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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 December 1881

THE NORTH RRN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 24. 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER TlMHl. The Immplon Hotel Hvat. "Talk about your hotel beatH," said a clerk in a Cleveland hotel ; "I know of one of the toughest cases which happen ed a short time ago. I got the first part of the story from the prop-ietor of a prominent restaurant, to whom the fel low told a history of the affair before he skipped out of town. He said that one evening this fellow came in and sat down to a table, giving his orders with the air of a millionaire. He was nicely dressed, and wore a long handsome ul ster. After he finished his supper he started out, seeming to forget that he hadn't paid. The proprietor stopped him with a reminder of the fact, when it was found that the fellow was a beat and hd not a cent of money. The restturaonteur was angry and about to administer a dose of leather, when the fellow begged off, and suid he would leave his pantaloons with the proprietor as security till morning. The gentleman,...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE,.. DECEMBER 24 1881. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1881. DON'T L.ET TIIE.T1 UUIIV ME DEEP. It will Interest readers to know that this touching poem Is founded upoa an actual occurrence, which ha9 lately ob tained Rome publicity through the news papers. Lift me a bit in my bed, father; Frets your warm lips to my cheek, Put your arm under my bead, father I am so tired and so weak. I cannot stay lone awake now Many a night I shall sleep. Promise one thine for my sake, now Don't.let them bury me deep! Cover my bed with sweet flowers, father, Those I lore so well to see. So, In the lone lonely hours, father, They'll be companions for me. . If I should wake in the night, then, Their lips my sad face would sweep. Make my grave cheerful and bright, then Don' t let them bury me deep! When to the church you all go, father, At the sweet Sabbath bell's tone, I shall be dreary, you know, father, Lying out there ail alone. Hang my bird near hi a tree, then Watch ov...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 December 1881

THE i NORTHERN TEfeUNE. DECEMBER 24, 1881. 9 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1881. Why don't you go to chorch? Houses to rent i8 what we need now. Read Fexor's advertisement In another colamn. The county liquor tax amounted to f 5,346 00 this year. Parents, why don't you get you child ren to attend Sabbath school. We notice a good many boy's around the streets that should be at school. Why don't the village council take some action In regard to street lamps. Cheboygan is comparatively free from scandal mongers; but she's got some awful liars. The entertainment at the M. E. church next Monday evening will commence at 8 o'clock, sharp. A few of our citizens have set a good example by clearing their yards of all rubbish. A right move. Advices have been received that Santa Clans is nearing our village and will certainly arrive during theinight. It is expected that there will be a large attendance at the Masonic install ation ball next Tuesday evening. Have you engaged a partner...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 December 1881

to Noethern Tribune. TSItURDAY; DECEMBER 24, 1881. Michigan is not the only state that is suffering for want of snow to carry on lumbering operations successfuly. The lack of snow is seriously interfering with the work in all lumbering sections and milloiis of logs already cut and skid (led are awaiting the necessary snow to slide them to the rivers which are to float them to market. Great fears are appre hended that the winter will be open and prove a hard one upon jobbers. In this flection skidding has been pushed and if snow should come the logs will be rushed in rapidly. From a telegram to the Detroit Even; ing News we learn of a sad affair that took place at Harbor Springs Friday of last week which cost Mr. Alberts his house and the lives of his two children. Alberts had been making shingles for a new house and left a pile of the shavings in the house he occupied. His wife and himself left the house for a short time, and his two children, aged four years and one year respective...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER- 24,. 1881. 11 Northern Tribune. CouLrrtsr TreasurGi's Report. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1881. The special train that left here last Saturday morning on the J. L. & S rail road is said to have averaged about tweny-eight miles an hour, reaching Jackson at half past four that afternoon. ti The Lady May came over from St. Ignace last Saturday night and return ed Sunday morning. She had a number of passengers both ways. She came over again Wednesday evening and went back Thursday morning. Roasted lemon is said to subdue the whooDine couch very effectually. It is prepared as follows: Roast a lemon without burning it. When hot cut and squeeze out the juice upon sugar. Give a teaspoonful when the cough is trouble some. This is said to be a "sure cure' of any kind of cough. Last Saturday John Vincent, Oliver Beaugrand, and one or two others visited an old well, sunk years ago by the first named, on Vincents point, and was sur prised to find it literally alive...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 December 1881

