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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. OCTOBER 22. 1881. 3 Nokthern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1881. WIDE, WIDE VOIU.!. 'rftew York has giveu $100,0)0 to. the Michigan sufferers, nnl should have credit for her generosity. The ovjUt crop is m t short. A new bed lias been discovered off the Long Island coast, covering at least 100 acres. Ilanlan will row Ross for the cham pionship of the world and $2,000 over the Crevo Coeur course at St. Louis Nov. 15. -: The Garfield monument at Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland, Is to cost $200,000 of which Cleveland proposes to raise $50,000. - ' ."A party of twenty-nine Sioux, Indians from the plains passed through Chicago last week en route to Hampton College, Virginia, where they will be civilized and educated. Marine statistics of the lake ports in the United States give the number of vessels, steam and sail at present on the stocks at between 40 and 50, with a ton nage ranging from 2,000 to 3,000 tons each. .., some cities regulations as to the value of punch...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 22. 1881. NORTHERN .TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1881. in m OF FA IIQI! Marine. Capt. Bouchard reports the Ibuoy at Manltoupayment shoala gone. The Flora arrived up yesterday fore noon and called pcoing down last night. The tug Metamora and barges ar rived Thursday, after timber for King ston. Tne schooner CollLngwood arrived this morning and is loading posts at the elevator. The City of Concord, formerly one of the N. T. steamers, was in port Thurs day morning. The steamer Saginaw arrived up Wednesday forenoon having been delay ed by Mondays blow. The steamer Pearl arrived up Thurs day night andwas in bound down yes terday forenoon. The schooner D.R.Martin arrived this morning and is loading lumber from 0. W. Bell. The schooner Magill arrived yester day afternoon and is loading at the Che boygan Lumber Co's dock. The schooner Geo. Steel arrived yesterday afternoon and is loading for the Cheboygan Lumber Co. The propeller! Lake Erie arrived early Wedn...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 October 1881

f mad, Ever exhibited in Cheboygan. I have been in the city for the last ten days selecting my winter stock, and am convinced that lean guarantee perfect satisfaction, as I have again secured the services of MISS MULKINS to assist in my Fall and Winter work. Do not fail to call and examine, my goods and Drices before pur chasing elsewhere. ATTOO AT TIT DHf A DHn tUL, Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1881. l'omonal. ueorge fax returned home oa the Pearl, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Champion arrived home from Chicago Tuesday evening. J. K. Smith returned home last even ing after a very pleasant trip outside. Bert Lawrence has returned to Che boygan and has accepted the position of clerk at the Grand Central. Mr. S. II. Girard has been confined to the house by a severe attack of pneu monia but is now able to be out again. Miss Jennie Gutette arrived from Chicago Tuesday evening. Hereafter she will assist Mrs. Champion in the millinery business. Mr. A. F. Mills, of Bay M...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 October 1881

0 THR NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 22.- 1881. G NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1881. Foster of Fosterla, governor ol Ohio, was re-elected by a plurality of 24,002 over his Democratic opponent, according to the complete returns from the entire state. Cms. J. Gciteau, being arraigned in the criminal court at Washington and charged with tho murder of James A. Garfield, pleaded "not guilty." Trial set for November 7. Senator Mahoxe has been denounced by General Early, of Virginia, as a coward and a liar. Early wants "goah" but Mahone proposes to get oven with the blood-thirsty warrior some other way. Tiie friends of General Longstreet of Georgia are at Washington in full force, pressing his claims for an appointment in President Arthur's cabinet as the representative of the Interests of tho south. It is thought that some thorough southerner will be sure of gettiug a place in Arthur's cabinet. At the recent electric congress it was the general opinion that the immense force generat...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 October 1881

1 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 22. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY OCTOBER 22, 1881. loxo ac;o. Though for the soul a lovely Heaven awaits m t . i Through years of woe The Paradise with angels In the gate Is long ago. 'Tls the heart's Heaven; thither winging over 1 In silence go Vanishing faces angels dying never In long ago. Tolling thro'h dosort sands to reach to-morrow "With footsteps slow Sweet burled days! immortal gleams ye borrow In long ago. The world Is dark. Beyond our thoughts are yearnings, Our eyes o'erflow; Sweet memories, angels to our tears returning Leave long ago. We climb; child roses to our knees are climbing From valleys low: To call us back sweet birds and brooks are rhyming la long ago. Hands clasped, tears shed, sad songs are sung; the fair The loved ones go. To Paradise through angel gates of air The long ago. GARHELD IVI E,TI OKIES. An Old Student of Prof. Garfield Re call Some for The Xcwi. From the Detroit Evening News. Last Saturday's News contained a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 October 1881

