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lit I HUNK NIMIAYR. Christ was a knower. A true life is eternal. Sin brings self-loathing. Tho termini of guilt is ruin. AVoruau'a ear is too credulous. This is a world of fact and duty. Extravagance leads to profligacy. The flights of genius are revealing. Female virtue accepts no presents. The intention of a present is ruin. The tongue is too often given to lying. a good shot hits the truth each time. One fact has often overthrown a theo ry. The flail of evil beats all to a common level. Mad dissipations and court splendors agree. Truth quarried in experiences is re liable. Truth won by argument needs further testing. Royalty is too good to suckle its own children. Wealth and wantonness. blood ofteuest revel In Serious thinking seeks to make a sub ject lucid. Not one sayinoc of Christ has been shown false. The religion of the world must rest on knowledge. The true man llyes in a world of quick exciting work. Struggle with strong thoughts until they are yours. Organized thought seems nedful to interpret life. Scorn and hatred are mixed in every wrong-doer's cup. To see a truth in wholeness requires absolute vision. In the preseuce of great raptures all trouble vanishes. Decisive experiments ground Chris tianity on facts. The cold streets of Atheisinare un lighted and muddy. Give specimens of noble traits under bitterest treatment. To sin, suffer, conflict, and achieve victory, is for a man. God produces results by using not by breaking His laws. Where flesh controls, the individual is linked to a low order. To connect great thoughts exceeds the power to think them. Our earthly state is controlled by a law that never suspend." . Nobility so called has done more than its share of ignoble deeds. Those who call themselves good are simpletons, or hypocrites. The outer edge of some people'; life Is not far from the center. A homely face is the salvation of many a woman and vice versa. The flightful clouds of conjecture is not a good place to buy a lot. There has not yet appeared one weak spot in the character of Christ. '' Strategy is worthy one who delberale ly plans the dishonor of another. A religion that is not strengyi and consolation t all alike is deficient. The infamy of bartering for all that is valuable in character is deepest of all. God's order implies immortality but its understanding must be wrought out. A belief in God as a Father clarifies all subjects and harmonizes all things. The spirit of man is seldom filled while in clay, and only for an instant. The guilty scoundrel seeks to evade his accursed act by seeking another vic tim. Metaphysical speculation on theologi cal truths never reaches upward very far. Every man has a weak spot, some times there isn't a spot of anything else. That one word f7orf contains an argu ment for everything good, immortal, eternal. A system that keeps the child ignor ant of the world until of age is short sighted. It is not the brush or hand but the di recting genius that prepares the amaz ing picture. The highest bliss experienced by the refined spirit made permanent would be "fullness of joy." The universal verdict of humanity un mercifully condemns those who live for selfish indulgcncies. Convince the bird it was not Intended to fly, and then talk Atheism to a soul In the clear heavens of the divine. Austere discipline over youth but dams fearful waters that will break in desolating flood when freedom comes. THE NORTHERN TRTBTTNE. NOVEMBER 3. 13. Georoe Q. Cannon, tho Mormon apos tle, hypocritically said in Washington that he feared the Mormons "would be compelled to give up polygamy." This will have to be done but we fear it will not be until United States cannon Is heard from. The London cable letter to the Chica go Inter-Ocean In its Monday issues is the very best view that can be gotten of foreign news. The one of the 28th of October is written with a vigorous spirit. lis arraignment of Sir Stafford Northcote in his mad course in Ireland is deservedly severe. Landsdowne, now Governor General of Canada does not escape the shame of inciting prejudice in Belfast which culminated in riot. Matthew Arnold is justly reputed a scholar, thinker and somewhat a philos opher, but the wicked fleath when no man pursueth. Had not Arnold slander ed America, he would not ask for fair play from Americans, who are as fair as justice mixed with charity, and iu whose care Matthew is as safe as in England, who pensions him. Coleridge would not trust his precious body with out a guard: and Matthew faars we will remember his former thrusts at us. Truly Englishmen havo much to learn of Amer icans. The rapid falling off from the ortho dox churches is commented upon by the press everywhere. Tho New York Sun, a robust, outspoken paper, gives most of its Sunday edition to Kenan's Iiyes of the Apostles. The Chicago Sunday Her ald calls for organizations that will Hive the people who do not belong to churches instructions on tho realities, of life. Everywhere is noticed the transition from old