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miS TOHTHERN TRIBUNE FEBRUARY 5. 1885.
1 t 1 i r JNOJITHERN TllTBUNE. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1885. Keep The Soul On tup. Bacrai'nento Record-Union. Little Bertie Divan had just finish ed his dinner, lie was in the cosy library, keeping still for a few minu tes after eating, according to his mother's rule. She got it from the familj doctor, and a good rule it is. Bertie was sitting in his own rocking chair before the pleasant grate fire. He had in his hand two fine apples & rich red and a green? His father eat at a window reading a newspaper. Presently he heard the child say. Thank you, little master.' Drop ping his paper he said: I thought we were alone, Bertie. "Who was here just now. 'Nobody, papa, only you and I.' Didn't you say just now, 'Thank you, little master?' The child did not answer at first, but laughed a shy laugh. Soon he said. 'I'm afraid you'll laugh at me if I tell you, papa.' Well, you haye just laughed, and why mayn't I?' 'But I mean vou'll make fun of xne. , '" w 'NoI won't make fun of vou: but perhaps I'll have fun with you. That will help us digest our roast beef.' x 'I'll tell you about it papa. I had eaten my red apple, and wanted to eat the green one, too. Just then I remembered something I learned in school about eating, and I thought one big apple was enough. My stom ach will be crlad if I don't give it the crreen one to crind. It seemed for a minute just as if it said to me. 'Thank you, little master;' but I know I said it myself.' 'Bertie, what is it Miss McLaren has been teaching about eating. 'Sh told us to be careful not to Vive our stomach too much food to 1 T 1 1 '.Ml 1 grind, it we ao, sne says it win mane ld blood, that will run into our brltfns and make them dull and stu pid so that we can't get our lessons well: and perhaps give us headache, too. If we give our stomaches just enough work to do they will give us puri lively blood that will make us feel Visrht and cheerful in school. Miss McLaren says that sometime, "when she eats too much of something that she likes very much, it seems al most as if her stomach moaned and complained: but when she denies herself and doesn't eat too much it ; eems as if it were thankful and glad.' 'That's as good preaching as the minister's, Bertie. What more did 7'lliH' McLaren tell you about this "instLer.' ,he taught us a verse one day about keeping the soul on top. That "wasn't just the words, but it's what ho meant.' At this papa's paper went sudden ly right up before his face. When, ' in a minute, it dropped down, there wasn't any laugh on his face as he paid. ' Weren't these the words.' 'I keep my body under.' 4Oh, yesl that was it; but it means 'Just the same. If I keep my body .under of course my soul is n top.' ,Of course it is, my boy. Keep -.your soul on top, and you'll belong toi the grandest style of man that walks the earth.' Grant and ltosecraas. San Francisco Chronicle. It appears that it was General Tlosecrans who defeated the bill re storing Grant to the rolls of the army. He has thus fed his grudge against the old hero. In Grant's conversa tion with Young on his tour wound the "world Grant described his meet ing Stanton in his night garments at a hotel in Louisville, panic stricken at the receiot of news that Rosecrans had given orders to his army to re treat, which would have involved dis asters not only to that campaign, but to the Union. Grant instantly tele- fraphed Rosecrans relieving him of is command, and taking command himslf. He then telegrapeed Thom as to take command of Rosecrans' army until he (Grant) arrived. Grant then went on by special train. He adds. "On my way to the front, at one of the stations, I met Rosecrans, he was Tery cheerful. I remember he was very eager and fluent in telling me what I should do when I reached the army. "When I arrived at headquar ters I found the army in a sad condi tion. The men were half-fed and badly clothed. Rosecrans' plan, which was checked by