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Y VOL. 9. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1888. S SO 6 Northern tribune. PCBM9HED EVERY SATURDAY. NORTHERN TRIBUNE CO. PITBLI9HER3. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. Jewelry Store, Opposite Postofflce. HEADQUARTERS w at Watches JEWELRY STORE, Opposite Postofflce. JWEBICAN II o I si:, INDIAN RIVER. MICHIGAN. Henry Rogers, - - Proprietor. House enlarged, newly refitted, pleasantly situated, opposite railroad depot. Table flrst olass; charges $'.00 perday. Patronage of the public solicited. L T. LIMPERT And Jewelry. OoM ami Silver Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Gold Jewelry, Gold Chains, llracelels. Spectacles And Eyeglasses. ALL KINS OF REPA Neatly and Promptly Doftt, L. T. UMPEBLfi In the Matter of the Assignment ef Henry H. Trowbridge. Notice Is hereby given t)iat 0n Thursday, the twenty-third day of August, hist., at twelve o'clock, noon or that day, at Trowbridge. ( heboygan'coinitj, Michigan, I shall sell at public auction, t.) the highest bidder, all of the real an.l personal estate cr said Henry H. rrowbndge, consisting of I. 120 acrw of land with the buildings Ataadlas thereon, consisting of 1 frame three "tory building; l fog warehouse. 12 log camps and stahies; 7 log bouses. II. Interest in 1210 mm of land, purchased 'under Contract from Francis Palms, subject to balance of pa. menta daw thereon, amounting t ' aluf.a iloii. fit Household firmit.nin; wagons, sleighs, tn.'cto, blankets, and Misapply or camp fur niture;; merchandise in Mitre,, etc. IV. Lataber.-shlnglesvoi'dait posts and poles. V. ( !i m against assignee of residuary in terevtof said Trowbridge io th estate of the late Charles C. Trowbridge,, decerned, for such amount as may he ultimately fomwl to Ite due him upon final settlement of estate. The sale will be made subject to' any and all liens. Full details of the property will' ho-found on file at the office of the t leic of ttla Circuit Court for the county of Cheboygan; Terms cash. Frederick T. SIBLEY, Jtetanee, lifebtd mOKmLMleh. Notice for Piiblientioiv. Land ( HYBOI at Rkko OtT Micm,. I July .Hint, MK ); Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of Ins c'nimy :md that said proof will be made before County Clerk of Cheboygan county, at Cheltoygaia on Monday, September 10th, 1883, viz: M hold Qebbard, H. E. No. 8MJ5, for the n e 1-4, sec 36, t 38 u, r I w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence inn on and cultivation of said land, viz: Austin Douglass, of Cheboygan ; Joseph Douglass of Cheboygan; Kli Douglass, of Cheboygan; Arcid Ranville, of Cheboygan. EDWARD STEVENSON. 4aug"t Register. New Fish Market, Watchmaker A choice stock of Fresh and Salt Fish con stantly on hand at the former meat inarnetof Joseph Spooner. on Huron street. If you want something nice give me a call. Augl1-3m CHARLES COHLETT. VITALIZED AIR. VITALIZED AIR. 7" TEETH EX TRACTEI) without Fain. At DR. O. H. li I l.J. s Now Den tal Rooms, west of the Grand Cen tral, opposite, the sohool house. Having secured the exclusive rijrht for Che boygan county, to administer Vitalized with Hurd's Patent Appuratus, (Illustrated by the above out) for the Painleaa Extraction of Teeth. Dr. Hill Is now prepared to do all kinds of dental work In the most thorough manner. Vitalized air Is perfectly harmless, and agrees with all constitutions. FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS I WILT, BELL Trimmed Hats and Bormets, ALSO, Flowers at Half Price, FKATHKRS, RIBBONS, AM) PIECE GOODS, 25 PER CENT. OFF. Call early and secure Bargains. MissM.W. Smart Fourth door South of Grand Central Hotel. g Sl'lLLEK, PAINTER A PAPER-HANG ER, Third St., Cheboygan, Midi. nayis-toi AJIltXOAlf HOUSE, East side of bridge. VET Eli SPOON Eli, F, officio,: 'I Lis hax aiivays lieen a popular hotel imd Is usuUning its established reputation. "July Notice, U. 8 LAND OFFICE, I Reed City, Mich. July II, 1-8:1. )' C101IPLAIKT havfaitr been entered at hli ) ofllee by Nathaniel MeNauies aim lint Henry Marrett for abandoning1 b!l hoaMtmal entry No. 8450, dated December 3d, is", the tf of n w H. seotlon 95, township :( n, range :iw. In Cheboygan county, Michigan, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; the said parties are here -by summoned to at" pear :it this otliee on the Hth day of Aunst, 1883, at one o'clock p. m., to respond and fur nish testimony concerning- said alleged aban donment EDWAHD STEVENSON, Uegister. W. II. C. MITCIIKI.L, Keedver. MJdlyM Hit'liigitli Central Railroad Time Tn hie. STATIONS. fHAlNS NORTH. 