forms of thought to some more inspiring and self-assuring. The Chi cago Herald adds: "Who is there of earnest purpose, plain eloquence, talent for organization, gift of leadership, among the clergy, regular or other, to push such an enterprise, one that can not fail, if properly and popularly con ducted, to produce wholsome results?" Kd-Klcx outrages in the South make as black a page as was ever written. The conviction of four prominent persons in Banks county, Georgia, at Atlanta, last Saturday, settles the fact of this in famous cut-shroat business beyond the shadow of a doubt to any thinking per son. The language of Judge McCoy in his charge is not too severe on the dis graceful crime of ku-kluxism. He said on this point: It is strange that men should so forget their manhood and so forget their God and the laws of their country as to per mit themselves to do such things on the poor, helpless negro. It is a disgrace to humanitp and society, and I say, as a citizen ot the United Stat and as an observer, nothing has tended so much to bring this soutnern country into dis grace; uothing has tended so much to put the balance of the United States against us as this kind of outrage. They are mean; they are disgraceful; they are things which people outside of this coun try cannot comprehend or understand. r.uniliitr HrrOwn l.tvliiir. Surprise has been expressed in some quarters because the wife of a one time millionaire in unicajo is now a sales woman in a New York store, and the theory has been advanced that she sought her present employment in order to spite her husband, with whom it is alleged, she has not been on verv (rood terms of late. The tone of most of the editorial notice which this lady's action has called forth lias been unhealthy, not not to say vicious. It is no secret in Chicago that her husband's financial downfall was has tened if not caused by the extravagance with characterized his expenditures, personal and domestic. The lady had traveled extensively, had an artistic taste, was a good judge of the art of timmehnM decoration, and. naturally enough in her straitened circumstances turned her attention to ine matters witn which she was most familiar. She ob tained employment in a Broadway house where her talents are of service.! It wanted a person who could design and originate household adornments, and who, if need be, could sell them. She had experience and taste and a desire to support herself, and was taken into the employ of the establishment very much as anybody else who was competent might have been. There Is no occasion for lamentation or sentiment in all this. Thousands of women who never threw away a fortune are earning there own livelihood in the same or similar ways. The ups and downs of life are not so hidden from view that a case of this kind need attract national attention. It should rather be treated as a matter of course. The lady under consideration did the one wise and womanly thing that was left her to do. Having no means of her own to support herself in idleness she went to work. It is a working world, and she is not alone In her industry. Chicago Herald. M-.ielt.lv J f ve. The greatest medical wonder of the world. Warranted to spredilv cure Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Cancers, Piles, Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Hands, and all skin eruptions, guaranteed to cure in every instance, or money refuned. 25 cents per box, for sale by Kenburg & Cooper. What the Democrat are Tulklnir, Washington Dispatch to the Cleveland Leaihr. If the judgments of southern Demo cratic congressmen are not at fault the Democratic house of representatives will take a bold position ou the question of total repeal of the internal revenue taxes at the approaching session of conoress. The recent election in Ohio had stiffened up the southern Democrats to such an extent that they talk boldly about ad vocating the repeal of all internal tax, and force the Republicans to take the other side. They agree with Mr. Randall that there should be no surplus money in the treasury and the payment of the national debt should be stopped, and they have argued the matter until they have become convinced that it would be a good political investment to maki an issue with the Republicans on this ques tion, this is tne talk of the southern Democrats at this time, but whether their northern and western associates will readily fall into the movement re mains to be seen. It is the opinion of shrewd Republicans that all the talk is a mere waste ot words, and that when congress comes together the Democrats in the house will lack the requisite nerve to raise any such issue with their opponents, but will exert all their strength in tryi n g to do n othing. Not hi ng win please tne Republicans better than to have the Democrats attempt to make an issue on tho repeal of the internal revenue law, and a reopening of the tariff question, which some of the Demo crats say will surely be done. SONGS NEVKR SUNG. " How does that verso run? Something liko tills, Isn't It? 