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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST. 13, 1881. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1881. WI1H, Willi: WOULD. It is said 10,000 people bathe daily at Long Branch. A single ranchman in Texas sends 20,000 caitle to market this year. Two torpedo boats are boing built in this country tot theBritlsh Government. From January to June 75,000 emi grants left Hamburg alone for the United States. The North Carolina election resulted overwhelming against prohibition. Too many of the natives interested in Illicit stills. A man in Accomac County, Va., is the father of nineteen children "eight pairs and three aces," as the local paper ex presses it." The only place where pennies are coin ed is at the Philadelphia Mint. The de mand for these coins is far greater than the supply. General Hancock has accepted an in vitation extended through Secretary of War Lincoln to command the troops at the Yorktown centennial. Collector Merritt, of the port of New York, reported that the entire receipts for that city for the past fisca...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 13, 1881. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13. 1881. Marin. The Canadian steambarge Clinton was in this morning after wood. The schooner Melvina with her cargo of railroad iron arrived mis torenoon. , The Columbia, bound from Colling wood to Chicago was in Monday fore noon. The Lake Erie, bound from Chicago to Collingwood called in Thursday after noon. The tug C. E. Pendell took a large raft of spiles to St. Ignace Wednesday night. The propeller Canada was in last evening bound from Collingwood lp Chicago. . . The Flora was in on time yesterday morning and caned bouna down in the afternoon. The schooner News Boy arrived last evening and is taking on a cargo of lumber for unicago. The schooner Melvina left Detroit Wednesday evening with a cargo of rail road iron for this port. The schooner Lookout arrived yester day morning and is loading lumber from the Cheboygan Lumber Co. The Nashua arrived up on time Monday morning and called in . during tne afternoon bound down. The...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 August 1881

THE NOBTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 13. 1881. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1881. The excursion on the Pearl yesterday for the benefit of the Congregational Sunday school was largely attended and netted the school between $30 and $40. The smoke stack for the now planing mill arrived on the Champlain. They have the machinery all in position to at tach the belts. The first of next week will see it in operation. Tuesday afternoon the tugs Cygnet, Bradley and Gifford indulged in a race from the entrance of the harbor to Mc Arthur, Smith & Co.' dock. Capt. Kitch en, of the Pendell was judge and decided it a dead heat between the Cygnet and Bradley the Gifford being some distance In the rear. The tugs Hayden and Pen dell tooted their whistles so lustily over the race that many persons up town thought it was an alarm of fire caus ing quite a number to turn out to inves tigate. v It is reported that a number of the firemen repaired to the engine house and were ready for duty. New School Law, The law in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 August 1881

e THE TTb"RTHElRTST TRlBTTNTS1- AUGUST 13; 18R1.' NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. AUGUST 13, 1881. THE YOUKTOWW SURRENDER, An IinpoNluir Ceremony wblch made 1'iaNHt'oii. , From Harper's Magazine. At noon of the 19th of October we have the first act of surrender. Yorktown changed hands. Two redoubts on the left of the enemy's works were at that hour taken possession of by detachments from the allied army. Col. Richard But ler commanded the American and the Marquis Laval the French party, each of 100 men. At 2 o'clock we reach the closing scene. The army of Cornwallis marched out as prisoners of war, ground ed arms and then marched back. Ac counts agree in describing the display and ceremony on the occasion as quite imposing. The British appeared in new uniforms, distributed among them a few days before, and it only required the fly ing of their standards to give their march the effect of a holiday parade. But their colors were cased, and they were prohib ited from playing either a French...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. AUGUST 13. 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. nteroil at tUt t'otottto at Cheboyifaii ' Mloh., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. AUGUST 13, 1881. FAITH. GERALDINE. I can not feel the Everlasting Arms supporting me. yei i Know uiey are mere; I can not see the loving eyes bent tenderly upon IT1A TtrfiAn T L-nuul in tirotor' And yet I know that sacred eyes in pitying love uwk aown, While a voice is gently whispering, "no cross, no crown." And bo iny cross ril take it up, and bravely Dear n on Thrmirrh liffl'a fnst-flnptlnfr vonrs Tho' struggling, halting, often very weary4'm lililt-l UUb 1tip.iiRn nf dmilit.nr fAnra For tho I can not may not see, I kuow there's a gmamx uauu. Leading me gently, safely, surely, unto a lUiit-l liUIIl. A nitOKCX PITCIIER. I had been home from Oxford for a couple of months, and as the end of my vacation was drawing nigh, one day my brother Arthur and I were sauntering inrouga a xoveiy vaie. Suddenly mv attention was nrrflstod by Arthur exclaiming...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 August 1881

