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1HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE JUNE 12, 1884.
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH. CHEBOYGAN CELEBRATES. Seieral Hundred Dollars Already Secured for the Occasion. Everything Under the Sun Cal culated to Amuse and Instruct. Patriotism Is booming for the largest Ujd ever experienced on our national liolllday. The matter is being thor- ' onghly and successfully worked by sereral competent persons, the city has taken held of the boom, and everything promises te be rich, rare and racy. The Kalithnmpians will inarch in a way that would astoniih' Jumbo. The Na tional Saluto will bo fired in an all fired manner, so as to awake patriots the world over. The regular procession consisting of the G. A. R. the Hose . companies, all the different order?, Institutions, and citizens, who will join in with the mighty throng. The declaration will be road, so as to give it the same meaning it had a hun dred years ago. An oratioa will bo delivered by a distinguished speaker from abroad that will move the very rocks to encore. Athetotic games, of every kind will be given by experts, such as foot raciug, jumpiig, boat rac ing, and log rolling and tab racing, and liberal prizes will be given the winners. ' Horse raceing with $000 given by the Driving Fark Association purses will , come off w'th the best of blood and muscle. A base ball match open to all Republics and monarchies, with . 50 prize will be aa excitiig, at traction. We can't mention all the wonderful things to be, but the whole jrand affair will close with a brilliant display of fire works, free to all the .arth without money, and without price. BLAINE VICTORIOUS. LOGAN TRIUMPHANT. The People Demanded The Nom ination of James G. Dial no For President, And John A. Logan for Tics President, and their Election is Sure. Tho Conventions work Enthusi astically Endorsed Through out the Country. She Ticket the Strongest, and oae that makes a Red-hot Campaign, and a Sweeping Victory for Protection, .Equality and the Republic. It wonld be impossible for one man to be the universal preference of thinking men who naturally have a choice that that differ, but the selection of Blaine will carry with it the entire support of the Republican party, because of the werth, intergrity, Itep-.iMicauism and ca pacity of the great Statesman. It was ap parent to the deoegates that Blaine was the strongest man in the states to be contested and as strong as another else where. Logan is an Idol with the soldiers and as true a man as breathes. The cam paign will be intensely hot, the greatest American politicians. No grander Amer ican statesman, patriot or man lives than Jas. G. Blaine, our next President Among others sending congratulatory dispatches are Henry L. Dawei, Ben Harrison, Murat ifalstead, ex-Qov. Cornell, E. Carroll Brewster, Ellis II. Roberts and Edwin Cowles, editor Cleveland Herald. ADDRESSED BY MR. BLAINE. A special tn.in of flvo cars from 1'ortland, Lewlston'nad other cities roachod the city in the evening and a lew minutes later A special Baiigor and way train ar rived with 13 car and upwards of a thousand people. The visitors marched 1o the residence of Mr. Blaine, who received them and addressed thorn as .follows: Gentlemen, I am pure I must regard SAis as a compliment totclly unprece dented in tlio history ef politics in Maine. "I do not dare take Uic compli ment all to myself, but I recognize the earnestness with which you are prepar ed to enter the pending national cam paign, and I have the pleasuro to announce to you, from a dispatch I have just received, that I have myself , "the honor to be associated on the RepnMican tickrt with that brave and honored soldier, that erniueut senator and true man, John A. Logan of Ill inois Tremendous applause and eheorn, three times three for Logan, and a voice. "Yon ean't boat that team. I am sure, gentlemen, I can add nothing by a spoech to that fact and you wonld hardly oxpoct me to do more on this oecasion than to express to you tho very dfep obligations I feel under for the extraerdinary compliment you hal9 paid me In coming frent your homes In distant parts of tho state on the announcement of the action of the national convention. I wish my horise vrds'largt caougn to contain yon all as mm -A. Is in the field as usual, with a complete stock of Mil a: He keeps the best assorted stock of Fancy and Staple Groderies in Cheboygan coumty, and makes a specialty of DAIRY and CREAMERY BUTTER. Also keeps constantly on hand Green Vegetables and Fruits of every description. my heart is. Voice, Good, and cheers. I am very sorry that the elements are not as aaspicieus as they might have been fer your visit. A voice "We have been waiting for this shower eight years". And the way yon stand it is coed proof I am sare that you are not fair weather soldiers, bnt are as ready to come out li the storm as in the sun shine. Your energy and earnestness of the evening gives good augury of your successful work in the canvass en which yon will so soon enter. SOME OF THE CONGRATULATIONS. Washington June C, ) Executive Mansion. ) To the Hon. Jas. 0. Blaine. As candidate of the Republican party you have my earnest and eordial sup port. Chester A. Arthur. Mr. Blaine replied: Hon. Chester A. Arthur, President United States, Washington, D. C. Accept my siacere thanks for yeur eo'dial assurances. Signed James G. Blaine. To Hon. J. G. Blaine. . I most heartily congratnlate you on your nomination, You will be elected. Signed John A. Logan. Mr Blaine sent the following dispatch to Senator Legan; I am proud and honored by being as sociated with yon in the national cam paign. Jas. G. Blaine. Washington June G. Hon. J. G. Blaine, Accept congratulations and cordial support. Jos. R. Hawley. Wnteii. A girl to do house work, Enquire at Mrs. M. B. Champion's. For a fine harness go to Snow's. For a heavy harness go te Snow's. Anything yon want in the harness line call for It at Snow's, where yoa can find it of the best material, manufactur ed la a neat and substantial manner. A whalebone whip for only 50 cts at Snow's. The best dollar whip in town at Snow's. S. LcGanlt and Son aro selling out. Go and see them for bargains in Dry Goods and Hoots and Shoes. For flenf. Desirable grocery stand, next door to the post office. Gor particulars enquire of . D. N. JIcLeod. To farmer. Land Plaster by tho ton, bbl or .bag at W.