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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBTflT?, 18. 1884.
if Gr TO f. I A. IBS SOU Foot of Main Street, for it NOETHEM TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1884. lie, fait Oiiiifil IHei; Ela-ir, Brick, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Hard and Soft Coal, xwacKsraun uoai ana .Lehigh Coal, vv ooa, iay, uats, Stravr, b me Salt, Dairy Salt, Packer's Salt, Dia mond F. Salt, Fish Packages. Land Plaster by the Ton, BbL or Bag, . All our Uoods or the Best Quality and Prices Low. ' : P. H. HORNE, Agent. Are Bound to Make Cheboygan Boom If Good Goods and Low Prices will do it. Wo were never so well yreiiareu 10 oner you oargams as wo are in is spring. 3, TeasaadSofifeei Wo always did and always will lead. Our 50c Tea is the Best for the Money ever sola in tne County. Our Family Flour for $5.25 per barrel is O "ft tCl4- nlnnn - .1 J A 1 . c moi wuaa artiu4u, uiiu wu Kuuruiiiee it to give satisfaction. We also sell the old reliable Patent May flour, the best article of flour ever sold in tnis town. "We haye all kinds of FISH, including Fresh and Salt Water Herring, Holland Herring, Finnin Haddies, Whole and Boneless Cod- WHf 11UUH) lU SUGARS AND SYRUP were never so low as at Present. Call and ni v-.S I P 1 get prices ueiuru purcuasm;;. Yours Respectfully, REID & CO. Tammany Hall Democrats. The mueh talked of meetlacr tt tha Tammany Hall Democrats took place Monday night, Sept. 8. Instead of Udors ing Cleveland and Hendricks, as It was claimed they would do, a resolution was adopted for the appointment of a com mittee of one from each assembly dia trlct to prepare resolutions detainer the position f Tammany towards tha Da. mocracy, Ex-Senator Grady was loudly called for and was received with cheers. He said: ' I rina rtHneinallv for tha nnrnnai nt saying to yon that I hare taken no side In tha annnnri nf or acainat on a.,ii. date, nor will I take a side nntil Tam many nau, is us meeung or tne general committee, han imoksn. rAnnlnna 1 t am involyed In no deal, nor am I en- Kageu m uausiemng any yote other than tnr own. 1 nevsr was In tha mar ket in a political campaign, and I don't propose to go in now. I snail take a side in this selection of a canrflrinta op ray notions of honesty, uncompromising, fearless manhood, aid sterling, unadul terated Democracy dictate and main tain. As I understand it, the resolution before the committea calls 'tnr tha an. pointment of a sub-corn mittee to declare Tammany's noaition. Whan that fWio. ration is made I shall try to show that those who masqnerade to-day under the name of Democrats have nrnvnri r.hnm. selves to be the enemies of 5,000,000 of men who make up the party. I have no riAflir to disrate hpra. T will mv. h. fore the general committee the reasons wiucn actuate my course, i win iollow to tha far end wherever it mnv land tha course I have begun, because I have be gun it for conscience sake alone. If ii rn nn n mnn wnn rnrtrivoa ma ana- mie.q. T am ona who fallows hla ontmiaa through thick and thin, returning fire for fire, until one or the other goes down. I have no neraonal orriavanca with finv Cleveland. I shall speak from the rec- ora. ana i win &k to da osTrnfiami fmm all decent society if I cannot point to corruption siaiKing straigni to the door of the executive mansion, and Knocking ui luh ciuur Him rcimiuir i)n n nr in a nnnr with all that corruption sought at the expense of the people. If I cannot prove iimii unues Known 10 iau in me assem bly in 1883 wera nlacftd an naar 1Ur Clevelaad, that If he does not have the money, lie can get 11 at any time li I cannot Drove mat. i am not wnat i nrr less to be. Grady was frequently interrupted by applause. The resolution was unani mously adopted, and a committee cem pesed of district leaders appointed and the meeting adjourned. STTAKNEWS. MURRAY. J. W. MURRAY. Murray J Bieh3 mm and fflffllffi Main Street, Cheboygan. Mich. General Saw Mill and Steamboat Work a m m m , specialty. 