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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE MAY1, . loS4.
THURSDAY, MAY 1. 1884.
First m. e. church.
Cor. Huron and Pine Ftroets. Rev. T. B.
Leith. preaching 10,V A. M., 1)4 r. M.
Sabbath kcIiooI, 12 in. Prayer meeting Thurs
day, at VZ p. in.
Preaching 10:30 A. M., P. M. Sabbath
uchool, 12 M. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:45
P. M. A. Y. Wustgate, Pastor.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH.
Cor. 5th and Church utreeta. Low mass 8 A.
M daily. High mass 10 a. m. Sunday. Ves-
Eers 8:U0 p. M. Sunday. Iter. Peter J. De Sraedt,
' BAPTIST CHURCH.
. Division street, near Dressur. Preaching 10
am, 7 P M. Sunday school 12 M. Prayer
meeting Tuesday evening at 8: :00.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Huron street. Services every Sunday morn
ing at 10:30; evening at 7 o'clock; Sunday
Bcnool 12 it. J. M. Curtis, Rector.
CHEBOYGAN LODGE, NO. 283 F. AND A. M.
Regular meeting, at Masonic Hall, Wednes
day evening, on or before the full of the moon.
Q O Wharton, W M. J P Sutton, Sec'y.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 331, 1. O. 0. F.
Meet every Tuesday evening, at Odd Fellows'
Hall. Frank Shepherd, N (. A. G. Roggs, R S.
BENTON LODGE, NO. 108, A. 0. U. W.
Meet every other Monday evening, at 8. C.
S. Ramsay, M W. George N. Case, Recorder.
CHEBOYGAN CHAPTER, NO. 10'J, OF R. A. M.
Meets in Masonic Hall, on the Friday on or
after the full of the moon. A R Thayer, H P.
J C Wooster, Sec'y.
Judge of Probate E Z Perkins.
Sheriff Win Harrington.
Prosecuting Attorney Frank Shepherd.
Clerk and Register Medard Metivier.
Treasurer E Z Perkins.
President (Jeorgo E Frost.
Trustees H A Blake, fi Robinson, J B Mc
Arthur, Wm C Hayes, Chas J Kitchen, Geo G
Clerk 0 J Hunt.
Treasurer J E Cneny.
Attorney-rJJeo W Bell.
..Marshal Howard Lynn.
. BENTON TOWNSHIP.
Supervisor C A Gallagher.
Clerk-N W Lyons,
Treasurer A G Boggs.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arrive From south at 8:25 p M.
North at :30 am.
Frobably the most diatiaeuislei a
- dlenceever assembled In Tremont Te
pie, Boston, gathered there oa April 21st
to listen to the oration of George Will
lam Curtis, in eulogy of that greatest of
American philanthropists Wendell Phil
Hps. Many distinguished personages
were present, and among them will be
recognised many of the old antlslavery
compters of Mr. Phillips, Among them
Mrs. J. T. Fields, Louise Walcott, Edna
D. Cheney, Elizur Wright. Rev. C. A
. Bartol, Samuel Longfellow, John G
Whit tier, William Loyd. Garrison and
others. Mr. Curtis reviewed the life
and times or Wendell Philips. His first
speech to the mob in Faneufl hall was
characterized as the greatest scene in
the annals of American speech since
Patrick Henry's electrical warning to
George'the Third. The third great ora
toriral triumph of our history was Lin
coin's great effort at Gettysburg. Phil
lips was the orator and the greatest
orator of the anti-slavery epoch. His
great work was to arouse the public
mini and conscience His judgments
though profoundly sincere, were some
times mistaken. So with all great me;
but this Is forgotten where moral integ
rity remains uu'soiled. In coaclusion
Mr. Curtis said: lam not here to eulo
gize the Immortal. He. too was a groat
American patriot, and no American life,
nb not one, offers to future generations
of his countrymen a more priceless ex
ample of inflexible fidelity to eonscience
and to public daty: and as years rcll on,
the eloquence, like the song of Orpheus,
will nnl fade front living memory.
That great seeae of his youth In Faneuil
hall the surrender of ambition, the
mighty agitation and the mighty tri
omphs with which his name is forever
blended will live among immortal tra
ditions, heroic eyen in your historic
story. The wide republic will confess
benediction of a life like this, and
gladly own that if witii perfect faith and
hope assured America would still stand
and 'bid the distant generations hail,'
he Inspiration of hetfnational lite must
te the flubi,,mt moral courage, the nil
en tracinir h 'manIty-the pPot,essInteK
ru tha hIf 'ly unselfish devotion of
great t 0tof- ,ndell rhlllips.
vrerethfl glory of
- s. "old Man.'
tllVlr tu urn. said Jenkins,
8 SadlV SO fnlHrrn ant
PJhar'i H rulnOya. ething? I
Mora l3 r, Use som am dan-
V0D' t9"a hair restorers s friend.
..butratKe ""v e, 1Ve trIed K
less as "."tie Ra 8am a shw and
know. 0.lTe JJe.taS .r'allinff you 'Old M
bovs will V f lls to restore tht
lenfelns." it XTav or faded hair. Rich-hUoh',Ca
Wagon- and Blacksmith Shop
A call . All work done promptly
i ii if:.