& A. McArthur's dock. Shiloh's Curo will immediately r-ilievo Croup, Whooping cough and Bronchitis For sale by L. A. Parcelle. Why they Cnll Hliii-old Man,'' . "Yes, that's sadly so," said Jenkitif, my hair id turning grayand falling out before its time. Uso something? I would, but most hair restorers aro dan gerous." "True," answered his friend, 'bnt Parker's Hair Balsam is as. harm less as it is effective. I've tried it and know. Give the Balsam a show and tho boys will soon stop calling you 'Old Man lenkins." It never fail to restoro the f riginal color to gray or faded hair. Iiich oy perfumed, an elegant dressing, augll For lame back, Sido or Chest use- Shi loh's Porous Plaster. Price 23 cents. For sale by L. A.Tarcelle. Op m 2ST ZD 5 It Will StTYn Many Dollnm To Head Thl Article Carefully We are closing out a great many goods at actual cost, some below cost and others at reduced prices. The stock in cludes dry goods, boots and shoes for men, boys, women and children, hats, caps, mens furnishing goods, etc. For a description of some of the bar gains offered, we refer yoa to our bullet in or black-board, which yon will find censpicuously displayed at the front door of our store. This sale is for spot cash only and is merely the prelude to a final grand sale, to go out of trade alto gether, which will be announced at the proper time. For further patlcnlars apply to S. LeGAULT & SON Cheboygan, Mieh. A ft It EAT DICOVF.tlY. Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton, la., says "My wife has been seriously affected with a congh for twenty-five years, and this spring more severely than ever be fore. She had used many remedies with out relief, and being nrged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, did so, with most gratifying results. The first bottle relieved her very much, and the second bottle has absolutely cured her. She not had so good heilth for thirty years." Trial Battles Free at I. S. Cooper's Drug store. Large size $1.09. G Hackmetack, a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25. and 50. coats. For Bale by L. A, Parcelle. Why will you cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cts. HO. cts. and $1. For sale by L. A. Parcelle. Au rml to L'ono crnping. Edward Shepherd of Harrisburg, 111. says: "having received so mnoh benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suffering humanity know it. Have had a running sore on my leg for eight years'. Doctors told me I would have the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bueklens Arnica, Salve, and mv leg Is now sound and well." ElecJSic Bitters are sold at fifty cents a bottle, and Bueklens Arnica Salve at 25c. per box by I. S. Cooper. The Rev. Geo. II. Thaver, of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe onr lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure." For sale by L. A. Parcelle. Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchi tis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure For sale by L. A. Parcelle. Shiloh's Vitallzer is what yon need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizzi ness and all symptoms of Dvspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. For sale by L. A. Parcelle. iron It Hcnifinbcrliiio. Now that the good times are again up on us.it is worth remembering that no one can enjoy tho pleasantest surround ings in bad health. There are hundreds of miserable people going about to-day with disordered stomach, liver or kid neys, when n bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic would do them moregocd than all the medicines they have ever tricd.- Are you made miserable by indigestion Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of appotite Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitallzer is a posi tive cure. For sale by L. A. Parcelle.. Ask 1. S. Cooper about Acker's blood elixir, the only preparation guaranteed to cleanse the blood and removo all chronic diseases. 2 ) J. Benson Hill, M. D., OJJlce and Jicsuhnco on Water Btrco opposite Fountain Ihunn. . S. XL TAYLOR, Ileal Estate and Insurance A sont, . ORm in fifirrf ninth. FBQMI. THIS SPACE Wesfcgafce; sheas Bead every week what they have to say. Careful Comparison will convince ' you that wo lead in QUALITY AND PRICE in .Boots Shoes r n 11 OCniIOC e ave lie Cheapest and most Durable Shoes run utllVlut t0 be found Th(Tar0 OUR OIL GRAIN Stan dard Screw. ' Wo keep a full and complete stock of GENTS' AND LADIES' FINE SHOES in which aro Robinson & Burtenshaw, Ludlow, and Howard makes. EVERY PAIR WARRANTED. But wo know that wo sell BOOTS AND SHOES cheaper than any other place in town, and a better quality at that. . Store Opposite iFostofioe WESTGATE & SONS. RDM We have a MILL S Consisting of Single and Double Leather Belting, Chains, Hope, Lath Yarn, Peavys, Canthooks, Packing, &c. Lubricating QHbI At Manufacturers' Prices. , CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS ! Will find it to their interest to get our , prices on Nails,. . Windows, Oils, Putty, And all Building Material. ' FARMING IMPLEMENTS I Wagons, Plows, Cultivators,, Spring Tooth Harrows, Horse Rakes, Mowers and Reapers, Broadcast Seeders and Grain Drills. Wc are prepared p DMBING AND 1 u And keep constantly on hand a full line of Plumbers' Goods, and guarantee all wrk to give satisfaction. We are showing a large assortment of Cooking Stoves and Ranges And a complete line of Tin and Cop- perware. , Those wanting ROLLER SKATES will if nd a complete assortment at lowest prices. BELONGS TO mm full line, of Doors," Paints, Glass, Building Paper, to do all kinds of STEAM FITTING! V is" 4- J .A n 1 I