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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 28, 18o.
EE ALEES I 2T oves, Paints, Oils, fe, Window fc, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Hope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. Also 3vga,n-g.fa,ct-u.rers of Tin,Coppi arxd Sikieet Iron. T7"stre. Heavy and She arawe, De S DIRECTORY. riBM M K- CHt'RCU. Cor. Huron mi Piue streets. Rev. W. M. Campbell. Preaching 101 a. m., ly, p. m. Sabbath Mho d at 12 M. Prayer meeting Thurs day, at 7)i p. m. ST. JAMES' E. CHURCH. south Huron ttwi Preaching at K:.io a. m. 7;30 p. m. Sabbath school at 12 m. Rev. J. H. Magotliu, Rector. INDEPENDENT CHURCH. Opera House. Preaching at K:()0 P. m. Sab hatli School 12 M. R. M. Thompson, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. . Preaching 10:80 A. m., 7:30 P. M. Sabbath :borl, 12 M. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Chas. H. Hartley, 1). I)., Pastor. s r. mary's church. Cor. 5th ami Church streets. Low mass K a. m., daily. High mass 10f a. M. Sunday. Ves pers 3:30 p. m. Sunday. Rev. Peter J. l)e Smedt, Rector. BAPTIST CHURCH. Division street, near Dresser. Preaching 10 A M, 1)4 P M. Sunday school 12 M. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 8:00. CHEBOYCAN LODGE, NO. 283, V. AND A. M. Regular meeting, at Masonic Hall, Wednes day evening, on or before the full of the moon, (i (i Wharton, W M. J P Sutton, Sec'y. TUPLE LODOI NO. 331, I. O. 0. F. Meet every Friday evening, at Odd Fellows' Hall. B J Vanderbilt, Ni. R. Ilanuatyne, RS. . BENTON LODGE, NO. 108, A. O. U. W. Meet every other Monday evening, at H. H. J. Miner. M W. B H Begole, Recorder. CHEBOYGAN CHAPTER, NJ. 109, 01 R. A. M. Meets in Masonic Hall, on the Friday on or after the full of the moon. A J Paddock, H P. J C Wooster, Sec'y. CHKIJOYtiAN COUNTY. Judge of Probate E Z Perkins. Slieritf Win Harrington. Prosecuting Attorney Frank Shepherd. Clerk and Register Medard Metivier. Treasurer E Z Perkins. CHEBOYi; AN VILLAGE. President George E Frost. Trustees Watts S Humphrey, W E Smyth, H A Blake, R Robinson, J B McArthur, T T Van Arsdale. Marshal Howard Lynn. Clerk (' .J Hunt. Treasurer J E Cueny. Attorney Geo W fell. BENTON TOWNSHIP. Supervisor F M Sanimous. Clerk I E Be Gtowin, Treasurer A G Boggs. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Arrive From south at (5:02 A M, 5:05 P M. North at !):05 A M. Rogers City on Keweenaw. Black Lake Mondays p m. I tepart -Cor South i:05 A M, 10:33 P M. North 5:05 P M. Rogers City on Keweenaw. Black Lake Tuesdays A m. MACKINAC liY WILLIAM A1KMAN, .JR, For the Noktukkn Tkibunk. O, Isle! of islands enchanted, With legend and beauty so rife, Did you spring from these green waters haunt ed With the spell of their beauty to life? Here you caught the sweet zephyrs of heaven, As you gathered its perfume and bloom? Do your rocks and your forests re-echo wilh sounds from the crystaline dome? My hues from the water I gather, No vedure have I sought from earth, And yet on my forehead lingers The kiss their cool lips pressed at birth. From on high my white walls cast the sun beams, Reflecting the evening's glow, And I share the last rays of daylight Witli the curving hamlet MtoW. What lore from the tourmaline waters That wrap me with loving embrace, Hast thou learned? and whence the enchant ment, That wraps all who gaze on thy face? My air like the far famed fountain, Brings back again youth to its prime. One kiss from my spicy lips gathered, Effaces each foot print of time. The waves as they pass me are wooing, They sing as they flow to the sea, A song whose melody lingers, Imparting its sweetness to me. And to prove to my fleeting lover, That ever my heart, is true, From his green waves, green I have gathered, That I wear on my breast in bis view. O, home of the warrior heroes, Who rest at last from their strife, Do they find on thy fragrant hill tops, The peace vainly sought for in life.' Shall r, in the happy Islands, Toward which I am wending my way, Find a calm still as thine, to repay me, For "the burden and heat of the day?" The warriors rest on my bosom, Wrapped fold m fold with sleep. But the Isles of the blest where JTM jOUUf, Have whispered a secret I keep. Saturday night there was a severe storm at Kraft, and lightning struck tlio house f W. H, shearer, instantly killing his son, aged IS years, serinuly burning a younger daughter, tearing a shoe from a lady visitor, and burning her foot bad ly. The hoUM was badly wrecked, but not burned. Queen Victoria is four feet eight inch es nigh. Prince Albert was fifteen inches taller. Oklahoma Payne is at Arkansas City, Kansas, with wagons ami full equip ment for again invading the Indian ter ritory. The government has already paid over $700,000,000 in pensions to soldiers of the late war. Cardinal Manning is 73 years old, and became a Roman Catholic when he was 43 years old. Delaware peaches have reached the eastern markets and are said to be of ex cellent quality. De Lesseps says positively that funds