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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER ic; 188.
i feavy and She )etroit Stoves, Paints, Oils, &c, Window Glass, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. .A-lso 3urxxfa,ct-CLxers of Tirx, Copper and 3ii.eot Iron TTsTstxe. a warn ! I til V v n 5 i 5 u .37, DIRECTORY. FIRST M. E. CHURCH. Cor. Huron and Pine streets. Rev. T. B. Leith. Preaching 11 A. M., 7 P. M. Sabbath school, 12 in. Prayer meeting Thurs day, at 1H p. m. INDEPENDENT CHURCH. Opera House, Preaching at 7 P. M. Sab- uam school 12 . a. si. Thompson, Pastor. CONG RFO ATIONAL CHURCH. Preaching 10:30 A. M., 7 p. m. Sabbath school, 12 m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:45 'N, Chas. H. Hartley, D. D., Pastor. ST. MARY'S CHURCH. Cor. 5th and Church streets. Low mass 8 A. M., daily. High mass 10 A. M. Sunday. Ves- Sers 3:30 p. M. Sunday. Rev. Peter J. De Sinedt, ector. BAPTIST CHURCH. Division street, near Dresser. Preaching 10K AM, 7 P M. Sunday BChool 12 M. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 8:00. CHEBOYGAN LODGE, NO. 283 .F. AND A. M. Regular meeting, at Masonic Hall, Wednes day evening, on or before the full of the moon. O G Wharton, W M. J P Sutton, Sec'y. TEMPLE LODGE NO. 331, 1. O. 0. F. Meet every Friday evening, at Odd Fellows' HalL Frank Shepherd, N O. A. G. Boggs, R S. BENTON LODGE, NO. 108, A. 0. U. W. Meet every other Monday evening, at 8. n. J. Miner, M W. B H Begole, Recorder. CHEBOYGAN CHAPTER, NO. 100, OF R. A. M. Meets In Masonic Hall, on the Friday on or after the full of the moon. A J Paddock, II P. J C Wooster, Sec'y. CHEBOYGAN COUNTY. . Judge of Probate E Z Perkins. Sheriff Win Harrington. Prosecuting Attorney Frank Shepherd. Clerk and Regipter Medard Metivier. Treasurer E Z Perkins. ' CHEBOYGAN TILLAGE. President (ieorge E Frost. Trustees-Watte S Humphrey, W E Smyth, II A Blake. R Robinson, J B McArthur, T T Van Arsdale. Marshal Howard Lynn. Clerk C J Hunt. Treasurer J E Cueny. Attorney Geo W Bell. BENTON TOWNSHIP. Supervisor F M Sammons. Clerk I E De Gowin. Treasurer A G Boggs. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Arrive From south at 8:25 p M. North at :30 am. OU EXCHANGES, The Bay City Lumbeerman Gazette learns that Mecosta village will make the effort to find salt by putting down j a well, having faith that kUd fortune has placed her wit&in the great salt basin of Michigan. The Traverse Bay Eagle speaking of a Ladies Bazaar in the growing City it so warmly espouses says with generosity: As is well known Traverse City has few people who are not self-supporting but sickness placed several families of. new comers, last winter, in a posltson where a little help was gratefully received. - The Adrian Record makes a good show in telegrams. The Grand Rapids School Newspaper on the "burdens of life, is philosophic: A burden which crushes one man to earth another man will carry without any great effort. The wind' that freezes one only serves to brace another. The dif ference may be constitutional, or the re sult of discipline, or both. All the bur dens we carry either weakea or strength en us. "To suffer and be strong indi cates the highest style of man. The Wolverine Citizen says: Mr. C. J. Haas, of this city, has! a vented or patent ed an Improved tailor's irom or "goose." The Allegan Gazette can diitill humor and give it flavor. In speaking of a con temporary's account of a Mr. D. B. Allen being attacked by a bull he was leading, he adds: Were it not knowa that the editor of the Democrat Is a classic Greek and not a Milesian, we should suspect the bull in this case to be Irish and not Jersey. The Ogemaw County Herald is not sat isfied with the intelectual balance of the "bourbons": Democratic