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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. NOVEMBERS. 1881. NV. r i I? Northern Tribune. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5,1881. DELATED. A single buttercup I found. A star uiou my weary way, As Bummer closed her heated round. And ushered In the autumn day. A llttla memory of May, . That slept too late, as I have done, And bo unknownly gone astray, And now stood lonely In the sun. It seemed with anxious look to ask, Are all my bright companions dead? Or hare I slept, forgetting task, Until the lovely May has sped? There waves around me autumn grain; I see the ripened apples shine. I feel the patter of the rain ; I see the grapes that blush with wine. Ah, yes, I slept, I sweetly dreamed Of babbling brook and azure sky, And in my foolish fancy deemed That flowers like me would never die. From such a dream why should I wake Afar and in another zone Wake only tli at the heart may break To find myself alone, alone? And this It is to live too long, To overpass our proper time, And hear, instead of merry song, The bells of ...

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

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 5, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5,1881. No preachiug at the M. E. church to morrow. Mr. J. II. Tuttle, of Uncle Sam's fur niture store, has a new ad. this week. A largo and well conducted dance was held at the town hall Thursday eve ning. Mr. Kriedman, who recently purchas ed the Kurtzman building will oc cupy the same to-day, intending to rent bis old stand. Vm. Erratt and 'Squire Fife spent a few days the fore part of the week in a futile chase after the timid deer. They returned Wednesday bringing in U) deer. The funeral of Leonard Crawford, of Crawford Quarry(iwas held at that place last Monday at 2 p. in., Rev. L. C. Rogers officiating. A large concourse of people attended the services. Our roads and streets havo a strong resemblance to the ones found in Indi ana only the mud isn't quite as blue as there, but then we are not quite as near Guiteau's final destination as that state. Mrs. Matt Kessler suffered a severe in jury Tuesday...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 November 1881

i 1 n w ETH1EI TEH VOL: 7. ( . CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY NOVEMBER, 12 1881. .' NO 19 in The Nonhern Tribune, PUBLISH 2D EVERY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 psr Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION T J II L M I I I I ss. ii n i i U Ml I I 0 I i ... -ii S .y CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. K. E. I. liou rn, Would announce to the ladies who have so kindly patronized her, that she is pro pared with A ErOOD SELECTION OF LATEST SIMS to guarantee satisfaction at very low prices. We art) better prepared than ever to do First C lass Dress and Cloak Making ' Tounar St., opp new depot, CheboyganM lSoctlm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - MICH TI1I8 House is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed in town. Uliard room in connection. The bar is Btocked with the best brands and the largest variety of liquors to be found io town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east side ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 12. 1881 northern Tribune. -T rrr SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 188lJ the: PART IT WITHOUT Pit I NCI. Cel. J oli a Atkeiiaon'is Farewell to Democracy. Col. John Atkinson needs no introduc tion to our citizens. , lie is well known to all as one of the ablest lawyers that has appeared in the Cheboygan Circuit Court. It is also well known that for years he was prominent in politics, be ing one of the most eloquent Btump speakers in the Democratic party. Last week we stated he had written a strong letter bidding farewell to that party and com ing out squarely a Republican. While the letter was directed mainly to the Irish citizens of Detroit it contains much that we would commend Demo crats of all nationalities to consider. Below we give the letter as it appeared In the Detroit Evening News: I desire to address myself to the Irish- American citizens oi Detroit upon tne present political situation. I do so, feel ing that however they may differ with me, they will ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. NOVEMBER 12. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1881. A Few "IIowfc.' How much happier life might be if minds could be trained to forget their past troubles. How hard it is to avoid listening and liking to listen to a scandal about our neighbor. How tame life would be without troub les and difficulties to overcome. How few value or cultivate a good pair of legs or luugs. How the old are forgotten by the young. now unfortunate that so many of the aged should make themselves unattrac tive and even repulsive to the young.' How strong we feel when we have never been sick. How many men and women are there without a weak spot somewhere? How whisky does bring out a man's true nature and show the made-up and artificial side of his moral character. How much better is a "dog's life" than the lives of some men and women? How few new brooms, after all, sweep clean unless there is a clean sweeper be hind them. How sorry some people are for faults which they will...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 12; 1881, iiuilTIIERN TRIBUNE SAILliDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1881. Martu. The Ste. Marie arrived down from the Sault Monday afternoon. The pearl arrived nflast night be tween eleven and twelve o clock. Several craft were at anchor in the straits this morning, waiting lor the blow to clear. The Canadain schooner Louisa ar rived Wednesday morning after timber for Collins Bay. '" The Nashua arrived up Wednesday afternoon and called in bound down Thursday night. - The Champlain arrived Sunday. She loaded wood Monday and left that eve ning for Chicago. The steambarge S. C. Hall was in port this morning, having come in on account of the storm. The Keweenaw arrived up Monday evening. She passed down Tuesday fore noon without calling in. The tug Pendell towed the schooner Mornine Lieht over to the Schneaux Tuesday to load ties for Buffalo. The schooner Rising Star arrived Saturday and cleared Tuesday with lum ber from the Cheboygan Lumber Co. for Chicago. The propell...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 November 1881

