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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 July 1881

NORT SATURDAY, JULY 9.1881. -HEWS DEPOT & BOOK STORE" BTJLLETI1T, "HARPER" ANI) "SCIIIBNER DEMORESTS MAGAZINE. LESLIE'S POPULAR MONTHLY THE FIRESIDE MONTHLY -2STe"W" Books- REVISED NEW TESTAMENT. NEW "SEASIDE" LIBRARIES. NEW FRANKLIN SQUARE'S. THE HOME COOK ROOK. -3STe"w G-oods- ALL GRADES WALL PAPERS. THE AUTOMATIC 'INK' PENCIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES. NOYS' DICTIONARY HOLDER, PRATT'S "BEVE POINT" PEN BEST CURTAIN FIXTURES. MARKTWAIN'S SCRAP BOOKS. tT A jreneral line of Leading Period icals, Books, Stationery, Wall Papers, &c, kept constantly on hand. ZW Any Periodicals, Books, &c, not in stock; Also Sheet Music & Books, supplied on short notice, at regular prices. C3F Subscriptions taken for all the leading Periodicals, at Publisher's Price. A. L. PEXEE, Hevdealer, Bookseller Stationer; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. Strawberries and cream at Watson's. The Fourth of July excursion to Mack inac Island and Point St. Ignace, given by the ladies of the Episcopal church, . proved a ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 July 1881

t NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. JULY 9, 1881. The Vicksburg Herald is bold to say that It is a friend of Lynch or any other colored man who will co-operate with the whites in adyancing the material interests of the south. The coinage of the United States mints for the year ending June 30,1881, was as follows: Gold, $78,733,8(54; silver, $27, 649,0611,75 ; other metal, $405,109,95 making a total of $100,780,900,70. Ix the remarkable accounts rendered by Pitney, from the contingent fund of the treasury, was the matter of $3,800 for soap. As we had a Democratic con gress last year, he couldn't have wasted much money on them, if he had supplied them with twice that amount of soap and made them use it. - Certain English financiers are in Egypt planning another canal from the Red sea to the Mediterranean. They state that it will cost only a few millions to complete the work, and will require only a little semi-official patronage. England has too much interest in the Suez canal to look with ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 July 1881

If NORTON TRIBUE SATURDAY, JULY 9. 1881. liratiou ol the Crime. Whwas thi assassin's motive? That was tfi8 thought of every person on hear ing of the shooting of the Fresident. What instigated him? That it was the result of any personal oiTense, that it vvas provnkwl by any personal act of the President's life was instantly put aside a? improbable. ' Following comes the thought t't:it-(iii t'itii, the assassin, 1 must bo insane. This, too, must be put aside. There is no more appearance of insanity about Guiteau than there was about Booth or the assassin of the Rus sian czar. . President Garfleld was sacrificed to an idea as was Lincoln and Alexander. He is the victim of a sentiment. He was shot, not because he is a man, but be cause lie is a President. It is a blow at an office and not at an individual. The letters found upon the person of the as sassin make this plain. His aim clearly -was murder. But the end he aimed at was revolution, through murder. By ; the bullet he hoped to s...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 July 1881

NORTHERN. TRIBUNE. SATURDAY; JULY 9, 1831. ' Marine. y The Flora was In on time yesterday morning, calling In, bound down, in the afternoon. ' ; The propeller Ocean, of tho Mer chants line, called in Sunday afternoon, bound down. . '" The propeller Canada of the Colling wood line of steamers was in Wednesday morning bound for Chicago. . The schooner Halsted left Saturday with the largest deck load of ties of any craft loading here this season. , The Canadian steam barge D. ' R Van Allen called in Sunday afternoon after wood, bound down with grain. The propeller Lawrence arrived from Chicago and way ports Monday after noon, and left that night on her return trip. Last Monday nearly every craft pass ing through the straits had their bunt ing displayed in honor of the day we celebrate. The schooner Fleetwlng arrived Saturday and cleared Wednesday fore noon with a cargo of lumber from Geo, W. Bell for Chicago. The schooner C. K. Nims arrived Saturday and loaded cedar ties from P. M. Lat...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 July 1881