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 22. 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1881. The weatherwise are predicting an open winter. A few Mackinaws for sale below cost, at I. E. De Gowin'a. Capt. Bouchard has places for 200 men Read advertisement elsewhere. The stack for creating a draft in Smith & Adams dry kiln is quite a lofty structure. Ladies will save money by examining II. L. Greenthal & Co's stock of cloaks and dolmans. A little boy noticing the sloppy condi tion of Main street said: "Mamma, see I the road is all puddin." Rapp & Lapres have something new to say in our advertising columns this week about the Cheboygan Clothing House. Merritt Chandler is going to put in a lumber camp on Crooked lake this fall and get out pine logs and cedar during the winter. In the proper place will be found an ad. for Mrs. M. B. Champion. What she has to say will, no doubt, be of interest -to our lady readers. For an overcoat that will fit and wear equal to any best tailor mak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 October 1881

mm ern immm VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY OCTOBER, 29 1881. NO 17 M ATbnrnnn h ' ' Ml N UJULJLAJLJ The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. JJ-KS. K. I. IIOO 1 11, Would announce to the ladles who have so kindly patronized her, that she Is pre pared with A 600! SELECTION OF LATEST SHIES to guarantee satisfaction at very low prices. We ara better prepared than ever to do First Class Dress and Cloak Making Young St., opp new depot, Cheboygan M. 15octlm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. THIS House Is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed In town. 'Millard room in connection. The bar la stocked with the best brands and the largest variety of liquors to be found la town. Terms, $1.60 per week, or $1 per day. First door east side of the brld 17Juiy-lf New Saloon and Boarding House. On the East Side of the River, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. TIIIS House is now fitted up to accommo date and make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 29. 1881. :2 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1881. j Mrs. Garfield promises the world an account of her husband'a life and liter ary jiabors which will be both ample and authentic. Congress will be called upon this winter to dispose of $2,000,000 worth of money held undeT unclaimed money or ders for several years past. Howgate has been indicted for em bezzling nearly $100,000 from the gov ernment. Not appearing in court when called for his, bail bond of $10,000 was forfeited. Gov. Cornell has wielded the vetoistic pen to such good effect that the state tax of New York is this year $0,032,839, 61, or about one and three quarter million Of dollars less than under the proceeding Democratic reigu. . While E. P. Ferry and wife were out horseback riding, near Park City, Utah, Mrs. Ferry's horse fell and rolled over, crushing her so that she died while be ing brought in on a litter. Mr. Ferry is brother of Senator Ferry of this state. Frye and Hale of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 October 1881

THE : NORTHERN' TRIBUNE, i OCTOBER i 29. 1881. Noethern Tribune. Prieig till Dews I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2'.), 1881. -AN --S3 widi: would. Our President wi'ighn 215, and our Vice President 315 pounds. Electric lighting Is in successful oper ation on more than 00 steamers of the Mississippi river and its tributaries. The Rothschilds talk of coming to America to place i lie Hungarian loan of 300,000,000 florins, about $150,000,000 all told. Tho Denver Tribune don't believe a word of it. The idea Mr. Christiancy. aged 72 and weighing 120 pounds, should whip his wife aged 25 and weighed 140, it regards as preposterous. The President an 1 Secretary of the In terior grant permission to the Chicago, Texas & Michigan Central and St. Louis & San Francisco railroad to build lines through the territory of Choctaw the na tion. Any American may gather an idea of the pleasant state of affairs in Ireland when he remembers that the island is not quite so large as the state of Illinois; that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 29. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1881. EMPORIUM 8F FASHION! W. A j Li Bfarlu. 'The Northern Queen was in Wednes day morning bound from Collingwood to Chicago. The schooner Collingwood completed her cargo of posts and left Wednesday for Chicago. The Saginaw did not call in on her up trip this week but was in bound down Tuesday night. The Flora arrived up last night about ten o'clock and called at Duncan to-day bound -down. The steam barge S. C. Hall came in the river Thursday morning but did not stop but a short time. The Keweenaw arrived up early Sunday morning and called in bound down in the afternoon. The schooner C. J. Magill cleared Monday for Chicago with lumber from the Cheboygan Lumber Co. The schooner Geo. Steele left Tues day for Chicago with a cargo of lumber from the Cheboygan Lumber Co. The schooner Frank Crawford ar rived yesterday morning after a cargo of lumber from Mattoon, Ogden & Co. The schooner W. B. Ogden arrive...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, OCTOBER 29. jggk 5 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1881. The plasterers are at work on the Ben nett block. Capt. Bouchard still advertises for more men. Rer. J. B. Russell will occupy the pul pit at the M. E. church to-morrow. The frame of McArthur, Smith & Co s salt shed is up and being enclosed. The corrected time table of the G. R. & I. R. R. appears in to-day's issue. Some one ought to give one more excur sion before navigation closes for the win ter. Thd whistle of the locomotive is get ting to be a familiar sound in our vil lage. Will a skating rink be put up this winter seems to be a pertinent question among some of our young people. Now is the time for you to put in your winters supply of wood and coal, while the roads are compartively good. Considering the terrible condition of ther road the mail carriers from Petos key have been making excellent time. We understand the Episcopal society have purchased a furnace for heating their church...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 October 1881

