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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 September 1881

THE NORTHERN" TRIBUNE, SEFTEMBEE 17, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1881. yviim:, viik voni.i. There are 7,000 gpe ies cf fish known to scientists. United States 4 per cent bond9 are selling in England at MM- Emigrants to the number of 1,310,425 have arrived in New York since Jan. 1. English financiers are alarmed over the threatened and formidable bullion drain to America. There are said to be 30,000 out of the 40,000 townships of France open to Pro testant preaching. During this century more than 100, 000 Jews have been converted to Chris tianity and baptized. Gold in small quantities has been dis covered in the gravel and sand beds about Streator, 111. ' In Hayti the white race is a prescribed one. "White men cannot become citi zens or hold property except through a negro trustee. Last season the United States shipped 1,348,800 barrels of apples to England. This year the English crop is better than ours. During the year 1879 the total value of the fish caught in ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 17. 1881. northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1881. Marine The Nashua was in on time Monday, and called in going down in the evening. The Lake Erie of the Colllngwood line was in Monday evening going west. The bark Parana cleared from Dun can City Tuesday evening with lumber for Chicago. The Keweenaw arrived up Sunday morning and called in bound down in the evening. The Saginaw was in on time Tues day morning and called bound down In the afternoon. The schooner Olga arrived Thursday and is loading lumber from the Cheboy gan Lumber Co. and will leave to-day for Chicago. The schooner L. M. Mason arrived Wednesday afternoon and cleared yester day for Chicago with a cargo of ties and telegraph poles. The steamer Pearl arrived up Thurs day evening between eight and nine o'clock and was in bound down yester day afternoon. The schooner A. P. Nichols arrived "Wednesday forenoon, loaded lumber from J. II. Waterman and cleared last eyen ing for Chicago. T...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 17. 1881. 5 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1881. North Khore Item. We are Indebted to Capt. Bouchard, of the Van Raalte for the following items of interest from the north shore. The storm of last Saturday evening drove Capt. L. B. Coates steam spile driver ashore. Damage not known. The same gale put a little black sloop ashore at Point Au Barbe, leaving her high and dry. AU along the route of the Van , Raalte the gale played havoc with the pound nets of the fishermen, some hav ing only five pound stakes left standing and some losing heavily in twine. Friday evening of last week the tug Hancock pulled Newton Brother's schooner Frances Adali off of the beach where she had lain since the heavy gale of Oct. 8th, 1880. She was towed along side of Chamber Brother's dock at Nau- binway where she was left, but Satur day's gale swamped and capsized her, and it is thought she is a total loss. The crew escaped without loss of life. The reported loss o...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 September 1881

G THT5 NORTHERN TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 17. 18811 N0ETH3RN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1881. The Amended Liquor Lhw. From Detroit Post and Tribune. The liquor law enacted at the last session of the legislature, now that DO day have elapsed since the adjournment of that body, is in full force. The 1st section of the act provides that it shall be unlawful for any person ex cept druggists to sell, furnish to, or give any spirituous malt, brewed, fermented, or viuous liquora, or any beverage, liquor, or liquid containing any spirit uous, malt, brewed, fermemented, or vinous liquors, without lirst having ex ecuted and delivered a sufficient bond to the county treasurer, Section 2 makes it unlawful to sell, furnish to, or give any (such liquors) to any minor, to any intoxicated person, or to any person whose husband, wife, parent, child, guardian, or employer shall forbid such selling, furnishing, or giving. The fact of selling, giving or furnishing any of said liquors to any minor, or to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 September 1881

THE NORTHERN V TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 17. .1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1881. MAirciTCA'x n vddi.sk iiov. BY HOWARD M. FULLER. Cutting etoainnljlps on the chair, Cutting off the dolly's hair, Cutting paper on the stair, Cutting capers everywhere, That's Willie. Making doggies" on the wall, Making mud pies in the hall, Making "honte lines" of my shawl, Making trouble for us all, That's Willie. Hammering upon the floor, Shouting till his throat is sore, Making all youth's batteries roar, All of this and even more, That's Willie. Soiling all his finest clothes. Stubbing out his "French kid" toes, Dirty cheeks and dirty nose, Canng little how he goes, That's Willie. Ah! my heart Is sore and sad, Thinking of my naughty lad, Other mammas never had, Never had a boy so bad As Willie. But when cuddled down to sleep, And his arms around me creep. Asking (iod his soul to keep, Then in tender love I weep, Then I know I hold too cheap, My precious Willie. FAITH IX PAPER MONEY, BY ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 September 1881

