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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 August 1881

THE : NORTHERN i TRIBUNE, AUGUST 27. 1881 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27. 1881. Nothing to Me. The prace has gone from our Used -to-be; It is nothing to me now nothing to me. I can muse unmoved on those days of old Their mmimer splendor is palo and cold; Recall the fervor of look and word, And never a pulse of my heart is stirred. And more and more I know and see It is nothing to me. How old one feels when something sweet With Life's beat beauty lies under his feet: When he would not stoop to lift from the earth Something that late was of priceless worth ; When he carelessly treads down into the dust A worn-out bliss, or a threadbare trust; When he Rays to himself, with a smile maybe, "It is nothing to me." I smile as I say it And yet, and yet. It is strange to sorrow for lost regret; Strange to be missing from heart and brain A cherished gift or a petted pain; And stranger still it Beemeth to know That the royal grace of our Long-ago, The golden glow of our Yesterday, Has fa...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 August 1881

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE AUGUST 27, 1881. Noetheen Tribune. SATURDAY, AUGUST tl, 1881. The Superior was among the first boats to pass through the Sault canal and locks. E. Nelson Is building a brick barn, 20 by 40 feet on the corner of Nelson and Huron streets. The dredge has been busy all week on the booming ground of the Cheboygan lumber company. ' The Champlain landed a lot of mag nificent peaches for II. J. A. Todd. They were raised at Glen. Haven. We understand parties from the south ern part of the state are in the village looking arpund for a site to erect a hotel. Remember the lecture at the Town Hall next Menday eyening and enjoy an intellectual feast, and at the same time contribute to a worthy cause. The lecture is for the benefit of the Episco pal society. Tuesday n Ight a sailor off of the schoon er Cleveland fell into the new lock at the Sault, and was drowned. It is supposed the fall of about 45 feet stunned him so that he was unable to make an effort to pave himself. 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. — 3 September 1881

54 O u Ajrn DEES VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY SEPTEMBER, 3 1881. NO 9 The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED KVERY SATURDAY BY "W. c'lIAWDLBR. Tes in.: v. ter Year, ii AiK lire. Q.RAND CKNTUAL HOTEL. Main St., CiranOYQAN, MICH. First Class in every respect. Ci. MILLS, Proprietor. This House is Just finished and is newly f ur nlshod throughout. Good accommodations for the traveling public. Good rooms and reason ble rates. 19Julyly MULLET LAKE EXCHANGE, Head of of Mullet Lako. opposito Indian and Pigeon HI vers, HERMANN L. KQJHLER, 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 see the new Mullet Lake House will be taken over free of charge and given ample time before the depurturo of the boats. Q II. MeCLUKI, ARCHITCECT AND BUILDER, Will furnish plans and specifications for pub lic, privat...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 September 1881

2 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 3, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1881. Foreign roM continues to flow to this country, last Saturday, it is said, 5,000. C.O was shipped to New York alone, or in round figures $25,t :C,. 2. General Hancock said to a friend: "General Arthur is a pure-hearted, patriotic man, and in point of ability is superior to several Presidents this Nation has had. Queen Victoria expressed deep regret on learning of the relapse of President Garfield, and renewed her reque3t for the latest, telegrams concerning his condi tion. The Prince of Wales also intimat ed a desire to hear the latest dispatches from Washington. There is some serious talk of lynching Guiteau in the event of the President's death. A great class of people would, of course, discountenance any attempt of the kind, but there are many who are Impatient that the assassin should live, and the officers having him in charge are said to be taking extra precautions for his protection. The N...

