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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 29. 18S3.
Northern Tribune. SATURDAY DECEMBER 29, 1883. Bntered at the Foitofflce at Cheboygan Mleh.,aSecontlClaaaMatter. TRIBUNE SPUAYS. Sad mystery, is a misaomer for life. Checking the good enlarges the evil. Flawless proofs will bar going over.g Sin is the great Destroyer of the uni verse. ' Infidelity is audacious, but not coura- geous. Knowledge Expands, ignorance con tracts. Fancy imagination needs taming to steadiness. Hesitate before deciding adversely to yourself. To learn to hate a lie is a duty laid . upon all. The sense of a present eternity is most desirable. If life profits, it is its own exeuse and indorser. Deepest joy is calmly inwrought with the Eternal. The finish of a soul reflects the image of tha Divine. Suspicion never made a correct esti mate of life. Holiness inspires pirfect serenity, evil is turbulent. The whole nature taught to discern is highest good. God never supplants one good without yrantlng a higher. The process of life is vastly more than ripening and decay. ' Over pressure from the material world , weakens the soul. Welcome any light that plays in! th presence of darkness. The law of destruction never touches the indestructable soul. The great plan of this life requires amother for completion. Excellencies do not cluster, you can only take one at a time. The ordinary reckoning places the in ferior above the superior. ' Discordant qualities must co-operate, ; and opposites must agree. Man's makeup embraces principles, antagonistic and diverse. The questions of evil create ghosts that haunt those who yield. i The argument is not concluded prior to the reception of all data. - The mind may be entertained without any high truth being received. There is an element in evil that at tracts thought more than good. Whatever else life is, its fire is uds ' ' queachable, its progress endless. , The phases of life ate numerous, es sential, and appear in succession. The mew discoveries of science startle peo?le, but truth is always quiet. Lift is more than the exhaustion of a certain amouat of physical vitality. The air is freighted with questionable questions; the age leeds humbleness. . ' A sojourn from aothingaess to noth- ingness Is unworthy a Divine Planner. The chiefest darkness is sin, to be ex tinguished with the light of the Infinite. The logic of nature is not restful, the Infinite is requisite to outsweeping peace. t Does existence deepen in mystery as we proceed or shall we know as we are known? " The divlneness of innocent babyhood " Is perfect aid never regained when it ."v f asses away. ' ' ' Man must be reconciled to his higher self, then he keeps company with the Divine Mind. ' ' Remember everything just and brave and righteous most be mellowed into ripe maturity. Disjointed experiences are barren compared with all the faculties working in harmony. Thought is confounded with any theo ry of life that defeats the higher purpo ses of the Infinite. ThA Interoeaetratlon of all the higher 8en3es PreParM the mind t0 commune -with tne lnunue. The divine order of continuous advan-i tage through successive victories is rad ically disturbed by sla. Profit and loss accompany each other through this life and. beyond, it is im plied in developmeat. ' Presages of immortality abound In the realm of all, pure thoughts, aspira tions and consciousness. To rescue from perversion requires . something different from what is con r templatfld in the pursuance of the nat. iural plan. Nasby VPaper. THE TOLEDO WEEKLY BLADE, CIRCULATION 150,000. This vast circulation la because the Bude is a papr tor the whole country. It Is not thrown together, but every lino of it Is edited by competent hands. It is a complete epi tome or the news of the week, and whosoever reads the Blade caret ullv, needs nothing else to be well Informed as to what the world is doing- Kditorliilly the Blade has made a proud record It has an opinion on every thing that affects the pooplj of the country, and it expresses it boldly, fearlessly and forci bly. As good as the Blade has been in past vears-, we shall make better than ever la the year to come. Among the features for the coming year will be the re eular "Nasby Letters," two se rials by