SATURDAY, JULY 0.1881. ACANTHA'f COMEDY. Undoubtedly Mr. Clabaugh ought to have been wiser, after twenty-nine years knowledge of his nephew, t han to have . boen at all annoyed or impatient because that nenhew was ate to breakfast. But Mr. CuKSgh had important businesson hand ind was eager to transact It. Dae9 Jasper think that I telegraphed n him to lourney five hundred miles to mwt me h3r&ay without a motive V 5? the boy no curiosity?" muttered he Kimself. as he Blowly stirred his third Uf he longe'dining room of the Pequot House was quite deserted, save Mr. Ua baugh and one or two waiters, when Mr. Jasper Surridge eventually made his ap- "1 seem to be a little late' Jasper cooly remarked, after exchanging salutations with his uncle, "I am sorry you waited. "If you knew why I desired to meet you here, what my business with you is you would not wonder that I waited! I think I was ihe first person to sit down to the breakfast-table, and now the room is de- Feso't arrears has qui...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 July 1881

NORTHERN TRIBUNE nterad at the Poiitoffloa at Cheboygan Mich.. aa Second Cl Matter. SATURDAY. JULY 9. 1881. TOWN TALK. How do you like the change? The paper upon which the Tribune is printed was manufactured to order ex pressly for us. The Detroit Evening News says the Marquette and Mackinaw land company talk of building a fine hotel at St Tgnace. Capt. Kitchin of the tug Pendell got knocked off the tug Thursday while com ing out of the locks. He says it was quite damp where he struck. One of the horses engaged in hoisting rails out of the schooner Wm. Home gave out last Tuesday forenoon from the effects of the heat. Last Tuesday Capt Bouchard, brought on the Van Raalte the body of of a child, of Joseph Lapinpe's from Scotts Point to Mackinac for burial. Rollo and Hitchcock put up some now curtains this week at the windows of the bank, which not only add to the comfort of the banking office, but very much to the appearance of the front. Governor Jerome has appointed Hon. Jacob Walto...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 July 1881

nn m a OETHKEf 1 IBUIE vol. r.y CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY JULY 46, 1881. NO 2 nn "TV" h The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 psr Year, in Advance. QRAND CENTItAI, IIOTFCL. Main St., CHEBOYGAN, MICH. First Cluas In every respect. J. MILLS, Proprietor. This House is Just finished and is nowly fur nished throughout. Good accommodations for the traveling public. Good rooms and rcason blo rates. . lDJulyly MULLET LAKE EXCHANGE, Hoad of of Mullet Lake, opposite Indian and Pigeon Kivers, HERMANN L. KG2HLER, Propr. First-class accommodations at reasonable rates. Excellent Ashing and sailing. The steamers City of Cheboygan, Northern Belle and Valley Queen stop at this house regularly. First-class dinners only 40 cents. Those of my friends wishing to see the new Mullet Lake House will be taken over free of charge and given ample time before the departure of the boats. . QASS HOUSE, Corner of Third and Water Sts., Cheboygan, Mich. ALBERT Le OAULT. Proprietor. Good Board...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 July 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 16, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE nterad at the Foatoffloa at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. JULY 16. 1881. THE WEATHER. Tlie Hottettt on Ilecord was Hint of Inst Sunday TUrougliout the Soutn and Eaat. Although last Sunday in Cheboygan was a very pleasant day In more soutn erly portions of the country iiwas pro nounced the hottest on record, ine uaiiy papers have telegrams from different RBfttiona which show that tne extreme hant. oTfAndnd over a vast extent of country'. At Columbus, 0. the thermo meter indicated 103 in the shade, In rfioTinnnns. Tnrl.. 101 and a number of cases of sunstroke, three fatal. Dayton 0 100 and seven fatal cases of sun stroke, among them Dr. W. O. Reim a lonrtincr homeotiathic physician of the state. Wheeling, W. Va., 103 and numerous sunstrokes. Pittsburg, Pa 102 the highest point since the signal service was established, nine years ago Cincinnati 103 the greatest on record twelve cases of suns xoke, and six cases ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 July 1881