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Welch Went Uranch Onntw ItenvnrLnke St Helens ltof ommon Chenry .i. uraiJrDg Forte-t. Otjevo La hu Bsgtsy - . Caylord" Vundeibilt Wolverine Indian River. Mallei I.al'e... Clwhrryigaii Mackinaw C'y. STATION'S. Mackinac City Cheboygan Mullet Lake.... Indian ltivor Wolverine nnderbllt flaylord Mauley Otsego I.ake Forest Orayllng tJheney Roscommon SH. Helens Hbaver Lake OtaMtlMT West Branch Woleh Greenwood Htunmlt Wells Dutihiim SteiMng Deep River Standtsh Plneonntng State Rbad Kawkawlin Wert Ray City May City.. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. AUGUST 11 1888. At fit. James. The Episcopal chapel is a Rem bright with good taste and comfort, and on Wednesday evening wore a charming appearance as prepared for the solemn service connected with Confirmation. The flowers were rich and finely arrang ed, and the sweet breath of choicest bloom perfumed the auditorium. The ritual service was rationally performed by those who lore its deep meaning words of historic worth, so full of com fort and strength. The lit. Rev. Samuel S. Harris, D. D., Bishop of Michigan, de livered a carefully prepared discourse from II Cor. IV, 10, "Always bearing about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus' that the life also of Jesus might be made manifest in our body." The sermon contained nothing dogmatic, self-asserted, or offensive to reason, and while we might take exception to some statements made in reference as to what the cross of Christ has wrought, the Bishop presented one of the very best of sermons, full of thjbught, breadth, liber ality, sweet spirit, spirituality, and power. The Bishop honors his profes sion, and'is a workman of whom none is ashamed. The following named per sous were confirmed; Mrs. J. II. Water man, Mrs. Geo. Case, Mrs. Juo. McDonald Mrs. 11. II. Kezar, pisses Gertrude and Bertha Kezar, Misses Jennie and Isa bella Harrison, Miss Edith Grisbrook. Mr. Fredrick Philp. Confirmation means strengthening, in Komanisn and Greek churcbi it is a sacrament, and deemed essential to salvation. In the Protestant Episcopal church It is a formal rite, administered by the Bishop, the significance differing according to High or Low Churcft. The origin of con tinuation is a matter of dispute, but there are millions pit deyout souls who regard, as they have a riht to, the act with deeply religious esteem, and tho persons fionAflQfld & St. JameV took an Important religions uteD. the signifi- eanee and blessing of which will Con tinue through life, s that life hannon kSJN with tlat solemn covenant ratified by the sacred seal. At the conclusion of Divine Service many repaired to the Rectory, and were permitted to meet the Hishop socially, and found him a highly cultured and pleasing gentleman, as they had found him a man of unquestion ed power in the pulpit. We are glad to know that St. James, representing the better element of our community, is worthy of, and receiving, under the wise control of the popular Hev. J. Magoffin, constant prosperity. II. All Immense (jnlherl liy. Th Optfi HOflff OA last Sunday eve overflowed, and a larj liuihbt'f was denied the pleasure of the i lijori pervice, which proves that Cheboygan Ufeds a much larger Hall. Mrs. Simpson gafc an excellent address on the subject of temperance, that was well received by a sympathizing audience. Rev. Dr. Hart ley IntrtNluCed the speaker in a remark ably clever manner, and in subsequent remarks mid conduct of the meeting contributed largely to the success and jrfmt of the hour. The diverse talent of Doctor makes him equal to any 00' cafeion. The Rev. Willis G. Clark shows a BjMd spirit and excellent capacity for Christian work wherever he appears, and ifl-a growing man in out midsl. The meeting was a tremendous snccess, the different choirs making very fine mUsic. The operators- fcave been out three weeks, and bueinese is out thousands of dollars, besides the great discomfort of unreliable facilities for communication and the general paralysis that has come uport business to last) as long as the force of the strike is felt. The strikers have done nn'fect of v&ndalmm, have behaved properly' under" trying circumstances, and have the sympathy of the public as fully afr it has been accorded to any set of strikers, while the people are more than ever convinced' of the evil and in justice of monopolies, and that oppress ed laborers act unwisely when they resort to the dangerous experiment of a strike. Captain W. F. Higgle, of the schooner Higgle, concluded yesterday that he