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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 1, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY OCTO BER 1,1881. Tlie People Lore for rfleld. S. II. Taylor handed us a copy of the Alderly, Eng., Advertiser from which we take the following address, showing the impression made upon a foreigner, during an extended trip through this country, by the manifestations of love by the people for their - suffering Presi dent. The following brief address was given on the above subject by tho Itev. Stuart J. lleid. who has just returned from a visit to America, in the Fulshaw Con gregational School, on Wednesday eve ning: "Sixteen years ago last April, when President Lincoln fell a victim to the bullet of an assassin, a great crowd was surging round the Stock Exchange in Wall-street, New York, full of fierce indignation, not only against the mis creant who had fired the fatal shot, but also against the conductors of one of the public journals of the city, who had dar ed to write at that moment some bitter word3 about the murd...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 1. 1881. Northern tribune. Weather Urport far f lie "Week ending Thurtaay Krenliiff Kept, 29 1881. ST ATEMEITT Showing Population for 1880, No. of Acres of Land Assessed in 1881, Aggregate of Heal a sessed in 1881, A ggregate of Jieal and Personal Estate as Equalized by Hoards of Supervisors , deducted by State Hoard of Equalization, Aggregate of Heal and Personal Estate as E of Land Assessed in 1881, Aqgreqate of Heal and Personal Estate as As SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1881. -2 D 9 S 'qualized by State Board of Capt Bouchard advertises for 200 men in to-day's paper. Snow birds put in their first appear ance here Thursday morning. Wm. Hess has adorned his boiler shop with a coat of mineral paint greatly im proving its appearance. Last week they commenced laying the iron on the railroad between this vil lage and Mackinac City. Newton, Ellis & Co. shipped fifty bar rels of hemlock extract on the Nashua Monday evening which were going to New York City. Miss...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 October 1881

DE a Q1IIIEI VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY OCTOBER, 8 1881. NO 14 The Northern Tribune, PUBLIWJ KVEKY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. w. UleUACIlltAN, 0 EXE HAL BLA CKSMITH, Has rented thoshop formerly nnoupld by Chis. Hicks, and opened a tirst class Blacksmith Shop, and Is prepared to do a general black smithing business. Particu'ar attention paid toprood horsesiioeinr and lumbermen's work. Shop on the corner of Black Hiver Avenue and Huron Street, Cheboygan, Mich. 17sep-tf AMERICAN HOUSE, r FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. THIS House is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed In town. Millard room In connection. The bar Is stocked with the best brands and tho largest variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east side of the bridge 17Ju'y-lf New Saloon and Boarding House. On the East Side of the River, CHEBOYGAN, - M1C1L fTUIIS House Is now fitted up to accommo X date and m...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 October 1881

Northern Tribune.- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1881.; The total amount of United States paper 'currency outstanding Oct. 1st was $3G2,531,4U3, and of national bank notes $337,770,490, to which last amount may be added $980,430 in notes of the national gold banks. , Judge David Davis is of the opinion that President Arthur will cause his critics a good deal of chagrin before he is long in office, and that the men who hare talked so roughly about him will be very much ashamed. The number of business failures re ported in this country during the first nine months of the present year is 3, 890 against 3,476 for the corresponding time in 1880. The liabilities were $51, 000,000, against $45.000,000. The following is statement of the re ceipts and disbursements at the state treasurer's office for he year ending Sep tember 30, 1881: Balance on hand Sep tember 30, 1880, $1,578,643.01; receipts for the year, $2,607,288 07;' total, $4,185, 931.08; disbursements, $2,392,569.01; bal ance on hand Septem...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 October 1881