1 8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 17, 1881. 77 Noethem Tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1881. Mr. Hess has had his men employed this week in laying water mains on Huron 6treet. It is the opinion of railroad men that there will be a locomotive reach Cheboy gan inside of three weeks. The Champlaiu brought the safe that was burglarize at Harbor Springs last week and it was shipped to Detroit to be repaired. Robert Coner says he is not able to fill all the orders he receives for picture backing and has refused orders amount ing to 1,000,000 feet within the past few weeks. The grading on the railroad between this place and Mackinac City is all com pleted with the exception of a couple of cuts which it is expected will be finished next week. Charles Brannack is making arrange ments to rebuild his dock, south of the Donnelly dock, and is going to have the front dredged so as to admit of large craft getting to the dock. We understand there is to be a new millinery establishment opened at t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 September 1881

EE W0BTI1EI msm. 70L. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY SEPTEMBER, 24 1881. NO 12 The Northern Tribune, publish ttvaiw satucpay by Term3: $2 psr Year, in Advance. G EXE HAL BLACKSMITH, Has rontotl the shop formerly oncupid by Clns. Hicks, nni opened a llrt class mack-smith Shop, and is prepared to da a g-onorul black smithing business. Particular attention paid tojroodhoMoshoolnjrand lumbermen's work. 4 Shop on the corner of Dluck Hiver Avenue and Huron Street, Cheboygan, Mich. 17sep-tf AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK- OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. TI1I3 House Is so situated that It commands the best view of the Ifurbor to bo obtain ed In town. Milliard room in connection. The bar is stocked with tho best brands and the largest variety of liquors to bo found la town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or $1 per day. First door east side of tho bridge. 17july-tf New Saloon and Boarding House. On the East Side of tho River, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. THIS House Is now fitted up to accommo date and make a pleasant h...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 September 1881

3: THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 24. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1881. Ex-President Haves has been elected Highway Commissioner of Fremont, Ohio. The Auditor of Virginia reports that there are 187,196 white and 114,193 col ored voters in that State, a total of 301, 389. The total vote for President a year ago was 217,615. As recently as 1850 only about 9,000,- 000 acres of land in this country were devoted to wheat culture. By 1876 the acreage had increased to about 30,000,- 000, and in 1880 to about 38,000,000. Sergeant Mason is the only one of six Virginian brothers, who went into the union army, the five others serving with the rebels. He says he is not sorry he shot at Ouiteau, but regrets that he failed to kill him. A Toronto wife was shot by her hus band, and the doctors told her that she probably would not recover; but she re fused to make any statement unless they would declare that she would die beyond a shadow of doubt. "If this hurt Is going to kill ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 24, 1881. 3 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1881. TATimTm"nT rrVnTDTTATT? HI Aar head and voice, easv breathlner. lUlilXm.U XlUJUlll-. 8weet; breath. Derfect smell, taste and Hearing, no cougn, no distress, inese iir a renditions hroncht about In catar rah by the use of Sanford's Radical Cure. Complete treatment for $1. Aug. Imortant to Travelers. Special inducements are offer you by me iiuriingiou nouie. u win pay yuu to read their advertisement to be found elsewhere in this issue. Iap40w CLOTHING! CLOTHING ! WlffK, WIDE H'OItLI. The New Store now occupied by O The Chinese assert that they discover ed the art of printing 50 B. C. Baron Hirsch, a millionaire Hebrew, has given $20,000 to enable Jews in Roumania to emigrate to the United States. The steamship Elbe has made the fastest trip on record, from. Southamp ton to New York in 7 d;iyd, 23 hours and 7 minutes. By law, marriages in England must take place before noon. The Archbishop Is the only one who can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBTC'R 24. 1831. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1881. MaTlire. The propeller Can ada was in Wednes day bound from Collingwood to Chica go. The Champlaln arrived Sunday and cleared Monday evening with lumber for Chicago. Tha Lake Erie called Wednesday morning bound from Collingwood to Chicago. The Saginaw arrived up Monday night and called In Tuesday afternoon bound down. The Flora arrived on time yesterday morning and called in bound kown In the afternoon. ; The Keweenaw was in on time Sun day morning and called on her way flown in ine aiiernoon. . The tug W. S. Carkin arrived early this morning from Manistee, where she safely left the dredge she towed up last The schooner Rising Star arrived Sunday morning and cleared Tuesday with lumber and lath from the Cheboy gan Lumber Co, for Chicago. The steambarge R. G. Peters cleared Monday evening for Chicago with lum ber for'McArthur Smith & Co. She took the.schooner Lady DufTerin in tow. The Nort...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 24. 1881, 5 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1881. Crop Report for September. We are in receipt of a circular prepar ed by the Secretary of State, as required by an act of the late legislature. It is compiled from returns of the supervisors made last spring and from correspon dents representing (524 townships in the state. The average yield of wheat per acre, as shown by the roturns, is 10 and 15-hundredths bushels, or about one bushel more than the yield as estimated by the supervisors, July 2. The number of acres in wheat in May, 1881, as report- 'ed by the supervisors, was 1,781,805. Multiplying this acreage by the above average obtains, as theprobable aggro gate product, 18,085,929 bushels. The yield of oats per acre is reported at 31 bushels, indicating a total yield of 15, 045,386 bushels. In the estimate Che boygan county is down for 422 acres of wheat, averaging 19 bushels to the acre, aggregating a total of 8,018 bushels, this being ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 September 1881