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

THE : NORTHERN TRIBUNE; SEPTEMBER 3, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1881. WIDE, WIDE U'OKM). Jay Gould, now eintrols about one half the entire railroad mileage o' the United States. American capitalists are building a street railway in Tokio, Japan, and also railroad in the provinces. A bo )k was recently returned to the Eoston public library which had been missing for more than 20 years. The enormous sum of $3,80O,0C is now on the sea en route to this country to pay for wheat. But that will not pay for the crop of Dakota alone. The law passed by the last Pennsyl vania Legislature prohibiting payment of wages in "store orders" went into ef fect in that State last Thursday. John Hancock's chair, the one in which he eat when he signed his name to the Declaration of Independence now stands in St. Paul's Church at Norfolk, Va. One of the great packing houses at the Chicago stock yards was burned Friday night of last w eek. The loss is estimated at from $750,030 to $1,000...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 3, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3.1881. Bfarln. Thfl nron Northern Queen was in Monday, bound west. The Canada from Collingwood wa9 in, bound west, Wednesday. The Ste. Marie made her trips on time this week and had a good business. The propeller Prussia was in Sun day night bound from Chicago to Mon treal. . The Flora arrived up yesterday fore nnnn find was in bound down in the afternoon. The prop. Lake Erie passed up about midnight last night bound from Colling wood to Chicago. The Bteamer Saginaw arrived up Monday night and called in Tuesday afternoon bound down. The Keweenaw was up on time Sunday morning and called in bound down in the afternoon. The schooner W. S. Crosthwaite sailed Wednesday evening for Tonawan da with a cargo of railroad ties. The Lawrence arrived from Chicago and way ports Monday afternoon and left that evening on her return. The schooner Dreadnaught arrived from Beaver Island Thursday night with 21 head of cattl...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 September 1881

THE NORTHERN, TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 3. 1881. nohern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1881. Wm. Elliott Is going to build a resi dence. The weather has been favorable for building operations and the effect is seen in the rapid progress made in erecting the numerous new buildings going up In our village. We would call the attention of the ladles to the advertisement of Mrs. Hamilton and daughter, experienced milliners and dress makers who an nounce the opening of their rooms Oct 1st. The Chippewa County News says Wednesday evening of last week there were at that port altogether some 30 vessels waiting to be locked through, and although they were all passed through by morning, it showed the great neeu oi mo new canai. Wednesday morning the yacht Peachie left this port in charge of Messrs. Hodcre and Herrington with a cargo of Cheboy gan gentlemen forA cruise of several days. Among the party were, J. W. McDonald, president of the village, W. S, Humphrey, Dr. T. A. Ferrin, Barney Mullen, Ivo...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 September 1881

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 3, 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1881. aThe Unexpected li CSarile'rt' Life. From Chicago Tatei-Ocean. Colonel Rockwell is quoted as saying that General Garfield once remarked that the unexpected things in this life were the things which were occurring to him. There was no squinting toward fatalism in this remark. He was simply putting on record his recognition of what was apparent to all men that there kr. . been in his life a series of surprises. Many men of strong will and well denned pur pose have been impelled or compelled to abandon plans matured through years of consideration for others sprung upon them at a moment's warning, Many men have been carried by circumstances against a current with which they were content to drift. Among the cases of all such men the case of General Garfield is remarkable. The unexpected has been as much the rule in his career as has the expected, and it is not strange that this fact should in this dar...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBTTNE, SEPTEMBER 3. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1831. Ode on the Assassination. A prize offered by a London weelf'y for the best poem on the attempted assasilua'lon of Fesldent Garfield, wai aw "ded to the author of the following: VelL now, O Liberty, thy blushing face. At the fell deed that thri"s a startled world; Wliile fair Columbia weeps In dire disgrace. And bows in sorrow o'er the banner furled. No graceless tyrant falls by vengeance here, 'Neath the wild Justice of the secret knife; Nor red Ambition ends its grim career, And expiates its horrors wl-h Its life. Not here does rash Revenge m'sgulded bura, To free a nation from tiie assassin's dp't; Or roused Despair in anjry madness turn, And terr its freedom from a despot's heait But where blest LUmj so widely reigns. And peace and plenty mark a smiling land: Here tae mad wretch its fa'? white record . stains, And blurs its beauties with a "bloody hand." Here the elect of milMons, and the pri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 September 1881

THE NORTHERN' TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 3. 1881. 8 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1881. Newton, Ellis & Co., shipped fifty bar rels of hemlock extract last Sunday on the Koweenaw which was destined for New York City. Under the ''iron clad" liquor law which goes into effect the loth.inst., the penalty for getting drunk is a fine and imprisonment. Last Week John W. McGinn kept two gangs at work filling in the crib at the entrance of the harbor with stone, work ing night and day. Moloney Brothers have a force at work excavating for their beer cellar. It will be under an extensive ice house which they propose building, and which is to be sixty feet long. More trouble at the salt well. The large driving pulley bursted "Wednesday evening, stopping the work. It is expect ed that another will be in and work com mence again next Monday. The Lansing Republican says: Jessie, only daughter of ex-State Treasurer Collier of Battle Creek, is dangerously ill at Mackinac. Mr. Collier was summo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 September 1881