1I10IAN 111 I US ! WILLIAM HESS, Proprietor. MANUFACTURER OF i m 1(1111 IT' T J Marine, Locomotive an And all Kinds of Stationery and Portable uouers. I manufacture Smoke Stacks, Breechings, , And every variety of Sheet Iron Goods. HEAVY BLACKSMITHING. Iam fully equipped to do accurate and m m-m-m 1 1 11 skilled worn ior ail purposes. A man named Ball, amnlnvari nn a farm near Flint, was terriblr chawed hv i - A Battle Creek ladv haa a eAnrlr wnAa in the year 1617, and yet it keeps good lime A horse belonrin? to IT. J. Tdan vnln.ri uk 9aau. wua sunairucK ana aian at Kt F. E. RICH, tie Creek last week. The Kalamazoo Canninc Cnm putting up immense quantities of corn, tomans, etc., iu,uuu cans a uay. vermontville thermometers registered 100 o in the shade last week. One man nil) ahow over f.00 Tflrfoff. or potatoes at the state fair. This beats iL - A iuo rt'curu. The schools in Elk Ranida hnva haan rioson rnr an innaunirA nerind nn count of scarlet fever in the village. Mm. fJonrcrfl Dnnln nf Ovrnaan (num. snip, was omen oy a ratuesnase sept. 3, and after ereat suffering died Sept. 7. one leaves iour young caiiaren. In TnrHon farmAr nnmflri PurnmrWHl tAmnrn. livintr in f.ha tnwn'nf Tmontli in Rrinaw entintv thresh fwi frnm throa and one half teres 204 bushels of the best quality oi wheat. Fivn vonrs aero thnra wara ABrnlla1 t tha atata normal achonl. on tha firol 1w of the session, 32 scholars. Tuesday of la At w0Ak was tha flrnt, dav nf thainmnt sessioi, ana up to noon lav new scholars naa registerea. Dnrin cr a torlfllfl atorm at Alnana Wc,1. nesdayoflast week, Thos. Scarf was A. . ll.Li-l . J 1 1 1 1 . HtrucK. uj xiguining aau kiuiu, as -lie waa nnsnlntr n Inner tha atraat. XftiAh lumber was blown In the lake, several people were hurt and mueh damage was done to property. A branch of the Irish National Land League has been organized at St. Ig naea. with .Tamos McNamara nranlriAnt and John Mulcrone secretary. Tim TlttnhawftRSAA Tloom romnniiv la raf ti n er an avnraca of about 180.01 10 nir weekly. Over 500 men are employed, ana tne mommy pay roil aggregates 2SrUY)n. Tha nrnqn.ftt.q nra that rha quantity rafted for the season will be 000,000,000. A farmer rirnncrht to Jackson and hurt photographed triplet steers, two years old; one weighing 928 pounds and the other two 030 each. The mother was taken with them. The farmer stated that these triplets made seven head raised from this cow in four years, she having once before had twins. Jackson Patriot. rinrinnr A mrnat th a Marina f!itv Sfava rnmnnnv mannfactnrAd fi.fifift hnrrpla nf salt and shipped 12,501 barrels, and dur ing me nrst ten momns enaing tpt. i this comnanv manufactured 53.400 bar rels of salt. Poranna fntorAstd fn hnlldlntr a roil. way between New York and Boston, and making the travelling between both cities three hours, held a moetiagThurs- rtnv nt Ttnafnn. Tt waa at.at.Ari that a double-track road could be built for SWEfT INTO THE STREAM. one Tliouani Acre of Land and -Jiigiu nniart Of Ilenr.." On the deck of a big MiBsissippI steamboat stood aa aged Southern planter. Indicating by a