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUTE AUGUST 13, 1881. - NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13. 1881. The new planing mill la getting quite a yard full of lumber. The front In Dr. Champions now build ing will bo a very neat one. Kesscler's new block has the roof on and the inside work is progressing, Daniel Williani9 has rented his new storeroom to outside parties for a boot and shoo store. The J. L. & S. railroad are having stumps removed from Dodd's creek In order to change the channel where the railroad crosses that stream. C. P. Sweet claims to have three miles of this end of the Cheboygan and Cross Village state road done ready for accept ance by the State Road commissioner. Monday of last week they had a jail delivery at the Sault, two prisoners es-1 caping. One was the notorious Jack Lee who had been confined since midwinter awaiting a session of the circuit court to be tried, The board of directors of the county of agricultural society were too busy with their harvest to attend the mee...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 August 1881

low mm trie TV1 w u VOL. 7. oheboygan; mioh., Saturday august so, issi. no 7 I hi II HM The Northern Tribune, rUBLT -iUni) EVERY SATURDAY BY "W . C IZ NT 3D Xj 22 R . Terms: $2 par Year, in Advance. Q.RAND CKNTKAIillOTKL. Main St., CHEBOYGAN, MICI1. First Claas In every respect. CJ. MILLS, Proprietor. This House is Just finished and is newly fur nished throughout. Good accommodations for the traveling public. Good rooms and reason blo rates. ISJJulylv MULLKT LAKE EXCHANGE, Head of of Mullet Lake, opposite Indian and Pigeon lilvers, HERMANN L. KQUILEE, Propr. First-class accommodations at reasonable rates. Excellent fishing and sailing. The steamers City of Cheboygan, Northern Bello 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. Q II. MtCLl'Ki:, ARCHITCECT AND BUILDER, Will furnish plans and specifica...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST SO, 1881, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. 1881. f Professor Parkhurst, the astronom er, asserts that there is no reason to fear a collision between the earth and the new comet, as the latter will not come within 50,000,000 miles of our planet. So confident are the Treasury officials that a flow of European gold will soon set in to the United States that they have begun to make room for its reception. Oyer $4,500,000 of bullion have been or dered taken from the vaults of the as say offices in New York to the mint at Philadelphia. The new criminal code which goes into effect in New York next year de clares that a morbid propensity to com mit prohibited acts existing In the mind of a person capable of kriowing they are wrong forms no defence. This will materially lessen the effectiveness of the insanity dodge as a defense. Bookwalter does not seem to suit the old-fashioned, hard-fisted Democrats of Ohio very well. Mr. Walter Brown, a prominent Democrat, of Mansfield, ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 20, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. AUGUST 20, 1881. WJ1K, UIt)K VOHI.l. A strip of land ono inch widend 300 feet Iuiik was sold in Milwaukee for $1, 500. Up to ilatft 2,i24 it ! Irs of new railroad have been tonsil uctii! in this country this year. The process of s.ibilividing the great plantations of the south is going rapid ly forward. The citv of PougUkeepsie was incor porated in 1791), and of its ten mayors six are still living. On Saturday 1,4(51 immigrants landed at Castle Garden, New York, making a total of 7,505 for the week. Gen. Maximo Jarez, Nicaraguau minis ter, was found dead of heart disease, in his room at Washington. It is estimated that there are 33,079 miles of steel rails in the United States which hare cost $184,000,000. At Rochester, N.Y., Thursday of last week Maud S. beat her previous record; making the new one 2:10)4. Supervising inspector of steam vessels reports 208 lives lost upon United States steam vessels the past year. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST QO, 1881, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. 1881. Marine. The Pearl had 1G0 passengers when she left Port Huron this week. The Collingwood 6teamer Columbia was In Wednesday bound for Chicago. --The propeller Ocean was in at mid night Sunday night bound for Montreal. The propeller Lake Erie, of the Col lingwood lino was in Monday bound west. The Nashua arrived up on time Mon day mornincr, calling in bound down In the afternoon. The Keweenaw was on time last Sunday morning and called, bound down, in the afternoon. The schooner Newsboy cleared Tues day with a cargo of lumber from G. W. Bell for Chicago. The Northern Queen, of the Colling wood and Chicago line called in yester day forenoon going west. The Canadian schooner J. R. Ben son arrived Wednesday after a cargo of timber from James Duggan. The steamer Flora arrived up about 8 o'clock yesterday forenoon and was in bound down in the afternoon. The steamer Saginaw arrived up about two o'clock Tuesday morning and was ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. AUGUST 20. lftSl. 5 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. AUGUST 20, 1881. The scow Lady Essex arrived this fore noon with a portion of the pipe for the water works. The hum of the planing mill was heard this forenoon for the first time In the new mill. J. II. Waterman has the frame of his new residence up and only for the wet weather would have had the roof on. Nelson & Cullen are offering some ppecial inducements to the public. Head their price list published in this issue. W. II. Scott, the merchant tailor, has the finest line of suitings ever brought to this place. Call and examine them. Sam Ray is offering bargains at his 09c store, east side of the river. Read his advertisement, and then give him a call. Mrs. C. De Maria, of Big Rapids, exec trix of the estate of the late Rev. C. L. De Cueninck, has been spending several days in the village this week. The many friends of Rev. II. A.Conrad showed their appreciation of his valu able labors in our village by a don...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 August 1881