1 6 THK NORTHERN TRIBUNE. OCTOBER '20. 1881. " i ' ' I : " ' : ' - - 1 I KnifA nf Snip." Northern tribune. SATURDAY, OCTOBEK 29, 1881. HteUlgan Crop lleportfor Month ol October. From the Offloe of the Secretary of State, at Lansing. For thin report returns have been re ceived from 1,002 correspondents, repre senting 074 townships. Six hundred and twenty-nine returns are from 386 town ships in the southern four tiers of counties. The returus were made be tween October 1 and 14. The estimates show that the acreage sown to wheat this fall is but little if any greater than 1880: that the number of acres of potatoes raised was about the same, but that the yield per acre not over two-thirds as much, and that the acreage of clover teed was about one fifth greater, and the yield per acre probably been considerably wheat sowed since October l.the estimate is doubtless too low, and later reports are likely to change the estimates of the yield of clover seed and potatoes. Correspon dents will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 October 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. OCTOBER 29. 1661. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY OCTOBER 29, 1881. Xew Mexico. The following correspondence we take from the Socorro Miner. A number of our citizens are interested in different mines in the Black Range in the imme diate vicinity of the mines mentioned. Grafton, N. M., October 1, 1881. Our camps in the range are once more all activity. Building is progressing rapidly, and our population is receiving dally accessions. One of the numerous late strikes was made in the Buck Eye, in the new shaft commenced but a short time since. Free gold was discovered in the cropping rock in this shaft in considerable quantities. The matrix, in which the mineral is found, is white crystalized quartz. The survey of the new town is com- Kleted, and named Robinson City, in onor of Chief Engineer Robinson, of the A. T. & S. F. R. R. Company. Dr. Dobbins is all activity. Prof. DowJing, the well-known mining opera tor and old timer, is doing some digging. Col. Sturgis, o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 October 1881

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. OCTOBER 29. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1881. W. W. Strohn sold his fine farm on Black river last week to Frank Wild. The shelving of the business room in O. B. Weed's new building is about com pleted. The body of Miss Georgia Harrison one of the unfortunate four drowned near Rogers City recently has been recover ed. Fart of our advertising space is occu pied by Miss Emily Elliott this week who has something of interest to say to our lady readers. The literary society is being well at tended and much interest taken. The society will hold their next meeting Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Frost. A pleasant time was enjoyed by all who attended the social given by the ladies of the M. E. Church at the residence of Mrs. Mulholland," last Wednesday evening. President Arthur appointed ex-Gov. Morgan, of New York, Secretary of the Treasury and the Senate confirmed the appointment, but Governor Morgan de clined to accept. While W. C. Hayes ...

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

mm JEEI Tl VOL.7. CHEBOYGAN, MIOH., SATURDAY NOVEMBER, 5 1881. NO 18 The Northern Tribune, PUBLISH D EVEIIY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 per. Year, in Advance. lyj-Rs. E. I. IIOOTII, Would announce to the ladies who have bo kindly patronized her. that she la pre pared with A GOOD SELECTION OF LATEST STYLES to guarantee satlsfao' Ion at very low prices. . we ara better prepared than ever to do First Class Dress and Cloak Making Young St., opp now depot. Cheboygan M. 15octlm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. Til 18 House Is bo 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 bo found in town. Terms, $1.5(1 per week, or f 1 por day. First door east side of the brid 17Ju'y-lf New Saloon and Boarding House. ' On the Kaot Side of the River, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. THIS House Is now fitted up to accommo date and make a pleasant homo for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 November 1881

