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That is the Cry of the lion. John F. Flnerty, Who Comes out Squarely for tho Kepub lican Ticket. From the Chicago Inter Ocean. Th Hon. John F. Flnerty. member of Congress from the Second District, has always beau a Democrat, bit was elected to Congress on an Independent picket, lie Is again the candidate of the people of this district without regard to party lines, but because his sense of honor would not permit him to support Gover nor Cleveland for President, the Dem ocratic machine has determined to de feat him. In the last issue of his paper, the Irish Citizen, Mr. Flnerty reviews the situation in his district and then declares his intention to support Blaine on the broad ground of American citi zenship. He says: "Without surrendering a principle that he has ever held, without accepting any party collar, without abandoning the peoplethe independent and honest people who have trusted in and elected him, Mr. Flnerty, on the broad ground of American citizenship and American J lory, hereby declares his preference for am 3 G. Blaine as a Presidential can didate. HE DECLARES AGAINST CLEVELAND because he has proved himself the ene my of the laborer and the mechanic, the ally of monopolists, the self-constituted judge of the constitutionality of meas ures intended to benefit the people, the bare faced dodrer of the vital question of protection to American industries, and the ehampion, accepted and ratified, of a foreign interest on this continent. Mr. Flnerty will never be found yoting for any dubious American who has the unqualified support of of the Times, the Telegraph, the Standard and the News, of London. lie supports James G. Blaine because, in declaring openly for protection against Europe, and free commerce with our American neighbors on and below our southern frontier, he advocates the true American policy, and the only 010 by which this country can not only re main great, free and prosperous, but al so by which she can spread the influence she ought to possess on the two cis-At-lantic continents, and maintain the let ter of that Democratic Monroe doctrine which say9 to Europe "hands off" and of which. Mr. Blaine, although a Republi can, is the truest and MOST GIFTED LIVING EXTONENT. With him at the head of the Nation there woeld be no fear that the Panama canal shall ever degenerate into a Eu ropean waterway. Mr. Flnerty, further, supports Mr. Blaine because of his vigorous .foreign policy a policy that the tragical end of President Garfield enrbe 1 before it had attained to a more splendid development. Mr. Blaine belieyes in a navy capable of fighting, and in a system of National defense commensurate with the vastness and the diversified interests of the United States. Mr. Finerty also supports Mr. Blaine because England abhors him, and be cause his election, although he is not a fire-brand or a promoter of unnecessary warfare, would be a slap in her face. He hopes the time may never come when the American people will accept a 'can didate that their most bitter enemies and jealous commercial rivals desire. Finally, Mr. Finerty declares against Grover Cleveland becanse his nomina tion by the Democratic National conven tion was a direct insult, and so intend ed, to the backbone of the Democratic party north of the Ohio, and a challenge to the manhood and political courage of every American, of whatever race or Erevious condition, who earns his liveli ood by honest labor. "WILD ABOUT CLEVELAND. All England Anxlouly Hoping for his Election and Free Trade. The following is taken from the Reg ister, of Iron ton, Ohio, where a large iron manufacturing interest is centered. Mr. Thomas Johns, who used to command the rolls in the iron and steel mills, re turned from England recently, and the Register reporter had an interview with him. He left here on the 2Cth of June andieached Liyerpool August 5; and from there he went to South Wales, where he remained a month, spending the most of his time at Eberrale. ''How did you find the iron outlook over there?" asked the