THE NOETHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 8, 1881. 3 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 181. wim:, wail: wokm- Ex-Pre.sident Hayt-s will make $15,000 this year, from his Northern Pacific wheat fields in Dakota. The 13 trees which Alexander Ham ilton planted in a circle on his grounds at New York, in honor of the Union, are still standing. Lincoln was shot on the anniversary of the fall of Fort Sumter, and Garfield died on tho anniversary of the battle of Chickamauga. Gold memorial medals will be struck at the United States Mint, Philadelphia, bearing the bust of Lincoln on one side, and of Garfield on the other. Benj. II. Brewster, of Philadelphia, and Geo. Bliss, of New York, have been en gaged in behalf of the government as counsel in the Star route prosecutions. The new Inman line steamship City of Rome is 8,000 tons register, and has passenger and crew accommodations for 2,400 persons. She made a successful trial trip on the Clyde Thursday of last week. A London telegram says that tho Q...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 8, 1881. Northern Tribune SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1881. (. Marine. The tug W. S. Carkin left this morn for Saginaw. The schooner Teterson arrived this morning and is loading cedar ties. The Leviathan arrived at Milwau kee last Monday with the Jessie Linn. The schooner Pensaukee arrived this morning and is loading for McArthur, Smith & Co. The Steamer Flora arrived up yester day forenoon and was in bound down in the afternoon. The Nashua arrived up about three a. m. Monday and called bound down in the afternoon. The new railroad ferry boat for the straits, the Algomah,made her trial trip at Detroit this week. The steamer Keweenaw arrived up early Sunday morning and called in the afternoon bound down. The steamer Pearl arrived up on time Thursday evening and called going down yesterday forenoon. The schooner Geo. B. Sloan loaded lumber at Duncan City this week and cleared Wednesday for Chicago. The schooner Wells Burt arrived this forenoon after lumber f...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 October 1881

Northern Tribune. . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1881. The WlteaC Belt. Whatever may have been the claim of other portions of the State in other years as to comprising the wheat belt we think, from the best information that we can get, that this year the northern part of the lower peninsula and the southern part of the upper Is in- titled to that designation as far as the yield per acre is concerned, and that it is only a question of time as to when it will be entitled to it as regards quanti ty. It is fast becoming an acknowl edged fact that this seetion of the state for raising wheat is not excelled by any other portion. Chippewa County at the recent state fair not only carried off the largest number of premiums in grain but also received a diploma and pre mium for the best county exhibit. The exhibits from Chippewa and Mackinac counties were a surprise to all who at tended the State fair and will undoubt edly prove the best advertisement those counties could have had. Cheboygan county, w...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 October 1881

(5 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. OCTOBER S, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1881. KIIIIOUDED IX MY8TEUY. ; Whi It Murder, an Accident or One Keeking Heat from the Tolls and Troubles of Ufe? MifffieMtlve Que tioiiM, without u Definite Answer. Dr. Beach has, in his office at Indian River Village, a human 6kull that wis Tccently found by the crew of the steam er Katie in Indian river, at the bridge, near the mouth. It Is in a very good state of preservation, and in the opinion of medical men, who have examined it, it must have been about two years since life became extinct and decomposition set in. A few hairs still surround the outer rim of the cranium; and reasoning on the basis of the time it takes for hair to entirely disappear from any de composing matter, the time of death can ho partly ascertained. The skull had at some time received a severe blow on the left side, and Dr. Beach expresses as his opinion that the blow was receiv ed during life, and he has a very, clear scien...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 October 1881

THE NORTHERN" TRIBUNE. OCTOBER S.1S81. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY OCTOBER 8,1881. The I'nlooked forUueitl. The darkness of a rainy night had al ready begun to settle over the cottage that stood on a little farm away oil among hills, and on the bank of a swiftly running stream, It was a whole mile to any body's house and far from a pub lic road. The father was absent and the mother was alone with her little family, The oldest was a girl and the next a boy. Then there were three little girls, and then another little boy, but he didn't need any name, but was just called the baby. He was only Ave months old, plump, dimpled, and fair, his head all covered with little curls, and his eves! 0' you should have seen his eyes! Yes, vou should have seen the whole baby. On this gloomy evening (it was after a three days rain, and still raining,) the children gathered about the fire and asked was it almost time to lock the door? Now, locking the door made quite a sensation in this little household...

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

R THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER S, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1881. Look out for a change ia McArthorf Smith & Co's ad. next wpek. Capt. Bouchard wants 2(X) men, any one wanting to get a good job for the winter should give him a call. Mr. Wm. Patterson advertises two small houses and lots for sale, they are pleasantly situated near the depot. Street Commissioner Divine is paying attention to the lower end of Main street trying to make it navigable for teams. It needed it. A heavy real estate trade at the court house last Monday. The sale was en gineered by Deputy County Treasurer Maultby and sales were rapid. Mr. S. H. Girard, contractor for the new Carleton building, fell from the up per scaffolding to the ground last Satur day sustaining pretty severe injuries, making him keep his bed for a couple of days, but he is about again. Some seem to doubt the possibility of trains running regularly to Cheboygan "before the snow tHes" as promised. We f tresume it will...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 October 1881