THE NQ-RTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 12, 1881. IS NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1881. One week from next Thursday a good many turkeys will stop gobbling. The Shakespeare club will meet with Mrs. A. J. Paddock next Monday ve iling. The vicinity of the railroad depot Is about as lively a place as one can find anywhere. Governor Jerome has Issued a procla mation appointing Thursday, 24th lust., as a day of thanksgiving. It Is refreshing to see how happy Democratic editors are over Col. John Atkinson leaving their party. Charlie Nuite Is getting along finely with his lumber camps and expects to do quite a business this winter. - Geo. E. Frost has been making quite an addition to his law library and now has one of the best In this part of .. the county. The Pendell brought down a lighter load of hay yesterday, to McArthur, Smith & Co.'s warehouse,- from Peter Spooner's farm. The schooner Lookout, with Nelson & Bullen's supplies, left Chicago Mon day afternoon and Tuesday ni...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 November 1881

13 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER' 12, 1881. Nortiiekn Tribune. SATURDAY, NDVEMBER 12, 1881. The United Stales army numbers 21, 000 men. The Inspector General recom mends the recruiting of 1,000 men who shall be placed in schools of instruction. The Minnesota Legislature has antic ipated the action of Congress, and ap portioned the state into Ave Congression al districts, instead of three, as at pres ent. Secretary Blaine declares that the New , York Herald's alleged interview with him, in which he is represented as saying the Cabinet will I e Grant from end to end after January 1, was bogus from top to bottom. President Garfield, when he for the last time entered the Washington Rail way Station, carried a small hand-trunk which he had packed himself. His widow preserves it as he left it, and will not allow it to be unpacked. The officers of the state department state that they have had no correspond ence, nor do they contemplate having any with the English government in reference t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 12, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1881. TWO VISIONM Where close the curving mountains drew To clasp the stream In their embrace, With every outline, curve and hue Reflecting in Its placid face. The plowman stopped his team to watch The train, as swift it thundered by; Some distant elimpse of life to catch lie strains his eager, wistful eye. The morning freshness lies on him, Just wakened from his balmy dreams; The travelers, begrimed and dim. Think longingly of mountain streams. Oh, for the Joyous mountain air, The fresh delightful autumn day Among the hills! The plowman there Must have perpetual holiday ! And he, as all day long he guides , His steady plow, with patient hand. Thinks of the flying train that glides Into some new, enchanted land. Where, day by day, no plodding round Wearies the frame and 'dulls the mind Where life thrills keen to Bight and sound, With plows and furrows left behind. Even so, to each, the untrod ways Of li...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 November 1881

THE NORTHERN ' TR1 BIJNE ! NOVEMBER 12 ; 1 ' - r "1881. NORTHERN TllIBUNE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1881. St. Ignace Is not muddy neither is some other fallow places. Business still remains lively in Che boygan. In fact it is always so. How much better our mail facilities will be as soon as trains run regularly. John Becker has something new to say through his advertisement , this week. , . There have been an unusually large number of stranfers in town during the past week. . ; The M. E. Sabbath school now haye a printed catalogue of all the books in their library. Owing to the bad - conditions of the roads the mail has been considerably de layed this week. Smith & Adam's planing mill is heated by steam, thus diminishing the danger from fire. There is an almost unlimited demand for teacher?, both male and females, at present in this county. On account of the illness of the the pastor there will be no preaching at tho M. E. church to-morrow. Some lady lost a pocket hankerchief Sund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 November 1881