reporter. "Well, sir, I found it fearfully depress ed. The iron mills are nearly all silent, though the steel mills are jogging away. When I left, the Ebervale steel rail mill had been idle nine days and hadn't an order on its books." What about steel rails ?" "Oh, they are lower than iron rails. A manufacturer told me that he could sell eteel rails for $19.50 at a slight profit, while Iron rails would cost $24.20." "What is the feeling of the iron makers there as to the outlook?" we asked. HARD TIMES IN ENGLAND. "Decidedly blue. They told me that they had exhausted eyerything in Aus tralia and India. These countries are pumped dry, and their salvation is now in getting free trade with the United States. They told me they expected to get a foothold in America when Cleve land was elected, and so they are all Cleveland men, and tried to convince me that free trade was the thing for the United States." "Were you convinced by their argu ments?" ENGLAND SOLID FOR CLEVELAND. "Mel Well, not mueh. You see they are all wild for Cleveland all through England, for they really expect to noe him elected and thus get hold . of the American market. Now 1 have worked la both countries and been doing some visiting since and a good deal of looking on, and I know that American . labor would be sadly damaged by free trade." "What about the wages over there r" There it is, you see. They pay about a shilling (24 cents) where we pay a dol lar, and the decrease has been going on lor twenty years, l lert there twenty 1HE NORTHERN IRIBUJNIi, HnflMKHiit aa. j.oo.. years ago, and the . reduction of wages has been 50 per cent in that time." "What about the prices of living?" LOW WAGES AND HIGH EXPENSES. "Very little different. You can live on the same money here that you can there and better, too. Over there you pay 30 cents a pound for the best cuts of beef and 28 cents for ham; flour, coffeo, and tea the same as here. Clothing is about the same as here. I stepped into a store at Liverpool and bought a plain percale shirt which cost me $1.07; a pair of merino socks, 48 cents; a pair of cuffs, 30 cents; a common merino undershirt, $1.32. An ordinary suit of blue cloth costs $21 to $22. I have bought all these things right here in Ironton, paying about the same price. I know it costs just as much for living over there r.s here, taking everything into account." "What about pig iron?" HOW FREE TRADE WOULD REDUCE WAGES. "That is very dull at about $10 a ton. They get all their ore from Spain and Africa. One thing that is telling on England is the Belgium traae. Though England can make steel rails at $19.50, Belgium ships her rails there and un dersells the English makers. So you see, with free trade in this country we would have to buck against Belgium too. Now, what chan ee would a furnaceman in the United States have to tell his pig iron product with steel rails at $19.50? It just couldn't be done unless every dol lar of wages was reduced to 24 cents. I have heard people say that the wages aro so much less but the living is cheap er. The latter is not so. The people tret along there by denying themselves com forts and living poorly. Their comforts are not to be compared with the Ameri can laborer. I know this for I have been among them. It is no wonder the Brit is manufacturer wants the American market and shouts for Cleveland, but it would be a wonder if the American peo ple would sacrifice themselves to free trade." WIDE WIDE WORLD. Minnie R. paced a mile with rnnning mate at Milwaukee Thursday in 2:00. Jonnsten made a mile in 2:llJi. and Richball in 2:15. The Ohio Valley is th most fully oc cupied land, agriculturally speaking, in the United States, There is said to be $30,0C0,0CD invested in hotels along the line ot Broadway, New York. A Cincinnati man has discovered a process by which a corpse can be con verted into marble, and an exchange says it is possiblo in time for every fam ily to have a honse full of statuary. The latest discoveries render insula tion so perfect that to-day there is less loss of electrical force between the United States