12 THE NORTHERN, TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 24 1SS1. Northern Tribune. Weather Heport for f lie Week ending , ThurfcdaytEyenluar Dec. 22. 1881. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1881. Sixteen suits were commenced before Justice Fife last Wednesday. Business for the lawyers. Next week the pupils of the schools will enjoy their usual holiday vacation and get a needed rest from study. Some of the employes at Smith & Adams planing mill have put up a tar get and about every day during their nooning hour indulge in rifle shooting. The soft weather has been favorable for out-door work and good use has been made of it by many in building and making improvements of their property. Sanford Baker is getting some of the timber for rebuilding his dock on the ground and should this soft weather continue the work will be commenced at once. Rev. II. P. Robinson who occupied the pulpit of the Congregational church two Sabbaths, a few weeks since, has accepted a call to the church at Grand Ledge. The Michigan delega...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 December 1881

I r I 8 j - . .. , . ..... . 4. ... o 1 h IMj VOL." 7.'-'' CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATTjftPAjr, DECEMBER 31, 1881 55 KO 25 The Nonhern Tribune, PUBLISH liD EVERY SATURDAY BY "W . CHANDLER. Terms: , $2 per Year, in Advance. K. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN bout pain. Office, Main t Van Artklale's. to tho ladles who have so ilzed hor, that she Is pro . pared with noNor late; styles -lo'ion at very low prices, vcpured thun ever to do avd Cloak Makina pnewdt. Cheboyvi l' rtiCAN HOUSED " FRANK nRTr?i , . . din tonTViiiar?l lnm ,r1,or to be obta,n r is stocked with ?h? ln oction. Tho -est variety of t CJ'f. bJand an tn rm9. fLftVprr wooHJ (.'e town, m (l,x,r rit Ly, '.CA; w 1 por day. . . iutf oi the brld .ju-y-ir J? Wew Saloon and Boarding House. On the Kast Side of the .River CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. THtn8ieJ!90Wfl,ttC(1 "P to acoommol tk e and make a pleasuut homo for the Lumbermen when in town. The liar isnewl v mwkc?.Wlth he 1,084 brands of ?t& 17seijjABDEAU A FISHER, Proprietors. J AO. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 December 1881

Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1881. Ex-Senator Paddock, of " Nebraska; has declined the Assistant Secretaryship of the Treasury. Democrats in the house generally are dissatisfied with the positions as signed to them on the committees, and they are by no means content with the arrangements of the - Republican mem bership. , The composition of the com mittee on elections vexes them greatly. James Gorden Bennett sends dia patches from Paris to Secretary Fre linghuyson stating his intention to send a special correspondent to meet the rescued members of the Jeannette's crew on their way homeward, and gir- ing assurance that he has already for warded money enough to supply their present wants. Representative Springer, of Illinois has called upon the State and PostofQce Departments for copies of all correspond ence with all foreign governments on the subject of the postal telegraph sys tem, apparently with the view of Intro ducing a bill to establish the system In this country. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 December 1881

THE- NOTCTHERISr Northern; Tribune! SATURDAY DECEMBER 31, 1881. widic, wiui: t'ORI.l. When congress rea3se nbles after the holidays the i Tision of the tariff prob ably will come up for early considera tion. A portrait of President Garfield, paint ed on porcelain by llerr Stum, a Dres den artist, w is sent fro n Germany as a Christmas gift for Mrs. Garfield. ' -'- Thegoyernment of the United States thanks the Imperial government of Rus sia for advancing funds to the suffering survivors of the Jeannette's crew. Contractors who are bound 10 furnish government supplies at border posts are proving negligent, and supplies are in many casses frozen up in Western rivers. Heirs of John Paul Jones are given by the government 27 pieces of land scrip in recognition of their ancestor's brav ery and boldness in capturing British warships. The appropriation, for the star route service this fiscal year is ' $7,900,000, nearly a million dollars more than in the last fiscal year. Next year it is hop...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 December 1881

Til rnTnn Matoiii imdt mTi ttttxttt rvmriTm mT-n -100-1 NOETHEEN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1881. COUNTY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION. An Interesting Meeting: The Ereu lug: Entertainment. Last Monday the teachers of Cheboy Kan county held the first regular meet ins of their association recently formed, The programme as published in the Tribune was carried out at both the morning and the afternoon sessions The attendance at the morning session was not large, but in the afternoon was much better, and the papers read were all of an interesting character, and treated on matters pertaining to the profession. The success attending this the first meeting of the association, is indicative or a deeper interest on the part or tne teachers or the county In ed ucatlonal matters and promises,through the influence of the association, better thin irs in the future in the wav of in struction for the rising generation than lias been attained in the past. The musical and literary entertain ment at the M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 December 1881

