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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 January 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JANUARY 28. 18S2. 3 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1882. uiui; uiik uoiti .i), They have niineil $10,001 for a monu ment to Daniel Webster at Washington. lt. Van Jerbilt new house, including the decorations and furniture, cost $3,- 000,000., ,' ; . ... The peanut crop of Texas last year amounted to ovir $2jOOO,'HK). Who says we are not a people of luxuries? The press from which the first edition of Joe Smith's Mormon Bible was print ed is now in us3 in printing the Ontario Press. The New York Star oilers a reward of $3 for tha best answer to the question, "Why is Samuel J. Tilden like Gui teau?" ' In the tobacco crop of Pennsyl" vania was 3,407,000 pounds, but last year Lancaster county alone raised 23,046,000 pounds. During the year ending December 31, 1881, the exports of domestic breadstuffs . ware $31,818,299 iess than in the - pre ceding year. A syndicate of Minneapolis, Minn., capitalists has purchased fifteen of the principal elevators there, ha...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 January 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JANUARY 28. 1882. Northern Tribune. 7 eiaad fce fee Aead SATURDAY, JANURAY 28, 1882. The Sale Well We regret to announce that circum stances compel the abandonment of the effort to sink a test salt well so far as the present hole is concerned. As is well known, ever since the commencement, the work has been prosecuted under the most discouraging circumstances. Be clning with the delay in the arrival of the tubing from Philadelphia, which caused Mr. Mason and his men to re main idle for several weeks, and ending with the work last Tuesday, everything seems to have worked against the pro ject. The work oc boring was com menced on the morning of July 1st 1881 and the readers of the Tribune have been keDt posted as to the progress made from week to week and are fully aware of the trials and discouragements those in charge of the work have gone through and the numerous obstacles that were met and overcome. Last Tuesday night after a week's incessant work tryiagto ODen t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 January 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JANUARY 28, 1882. Nortjhern Tribune. SATURDAY. JANUARY 28. 1882. A gold sleeve button was found on the street and left at this ofilce where the owner can get it by describing property any paying charges.' Say, all you fellows that don't have any place In particular to go Sundays, instead of running over town trying to find some saloon with the back door open go to church. It won't hurt you. Mr. and Mrs. August Grim, who live a few miles up the river, were the recipi ents of a surprise party Tuesday evening from a number of our young folks and they all say they had a good time and return thanks for the hospitable man ner in which they were entertained. Circuit Court. Judge Ramsdell arrived by stage from Petoskey Tuesday afternoon and held a brief term of court that evening. The civil cases were allowed, by an under standing among the different attorneys, to go over until the April term of court. We are indebted to Prosecuting Attorney Shepherd for the following ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 January 1882

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JANUARY 2S 182. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1882. WICHIUAX'STIITIIIER. Figure) from (lie Interior Depart itient. Some interesting figures relating to the timber interests of Michigan are furnished by the Forestry Bullentin just issued from the National census office at Washington. The timber supply of this state that is, the estimated amount of merchantable timber yet standing May 31, 1881 is as follows: LOWER PENINSULA. Of white pine, the basins of streams flowing into Saginaw bay have 7,000, 000,000 feet, board measure; the basin of streams flowing into lake Huron have 8,000,000,000 feet; the basins of streams flowing into lake Michigan have 14,000, 000,000 feet making a total of 20,000,000, 000 feet. Tho pino on the lower penin sula is drstributed over about 6,500,000 acres. Of hardwood there is an estimated amount of 575,500,001) cords distributed over some 20,000,000 acres. Of this about 20 percent is suitable for lumber and cooperate stock. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 January 1882