MI Tl IE: 4 s VOL: 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 19 1881. i NO 20 IB The Northern Tribune, ' publhuio vcvkry Saturday by , ' ST??. C'H '.A.' T X3 3L. 33 . Terms: $2 psr; Year, in Advance. DRi M. B. CHAMPION VDENTIST! Teeth Extracted without pain.- OlHoe, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale'a... , , jyRu. k. it uooni, ,, , . , ., ... , : . . , , Would announce to t her. Indies who have bo . kindly patronized hor, that she is pre ' :- . pared with ,: !. . ' A GOOD SELECTION Of. LATEST;. STILES to guarantee eatlsfao ion at very low prices. i.fWa art better prepared than ever to do Firs plass Dress and Cloak Making Young- Bt opp new depot, Cheboygan M AMERICAN HOUSE, t-..; ' FRANK .; OSIER,Proprietor. " ' CHEBOYGAN, . MICH TI1I8 House la so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed in town. . llliard room in connection. The bar Is stocked with the best brands and the Unrest variety of liquors to bo found la town. . Terms, $4.60 per week, o...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 19. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1891; It was a close shave la New Jersey, but the Republicans still have a majority in the Legislature, and will elect a suc cessor to McPherson, the Democrat who now represents that State. . Don Henderson, of the Allegan Jour nal, just home from Yorktown, says there is a mistaken idea ' about the sa lute to the ex-Confederate Fitzhugh Lee. It was given him as : commander of the Virginia militia which , sent U CDmpanies, and paid their . own expen ses. Col. Withington would have been given the same honor had he been there. ' A Leading furniture establishment of Cleveland has been given the contract by the relic bureau to manufacture arti cles from the lumber used in the Gar field catafalque. ' They enter bonds in the sum of $100,000 not to manufacture from lumber other than that used at the -obsequies The articles will be sold for the benefit of the Garfield monument fund. - ' THEforthcoming report of ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 November 1881

THE NOKTHERN TRIBUNE. NOVEMBER' 19. 1881. 3 NOKTHEBN TEIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1881. Advertisement Aiu E'.iitertit iiilnit It end in?. Washington Republican. William Walker, "the grey-eyed man of destiuy," and himself un editor, used tQsay that no man knew how to eujoy a newspaper who did not read the adver tisements. And he was right. Let the reader try the experiment, if he ever has done so, and cast his eye through the advertising columns of the paper he now holds in his hands. Wanted Help. This column opens up the whole domestic play called "ser-vant-galism." It tells, too, of trades people in want of steady men for sales men and bright boys for errands, of tail ors who want' cutters, niauagers who want ballet-girls, and preachers who want old barrels of sermons. Wanted Situations. ' This column tells the tale of poverty, anxiety and distress, as well as of thrift and industry; struggles of the poor but recently brought to want, pathetic pleas for im possible work, and off...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 19, 1881. Northern Tribune. V SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 188L 4 a Marine. . The schooner Louisa , cleared for Kingston, Tuesday with pine timber. The Keweenaw arrived up . Tuesday night and called in Wednesday evening bound down. The steamer Flora arrived up Wednesday forenoon. She did not stop in on her way down. . . .. The steamer Pearl arrived up yes derday morning and called in going down in the evening. The schooner II. M. Scove cleared Tuesday for Chicago with lumber from the Cheboygan Lumber Co. The schooner Three Bells arrived Sunday, loaded lumber from the Che qoygan Lumber Co. and cleared Tuesday for Chicago. The schooner Morning Light when leaving the Schneaux with cedar ran on & rock in the channel and stuck for several hours. These dark nights strongly suggest that we need street lamps and we hope the village council will take some ac tion on the matter soon. The schooner North Cape arrived Monday evening and cleared yesterday or Chicago w...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 November 1881

THENOBTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 19, 1881, 5 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY? NOVEMBER 19, 1881. Boys prepare to sleigh the girls. The first bob-sleighs of the season were on the street to-day. Unrter-Sherlfl Gahln, who has been quite ill, is somewhat better at present. Only seven applicants before the conn ty board of school examiners, in session to-day. , . The Harmony Siogera entertainment last night is pronounced quite too mellifluously. Mr. Rollo, whose illness we noticed last week, is able to sit up and expect to be out next week. We are glad to state that Capt. Bouch ard is slowly on the mend and will probably be out in a few days. Rev. J. B. Russell, of St. Ignace, will occupy the pulpit at the M. E. church to morrow. Rer. W.M.Campbell is much better ihis week and will soon be able to be out again. The mail carrier surprised everybody Thursday by arriving here with the mail between four and five o'clock. Only tw Inmates at the jail now. This ii good proof of the law and order senti ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 November 1881