nnTTim SB n OETIEEl EIB IU VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MIOH., SATURDAY SEPTEMBER, lO 1881. NO lO V The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. OKNTRAIiHOTKL Main St., CHEBOYGAN, MICH. First Class la every respect. C. 31 ILLS, Proprietor. This House is Just finished and is nowly fur nished throughout. Good accommodations for the t ravelin? public. Good rooms and reason ble rates. 19Julyly BULLET LAKE EXCHANGE, Head of of Mullet Lake, opposite Indian and Pigeon Rivers, HERMANN' L. KCEHLER, Propr. First-class accommodations at reasonable rates. Excellent lishintr 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 now Mullet Lake House will bo taken over free of chargo and given ample time before the departure of the uoais. Q II. JIcCLUBE, ARCHITCECT AND BUILDER, Will furnish plans and specifications for pub lic, private and churc...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 September 1881

2 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 10. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. The decrease In the public debt in the last two months since the attempt was made to assassinate the President has amounted to the enormous sum of $24,- 259,244. In the chess contest at Berlin, Mason, of New York, is so far the champion, with three games won. Blackburne, of Lon don, and Zuckentort, of Berlin, won two games. The internal revenue receipts during the year ending June 30 amounted to $135,204,385, A greater sum than has been received from this source in any year since 1871. During the last fiscal year the receipts from customs were $198,159,676 which is the highest amount ever received by the government from this source with the exception of 1871 and 1872. Setii Green says the difference in the size of fishes in various localities is due to a difference in the character of the feeding grounds. He has seen a genuine brook trout that weighed ten pounds. The De Lesseps Panama canal s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. wisr, viii: wokm). The f and for Mrs. Garfield has reached $163,000. A baby weighing thirty-two pounds wan born at Washington. Its father Is an undcrrutuT. Last month was Hie hottest August for ten years, andliad the smallest rain fall for the decade. Pere Hyaciuthe (Father Loyson), the French reformed priest, will visit the United States in the spring. Uncle Sam settled about $14,000,000 of his debts last month, and hardly missed It out of his pile. He is "a bleated old old bond" payer. During tho month of August over $2. 000,000 worth of foreign gold coin was turned into bullion at the United States assay office. Five tons of gold were received at New York last week to pay for grain; and four tons on the way. Europe is a good customer and pays cash. In Central Indiana and Illinois cattle are suffering greatly for want of water. Near Warren, Ohio, sheep are dying by hundreds from the drought. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 September 1881

Northern Tribune. ' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1881. . Marine. The Columbia was In from Colling wood last Monday. Prop. Canada from Collingwood was in at 3 o'clock this morning. The schooner Telegraph arrived yesterday morning and is loading lum ber The Flora was a few hours behind time this trip, not arriving until yester day noon. The stoamer Pearl arrived up Thurs day night and called, as usual, Friday afternoon, bound down. The steam barge It. G. Peters arrij ved last night and is loading lumber from McArthur Smith & Co. The schooner Young America arrived at Duncan City Thursday morning and cleared yesterday for Chicago with lumber. The schooner Duncan City arrived at Duncan Wednesday morning and took on a million lath and cleared Thursday for Chicago. The schooner J. B. Penfleld arrived Monday morning, loaded lumber from D. Culver and cleared for Chicago Wednes day evening. The Keweenaw arrived about noon Sunday in the midst of a heavy shower. Being late on her up trip she did...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 September 1881

Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. Henry Amiot has a scow under way for his spile driver. Thev succeeeded in receiving the sinker and drill at the salt well yester day. S. Le Gault & Son have a new adver tisement in this issue. It will pay to read it. The tug Eva English sprung her shaft yesterday and was hauled out at Auiiot to-day for-repairs. The Pendell towed her down from up the river. The Detroit conference of the M. E church meets at Tort Huron next Wed nesday commencing at 10 a. m. Rev. Mr. Campbell expects to start to-morrow evening on the Keweenaw or Monday on the Nashua to attend. Last Tuesday President Garfield was removed from Washington to Long Branch. He stood the test well, and at latest reports had fully recovered from the effect of the trip and the physicians in charge felt very much encouraged and hoped for marked improvement in a few days. The Northern Belle broke one of her cranks yesterday morning on Mullet lake, but succeeded in reaching the M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 September 1881