Pfrot, hebovjjan, Mich.
HENRY A. BLAKE, Proprietor.
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
Of all kinds promptly made,
STEAMBOAT AND MILL WORK A SPECIALTY.
Buyers do not be deterred from Coming and Seeing for Yourselves, by An
Remarks, made by others, that they are Selling as Cheap as us. We are the only
House that pay Spot Cash for Every Dollars worth of Goods ordered; hence, we can
give our customers the advantage of that item; besides, we keep the Largest any
obhv ouiecteu owes, in uorinern racingan.
cl Hi. srisrms: sc co
Or IE InT T S -i
Leave your Order for
My Line of Suitings
teds, Tweeds, Cashmeres, Serges, &c, in
; i' j v
every variety of color, will be especially at
tractive this season, and at prices consistant
with good work.
The Fine Stock of White and Fancy Color
ed Dress blurts, Collars, Neckwear, Hats,
asnioiH mm laiior
MAIN STREET, CHEBOYGAN, MICH.
SPRING and SUMMER S UIINGTS
Satisfaction guaranteed every time.
cue nova an, - - m
WM. SPENCER, PROP.
Thl nnniilar flotpl Is hpadauiartfers for Com-
mercial Men and Tourists.
Uooma, fare and accommodations the best,
location the tl nest, charges reasonablJ for a
urn ciass Qoxei. . ujnu
What Ereryboilr ffnH,
Ts a reliable medicine that never does
harm and that prevents and cures
any --9 by keeping the stomach in
aisea. he bowels regular, and the . kid
order, ijver active. Such a medicine is
ney aTid. -'ingerJTontc. It relieves every
Parker s ( jiag CUrai thousands.. . Seo
easo, and .Tribune,- '
other column. ; : .:
and "Wagouniaking make
and on honor. Repairs ot all kinds
.u r i tv i i r :
your SPRING SUIT
in Corkscrews, Wors
EO. IE. PAX.
T II AVE for ale a mlacellanous lot of per
personal property, belong to Moses Vf.
Home, late of Cheboygan, docoasod, consist
ing in cart of
Horses, Lumber Sleighs, Light
Sleighs, Lumber W'agon, One
Horso Wagon, IJigies, Cutter,
. Heavy and Light Harnesses.
Robes, 1 annlng mill. Hay cutter, Horso rake,
Mowing Machine, Window and Poor Frames,
Lumber, Kldlng, Floorlntr, B arming imple
ments. Carpenter's tools. Hay, two cows, etc.
whsch will be sold at barenlns.
GEO. "W. BELL,
Cheboygan Febmnry flth. M. 7fettf
DATCfJl'S; Obliuncdlntho United tftutos
rHltlll'and all patent-granting coun
tries, by THOMAS 8. BpitAOUE & S'X, At
torneys and Counselors In patent cases, 37
Wst Congress tftreet, Detroit, Mich. Estab
lished 20 years . I'amphlct free. Correspon
dence solicited.. llfcbly.a -
1883. FALL and
xn.Hr 'g,,1 r iTCrzamga SEt
PALETOTS, &c, &c.
Plain and Brocaded Silks Pishes,
Velvets, Velveteens, Silks and Satins, Black
and Colored Cashmeres, Serges, Flan
nels Suitings, a splendid line of
Ladies' and Children's Hos
iery and Knit Goods.
oxjzb stocz: o1
LADIES', GENTS' & CHILE HENS' UNDERWEAR
CANNOT BE EXCELLED.
Mather's Patent Lace JlidQloy es
; V In Black and Colors, sold only us. Headquarters for
Laces, Embroideries, Ladies' and
0J.-3El IP E T S
Brown and Beached Sheetings,
Shirtings, Flannels, Cloths,
And Everything in
Wo keep in full Stock, bought In New York at Bottom Prices, and
urill bo sold very low. To reduce our stock of
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Shoes.
Wo shall at a Large discount.
Always on Hand. It will pay you to call on us before Purchasing
Elsewhere. . We will not bo undersold.
FIRST CLASS BUTTER A SPECIALTY.'
All I ask is a trial
Main Street, opposite A. P. Newton
Wheroypn can flLd ' '
a-trxk rvfrf fxr
GO UHStiL 01?3'ATLA W,
. . . li . -il
the Dry Goods Line.
Flour, Pork, Beef,
of all kinds.
of my Goods and
A. W. WESTGATE,
Insurance and Ileal Estate Agent
Office opposite postofllc, recently occupied
Snovtf by J. p. Sutton.
HAY FOR SALE.
Hailed and loose Lay for sale at mv farm or
delivered In town. S. NElPuTH.
Attorney and Counselor at Lo.
United States Commissioner.
Collections Tromptly Made.
jn. n. kietze,
Formcrlv Thyslclan In tho Prupatan Army, will
trent, with medical eVill, all cnncs of Pickncsa.
particular attention paid to chronio dineftea.
A ppeclalty will bo mndo ot all complaints of
the wonker box. Ofllc at Central Pruir Store