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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 7, 1 SQ5.
Northern Tribune. THURSDAY, MAY 7. 1885. THE CITY. Bar your bleached and brown cottons at W. & A. MeArthur s. . Ladies call and see the elegant line ef calling cards at the Tribune job office. The Van Raalte has the honor of being the first boat through the straits this season. This in the latest season, by one day, ever known for the opening of the straits. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Fennev entertained a pleasant company of friends last evening. -Rev. C. II. tforthrnp has recovered from his recent illness sufficiently to be out en the street. The Lawrence left Chicago Saturday renins: for Cheboygan, bnt has not yet put ia an appearance at tkis port. The steamer Irauhoe is annonnced to leave Dstpit to-day to take her plaee on the route from St Ignace to Manistique. Mrs. G. P. Langdon, we are glad to learn, in thought to bo in a fair way to recover from her long and painful ill ness. Miss Emily Elliott's millinery open ing was inaugurated yesterday and will continue the Lalauce of the week. This is something tho ladies are especially interested in. Thursday eveuing of next week there will by a barrel race, blindfolded, at the skating rink, the participants being from among our young men of the town. Lots of fun may bo expected. Dr1. Cardan, of the Cheboygan Sanitar ium, is suffering from a slight attack of rheumatism and is trying seme of his own medicine to see what effeJt It will have. He claims it is helping him. ' The Cheboygan Sanitarium has issued tiekets selling for $10 which in addition to securing board ana treatmsnt guar antees certain sunt per week to tho holder while Incapacitated from work. A little daughter of W. Y Smith's, da ring recess this forenoon; undertook to ' slide down the stair rail and when abont half ay down fell off, striking on her face on the floor, hurting herself quite seriously. The seleetion made by council Tues day night for janitor of tho Town Hall js not very favorably endorsed by our citizen-), the general opinion being it was a eass of "penny wise, and pound foolishness." Last Sabbath the pastor of tho M. E. church was unable to occupy his pulpit on account of sickness. Ho desires to announce to his parishioners and the public that he has so far reeovered as to expect to be in his accustomed place next Sabbath morning, and hopes to meet a full house both morning aud eye- Dine. ' Prof. B. F. Cheesebro leaves on the Messenger to-morrow morning for Sault Ste. Marie. To the citizens of that plaee we would say that no other piano tuner visiting Cheboygan has given the satis faction the Professor has, and can assure them that he is an accomplished musi cian and a skillful tuner. Father De Smedt, of St. Mary's Catholic church, gives him a verv'conipliroentary en dorsement, and from our personal knowledge we can say Mr. Cheesebro is deserving of all he his said. Watts S. Humphrey's gallant little mare, Mollie Harris, made her debut for the season at the Gentleman's Driving Park, Philadelphia, yesterday in the 2:21 class. The following well known horses were entered in tho race: Breeze Mgdiam, Sister Wilkes, Centellar Windsor M., Dick Organ and MollU Harris. Mollie won the first heat in 2:32 and took, third money in the rate. The trotting was oa a half mile track, "Knapp" UeArthy is " driving Mollie this season and writes Mr. Humphrey that she Is in the very best condition, and that on the 2nd, Inst., over a mile track, she trottedjher mile in 2:27K. Three of her contestants in tho race yesterday were in the Grand circuit last season and the fact that Mollie won one heat and secured third money shows that the little mare made it interesting for the other nags, Library Money Apportionment. The following is a statement of the number of children reported to the De partment of Public Instruction by School Inspectors in this county as re siding In townships that are entitled to a share in the apportionment of library moneys the current year. Beaugrand ...... 