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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 November 1881

THE NORTHEKN TRIBUNE. NOVEMBER 2G. 1881. Northern. Tribune. O SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 1881. WIUF, WIK WOULD. Secretary Lincolu informs a friend that he expects to retire from the cabinet when hid colltagtu- do Annual report of commissioner of cus oms for fiscal year shown collection of t $200,lC9,y35, at acost of $18,419,412. Arctic relief steamer Rodgers having reached latitude T deg., 44 win, north, reports no land visible northward but in dications of landsouthward and probably not far distant. It is said that four-fifths of the com panics in this country for the manufac ture butterine have gone to the wall, making a total loss of nearly $2,000,000 of capital. The wife of Ed win Booth, the trage lian, died at the residence of J. II. McVicker, her stepfather, 13 west Fifty-third street, New York, Sunday afternoon, 13th inst. Her remains were taken to Chicago for interment, i I The bed of Prairie creek broke through into a mine of Chicago, Wilmington & Vermillion coal company at...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 26. 1881 Northern Tribune SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1881. MQII II BUDS -SHE Marine. The Algomah brought over about 40 passengers this morning. The tug T. M. Bradley went into winter quarters this week. 1 . The steamer Pearl and Saginaw will not come above Alpena any more this season. - - The Northern Belle make her last trip Thursday and is now laid up for the winter. Marine matters begin to grow dull Xo vessels have loaded at this port dur ing the week Capt. Fields took the Valley Queen to Indian River Tuesday and laid her up for the winter. The tug Tendell suspended business yesterday for the season, and has gone into winter quarters. The bear hunters that were out yes terday got in quite late in the evening, A few long shots were secured that was all. ' The steamer Flora arrived up last night between 10 and 11 o'clock and left this morning for Mackinac and St. Ig nace. The Van Raalte got in from her last trip about 1 o'clock Friday morning, At present ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER .26, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2?U881. Are you Rolng to the dancing bcUooI? Buel advertises his shooting gallery for rent. Soon the tax-gatherer will be seen in he land. There will be no preaching at the M. E. church to-morrow. Rev. Campbell is much better. Thurs day he was able to walk out a little. Tote teams are kept busy carrying supplies to the lumber camps for the winter. Dr. Gerow has lately been making some very noticeable improvements to his drug store. The editorial fraternity of St. Ignace are as gushing toward each other as .15-year-old maidens with their first lovers. Crump tho would-be suicidest, is slow ly recovering and it is expected that he will be able to be removed to his home next week. Quite a number of families in town have acted on the suggestion of the Tri bune and killed off some of the worth less canines, v Our milliners and dress makers are kept busy filling orders for the holidays. They keep a stock large a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 November 1881

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 20, 1881 NOETHEKN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1881. now a New Bonnet Mopped an Ava lanche on bele. Col. Fizzletop took his wife out for a drive. He was driving a very high spirited horse, when it occured to Mrs. Fizzletop that she would like to driye that kind of an animal. She remarked: "I have often heard you say, Colonel, that a woman did not know how to drive. Now I want to show yon how badly mis taken you are. Give me the reins." "Not with this buggy," replied Fiz zletop, trembling all over. "I know you can drive splendidly, but wait until to morrow, and I'll borrow an old second hand buggy from a friend for you to prac tice with. I saw where a woman in Galveston smashed up a new buggy, so that it cost him $40 to repair it so that it could be used for kindling wood. Let us keep this buggy to go to our funerals in." So you think I can't drive this horse? "I know you can drive well enough, but before going down the avenue let's drive back and ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 November 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 26, 1881. V Northern Tribune. SAT OR DAI NOVEMBER 26, 1881. Our Triurf on Land and Nea. Io every heart there's a sunny nook, Whether sorrows or joys flow o'er Where leaves from the puces of memory's book Return from the shadowy shore; And the echos vast Of the mighty past Come back to you and ine. 'Though oblivion's Bhore May never restore Our treasures on land and sea. Oh! when shall the sea give up our dead, Who rest with the pearls below? Oh! when shall the ocean abyss dread Let our lost loved ones go? Oh! why should they stay From our hearts away? Deep shrouded in lion id graves; Oh! why should life Succumb to the strife Of the storm and the troubled waves. ' Oh! where are the heroes who scorned to yield? Who marched witli fife and drum. Who perished afar on ttie battle field, We linger to see them come; Oh! why does the grave Restrain the brave? Oh! where do their spiritsroam? Why not come back From war's fiery track? To the waiting hearts at home...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 November 1881