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 31. 1881. 5 NORTHERN TEIBTJNE. . SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1881. A happy New Year to all. Are you going to make New Year's calls next Monday. The Indian River mail now arrives and departs by rail. Call at this office and see our stock of New Year's cards. The Bay City daily papers of yesterday morning were received here by the train last night. ; The Christmas eve festivities 1 at tho different churches were well attended, and the little ones all made happy. SiThe soft weather continues and the straits and harbor are as free of ice as in mid summer. Since the above was in type there are symptoms of a freeze. The Cheboygan Fire Company are to give a grand ball at the town hall Wednesday evening, Feb. 22d. The pro ceeds to be devoted toward paying for their new bell. The week of prayer will be observed at the Methodist church next week and a general invitation is extended to all to participate. Services each evening com mencing at 7 o'clock. We would call a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 December 1881

NORTHERN ' TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 1 tU. 18S1: c Northern tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1881. Old lrnsldes. From Lansing Republican. The frigate constitution, familiarly known as "Old Ironsides," has been put out of commission at Brooklyn navy yard and placed in what is termed "rot ten row." Twenty years ago it was pro posed to break the vessel up, but Holmes wrote his famous poem, "Ay tear her tattered ensign down," and public senti ment was aroused to such a pitch that the "Old Ironsides': was given a new lease of life. She was built of live oak at a cost of $302,718. Her keel was laid in 1794, and was launched at Boston, Oct. 21, 1797. For 84 years she has borne the wrench and strain of the angry ocean wave, and her achievements ay a man-of-war reflect credit and honor on the American nation. She made her first cruise in 1798, bore a conspicious part in the bombardment of Tripoli, and Kilenced the tire of the castle, beside de feating the native gunboats. In the war of 1812 under the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 December 1881

w. Cfcr.. J-. .. VrecUciy ui i - V death-knell , " so church, castle i . houso cucks, at, will be no more for ever. His cold corpse will be consigned to the dark tomb of the past, whence there is no resurrection and into which no livincr mortal can en tcr. The angel of Memory alone rolls away the stones from the sepulchres of departed years, wmie faithful history perpeiuaies ineir iame iy writing down ail inat is worm Knowing about them and some times a good deal more. Now my friends, is the time for sober and solemn reflection. The death of the year is somaimog or more importance than mat oi a uog or a cat it affects vou all By its demise, you should be reminded that lime nas given you another hitch towards the dreaded tumbling-olf place and that a few more shoves will bring you to tho edge of that awful precipice, wmcn so reariuu irowns upon the vast ocean or etemityi And when vou have once fallen off, there is no such thing as climbing up again. If you have taken the precaution t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 December 1881

NORTHERN TR i BUNE, : DECEMBER - 81'.'- : 1. .8 Northern Tribune. Weather lleportfr I be Week ending TuurMlay UrenliiRDec.20. 1881. . SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1881. Remember the New Year's ball at Kes selor's hall next Monday evening. Read the ' ad (!of ' , Stlnson & Cham bers carefully and meditate on- it. The latest novelties In New Year's cards can be found at the Tribune office. ..:' ' . .' ... . ' II. M. & P. Hempstead come out with a new advertisement to-day. Read it and then give them a call. . ; All the indications are that an .un usually large number of dwelling houses will be built next season.' i( . j John Becker, the . groceryman; has something new to.. a? to-day. Ills prices on crockery and groceries Tare liartf to beat. . ...r r- James Ar Gerrie is about the happiest man in town over a Christmas , present. It was a fine girl baby. Mother and child doing nicely. ; . . . O. M. Clement, thepopular boot and shoe man has Bomlhing new to say to day. When you want ' any...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 January 1882

22 IT) dr. nn-o- HIM i VOL., 71 - CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1882. NO 27 --.' IT 11 T1 ! in 1M11 1 1 1 i The Northern Tribune, FCBLISIUD EVERY SATCitDAY BY w-. o 11 nsr id Hj tz tz . Terms: $2 psr Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION f!fe. DENTIST! GIIKIIOYOAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdalo'ti. M" ii si. i:. i. noo (, Would announco to the ladies who havo so .kindly patronized her, that she is pre pared with a good ileciionjf lates mm to g-uarantee satisfaction at very low prices Wo ard better prepared than ever to do Fint Class Dress ami Cloak Making Younar St., opp new depot, Cheboy n M AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - AX II THIS House is so situated that it commands the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed in town. Killlard room in connection. Tho bar is stocked with the best brands and tho unrest variety of liquors to bo found in town. lerms, $t.r0 per week, or f 1 per day. vHrst door 6ast si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 January 1882