2.13 Benton 1,177 Hurt 112 Duncan W Ellis 89 (.rant 317 Inverness 453 Monroe y 154 Tuncarora.. .' 214 Waved j 24 , : . Michigan 1'ateats. ' . The following patents were granted for tho week ending April 28, 1885, re ported expressly for this paper by Jos. II Hunter, Solicitor of American and For eign Patents, 936" F street, Washington D.C.: Wm. M.Thomas, Grand Rapids; gov ernor for eleetrln. motors, &e.; Wm. M. Thomas, Grand Rapids, automatic cut out for incandescent lamps; Wm. M. Thomas, Grand Rapids, electrie cut-out; 0. C. Packard, Kalamazoo, photographic shutters; W. J.Perkins, Grand Rapids, thill coupling; Geo. S. Pierson, Kalama zoo, apparatus for tho intermitten dis charge of sewage, &c; John A. Sohirmer East Saginaw, net or veil; Adolph Weber, Detroit, straightway valve case; A. II. Wood, Lansing, kneb attachment; F. W. Beckwith, Detroit, box fastener; Geo. Lenhardt, Detroit, pump; Wm. Merrill, East Saginaw, circular sawing machine; F. W. Menze, Bay City, automatic draw bridge gate; S. L. Miller, Washington, fruit drier; Thos." Murphy, Detroit, boil er furnace; Thos. Murphy, Detroit, fur naco; Gee. S. Paine, Wayndotte, fertiliz ing attachment 'or corn planters; Wm. H. Pressor, East Saginaw,. process of equalizing the tension of circular saws; N. E. Springtevn, Detroit, wagon pole: II 13. Balch and Frank Burtt, Kalamazoo, grain cleaning mill; Milford Harmon, Jackson, mechanism for brushing flour bolts; J. II. Lufkin, Springport, hour hand movement for time pieces; M. E. Perring, Berrien Springs, feeder for thrashing machines aud clover hullers; James Roby, Detroit, ire hose manipula tor; Chas. N. Shaw, Petoskey, meat freezer; J. B. Goundry and W. S. MeLeod Van Buren, Wayne county., wash bench; b.A. llubel and Frank Reinhold. De troit, device for stirring melted geletine for making capsules, New Tit I lor S11. A. G. Tornblom. the well known tailor, has opened business on his own account in the building on the east side of Main street near Third. and respectfully solic its your patronage. All garments made in the" latest stylo and satisfaction guar anteed. Call and see samples of goods and obtain priecs.-' To Furmeri. Land Plaster by the ton, bbl or bag at W. & A. McArthur's dock. OPERA HOUSE, CHECOYGAN, Friday and Saturday SATURDAY MATINEE. am i DfiD urn FINE GOODS AND LOW PRICES S3TKVENT OF EXTRA INTEHEST.H appearance here of the "Finest Company TEMPLETON OPERA CO. SCORE A TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS ! FAY Y, S3 STAR AIiTISTES-33 TempletonJJnOi Templeton Quppn ot Comic OPE HA. Tho flrrat COMMEDIAN. Alice Vane, Lillik West. M'Llb Diahd, SlONOn (iEO. ORJTI, (iEO. TRAYEKNlSn, Wm. Gmbeeton, Sia. Novello. WORDS OF WISDOM. Dr's. Hill & Mason wish to inform the farmers that they will take produce us payment for Dental work, they extract teeth without pain. Office opposite Ben net block, Main street, Cheboygan. Order your job rork at the Tribune steam printing office. Unequalled facil ities for the execution ot all kinds of printing. Four feet hard wood for sale at W. & A. McArthur's dock at $2 75 per cord and eighteen inch wood at $1 50 per cord. Notice. To those in need of a man to assist in house and carpet cleaning etc., can ob tain such by calling on or addressing the undersigned. Alexander S. Donald. GREAT CO. -UNRIVALLED CHORUS. 