sweep of his arm the waters the boat was imoiu ver, ne saia to a passenger from the J.WIU1. it ueu x was twelve years old I killed my first bear on a new plantation my father was iucu tuiuug out n a iorest mat grew di rectly over the waters of this bend. That was a good plantation, and there was a right smart of bears there, to. But that one Uiousand acres oi land went into the Mississippi years It is tllltflnrr nn strain imin y.a tmn iv cow that great forests of youthful hnnA. wnmnnlv ucttuir aim iuuniT Hirftnrrtn pta nr.nt in tha oauio cci year in me great, tumid tor rent of disease and death. Yet it eh so. That it is so is a disgrace as well as a loss, wio tun lAizvy wu cureiess or too stupid to cious of which is health. That gone, all is gone. Disease is simple, but to recklessness or iKuuiuuue me simplest tnings might as well be commex as a nronomnnn in nnnin RanHnna a . the huge Western rivers, which no often flood wu biu tuvun mmi snores, arise rrom a few mountain snrinim. nn nlr nnr nil . 1 I ;-'7.i"T'vr. vu biaucu lu iiiiimrH iiififiii ii nn n ninnn mmm a. disordered oreans. the most effective and inclusive remedy for sources of pain and weakness. In response to aciion, tne nver. Kidneys, stomach and heart uruiu hibil whik nirHNii. nnn nianoaa la Hriirnn out. The Tonic ia nnt hnwr on fntAvinnnr but cures a desire for strong drink. Have you dyspepsia, rheumatism, or trouhles which have loiuaeu mi viHiii li i DLnur nfronr&v I j nrn ,a , " iiViO 19UU1 riLES ! PILES! PILES! A Bar Cure Found At. Last. No One neca uiier. A sure Cnr far Blind TCI nodi no- Tt.L lncr and Ulcerated Pilaa hn hon hi.. covered by Dr. William's (an Indian Remedy,) sailed Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment. A sino-la hnr ima enr the worst chronic eases of 25 or 30 years standing. No one need suffer five min utes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotioas instruments and electuaries do more harm than good.' William's Indian Pile Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense itching, (particularly at night after getting warm in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives instant refief, and is prepared only for Plies, itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Read what the Hon. J. M. Coffinberry of Cleveland eays about Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment: I have used seores of Pile Cures, and it affords me pleasure to say that I have never found anything which gave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment. Hon. Judge VY. P. Coons. Maysville, Ky., says:wI have suffered for years with itching piles, and have used many remedies. I have used Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment and been cured while every other remedy failed." For sale by Packard & Upham, and mailed on receipt of price, $1.00. Fbazier Medicine Co. Prop'rs. Cleveland, Ohio. I HAVE for eale a miscellaneous lot of per nnrannnl nrnnortu tmlnnn. tn Mmm- iv Home, late of Cheboygan, deceased, consist lag in part of Horses, Lumber Sleighs, Light Bieigns, idimoer wagon, One jiorso wagon, Muggies, cutter. ueavy anu idgnt Harnesses. TtnhPB. FAnnlntr mill lTotr nnlln. Iln... ..i.. Mowlnjr Machine, Window and Door Frames! uuiuucr, omul, noonnit, rarmina lmpie mcuio, mrucuier a tuuia. tiay, IWO COWS, etC GEO. W. BELL, li1mlnl.t.i.li. Cheboygan, February 6th, 1884. . 