and England than there formerly was between New York and Brooklyn. Alderman F. C. Deaison, of Toronto, has accepted the command of the expe dition of the Canadian voyageurs to be sent to the relief ot General Gordon at Khartoum. Professor A. II. Sayce has deciphered an Assyrian tablet, which gives an ac count of a transit ot Venus 1,600 years B.C. An Arkansas man thinks he has ex humed the petrified head of a fairy. The supposed fossil is about the size of a large walnut. The features of the human face eyes, nose, mouth, fore head, cheeks ahd chin may all bo dis cerned. Annie and Nellie Nntt, sisters of James Nutt, who shot N. L. Dukes at Unlontown, Pa., died Thursday f rem the effects of poison which had been placed in the well, presumably by friends of Dukes. Other members of the family were seriously ill. and the excitement in the town was intense. Miss Louise S. Baker, who has been supplying the pulpit of the North church at Nantncket, Mass., for four years, could not administer the ordinances of baptism or the Lord's supper because she was not ordained, it being contrary te Congregational usage. The church has now taken the matter in hand and given her the desired authority. Montreal customs officers have seized machinery, valued at $24,0CD, imported from the States three years ago by an extensive woolen mill there and entered at undervaluation. A very extraordinary diamond, which is expected to prove the most marvelous stene ever known, has been found in South America and shipped to a Lendon syndicate of diamond merchants. Its rough weight is 457 carats. When cut it will weigh from 220 to 3CD carats, and will exceed in size all the historic dia monds. Thomaa B. Reed, who has just been re-elected to Congress from Maine after an exciting contest, was a leading oars man a Bowdoin College. He was grad uated from that College in 1800. While a studeit he was a participant in many a close race, and was a winner, as he was this year. Hadley, the reputed author of the Morey letter, attributed to General Garfield, while under examination in a New York court edified tho question whether or not he really wrote the letter. Chairman Barnum, of the National Democratic Committee, admitted having furnished Hadley with considerable sums of money. New York Sun (Dem.): Perhaps Cleve land is really a reformer, and, if so, the work has been done in private and in si lence. So far as the unaided eye can see, his chief act of reform has consisted in putting a railroad man to rule the canals, and bargaining for delegates to support him in convention. We fear that Cleveland is a sham, Cincinnati Times-Star (Rep.): Blaine for thirty years has been a man of ex tensive and varied correspondence. Cleveland, as a letter writer, is compara tively unknown. So, while Blaine's musty old letters are being disinterred for political effect, the cemetery of the past is stirred up in vain for any corres pondence of Cleveland. BTTAE NEWS, The crop of buckwheat la this state is an enormous one this year. The apple cron Is narticalarly fine lm the Grand Traverse region this year. Burt Sampson, who escaped while en route from Jackson to Ionia, to serve one year, was recaptured at Portland, bare-headed and bare-footed, with the handcuffs still on him. ' ' The contract for bnlldinsra life sav ing station at the Portarre Lako and Lake Superior shm canal, is awarded to J, B. Sweatt, Uaaquette Mich. ' 1 Johnnie Decker, aeed 7 vears. son of Prof John L. Docker, of Owosso, died Thursday night after an illness of six months, the result of a severe shock giv en his system by being frightened by another boy. Miss Caroline Chaffee, of Detroit, has received the appointment from General Sickles, U. S. Commissioner for Colorado to the World's Exposition at New Or leans, of secretary and correspondent of that commission. . George MeShea fell into a threshing machine cylinder, while pitching bun dles from a loft, near Howard City, and had one foot damaged to that it will have to be amputated. The feeder a powerful man, saved him from death. At a Democratic meetlnz five