members with their Visual ability will probably furnish material for the next Republican cam ;palgn. The Schoolcraft County Pioneer may rnot be far wrong when he says: Novel reading Is condemned from the pulpit and often from the press, yet the habit Js Increasing; these denunciations ny serve to increase the desire for that kind , of literature. We can see nothing wrong la reading novels uukss they may bejof , the lowest order. t The Lansing State Capitol says: The news from Washington indicates that Senator Palmer makes no secret ot his intention to Place Mr. Livingstone In the custom houne at Detroit vice Digby The Elk Rapids Progress puts the Chi cago Weekly News with itself for $1.50 per year. The Bay City Tribune put it in a nut shell: If protection increases the profits of manufacturers, the very increase will operate to increase the competition. It is when profits are low and precarious that the foundation of monopolies is laid. The Detroit Free Press notices the changes iu one hundred years; Nearly all the recent New York hotels seems to be baptized by Englishmen. The Bruns wick the Westminster, the Windsor and now the Langham show the wide depar ture from the days of the Astor House the St. Nicholas, the Irving, the Fifth Avenue and other names with distinctly local flavor. If the British evacuated New York 100 years ago, they have managed to get back since. The Lansing Republican says: The "combined" editorial talent of the Demo- ocratic and Greenback parties has not been strong enough to move the politi cal canoe of Govenor Begole off the free pass on which it was cast several months ago- . The Oakland County Advertiser is tem pered evenly and judicious. It says of a familiar subject: Many people sneer at civil service reform, and there has really been a great deal In it that de served to be sneered at but the fair- minded man who has observed its work ings must confess that there is much more good than evil in it. The C?n cord Enterprise speaks of a lecture on the Shaw family. The Elmlra Gazette calls on its busi ness men to associate their capital for new enterprises. The Charlevoix Journal alluding to the crime of the day concludes an article: Whatever the cause, or whatever the remedy, the daily grist grows larger and th public readers, are shocked for a moment, then apparently forget and move onunconcerned. The Detroit Journal says: Carlisle's nomination for the Speakership on the first ballot was a signal triumph for the free trade wing of the Democratic party. The Grand Rapids Post, with apparent artless humor says of General Rosen craus: He proposes to organize the Dem ocratic voters of the country in small groups and grand armies, with a chief for each division, and toollect 20 cents per year from every voter. He estimates that this plan will give the Campaign Committee an annual income of $1,500, 000.' This plan is so much more innocent than to assess officeholders, you know. The Petoskey Record, on hard times sayli'Ontiv advice to business men in general is summed up Yn this: Buy cldse ani'lon't over stock; keep a stiff upper lip and stand together; and fix your north road if you have to ;put the price of a new overcoat into it and wear yoif old one. The Lapeer Democrat registers Its judgment: Popular opinion is fast reach ing the point where stern measures with Mormonism will be justified. The Three Rivers Tribune is for a change on our criminal code. Recent horrors in the criminal events of the state of Michigan have drawn pretty general attention to the Inadequacy of Michigan law for the protection of her peaceable citizens and the summary and adequate punishment of its offenders. The Benton Harbor Palladium has its own opinions on Lo. near him: There are customs among