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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 December 1881

THE NORTHERN . TRIBUNE, DECEMBER ' 10; 1881. -7 I t Northern Tribune. SATURDA1 DECEMBER 10, 1881. WHAT I LIVE FUIt. I live for those who love uie. ' Whose hearts are kind and true; For the heaven that smiles above me And awaits my spirit too. For all human ties that bind me, For the task by God assigned me, For the bright hopes left behind uie, And the good that I can do. I live to learn their story, Who've sutfered foriny sake, To emulate their glory, And follow In their wake; Bards, patriots, martyrs, sages, The noble of all ages, Whose deeds fill history's pages, And times' s great volume make. I live to hold communion With all that is divine; To feel there is a union 'Twixt Nature's heart and mine; To profit by affection, Reap truth from fields of fiction, Grow wiser from conviction And fulfill each grand design. I live to hail that season, By gifted minds foretold, When man shall live by reason, And not alone by gold; When man to man united, The whole world shall be lighted As ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 10, 1881. Northern Tribune. Weather Iteport f or I be Week ending TUurkdAr;i:yeiiliiir Dee, 1.1881. . J". MUTER, 4) s SATURDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1881. s Rev. W. M. Campbell expects to occupy his pulpit to-morrow. We have a full line of blank tax re ceipts for sale at our office. The need f street lamps is comment ed on by all strangers visiting our town. Take time and read the new advertise ment of John Becker which appears to day. The service of praise at the M. E, church last Sunday evening was well attended. Considerable wood has been brought to town during the week, but, the de mand is still active. Mrs. Samuel Tripp, of Burt township, died Tuesday evening. She had suffered from illness all summer. She leaves four children. , The'country school districts keep Com missioner Shepherd pretty busy nowa days trying to supply them with compe tent teachers. Arrangements have been made by the members of the Baptist Sabbath school for having a Christmas tree at...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

nnirra ITDlXT nnTKTT!) T i 1 JULJLJUmiM 8 y VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MIOH., SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 17 1881.-12 PAGES. NO 2;, u ii ii ii il- 1 The Northern Tribune, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY "W . O ZEI .A. ILT DLEB. Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION n r ii t i ATI T ' re A II k N I I II U L II I I 0 I i l- r 1 1 v im vti a v v STVJ3' Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. KS. K. 1 ltOO I'll, Would announce to the ladles who have bo kindly patronized her, that Bhe Is pre pared with A GOOD E LECTION OF LATEST STYLES to guarantee satlsfuo Ion at very low prices. We ar better prepared than ever to do First Class Dress and Cloak Making Young St., opp new depot, Cheboy.-an M lSoctlro AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. OHRBOYGAN, - MICH THIS IIouso is bo situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed in town. Uliard room In connection. The bar Is stocked with the best brands and the largest variety of liqu...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER. 17, 1881. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1881. BUD ROSA. There's' a rose In the top of your letter, sweet heart. . By which little bud, I suppose. You intend to say, iu a delicate way, -That your letter was written me under Uie rose. 'Tls true of half one's life, sweetheart, Of full half our cares and our woes; We laugh and we smile, but all of the while The nad tears are falling, love under the rose. And so It Is true of life's pleasures, sweetheart Stolen pleasures which nobody knows, When some dear form we press in a loving caress, And ripe lips meet ours, darling, under the rose. (Jive men then this bud which is secrecy's sign: To the world may It never unclose. My friends may be few, be they charming as you, And I'll love them, sweet, under the rose. T.tTect upon Europe of tbe Dlacorerjr of America. The voyage of Columbus in 1182 was X-in many respects the greatest event --which had occurred in the world since -the birth of Christ. Poli...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 17. 1881 Northern Tribune, ; Saturday! iecembe1m77i88i. " A VUIoi .f l our Fleixls- "Four fiends met iu the lowest world and resolved that i he people of tho earth were too happy, and Ihey sent forth their four lutluences to the earth, ambitious of mischief. One was the fiend of tho viueyard, lie camo one morning: into a grape-field and nut dowu on the roots of a twisted vine in nlu-er difcourage ment. The grapes were ripe and lucious, and there seemwl lite and health in every bunch. While the lieml sat there he clutched and a pu ezid it. L! his hand was red. It was t.ie blond of the vine yard, einbiemaiu.il i the blood of broken heart. And he squeezed all the grapes of the viueyard and' fermented . the juice, and the peopi drank aii( and drank, and when theuViid went out of the vineyard he stepped over carcass after carcass of dead uiei . ? "Aud the second iieud went to the grain field. Aud the people came and dipped up the fiery liquid that he made, ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 17. 1881. Northern Tribune SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1881. Be sure and read Feiera ad, on the inside its interesting. Remember ttie poor while engaged in your holiday festivities. S. LeGault have an important notice in another column to-day. All of our lumbermen are requested to send in any interesting items or reports they have. Bay Cityites have to own up to one thing that our ladies dress better and with more taste than theirs. Everybody is still conjecturing who onr station agent will be. It Is thought that some outside man will be appoint ed. The Cheboygan barber shops are hard to beat for comfort and convenience as is proved by the many favorable remarks expressed by all. II. J. Miner has quite a novelty in the - way of a mirror. The editor of the Dem ocrat can stand in front of it sideway :.and see both ears. A good many attachment suits hav been entered against contractor Hemlrie this week by employees who were una Me to get their pay. The Lawrenc...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 17. 188i. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1881. MICHIGAN AUDITS RKftOUUCTtt. I rom the Lansing Republican. The above is the title of a book of about 150 pages, compiled by Frederick Morley, commissioner of immigration, and lust issued from the press of the state printers. It is an exhaustive work, and the facts are gathered large ly from state departments and statistics furnished by the most eminent authori ties upon the subject treated. In his introduction the commissioner has given the following facts in, regard to the extent of territory Embraced in Michigan; its growth, industries, agri cultural productions, institutions, and means of transportation, as well as de scriptions of its soil, climate, timber, financial condition, situation of its un occupied lands, and a review of its gen eral characteristics as a home. The area of Michigan is 56,451 square miles, not quite 2,000 less than the area of England and Wales. It is 9,000 square miles...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