The Wort TV w u .VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY OCTOBER, 15 1881. , . NO 15 DEMI ...RIB The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED ::VEUY SATURDAY BY W . O XX 1. 3D Xj 12 33, . Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. . AlcEAt'llltA, GENERAL BLACKSMITH, Has rented the shop formerly oecupld by Ch8. Hicks, and openod a first class Blacksmith Shop, and is prepared to do a general black smithln? business. Partlcu'ar attention paid toprood horseshoeing and lumbermen's work. Shop on the corner of Black Kiver 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 Harbor to be obtain ed in town. KUUard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and tho 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. 17Juiy-f , New Saloon and Boarding House. On tho East Side of the River, CIIEBOYOAN, - MICH. fpiIIS Ho...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 October 1881

Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1881. ' Mrs. Garfield has sent the Queen the photograph of Gen. Garfield which her majesty called for. It la now said that Postmaster Gener al James will remain in office only until ' the star route cases are disposed of. ' President Arthur has appointed 0. P, Clarke first deputy commissioner of pensions, and C. B. Walker to bo deputy commissoner of pensions. These ap pointments hare been made to carry out the intentions of President Garfield. Ex-Gov. Hill of Vermont, at the Gar field memorial services at Bennington, stated that he had heard the announce ment of the death of all the deceased Presidents as they occurred, beginning with Washington, and ending with Gar field. 1 Gen. Dan Tyler of Connecticut is the only one living of a regiment of 1,100 men, the first artillery, who welcomed Lafayette to Yorktown in 1824. In 1801, he started out as colonel of the 1st Con necticut volunteers, but was made gen eral of a brigade which he commanded at...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 15, 1881. 3 Northern Tribune. i. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1881. vnr, voum. This yuiir' rice crop in the southern state? will roach irjO.ODO.uio bushels. A Des Moines la., woman died the other day aged 102, leaving a disconsolate widower of 11') summers. The flag of tii reb. 1 jiirutc Alabama is on exhibition in Boston. Its possessor says that ho values it at $10,000. Gov. Tihlen declines to let his name go before the New York democratic conven tion as a candidate for governor. Miss Leonora Horn, of Peru, Neb., has a head of hair sixty-eight inches long. She has refused $500 for the treasure. A low granite obelisk, bearing the names of all who fell in the massacre, has been erected on the Custer battle field. Cox, Stephens and Delaney,!the Arkan sas train robbers, plead guilty, and are sentenced to the penitentiary for seven years each. The Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Denmark have come into an enormous fortune about $15,000,000 by the death of Prince...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 15, 1881. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1881. Marine The propeller T. S. Faxton was in Sunday afternoon. The Lawrence arrived Monday eve ning and left that night for Chicago. The schooner Lottie Wolf cleared Mon day afternoon for Chicago with lumber. The schooner Annie M. Peterson left last evening with ties from P. M. Lath- rop for Toledo. The Pearl was in bound up early yesterday forenoon and was in in the afternoon bound down. -The steamer Saginaw arrived up early Wednesday morning and called in bound down in the afternoon. The schooner Ida Keith arrived at Duncan City Saturday and loaded lum ber this week for Chicago. The Prussia, of the Merchants Line, was in Sunday afternoon, bound down. She did not have any freight. The schr. Ada Medora arrived Satur day loaded lumber from Geo. W. Bell and cleared Tuesday for Chicago. Dodd and Erratt left with the Dread naught last Monday morning for Bay City to close their sale of her with Capt. McGary...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 15. 1881. 5 'A Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1881. Have you got your ajk ready? The question agitating the public minds is: Is it ever going to stop rain ing? Jacob Walton has been drawn as a juror in the U. S. Circuit Court for the November term in Detroit. Mr. Bement, the tuner of pianos goes to Alpena on the Keweenaw and will re turn to Cheboygan to tune pianos for the cold weather. The attention of our lumbermen is called to the advertisement of C. W. Mc Connell, of Berrysville, Otsego cou ty. He has a reputation for doing good work. The supervisors have been in session all this week. This being their annual meeting they have had many matters of Importance before them and numerous accounts to adjust. We understand there was less than a mile of track this morning to be laid to connect the rails on the J. L. & S. rail-;,- road and that the locomotiye will, it is . expected, reach here by nine or ten o'clock to-night. The Ifirm of J. F. 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. — 15 October 1881

