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rr 1 mm temjie. t VOL. 9. OHEBOYG-AN, MIOH. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, lo84. NO. 50 The Iqit D 1 f PACTS ABOUT WATCHES. We Do Not have to speak In third per son, when advertising and puffing our stives and the goods we handle. We do business on facts with reliable goods on business principles. We Do Not pretend to carry the largest stock of goods in our line In the country. ' IKe Xto carry a line of watch move ments of approved makes, second to none in Northern Michigan. We Do carrry an assortment of gold, . Filled, Silver, and Nickel openface and hunting cases, not surpassed in this sec tion. We have advantages that enable us to give our patrons special inducements. We Are the only firm ia Cheboygan buying its Rockford Watches, direct from the factory. We Are the Only firm In Cheboygan having the legitimate and exclusive right of sale of the Rockford Watch from the company. We Are the only firm In Cheboygan that can prove its right of sale for the Rockford Watch by certificate from the company. We are the only firm In Cheboygan recognized by the Rockford Watch Co. as entitled to handle its goods. lKe are the only firm in Cheboygan Y that' can consistently give the liberal guarantee ice do n the Rockford watch. IKe.4rethe only firm in Oheboygan whose warranty of the Rockford watch is sustainod by the manufacturer. We Do Not keep the Rockford watch to puff or damage the reputation of ether makers' goods. We Do Not keep the Rockford watch alone, we also have the well-known goods of the Walthara, Elgin, Springfield, Hampden, and Lancaster watch com panies. We do sell the "Rockford" as otir , leading watch, on Us snperior merits on ly. We Will sell you any make of watch f on may have a preference for, for what t is and at a fair price. W Ask you to call on us when in want of anything in our line and com pare our goods aid prices. We Konw that you will find It to your Interest to favor us with your trade if quality and price of goods is an object to you. Respectfully Yours, A. L. Fexer, ' Jeweler. Brick Block, Opposite Post Office. L.T.LimpGrt, Watchmaker! AND JEWELER. Headquarters for Hampden, Elgin, Waltham, Il linois, Rockford and Fine Swiss Watches, in Gold ami-Silver Cases. A Fine StocK of Kings, Jeivclry, Clocks, Silverware, Specs, dc. Repairing neatly and promptly done. Watches Demagnetized. Second Door South of FostoJJice, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH, VITALIZED AIR. M. B. CHAMPION, DE1TTIST, HAVING nprnlm resumed Iho praotl"o of Dentistry at my old.olUoe on Main Btroct, I would stato that 1 bare lewis' Vitalized Air Apparatus, The most rocont nnd snfost method for tho TxMnlesn extrnctlon of tooth. I nm prepared In do first clns Dental Worlc nnd wtd (ruir- ant'-e satisfaction. mco hours from 7 a. m, to 7 P. M. Gjuuetf Diamonds To tlic People O Mackinac Island, St. Ignace, Mackinaw City, Mullet Lake, Topinabee, Indian Kiver, Wolverine, Vanderbilt, Gaylord, AND THE visrs THE lS Fob your summer BEESS GOODS, SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, Gloves, Hosiery, 8HAWLS, &C. CARPETS ! Arc a Specialty at tho Mam moth Store. is the the Time to Buy. I WILL SKLIi AND At Prices that gcannot ho dupli cated hrany Honso in Cheboygan. fTWlien in Cheboygan pleaso Call and Examine my Goods and be coiiYinccd that frny motto is t'Livo and Let Live." Yours Rcspectinlly, H. CHAMBER'S, MAMMOTH STORE, BENNETT BLOCK, CHEBOYGAN, MICH fall Northern tribune. TflURSDAY, JUNE 12. 1884 THIS CITY. Blaine will manage Ms own affairs. II. J. Miner caught 75 trout last Fri day. William Wiggins is not lost as was supposed. The leaven of tho Republican ticket is sure to work success. Gcoi work and one price to all, at the Tribune steam job office, Frank Carver, David Bantley, and J. K. Cady Sundayed at Speucer. In 'November Jas. G. Blalue will be the moat popular man on earth. The propeller Saginaw Valley called in Monday morning bound for Chicago. Chas. Coopsr and II, J. Miner, started Tuesday for Carp river for bear and trout. The soldiers camp fire will burn brighter than ever with Black Jack leading. The Van Raalte in four trips to the Soo last week made 1130 miles la 05 hours. Next. Latest news from the Chicago conven tion, was bulletined at tho Metropolitan Hall last week. For the bridge and Town Hall of In verness there will be lively, competition among building. More than any other living man James G. Blaine, represents the everlasting principles of a Republic. Choboygtjaa will furnish more Repub lican poles and bannors tnls Presiden tial canvass than ever before. The marriage of W. K. Allalr to Miss Bridget Moloney, was published last Sunday in the Catholic Church. John A. Logan has dene