1 8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 2G, 1881. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1881. Most of tho hydrants for the water works have been placed, j The best way for the boys to cut-ter other fellow out is to sleigh the girl. McArthur, Smith & Co's. saw mill shut down for the season last Monday. The furnace for heating the Episcopal church was landed by the Champlain last Sunday. Little petty law suits have occupied the attention of a number of our attor neys this week. Jennie E. Beetnan, Fred S. Girard and Geo. Williams were granted certificates by the county board of school examiners last Saturday. Quite a number of our young men, who appeared to have but one arm, were out sleigh riding with their best girl last Thanksgiving. A new side walk in front of Gerovv's drug store, the Bennett block and John Beckers ii down and adds greatly to the convenience of pedestrians. Carpenters are busy at work on the building for Thurlow Wwd in the Pat terson addition. We understand it is...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 December 1881

0 17 II M EE N OETHEEI TRBB w u VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MIOH., SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 3 1881. NO 22 The Northern Tribune, PUBLISH 'iD EVERY SATURDAY BY Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION a ' -"t nriin ati C V ML W I I I I .w . Ill II I I 1 a)! k&gr1 Mica, Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. RS. E. L. UOO ril, Would announce to the ladies who have so kindly patronized her, that sho Is pro pared with A GOOD SELECTION OF LATEST STYLES to guarantee satisfao Ion at very low prices. W( ar.' better prepared than ever to do First Class Dress and Cloak Making younjr St., opp new depot, CheboyrftnM laoctlm 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. llllard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the largest variety of liquors to be found la town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door ea...

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

0. THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 3. 1881. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1881, Methods of Teaching. From the Lansing Repulican. Under the new school law applicants for teachers' certificates are required to undergo examination in the theory and art of teaching . This fact has awakened much interest on the subject, and many inquiries are being made for books that will assist teachers in preparing them selves for the work. One of the best fiublications on the subject, that we lave seen, is "methods of teaching," by John Swett. published by Harper & Brothers. From this book we have made the following extract, relative to ungraded country schools: 1. The true economy of teaching an ungraded school Is to make the fewest possible number of classes, and to con sider both age and capacity in making your classifications. 2. If your school Is a large one, do not attempt to hear daily recitations in everything, but alternate the studies of more advanced pupils. 3. When they are n...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE,- DECEMBER 3, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER : 3. 1881. Ar or .Siilemel. From the Inter Ocean. No more curioiw uud interesting in vestiffutioa has beeti carried on by the Census Depart-nm than that relating to areas of Bcttlvtneut in this country. This is of more Hum ordinary interest and importance just iu.w, because of rapid changes in the West caused by emigration, and I ecause of the effort be ing made to direct emigration into new channels, The total area of settlement in the United States in 1880 was l,5fJ,570 square miles, this including about ltiO.000 square miles more than half of the land surface of the country. Of this settled area 384,820 square miles have from 2 to 0 inhabitants to the square mile;' 373,81 K) square miles have from to 18 inhabit ants to the mile; 551,300 square miles 18 to 45 inhabitants to the mile; 232,010 square miles from 45 to .1)0 inhabitants to the ;mile, and '21,550 square miles have above IK) inhabitants to the ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 December 1881

4' THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 3. 1881 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1881. Marine. The tug Eva English went Into win tor quarters Wednesday. The tug G. W. Cuyler tied up for the winter, last Wednesday. The schooner E. J. McVea completed her cargo and left Monday evening for Chicago. The steam barge Erin and consorts Fortune and Maggie left Sunday night for Chicago. The Champlain arrived from Chica go yesterday forenoon with a large con signment of freight. The tug J. W. Bennett arrived up the latter part of last week and has been doing quite a successful wrecking bust ness. The Keweenaw arrived up Saturday night and called in going ddwn Sunday night. She landed a large amount freight.' of The schooner Clayton Belle, of De troit, was towed into port Tuesday night by the tug Fendell and will hang up here forfcthe winter. The fishing tugs T. B. Merrill and Llda were in port Wednesday night and Thursday on their way to Grand Haven They left yesterday morning. The Cygnet, in...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 3, 1881. 1 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1881. SaultSte. Marie is threatened with a ber drouth. The Lawrence had on 400 kegs destined for there. The Cmlna "Bom". Indications are that next season Che boygan will enjoy a building boom that will jrreatly exceed that of the year about to close and will have her manu. facturing industries largely increased. Already preparations are being made for several very extensive and important projects and a large number of dwell ings are talked of and in all probability will be built. Among the most Important projects under way and being projected are the saw mill and shingle mill to be built a short distance above town on the straits; two grist mills, a new one by McArthur, Smith & Co, to be run by water power and a large steam mill by other parties. W. S. Smith's saw mill now being erected; an edge-tool manu factory; Sanford Baker's new ware house and rebuilding of dock; a steam feed mill. These have ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 December 1881

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE 'DECEMBER 1 8. 1881'. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1881. WHAT IN WRONG. There is not a sincere servant of God in a pulpit who, looking down on his congregation, has not again and again asked himself why it is ho largely com- fosed of woman. Where are the men? t is all very well to talk of the "devout sex." But men have souls and a future on the other side of death as well as their wives, and, if the truth were known, think of them quite as much. His faith is secretly as real and immi nent a matter to him. Why theu does he not go to church? If it were a fact that the men who do go embodied all the virtue and morality of the commun ity, and the absentees were all godless and wicked, the question would be an swered by the fact. . Many clergymen do answer it in this wuy; and assure us that the man who stays away from church does it either out of vicious in difference to the truth or the fear of hearing it. But the truth is, as we all know, that there is...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, : DECEMBER i (,V 1881:. Northern Tribune. SATURDAl DECEMBER 3,1881. Till! ItOl'ND of mfi:. Two children down by the shining strand, With eyes as blue as the summer Ben, "While the sinking sun fills all the land .With the glow of a golden mystery; Laughing aloud at the sea mew's cry, Gazing with Joy on its snowy breast, Till the first star looks from the evening sky And the amber bars stretch over the west. A soft green dell by the breezy shore, A sailor lad aud a maiden fair; Hand clasped in hand, while the tale of yore Is bourne again on the listening air, . For love is young, though love bo old, And love alone the heart can fill; And the dear old tale that has been told In the days gone by, is spoken still. A trim-built home on a sheltered bay; A wife looking out on the glistening sea; , A prayer for the loved one far away, And prattling imps 'neath the old roof-tree. A lifted latch and a radient face By the open door in the falling night A welcome home and a...

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

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 3, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1881. Clear off your sidewalks. Street lamps are still needed. See notice of Schultz, the costumer. Engage partners for the masquerade. Wood is in active demand and brings good prices. About time for a few couple in town to get matched. Quite a number of our sportsmen were out Sunday trying to hole up bears. Sleighing is about as good as ever and our liverymen are once more happy. Thurlow Weed has opened up his store in Patterson's addition. He delivers all goods free. It is not known at present whether 'Gilmmore Band" will be in attendance for the masquerade or not. St. Ignace has underwent a marked improvement during the past month a new cow-shed was erected. Prof. Sweet gave his first dancing les son Thursday evening. He intends to . give 15 lessons during this term. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Osier was brightened last week by the advent of a girl. Weight 10 pounds. We feel safe in predicting t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 December 1881

loMffif'Tiii TV1 U VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 10 1881. NO 2! The Northern Tribune, PUBLISH HI) EVERY SATURDAY BY W ."OHAITDLEII. Terms: 1 $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! eiml 2 CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. JKS. E. I, IIOO I II, Would announce to the ladles who have so kindly patronized her, that she Is pre pared with A 600. ELECTION OF LATEST SITUS to guarantee satlsfao'lon at very low prices. W ar.i better prepared than ever to do First Class Dress and Cloak Making Young St. i opp new depot, ChoboyganM lSoctlra AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIEIl, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - MICH Til 18 House Is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain od In town, illiard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the largest variety of liquors to be found Id town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east side of the brid njiry-ir New Saloo...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 December 1881