would save a $15 tow bill and sailed in the river. The schooner was drawing about 1 i feet of water, but he found M difficulty in sailing in. The Western Press Associativa. A meeting was held at the council rooms, Thursday night, to take action on entertaining the Western Michigan Press Association during their visit in Cheboygan, August 29th. Geo. W. Bell was elected chairman and President Frost secretary. The general sentiment expressed bv those present was in favor of giving the fraternity a royal recep tion. An executive committee of five, having full power to appoint all sub committees and make all arrangements, was appointed. The committee consists of Wm. H. Daniels, Jas. F. Moloney, J. P. Sutton, J. II. Brownell, of the Democrat, and C. S, Ramsay, of the Tribune. Other places where the association has met have treated them superbly, and while they do not come here expecting any particular favors at the hands of the people of Cheboygan, we trust our pub lic spirited citizens will take hold of the matter and give the fraternity such a reception as will cause all to appreciate the courtesies extended. There is no class of men more appreciative than the mtmbers of the press and they always pay largely for any favors received, and Cheboygan will not lose by in vesting in anything that will conduce to the pleasure of her visitors on this oc casion. Wo trust the committoe ap pointed Thursday evening will have the hearty co-operation of all, and that tho result will be the members of the asso ciation may be so entertained as shall cause them to always retain pleasant memories of Cheboygan and her people. A I'en Picture. Skin of the African, face like mottled soap, (that has never been soaped), and looks, when in expression, an if the lightning had played with it ; speech, the rapid, inarticulato gibberish of tho nose as euphonious as the caterwauling of a large Tom orchestra ; goggled eyes as vislonless as auger holes; manipulat ed by snuff-colored dogs, as poodles manage tho dudoss. Heart soaked in malice, jealousy, vulgarity and wanton ness; brain, a buzzard roost, where vilest ennkes, scorpion, ami wild fantastic furies circulate, and dreams of profound wisdom, deep scholarly attainments, wonderfully gifted genious, and match less shrewdness, talent and wealth come to flatter the Ego. All others are thieves, drunkards, insane and worth less, but he Is the equlibrniin of the universe, provided by an allwise self. A hater of all simplicity, purity and hon or; a dark, turbid, fatal stream of pu tresence, friendless, homeless, credit less, and yet too cute for anything, knowing so much ho can't tell it, he is developing, and evolution will kindly and surely do its work. From the Mount Morris, f . Y.) Union we print the following, taken from an extended obituary notice of James Yan derbilt, so well and favorably know in Cheboygan; "His death is a great shock fr this Community, which will deeply deplore the fact that he is gone. Posseted of a Warm social nature, he gathered about hltfV a large circle of friends, vvlto al ways found a cordial wclcomo to his home, which, by his own handiwork, he has rendered one of tho most attractive in our village". aV a Citizen he has iden tified himself vvlfh this" community and has taken a deep Interest fi tho promo1 tion of our educational', HVefal and' re ligious welfare. Attomliincc 8f leather . i o.m kf The attention of teachers and school trustees is directed to the recent change in the school laws of this state. The in stitute law, as amended by the last Leg islature, allows teachers whose achooh lire in semion at the time appointed for the? County Institute, held under tho di rection of the State Superintendent, to eUm their schools during" the contin uance of such Institute, v ithout forfeit ln their Majwa for I he time they are in atteii'tonee at the TnttUutt. This re moves a cause that has prevented many teachers from attending these institutes in IM pai't. County Examiners and School Boards are to aive preference to t hose teachers, other things being equal, who seek all such means better to pre pare thamselvetf'for the work of their profession. A. M. G-KKfnv, Scc'y County Boftri ttt Examiners. Why they Call Illm 'Old Man' "Yes, that's sadly so;'' said Jon kins, "my hair is turning gray and falling out before its time. Cso something? I would, but most hair restorers are dan gcrous." "True," answered his friend, "but Parker's Hair Balsam is as harm less as it is effective. I've tried it and know. Give the Balsam a show and the boys will soon stop calling you 'Old Man