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JCHE JNUKiudERN TRIBTTE, JUNE 12, 1884,
'McDOlTAii), BIROS-, Successors to McDonald & CuenyJ Dealers in my and Shelf Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Paints and Painters' Materials. Wholesale Dealers in Kerosene and Lubricating Oil. Manufacturers' prices guaranteed. Agents' for the Champion Reapers, Mowers and Self-Binders, Tiger Hay Rakes, Hills' Patent anrl Cniith Rtnri nhlllnri Plmtrtho Nmltnla Rliomhspil'a Thraehara T?rl Cnr n Tonfli Hnprnwis. H lint. Patent I .iinuillarii Wnnrnns. I yfinrtlanfl linoforifta anil ( jurrinnrns. and all kinds CMIU UVUUI UVN I IUUUIIJ. 11 IVUVJJO IV V " v . UIVOUU O, AfcUU UUI 1L A VJVKi. w i ....... atuuii ' ft J tS ' of Agricultural Implements. Also Manufactuaers of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware.' We are manufacturers' agents for SEWER PIPE and Drain Tile, l. - U 1 . i. 1.1.. .f f - I Northern Tribune. THURSDAY. JUNE 12. 1884. JAJUttS , UL.AINK. Tbe Candidal for President. James G. Blaine, of Main, the nom inee for President, was born in Wash ington County, Pa., January 81, 1830. He graduated from Washington Colltge, in 1847, taught school for several years, aid In 1853 went to Kennebec, Me., where he became the editor of the Ken aebee Journal. As an eloquent and powerful speaker he had already gained prominence when, in 1858, he was chos ea a member of the Maine Legislature. He went as a representative toCoagreis, first, ia 18G2, was made speaker o the House ia 18H9. and did not lav down the ravel until 1875, when the Democratic majority elected Samuel J. Randall his iuccessor. The ensuing year he receiv id the highest number of votes on tUe opening ballot for President In the JNa tional Republican Convention, at Cin cinnati, which finally nominated l!r. Hayes. Appoiuted the successor of tha dead Senator Morrill, of Maine, ia 187(J, Mr. Blaine was again a poptilar .presi dential crndidate 1880, receiving 282 votes on the first bnllot. Mr. Blaine, on the election of General Garfield, was made secretary of state, which position ha resigned on the d?ath of the Presi dent, eight months later. Aa' pea,'. Saes?st I usBambm bbIbb mm ljat the ONLY Place in Cheboygan to get REAL BARGAINS in first-class JOflM A. I.OUA.Y. Dry Goods! And everything pertaining to that branch of mercantile business, is at CtuidUluto For Vice President, John A. Logan, the senior senator from Illiuois, was born ou a farm in li.infhnpn l!limiu (ilniit fl ft v.ai rr h t. years ago. lie received a remnion School education and was elected county clerk when he was scarcely out of his teens. He enlisted a a private in the war with Mexico, and left the army a quartermaster. He then studied and practised law, but, his aptitude for politics reasserting itself, he became a member of the Illinois Legislature in 1852 and again in 1850, having served one term as prosecuting attorney in the meantime. He was a presidential elector in 185(5, and then went to con-j gress, serving continuously nntil the! outbreak of the civil war. Entering the army aa colonel, he attained the rank of major-geueral 18Gj he was ap- poiuieu inimaittr u .uicu, uui uecun ed. he was elected to the Fortieth and Forty-first Congresses, and In 1871 was hnaan t.n Hiir'dpoil Hon. Richard Yates in , the Uuited States Senate, After serving one term he returned to his law practice but was aerain sent to the Senate in 1879. '. The famous five Georges of England are to be far outdone by the glory of the six Janiosm of America; they full into the line of the Presidency of the United States as follows: James Madison,180; James Monroe, 18J7; James K. Polk, 1845; James Buchanan, 1857; James A Garfield, 1881: James G. Blaine, 1885. An Amateur' I'rotesf. One of the actors in the amateur the atrical at VTethersfleld. Conn., was re cently aske by his wife to chop some v eatables for the hens. While eneag- in this occupation he suddenly