0 NOKTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY, DECEMBER .17.' 1881. , ONLY lNDIlEAJIS. Heaven la not reached by a sinde bound: But we build the ladder by which we rise :l i 1 From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies, ' . Aid we mount to tike buidijui round by rouuu ..f I con nt this think to be erandly true: " That a noble deed is a step toward God Lifting the aoul Trom the common sod x To a purer air and a broader view. We rise by things that are under our feet; By what we master of good and gain, ' By the pride deposed and passion slain, ' i And the vanquished ills that we daily meet. We hope, we resolve, we aspire, we trust . When the morning calls to life and liriit i But our hearts grow weary, ere the night Our lives are trailing inesoraiu ausu We holm, we asuire. we resolve, we pray. And we think we mount the air on wings Beyond the recoil of sensual things, While our feet still cling to the heavy clay. Vlnsre for the angels, but feet for men! We mav borrow the wines to find the way, We may ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 17, 1881. Noethern- Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBEU 17. 1881. A DIk Thlnr'r 'hbjrraii County, A subscriber ia Pennsylvania in re newing his subscription to the Tribune for another year, writes ua that he had just returned from a visit to Cheboygan county, and had intended paying our office a visit and renewing in person but was prevented bv the bad weather, and a aevere cold, contracted by riding over Hhe J. L. & 8 railroad from Gaylord in a fresh-scrubbed car, that had no firs in it. During his visit he explored and investi gated the lind in the vicinity : of Wol verine pnstollice, and says he thinks the j land in that section is all that could be desired. In order to get better accom modations to reach home, he says he walked from Sturgeon river to Petoskey miu in rus . wuik lie sioppeu ai a place owned by a Mrj' Hancock, and there no ticed some Very fine specimens 6f yellow dent corn hanging by the husks in Mr. Hancock's store room, and upon inquir ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 17, 1881. .Boots f Shoes! Nelson & Bullen's. NOBTHEM TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1881. i. How Is the lecture course project get- tlig along? Girls to do housework seem to be In great demand at present. Read all that Nelson & Ballea have to say In onr columns to-day. Perry Weed now occupies his new drug store. It Is In the store yacated by II. J. Miner. Read the new advertisement of Mc- Arthur, Smith & Co. that appears in our columns this week. If yon want to know where to buy hoi iday goods cfany description consult our advertising columns. While Main street was frozen so smooth this week the occasion was improved by some of our citizens to speed their trot ters. Reports from tax collectors are that the people of our county are paying their taxes unusually prompt this season. The engine used by P. M. Lathrop for lifting ties is now used by Wetmore & Paddock for sawing wood into stove length. Nearly every stranger that visits our t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBEE 17. 1881. 9 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1881. Th Close of Navigation. With the departure of the Lawrence Wednesday the season of navigation, as far as this port is concerned, virtually closed, although the harbor is yet open and the indications are that boats would have ao trouble in entering for vvteks to come. The boats of the lines calling regularly U our port from the lower lake ports and lake Michigan ports have all had a successful season and none of them have met with any serious or costly accidents. The amount of freight landed at Cheboygan, has been lareely in excess of that of any former season and shows the growing impor tance of our town as a business point, a fact that is acknowledged and appre ciated by the different lines of steam ers doing business here. By reference to the flies of the Tribune we find the number of visits made by the steamers of the different lines to be about as fol lows. The shore lines Pearl 29: Sagi na...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