Ill THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JANUARY 28, 1882. V. J. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. JANUARY 28, 1882. MV LOKT CHILD. I cauuot make him dead His fair aud noble ' head ... Is ever bounding round my study chair; Yet when my eyes now dim with tears, I turn to him, The vision vanishes lie is not there! I walk my parlor floor, and thro' the open door I hear a footfall on the chamber Btalr! I'm stepping toward the hall, to give my boy a And tlten bethink me that he is not there. I know his face is hid, under the coffiu-lid ; Closed are his eyes cold is his forehead fair; My hand that marble felt; o'er it in prayer I knelt; Yet my heart whispers that he is not there. I cannot make him dead. When passing by the bed So long watched over with parental care, My spirit and my eye seek him inquiringly, Before the thought comes that ho is not there. When, at the cool gray break of day from sleep I wake, With my first breathing of the morning air My soul goes up with Joy to Him who gave my boy, Then come...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 January 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JANUARY 28. 18S2. Northern tribune. SATURDAY," JANUARY 28. 1SS2. Large quantities of merchandise ar rive daily by rail for our merchants. The Bay City Morning Call of last Saturday, came to us with an entire new dress, greatly improving its appear ance, i ; '. : j . , . , The down passenger train last Monday ran foul of a snow bank between Otsego Lake and Forrest and was delayed two hours and a half. There will be a special meeting of the A. 0. U. W. lodge at their hall next Mon day evening. A general attendance of the members is desired. Perry Weed has sold his stock of drugs to his brother Thurlow and the latter has removed it to his store, a short dis tance west of the railroad station. W. S. Smith received a steam log turn er last Saturday by rail for his new saw mill. He thinks he will have the most of the machinery in position next week. David Smith is getting out quite a quantity of oak logs, near Indian River, for II. Amlot to be used at his ship yard...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 February 1882

0 rin Mil H w u INJJo.. VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1882. NO 31 Trie 111 I , Northern tribune. rUBLIS IED EViCI.Y SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER. C.J.HUNT. C. 8. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER &"CO., Terms: , $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION -DENTIST! Of . tfPlP. CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, pppoeite Post A Van Arsdalo's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Perrin. M. D. PERRI1T BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples' Drusr Store, Main Street, CHEDOYOAN, M 7Jan -ypis. K. L MOUTH, Would announce to the ladles who have so kindly patronized her, that she is pre pared with A GOOD SELECTION' Of LATEST STYLES to (ruarantee satisfnc'ion at very low prices. We am better prepared than ever to do First C lass r. Dress and Cloak Making Young St.", opp now depot, Cheboyi i M loctlm - AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M II TIII8 House is so situated that it commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed in town. illlard r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 February 1882

9, NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 4, 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1882. The House Postofflce Committee will shortly iutroduce a bill for postal sav ings banks. It is believed that the min imum of deposits will be made 50 cents- The joint committee on the death and memorial service for the late President Garfield, has decided upon programme substantially the same as that adopted for President Lincoln. Senator Ferry, will make an early effort in the Senate to secure the passage of his bill granting pensions to certain Union soldiers and sailors of the war of the rebellion who were confined in so called Confederate prisons. Scoville will not test the juricdistion of the court which tried Guiteau. The judges have already consulted on that question. And some of the best lawyers in the country are clear that the court had full jurisdiction. As an indication of how little weight is attached by the prosecution to the motion of Mr. Scoville for a new trial, District Attorney Cor...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 February 1882

THE iNORTftEKN LiTKIBITNE j 1 ttEBR:tfmYJli:l18S2. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4.1882. vi-1 Die, wiui: woiti.ii. The importation of potatoes from Ire land is just mow vcrj large. ' Strawberries that cost $1 a quart were served the oiler d.iy at a New York din ner paity. The Cleveland fund for the Garfleld mouuinent seems to stick just this side of $100,000. There are over 100,00.) northerners in New York city who have located there since the war. Gen. Sherman will bo 02 years old February 8, but he cannot be retired as his position lives and dies with him. The Canadians of Boston are organiz ing an annexation association, having the union of Canada with the states for its mission. The Postoffice Committee of Congress lias reported in favor of appropriating $43,G3(.,300 for expenses for the next fiscal year. ' The : Chamber of Commerce . of Bis mark, Dak., voted $30,003 toward adver tising the vast wheat lands of the Mis souri slope. ' . ; , , A poor woman with two sons livi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 February 1882

NORTHERN ; TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY : A.- 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1882. A Highly Mral Doitrd of Trad. The readers of the Tribune will re member the item published some weeks since, in regard to a bale of cotton that had been forwarded from Tezes for the benefit of the Michigan fire sufferers The Detroit Board of .Trade, realized handsome sum from it and then for warded it to the Chicago Board, but that highly mornr institution refused to have anything to do with the charitable ob jectandthe following correspondence which explains itself, ensued: Chicago. Jan. 28. 1882. John Q. Irwin, esq., secretary board of trade, Detroit: Dear sirYours of the 24th Inst., also bale of cotton by express, is received. I have, as requested, forwarded the latter to Mr. V. B. rmiin, secretary oi me pro duce exchange, Toledo, and I assume you win fnllv AriviHA him in recrard to it. I regret that our standing rule in respect to permitting louery or rame ucxeis oi any kind, or for any charit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 February 1882

I THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 4, 1882. i Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1882. Mrs. Thomas C. Shaw a boy, a 10 pounder, Thursday DffllMg A big crowd of ex-railroad laborers left on the train thiH morning. See notice of school teacher wanted for district No. 9, township of Tuscarora. Capt. R. H. Mosier, will handle the wheel, ring the bells and toot the whistle on McArthur, Smith & Co's tuir Geo. W. Cuyler, the coming season. Thompsou Smiih lias fifteen teams employed on one road drawing logs from two of his camps to the bay. The haul is a long one and each team only makes two trips per day. The snow comes just right to please our lumber jobbers. Every day or so a few inches falls, just enough to keep the roads in good slipping condition and not enough to interfere with work in the woods. W. E. Smyth, jr. came over from St. Ignace this morning. Reports lots of ice bergs in the straits, also that a force of men commenced this morning to try and relieve the Algomah by bl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 February 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1882. ' The Editor and (he Shoemaker. One day an editor, lard at work trying to devise a plan to make delinquent sub scribers pay their dues, was called upon by a shoemaker, who dropped in to give the editor some valuable hints on run ning a newspaper. The editor, overjoy ed at the opportunity, gave the man his best cane bottom chair, handed him a fresh cigar, and listened attentively. Quoth the shoemaker, as he lit the weed: "Your paper needs a hundred im proved features. You don't grasp the topics of the day by the right handle; you don't set the locals in the right kind of type; your telegraph news is too thin; even the paper itself is poorly manufac tured, not thick enough and too chalky a white; you don't run enough matter, and what you do run ain't of the right sort: your ideas about protective tariff are infernally foolish, and your stand on tho Conkling matter was bad-bad. I tell you these things because I want you to succeed. I tell a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 February 1882

THE i NORTHERN TRIBTINlfi,' gEBRUAiRY i 4, 1882. i Northern Tribune. 8ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1882. . M.NES TO A FMEXU. BY MRS. O. W. BAXTER. If, aa on life's rourh pathway, where Thy feet so falt'rlnjj tread, Where sorrows gather thickly round, : I ,' And oft-tlins how thy head, " Some words of mine have gently fall'n, , ' Like sunshine after rain. Upon thy heart and cheered thy way- Then, I've not lived In vain. If, on thine ear like music sweet, Or chime of evening bells. My voice has fallen and within ' Your soul Its memory dwells, If some kind act, or thought of mine, Havo made thee strive to gain A higher, nobler, purer life " Then, I've not lived In vain. If In thy patli, instead of thorns, I've scattered lovely flowers, Whose fragrance still remains to cheer Your sad and lonely hours; 'Tis sweet to know they are not lost, But treasured still remain ; Yet, sweeter far It is to know I have not lived in vain. Burlington Hawkeye. QUICK WORK. Tht Detroit lanckluac nnd lUarqaett " ll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 February 1882

THE NORTHERN ' TBIBTJNE, FEBRUARY 4- 1882. NOETHERN TBIBTJNE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1882, The ice harvest continues anil the crop is of the finest quality. Be sure to read the ew advertisement of Smyth & Co. and find what they have to say about valentines. We would call attention to the busi ness card of Dr. G. II. Hill, surgeon den tist, to be found in another column. Prof. Sweet has quite a class of gents at his dancing school lessons Monday evenings and his pupils are making fine progress. It will be noticed that we now have a correspondent at Duncan City bo that hereafter we can keep our readers post ed on ull the happenings there. Owing to mail service beginning on the railroad next Friday the star route from this place to Mackinaw City will be discontinued after next Thursday. Ou and after next Friday the mail will arrive and depart by rail. It took a good while to get around to it but we are glad to get it even at this late day. Thursday was Candlemas day. Unless that gro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 February 1882

