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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 July 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY. 23, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. ntersd at the PoitoHlco ut Cheboygan Mich., Second Cla Matter. SATURDAY, JULY 23. 1881. THE U()MEI(t'UL I-A MT. BY ALEXANDER MACLEOD, D. D. One of the most famous stories in the world is about a lamp. I was as young as you when I first heard it, and to-day, speaking to you here, it all comes hack to me. Aladdin, tho ragged orphan boy, his poor, hard-working mother, tho magician selling his wares on the street, and the wonderful lamp! One thing I well remember, that, like every other good thing, it had to be brought up out of a deep place, and when it was found, it was, to look at it, nothing but an old and common every-day lamp. And who that has once read the story, can ever forget how the poor mother, rubbing it one day with sand to make it look bright, found out what sort of a lamp it was, and what it could do for her boy and her? It was a fortune to them. It gave them everything they wished. It brought food, clothes, money a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 July 1881

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE JULY -23. 1881.- NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. JULY 23, 1881. Adolph Gerrisher presented the Tm bune ollice with two handsome boquets the flrst or tne weoK. We hear that Col. Jno. Atkinson haa purchased a lot at Mackinac and will 4rect a lianusome cottage ior a summer residence. Tuesday the wind raised such a dust that it was almost blinding, fortunately the nne shower of Tuesday night settled it handsomely. The work of constructing the planing mill is being pushed. The frame I up and masons are at work laying up the avails of boiler and engine room. The dredcre broke one of its spuds, by which it is anchored when at work Wed nesday afternoon, while at work in the xiver ana had to lay uy ror repairs. Tho pile driver at work on the railroad dock had a rather serious break down last Monday, breaking its main pulley, and had to stop work for repairs. Three lorries, small cars for handling railroad iron, were landed by tho Ke weenaw Sunday te be used in laying the t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 July 1881

1 1 nDmnni HlEI Tl o O VOL. 7. ' CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATUEDAY JULY 30, 1881. NO 4 MM. ' The Northern Tribune PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY T7 . C 'Z-T. IfcT DLiEH. Terms: $2 p3r Year, in Advance. Q.RA.NI OKNTUAr( HOTEL. Main St., CHEBOYGAN, MICH. First Class In very respect. C. MILLS, Proprietor. This ITouso Is Just finished and is newly fur nlsbod throughout. Good accommodations for the traveling public. Good rooms and reason Die rates. 19Julyly MULLET LAKE EXCHANGE, Head of of Mullet Lake, opposite Indian and Pigeon Uivers, HERMANN L. KCEHLEB, Propr. First-class accommodations at reasonable rates. Excellent fishing 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 sue the new Mullet Lake House will be 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. AL11ERT Le OAULT, Prop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 July 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 30. 1881, 2 SATURDAY, JULY 30. 1881. ' Five American expeditions are hunt ing for the north pole. Unless the pole is exceedingly cautions it will be caught. Judge T. M. Coolet of Michigan is al ready suggested by Washington corres pondents as theprobable successor of the late Justice Clifford on the United States supreme bench. Sitting Bull the celebrated Sioux chief has surrendered. He returned to his native locality with a poor opinion of the Canadiaa authorities who he com plained starved his Indians. It is said that the President remem bers every incident of the day of the shooting, and says he was engaged most of his time in studying the faces of the friends about him and watching the effect of the shock upon them. Our money order system is soon to be connected with New Zealand. New South Wales and Victoria, those Australasian colonies having stated their willingness to enter into the arrangement which our government had already proposed to them. Spri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 July 1881

THE NORTHERN - TRIBUNE, JULY 30. 1881. ' 3 SATURDAY, JULY 30. 1881. vi:?, ivnn: wo:ili. ' Nothing will be done ab ut punishing Gulteau until September. Tickets from New York to Chicago were sold for $7.75. it is said. Next M. unlay 330 new money-order offices are to be put in operation. During the year ending June 30, CW, 000 emigrants landed in this country. The dreaded army-worm is doing much damage to the crops in various parts of Illinois. The Secretary of War will lond 1,200 tents for the celebration of the Yorktown Centennial. The Washington grand jury waj dis charged and the star route cases go over until October. Miss Dorothy Dix, the great-hearted nurse of the late war, is slowly dying at Washington. The Mayor of Philadelphia orders the arre9t of every man who carries a con cealed weapon. Bonesetter, the celebrated trotter, valued at $15,000, dropped dead on the Pittsburg track. The manufacture of raisins from grapes Is becoming an extensive indus try in California. A yacht...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 July 1881

. THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 30, 1881. SATURDAY, JULY 30. 1881. Marine. ' The Flora arrived up last evening being a little behind time. The Canada of the Collingwood line was in Monday bound for Chicago. Th e schooner Dreadnaught left Tues day with lumber for Harbor Springs. The Fountain City was in at Dun can City Thursday evening bound down, The Nashua was in Monday morning and called again bound down in the af ternoon. The steamer Pearl arrived up Thurs day evening and called in bound down yesterday. The Saginaw arrived up Monday night and called in Tuesday after dinner bound down. The schooners S. B. Pomeroy, Naiad and A. Mosier loaded at Duncan City this week for Chicago. --The propeller Lake Erie was In Wednesday forenoon bound from Colling wood to Chicago. The Mary Is having a good run of passengers in connection with the boats on the inland route. The Keweenaw arrived up on time Sunday morning and called in on her way down in the afternoon. The Lady May was in Thursday after...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 July 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 30, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JULY 30. 1881. The brick work of Daniel Williams building is completed. If you want a clear life-like Tin-Type taken, go to Davidson's gallery. Klntz Is putting up a large carriage shed on Division street, back of his livery office. Carkln, Stickney &Cram will have their present contract for dredging the harbor completed to-day. Miss McKewen wishes to inform her pupll9 that she has arrived home from a short visit with her friends up the lake. I. Smith Bockes reports business lively at his hotel in Indian river, full of visitors all the time and all enjoying themselves hugely. Official notice has been given that the new state reform school for girls at Adrian will be open for the reception of offenders after August 1. Work on the Chebovgan Lumber com pany's large barn is progressing, the foundation is down and the sills framed and in position and the floor joists are in. The entrances and clearances at the custom ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 July 1881

6 THE NORTHERN- TRIBUNE JULY 30. 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. JULY 30, 1881. Michigan Soldiers Monument. From Lansing: Republican. After a work of 16 years the Michigan soldiers' monument erected in the Cam pus Martins at Detroit is completed, and the four allegorical figures representing "union," "history," "victory," and "eman cipation" were unveiled Tuesday, TJth, in the presence of an immense crowd of people. Col. James W. Romeyn of the board of trustees gave a historical statement of the inception and building of the monu ment. A public meeting with tnls object in view was held in Detroit as early as 1861, but it was not until 1865 that the work took definite form and resulted in the organization of the Michigan soldiers' monument association, with B. F. II. Witheral as president; Henry A. Morrow, vice president; James W. Tillman, treas urer; John Owen, auditor; and Thomas W. Palmer and James W. Romeyn, secre taries. An executive committee was also chosen, which consisted ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 July 1881

THE NOBTHEKN" TRIBUNE. JULY 30, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. nterl at tli loittotttci at Cheboygan Mich., as Reoonct Clans Matter SATURDAY. JULY 80. 1881. MOTHERS AND CHILOIIEN. v OneofClirl.t'a TeaParflea. "There'll be Jennie, she's one, and Mamie and Lulu, they're two no four. Oh, mamma, it mortifies me that I can't count three. And Kittle, and Flo and Grace. Mamma, are you In real truly earnest V" "Yes, dear; you can take your choice between birthday presents and a tea party." "Oh, I've chose the party the moment you mentioned 'bout it. But am I to do all my own 'vitlnR? All my own self V" The family were gathered in the room for worship, and mamma only had time to nod "yes," before books were jfiven out and the reading was begun. Pinkie sat still as a mouse, thinking who to in vite to her party, until papa, on whose lap she sat, read In his turn. "Then said he also to him that bade them: When thou makest a dinner or supper, call not thy friends, nor thy brethren, nor thy kinsmen, nor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 July 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE ' JULY 30. 1881. I. 8 NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. JULY 30, 1881. Henry Amtot haa another lighter for Mattoon, Ogden & Co. about completed. The boiler and engine for Carleton Brothers new brick yard arrived on the Keweenaw Sunday. The dredge lost a couple of days repair ing her dipper arm. She commenced work again Tuesday afternoon and has been scooping mud at a lively rate since The G. R. and I. R. R. hare made a contract with the Richmond, Ind., Light Guard band, by which they are to give open air concerts at Petoskey daily for two weeks, beginning August 15. Dr. Wright preached a very impressive sermon at the Congregational church Sunday morning and in the evening de livered a temperance discourse to a large audience at the Methodist church. A St. Ignace correspondent of the Bay City Tribune says, the engineers and workmen of the Peninsula Land Com pany are at work improving streets, grubbing, under brushing, etc., on the company's purchase on the north bl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 August 1881