miles south of Blissfield. Lawanee conntv. PThursday a cannon- which was aboat lo be fired exploded, and a portion of the iron struck Daniel Owen, a young Bliss field man, in the hip, crushing his leg so badly that amputation was necessary. At the Michigan Aericultural College there are white ash trees frem seed planted in 1875, in rows four feet apart and thinned out to about two feet in the row. These trees are ten to twentv feet high and much more thrifty than transplanted trees. . The will of the late Porter Ilacklev of Muskegon is being contested. The es tate is valued at $4GO,C0O. Mrs. Harriet P. Hackley is the contestant and charges incapacity and that the will was pro cured by. undue influence. The propon ent, Charles II. Hackley, claims that the contestant was not the wife of Porter Hackley. The will makes no provision for the alleged wife, but makes C. II. Hackley the exeeutor and gives him un qualified control of the estate. Adrian Collert is said to be willincr to give a free scholarship te the person of highest standing as a pupil in every high school in the cauntry. The offer has been made to the Adrian Hisrh school and accepted, and Miss Edith Coplin is the winner of the prize of the work of last year. The scholarship is worth about $00. A little girl of vears has lust ar rived at Dundee, who cams all the way from London, England, alone, cared for only be the officers of steamships and railroad trains. Upon the 15th Inst., the Toledo. Ann Arbor & North Michigan Railway Com pany Dam a barbed wire fence through the premises of John C. Shaw, of Ithica, Gratiot eonaty. On the morning of the 16th. Mr. Shaw found one of his valua ble horses dead, it having run against the fence during the night, cutting its throat so badly that it bled to death. POLITICAL. NOTES. Reports from Ohio show continued de fections from the Democracy to the Re publicans. - Mr. Blaine expresses the hone that every Republican paper in the country will publish the Mulligan-Fisher letters in full. -With Hendricks apologizing for the head of the ticket and Ben B a tier slash ing at the platform. Democrats are hav ing a serious time. The regular Republican and Indepen dent Protection Democrats of Louisiana have agreed to unite upon a Blaine and Logan electoral ticket. r ' It is a notable fact of the election In Maine that in everv town and precinct where there was a large Irish Vote the Republican majority was largely in- creaseu. T ha change la the ownership of the Chronicle-Herald leaves the Democratic party in Philadelphia with ne accredited daily organ printed in English, Catholic Review: Irishmen haye wrongs to ricrht in Ireland and EnfflanrL but nowhere are they subjected to re ligious persecution such as that which has been continued in existence by Gov ernor Cleveland. Democrats have about exhausted the regular vocabulary, and are beginning to resort to euss words to express their dis gust at Biame for not voting as they warned mm 10 in Aiame. "I am a poor man, but I think more of my family than riches. I am a Demo crat, put I love my country more than pany. o writes a correspondent of a Now York paper, and adds, "I shall not vote for Cleveland on account of his shamelessness, and his defiance of moral sentiment and virtuous action. Arkansas always goes Democratic. 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Prayer- meeting Tuesday evening at 8:00. i. w. (JlarK, pastor. , , i. - i ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CnURCH. ' Huron street. Services every Sunday morn ing at 10:30; evening at 7 o'clock; Sunday scnooi 12 m. J . m. uurus, itector. CHEBOYGAN LODGE, NO. 283 F. AND A.M. Regular meeting, at Masonic Hall, Wednes day evening, on or before the full of the moon. (iU Wharton, WM.- J P Sutton, Sec'y. TEMPLE LODGE NO. 331, 1. 0. 