1 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 5 , 1881. Northern Tribune SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1881.' HUSH MONEV. The Large Aniaunt I'ald m Ueorgl Wouiau br Governor Murray, From the Salt ake Tribune. Governor Murray tells a laughable story of bis experiences in the' Georgia march to the sea, which is worth repeat ing. "Speaking of the . famous march through Georgia," said the governor, never shall forget the amount of money it cost us to keep an old woman from crying herself to death. Of courso; we were obliged to subsist off the ; country as we went along, ana we naturally took about the best in sight, one day we took posession of a chicken ranch kept by an old lady who stood at the front gate with a broom and threatened to lick all of Sherman s forces if they did not move on. xsowcmcKens were con sidered as officer's meat, and as we were infernally hungry we went for those old hens pretty lively. When she saw that her favorite fowls were being caught and killed sne Keeioti right over and bega...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 November 1881

0 i ) THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. NOVEMBER 5. 1881. I NOETHEEN, TBIBUNE. SATURDAY. NPVKMBER 5. 18S1. Origin of Klunir. New York tar. The tendency of the Americans is and has been for many years toward quaint and expressive "slau?" for the terse ex pression of thought. A few years ago It was popularly supposed that only the lower eJ asses of society indulged in this form of expression, but it seems at pres ent to prevado all grades, and the young lady of Murray Hill will talk of "tips" at Jerome Park in a most nonchalant way, and suggests that you"tuke a tumble" or "give us a rest." with the most in, rain of Gotham's coarser wordings. t , Tracing th)se popular slang phrases to their origin constitutes an interesting study, and often leads the explorer into the deepest depths of literature. Doubt less thousands of persons have heard the expression: VWhat will Mrs. Grundy say?" yet not one in a thousand is aware that it is found in the first act of Mor ton's favorite comedy, "Speed the Plow....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 5 , 1881. NORTHEKN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1881. Marine The Mary has laid up for the winter. The Pendell took a lighter load of wood to Mackinac this morning. The Keweenaw arrived up Sunday afternoon. She did not call in going down. The Saginaw did not call on her up trip, but was in bound down Tuesday evening. The propeller Lake Erie called in Tuesday night bound from Collingwood to Chicago. . f A great many vessels are reported as going into winter quarters at the var ious lake ports. 1 The schooner Belle Brown completed her cargo of ties and telegraph poles and cleared Wednesday evening for Chica go." : ; The schooner Orkney Lass arrived Sunday and cleared to-day for Chica go with a cargo of xredar ports and hem lock bark. It is reported that the wrecking tog Leviathan Is coming to this port to make it her headquarters for the balance of the season. A superstructure has been erected by J. W. McGinn on the pier at the en trance of the harbor, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 5. 1881. 5 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5,1881. The St. Ignace Independent will not appear until next week. Nelson & Bullen have something new to say to our readers In their advertising space. The Mackinac Lumber Co's mill at Black River shut down Monday for the season. Rev. Russell failed to come last Sunday and consequentlyino services were held at the M. E. church. Police business seems to be unusually dull this week; still the officers have been on hand all right. Rev. W. M. Campbell is still very 111 although he is some better than he was the fore part of the week. y The work of finishing the business 'rooms in theBennet block Is beiug push ed and it is expected they will be ready for occupancy In a few weeks. S. WW rig, with a crew of men, has commenced framing the timbers for the frame of Wm. S. Smith's new saw mill. The main building will be 40 by 120 feet. Perry Weed, who Intends opening a drug store in the room on Third street at ...

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

.0 t THE .NORTHERN. .TRIBUNE. NOVEMBER . 5. .1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1881. A Minneapolis man has a name with out a vowel He spells it Krch and pro nnunces it Kirck. Tiie St. Gothard Tunnel, which pierces the Alpine range at Mont St. Gothard, is to be opened for traffic Jan. 1, 1882. Edison lias over 70,000 lamps stacked up at his factory at Menlo Terk, and is turning them out at the rate of 1,000 per day. It looks as if somebody had faith in the Edison lamp. The value of gold consumed by manu factures the last fiscal year was $10,000, 000, more than $3,000,000 being in United States coin. The consumption of silver was equivalent to $3,000,000. The President has positively decided not to make any appointments to office until Congress meets in regular session, except to fill absolute vacancies. Even the commisions which expire this month will be allowed to remain in force until that time. The mere increase in the American area under wheat culture between 1871 and...

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