(V THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 24. 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1881. The Governor Appenl. Portions of four couuties of this state lying principally between Saginaw Bay and Lake Huron have been devastated by forest fires. A drought, almost un precedented in this section of the country, had prepared the way for this calamity, and houses, barns, fences, crops, cattle, agricultural implements, household furniture, clothing and human lives have been destroyed by its ravages. In some townships the destruction is complete, and only a picture of ruin is left. It is known that more than 200 lives have been lost by burning and suffo cation. Many individuals have become helpless through injuries and exposure, and some are blind. The number of men, women and children left without shelter is estimated at 15,000. The benevolence of the citizens of this state responded promptly to the first necessities of these afflicted people, but ample time has now elapsed and suffi cient...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE; SEPTEMBER 24. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1881. mother's Boy Yes, I know there are stains on my carpet, The traces of small muddy boots; And I see your fair tapestry glowing;, All spotless with blossoms and fruit And I know that my walls are disfigured With prints of small fingers and hands; And that your own household most truly In immaculate purity stands. - And I know that my parlor is littered With many old treasures and toys: While your own is is in daintiest order", Unharmed bv the presence of boys! And I know that my room is invaded Quite boldly all hours of the day; While you sit in yous unmolested And dream the soft quiet away! Yes, I know there are four little bedsides Where I must stand watchful each night; While you go out in your carriage, And flash in your dresses bo bright Now, I think I'm a neat little woman; I like my house orderly, too: And I'm fond of all dainty belongings; Yet would not change places with you. No! keep yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 September 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 24. ISS'l. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1881. ThoU. S. revenue cutter Andy John Bon spent last night in our harbor. C. L. Smyth & Co. invites you through their advertisement to call and examine their large stock of furniture. The Cheboygan Lumber company has received a new set of head blocks for their mill, from the Steams' Manufac turing company, of Erie, Pa. Capt. Kirtland received a telegram from Milwaukee stating that another steam pump to be used on the Jessie Linn left that'city this morning on the Champlain. Smith & Adams have the new post cfllce for St. lgnace, about ready for the painters. It is much after the style of the Cheboygan ofllce. but has been im proved in some respects. The Mullet Lake House seems to be the favorito rendezvous for duck hunt ers at present. L. S. Russell, the accom modating clerk, can be depended on to make it pleasant and enjoyable for all. Messrs. Quast & Schley who recently purchased the C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 October 1881

TV TlIBME. IE a 0RTHE1S VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY OCTOBER, 1 1881. NO 13 . The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 p3r Year, in Advance. w. Me HA I'll U A, GENERAL BLACKSMITH, Has rented the shop formerly oeupld by Clns. Hicks, ami opened a flrst class Blacksmith Shop, andis p -epured to do a general black smithing business. Partlou'ar attention paid togood horsostiocingand lumbermen's work. I Shop on the corner of Black Hlver Avenuo and Huron Street, Cheboygan, Mich. 17sep-tf AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OS I Ell, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. Til 1 3 House is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed in town. Milliard room in connection. The bar Is stocked with the best brands and the largest variety of liquors to bo found la town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east side of the bridge 17Ju'v-tf New Saloon and Boarding House. On the East Side of the Jliver, CUE BO YO AN, - MICH. THIS House is now fitted up to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 October 1881