more to se cure pensions, rights and privileges for the "Boys in Blue" than any other man. F. C. McDonald kas placed an elegant new black walnut sideboard and bar in liis saloon corner of Main Third streets. The Detroit Free Press is the best Democratic paper in Michigan, and its Suiday edition contained thirtv six pages. The tidal wave was tremendous and and if Blaine had not been nomiaated n the fourth ballot it would have been unanimous. Owing to the amount of work on hand the telephont Co, will not cot time to connect Cheboygan by telephone this season with the entslde world. The skating rink was closed Saturday evening for the season. Hughes & Buehler will open a rink at the Soo, and expect to open again here about Nov. 1. The rock shaft on one of the engines in Thompson Smith big mill broke Mon day morning, making it neeessary to shut down one side of the mill for a few honrs. Captain Boynton, and Clerk Kelghtley of the Algomah are noeowards of water but they had to take a back seat Satur day morning, when the hose burstod in froat of the Arcade. The grand reopening of the Arcade last Thursday evening, was attended by no less than five hundred people. Prof. Barwhardt assisted by Eagono West ex ecuted some line music. A party of traveling men were taken to John F's last Monday in a haek, and while there the smell of Johns egg nog made the driver tired, he was unable to drive home, and was brought home in the bottom of tho hack. The raft of logs which left here last week in tow of tug James Reid, contain ing 3 million feet was grounded on St. Clair flats, swung around and blocked the channel obstructing navigation for some time. Thorewas on exhibition at Van Valken burg's Mi market afresh water, blue eel which was caught in a pond net, by An drew Tromley In tho straits. Eels are very scarce in these waters and soMota ever caught, but several were planted years np.e in the Saginaw waters On Tuesday Robort Conor sat on tho carriago while the sawyer was sharpan ing tho saw, when tho saw was sharp, the tightener was dropped on the belt and the saw struck Mr. Coner midway between the hip and knee making a gash 5 inches long. Dr. T. A. Pcrrin was sent for. Ingersoll is satisfied with Blaine. Lumber for sale by J. E. Nichols. J. B. Adams to Detroit Sunday eve ning. H. F. Todd is mate on the Prop. Mei seager. It was good Friday, and the ticket means force. A. .W Merrill and II. E. Soper, of De troit, at Grand Ceutral Sunday The Black Eagle of Illonols moans the anconquerable in the field. Europe will know that Blaine will take care of American interests. W. S. Smith returned frem Chicago Sunday eveninr on prop. Messenger. "Plumed Knight, " "Blaok Eagle, " are favorites that will sweep like wild fire Geo. E. Fisher agent for W. B. Is all of Detroit, was in town Monday buying fish. Republicans had courage to nomiuate great men, because the people demanded such men. There is will, braias, energy and vic tory, in tho name of Blaine, that will al touish the world. Six or eight thousand feet of planed lumber was shipped to Detroit Sunday on the steamor Pearl Tue Carlton Bros, employ 3 Poles, 1 Dane, 1 Swede, 1 Scotchman, 1 Canadian and 2 York State Yankeos. An excursion last Friday evening on Steamer Mary consisted of invited guests. Very pleasant time. II. J. A. Todd arrived frem Chicago Saturday evening feeling perfectly happpy over the nomination. Rev. J. M. Curtis has returned from Flint and there will be regular eerylee at tho Episcopal chureh Snnday. Neatness, cheapness and promptness, are three items that are closely ebserv ed at the Tribune steam job print. Mr. Pearson at Thayer'? mill, manag ing a cutting off saw, had it fall on his leg, sending 8 or 10 teeth to 'the bone. John Blanchard Jr., came over from Bois Blanc Island Saturday, reports everything lovely among the' home steaders. B. J. Vandorbilt'i school closes next Friday, and the purpose is to hold a pic nic in the grove this side Fair ground in the afternoon. , Station Agent, M. W. Carpenter and wife of Mackinaw City and Clerk Keiffhtly of the Algemah were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Farr last Satur day. Mr. Leach the live insurance agent left with his wife and sister on the Prop. Messenger Monday morning for Chicago where he intends to take up his resi dence f Tug Leviathan left here Saturday to release tho schooner Lincoln Dall ashore near Death Door, Green Bay. Captain C. E. Klrtland accompanied her and will superintend tho job. A roller rink is being built on Mackin aw Island by Ilombach and Oulltle, of St. Ignaoe. Tho floor will be made in sec tions so it can bo moved away at any time. The rink will be covered with can vass On Satnrday while Fete Chimner tak ing the roof from T. McGinn's camp