A. BLAKE, A call. All work donb promptly and on honor. Ilepairs ot all kinds promptly attended to. First door north of his Foundry, Main Sr, hebovgan, Mich. HENRY A. BLAKE, Proprietor. IBOZS AND BRASS CASTINGS, Of all kinds promptly made, tSTSTEA?' BOA 7 AND MILL WORK A SPECIALTY. J Purniiure Buyers do not bo deterred from Comincr and Seeincr for Yourselves, bv An Remarks, made by others, that they are Selling as Cheap as us. We are the only House that pay Spot Cash for Every Dollars worth of Goods ordered; hence, wo can give our customers the advantage of that item; besides, we keep the Largest any uesi oeieciea siock in Aiortnern Mcnigan. nanVT" trnkemmA oJLaN Marin fonaV Leave your Order for your SPKING SUIT with My Line of Suitings in Corkscrews, Wors teds, Tweeds, Cashmeres, Serges, &c., in every variety of color, will be especially at tractive this season, and at prices consistant with good work. The Fine Stock of White and Fancy Color ed Dress Shirts, Collars, Neckwear, Hats, Caps, &c. For Sale or Bsnt. THEBRICK STOR Son til of Grand On f nil Hot el vflU bo sold cheap. Terms lo suit Purchaser. Or rented for less limn any store in tho city. En quire of IMiLL & ADAMS. COmnytf I shuU sell at Indian Illvcr the Dtnlcl Kecney tiliinjjle Mill, verjthlny compWo for malting fifty M. per 1ny (in, Juno 1 8 ; to the highest Lldder, at Jlo'clock A. 4'. G.T. LANQDON AMlfftieo. A. J. ROBINSON, WIWG MILL. Sash, Door and Blind Factory. ON THE RIVEIt IN ItEAlt OF MUM! AY & HICH'S FOUNDRY. A Pull Line of Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Mouldings, SASH, DOORS, &c, &c. CONSTANTLY ON HAND Oil MADE TO OKDElt. Store Fronts got up on Short notice. Special attention paid to Contracting and Building. Estimate and plans furnished. SPEttCER HOUSE. CHEBOYGAN. - - MICH. WM. SPENCER, PROP. Tnl popular Hotel Is headquarters for Com mercial Men and Tourists. Kooms, faro and accommodations tho best, location the finest, charges rcasonabl for a llrst class hotel. 5Jun Wliat JJvcrybOilr U'nnt. Is a reliable medicine that nerer doos any harm and that prevents an,j cures aiP9as9 ly keeping the stomach in order, the bowels regular, and the kid ney and liver active. Such a medicine is Parker's riingerronic. It relieves every case, and has cured thousands. Se other column. Tribune.- OZE3 .HjjEJ. T HAVE for falo a miseollanpous lot of per Ders'n.nl nronertv. belonsr to Moses W. Home, late of Che boyan, doeeased, consist ing In part of Horses, Lumber SJeinjlis, LiRlit Sleiglis, Lumber Uason, Uno 1 Horse 'Wncjon, Huies, Culler, j Heavy .and Light ILirucsscs. 1 Kobes, l annlnflr mill. Hay cutter, norsorake, iMowlnir Mnchlno, Window and Door Frames, Lumber, Mdinsr, Floorlnir. rarmlna lmplo ments. Carpenter's tools, nay, iwo cows, eio. whsch will be sold at barirnlns. GKO. W. BRLL, Administrator. ChfboTL'nn. FehrunryCih. 14 . 7ffttf nl CNTv Obtiuncd In tho Limed btates il I til I 'nnd all patent-irrantlnireoun-trlos. by THOMAS 8. SI'KAGIUR & 8N, At torneys anil Counselors In patent cases, 87 VP8t Conp-ress street, Detroit, Mich. Estab lished 20 vears . rampulot free. Correspon dence solicited. HfebJy.a mTwiii i ! Thoso desiring to purchase will'.' find at tho OLD HELIAliLK, a complete stock of Spring and Sum- , mer Goods. Our stock of Staple Diy Goods cannot be beat cither in quality or price. In Fancy Goods it is acknowledged wo carry tho finest ' lino in Town. Ladies' Suitings, La dies' Summer Wraps, Dolmans in , great variety. CAItPETSa good ' line. Hosiery, Gloves and Notions not excelled. HOOTS AND SHOES for the million. All to bo sold at tho very lowest prices. "We don't propose to sell lower than New Vcrk or Chicago prices, but at prices at which we can live and lot live. Thankful for the very liberal trade which has been given us the past year, and respectfully soliciting a con tinuance of the same, wo remain, Truly yours, WETMORE & PADDOCK. mm Is ths latMt Improvement. Th.y lace without hook 0 to catch or .train th. kid. They are instantly laced or unlaced, by the aimpl. pullintr of the cord. They fit th. hand and wrist perfectly, and excel all other, for durability and simplicity of construc tion, eau, and quickness in operation. . PBJCB FSB FAZB. ANY BZZB OS COLOR. OUR STOCK of; I I C3 Wfln 109 HrfifllSlflrie Hfl.fl- fiUMi a a 0 dMouetwo cats j 11 uut:p A nd Cull Lumber always Complete. THE OiLD RELIABLE. M 3 MM Canned goods of all kinds. FIRST CLASS BUTTER A SPECIALTY. All I ask is a trial of my Goods and Prices. Liverv Stable Main Street, opposite A. 2. Newton More. VVher.you can Odd louts TTiJiripiiKEr sc ruituns, COUNSELORS AT LA W, noltt ChoboTgan,Mlch. A. Wi.WESTGATE, IusurancG and Real Estate Agent Office opposite noctoffic. recently crriiril 3novtI by J. P. Sutton. HAY FOR SALE. Bailed ami Ioobo hay f or calo at my farm or delivered in town. S. NElPuTII. G- EO.EDWAUD FllOST. Attorney and Counselor at Luxe. United states Commissioner. Collections Tromptly Made. D R. H. KIETZE. niTSICIAlT, Formerly ThyRlcInn In the Prnsslnn Army, will trent, with mcdlenl skill, all cmei of stcknesa. Pnrtlculnr attention paid to chronic dlscanee. A specialty will be mado of oil complnlntsof the weaker sex. Ofllcs at Central I)rug Store declnag