2 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JANUARY 7. 1882. Northern Tribune. 8ATURDA1 JANUARY 7, 1882. TUB. NEW CABINET. The iBwyen Ilaye n monopoly of the Departments- K of (be rrcMldenlNt Elc. From the Hew York Herald. The president can hardly be paid to have reconstructed his cabinet, although there are reasons for believing that Mr. Lincoln, Mr. Kirkwood and Mr. Hunt may remain. If the cabinet remains as now composed it will have some pecu liar features. In the first place, it is composed entirely of lawyers. We have now a legal administration. The presi dent, vice-president, the speaker of the house and all the members of the cabinet have been active members of the bar. We might add to this list the general of the army, as General Sherman, among the Incidents f a varied and illustrious career, attempted to practice law in Kansas. The second point about the cabinet is that it comprises on the aver age an older body of men than have ever sat in council with any president. Pres ident Arthur belongs...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 January 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JANUARY 7. 1882. 3- Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1882. WIDE, WIDE K IIM), Gov. Foster of Ohio doe.s not believe Mr. Bluino will ba a c i nlUUte for the presidency in 188i. Mrs. Cruz, living at Florence, Los An geles County Cal., birth Thursday of lust vvffk to six female children. President Garfield's fine span of horses has been presented at Mrs. Garfield's re quest, to Representative. Updegraff of Ohio. It is now thought probable that the great American racers, Iroquis and Fox hall, will try conclusions in tho spring over the Newmarket course. The Khedive of Egypt has forwarded $100 to the fund for tho erection of a Garfield hospital at Washington, and promises to send $1,000 more. Several thousand cotton hands - in South Carolina haye arranged to emi grate to Arkansas, and the new exodus gives the politicians and planters great anxiety. James Gordon Bennett has gone to St. Petersburg to confer with tho Czar in regard to a polar expedition on a new ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 January 1882

4 NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JANUARY 7, 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JANURAY 7, 1882. St. Elmo restaurant has a handsome street lamp In front of It. Prof. Sweet glres a social dance at his new hall in Kesseler'a block next Thurs day evening. The ditches along the railroad track are much used by Cheboygan juveniles for skating parks. Ross McCarty is putting up a neat residence just west of the jail lot on upper Black River road. We hear that one of our citizens has in contemplation the starting of a hard ware store at Mackinaw City. The snow of yesterday made fair sleighing and our farmers can now draw in their wood more readily, The Board of Supervisors meet next Monday at which time application will be made for the organization of two new townships in this county. Beside their office in this village the American Express company have this week opened offices at Mackinaw City, Indian River and Vanderbilt. Several heavily laden 'freight cars for Cheboygan arrive every day, and the freight...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 January 1882

4- THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JANUARY 7, 1882. o Y 57 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7. 1882. Circuit court meets two weeks from uext Tuesday, the 24th day of January. Judge Ramsdell will preside. The Cheboygan Lumber company has a boom strung across the river, from the upper end of Baker's dock to near where the tie elevator stands, for the purpose of catching logs which are to hauled to and put in the river from the banks above. The American express company have established an office in our village. X. S. Cooper, of Kenburg & Cooper, has been appointed agent and the office is at the Central drug store. The general ver dict is that Mr. Cooper is the right man in the right place. An oyster supper and social gathering will be given at the Town Hall next Thursday evening, by the ladies of the Catholic church. A handsome card re ceiver will be presented to the lady re ceiving the highest number of votes a9 the most popular lady of Cheboygan. The directors of the Cheboygan Coun ty P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 January 1882

NORTHEEN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1882. t The House Committee on Elections will, it is paid, decide that neither Can non nor Campbell are entitled to the Utah seat in Congress. It is hinted in Washington that Mr. Howe' may not remain long at the head of the Fostofflce department, His health is poor, and his great trouble, a9thma, is aggravated by the climate of Washing ton. Nearly 9,000 miles of railroad track were laid in the United States during the year 1881. This was by 258 different lines! The heaviest mileage was in Tex as, 1,411. Michigan is ninth on the list, with 289J miles. This is the best sin gle year's record in the history of rail road building. Col. Snowden, Superintendent of the United States mint at Philadelphia, sug gests a new plan for the coinage of small pieces, which includes among its fea tures uniformity of alloy and of device, and due proportion in size and weight of the coins. His ideal alloy is 75 per cent, copper and 25 per cent, nickel. S. P, Rounds...

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