my order before '.it was put in execution, would have been most disastrous nothing could have been more fatal. He would have lost his guns and his trains and Bragg would nave taken Nashville." And now Rosecrans has got his re venge. The New York Times says that he risked his popularity in Cal ifornia by antagonizing the bill re storing Grant to the' army. The Times is mistaken. Mr. Rosecrans had no popularity to risk. He was the accidental nominee of his party ior ong-ass in J.85Z, and was elected by the tidal wave of that year. He has never done' anything in Congres to entitle him to popularity in tins State. When the time came last year ior a nomination to congress Irom his district not a single man in the conven tion ventured to suggest his name. By common consent he was consider ed dead. When some ignorant East ern reporter suggested him for a post in Cleveland's cabinet, the suggestion awoke a guffaw ' in California ' which resounded to the Serra. The J ary System. A writer in the Popular Science Monthly predicts the disappearanca at no very distant day of the jury sys tem. He says that the main use of the jury to-uay is to relieve the judge of the responsibility of a decision in grave criminal cases. At tha same time the judge takes responsibility of guiding and directing the jury in the formation of an opinion on what ever case may be before them. Speaking generally, the judge leads them up to the verdict, and they pro nounce it. It i3 the business of the jury, it is said to judge of evidenoe; but the judge assumes the important function of sitting and analyzing the evidence, of reducing to the shape adapted for consideration by the jury. In reality, therefore, the judge pre pares the verdict, and the question is whether any harm would ensue if he were alsp allowed to pronounce it on his own responsibility. .Thus has the old subject of discus sion broken out anew. There is un doubtedly much fault to be found with juries; they are often prejudiced, stubborn, incompent and unjust in their decisions. But for years men fought for the privilege of being tried by their peers. The question is, what shall we put in its place. Before abolishing the system it would be well to try tho plan of improving it by raising the standard for jurymen. The Hawkey State. , Keokuk Gate City. A school girl wants to know how Iowa got the name of Hawkeye State. The following is given as an explana tion by some of tho pioneers: In 1838, one winter evening, there was a gathering, by chance, of the promi nent men in the room of Governor Lucas, at his room in the hotel at Burlington. Among thoso present were Jesse Williams, Secretary of the Territory ; Van Antwerp, Receiver of Public Money; Hon. Joseph Will iams, T. S. Parvin, the Governor's Private Secretary; J. G. Edwaids, editor of the Burlington Patriot, and others. Tho old Indian chief Black hawk was a topio of conversation, which drifted away to tha people of different States, as "Badgers for Wisconsin, "Buckeyes" for Ohio, and the question arose as to what they could apply to Iowa. Several terms were suggested, when someone pro posed "Hawkeye," which was unan imously adopted, whereupon Mr. Ed wards changed the name of his paper to "Hawkeye," and was ever after called "Old Hawk" by the early set. tiers. . ... ' Lives On Milk. Hartford Times. In a pretty country cottage near Pomfret live Mr. and Mrs. Willis Pike and their son Warren, who was born deaf and blind. He is of powerful frame and moves with the quick, graceful motions of a panther. The only food he swallows is milk, which he drinks from ten to fifteen times a day. He springs out of a sound sleop in the night and darts out of doors, ueiore quitting tne tne nouso he never fails to go to tho window and touch his tongue to a certain ppot in the pane, by which means ho is able to tell what the weather is. During the day he lies on the floor, always in one place, which has been worn into a hollow of the 6hape of his body. He can tell instantly when ever his parents quit tho