''Y 1 s -Yf "T THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. ? JULY 16. 1881. A t f SATURDAY, JULY lrt. 1SSI. win n. winr. WORLD. The 5th day of July was reported the hottest London ha experienced for many years. All parts of the country apply for per mission to contribuie to the Mrs. Garfield fund. The Lake S!urj and Michigan South ern railroad brought to Chicago during May and June 1(1,080 emigrants. An average of 2,0.0 postal-cards reach the Dead-letter office each day thai have ' been mailed without an address. The wheat crop of the state of Ohio will be about 40,000,000 bushels; that is about 77 per cent of last year's crop. J. It. Keene has presented 5,000 francs to the poor of Paris out of his winnings by the race for the Grand Prize, Paris. A French company with $10,000,000 capital has been formed in Paris to de velop the mining resources of Canada. Bismarck has become alarmed at th'e unprecedented emigration from Ger many, and has deputed agents to discov er the cause and cure. Violent storms were...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 July 1881

"l u-. 4 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 16. 1881. SATURDAY, JULY 16. 1881. Marine. The Champlain arrived yesterday afternoon. . The propeller Celtic called in Sun day afternoon bound to Montreal from Chicago. The Nashua arrived up Sunday even ing and was in going down Monday forenoon. The propeller Columbia, of the Col lingwood steamers was in Monday bound lor (Jhicago. The schooner Fleetwing arrived yes terday forenoon and is loading lumber for Chicago. -The dredge commenced digging Wed nesdsyupon a second cut for deepening the harbor channel. The Keweenaw arrived up on time Sunday morning and called in bound down in the afternoon. The Northern Queen, of the Colling wood and Chicago line was in WedneS' day morning bound west. The steam barge Geo. Burnham ar rived Thursday night, and is loading lumoer irom MCArinur, ornnn ca wo The steamer Saginaw was in early Mondav evening on her way to St. Ignace, and called in bound down Tuesday fore noon. The propeller Canada arrived from Collingwo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 July 1881

THE NOBTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 16. 1881. 5 FEZIEIVS -HEWS DEPOTS BOOK STORE- BTTIiIiZSTiaT,- "HARPEU" AND "SCRIKNER DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE. LESLIE'S POPULAR MONTHLY tyllE FIRESIDE MONTHLY REVISED NEW TESTAMENT. NEW "SEASIDE" LIBRARIES. NEW FRANKLIN SQUARE'S. THE HOME COOK ROOK. -3STe"W G-oods- ALL GRADES WALL PAPERS. THE AUTOMATIC 'INK' PENCIL .CLOTH WINDOW SHADES. NOYS' DICTIONARY HOLDER, PRATT'S "BEVE POINT" PEN BEST CURTAIN FIXTURES. ;IARKTWAIN'S SCRAP BOOKS, .-'rf A general line of Leading Period ituijt Books, Stationery, Wall Papers, &c, kept constantly on hand. EST Any Periodicals, Books, &c, not in stock; Also Sheet Music & Books, supplied on short notice, at regular prices. EST Subscriptions taken for all the leading Periodicals, at Publisher's Price. A. L. FEXER, Nevdealer, BooksellerStationerj OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1881. Read advertisement of Hannah, Lay & Co's. steamers. These boats are among the best that sail tho lakes. If y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 July 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE JULY 16, 1881. G NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881. The first Atlantic cable constructed on American account is just completed. Its first message was one of sympathy with the President and hearty wishes for his recovery. Guiteau's crime has given new im petus to the movement in Europe that was started after the Czar's assassination for an international conference upon "the prevention of regicide. The Secretary of State says that the took of public acts will not be ready for distribution before August 1. The print" ing is dono and as soon as the index is completed it will be ready for the binder. TnE act of the Mormons in expressing an implied approval of the act of the as sassin, by declaring that it was "a judg ment of the Almighty upon a man who would overthrow Zion," dismisses all sympathy for Mormonism if any existed. The 40,000 wax candles in the 700 rooms of the imDjrial palace at Berlin are instantaneously lighted by a single match, the wick being...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 July 1881