10 - - -THE NORTHERN- TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 17. : 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDA1 DECEMBER 10, 1881. WIDK, WIDE WOKMt. Paris Is going to spend $20,000,000 to Improve her water works. Sixty-six persons were killed fly an explosion in a colliery, in Belgium last week. Old members believe that the present session of Congress will be an extremely loug and interesting one. Wolves are . ravaging the flocks of Waupaca. Wis., farmers. A bounty of All per head if offered for the animals dead. Number of postmasterships, subject to presidential appointments, now va cant. 300: number of applications for same about 1,500. The star-route cases will not be brought before the grand jury in Wash ington until the close of the Guiteau trial, whicli may last two weeks long er. Speaker Keifer is devoting considera ble time to preparing the various com mittees, but it is anticipated that the lists will not be ready much, if at all, before the holiday recess. Cannon the Mormon Congressman from Utah, who cont...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER .17. 1881. 11 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1881. AX ALARUM HELL. I liealu de alarm fin de number one box; Listen, einnahs, listen? Hark, bow earnis'ly de anjfel knocks: De fire Is bot an' hisin Angels tappln' oa de conscience boll; Heah It, heali it bangin'l lilt's a great bg fire dey's hanpln' lu hell; Dat's wbar de Mann bell's clangln'. A fire dat de inches nebbah gits around; Sinnahs br'Uln', fry In' Wbere de Babcock 'stinsrsliere kalut be found An' de ain't no use o' tryin'. Flames is a burnlu up higher an' higher Surprisin', oh, surprisin' ! You has an Intrust in dat fire, An' tlie flames are b till a-rlslu'. , Jump when you heah dat warnln' chime; Jump up, sinnahs, jump up! Do your do In a berry quick time; Now is de time to hump up. Kase you know dat you kain't afford Hallelujah! be singin' To yesk yo' souls, for dey ain't tnshored; Listen at the fire-bell ringin'I How Pontaic Stamps are Made. The number of ordinary postage stamps is...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 December 1881

XTV"TrnrTT7"D AT rPT) TT TT"VTT71 TTn1T7tA l"DTTin -A r A OO-I 2 x xuii l uiinnivi i n.iniJiNPj urjv pjivlid jv n i ( 9 1001. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1881. The' days bave about reached their shortest. The school districts are about all sup plied with teachers. John McGurn has commenced fram ing the timber on his bridge contract. One good thing about our church-go-ing people, they never take crying chil dren to church.' The invitations for the Masonic in. spallation ball, which takes place the 27th, have been issued. Are you going ? , The St. Ignace inhabitants when they -visit our town are surprised to see so much business done at this "little way station." The editor of the Democrat has a little devil that will stay with him to death born Monday. Weight, nine pounds. Congratulations. The M. E. sabbath school are to have a "Santa Claus" distribute presents have singing and literary exercises at the church Christmas Eve. The tug Chas. C. Ryan spent last night in port...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 December 1881

irTTil !Tt TXT . rfHm tm irxTrro ; J 1 1I1UM, 1 1 i VOL.7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 24 1881. 12 PAGES. 2 NO '24 The Northern Tribune, PUUL'SIIKV) ..VJilty SATURDAY BY Terms: .$2 par Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION mOEHTIST! J3 CHEBOYGAN . . Midi, Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdalo'a. TyJ-IlS. K. L, IIOO TJI, Would announce to the ladies who have bo . kindly patronized her, thtit Bho is pro . pared with ,. : . , a coon imm or um. mm t& guarantee satisfaction at very low prices. .We aro better prepared than ever to do . First Clasa Dress and Cloak Making Young St., opp new depot, Cheboy anM , 15octlm ,i AMERICAN HOUSE, - FRANK OSIER, Proprietor; . , CHEBOYGAN, M, II THIS 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 1.50 per week, or fl per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 December 1881