'Thorn aro who touch the tnnflc string. And noisy f mie Is proud to win them; A las I for 'hose who never sing, Hut die with till their music in them. " "Yes, that's beautiful, pathetic and true," said your representative. The poet alludes to peoplrt who are somehow suppressed, and never get their full allowance of joy and air. Which reminds ine of a letter shown me the other tlav by Hiscnx A Co., of New York, signed by Mr. K. V. Williams, of ('ha;man, Snyder A Co., Pa., a prominent business man of that place. He writes: " I have sulTered with asthma for over forty yearn, and had a terrible attack iu Iecember and January, 1SS2. I hardly know what prompted ine to take Pakkkk's Tonic. I did so, and th first day I took four doses. The etfect astonished me. That night I slept as If nothing was th matter with ine, and have ever since. I have had colds since, but no asthma. My breathing is now as perfect as if I had never known that disease. If yon know of any one who has the asthma tell him in my name that Parkkr's Tonic will cure it even after forty years." There was a man who es caped the fate of those whom the ioet laments. This preparation, which ha heretofore been known as Pakkkk's (iInuku Tonic, will here after be advertised and sold under the name of Parkkr's Tonic. Inasmuch os ginger is really an unimportant ingredient, and unprincipled dealers are constantly decrh ing theircustomers by substituting Inferior preparations under the name of ginger, we drop the misleading word. There is no change, however, in the prepara tion itself, and all bottles remaining in the hands of dealers, wraped under the name of Parker's (Jinoer Tonic contain the genuine medicine if the facsimile signature of HlS0;X & Co. is at the bottom of the outside wrapper. Notice for Publication. LAND OFFICE AT KRKI) CITY, MICH. October Otb, 1883. J " OTICR Is hereby tlven that the following . N named settlers have tiled nofceof their Intension to nnike tinnl proof in support of th irelaims, and that said proof will Ihj made before County Clerk of Chehoyean county, at Cheboygan, on Tuesday. Nov. 20th, lHHiJ, viz: Chirk Judson, II. E. entry No. 881, for the w 11 (f see 17. 1 37 n, r w. He mimes the following witnesses to prove his dontimious resMenoe upon and oeltivution of said land, viz: Oeoriro V Brill, of Chebovann. P.rls 0 Mun ro, of Cheboygan. Thouifla Hem Icy, of I ever in if, Orran M Munro, of Cheboygan. Charles E Summons. Uoin.st ad Entry No. 73!J. for the n w 4 section 21, In town o7 n, rango 3 w, and names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence and cultiva tion of said tract, viz: Stephen WiUiama of Cheboygan p o, and James lllank, of Higssvdlo p o and Joseph Blank of Cheboygan po, and Pcrie C Munro, of h- boygatt o. EDWARD STEVENSON, 13oct)it Register. STATE OF M ICHIOAN -In the Circuit Court for tho County of Cheboygan In Chan eery. Einene rtellnnt. Homer H. Packard and Frank H. Packard, Complainants, vs. John King, Defendant. Suit pending in Ihe Circuit Court for the County of Choboj-jran, at Cheboygan, In said county, on the first day of September, A. D. 1883. ss It satisfactorily appearing to this Court by nflldavit on ti e, that John King, defendant in tho above ntit led cause, is not a resident of this state, but resides in Chippewa Falls, in the stale of Wisconsin and that tbe supoena issued herein cannot be personally served on him for that reason. n motion of Bell & Adams, solicitors for complainants, it is or dered that tho said defendant. John King, cause h's appearance to be entered herein within four months from the date of this or der. And in caso of his appearance that ho cause his answer to complainants' bill of com print to lo llled and served on the complain ant's solicitors according to the ru es and practice of this Court, and that In default thereof said b 11 be taken as confessed by said defendant, John King. And it is further ordered that within twenty days alter the date hereof, the said complain ants cause n copy of this order to bo publish ed In tho Northern Tr bune, a newspaper printed, published and circulated in said county of Cheboygan, and that said publica tion be continued therein at least once in each week for six weeks in succession, or that said complainants cause a copy f this order to be personally served on said defendant, John Klnar, at least twenty days bctorotho time anovo prescribed for his appear nee. WM. A. CI .ARK, Jun'r. Circuit Court Commissioner, Ctao- sralI boygan, County, Michigan. Attest. A true copy, 8sep7t MEDARD METIVIER, Register. NEW SHIP YARD! The undersigned have leased groiind on the east side of river, opposite S. Baker A Son's dock, and are prepared to do all kinds of SHIPBUILDING AND REPAIRING ! The loation Is unsurpassed, deep water in fronu Substantial ways have been put in, and the yard is provided with all appliances for doing work safely and with dispatch. From our LONG EXPEDIENCE IN THE BUSINESS We can gurantee satisfaction, both as to work and prices. Vessel men will serve their own