0 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 1, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1,1881. Cincinnati has already started a one dollar subscriDtion for the DurDose of raising funds to place a first-class bronze statue of the late President upon the esplanade on Fifth street in that city. There was a touch of the sentimental In the selection of the President's pall bearers by Mrs. Garfield. They are ob scure men, all of them. One is a Treas ury clerk, and another keeDS a cigar store at Washington, a third is a clerk in the Pension Office, and a fourth is a grocery merchant of small capital; but they were associated with the late Pres ldent in the temporal and spiriiual af- fairs;of the little Disciple Church that he attended. They were not to be the pall-bearers of the President, but the pall-bearers of Brother Garfield. There having been so much talk about President Arthur's birthplace the New York Sun sent a reporter to Fair field Township, Franklin County, Ver mont. to investigate. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 October 1881

3 Northern Tribune. LAW AND REAL ESTATE OFFICE o FRAZER & BROWN. CLOTHING! CLOT Q W.WEBgDQ I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1881. THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. ' OCTOBER 1, 1881. ... lie Held Him U host A Itiiby. At the memorial meeting at Cleveland. Dr. J. P. Robinson, the oldest friend of the late President, who gave him money to pay hid scliuol bills when a boy, made a very allnctlng sjum cii. Among other things he said: Some forty-nine years ago, when that man was at his motiu'i's bosom, I held him in my arm?. Appal use. I never lost sight of him fully, but 1 lost him for a season and a time. I found him by and by a large, over grown boy. I found him in Hiram, with my friend Mr. Rhodes and others. He was then working at a trade and go ing to school both, lie had an old mother blessed bo God, I can speak of that mother who was early left a widow, with him and three others. But she trusted in Israel's God. She said that He was the God of the widow and the Father of the fatherless; and she taugh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 October 1881

Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1881. Marine. The Nashua was on time Monday and called bound down In the evening, The Saginaw arrived up early Tues day and was in bound down in the after noon. The bark Parana loaded lumber at Duncan City and cleared Wednesday for Chicago. , , The tug CM. Glfford was hauled out at Amiots this week and received a new wheel. The tug W. S. Carkin has been re painted and comes out in a much im proved appearance. The Keweenaw arrived up early Sunday morning and called in the after Doon bound down. The tug T. M. Bradley spent some time on the ways at Amiot's ship yard, this week, receiving repairs. ' ' ... . The steamer Pearl arrived up Thurs day evening and left at one o'clock yester day afternoon on her way down. The schooner W. B. Ogden loaded lum ber from J. II. Waterman this week and cleared Thursday evening for Chicago. The schooner Ida Keith arrived Tuesday and has been taking on a cargo of lumber from J. II. Waterman and will leave this even...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 1. 1881. 5 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBEK 1, 1881. The LnaC of Eurtli. Last Monday all that remained of the lamented Garfield was placed to rest in the beautiful Lake View cemetery at Cleveland, Ohio. It is estimated that 230,000 people were in attfndanca in that city. The pavilion and catafalque, erected in Memorial Park, where the re mains lay in state was a work of ex quisite conception and marvelous beau ty, probably, the finest ever erected on this continent. Nor was it in Cleveland alone that respect was paid to the mem ory of our departed President, the whole world joined in honoring the memory of the great and good Garfield, from Queen Victoria on the throne to the humblest laborer in the British realm, all joined in expressing their sympathy for our mourning nation and paying tribute to the deceased. Memorial services were held in all portions of the civilized v world and it is claimed, from careful estimates, that 300,000,000 of people un...

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

G THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. OCTOBER- 1 , 1881. NOETHEItN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1881. President Arthur' Inaugural. "For the fourth time in the history of the repulic its Chief Magistrate has been removed by death. All hearts are filled witli grief and horror at the hideous crime which has darkened our land, and the memory of the murdered President, his protracted sufferings, his unyielding fortitude, the example and achievements of his life, and the pathos of his death, forever illumine the pages of our his tory. "For the fourth time the officer elected by the people, and ordained by the Con stitution to fill the vacancy so created, is called to assume the executive chair. The wisdom of our fathers, forsseing even the most dire possibilities, made sure that the government should never be imperiled because of the uncertainty of human life. Men may die,, but the fabrics of our free institutions remain unshaken. No higher or more assuring proof could exist of the strength and preman...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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