Wit EM TfiMJI - o a O VOL. 7J CHEBOYGAN, MIOH., SATURDAY AUGUST 6, 1881. NO 5 m E Oo The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. QRANTD CENTRAL HOTEL. Mala St., CIIEBOYGAN, MICH. First Class in every respect. C. MILLS, Proprietor. This ITouso la Just finished and is newly fur Dished throughout. Good accommodations for the traveling public. Good rooms and reason bio rates. lOJulyly MULLET LAKE EXCHANGE, Head of of Mullet Lake, opposite Indian and Pigeon Klvers, HERMANN L. KCEHLEB, Propr. ri-'Sw-c'PM aocoui nua'.'ops at reasonable :s' and sailing. The " .. Northern Belle c .1 ouse regularly, c ' ' cents. Those of j . . ie lovr Mullet Lake ovciiee of charge and rales. Ern-ellont Btoamors Ci. of C andVa'leyQi"mt . Fjrs(-elH68 1 le . my fy leads itfit.j Jlousfs T7.'U bo i.ikea Riven rvyle .'fee boats. o e . e departure of the O. II. McCLlKU, ARCIIITCECT AND BUILDER, Wi'-rrrn'shnle'js aod snco Jc't'ojs ?o- Job 11c, m 'v?e a i c.-u -ch or d 05s. OXco o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 August 1881

53 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 6, 1881. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6. 1881. The death of John C. Burch, Secretary of the United States Senate, occurred in Washington on Thursday of last week of heart disease. Shrewd Republican observers in New York confidently predict that their party will elect a majority of both branches of the legislature this fall. Out of some 21 defalcations by county officers In Ohio within the last half dozen years 19 were by Democratic officials. And yet the Democrats of that state are howling for a change on the ground that Democratic officials are more trust worthy. The United States dollar of 1804 is sold for $800. If the government officials had known how highly these coins were to be valued, they might have made a grand speculation by turning out a few million of them. As it was, they thought eight would "meet the business wants of the country," and eight they made. Commander Wadleigh of the steamer Alliance reports his arrival at Reikiavik, Iceland, July 12, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 0, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. AUGUST 6, 1881. WIDE, Willi: V(tll,l). It is runiorel that Carl Schurz is to succeed Mr. White as American minister at Berlin. Gen. Longstreet says that "as a failure Jeff Davis is the most marked success of the nineteenth century." Joseph Young, the Mormon apostle's brother, died at Salt Lake last week aged 81. He was one of the anointed. Over 150 new butter and cheese factor lea will be erected this year in Iowa, making over 400 in all in the state. An experiment of talking over 390 miles of telephone wire, from Patterson, N. J., to Buffalo, N. Y., was successful. A clerk in a hardward store in Wash ' ington has been fined $5 for selling a toy pistol to a boy under 16 years of age. ' The United States owns 5,528,970 acres of coal land which the land office ad vertises for sale at from $10 to $20 an . acre. The appropriation for the patent office this year is $020,000, about $100,000 more than the average annual rece...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 August 1881

THE NORTHEKN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 6, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6. 1881. Marin. Vessel captains report the squall of Wednesday nlgnt as a wictea one ror a snort time. The Keweenaw arrived on time Sunday morning and called going down in the aiternoon. The Saeinaw arrived up Monday night about ten o'clock and was in bound for below Tuesday. The schooner Rising Star arrived Thursday morning, loaded lumber and left to-day for Chicago. The Nashua arrived up Monday forenoon and called in about five o'clock in the afternoon bound bown. The Bark Parana arrived at Duncan City Monday and cleared Thursday with a cargo or lumber ior umcago. The Lady May took the place of the Mary on the Cheboygan, Mackinac and St. lgnace route Monday ana l uesaay. The Steambarge Burlington dropped her three barges outside and came in after coal last Sunday on her way down. The tug Geo. W. Cuyler took the nassencrers from the Inland route, Thurs day evening, over to Mackinac and St. lgnace. The schooner...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 August 1881

t THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 6, 1881. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1881. Read the advertisement of situation wanted. In another column. Copious showers yesterday and last night, and nasty weather this morning Attention is called to the advertise ment of Mrs. Rogers. In another column She has some very desirable building lots to lease. Mr. McClure larnished the plans and specifications for 0. B. Weed's new store, south of the Grand Central Hotel. It is to a classical design. A telegram from Kalamazoo an nounces the death of Mrs. Peter Bradly who was sent from this county to the insane asylum, at that place, about three years ago. One hundred and twenty-five tickets were sold for the excursion on the Pearl to Petoskey. Everybody enjoyed the trip and the ladies of the Congregational church received a substantial benefit. The St. Ignace Republican has been enlarged and Bro. Bissell promises to keep on improving the paper in accord ance with the demands of that lively town. He is doing a good w...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 August 1881