TTT"U? ATA"DTitTl7iDT mn T t j TT"T"rn Northern Tribune SATURDAY, DECEMBER J7, 1881.- Indian Hirer Correspondence. Indian River, Dec. 1, 1881. To the Editor Northern Tribune. ; Our very busy village (soon to be city) Is just now very lively preparing for Christmas. Our Sunday school (under the super Intendency of Mr. Townly) is making very elaborate preparations to receive Santa Claus and no doubt . the Christ mas tree at our union school house next Saturday will eclipse anything ever setn in Cheboygan county. We "hope you are enjoying the same blessings." Wish you a merry Christ mas. We are in a transitory condition in jegard to railroad and expect from present indications that the Mackinaw extension of the J.L. & S. R. R. will drop into the hands of the Michigan Central and then thanks to the "powers that be" we will have regular communi cation daily with the outside world. Having been worked so hard it has been impossible for your correspondent to write up any article for the...

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

THE . NORTHERN TRIBUNE, , DECEMBER 24; 1 1881. 3 Nobtherf Tribune. SATURDAY DECEMBER 24, 1881. From the Chicago Inter-Ocean. . Mtss Jones was a dashinff coquette, ' ' Who outshone all the girls in her suette; She had dozens or huaux And she wore stripped heaux 0, Bhe was a stunner," you buettel She was giddy and vain you mlzht gues, And she care 1 tor hut little save druess; She would search the town through ' For a No. 2 (though. Her No. 6 f jot to compruess. She loved a young man in Aux Cayes A Bailor boy gallant and gayes; ; Hut he drank, it Is said, And was carried to bed With his boots on, each night, by the waiters. So she cast him aside for a suitor, Of music and dancing a tuitor; He waxed his mustache, And was thought quite a mache; And his ringlets O, what could be cuiter? He was rather to free with his tongue,' And he wagged both his ears when he songue, But she gave him her heart, And she thought he was smeart Though few greater fools were unhongue. They eloped on a dear ...

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

4 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE,' ' DECEMBER 24. 1881. NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1881. We wish you all a merry Christmas. Our merchaLts report their Christmas trade large. Only four cases were tried ' before the police judge this week. Prof. R. S. Sweet had a pretty fine sized crowd at his dancing school social Thurs day evening, and all seemed to enjoy themselves. J. E. Nichols now has a lumber camp running on Sturgeon river, about a mile from Indian River village, and expects to get in a good many logs if sleighing comes. .. . Reports from all the lumber camps are to the effect that the work of cutting and skidding logs is progressing finely and the Indications are that an unusual large cut will be made. The children are all interested in the Christmas entertainments at the several churches this evening, and we have no doubt older people will find them very attractive and interesting. George D. Niles, John S. McConnell Lemuel G. Bachelder and David W. Bots- ford all made fina...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 24. 188 j. 5 Northeen Tribune. SATURDAY, PEGEMBER 24, 1881. There are two Congressmen now serv ing who commenced life as pages in the National House, and a Senator whose start in life was as a page in the Senate. The Congressmen are Townseud, of Illi nois, and Wise, of Virginia. The Sena tor is Gorman, of Maryland. MrIIatton, acting Postmaster Gen eral, has .ruled that no supplements containing advertisements will be ad mitted to second-class rates unless the publisher swears that the advertisers paid the same rates in the supplement as were charged in the main sheet. John II. Forester, of Williamston, a Democrat, has written a letter to the Lansing Republican, ubout Yorktown, in which he declares Gov. Jerome has been unjustly assailed and grossly misrepre sented in the criticisms on his conduct there which have appeared in print. , Senator Hale . has introduced four bills on the subject of Congressional re apportionment, in order to bring the whole su...

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

G THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 24 18SI. Northern Tribune. SATURDAl . DECEMBER 24, 1881. THE LITTLE BEGCAIt'M UUTI'OX. HOLE UOt'HUET. BY H. H. 'T was on a bitter winter's day, I taw a strange, pathetic eight; The streets were gloomy, cold, and gray, The air with falling snow was white. A little ragged beggar child "Went running through the cold and storm; He looked as if he never smiled, As if he never had been warm. 8 udden, he spied beneath his feet A faded button-hole bouquet: Trampled and wet with rain and sleet, Withered and worthless, there it lay. He bounded, seized It with delight, Stood still and shook it free from snow; Into his coat he pinned it tight, His eyes lit up with a sudden glow. He sauntered on, all pleased and proud. His face transformed in every line: And lingered that the hurrying crowd Might chance to see that he was fine. The man who threw the flowers away Never one half such pleasure had; The flower"' best work was done that day In cheering up that beggar ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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