Nasby, entitled "Nasby In Exile," and "Nasby in the South." a serial story by Ear nest warren, entitled "Court and Camp;" a serial by John MWI author of A nderson-vllle,'H'",--TiceS Of an Army Mule;' a serial written for th BUde by an . Austrian noblenanjbeal iuui' regularcorrespon'ients. "House ' Answers to Correspondents," "Camp Fire," etc., eto. We publish all the news, and the latest correctad markets. Poiir- ""Mlade will continue to an ex ponet tOf ttu ' Hcanlsm, believing that the b fit lBterafltS of th country demand the contlm its control in the hands of the party ' bat represent the highest and most ad vanced Ideas. THE ltUJI VOWEK. The Blade will fight this monster iniquity wlihallthe power it possesses, and In every way possible. The Blade hob's the liquor traf fic to be a ureater curse than slavery, and a xnousand limes more aangeiuus hj.iuo wuu rwenfik the co-operation of every weli-wish' a.Af ik. UnnnVllnthiit mir wnrlr mnv hn Af fectlv. We ask every Republican in the TTiU.J at.. to aaaiat In AVtunHlniT thA olrml latlon f the Blade, especially among those of tne Kepuhllcan panv woo ueuevo a we uu m the nesesity of pulverizing the rum power. We want the '' lade in as many families as nnattKU via nlntov that If mnv hn rpnil ho- fore the excitement oi a political campaign? giving IT time lor us iruins iu ruui iu iuo mtn1aA(ta rflQlflrB THIS WKEKIiV lff.4NE, ftl.OO a year, postpaid to EVEUVMODY. T hone pre- HiiMTiia lw MinKtliiir Hit ta- or clubs of three muiiiliH trial nbcrlb era, of not less than tour, 25 cut eacu, OUKOKGAT AIIT OFFER. A ftO.no steel engraving for f 1 00. Write us .. ..,.(,., .,.nir thn Wnnklv Blade. .l.it win i tra full n rt.tau I r of this, the greatest offer ever made by any publisher. We send specimen copies oi me uwuo noo i address. We want as many addresses as pos sible to send specimen copies to. Write a postal card asking for a specimen for your- ri .hl in thn nnmniinfiAl VOlir neigh bors. We want to send out a half million s pel men copies within the next monin. uon i moaest as to "" Toledo, Ohio. PURE CREAM TARTAR. SIOOO. Given ill! received from such chemists as S. Dana Hays, Bos- ton: M. Delarontaine, oi incago; uu uiuimui Bode. Milwanseo. wever ran in uum. C. E. ANDREWS A CO. ificMianAr. 287. a & 291 K. Water F' ' abls saocM aa bwbu"'" rr.' jv- m r!.rw'tittle Liver Pnisareeqnallr valuable ia ContUpat o?t enriaff this annoying complaint, while they alldKSS of the atomach, etimnlate the liver and iSuUt" the bowel. BvcnU they only cured to da without them. JJutatteralUicKOcau SffiSSTrfc oliu 'our pitt. cure It whU. otnorsaoni... , ... .m)ii1 an verv.ivtotaVo. OiiacrtwopillsmHkeaaose. Xl?-!!! lYriJ.iY ve.zrtablo and do 't gr P Carter's UJ 4'r -7,,' w:, jnu. ie or purgV but by their fenrta action pljMe an ?MthW lniltcn.t.flvaftl. k rarrBAm everywhere, cr .ent by maiU ANDREWS5 X" 6ars no ust 4 t I (rRYINGTOHOLODOWirVyVf r4 'VEARLBAI(IN0P0WDEH fT N-- v ' .'I CARTER'S yHs'g. wno Bold who CARTER HEDICISE CO .Kcw York. Why they Cnll Him "Old Mnn.' "Yps. that'll fiarllv Kn." said Jenkins. ray hair Is turning gray and falling out hatoro ita tlm Van sompthincV T would, but most hair restorers are dan gerous." "True," answered nis mend, "but Parker's Hair Balsam is as harm less as it is effective. 1 ve tried it and know. Give the Balsam a show and the boys will soon stop calling you 'Old Man .TanHna " It npver fails to rflstnrfl thA original color to gray or faded nair. liicn- ly perfumed, an eiegani dressing. LANDS FOR SALE 3 ODD ACRE DF GOOD LANP. Selected Especially for Farming Pur poses and Two Improved Farms, Will hn sold at low rates. Small cavmentt down, balance to suit purchasers. A lso about Kin.nMOnf Iilnillanil J . 11. ucauiuuui iDeooygan, Mien Michigan Central Railroad Time Table. STATIONS.: ITRA1NS NOKTn Chicago. Jackeon Baglnaw City. Detroit Bay City Pinconning StandUh Wella Weit Branch. Koieommon.. .. O ray ling.. ., OtupKO Lake... Caylord. ........ Vandeibilt Wolverine..... Indian lUvr.., Totdnabee.... Mullet Lake.... Iiehnygan.. Freedom Mackinaw C'y. BO&TAWAK1). STATION'S, NY ex Sagi'w press aco n. AM 8 25 8 37 Mackinao City. H'reedem Cheboygan Mirnei Lake... Topinabee Indian lllvftr... 