are assured for the construction of a second Suez canal. A sponge measuring eight feet in cir cumference has been taken off Key West and is said to be the largest in the world A letter from the home of David Davis describes him as being fond of reading novels and playing waggish tricks upon his triends. Our exports of wheat flour during the fiscal year reached 0 million barrels, an increase of 2l million barrels oyer the previous year. Chas. Fisherman, a patient in the in sane asylum at Rochester, Minn., suicid ed by jumping into the furnace in the boiler room. We exported 40 million bushels of corn during the past year, a falling off of three million bushels as compared with last year. There was a terrible storm in Kalam azoo county Monday night, doing a great deal of damage. Gen. Supt. Kimbal, of the life saving service, has left Washington for a tour of stations on the northern lakes and to select sites for new stations. Col. Ed. Richardson, of Georgia, is said to be the largest cotton planter in the world. He has 17,000 acres in cotton and expects to ship 13,000 bales this year. Here is the beer score for 1882: New York, 8,000,686 barrels; Brooklyn, 836,376 barrels; Philadelphia. 1.023,514 barrels; Chicago, 675,553; Boston, 756,140 barrels. Encouraging crop reports come from Nebraska. The yield of rye and barley is said to bo very large. The wheat harvest has commenced and the crop is found to be excellent. They are sure gold will be found in paying quantities at tho Ropes claim. near Ishpenung, and other claims are being staked out. Mrs. James Bergher, of west Bav City, on Sunday last gave birth to three boys, weighing o 2,)'.i and 6 pounds, respectively. Mother and boys doing well. A fire broke out in tho retorts of the Vulcan furnace at Newberry Sunday morning and destroyed the retorts chemical buildings and saw Mill. Loss, f 12u,0U; partially insured Thirty different suits have been brought against the trustees of the Brooklyn bridge for damages growing out of the Decoration day panic. The amount claimed is about $500,000. It is estimated that 10,(XK) people at tended Tom Thumb's funeral at Bridge port, Conn., on Thursday, of last week, four-fifths of them women and girls. Tho little widow fainted at the grave. Senator Jones, of Florida, who has re cently returned from a visit to his birth place in Ireland, brings back a sad iac count of the present condition of that country and has no hope for the future Reports of improvement on Southern rivers show expenditures for the past year of nearly half a million dollars, while the engineers estimate that $320, 000 can be profitably expended thereon during the next fiscal year. Rev. J. G. Portman. late superin tendent of the state fish hatcheries died at Benton Harbor suddenly of heart dis ease Tuesday last week. His funeral took place under the auspices of the Masons and Odd Fellows at Marshall. Quartermaster General William Shakspeare has compiled a manual of the militia of the United States and of the state of Michigan; also the rules and regulations of the state military board for the use of the Michigan state troops. It will soon be published. Michigan lumbermen may be inter ested in knowing that the Chicago lum ber receipts of last year up to the 7th of July were 866,117,000 feet, against 596,860,000 during the same time this year, leaving a difference of 20,148,OuO feet in favor of the season of 1882. Cucumbers, according to M. Deliee1 caterer of the New York club, should be peeled and put to soak in ice-salt water at least an hour before served. The salt extracts the poison and the ice renders them brittle and easier to bo digested. An incident of the celebration of the fohlen wedding o' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cornelius, which took place at their country place, near Philadelphia, the other day, was the presence of all the children and granrlcbildren, numbering twenty-three, who have been born with in the fifty years. They met a family in Wfitoh. starting from Robert Cornelius and wife, there has not been a singlo death. All are living and prosperous and all wuro present. Thore has been no leath within the fifty years among those who married, their children or grand- children. Council IroceelingN. (Official.) Council Rooms, Cheboygan, Mich. ) July 17, 1883. J A regular meeting of the Council of the village' of Cheboygan was held at the Council Rooms, July 17th, 1883. Present President Frost, Trustees Blake, Robinson, Humphrey, Smyth, Van Arsdale and Attorney Bell. AbsentTrustee McArthur. PETITIONS. From Regis Blair, John Corlett and others, for a sidewalk on tho west side of a street lying on the west side of block 2, in M. Smith's addition. Referred to Committee on Streets and Sidewalks. From James F. & P. Moloney, in re gard to an error in tax roll. Referred to Committee on Taxes. The matter of error in taxes of Chas. Smith was referred to Committee on Taxes. CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS. The following claims and accounts were presented and allowed: George E. Frost, justice fees $ lfi 50 Jos. Allair, on contract 15H 81 Wm. McArdle, grading Seymour and Cuyler streets 198 00 The following claims and accounts were presented and referred to Commit tee on Claims and Accounts: W. C. Hayes $ 1 00 J. N. Perry 90 60 Fred Fife, justice fees M on REPORTS OK COMMUTE i;s. To the Hon. the Council of Cheboygan village: Gentlemen: Your Committee on Claims and Accounts, to whom was referred the bill of Post & Van Arsdale, amounting to $36.28 for sundries, would respectful ly report that they have examined the same and find it correct, and recommend that the bill be allowed. Report received, account allowed and order ordered drawn for the amount. The Board of Assessors presented to the council the Assessment Roll for Elm street scucr tax, with the assessment thereon for defraying the expenses of the construction of a sewer on Elm street as directed by the council July 3rd,which on motion of Trustee Humphrey, was reci . Htluii Hnn phr lotion: notice t the asse tax. an in the v. tiled, and endorsed "Special As Roll No. l," and Trustee ) offered the following reso- (, Thai the Clerk give the fired by law, of! tho tiling of . ni rol I for Kim steet sewer thai the council and board of - will meet at the Council Rooms I Inge ot Cheboygan on Tuesday evening, August .th next at 8 o clock to review siicli aessment. Adopted by the following vote; eas; I runtee Brake, Robinson, Smyth Humphrey and Van Arsdale 5. Nays: None. The board of Assessors presented to the council the assessment roil for tho Pine street sewer tax. with the assess ments thereofl for defraying the expense of the construction of a sewer oa Pine street as directed by the council July 3rd which on motion of Trustee Smyth was received, Med, and endorsed "Special Assessment Roll No 2," and Trustee Smyth oifered the following resolution; BHOhed, That the clerk give the notice required by law, of the filing of the assessment roll for Pine street sewer tax, and that the council and Board of Assessors will meet at the Council Room in the village of Cheboygan on Tuesday evening, August 7th next at 8 o'clock, to review such assessment. Adopted by the following vote. Yeas; Trustees Blake, Robinson, Humphrey, Smyth and Van Arsdale -5 Nays; None. By Trustee Smyth: Resolved, That the Street Commission er be and he is hereby instructed to con struct sidewalks on Bailey and Home streets, in accordance with a resolution on that subject passed by this Council on the 21st day of September last Adopted. Moved and supported that the matter ofihaving tho ordinances printed in pamphlet form be referred to the Com mitteo on Printing, together with the President. Carried. The matter of building a hose house in the south part of the village was, on motion referred, to the Commit tee on hire department Moved and supported that the matter of paying $K5.00, as previously voted by Council, tor digging a ditch, one mile in length, on section fine between sections 88 and 33. in town 38 north, range 1 west, be referred to Committee on Streets and Sidewalks. ( arried Moved and supported that tho matter of paying part of the expense for tho construction of a ditch, being a contin nation of the mentioned ditch to the lake, be referred to tho Committee on Streets and Sidewalks. Carried. Council then adjourned. C. J. Hunt, Clerk. Reports of cyclones are as common in the papers nowadays as weddings and base ball games. Thursday evening, of last week in Harbor Springs, the body of a man aged about 25 was found washed upon the beach. The shirt was loaded down with stones, the face was crushed in as by the blow of a club or iron bar: and tho skull was broken bv two other blows. The cor oner's jurv rendered a verdict that the man was killed bv violence at the hands of parties unknown, SPECIAL: NELSON For the Next 10 Days iai Dargams in Ladies and dents' Fine Shoes, Drees Our stock was Never JNow. An Elegant Line of Gloves and Hosiery NELSON fc BULLEN Are till Head quarters For CARPETS M. & B. Moloney Have Distanced All Competitors, and now take the lead and intend to keep it. Just Look.at Our Price List. Consider and take warning that tkiiaiwe will not be undersold by anyone. Provisions. Potatoes, per bushel, Hams, per pound, Shoulders, per pound, Canned Goods. Best Sugar Corn, per can, Pound Can Tomatoes, 3 Pound can Crawford Peaches, Sugars. Granulated Stigar, per pound, Standard "A" Sugar, per pound, Ex. 4tC per pound, Yellow sugar, per pound, Tt is unnecessary for us to qootfl prices on TEAS & COFFEES for everyone knows that we have the best stock in town. With every pound of tea sold we give a choice House Plant, Dust Pan, Dippers, Coffee and Tea Pots and a hundred other useful articles. JFRESH We keep constantly on hand a choice assortment of Fish. All orders for fish left at John K. Moloney's, near tho postoflice, will receive prompt attention. M. & B. MOLONEY, Third St., Near Bridge. fc BULLEN. will offer some spec- Goods More Complte than 60 cents 15 11 10 cents IS " - 10 cents M " Hi " 8 " FISH.