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1HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 7, 1 885.
southern Tribune. THURSDAY. MAY 7. 1885. I'KOST-FllKEM AN WJSDTHNti. Numerous Had Kleeant Presents. The tuarriagt of Gorjre E. Frost, our worthy village presiJeut, and Mrs. Em ma C. Freeman took place last Thursday evening at the elegant borne of the bride' paruats, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. WaUr man, in the presence of the relatives and a few of the most intimate f rltods of the liappy couple. AH went merry as a mar riage bell, and the ceremoiy was follow ed by sincere aud heartfelt congratula tions. The presents were numerous, el egant and useful, as the following list will show: Warren Waterman, carpet sweeper; Miss Bockes, painted pin cushion; F. E. Ilamel, silver fruit spoon and case; Miss Laura McNall, Terratine vase; Mrs. Wa terman, finger bowls; Bassie Sutton, glove box; Saginaw friends, Emballne pitcher and glasses; Mr. and Mrs. Down ey, tewels; Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Worcester, catrraving and card receiver; Mrs. J. P. Sutton, brush broom and holder; Mr. and Mrs. George G. Wharton, silver nut c;acker and picks; Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Boggs, silver individual casters; Edith Taylor, sliver vase; Fred aud Mary Frost, sugar bowl and creamer; Mrs. T. A. Per rin, silver vase; Mrs. Curtis, fruit cake; Mrs. Frost, mother of groom, berry dish; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smyth, two salts and silver spoon; Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Penny, pair of napkin rings; Mi. and Mrs. Rob ert Patterson, silver jug and tray; Mr, and Mrs. W. S. Farnell.'of Loekport, N. Y.,lace spread and shams; James Free man, easy chair; Misses Marion Pa-Idock and Olive Clover, boquet holder; Mrs. VanArsdale, floral initials; Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Taylor, silver individual carter; oride's mother, set of china; bride to groom, easy chair; groom to bride, easy chair; Mr. and Mrs, Charles Stetson, of Buffalo, N. Y silver pitcher and tray. The First IloHt. The City of Alpena, of the Detroit and Cleveland Steam Navigation Company's line of efegant steamers, has the honor of being the first boat to arrive at Che boygan for the season of 1885. She reached here Friday morning about two, o'clock, bringing a large amount of freight. Arriving at so unseemly an hour, not many were on hand to greet Cant. Stewart and his craft, though we can assure him that everybody was glad he got here and navigation has opened once more. As the boat remained until about six o'clock unloading freight be fore she departed for Mackinac and St. Ignace, many made her an early call. She returned in the afternoon and came into port with her handsome colors, pre sented by the citizens of Alpena in hon or of her uame, all flying to the breeze, A large crowd wa9 on the' dock to greet her. Captain StHwartsays they encouuter ei but very little ice on the up trip until they were about ten miles below Light Heuse point, where they met quite a field of solid ice which they had to run around. The boat comes out looking as well as she ever did, evrything being in the best shape and as ueat aud taty as could be made. She was warmly wel comed at Mackinac and St. Ignace. Fay Templcton. On Friday, Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening, May 8th and 9th, Miss Fay Tetnpletori; America's greatest com ic opera prima donna -with tlie Star Opera Co. will visit Cheboygan on their way east. This will be the musical eveat of the season, and our patrons would do well to embrace the opportuni ty of seeing this great artiste. On Fri day evening they will produce the "Mas cotte" Fay in her great creation of But tin) with John Templeton the funniest of Lorenzo's. Saturday matinee at two o'clock "The Coquette" will be given, with Fay in three characters, and Satur day night Lecog's masterplece,"01ivette," with guitar duos In Spanish and Eng lish by Fay and Allci .Vane. Reseryed seats at Cooper's. . . ., Fleasant llennlon. Ia Detroit April 21st, after a separa tion of seventeen years an interesting reunion of relative joeenrred. The gath ering consisted of G. W. Crosby of that city and his four slaters, Mrs. A. F. Mil lard, of Livonia; Mrs. G. M.Wright, of Wlchata. Kan.; Mrs A. L. Ackley, of Manistee, aud Mm. Allen Smith of Che boygan, who met at 731 4th avenue De troit to ylslt their oaly surviving Aunt Marietta Lmlaa aril daughter, Mrs. C. II. Ilurlbert. The occasion was charac terized by plea3ont remlnlscjucai, fare wells, and good wishes, leaving memo ries that will be cherished during the lifetime of those present, Mesirs Millard and Ackley were also among the num ber present. We ate offering ladies cloths and tri cotsnow shades at very low prices. W. & A. McArtdur. Hand Reorganized. The Cheboygan Cornet band has been reorganized and will soon begin practic ing again. The organization ineludes a membership of twelye. The services of M. D. Moran of Evansville, Ind., late of .the 4th U. S. Cavalry, have been seenred as band master and It is expected that he will arrive to-morrow. He comes recommended as a skillful musician and suceessful instructor. As soon as they get fairly into practice the boys propose favoring our citizens with an open air concert once a week. At the organiza tion the following officers were elected: Manager W. A. Lyons. Treasurer M. J. Kesseler. Secretary Charles