house, and which one it is, He is able to- tell exactly when it is noon, and sunrise, and sunset. His onlj amusement is to walk to tho old-fashioned kitchen door and rattle the thumb-piece. ' Something: Popped. "Good evening, Tommy. Is your sister Clarissa at home?" "Yes. sir. She's out in the kitchen popping corn for you." "Popping corn for me. Why, how very thoughtful! I like pop-corn very much." "Yes, sir. She said she was going to nut a nan of pop-corn under your nose and if you don't take the hint she d give you the snaKe. Something besides corn was pop ped that evening. The Hotel Clerk's Kcport. Ilotol Register. , Paste it in your hat that tho people of the highest position and greatest importance, as a rule, make it the least trouble. It isn't the "loudest" ormo&tlordy person who receives the greatest at tention Every hotel in tho land baa sheltered bigger men than you. Don't spend half your time in try ing to devise ingenious ways to make trouble for the servants, and tho oth er half in making a row over your bill. A little genuine civility to waiters and employes goes further than an attenuated 'tip' and further than a big 'tip' with the politeness left out. The hotel was not built for the ex press convenience and exclusive ac commodation of any one person. This is official and it will pay you to remember it. There may be plenty of faults about the hostelry you honor with your presence, but don't make tho mistake" of trying to reform them. There is nothing in the constitution of the United States to force you to remain if you are not satisfied. He Wanted To lie Sure. Boston Sunday Times. The funeral ceremonies were con cluded, and the remains of the late wife of DeGruntlo were being carried in the elegant casket to the hearse. Just as tho bearers neared the hearse one of them stumbled and tho casket struck against a post. At once there was a commotion m the casket, and a faint cry was heard. The bear ers returned to the house with their burden, and on opening the casket it was found that the unfortunate wo man was not dead, and had come near being buried in a state of un consciousness that had lasted several days. Two years afterward Mrs. DeGrun tle really died, and for a second time funeral services were being hold over her body. At their conclusion tho casket was taken out as befcro. As the bearers were walking down the path to tho hearse the bereaved husband suddenly rushed out of the house and shouted. "Tako care there 1 Don't let the casket hit that post this time. The Iron Fen. Literary World. Tho "Iron Pen" was presented to Mr. Longfellow by Miss Helen Ham lin, daughter of Dr. Augustus Ham lin of Bangor, Me. The pen itself was made, not literally of a fetter of Bonnivard, the prisoner of Chillon, but from a bit of the fastening of the door of his prison. The handle of tho pen is made from a piece of wood which formed a part of the frigate Constitution when she fought her great battle. In this handle are set, in a circlet of gold, three stones; a red tourmaline from Mt. Mica in Maine, a yellow zircon from Ceylon, and a white phenacite from Siberia. These stones were from Dr. Hamlin's cabinet, and both the pen and is setting were made under his direc tion in Bangor. 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BAFTIST CHURCH. Division street, near Dresser. Preaching 10 AM, 7 P M. Sunday BChool 12 M. Prayer- meeting Tuesday evening at 8:00. J. W, ClarK, pastor. S . JAMES. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Huron street Services every Sunday morn Ingat 10:30; evening at 7 o'clock; Sunday school i m. J . M. Curtis, xtector. CHEBOYGAN LODGE, NO. 283 F. AND A.M. Regular meeting, at Masonic Hall, "Wednes day evening, on or before the lull or the moon. E. O. I'enney, w, M. J. F. Sutton, Sec'y. TEMPLE LODGE NO. 331, 1. O. O. F. Meet every Tuesday evenlncr. at Odd Fellows Hall. A. G. Boggs, N. O. John McLaughlin, K. s. - BENTON LODGE. NO. 108, A. 0. U. W. Meet first and third Monday evenings of the month at 8 o'clock. H. v. Lyon, Al w, ueo. H. tase, wecorder. CHEBOYGAN CHAPTER, NO. 109, OF R. A. M. Meets in Masonic Hall, on the Friday on or after the full of the moon. A. J. 1'addocK, u. P. J 0 Wooster, Sec'y. CHEBOYGAN COUNTY. Judge of Probate E Z Perkins. Sheriff Luke Cross. Prosecuting Attorney George E. Frost. Clerk-Chaa. J. Hunt. Register H. W. McArthur. Treasurer Geo. W. Pell. Circuit Court Com. Frank Shepherd. CnEBOYGAN VILLAGE. President George E Frost. Arthur, Wm C Hayes, Chas J Kitchen, Geo G Wharton. Clerk 0 J Hunt. Treasurer J E Cueny. Attorney Geo W Hell. 