the Crows that are quite as much in the way of their civill zation as the war dance, but they cannot be abolished so long as the government maintains its policy of dependent, and encouraging htm In his natural Inclination to be a vagrant ana vaga bond. The Big Kaplds Pioneer, has an eye on the green room: It seems impossible to convince the average woman who goes upon the stage that she would look better with less powder upon her face. The Lowell Journal says: Yes' we'll take Arthur & Lincoln, if you say so, and with them a majority of the elec taral votes next year. The Detroit Tost and Tribune says Judged by the volume of exchanges the business of the country generally has been steadily declining for some time The Flint Globe says of Mormonism It is the remaining "twin relic of bar .HealtU la Weulth! Dr. E. C, West's Nerve and Brain Treatment: a specific for Hysteria, Diz ziness, Convulsions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory, Spermatorrhoea, Impotency, Involuntary Em missions, Premature Old Age, caused by over-exertion, self-abuse, or over-indulgence, which leads to misery, decay, and death. One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's treatment. One dollar a box or six boxes for five dollars; sent by mail and prepaid on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each order received by us for six boxes.accompanied by five dollars, we will send the purchas er our written guarantee to return the money if the treatment does not effeet a cure. Guarantees issued only when the treatment is ordered direct from us. Address: JOHN C. WEST & CO., Sole Proprietors, 181 & 183 Madison St.Chica go, 111. Sold by all druggists. ONLY lit 2 FOIl ANEW OKGAX. Organs from $22 up. Warranted for five years. No need to send outside for musical instruments, for I can sell as cheap as the cheapest. Don't forgot the place Le Gault block, Third street. W. T. Vanderbilt. At C. F. & W. A. Lynn's meat market you will always find the choicest of meats of all kinds. When you want a nice cut give them a call. FOR KENT. The llouso on Upper Slain Street Recently occupied by Win. F. DeFuy, will be renieu on reasonable terms to a pood tenant. House in good repair, with well and cistern water, good celler and out-buildings. Neigh borhood unsurpassed. Enquire at the Rtore of sunoy w. fc A. McAKTHUR. Pure Drugs! die aao. I cal s DYE STUFFS. , Perfumery, Dress incases and Florentine Statuary A T THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE; CASE & PERRIN.. Proprietors. GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA RAILROAD. (TIME TABL Take effect Sept. 30. 1883. TRAINS OOINQ NORTH. STATIONS. No.l. No. 3. I No. 5. , No. 7 Cincinnati. I v 8 10am 7 45nm Richmond.- 305pm 1100 10 20 Winchester 4 IV 439 5D8 613 710 12 Uopm 1188 1149 ' 12 15am Ridge vi He Portland 85 " 12 61 " Decatur 1 58 2 63 M 315 a" 6 41 e 7 20 " 7 30 " 30 1 6 " 2 20 " 810 " 420 " 6 42 41 7 20 " 740 " 9 80 " 9 60 " 1020 ' 10 37 44 Ft. Wayne..ar IV 8 85am 9 45 " Kendalville Hturgis VickBbuM 11 03 121flpm Kalamazoo ar 13 OU 7 20 850 4 25 615 6S5 6 59 7 62 ft 45 95A 10 15 Aileron ar O'dllaplds.ar Q'd Kaplds IV 7 4.ram I'.O H M c 755 917 1014 10 47 nowardClty' 1152pm III Kaplds.. la v 150 " 8 01 " 810 M 6 3J 4 4.1 " 23 6 20 " 67 " 7 50 " 8 40 Reed City... Cadillac. ...ar 11 55pm IT Trav'se'Cltya KaiUftnita 123am 125 " 2 48 " 3 42 'eso""" Manoelona " Doyne Falls Petoskey. " Har.SDrinis' Mack. City ! TRAINS eOINOSOUTH. STATIONS. No. 2. I No. 4. I No. 6. I No. 8. Mack. City lv 6 ?0 7 20am 8 00 " 8 88 " 9 86 10 05 9 25 " 11 46 0 45pm nar.pnnifs" PotnikPV 12 01am 12 55 Royne Falls " Manoelona lr 2 88 8 23 " Cadillac...... ar 6 50 6 241 7 46 819 917 " ..IV 4 0npm 1155pm RaoiI CltV 6 13 " 5 50 " 6 47 8 05 ' 820 " 