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE AUGUST 20, 1881. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1881. The New School Law. .Many good results are expected from the recent changes in the law, about to go into effect, in regard to examining and licensing teachers. Those best ac quainted with the needs and condition of the schools, and especially the district schools, will hail with pleasure a system which promises better results for the outlay of monev for public education. The system of township examination and supervision, which was expected to remedy the faults or the county superin tendency, has not fulfilled the expecta tions of its advocates. Under it, accor ding to a high authority, the average qualifications of district school teachers have been lowered over 25 per cent, and those schools have deteriorated in pro portion. Especially has this been the case in the newly settled counties. In the older parts of the state and in this county, those selected as township super intendents have been almost uniformly well ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 20. 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. ntered at tlie PofttoMce at Cheboygan Mich., Second Clans Matter. SATURDAY. AUGUST 20, 1881. A WOXDEIU'UIj old cradle. BY J. A. WATROUS. From the OBhkosh Northwestmv la a safe ami not of tenfrequented cor ner of my pocket-book lies a sliver, half the length of a match, but not as large and comely, It has been there several years. Its historv is well worth recording-Three years ago last summer I accept ed an invitation from my friend Wil liams, who then resided and still resides In the northern part of Waukesha coun ty, on the eastern shoreofone of those charming little lakes which has done so much to make the county famous as a summer resort. It was a delightful spot, and Mr. and Mrs Williams, whom I had known for some years, are delight ful people. The promise that my stay would be a pleasant one was all that any reasonable mortal could expect. After dinner my friend conducted me to a room away from the noise and con fusion i...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 August 1881

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE AUGUST 20. 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1881. The front Is being put in Kesselers new block. Davidson takes four tin-types for 75 cents all made at one sitting. The Bennett block is growing, the mason9 being busy laying the w alls. The Rev. L. C.Rogers having returned from Indian River camp, there will be services at St. James church to-morrow at the usual hours. Thursday forenoon twelve different persons were fishing off the railroad dock at the same time, nearly all of whom had fine strings of magnificent black bass'. The masons are well up with the walls of 0. B. Weed's new building. Only for the bad weather for the past few days they would have been nearing the com pletion of the walls of the second story. The Woman's christian temperance union, of the Ninth congressional dis trict, will hold its fifth annual couvenr tlon""at Evart, commencing Friday of next week and continuing Saturday and Sunday. The spile driver has been kept busy at wor...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 August 1881

fffw TV - FEE N OETHEEB ID TMTTOT 1MJJ U IN 1 S VOL. 7. . CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY AUGUST 27, 1881. ,v NO 8 The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY DY "W. C XE !IT JD ZL HZ TZ . Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. QHAND OKNTRAI4HOTEL. Main St., CIIEBOYOAN, MICH. First Class in every roBpoct. C. MILLS, Proprietor. This House Is Just finished and is newly fur nished throughout. Good accommodations for the traveling public. Good rooms and reason blo rates. 19julyly MULLET LAKE EXCHANGE, Head of of Mullet Lake, opposite Indian and Pigeon Klvers, . HERMANN L. KCEIILER, Propr. First-class accommodations at reasonable rates. Excellent fishing and Balling. The steamers City of Cheboygan, Northern Hello and Valley Queen stop at this house regularly. First-class dinners only 40 cents. Thoso of my friends wishing to soo the now Mullet Lake House will bo taken over f reo of charge and Riven amplo time before the departure of the boats. C. II. JIcCLlltC, ARC1IITCECT AND BUILDER, Will furnis...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, ATTG-UST 27. 1881. Northern tribune SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1881. Owing to the prejudice against Amer lean pork, and the scare over trichinae, there is a considerable falling off in trade in these products. In July of last year there wa9 exported $4,078,136 worth of bacon, while during July of the present year there were only $3,633,559 worth. Special Agent Bigelow, after a tour of investigation in the Dominion of Canada, found that one-third of all the mail sacks, and four-fifths of all the pouches used by the Canadian Postofflce Department belong to the United States It.is likely that.the State Departmentwill make a demand on Canada for compen sation for the use of the property. Under the liquor act of 1879, saloons and bars in cities and villages were per mitted to remain open until 10 P. m.. "unless ordered sooner closed by the proper city or village authorities." Under the new laws these places must be closed at 9 r. m. unless the common council "by ordinance...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 August 1881