1 N THE BEST OF COMIC OPERAS LIME Two cars fresh burned Petoskey lime jnst received at McArthur's dock. It is conceded by all master masons that this lime is stronger and will go further than any lime in this market. Feeling that our thanks are due to the i people ot (Jnebovcran and adioininc: counties for the liberal patronage bestowed upon- us from the start. We take this opportunity of making public announcement of ' our gratitude. We started with the intention of benefiting the public. Eesearch reveal- - t A It 1 Nl 1 11 S 1 T. u ,. ea to us mat uneooygan was saaiy in neea I JlB iVmSGOtlB. of an establishment that would furnish n n m m ' Greta of Mascotte ! Pme uustom and Sieady rade ulothing JllO Templeton, aS LorenZO. at reasonable prices and we started to fill that want. Our fine English, French and Scotch di agonals, worsted cassimeres are a class of goods that cannot be surpassed in style, quality or finish. READ AND COMPARE! r FAY SATURDAY MATINEE "TXSE! COQUETTS.' Fay in Threo Characters, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY fltli, "Olivette. ' Reserved Seats on sale at Cooper's. Herman rerlet , Musical Couductor. . NOTICE. All persons knowinj themselves indebted to the 1BTHERN Tribune company, on subscrip tion or otherwise, aro requested to call and settle the same soon, as it is desired to closo the business of the company, as early as possi ble. C. S. RAMSAY. 50. Other dealers ask $5 00 SPRING, 1885. SPRING, 1885. -TO T XX Ladies of Cheboygan and Vicinity. on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, EK1DAY AND SATURDAY, I will make my Annual Display of 3 n The display will be found very attractive, showing the We are selling cotton worsted jsuits at $3 for these goods. " Wo are selling all wool (wa ranted) cassimere suits at 5 00. Other dealers ask $8 50 for same goods. We are selling all wool Scotch cassimere suits at $G 50, worth $10 00. We aro selling: all wool warranted! black worsted suits at $10 00. 8 different styles to select from. This one of tho greatest bargains ever shown, and must be seen to bo appreciated. Wo havo one of the finest lines of imported worsted suits in sack or 4- bufton cutiways from $12 suit up. These goods were made by the finest custom tailors, and will compare favorably with any goods made bv mer chant tailor. We guarantee a perfect fit in every cas?. Come and see us before you leave your measu:e. " , We aro selling jean pants at CO cents. , We are selling heavy cotton pants all lined and well trimmed for 75c. We are selling some all wool cassimere psnts at $1 50: wo havo ranu in all grades. Our imported worsted pants at $4 00 are custom mado and warranted to fit. We rre selling boys suits at $1 50, 2 00, 2 50, 3 00, 3 50 and 4 00. Come to us if you want to see tho most complete line of boys' and childrens. suits ever shown here. Our sailor luits for children are very nobby and cheap. Our spring stock of hats aro all in stock, and it will give us ereat pleas ure to show you our lino whether you wish to buy or not. "Wo have wool hats as low as 40c and fur hats as low as $1 00. In furnishing goods we show from tho cheapest to tho finest. Every thing in this stock is new and stylish. We aro selling white shirts laun dried at 25c, hotter ones at 50c. We are selling undershirts and drawers at 20c, some at 25c, and better ones at 35c We are selling wool socks 2 pairs for 25c: cotton Thome knit! 3 nairs for 25c. Wo have one of the finest lines of Lisle thread and Balbrirro-an socks here. Our line of fancy shirts is complete. Calico shirts at 25c. Cheviot shirts at 25c. We are selling the best blue flannel shirt for &1 25 Bear in mind that our goods are all Total. .2,833 Novelties and Standard StylesJmark.eiinp!,ainflpres- 0ur e pe ' tem is bound to please vou. Brine: this na- and is the finest range of Millinery we have Per with you and call for the goods as ad- mrov ohnnrn j YClllDvtl j V IsJ. OHU TT XX i gdggA' cordial invitation is extended to all to attend the opening. Don't Forget the Dates Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, May 6, 7, 8 and 9. MISS EMILY ELLIOTT, WERTHEIMER BROS., ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS, Main St., Opposite A. P. Newton's. Adjoining Cse & Turin's Drng Store. ' tStorO Open Until 10 P. M.