. I SATURDAY, JULY 1(5. 1881. DIGDY'S REFORM CXIIU. There was a quartetto of free and jovial spirits in Burville, and Johny Digby was thehcknowledged leader thereof. Peter Blade, Tom Lowden, and Sam Pepper were Ms associates. They were four vnur men, free-hearted and generous, wit!, ;reat capacity for enjoyment. On a certain Monday evening they were assembled in a small parlor of Lushton's tavern for the purpose of hav ing a good time, as they were wont to assemble often. The season was winter, and the beverage they were indulging in was a compound of rum. sugar, milk, and eggs, familiarly known as "Tom and Jerry." At the early stage of the wassail, be fore sense had been submerged, Peter Blade suggested that he had a complaint to make against one of the dignitaries of the town, and thereupon he opened his vials of denunciation against Parson Meekly, the old clergyman of the place. "As near as I can find out," he said, X "the parson just about the same as called by name and held us ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 July 1881

1 8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE JULY 16. 1881. s ! NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. JULY 10, 1881. Salt well down to a depth of 130 feet last night. The framo of the skating rink has at last been taken down. The masons are at work on the walls of A. Fexer's new building. According to Yennor this is to be one of the hottest days of the season. Several fine fish were captured in the river last evening by parties trolling. The masons have commenced laying the walls of Daniel William's brick building, on Main street, south of Lynn's meat market. Since they put the tubing down In the salt well, the well at the mill of the Cheboygan Lumber company has com menced flowing again. The men employed in removing the elabs and edgings from the railroad dock, have rather a moist job of it, being compelled to work in water waist deep. One of the men at the salt well, Wed nesday evening, undertook to cross the mill boom on the logs and boomsticks and slipped inj getting a good ducking. The brick masons have com...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 July 1881

nn TV1 TlIB IE n OETHERl TV U 1M VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MIOH., SATURDAY JULY 23, 1881. NO 3 The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY "W" . CIIAHDIjEB. Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. QBAND CENTRAL HOTEL. Main St., CHEBOYGAN, MICH. First Class la ovory respect. C. MILt&, Proprietor. This House is Just finished and is newly fur nlshcd throughout. Good accommodations for the traveling public Good rooms nnd reason ble rates. 19Julyly MULLET LAKE EXCHANGE, Head of of Mullot Lake, opposite Indian and Pigeon Ulvers, HERMANN L. KCEHLER, Propr. First-class accommodations at reasonable rates. Excellent Ashing1 and sailing. The etcMncrs City of Choboygan, Northern Belle and Valley Queen stop at this house regularly. First-class dinners only 40 cents. Those of my friends wishing to see t he no w Mul let Lake House will bo taken over free of charge and given ample time before the departure of the boats. QA88 HOUSE, Corner of Third and Water Sts., Cheboygan, Mich. ALNEItT OAULT, Propriet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 July 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 23, 1881, 2 SATURDAY, JULY 23. 1881. The winter was unusually severe In the Arctic circle. At Spitzbergen the Ice Is not yet breaking up. A Washington special says: Ex-Senator Conkling expresses the opinion that the Albany Legislature will elect Miller and Lapham. lie seems totally indiffer ent. The tunnel under the seas from France to England is to be completed in 10 years; and English papers are beginning to express opinions as to a possible in vasion, through the hole. 1 A careful examination of the crimi nal code of the District of Columbia, shows that the penalty for an assault with intent to kill may be ten years' im prisonment and a fine of $1,000. There is a revival in the iron trade, the only drawback to the out-put being the excessive heat, which la beyond the laborers' endurance. Mills are sold six months ahead for steel and three on Iron. . The Vicksburg Commercial, controlled by Congressmen Chalmers, is leading the fight against the re-electio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 July 1881