THE NORTHERN ' TRIBUNE, AUGUST 27, 1881. 3 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1881. WIDE, WIDE WOULD. The departments at Washington em ploy in all over 10.0JO clerks. The total value of exports for the first seven months of the present year was $32,708,977. The United States has 50 per cent more paper mills than any other country in the world. A ladj candidate is running for the office of County Superintendent of Schools on the Democratic ticket in Iowa County Wis. According to the latest returns, the wheat crop of England is a little below the average, and in France considerably below. London Times says failure to secure a new commercial treaty with France will annihilate one-fifth part of England's foreign trade. Henry Todd, of Darien, Ga., owns two large lumber mills and exports largely. He is a colored man, f ormely a slave and is worth $100,000 Reported that Capt Howgate's "pick ings" amount to $70,000, and that ho has oeeu regular ly uiu.-A.muiiuu wj vttJ-tico who knew the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 27, 1881, Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. AUGUST 20. 1881. Marin. The Keweenaw was in bound up and down Sunday. . The tug Johnson was in Thursday afternoon after fuel. The tug Metaraora with her barges In tow left this morning for Collins Bay, Ont. The Nashua arrived up Monday fore noon and was in in the evening bound down. The bark Parana arrived at Duncan City Thursday afternoon and is loading lumber. The Flora was in on time yesterday morning and called bound down in the afternoon. The schooner Dreadnaught is taking another cargo of lumber from this port to Harbor Springs. " The St. Marie made her regular trips this week arriving down from the Sault Monday and Wednesday nights. The steamer Pearl arrived up about 6 o'clock Thursday evening and called in, bound down yesterday afternoon. The schooner C.IIart arrived Sunday with 18 head of cattle and quite a flock of sheep from Beaver island for Joseph Spooner. The schooner Bessie Burwick ar rived at Duncan C...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 August 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. AUGUST 27, 1881. V NOETHERN TEIBTJNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27. 1881. S. Le Gault & Son have an announce ment of much importance in this issue. Head it. Don't fail to attend the school meet ing, at the school house, next Tuesday evening. We hear rumors of several new brick buildings to be built in our village in the near future. The Rev. T. C. Pitkin, of Detroit will .occupy the pulpit at St. James church 'to-morrow, both morning and evening. Real estate market is booming and considerable property is changing hands at figures that a few months since would have been considered way up. The German colony at St. Igaace from Detroit has decided to name its settle ment "Jacob's Town," after J. Chris. Jacob, president of the colony. The new draw In the Spooner bridge over Cheboygan river, about a mile above the forks, is being-put in. The want of the bridge has been badly felt since the old one was condemned and closed to travel. Ye editor acknowledges the receipt of a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 August 1881

6 HE NOTSE 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1881. The President Superstitious. Bpoclal Telegram to tho Inter Ocean. Washington, Aug. 19 "Is it true that President Garfield has superstitions con cerning the length of his life?" said the Inter Ocean correspondent to Captain Henry, Marshal of tho District of Col umbia, to-day. 'Yes, indeed," was the reply, "and his ideas, on that subject have afforded his friends much amusement. General Gar field has always had an idea that he knew exactly how long he wa9 to live, lie used to say that he had forebodings, and that they always proved correct. When I first knew Garfield, at Hiram College, he used to say that he would die when 1IE WAS 35 YEARS OLD, the same age at which his father died. He resorted to all sorts of arguments to support his theory, but when 33 years came round and found him still living, of course he had to give that up. Well, soon after that the war broke out, and Garfield became a soldier. 'I know that I will n...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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