0 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE; OCTOBER 15. 1881 NORTHEKN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1881. THE: NEW TEACHF.lt. Ills First Experience' with n Uunff ol OullHUdlsh JIoy. "V. A. Wilkins, editor of the Whitehall, K. Y., Times, relates the following story: In the year 1853 the writer attended the district school at Cohoes. The high de partment did not enjoy a very enviable reputation for being posessed of that re spect due from the pupils to teacher. During the year there had been at least four teachers in that department, the last one remaining one week. The board of education had found it difllcult to ob tain a pedagogue to take charge of the school, until a young man, slender as a May-pole and six feet tall in his stock ings, applied for the place. Ho was en gaged at once, although having been Ereviously informed of the kind of tim er he would be obliged to hew. Prompt lyjat I) o'clock a. m., every scholar was on hand to welcome the man who had said that he would ''conquer the school or fo...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 October 1881

THE NORTHERN. TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 15, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAl OCTOBER 15. 1881. THE FI.KXIIILK FIEXIf. Last summer my wife received a tele gram from her mother (visiting in Bos ton) urging her to meet her in that city on an important family matter. Let no Hie suspect me of intimating that my respected mother-in-law is the "flexible fiend," from my introducing her name so soon after the title of my story; but had it not been for that telegram my ex perience with said fiend would have been mild. Arabella was to start early in the morn ing, and gave me my orders. "Be sure and lock all the doors every night, The ophilns; and whatever you do, don't ag gravate Bridget, for you know what a helpless predicament you would be in, if she should take it Into her head to 'leave.' " I gave the required promises, and next day saw Arabella safely on her way. For a few days all went smoothly. Bridg et was, to use her own description, in the most "illigantest" of humors, and I enjoyed unwonted ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 October 1881

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 15. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1881. C The wet weather has sadly interfered with the farmers getting in their fall seeding. A large safe was lauded at McArthur, Smith & Co's dock this week for F. E. Martin of Indian River Tillage. McArthur, Smith & Co are getting the frame ready for a salt shed at their dock, The building will be 24 by 100 feet. Immense flocks of wild geese passed over the village Thursday night, bound south. They were flying all night and kept up a continual squalk. The government engineers completed their sounding in the harbor this week and left on the Northern Belle, via the inland route Thursday morning. A sailor on the schooner Annie M. Peterson had a tie strike him last Thurs day, badly bruised one of his ankles from which he has suffered considerably since. The firemen at their meeting Thurs day night of last week voted to purchase a bell for sounding Are alarms and call ing their raoetings. The cost...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 October 1881

& S TfflB w u VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY OCTOBER, 22 1881.. NO 10 The Northern Tribune, PUBLHUSD EVERY SATURDAY BY "W C IX 3D Xj X3 . Terms: $2 p9r Year, in Advance. RS. E. L BOO I II, Would announce to the -ladles who havo bo kindly patronized her, that she Is pre pared with ) A GOOD SELECTION OF LATEST 5IYLE5 to guarantee satlsfuo Ion at very low prices. We a better prepared than ever to do First Class Dress and Cloak Making Young St., opp new depot, Cheboygan M. lSoctlm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIEE, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. TI1I8 House is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed In town. Milliard room in connection. The bar Is stocked with the best brands and the largest variety of liquors to be found In town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or fl per day. First door east sido of the brid 17Juiy-tf New Saloon and Boarding House. On trio East Side of the River, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. THIS House Is now fitted up to accommo date and make a pleasant ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 October 1881

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1881. REAL ESTATE OFFICE CHEBOYGAN. MICH. The Hon. Eber W. Cottrell of ' Gfeett fleld has been appointed receiver of pub lic moneys at Detroit. Mr. Cottrell has been an efficient member of the legis lature for two terms and has performed t.htk rintloa tt nihar nnliK nnmtlA.. lit. ...v, uuv.u w viuvt WHUHV yUBlLlUUH Wl LU I V . Intelligence and good judgement. 11 . A NT Tj: Q 10,000 ACRES Choice Hard Wood FARMING 7 si. :,.'v. &Ls gas A correspondent of The Inter Ocean has found the eldest brother of General Garfield living in an obscure way in the woods of Northern Michigan, in Ottawa county. The simplicity and poverty of his life contrast strangely with the events that have taken place with refer ence to his brother within the last year. When business closed at the treasury departmeat Monday afternoon offers of bonds for redemption under the 105th call were in to the amount of $5,608,000. The call was issued the 10th Inst., and the time limit was one week, ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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