stopped, saying: "Whatl l, a tragedian, cnopping TOflffltables far fowls. Ilearen forbid I Womanliake hence this chicken feed. Now Richard is himself again." The principal idol of Chines woman v ia the God of the bedstead, which they worship religiously until the youngest ' child is fifteen years of age. This god Aimiafa nf a roa linwl with twn rn'oi-ua it raA rihhnn Inlil fn tha twittnm nf It two cakes ef yeast, and twelve leaves (Milled from is manv riiftVrpat trean The god is kept on a shelf, either above or under the bed, according to the fan cy of the worshiper, and is appealed to at least twice a monin uy mo woman and her children. Dress Goods in all the New Shades. Dress Trimmings in all the New Shades. Notice T8 hereby Riven that scaled proposals for tho J-Iunastiiru or Material and the building; of a Town Hall, on tho slto bought of F. X. Tassino In the Townshipof IiiY.rness, will bo received by the TownPhip uoarrt or said towusnip, umu ; Juno 2Gth, at 2 o'clock P. 31. Said Hall is to bo constructed according to the plans and specifications to bo seon at tho tore of John If. McDonald, and to bo eoia pleted by the first day of Heptembor next. ThnH blddinor on said building will state the amount of their bid for cash down when the Job is done, and also their bid to bo paid in town orders clua March 1st. 185. Uonds for the faithful performance of their contract with facta bid. The rtifbt to reject any and nil bids no satlfactory to said Board are reserved. By order of tho Township Board of Inver ness JACOB WALTON, Town Clerk. 5June"t i S. Le GAULT & SON, DEALERS IN Dry Goods; Boots and Shoes GROCERIES, &c, GLOVES and HOSIERY, 9 Ha s, Caps ant Oil In endless variety. Will open this week, all the new novelties m PAKASOLS. At Actual Cost. As we propose to drop them entirely from our Business. All Cheap and Medium Grades hoe;; at ietol HI In order to make room for first-class Hand Made Goods. gSAlthough we are not giving away any Clocks, if you will call we will convince you that we are giving you bargains. CSEBOTBAI flUiP YARD W. H. BUNKER, Proprietor. Tugs, Lighters, Row Boats, &c, Buit to order on short notice. Of all kinds promptly attended to. Mil In abundance, plenty, of rard room and a large force of skilled workmen. Work done promptly and in a satisfactory manner. Yard on east 6ide of River, opposite linker's dock. mnni i iwmi in iii t Mmmm W OTA : V II & 1 i THOMPSON SMITH, Proprietor. Desire to call the attention of the citizens of Cheboygan, Duncm City and SnT n . I . l. T .1 U'. i ni-.i. juuuuuig uuuutry iu tut aim en-HHitrieii clock 01 Dry Soods, Groceries, Clothing, AND FURNISHING GOODS FOR LADIES k GENTS We have received by the early boats, a Full Assortment of Seasonable Goods, anil the stock in eyery department is full and complete and will be kept so by daily additions, thus giving our customers the benefit of a choice line of goods from which to make selections. . OUR P RICES Will always compare favorably with those of our competitors, while the Large Assortment of goods give our patrons a better opportunity cf making satisfactory selections. fonadry y.iopB This dhop is one of the best fin Northern Michigan. We are prepared to do all work in this line with dispatch. Heavy work, such as Saw Mill Repairs & Steamboat Work S-Decistltv"-THOMPSON SMITH, Proprietor. yv Boots m "S milieu WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Tl'e Mills are the Largest and Most Complete in Northern Michigan, and th cut the best. Correspondence regarding lumber by the cargo solicited. Cul Lumber For Salo at Lowest Market Trices at retail. Parties contemplating build ins would do well to call and examine our stock. THOMPSON SMITH. P AfEARD & If Hit CITY DRUG STORE. KEEP A LARGE STOCK OF At "Wholesale Toilet Articles, Uuslics, and Retail. Sponges, rerfumery, &c, Arc. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by a Competent Druggist. GOODS. LOWEST PRICES.