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 10.1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. A Paper by It. C. Hitchcock. Passing by the long list of rights due to children as such, in the family, and that other catalogue, sadly neglected and abused, their rights from the state, I pro ceed at once to glance at that which more nearly concerns us professionally their rights in the schoolroom due them from us teachers. A little fellow gets his twenty marbles, his first stock, and in his first pocket. He can no more keep his hands from that pocket, ladies, than you could avoid a peep in your mirror the morning you don your seal-skin cloak or your spring bonnet. Ho! his hand comes in con tract with those little spheres so smooth and beautiful. What kind of one is it, he wonders, red or blue? He must see, and not skilled in the art of pocket-using, out come a half-dozen and upon the iloor they go. His little heart beats like a trip hammer, for he fears their loss. "Bring me those marbles giv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 10. 18ST. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. The Little Kins: ami queen. Mwiarchs whose kingdom no man bounds, No leagues uphold, no conquest spreads, Whose ttiroues are any mossy mounds, Whose crowns are curls on sunny heads! The only sovereigns on the earth Whose sway Is certain to endure: No line of kings of kindliest birth Is of its reigulng half so sure. No fortress built In all the land So strong they can not Btorm It free, No palace made too rich, too grand, For them to roam triumphantly. No tyrant so hard-hearted known Can their diplomacy resist; They can usurp his very throne: He abdicates when he is kissed. No hovel in the world so small. So meanly built, so squalid, bare, They will not go within Its wall. And set their reign of splendor there. No beggar too forlorn and poor To give them all they need to thrive; They frolic in his yard and door, The happiest kings and queens alive. Oh, blessed little kings and queens. The only s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 September 1881

0 8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 10. 18S1. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. An interesting letter from W. W. Strohn can be found on the inside of this issue. The Detroit Evening News says, Mack ins vr hackmen wear diamonds in the summer, and in the winter travel abroad as princes in disguise. Capt. R. II. Mosier, lias a sunflower stalk growing upon his place that has 123 sunflowers on it. That is what you might call a "great big sunflower. Carleton Brothers have leased the lot north of the Grand Central hotel, re cently purchased by Dr. Bowes, and are going to put up a neat building this fall. We are indebted to E. 0. Rose for a copy of his address on "Country Jour nalism" delivered at the recent meeting of the Northwestern Michigan Press As sociation at Cadillac. It is full of good advice which if followed and strictly ad hered to by country papers would be greatly to their benefit. Captain Cameron, of the propeller Northern Queen, reports that in the Georgian bay ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 September 1881

I'M nntra DE n ORTHEEI " TUB TV 1 w u NJJ VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY SEPTEMBER, 17 1881. NO 11 ! 1 ; ' ' ' The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 pir Year, in Advance. w. McUAt'lIIIA'M, GENERAL BLACKSMITH, Has rented the shop formerly ooupld by Chm Hicks, ancl openod a first class Blacksmith Shop, and Is prepared to do a general black smithlnir business. Particular attention paid to lumbermen's work. Shop on th corner of Black River Avenue and Huron Street, Cheboygan, Mich. Msep-tf AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. TniS House Is so situated that It commands tho best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed In town. Milliard room in connection. Tho bar is stocked with the best brands and the largest variety of liquors to bo found la town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east sido of tho bridge. 17July-tf New Saloon and Boarding House. On the Kast Side of the River, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. TIIIS House Is now fitted up to acco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 September 1881

. 2 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1881; Tax fr Hlgbwar Purposes. The Legislature at its session last winter amended the highway law so as to allow townships of this state to raise the highway tax in money and make highway improvements by letting con tracts instead of each man working ont his tax by days work as has been cus tomary. Many hare long had the opinion that the work could be done to a better advantage and much more econom ically by raising the money bv tax and letting contracts than under the system so long in vogue. Section one, of chapter four, act 243, 1881 provides that the qualified electors of any township who do not reside in any Incorporated village, may by a ma jority vote of those voting, determine that the highway tax shall be assessed on a money basis, and paid in money instead of labor. Section two, of said chapter provides that the township boards shall submit the question to the electors at any an nual to...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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