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THjS NOltTHEiiN TRIBUNE, CHEBOYGAN, MICH., JULY 2, 1885.
tn.attra .alari.a tha fnllowlue MiCU iCttU
nfflf wATATAfinead from Prtsidtnti ail to
fnni-h.laa nfllflM! C!lLIJD0li8. Edl QOrt
FowlerTillt, Fremont, 11 wriion. lIoar
City, Kalkaifca. Leslie, Mancnaiur, mu
dot, Morenel, Norway aad Spring Lake
Rer. D. S. Stepbeni, president of thi
Adrian coll, is a natire of Spring
field. Mo. and only 38 years of age.
tii it Xr p f will nlaeesseeial trains
at the disposal of the newspaper men of
tbe state on me oeeasion oi mmr jom
Dress neeting at TraTerse my. juiju
SamuelS. Bacon, a young lawyer of
Nlles. wbo nad been marries uov luiny
six bowrs, eemmltted suicide by shoot
lnsr. Thursday morning.
Reductions ia salary raaging from
$100 to $000 are made in 67 olliees In
Michigan. The Traverse city ornce re
last viar. 1.800. Blar RaDids
u rriiiRd from $2.300 te $2,100: Cadillac
from $2,000 to $1,700; Cheboygan from
$1,600 to $i,&uu; Erari irom i,uu iq
$1,000; Fetoskey from f i.buu to tijhw
Reed City from $1,500 to $1,400; St
Ignaee from $1,400 to $1,000.
Tha at&ta fair rrouad will be iinoroY-
d for the coming fair by the addition
of a building 22 by 100 feet for tbe diris
lan nf arrlinltura and miefaintrY and
additional room for the exhibition of
carriages. The water sapply will also
The board of. commissioners of the
nerthein asylum of the insane Thursday
gaY the contract for lighting the asylum
building at Traverse City, Mich., with
incandescent electric light, to the Edi
son company of Detroit. The number
of lights to be supplied is tuu.
It Is expected a whortleberry canning
factory will become an institution of
Roscommon lu the near imure.
J. V7. Ilayes, of Decatur sent a setting
of eggs to Carthage, Mo., and word came
back to him that one hatched a emcicen
that had four legs, two tails and one
Representative Francis B. Egan, of
YYayne county, nas Deen appointed
deputy temmissiener of labor, and will
be employed to report statistics and
make examinations. Ex-Senator Gnlli
fer, of this district, continues as deputy.
E. E. Ellis, late Unitarian minister at
Mt. Pleasant, has begnn proceedings
against A. N. Brown, publisher of the
Northwestern Tribune, for criticisms of
an alleged indeeent sermon. Mr. Brown
says he Is preparing to vindicate him
self and gave bonds.
In the rheterical prize contest at Olivet
college Miss Welch, of Manistee, deliver
ed the first prize essay, and Miss llobtrt,
ef Olivet the second.
Michigan does not seem to be losing
so largely this year by emigration to the
wset as during the past few years, on
the contrary, many of her citizens who
went to Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas
begin to realize the advantages they left
here, and are eomiag back te enjoy
them, Kalamazoo Telegraph.
The crops in Chippewa sounty are re
ported as looking unprecedentedly well.
Boyne City is rejoicing over a mew
telephone wire connecting with Charle
voix and Petoskey.
A directory of Michigan homoeopath
ists shows that there are 331 practition
ers of that school in this state.
Ia Tnscola county, wheat, oats, barley
and buckwheat are looking well, but
corn is much damaged by the cat-worm.
The once well-known Bay furnace
property near Munlsing, upper penln
sula, some 15,000 ucres la all, has been
converted into a cattle ranch. Munis
ing expects to be greatly benefited by
Mrs. Salisbury, ef Goodrich, whose
irate father horsewhipped her youthful
husband and paid $20 for his fun, has
returned to her parents and will not
speak to the yoang man. She insists
that "he's just too hateful for anything;
' The joint meeting ef the Michigan
press and Western Michigan press as
sociation, to be held at Traverse City,
beginning oa the morning of July 7,
will be an enjoyable and interesting
gathering of newspaper men. About
150 publisher have already signified thir
intention of attending with their ladles.
The charter of the American National
bank, Detroit, having expired, it im
mediately resumed as the American Ex
change National bank fcnd was author
ized Friday by the controller of the cur
rency te begin business under the new
name. Its capital stock is $400,000.
violent wind and raid storm occur
id in some sections of St. Clair county
Friday afternoon, and lightning did
some damage. . At Smith's Creek, James
Lindsay's barn was struck and a valu
able horse paralyzed. An adjoining
building was also demoralized.
C.J.O. Flym, of Detroit, wanted to
charge $2,700 for collecting $1,500 from
an estate bat the court could not see it.