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 19, 1881. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1881. The Farmer's Hired Man. "I'm kinder lookin' around the market for a hired man," he exclaimed as he stopped at one of the stands and nibbled at an onion. "I kinder need one, but yet I kinder hope I shan't be able to find him." "How's that?" "Wall, there ain't no profit in a hired man no more. No, sir, he's no good any longer." "What's the reason?" "Oh a dozen reasons. First and fore most, times have changed, and the hired man has changed with 'em. Ah! sir, it makes me sad when I think of the hired men we had before the war great big fellers with the strength of an ox and the vim of a locomotive. I didn't have to hollar my lungs out to git one of 'em out of bed at 3 o'clock in the morning, and it was all I could do to coax 'em to go to bed at 10-o'clock night. I'm afraid that we shan't never see no more hired men wuth keepin' around for their bread." "That's sad." "It's sad, and more, too. Now, a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 19, 1881. Nobthern Tribune. SATURDAl NOVEMBER 19, 1881. Anna Bailey, the Ilerolue of (Jroton Height. Ever so many nears ago, when I was a little girl, Miss Hempstead kept a private school in the old family house in New London, Connecticut. The house still stands and Is so old that strangers some times make pilgrimages there to see it. The upper windows, half covered with clinging Tines, belong to what long ago was the school-room. There we children sat at our desks and learned our lessons, and sometimes behind the lifted desk lids, read fairy-books. A great heavy beam ran through the middle of the ceiling overhead, which with its cross beams supported me garret noor, ana we used to like to look up queer shapes and figures in where the yellow wash had from the hard aarK wood. My desk was by a window, and near me sat the Colt girl and Fanny Howard. There were eighteen or twenty of us in all, and merry times we had. at recess, running around the yard, or,...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 November 1881

1 1 i THTC NOETHTCKN TR1BTTNTC, NOVEMBER 10, 1881. 8 NOETHERN TRIBUNE. This winter is bound to be a lively one Weather lleport for the Week ending for Cheboygan even If the boats don't Thursday Uyeuln Nov 17 1881. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1881. 'We call attention to the notice by Mrs. B. Buckj who will Rive music lessons. ' W. S Smith has the foundation for his new saw mill in and the frame is being got ready. 1 1 ' Our Indian River correspondent gives us an unusually good communication this week. Mr. Clements has let the contract for pUUiug tip a shoe shop on the south side of hfs shoe ' store." . The freeze of yesterday morning rath er interfered with steamboat navigation on Main street canal. !. ' All of our young folks interested In dancing should read the notice by Prof. Sweeten another, place. k It has been suggested that a company be orcrauized to establish a line of steamers on Main street. Mrcilens has finished laying the water malns'on pnMain street and now is lay ing them o...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 November 1881

I I HTItt I I you 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATTTJ3D AY, NOVEMBER, 26 1881. : NO 51 Ioetiein f bote.- I 1 I ;i ! - :s i i ! i .. i i ' i i I . I l ts The Northern Tribune, PUBLISH 51) EVERY SATURDAY BY Terms: , $2 per. Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION fe DENTIST! CJIEKOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Mnln street, opposite Post & Van Arsdalo's. RS. K. I. IIOO Tlf , Would announce to the ludies who have so kindly patronl.od her, that she is pre pared with . . , A GOOD SELECTION 07 LAXEST STYLES to guarantee satlsfao ion at very low prices. , We ar better prepared than ever to do First Class Dress and Cloak Making Young St., opp new depot, Cheboygan f lSoctlm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, : Proprietor. CHkBOYGAN, - MICH TniS House is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed in town. illiard room in connection. 'I ho bar is Btocked with the best brands and the largest variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, $4.60 per week, or f 1 per d...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER .26. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20,-1881. . Fund for the Garfield memorial hos pital at the capitol now amounts to $80, 000. The whole south is said to be greatly interested in the projected Georgia Pa cific railroad, on which track laying be gan yesterday at Atlanta. The Nihilists have issuod another number of their newspaper in St. Peters burg, in which the assassination of President Garfield is condemned in the strongest language, and the article in closed in mourning lines. Folger, Secretary of the Treasury, has issued a circular intended to secure greater safety to passengers on lake and coast steam vessels. Inspectors must see that eyery requirement of equipment be provided, and the rules and regulations of the Board of Super vising In spectors observed. Ohio's asylum for imbeciles, located at Columbus, and one of the finest of the state's public institutions, was destroyed by fire, Friday of last week, entailing a loss upon the c...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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