I) I THE -NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 10: 1881. M t NORTHERN TRIBUNE. 2sT . El "7 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1881. ,' . Tuk electric light has been found $6,000 a year cheaper than gas in the Philadelphia postofflce. In 1830 the amount of money invested in cotton manufactures in this country was less than $10,000,000. It now ex ceeds $225,000,000. Secretary Lincoln earnestly endorses Gen. Sherman's recommendation that the United States army be increased to a total of 30,000. For the year ending October 31, 1881 the excess of exports of merchandise amounted to $217,887,358; excess of im ports of coin and bullion, $69,931,138. Rumored that the British minister will call the attention of the United States government to the violent utter ances of certain Irish organs in this country. Over the spot where . Garfield stood when shot by Guiteau, in the Baltimore and Potomac depot at Washington, a marble tablet has been placed as a memorial of the dire event. As Riddlebereger has a majority of Re...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBEE 10,1881. NOKTHERN TEIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1881. . OvcrStmly in NcliuoU. The Toronto Globe has lately inter viewed Dr. Aikeus, a leading practicing physician of tkat city, upon the effects of overstudy in tUo public schools. Fol lowing aro extracts from its report of the conversation: "What are the effects of overstudy as it exists in our nchoolsr-" "In the case of girls it leads, combined with lack of physical exercise, to hyster ia among other things, and unxits them in after life for their duties as wives and mothers. -In both : sexes it hometiuies produces paleness, emaciation, and nerv ous debility. The heart is reiiderud un usually sensitive, and so is the nervous system generally, The nervous exhaus tion leads in after life to lack of self control in-many respects, atid drunken ness and other evil habits follow." "Do you mean to say that drunkenness can be traced to overstudy among chil dren?" "I do. Even though they pursue their studies ...

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

4 the Northern tribune, December 10. issi. NOETHERN TEIBTJNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1881. Marine. The tug W. B. Minter, from Black river, north shore, came over Tuesday and remained until Thursday forenoon The Algomah made -a trip to Detour Wednesday and got pretty well shook up by the heavy sea, having two of her gangways washed In. The tug J. W. Bennett came over Monday, and Tuesday returned to Mack inac and St. Igaace taking a number of passengers over. She came over again Wednesday evening and Thursday went and down brought up the Pendell. The tug Myatic was down from the Sault Sunday, bringing some of the canal officials down, and looking after Siult freight. While entering a slip at -St. Ignace Sunday afternoon she run Aground and it took three or four hours .to work her off . Do you ltecvfftiiz tlie Picture. The following extract we take from the address of E. 0. Rose, the retiring President of the association, delivered at the third annual meeting of the North "western Mich...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER -10. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1881. Tax receipts for sale at this office. Prof. Sweet will resume his dancing school again next Thursday evening. An unusual number of drummers have visited our village during the week. Most of them came by stage from Petos key. , The Shakespeare club will meet at Mrs. A. J. Paddock's next Monday eve ning. The usual work of the evening will be suspended and the excerciseg will consist of miscellaneous reading of selected passages. Three men arrived in town last night and appealed for charity, claiming to be suffererers from the burnt district, having walked a , large part of the way and were looking . for work. They were hospitably provided for by some of our benevolent citizens; their benevo lence cannot be too strongly commend ed, still it sems as though men that were willing to work would not be com pelled to look so far for ' employment now-a-days. Why the gifted genius who wields the editorial ...

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

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 10, 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1881. Respectable visitors should be receiv ed and treated with the utmost courtesy. But if a tiresome fellow after wearying all his friends, grows at last weary of himself, and aims to bestow his tedious ness upon you, pull out your watch with restlessness, talk about yo'Ur great oc cupation and the value of time. Polite ness is one thing; to be made a conveni ence of is another. When you call on a man, staying at a hotel, with whom you are not personal ly acquainted, the most convenient method of presenting yourseit is this: Call one of the servants, place your card ia his hand, desiring him to give It to the person whom you wisn to see, and to let him know that you are there. The servant will return, accompanied by the object of your visit, and will point out to him the person wnose card he has re ceived. In leaving a card for a stranger, do not forget to add your address; and do not omit it, if y...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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