7fettf T. A. Perrin. M. D. C. A. Perrm, M. D. PUYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples' Drusr Store, Maim Street, CHEBOYGAN, M jyi.H. KIETZE. Formerly physician In the Prussian Army, will treat, with medical skill, all cases of sickness? particular attention paid to chronio diseases. A specialty will be made oi all coinpiaiatsof th Jreake sex. Office at Central Drug Store. J.Benson Hill, M. D., Office and Residence on Water Sreet opposite Fountain House. UUUM SEL ORS A 7LA TP, ; lhebovaaa.MiPb Q.EO.EDWARD rKOST, Attorney and Counselor at Law. r, x. . united states Commissioner. Collections Promptlv Made. JjmftNK SHEPHEHD. "W IT ZEZ 1Z, , CHEBOYGAN MICH. S. H. TAYLOE, Iteal Estate and Insurance Agent, Office in Oerow Block. A. W. WESTGrATE. Iusuranceand Real Estate Agent. Offlca onnnsito nABtnfFta KuuniliT .o,.,t. Snovtf by J. P. Sutton. mn mil A Marvelous Story , TOLD IN TWO LETTERS. ; FROM THE SON: '"SSgSS- GentUmen: My father resides at Glover, 't t. lie h:i boon a great sufferer from Scrof- aud the iuclosod letter will tell you what a luarvelous effect Ayer s Sarsaparilla his bad in bis ease. I think his blood must have contained the humor for at least tea years j but it did not show, except In the form of a scrofulous sore on the wrist, until about fire years ago. From a few cpots which ap peared at that time, it gradually spread so aa to cover bis entire body. I assure you be was terribly afflicted, and an object of pity, when be began using your medicine. Now, there aro few men of his ago who enjoy as good health as he has. I could easily name fifty persons who would testify to the facts In his case. Tours truly, "W. M. Phillips." FROM THE FATHER:;, both a le&mirA anil a dutv for me to state to von tha hnnnflt i hare derived from the use of Ayers Sarsaparilla. Six months ago I was eonjpl-tV covered with a terrible humor and scrofulom pores. Tho humor caused an Incessant and intolerable Itching, and the skin cracked so as to cause the blood to flow in many places whenever I moved. My sufferings were groat, and my life a burden. I commenced the use of tha Sarsaparilla In April last, and have used It regularly since that time. My condition began to Improve at once. The sores hava nil healed, and I feol perfectly well In every rHict being row nl,a to do a good day's .il;,ftU!'ousUT3ywr.iofage. Manylnquira 'if 1ir wr-MicM a cure in my case, and I t-ll tVm, a? 1 lifro here tried to tell you, -l ' r.'s tUKB.u-A.iru.A. Glover, Vt., Oct. ' , Yours gratefully, ' LIibaji PniLLipa." Arr.n's Sabsapaeillx nra Rmfni. and all Scrofulous Complaints, Erysip elas, fcewraa, Ringworm, Klotchcs, Sores, ISoila. Tumors, and Ernnflnna the SUn, It clears the blood of all impu ritlos, aids digestion, stimulates the action of the bowels, and thus rntnre !fm nA strengthens the whole system. PSKPAHEDBT Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co..Lowell,Mass. I. S. COOPER, MAIft ii TREE Tt CHEBOYGAN, MIOH. Always on hand a very complete stock ot Drugs, Chemicals, rATEST MEDICINES, Brushes, Sponges, Perfumery, Fancy and Toiiet Articles. Imported1 and Domestic Wines. and Liquors for Medical Use. A FINE LINE OP Odor Jewel and DressingCases. CUT GLASS BOTTLES, &0. Carefully compounded at all hours, night or day, by a competent and skillful druggist. I. 8. coorEit. 5,000 ROLLS Of Entiro New Styles of WALL PAPER AND THE LARGEST LINE OF SAMPLES IN THE CITY TO SELECTT FROM, AT SMYTH & GO'S All Paper Boncht of ui Trimmed Fre . orunante. Campbell Hotel! Sisn of the Thistle. ALEX. . CAMPBELL, Proprietor. Next door to Star Clothing House, Opposite A. r. Newton's Store. Rates Per Week, $5; Per Day, $1. This House Has been Neicly Furnished Throughout. Sold Ij all Druggists; 1, six bottles for 5. 2inovtf