Lawyers are noted for their modest
The stockholders of the Marquette,
Hoaghton & Ontonagon railroad will
meet at Marquette to elect directors July
The next oraage crop in Flerida is ex
pected te be worth $2,000,000.
Ia the bottoms and lowlands of Mont
gomery County. Illinois, the wire worm
is destroying whole fields of corn.
Whitelaw Reid.ef the New York Tri
bune hss settled an annuity of $500 on
Mrs. Cleveland, Horace Greeley's poor
New York has received appointments
to foreign offices to the vain of $47,261
per annum. Ohio stands next, with a
pay roll of $29,700.
There is on exhibition in Chicago a
motherly cow with five yoang calve, all
of the same age and all her own. They
take taras at meal time.
The whole number of visitors to the
New Orleans Exposition was 1,158.840.
ine centennial imposition was attend
dee by 7.910,ti people.
Mrs. L. B. Buell, of Rockford, III.,
broke her thigh Saturday, In sitting
down upon a chair. The same lady a
year ago broke her arm while wielding
Business in Orezon is rsTivincr and
the Republicans iu Portland have elect
ed their entire ticket by a handsome
Thousands of English sparrows have
built nests this season on the trestles of
the New York elevated railways within
six incnes or tne tracks.
Tim European wheat croa is estimitel
by Fry & Co., of England to be 00,000,000
bushels short of last year. They say
there "must soon be a reaction iii the
world'e wheat market."
S. L. Phelps, United States Minister
to Peru, died at Lima Wednesday morn
ing, of last week, aged CO. The new ap
peintee to the position, C. YT. Bnrk, of
Kentucky, has not yet arrived at Lima.
Judge Foraker, the Republican candi
date for Governor in Ohio, is said to have
been a great help to his mother when he
was a boy. He could wash and iron,
milk the cows, cook dinners, spin cloth,
and pick geese.
The passage of Texas cattle thronirh
Kansas is opposed by the citizens of the
latter State, aad troable is anticipated.
Secretary Lamar has been appealed to.
The claim is that the cattle are diseased.
According te the Rev. Dr. Willis, of
San Francisco, what the Apaches need
is a gospel that will get hell out of the
Indians and not a gospel that will get
the Indians out ei hell.
An epidemic of glanders among horsos
which has been communicated to eats
and dogs has broken out ia Knoxyille, a
suburb of Pittsburg, Pa. A disease call
ed"breining"is spreading among hogs
in the Lebanon, tPa) section.
Kentucky whisky men owe the gov
ernmeat 5,000.000 back taxes which will
be due Aug. 1. They are laboring to
get "a stay ' until Congress meets, and
Secretarv Maunlng will be called upon
to meet a great Democratic argument.
The law Is peremptory, and the penal
ties for non-payment are heavy.
Fifteen horse-thieves were captnred
and hanged by vigilantes in Indian Ter
ritory withia a few days.
Mrs. Mary Beneman, sister of Commo
dore Oliver Hazard Perry, is said to be
still living at Ames, Iowa, aged 112
The convention of the National G. A.
R. encampment at Portland closed
Thursday, ex-Congressman S. S. Bar
dette, of Missouri, being elected Commander-in-chief.
Aroesteok county. Maine, last year
manufactured 1,500,000 bushels of pota
toes into starch. That is the way to
stiffen the price of potatoes.
The new city directory of San Fran
cisco contains 10,000 more names than
that of 1884, and the population is now
estimated at 325,000.
Nearlv 20.000.000 eggs are shipped
across the Atlantic to this country,
chiefly from Antwerp and Hamburg,
during the summer months of each year.
At a recent "Children's day" service
in the Methodist church, in Roxford
Flats, N. Y., a lady who had no canary
bird took a parrot to hang up in the
church among the flowers and other
decorations. When a small boy with
whom the parrot was familiar began to
speak his piece, tbe parrot began to
meek him and finally screeched out,
"Hey, you little devil!" This demoraliz
ed the congregation and roily was hur
ried oat of church in diszrace.
Kitty Stevens, a little eight-year-old
girl, who died in Poughkeepsie. N. Y.,
made her own arrangements for her
funeral, which were carried ont. The
corpse was attired in white, and in its
arms was a doll in white. The flowers
on the casket as well as the casket it
self, were white, the hearse and its
horses were white, and five little girls
dressed in white acted as bearers.
Eighty Yean of Ignorance.
New York Tribune.