Jenkins." It never fails to "restore the original color to gray or faded hair. Rich ly perfumed, an elegant dressing, utigii Call on Charles Corleett when you want a nice fish. See advertisement. We are glad to see that the council has begun to take notice of the defective sidewalks. Owing to the absence of a majority of the board of village assesaors the review of the assessment rolls for sewers was postponed until next Tuesday even ing when a special meeting for the purpose will be held. A couple of Swedes working in the Duncan City mills got to quarreling this morning on one of the tramways and one of them indulged in a little carving, drawing a knife and giving his opponent a severe cut near the shoulder. The carver is a young man.was promptly arreated and is now in jail. The ladies of the Congregational church contemplate giving a moonlight excursion to Mackinac some evening next week. That it will be made an en joyable affair, all may be assured. Full particulars of time and boat will be made know early in the week. The scow Essex returned from the ex pedition to the sunken propeller Canisteo this morning, bringing several tons of iron picked off the wreck. John Dodd, the diver, says the boilera and machine ry is in good condition and can be easily recovered with the proper appliances. Last Saturday Rev. W. M. Campbell on his return from Bay view, received a telegram that his son living at Alcona was thought to be dying. He took the City of Cleveland that night and reached Alpena, but could get no boat from there Sunday and was obliged to remain there all day in great suspense. He reached Alcona Monday and found a change for the bettor in the condition of his son. Mr. Campbell returned home Wednesday, leaving his sou in a fair way of recovery. Wm. Spencer has long since demon, strated that he knew how to keep hotel, but it is only recently that he has re vealed his genius as an inventor. This morning he showed us a very simple contrivance, for which he has filed a ca veat for a patent, that for utility and cheapness would indicate a great de mand for it. It is simply a wire crane designed to hold twine, spools of thread, rolls of paper, ribbon, or anything that has to be unwound, and its utility is apparent at a glance. Considering its convenience, for various purposes, its cost will be comparatively nothing, and every family will want titytyfy. The propeller Qpeftfo was in last night bound down, and the largo crowd of passenger on board showed that tho boat and accommodating officers were as popular as ever. The Canadian propeller Indian, and consorts Southampton and Gaskin, re ported this morning bound for Kscana ba for timber. An elegant line of Brocade Ribbons at less than cost at Nelson Baden's, Curtain and Lambrequin fringes marked down, at Nelson ft Bui leu's. An Example for Christians. There was something totichingly simple iu the expressions tho late Thomas Hoyne used in his will respect ing the differences of religious faith between himself and wife and children of his family. It is said that the Church of RoflN is jealous of her children, and that she looks with averted eyes upon any innovation that shall threaten her influence or impair her rights in the household. But no one can believe, after Mr. lloyne's touching tribute to his own faith, and the feeling nud touching references to those of nis own house hold Whfl believed differently, but that tho same Creator, whether acting through Pope, priest, or simple worship per at the shrine of Lutller, had all in his keeping. In his few trustful utter rances, Mr. Hoyne has done much to rec oncile creeds and iuvito all to a higher and nobler sense of the blessings of Christianity, irrespective ot surplice, robe, vestment, or baptism font. If there were more men in the world like these few utterances show Mr. Hoyne to have been, there would be greater respect for the general doctrine of Christianity, as preached from a thousand pulpits. -Chicago Herald. ' The telephone wire from Grand Rapids reached Howard City Tuesday. Governor Begole will review t lie state troops at Brighton, on Monday. The regular camp meeting services at Bay View will close next Monday. According to our exchanges about all that is expected of the corn crop in the southern part of the state is fodder. There are now 577 convicts in the State Prison at Jackson, the smallest number for the past ton years. Begole keeps thinning the rascals out. A Chicago company has bought a clay bank two miles long, on tho shore of Lake Michigan, near Pentwater, and will go into the brickmaking trade heavily.