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE AUGUST 6, 1881. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1881. A YEAIl'8 GOVERNMENT. How the Ordinary Appropriations are Spent Details of Various Depart ment Expenditures. Washington, July 20. The appropria tions for the ordinary expenses during the current fiscal year, 1882, amount iu round numbers to $177,000,000. This does not include the Interest on the pub lic debt, and other large permanent an nual appropriations made by general laws and not subject to the annual su pervision of congress. Over $3,000,000 are appropriated for congressional expenses, and of that amount $2,043,000 are for the salaries and mileage of senators and representa tives. For the executive establishment there are appropriated over $15,700,000. Of this amount the executive mansion receives $100,000; the state department, $152,000; the treasury department, $2, 500,000; independent treasury, $459,000; mint any assay offices, $l,2t5,000; ter ritorial governments, $242,01)0; internal revenue, $5,400,000; war...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 August 1881

r . THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 6, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. nterl mt the PottoHtco t Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. AUGUST 6. 1881. DIAMOND OR PASTE. 'Humph!" said Mr. Daniel Somerset 4T nlwnva thmiorlit vmi WPrfl a fool. Viv Ian. and now I know it. The idea - you want to get married I" Vivian Savorn laiiffhed. showinc? his handsome teeth a good humored, joyous laugh, In no wise anecieu Dy ms uncie s ohom iincrraciniiflnss: for Mr. Severn had not been acquainted with Mr. Daniel Somerset zo years ior noining. "Is it so very alarming, Uncle Daniel? Via octruri nrnmnt.lv. "I think so. Alarming yes, beyond nnoofinn. Ynn'ra an fixtravaorant voiinc dandy, without an idea in your noddle besides tne cm oi your cioines or ine composition of a buttonhole bouquet in February, with no judgment greater than that required to decide the flavor of the soup at your club dinner. And you want to get married?" Vivian was used to it, and he knew the irascible old bachelor's bark was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 August 1881

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE AUGUST 6, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, H. J. MINER, Weather lteport for I lie Week ending SATURDAY. AUGUST 6, 1881. -2 Th9 Keweenaw Sunday, landed some more of the machinery for the new plan ; ing mill. 1 The additional tubing ordered week before last for tho salt well arrived on the Nashua Monday morning. The Bay City Tribune says, S. D. Iless, of that city, will superintend the laying of the Cheboygan water pipes. Tho Keweenaw last Sunday landed a large horse power for Wm. Gainer, to be used by him in running his hay press. Gustin, Merrill & Co. of Bay City ship ped seventy-five tons of merchandise on the propeller Arundell last Saturday for St. Ignace and Cheboygan. A boom of logs at the J. D. Smith saw mill, broke Tuesday morning, filling the river so that' navigation was impeded. The City of Cheboygan was considerably delayed on her up trip. Commencing with last Monday there will be a daily mail between Mackinaw City and St. Ignace, excepting Sunday. Mail ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 August 1881

m-inr IE I0ETHE1S 2 VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY AUGUST 13, 1881. NO 6 nrm . -- ----- - " TKIBIJIE. The Northern Tribune PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY "W . C !I IT D Ij E n . Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. Q.RAND CKNTRALHOTKL. Main St., CHEBOYGAN, MICH. First Class In evory respect. V, MILLS, Proprietor. This House Is Just finished and is newly fur nished throughout. Good accommodations for the traveling public. Good rooms and reason Die rates. 19julyly MULLET LAKE EXCHANGE, nead of of Mullet Lake, opposite Indian and Pigeon Rivers, HERMANN L. KCEULEB, Propr. First-class accommodations at reasonnblo rates. Excellent flshlngr and sailing-. Tho steamers City of Cheboygan, Northern nolle and Valley Queen stop at this house regularly. First-class dinners only 40 cents. Those of my friends wishing to see tho new Mullet Lake House will be taken over f reo of charge and Riven ample time before the departure of tho boats. C, II. McCLl'ItU, ARCUITGECT AND BUILDER, Will furnish plans and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 August 1881

2 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 13, 1881. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13. 1881. No civil service reform can collect the Internal revenue of the country with greater safety than it is collected. Over $600,000,000 in five years without a cent of loss. The low rates at which the railroads are carrying east bound freights is severely interfering with the prosperous management of the Erie canal. .Bus! ness on it is so light that its managers contemplate an immediate and large re ductlon in the number of persons em ployed. Kentucky has passed safely through another election, and some think it has gone Democratic. Several good Repub licans have, however, been elected to the Legislature, and large Republican gains are reported in many counties. There are some live Republicans in Kentucky, and the future is not uncertain. The commerce of the United States was never greater than during the fiscal year that has just closed. The imports of mercantile amounted to $642,593,219, and consisted mostly of articl...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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