1 81) " 2 00 " 3 03" 417 4 85 5 00 600" 7 00 " 7 20 " 7 60 nisr Rapid " Upward Pit v' D.O.HiMo" Q'd Rapids ar 10 37 " 1065 " 7 00am 100pm 110 2 62 2R7 8 28 4 40 559 710 " AUesran Kalamazoo ar " lv Vlcksburjr " PturRls " Kendalville " F't Wayne..ar " lv Decatur Portland " Rtdirevllle " Winchester Richmond " Cincinnati 9 00 " 9 85 " 9 86 " 10 32 11 46 1003 1120 " 100pm 1 1 " 210 " 310 3 87 3 56 4 65" 7 35 605am 1230am 654 7 58 824 8 44 945 125 2 34 801 J28 M 4 35 7 88 1 SOpm A. B.LKKT, General Paaaenf r Agent. Is coming, and we are showing the largest Stock of ILTSB PLATED North of Su able for Holiday Presents ! COMPRISING Cruet Stands, Butter Dishes, Tea Seti, Cake Baskets, Berry Dishes, Spoon Holders, Syrup Qups, Pie and Cake Knives, &c., &c. KOGER'Sv CELEBRATED TjipplePlatedEnivesand Porks Wo liavo a f ino Lino of LAMPS - AND CHANDELIER In all tho Latest Designs in Bronxe and Polished Brass. Call and Examsno our Large Assortment of Tea Pots, Coffee Pots, Bread and Cake Boxes, Toilet Sets, &c. CALL AND COMPARE GOODS AND PRICES. POST & VAN ARSDALE. SONGS NEVER SUNG. How does that Terse run? Something like this, isn't it? 'There are who touch tho raajrto strlnir, ' And noisy fume is proud to win them; Alas! for those who never ring. Hut die with all their music in them " "Yes, that's beautiful, pathetic and true," said your representative . " The poet alludes to people who are somehow suppressed, and never get their full allowance of Joy and air. Which reminds me of a letter shown me the other day by Hiscox & Con of New York, signed by Mr. E. C. Williams, of Chapman, Snyder & Co., Pa., a prominent business man ot that place. He writes: , ' "I have suffered with asthma for over forty years, and had a terrible attack In December and January, 18X2. I hardly know what prompted me to take Pabker's Tonic. I did so, and the first day I took four doses. The effect astonished me. That night I Blept as if nothing was th matter witii me, 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 you know of any one who has the asthma tell him in my name that Parker's Tonic will cure it even after forty years." There was a man who es caped the fate of those whom the poet laments. This preparation, which has heretofore been known as Parker's Uinoer Tonic, will here after be advertised and sold under the name of Parker's Tonic. Inasmuch as ginger taiwlly an unimportant Ingredient, and unprincipled dealers are constantly deceiving thelrcustomers 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, wrapped under the name of. Parker's (Jinoer Tonic contain the genuine medicine if the facsimile signature of Hiscox Co. is at the bottom ot the outside wrapper. TO RENT. The brick store on South West corner Main and Pine streets, opposite Grand Ctntral Hotel. Enquire of janltf BELL A ADAMS. WABE! Detroit, Pickle Castors, Ship BniMing, Caulking and Spar Making. Repairs of all Kind promptly attended to. Also Oak Timber, Spars and Knees constant!- kept on hand. HIS OPINION. In Clear Sentences an Authority adds his own to the popular Judgment. 171 West Tenth Street, New York, Aug. 11, 1880. Messrs. Seabury A Johnson: I am slow to pin my faith to any new cura tive agent Benson's Capclne Pourous Plaster has won my goea cpinion. i nnu a u excep tionally cleanly plaster to use and rapid in ita action; many tests of its qualities in my own ramuy, ana among my pftueuifl, iiruiumii me that there is no other single article so valu able for popular use, none so helpful in case of Lame back, Local Rlienmatlsm. Neuralgia, Congestion ot the Bronchial Tubes and Lungs, and Lumbago, Very truly yours, n. H. KANE, M. D., lan-ln-Cblef of the De Qulncy Horn he Cnpcine. 25 cts. Chcnjlus, New York. kiotiii) Yard. .V. Bell. barism," and It must go.