Interests when wanting any work In our line by giving us a call. CO C3 Pi PS CO T3 HARDBAKE PILLS, CURE Sick-Headache, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint Indigestion, Constipation, and PURIFY THE BLOOD. NOTICE. Without a particle of doubt, Ker laott'i Pills are the mot popular of any on the mar ket. Having been before the public for a quarterof ccontary, and having always performed more than was promised for them, i hey merit tbe auccess that they have attained. ITIce, 25c. per bOJL. Foraale by alldruguuU. TO RENT. rp0 Desirable Houses to Rent. JL Enquire of HUMI HRKV & ) ' I 1 'XCELSIOR m 3 CLIPPER y LAWN raOWERSte GUARANTEED I0W3S BEST & CHEAPEST 0 iotosoin. URGE REDUCTION HORSE m PRICE -sFJ30VE&S 25 TO 40 IM. CHADBQB8 & COLDWELL Pond for CI roil- iiiiimpia nn Ur ot i'rioe-Ust, NEKBURSK. N.l CUKES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, Lumbago, Gout, Lame Back, Sldo and Chest Swelled and Inflamed Joints, Contracted Cords and Mus cles, Kidney and Urinary Trouolcs, Headache, Toothache and Earache Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Sprains Sre Throat, Chilblains, Corns find Bunions, Cold Extremities, &c. It has stood a critical test for 10 roars. It costs but 50 cents a bot 1 Sold by all Brup-rists and l .alers iu Medicine. t3T Beware of L.:!ta(l-ns. None genuine with ont the signature of S. J. SPALDING. Detroit, Hici. For Sale by KENBURG & COOPER. JEDARD METIVIER, OOUNTYCLKHK A REG1STKK OF DEED! Offlcihour!rom ft o'clock A. M.to 12 M, and troml o'clock r.fti. to r i, ror enteruv nnd resortlirvd dornih.rlniitrnnieDtt.tb paid when Mie name is left forrer.oirl, tjantf Central n fM WW mm Forwarders, and Dealers in Coal, Sail, Lime, Hair, Ha y. Land Plaster, Calcine Plaster, Cement, Shingles, &c. Agents for the following line of steamers, Grunilil011rs Mackinaw LillO Consisting of th6 popular steamers, At lantic, Capt. Nicholson, Master; Flora, Capt. Jones, Master. Tickets for sale to Cleveland, Toledo, and intermediate points. Northern Michigan Lino consisting of the fine steamers Champlain, Capt. Casey, Master; Lawrence, Capt. Geo. Thorpe, Master. Tickets for sale to Chicago, Milwaukee and intermediate ports. Smith & Adams' North Shore Line consisting of the elegant steamer Messenger, Capt. K. Bouchard, Master; A. C. Van Paalte, Capt. J. W Brown, Master. Freight received, handled with care and forwarded by each of these lines, promptl j to destination. , Our Stock of Lime, Hair, Cement, Salt, Land Plaster, Calcine Tlnster, Hay &c comprises the best 1q the market, and will he sold as low as the lowest. Call m ascertain prices before purchasing. TP" BOTHER WITH A RiOGLING Vl WbiaUjTileieiatiiBoQblel! ? -4- j?JmKSyMJ r- . TR. J. I.CCAS, of Ralils Crwk, Mlrh.. mipirf th eel, -u- brum! " Kroi r Mllet," maka a wwialtj of Cu.itruiiu touk, aud haodk-a UI4kIIuri wilb ureal iicobm. JJI avx-.tiu W Um onlf onrreot one, and liguro the auinial Ion Ulaa niiy other method. He I lwlom4 bf Um Um hometuca In ttio ocuuirtr, u lain and reliable oraratur. Partita caa aonure Ills ti n hy forming a club. Will aJwapay duowallo aulnml, and u-ili Li patroua tho arW hend fr toatimualala aud oMirl tivo circular. Tbo ahovo out illuatrauta bla BMtund of amurlnc. tho animal Ibr ofmrntioa, woick t dwtiiallr rvauti Injurr i ttm auiuui ar operator. Addroa., J. V. l.UOAtt, HtuLt trwk. JUea PURE CREAM TARTAR. SlOOO. Civen "alum or any injurious HubsUinci'8 can bo found n Androws PoarlBikin? Powder. Is res tively PURE. JK'i;iK I'.nlorseil, ami testimonials received i'rom jmc'.i chemists as S. Dana hays, lion ton; M. Dehifoiitaino, of Chicago; and Gustavu Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold ill bulk. C. F. ANDREWS A, CO. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, Michigan Ay. ?S7. & 291 E. Vmtexf I) IlEACH. PHYSICIAN AN'1 SUKOKON, Indian liiver, Mich. HOUSE MOT FOR SALE CHEAP t)900$300 Down, Two iVar's Time. HUX) Euch year nt 7 pe' cent. Hnmiiie of WM. l'ATlKKON, niay2Wm Cheboygan, Mich. DR. M. B. CHAMPION i. DENTIST, Teeth Extrif ted without pnin. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdalc's. HIS OPINION. In Clear Sentences an Authority adds liis own to tbe popular Jtwlgnient. IinVent Tenth Street, Nkw Yoi;k, Au. 11, Messrs. Senbury A Johnson: 1 am slow to pin my faith to any new cura tive airei.t. Benson's Capcine Pourous Flaster has won my Rood r pinion. I find it n excep tionally cleanly plaster to use and rapid In its nction; many tests of its qualities in my own family, and among my patients, have convinced me lliHt there is no other single article so valu able for popular use, none so helpful in cases of Lame hack, Local Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Congestion of the Bronchial Tules and Lungs, and Lumbago. Very truly yours, II. H. KANE, M. D., ian-in-Chief of the I'e (julncy Home he Capcine. 25 cts. on. Chemists, New York ZDocfe I i P 151 aaaZD ! a at 1 m u LiJj--ivv. ? o -3 ANDREWS' f 6ars no use 4 I I TRYING TO HOLD BOWIOV a tearlbakino powderJ f yjlTAM BOUND TO RISC rjH 1 Wh, 1 '