THE NORTHERN TBIBTJNE. JULY 23, 1881. NORTHERN .TRIBUNE. SATUltlUy, JULY 23. MSI. WIDS, UIOE YOXM. There are 13,000 licensed tioga in the city of Chicago. Itailroail fare from New York to Chica go illl.iiiul likely to tn lower. Ohio DMiiocratd wrathfully charge thai B ok waiter bou.;iit UU nomination. Mrs. GardeM, in spite of lior perpetual anxiety aud terrible trials, is said to be gaining iu strength. A lava stream from the Sandwich is land volcauo of M iuna-Loa threatens the destruction of a pari of llilo. The Marquis of Lome's term of office in Canada expires with December, 1882, and he 1$ going to see it through. Mrs. Garfield tays she has received the tenderest messages of sympathy from Democrats as well us Republicans. Several deaths are reported in New York from lockjaw occasioned by explos ions of toy pistols on the Fourth of July. Eight thousand Sheffield workmen send a protest to parliament against the one-sided system of free trade in Eng land. ' Maud S., the great trott...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 July 1881

0 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JULY 23. 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 23. 1881. Marin. The schooner D. R. Martin la loading jumDer at Duncan uity ior tnicago. The steamer Pearl was In Thursday nigni ana canea going aown yesterday, The Ste. Marie was in from Sanlt Ste. Marie Monday and Wednesday nignis. The Northern Queen was in vester day morning bound from Collingwood 10 (jmcago. The Flora arrived ud vesterdav fore noon and was In bound down In the afternoon. The tuar Mav Flower, bound down with a tow, called in Thursday evening aiter wood. The bark Parana cleared from Dun can City Monday evening with lumber ior unicago. . The propeller Lake Erie, of the Col lingwood line, was in Monday morning, Douna ior unicago. The propeller Champlain arrived yesterday forenoon from Chicago. She leaves for Chicago this eyening. The tug T. M. Bradley has had her boiler overhauled and considerably strengthened by additional stays. The schooner morning light arrived luesday and loaded lumber from...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 July 1881

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JULY 23. 1881. Remember the Thompson comedy com pany at Town Hall next Wednesday and inursuay. II. A. Blake cast a new puly for the pile amer to take the place of the one ae moiisnea last Monday. President Garfield continues to im . prove and 19 now considered about out of danger. The Chebovean Lumber company's 'saw mill commenced this week running night and day. The dredge eot hr new spud in yes terday morning and commenced work on the harbor again. The salt well at ten this forenoon was down to a depth of 263 feet. They struck . a fissure in the rock last night and the drill dropped ten inches at one jump. The propeller Winnipeg was burned at Dnluth Tuesday, and four men belong ing on the boat are supposed to have lost their lives. The passengers all escaped, but lost tneir Daggage. Rev. L. C. Rogers, rector of St. James Episcopal chnrch, attended the annual convocation of the Episcopal church at Alpena last week, and Wednesday even ing delivered a serm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 July 1881

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE JULY 23, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1881. UOMAXCE Of A GLOVE. "Does it please you. Katy?" "Oh, it is splendid! I could not have suited myself half so well, had I been left to choose." "But you have not seen the wine cellar yet. It is a treasure of its kind. Let's go down again." They went down the stairs together, he talking gaily, she with a troubled look on her face. After duly admiring the place she put a timid hand on his arm and said: "But, Arthur dear, let us have no wine in it." "Why?" he asked in surprise. "Because I have resolved if ever I am the mistress of a house, there shall be no liquors kept in it no 'social glasses' for friends." "Why, Katy, you are unreasonable. I did not know you carried your temper ance opinions as fawas that. Of course I shall keep wine in my house, and en tertain my friends with it, too.' She raised her face appealiugly. "Arthur!" she said in atone of voice he knew how to interpret. Arthur's brow grew cloud...

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