15 0 28 9 42 Wolverine 10 OS Vanderbilt Oaylord 10 SO 10 48 11 00 Otsego Lake... PM AM Grayling 1J 20 22 Koscemmon .... West Branch 1 05 7 05 2 2 8 12 wells Standlsh Pinconning 8 05 3 36 8 58 8 53 a 36 10 03 11 05 AM Bay City Detroit , 6 00 0 .V) I'M 8 tginaw City. Jaekson 6 48 If. 1" " "3 0 12 05 I Chicago. A II trnlhi run Kiir Kinnrltph Mpridlnn nr CrTl-a tral standard Time. Clo e connections at all junction t'Oinis. Proposals for Drawing Slabs. QEALEO proposals will be received by the LI llnaA tt Ui.ii. nninmlmlnnprQ until )pn. OtU lUll'l at ! n'nlrklr nn.in Cr fpu wirior nlnh wood from Duncan City to the water works pump honse in Cheboygan. i ne sians areio do wen puu mine wmu wi ana on ine pump nouse io, wuere auu na aireciea oy ine ooara. The bids will be opened at th office of J. P. Sutton, sec. or toe board at jto ciock or ieo, fih 1HH.1 mhnn .11 nortl.o hlrlinnir hia rAnilARI ollto ha'nrnunt thn t.nrtntrnntR miv bA entered i ayaaenvt wii oe muue uj uu i-uiun uo- iivArnri ana niiea less, iu wt rem nuitu win h wtitinMi pt nil times to ensure comple tion or comraci ana wnicn sum win uo iui ich- ed by contractor in case or rawure or mini- ling eontracx. . lk, uu- Ha anolart anil ortrTrMaAll in "Sn, Board Water Commissioners and endorsed Hlds ror lanaing siao wouu The board reserve the right to relect any and all bir. kAH.Mn xnw iniTn. IHM. 4, r, ounun, rev. VITALIZED AIR. TEETH EX TRACTED without Tain. At TtU. O. It. HILL'S New Den tal Rooms, in Bennett Block, In rooms formerly occupied by W. n. Daniels & Co. ti ...inn lamiNiii th. ovoluNlvf. vtirht fop Che- i nn.mtv tnr Unr-A'm lntnt Hvotm f fir administering Vitaliied' Air, for the Painless Extraction or Teeia nr. iitu is now pre pared to do all kinds of dental work in the mna hnmiiwh mn.nnr. Vita Used air is ier- rectiy narmiess, aniraurees wna mi cwnuiu- tliinH. mvu Boilers for Sale. i .kn..i.t or. in ftmt-otnna nnnnltlon. The boilers are 20 feet long, 45 Inches in diameter 15 inch flues, with mud drum, steam drum, smoke staclt. Dreecning, nre rrom ana ThA who In nut fit will be Bold cheap. For price and particulars appiy at my boiler shop, corner or Huron nnn nrm mreuio, I'lMttinvean. n. nun. Nov. 'ii-ll T. A. I'errin.M. D. C. A. l'ernn. M.T). Mail Qray'g Expr's Acorn. I'M " 9 55 PM 7 25 AM 11 25 7 00 8 45 PM 1 20 8 10 20 9 05 2 U5 85 3 05 10 00 5 40 10 45 4 35 11 85 5 15 VI 05 ft 68 6 15 6 85 7 00 5 2S 7 87 7 60 8 05 8 23 8 85 f, n l PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drug Store, Maim Strut, C1IEM)YGAN,M laa MERIOAN HOUSE, Hast tide of bridge. PISTE It SP0ONEH, Proprietor. m.i....i.iMhun a nnrtulnr hotel and utainit nssl established reputation. 7Juir THOMPSON SMITH, Proprietor. Desire to call the attention of the citizens rotindintr oiintrv in thA T.nrcfi Dry goods, Groceries, Clothing, BOOTS and SHOES, AND FURNISHING GOODS FOR lADIES & GENTS We have received by the early boats, a Full Assortment of Seasonable Goods, arid ... 1 ' .l A 1 1 ..11 A ...1 n .1 ...111 .A !. an hn daily additions, thus giving cnoice line oi goous iivm wmcu iu uina.u selections. O U R P R I CES Will always compare favorably with those AOBUllIUtUll UV JUUUS glto uui pauvua a uckkcl vjiui nuuxv j v uit.nmug, Foundry aii This dhop is one of the beat Fin Northern I. J .1.1. 1 : .4intn WUIK 111 WHS J1I1U V11U Uiopaivu. iicajr nuin, ouvu ua Saw Mill Repairs & Steamboat Work Suacaa Qitj Mill LUMBER OF WHOLESALE DThse Mills are the Largest and Most Complete in Northern Michigan, and the cut the best. Correspondence regarding lumber by the cargo solicited. Cull Lumber Fo? Sale at Lowest Market Prices at retail. Parties contemplating build I ing would do well to call and examine our stock. THOMPSON SMITH. FRESH ARRIVALS Stall Fa W.ZEHI- SCOTT'S. JUST RECEIVED A Of the Latest and NOBBY FALL WINTER OYERCOATINGS ! ' Call and Wagon and JFor Blacksmithing HENRY A call. All work done promptly ii u ij T:.o promptly aiienueu w, monuwi w v Froi, hebovgan, Mich. Is of Cheboygan, Duncan City and Sur and Wfill-sftlpptfid fttnrk of our customers the benefit of a of our competitors, while tfle Large Machine Ehop. Michigan. We are prepared to do all H Unnrn iirM-lr onnh aa S-pecia,ltv-THOMPSON SMITH, Proprietor. ALL EIHSS AND RETAIL. -a f- -A T- most Stjish Tatterns. & WINTER SUITS see Tliem. ail Inter Goods Blacksmith Shop and Wagonmaking mako A. LAKE, and on honor. Repairs of aH kinds nnrtU nt Viia Fnunnrv. Main