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, From the North at 9 -35 AM. Island Home Stock Farm. 4 Crosse lie, Wayne Co., Mlch.'l SAVAGE & FARNUM, Proprietoes. PafrocleNa. 21(111. IMPORTED Perchercn Hcrccs. All storlt selected from tho ret r' sir'" rrM dprrs of establish 1 rerm Uiion ri-1 npbu ieil in the l( renca ana Americiii ri-.a i coi r nuNO urr. i t'i9 DeiroP; Kiv-. t' 1 jce.siljia h' ? ... -n io. fi iv'iir 'vt i . . i." ii r,am:ivi I -I' . . r , thrn to tha tir i. .' . i . i Address, S a v a ,c ' .;. Cv er.l f. s i i 'ir . (try I y ii ii j. Pure Drugs ! O -La. e m Icalo DYE STUFFS, Perfumery, Dresin,v$.es Florentine Statuary A T THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE. CASE & PERRLN. ProprltiOrs. flEEJRALCIA, bftjj Rheumatism fgtfSss; Auctions, Acuto or Chronic Lumbago, Sciatica and icir?LATcroy3 Headache. h Their complete and perfect cure sccom. Ir, .1 Viiilj, pluhod in a few hours, with a degren r ft'.j't . tl.st ch'alter.geB dispute. Forsale Ly : i - Price 1. Auk. for circular. 1 " K. 0'.V!Js rO..Aj?stn. Imtkoit Michigan (Tentral The Niagara Falls (Route. 2vaclsl3a.a'w Division. THA INS NORTH. 8TAT10N3. Chicnpro ...,lv 10 no p m Jackson v,. SnRinaw City."., lluffalo Toledo., Detroit. BnyClty, l'iuconmn.... ... StandUk , Alirer West branch..... Koicommoiu ...... Grayling.... Oti'o Lake...... Caylord..... Vandctbiit ... Wolverine.. , Indian Itiyer Toplnabee , Mullet Lair e ('hebo.vean.... Freedom Mackinaw C'y.... BTATIOSS. Wackinttw City. freedom Cheboygan .-. Mullet Lake ... Toplnabee,..., ... Indian Hi vet..... Wolverine, Vanderbilt , Gaylord otscfi-o Lake.... Grayling KoHcemmon,.... West Uranch A'jrer Standish Pinconning, Kay City Detroit Toledo, Buffalo... , .. . Sagrinaw City., Jackson Chicago, M'kinaw Bxpres, 1 25 am 11 25 11 80 p m oo a 8 30 1 Oop m 1 n2 2 15 3 CO 8 20 4 15 6 20 A 6 0 30 6 AO 7 15 7 40 ' 7 It 8 07 8 25 900 SOUTHW A UP. M. V. ex press. l (XI u 9 35"::"' 9 48 10 02 " 10 15 10 35 " 11 Oil 11 23 1145 " 1 oo pm 1 37 " 2 85 " 3 10 " 3 45 " 4 08 6 00 " 9 ao 11 35 6 5 p m 9 45 7 ao am All traihs run by Ninetiteh Meridian or Cf n tral standard Tims. Close connections atsll Junction boints. 0. W. IiUGGLES, Gea. Pass, & Ticket Ag't, CUicaRO. II. E. Worcester, Ac't, Cheboyiran. Grand Kapids & Indiana Railroad TIME TABLE. In effect Jan. 11, 1885. Trains run by Cen . tral standard Time. STATIONS. Cincinnati Kichmond Ft. W ayue Iv ...ar ..lv Kalamazoo, ar lv urana uapids. ar lv ITowardClty... ar nig itnpifis, lteed City - . !. lv uaunmc ar 1 lv Potoskey, M nr M acit.t;ity... STATIONS. Mack. Cit lv Petoskey ar Cadillac,.... ar lv lloefl City " ' lv Pig Ilnplds Howard City Grand itapius ar -..lv Kalamazoo. ar - lv n wayne - nr . . " lv mcniaonn ar Cincinnati GOINQ NORtIC No. 3. I No. 5, 715 p m 9 66 ' 1 AO a m 2 no 4 B 52 " 710 9 20 M25 13 04 a m 105 p m 1 40 2(K) 310 8 yi) 7 20 " 910 7 40 a m 10 8ti a m 2 22 p m 45 " 8 33 8 B0 ' 8 4S 5 00 " 8 40 " 7 34 " 26 . lu 10 2 JO a m 8 40 " GOINO SOUTH. "NoleTl "noTibT 00 am 45 ' 25 " 85 " 4Sp m C5 ' 4 " 29 OK 85 . 30 40 a m 05 05 35 lllOpm I loam fl 40 " fi 00 " 7 45 7 45 ftlfS 9 (13 41 10t 4 II 45 " 1 38 p ra 0) 5 65 pm So. 8 Ipbvcs Mackinaw City dafly, except Hnndny. No. 8 except Saturdays. No. 6 baa rhnlrcnr Traverse City and Walton Junction to Ornnd ltajiids and parlor slocping car Gran Knplds to Clncinnttl. No. 8 has Woodruff s'oeplng car Mackinaw City to Ornnd Rnptds t. li. LOCK WOOD, General 1'assenger a rent W. M, CiitrsvTsn, AgenOlaoklDaw City.