building he stepped en a board and fell over backwards from the roof 12 feet. He was severely bruised, and injared, internally but is doing well under the treatment of Dr. T. A. Perrln. Iloa. Goo. W. B 'M has been a devoted Blaine man for y he named his son for tho great Staw.'iin, and if Bell ever prayed and workfti in earnest it waa for tho nomination of ihe man from his native state. Success so elated him that hecolebrated tho event by a visit to Strohn in Wisconsin, and has not consented to return to Cheboycan be fore Sunday. Senator Bell Is not alone in his rejoicing. Rev. S. W. Stimson D. D. of Terre Haute Iud., District Secretary of tho American Baptist Missionary Union will preach at the Baptist church Sun day evening. Mr. Simson will also bo present at the Sunday morning iervlee which will bo a combination of church and S. S. service in observance of "Chil drens Day." Any who havo ever heard Dr. Simson need no special invitation. Those who havo not heard tho Dr. are assurred of a rich treat if thoy can find it convenient to worship at the Baptist church next Sunday. . The Ice cream business booms. The scattered logs on Burt haye been -gathered up. ' Schooner Fleetwing sailed yesterday for Chicago. Ceiling, siding and flooring for sale by J. E. Nlohols. Perry, Paqnette & Smyth, assist in taking the census. Mrs. Minnie C. Whiting, has returned to Cheboygan to remain. : Jas. Sufforn has contract for plaster-'. ing Michigan Exchange. The latest N. Y. lady's toilet is a face powder giving a tan color. The Remora came over again Sunday to have now brasses put in. T. T. VanArsdale, arrives from Hot Springs to-day. or to-morrow. Rev. Chas. Otto, moved into the Lutheran Parsonage last week. On Tuesday evening train, about 80 -Soldiers passed north for the Island. , W. Shannon, reports doing well at Des Moines, Iowa, and ho deserve well. The Base Ball Clnb have let a contract for placing their grounds in condition. The Lutheran church has purchased an organ, and the society is prosperons. ' Blaine will not wait as long for the Presidency as he did for the nomination Another saloon is to be opened in Mc Guire'a building next to the Grand Cea tral. MIks Fanny Smyth with her brother Wm. E., left Friday for a visit in Sag inaw. Blaine will net be run over by any foreign power or Standard Oil Democra cy. He wins. Mr and Mrs Wm Wiggins desire to of fer thanks to tho friends that were so kind In their trouble. Crumley Is erecting a frame kitchen In rear of Michigan Exchange 22 by 38. to-be veneered with brick. Dr. C. A. Perria left Tuesday for Grand Rapids to attend tho meeting of tho State Medical Asssciation. Stumping has proceeded at a lively rate on W. S. Humphrey's ground be tween Cheboygan and Duncan City, The driye generaled by Oliver Mer taugh isjiung up at the lower dam on - Pigeon River awaiting a vacuum throngh other drives. W. S. Humphrey's horses trot at Kal amazoo this week. Wm. T, Is entered in the 2:40 race for to-day and Mollle Harris In the 2:31 rade to-morrow. The repairs on the steamer Gordon's boiler was finished Saturday evening, and she left at once for St. Ignaco where 1 she will be engaged transferlag cars. The tug WInslow passed through the Straits Tuesday from Like Superior with the schooner Three Brothers in tow which was pulled off rocks and will be docked at Milwaukee. The St Ignace base ball club sent word they would come here the 4th, if tho prize was made $50, but wh6n the prize was made $50, thoy had a' previous en gagement. They are too previous. Propeller Van Raalte made one extra trip to tho Soo last week te enable her to leave the Soo Sunday morning with a company of soldiers enronte for New Mexico, which she landed at Mackinaw City Sunday P. M. The propeller Messenger arrived from Chicago C o'clock Sund ay. P. M. She was detained four hours by fog was the rea son not arriving Saturday evening Smith & Adams are plesed with tha prospects of tho now route. , Captain Bundy assisted by two min isters oponed services Saturday evening on corner of Third and Main Street. Tho singing of some familiar hymns was appreciated bv the larsco crowd ot. bystanders, also the remarks. Saturday John Tost was jacking logs at Mattoon & Robinson's mill, when ha fell in the river, ho had a fearful tlmo sinking and rising and rolling over logs when ho went to the bottom. H was fished out with a piko pole aboui ' dead but ho was vigorosuly rolled about on shore until ho was brought too. Next Sunday is chlldrens day and the members of tho Methodist Sabbath Sehool are preparing for an interest ing'and enjoyable entertainment to be given on Sunday evening. The church in to be handsomely trimmed and decorated with plants and flowers, to which will be added a number of sing ing birds.