0 IBIIE 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1882. NO 32 IQEIHEEH I hi Northern Tribune. PCBISUKI) EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER. C. J. HUNT. C. S. RAMSAY. W, CHANDLER & CO., 3? U-ELI3IIi:P3. Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DEHTISTI Toeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite l'ost & Van Arsdalo's. T. A. Perrin.M.D. C. A. Perrin.M.D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Offlco in Peoples Drug Store, Main Street, C1IEBOYOAN, M 7Jun M IIS. E. I. IIOO I II, Would announce to tho ladies who have so kindly patronized her, thut she is pre pared with A GOOD SELECTION OF- LATEST STYLES to guarantee satlsfao ion at very low prices. We arrt better prepared than ever to do First Class Dress and Cloak Making Young St., opp new depot, Cheboyi M ljoctlm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CIIKnOyOAN", - M .II TIII8 House is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed in town. ' llllard room in connection. The bar is stocked w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 February 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 11, 1882. Northern Tribune sSATURDAl, FEBRUARY 11. 1882. " The Tax CoiunilMlonr Work. Last week we mentioned the receipt from Governor Jerome of a copy of the report of the commissioners appointed to revise the tax laws, with a copy of the bills prepared. We have not room to give the bills in full, but the follow ing digest, which we take from' the Lansing Republican, will give the read ers of the Tribune an idea of the most important changes and of the magni tude of the work undertaken and ac complished by the commissioners. There are 110 sections in the bill. In the definition of personal estate for the purposes of taxation, the old law in eluded all goods, chattels, moneys, cred its, and effects, wheresoever they may be. The new Dili excepts property ac tually and permanently invested in bus iness in another state. In exemptions the old law limited the value of musical instruments at $100, the new bill exempts to the amount of $150. In computing the tax...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 February 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 11, 1882. 3 Northern tribune. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11.1882. WIDK, WIDK IVOIU.U. Wisconsin last year produced about 800,000 gallons of umber Byrup from sorghum. A Boston woman who died of starva. lion had $1,(500 in bank and money in the house. Georgia has uoresnowthix winter than Illinois. The globe has evidently shift ed its girth. Dofreese, the public Printer, tendered his resignation to the President, to take effect April 1. ; The population ofjthe United States has increased 17,000,000 since the close ot the civil war. Lieut. Harber and Master Schuetze, detailed to search for the survivors of the lost Jeannette, sailed Saturday for Eu rope. The President has appointed P. II. Conger of Michigan to succeed Mr. Nor ris as superintendent of the Yellowstone national park. The Committee on Postofllces reported adversely to the Senate joint resolution restoring the franking privilege to mem bers of Congress. The Hon. Jacob Sleeper has been Superintendent of...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 February 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 11, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1882. The frame for the addition to the Town llall was raised yesterday. ' The cedar ties and posts begin to loom up on the east bank of the river. The social given by the ladies of the M. E. church last Wednesday evening was well attended and a good time en joyed. It will be just a year to-morrow since the Tribune announced the formation of a company for the purpose of sinking a test salt well. Governor Jerome and Railroad Com missioner Williams went to the upper peninsula last week to inspect the first 20 miles of the Ontonagon & Brule river railroad. J. II. Kintz left Wednesday morning with John Boyle to place him in the State House of Correction at Ionia. Sent up for throe months for being drunk and disorderly, in default of finding bail for good behavior. Mrs. Wood, the would-bo suicide, was brought before Justice Sammons, Thurs day, upon the charge of forgery. She plead guilty, and in default of ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 February 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. FEBRUARY 11. 1882. Northern Tribune: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1882. TWO WANDFRING KCIIIIlKft IIE.4IIU FIIO.W. What E. CowleM, i:lllor of the Siiui naw Courier, and CJeo. F. Lewlw, of the liar City fall, Tli ink or C lio boyfrun Hint its Future Projects. E. Cowles, of the Saginaw Courier, and Geo. F. Lewis, of the Bay City Morn injs; Call, made a flying visit to our town, coming Saturday, spending Sunday here and returning home Monday. Both wrote up newsy articles for their papers, giying an account of what they ob served on their trip, from which we take the following extracts in regard to Che boygan: FROM THE COURIER. The village of Cheboygan is located on the Cheboygan riyer. at its mouth, on the straits, and twelve miles from Old Mackinaw, the northernmost point of the Lower Peninsula, and the terminus of the Mackinaw division of the Central. The Census gave it a population in 1880, of about 2,250, and the people claim a firesent population of 3,000, which I 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. — 11 February 1882

6 Northern tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1882. , "The President has approved the bill granting an additional pension to Mrs. Lincoln. Senator Ferry, has Introduced in the Senate a bill similar to the one presented in the House some time ago by Repres entative Horr, providing for the issu ance of postal cards with flexible covers to cover messages. During the month of January the national debt was decreased $12,078,836, The decrease since June 1881, amounts to $88,085,931. At the present rate of de crease, if the public revenues keep up the interest-bearing debt of the Uuited States will be wiped out in ten years. The House committee on Reform in the Civil Service Saturday had under consideration the question of establish ing another department of the govern ment embracing agriculture, commerce and manufactures. The sense of the committee is decidedly in favor of the proposition. Latter day saints submit to the Pres. Went a memorial, praying for the up rooting of polygamy, and show...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
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