0. F. Meet every Tuesday evening, at Odd Fellows Hall. J. II. Tuttle, N G. 8. S. Eddy, R S, BENTON LODGE. NO. 108. A. 0. U. W. Meet first and third Monday evenings of the month at 9. C. S. Ramsay. M W. (Jeorge N. Case, Recorder. CHEBOYGAN CHAPTER, NO. 109, OF R. A. M. Meets in Masonic Hall, on the Friday on or alter the full of the moon. A R Thayer, 11 P. J C Wooster, sec'y. . CHEBOYGAN COUNTY. Judge of Probate E Z Perkins. ! Sheriff Wm Harrington. Prosecuting Attorney Frank Shepherd, : Clerk and Register Medard Metivier. ' Treasurer E Z Perkins. - CHEBOYGAN VILLAGE. President George E Frost. I Trustees H A Blake, R Robinson, J B Mc- Artnur, wm U Hayes, Uhas J Kitchen, Geo u rvnartnn. . , ! Clerk C J Hunt ; Treasurer J E Cueny. Attorney Geo W Bell. . Marshal Howard Lynn. 5 . BENTON TOWNSHIP. Supervisor 0 A Gallagher. iClerk-NW Lyons. ' Treasurer A G Boggs. ' ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Arrive From south at 9 a. m. and 8:2(5 p K. ! North at 7:30 AM. and 10 pm. log In Dart of Morses, Lumber Sleighs, Light 1 hlcighs. Lumber n agon, (ino Horse Wagon, Huggies, Cutter, : Heavy and Light Harnesses. Robes, Fanning mill. Hay cutter, Tlorso rke, Mowlnsr Machine, Window and Door Framos, Lumber, Mulnir, Flooring, Fnrmlna lmple ments, carpenter s tools. Hay, two cows, etc whsch will bo sold at barvnlnn. GEO. W. BELL, Administrator. Chtboygau, February 6th, issi , It ettf IHTCMTC Obtained in the United States rHItillnnd all pntent-orantlnsr coun tries, by xhom AS B. .BlUlAGUB S'N. 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M kinaw M klnaw Kxprc! t'x press Chlcnyo fl 55 p m 8 55 a m Jackeon - 7 25 am 410 pm Snglnaw City 11 25 H 85 Toledo a (K) B 10 " Detroit 8 ao 9 05 " Ray City 115pm 145 am l'mconnlng 2 08 2 H5 " Standleb 8 3 2 57 H Aler 3 05 3 28 West Uranch 3 35 3 67 " RoBCornmon 4 30 4 65 " Grayling...... 5 15 6 40 M Out-KoLake. 5 68 6 J8 " Cay lord 6 5 8 S8 M Vandcrbllt... 6 25 6.68 Wolverine....... 7 00 7 21 " Indian Ulver 1 25 7 48 " Toplnabeo '. 7 U7 8 00 " MulletLalre..... 7 60 8 15 " heboycan.... , 8 05 8 25 " Freedom... . Mackioaw.C'y 8 35 .9 00 M SOUTHWARD. STATIONS. NY ex NY ex press. press AM .7 00 7 85! 7 47 8 OC 8 13 8 8 8 58 Mackinao City. Kreedem . 900 9 35 9 56 10 18 10 37 11 10 11 35 1 00 l i 33 ami 20 2 18 3 SO 4 10 . 4 48 6 15 (1 15 . 11 20 A 10 Cheboygan Mullet L.ak .... Toptnabee........ Indian River..., Wolverine Vanderbilt Gaylord Otsego Lake..., 0 IS 9 3 Grayling...... 10 15 nosewmraon.. 10 45 11 4.S West Branch., Aljref pml2 2(l Btandish Plnconnlnjf.... Bay City Detroit......... Toledo 1 9S 2 10 6 45 9 80 Siirlnaw Citv. 6 48 10 lo am 7 0 11 lb Jackson Chicago. am 7 JJO praB fit AH trains run by Nmetlteh Meridian or Cen tral standard Tim. Closo connections at all Junction points. 0. W. RUGGLES, Gen. Pass, & Ticket Ag't, Chicago. H. E. Worcester, Ag't, Cheboyean. Grand Kaplds & Indiana Railroad ' TIME TABLE. In effect June 22d, 1884, Trains run by Cen tral standard Time, THAIN8 GOING MOUTH. STATIONS. No.l. I No. 3. INo.5. I No. 7, Cincinnatl.lv Ft. Wayne..ar Kalamazoo ar lv G'dRapids..ar G'd Rapids lv I,G11 & M c Howard City" Dig Rapids." Keed City..." Cadillac. ..ar Petoskey, ' Har.Sprfnsrs" Mack. Citv " 7 40am 2 22pm 45 " 6 42 7 00 " 9 00 11 00 " 1118 " 12 40nm 127 " 16A 8 00 " 3 0.1 8 36 " 7 05 " 8 00 " 7 15pm 1 50a in 2 50 " 6 53 " 710 9 20 10 25 10 45 12 01pm 101 " 130 " 2 63 8 00" e 3;i " 7 05 " 8 00 " 7 lOum 7 80 8 47 " 0 43 1017 " 1125 " 11 68 3 45 4 15 " TUA1NS GOING SOUTH. STATIONS. No. e. No. 8. No. 4. Mack. City lv Har.Sprinus" Petoskey " No. 2. 9 80pm 7 Ofiatn 10 15 " 7 65 10 47 " 8 28 " 2 2?am 11 68 " 2 85 " 12 Mpm 8 no" 110' 4 07 " 1 67 6 00 " 2 43 " 6 10 3 60 " 6 30" 410" 7 OO " 4 3ft 8 65 " 6 32 " 9 (HI " 6 52 " 12 41pm 10 60 " 1 00 J OT.ar 7 05 " I 7 10 7 30nm 1125 " 3 aopm 4 89 " 5 12 l8 " 7 23 " 7 40 Cadillac.... nr " -lv Keed City 111 ..l,la tt 6 Oflnm 7 06 7 3 8 47 10 05 10 25 " 11 45 1 liHpm 8 00 6 40 " 6 50 " Hownri;City" D.K.1I&M o " G'dltapidsar " lv Kalamazoo ar " lv F't Wnync.nr Cincinnati ar 12 50pm General Passenger a (rent. w.M. Carpenter, Airent. Mackinaw City. Prnnarn fnr fVirvn, Ir, 'lLI.USTItATKl)CATAMM;rK..r BAND INSTRUMENTS, A liniforma, i'iipiiu-nt j.cto., nnl U CAMPAIGN BAND MUSIC" CHURCH & LE, WKHr, Hoot A Sn K lefn. 200 to 200 Wftcoah A. C 'C88O. III. I 1 45am 0 25pm 5 " 55 " 00 " 20 80 " 27 68- 30 " 5 Main