Ebv. We are glad that the organization is again on solid footing and we trust the utmost harmony may prevail and look for favorable progress. They have the material for a good band and there is no reason with a competent instructor and faithful practice, why they should not take rauk with the best bauds of North ern Michigan. Geo. E. Frost, now President of the village of Cheboygan, was born at Pon tine 35 years ago. When a young man he commenced his law studies in the of fice of Judge Baldwin, perfeeted himself under Alfred Russell, of Detroit, and was admitted to the bar of that city. He then directed his steps toward Cheboy gan, where he has since remained, prac ticing law. Becoming 'prominent in politics, ho was elected President of the village in '83 '81 '85, against the strong est element the opposing party could put up against hitn. He is also holding the olflce of Justice of Peace is one of the main pillars of the church and ranch devoted to its cause attends strictly to his law practice and can always be found there when wanted hangs to his pennies like the bark to a tree is sin cere in all his undertakings, and honest is of the G. 0. P. stripe and a protec tionist can make an ordinary speech and tell good Jokes lisps when he talks shuns bad company, liquor and tobac cotakes well with the ladies not handsome, but well appearing and so ciabie has considerable real estate and village property and keeps on booming is an exceptionally good citizen. Evening News. NOTICE. PARTIES CONTEMPLATING ISING WALL This season will find it to their advantage to call at tho BOOK STORE OF W. E. ROSS, WHERE ONE OF THE Travis Wall Paper and Border Will ba found filled with one of tho finest lines of Wall Taper and Borders ever shown in the city. Each and every pattern, with border to match, placed before you as it would appear on the wall. AH Paper Wall Trimmed Ready for Hanging FREE OF CHARGE. WINDOW CURTAINS AND STORE SHADES Made and furnished on the shortest notice in any style. Do rot forget the place. Como one, come all, and see the NOVELTY WALL PAPER EXHIBITOR AT w. e. noss: APRIL HAS COME AND WITH IT O.M. CLEMENT'S NEW STOCK or BOOK SDDIS'AID limi I have "bought so as to sell cheap and can give you goods at a fair price. Look my stock over and you will be convinced that I am Selling Boots and Shoes Cheaper than any Dealer in Cheboygan. Thanking you for past favors I would kindly ask your continued support. Respect! ill I y yours, O. M. CLEMENT. P. S- Boots and Shoes Made and IUpain d by I. M. MARTIN, who Is in my employ. The Time is Come and we Are Ready To show tho Tcoplc of Cheboygan .ind vicinity tho LARGEST, MOST ELEGANT VARIED sTocn'or Mon's, Tenths', Boys' and Children's If? IBL El. mm inmt Lj wil Ever Seen in this Section. Trunks, Valises, Hats. Caps, Furnishing Goods and Umbrellas. New Goods, New Styles, New Patterns, and Low Prices. We Ask Only a Fair Trial. We are Confident cf the Result. RAPP & LaFKES, CHEBOYGAN COTHING HOUSE ! P. S.-No Trouble to Show Goods. None gonulno unless stamped as follows, 5AHES MEANS' 03 SHOE. Theso Shoes for ceutlemen are mal5 of finest Tanner; Calf-Skin, stitched with largo 1811k Machine Twist, nnd arj I unequalled in Jturahlllt;, iomorr, ana si ppear nnntt. Thflv T imiiln In ' various widths, to lit anv k. 'V MM Willi Cl- BuOCS liUVO Ladies Wishing caused such an enor mous increase in the demand for them that we can now furnish proof that our cele brated factory pro duces a larsrer nunn- ol shoes oi i" is grade than any other factory in the worm. We partiou- LACE BALS. larly request those who have been paying $5 or $0 for tholr shoes to at least try on a puir ' theso before buying a new pair. It costs noimng to try them on. J. MEANS & CO., Maxctactcreks, Ought to See Our HANIJ-:- TURNED HEFOltE rUltCHASIKG. TO & A Wot 11 1 1 BOSTON, MASS. IP o SHOES UCONGRSS Westsate ct Sons. aw At S. LeGAULT & SONS. ZbTe"w IDT'y Q-oocLs At S. LeGAULT & SONS. gg-Having cleared up the old stock, we are now filling up again with new, fresh goods, also, having taken adeantage of the low markets, in both quality and price of goods. We also have a First Class GROCERY AND PROVISION STOCK Iii Connection with our Dry Goods Department. S. LeG AULT" & SON, Opposite Michigan Exchange Hotel. h1 wp;a E3 C3 till W la j nsr td 0. A Is in the field as usual, with a complete stock of and He keeps tlie best assorted stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries in Cheboygan coumty, and makes a specialty of DAIRY and CREAMERY BUTTER, Also keeps, constantly on hand Green Vegetables and Fruits of every description. Notice If hereby plven to all parties indebted to the late firm of l'ost & VanArsrtalo to pleaso call and settle their accounts within the next sixty days. J. J. POST. Cheboygan, Mich., March 12, 1885. Store for Rent i Fin store room, corner Third and Water Btreets, for rent. The location is a pood one for any kind of business. For particulars en quire of the undersigned at Ms crneery near the bridge. I. E. DeGOWIN. Unclaimed Letter List. Cjiebotoan, Mictl, April 23., 1885. The following Is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in tlie ChelKiygan postofllce, April 25. Persons calling for tkese letters will please say that they are advertised. t John C Smith.II N Smith. Geo. P. Humphrey, P. M. For Sale. KiO acres of (rood fnrmlnjr lsrtd sttunted wltb. In ono hair mllo from Mullet Luke Htatlon. ApplT to SAMUEL U. TAYLOll, Asrent. Oerow Block, Cheboygan Mica