Sumner Hartwell, the octogenarian
hermit of Shirley, Mass., is dead. He
lived and died in the room where he was
bora. He passed half his life in a lo
cality where he could hear the locomo
tive whistlo daily, yet he never rode on
a train of ears, and knew not the ap
pearance of the inside of an ordinary
freight caboose. He had no idea of the
nature of tbe telegraph instrument, and
had failed to gaze upon the telephone
transmitter. Horse cars would hare
been as strange to him as they would
have been to the North American Indian
in 1537. Of the several towns near
Shelby be had visited only two. The
city of Fitchburg, two miles away, he
knew no more about than he did of
Alerat. From the hilltop where he pass
ed his days can plainly be seen the
church spires in Lunenberg, three miles
awav, yet Sumner Hartwell knew as
much about Constantinople as he did of
Lunenberg. He had been to Town send
Harbor, au adjacent village, and had
paid visits to a gristmill on the edge ef
Groton, but at that point he would not
alight from his team, neither curiosity
nor a dosire for information had ever
prompted him to learn in just what
manner his corn was turned iuio meal.
Hartwell nerer saw a circus, never at
tended a country cattle show, never
heard of a thousand matters familiar to
every schoolboy in the land. For 40
J ears he had not attended church, but
e made tfe request that when he died
the bell upon the Unitarian church be
tolled, anc it was.
Politically this old fellow was a Re
publican, but he did not follow closely
the political world.' He voted for Blaine
last vear. but did not tarry at the polls.
Disappointment in love is popularly sup
posed to hare caused him to seclude
himself from the world, but nothing
definite en this point is known.
Tbe Way Bob lugenoll (let In.
Bob Ingersoll called attheluterior De
pnrtmeut yesterday and asked to see the
"De Sec'tary is occupied, sah, with
members and Senataau only. Wont
see nobody elne now, sih," said the col
ored messenger at the door.
Bob waited for a moment with his
hands in his pockets. Then he pulled
out a half dollar and dropped Into the
janitor's hand, after glriaz a few whis
pered instructions. A moment later the
messenger walked into the Socretary a
room, where a large number of Senators
and members were assembled, and ad
dressed tbe Secretary:
"Mr. Sec'tary, Mr. Boh Ingersoll am at
de doah. He says he understands that
dls am de time when you won t see any
but members and Senatahs, an' he wants
te know when you receire gentlemens."
"Show the Colonel in, said the Seer
tary. New York Sun.
Wild :iicrry mid Tnr.
Everybody knows the virtues of Wild
Cherry and Taras a relief and cure for
any effeetions of the Throat and Lungs,
combined with these two ingredients are
a few simple healing remedies in the
composition of Dr. Bosanko s Couch and
Lung Syrup making it jwst the article
you should always have In the house, for
Coughs, Colds, Croup and Bronchitis.
Price 50 cents and $1.00. Samples free.
bold by case & Perrln,
Piles are frequently pteeeded by a
sense of weight iu the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose he has some effeetion
of the kidneys or neighboring organs.
At times, symptoms of indigestion are
present, flatulency, uneasiness of the
stomach, etc. A moisture like prespira-
tion. producing a very disagreeable itch
ing, after getting warm is a common
attendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching
Piles yield at once to the application of
Dr. Bosanko s Pile Remedy, which acts
directly bpon the parts effected, absorb
ing the Tumors, allaying the intense
itching and effecting a permanent core.
Price 50 cents. Address, The Dr. Bosan
ko Medicine Co., Piqua, 0, Sold by Case
& r ernn.
151 POUT ANT.
Whon rou visit or leave Now York City, snve
unBgage JSxpressmte and Carriairo Hire and
atop at tho Grand Union Hotel. oiMosite(J rand
r.ieimnt rooms nttfd up at a cost or on million
uullars, reduced to jji.iw and upwards per duy.
European Plan. Elevator. Kustaurant sup
plied with tha best. Horse cars. stHues and
elevated railroad to all dacots. Families can
live belter lor less money at the Urand Union
Hotel then at any other tlrst class hotel in the
138 ACRES OF LANDS FORSALE
10 acres cleared. Will bo sold at the astonish.
inr low price of six dollars an acre, one quar
ter down, balance oa easy terms. Good road
t Cheboygan, god school and church privi
leges, sawmill and postollice In neighborhood.
Reason for selling bo cheap is owe no man any
thing. Call on er address
Itiggsville P. 0. Cheboygan Co., Mich.
W. H. RUNKER, Proprietor.
Tugs, Lighters, Row Boats, Etc.
Built to order on short notice.
Repairing of all Kinds
Promptly attended to.
AU kinds of timber In abundance. IMcnty of
yard room and a larjro force of skilled work
men. Work done promptly and In a satlsfac
Yard East SicU River, Opp. Eaker'sDock
The Rest Weekly in Michigan.
19 Months for $1-25.
The WEFKLY TOST will be sent
on or before "August 1, 1S83, until
January 1, 1887, for
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has among its special correspondents,
Grant, Sherman, lt)ana, Gladstone,
Bismarck, and all tho leading writers
of the world; has complete Farm,
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Democrat should read it. No Re
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