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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 February 1882

THE NORTHERN TBIBUNM. FEBRUARY 11, .1882. Noethern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1882. Til UK f II K.VTIM RSH. It matters naught, my friend, how rich you are, How grand or groat, How brightly o'er j'ou shines ambition's star, With high estate; it matters not though rarest silks Infold , Your stately form, Or marble walls lulaid with gleaming gold Shut out the storm; But whether you have proved your noble birth By noble deeds, Regardless of the snares or sneers of eartli, And useless creeds; Whether your soul has soared in courage high Erect and free. With resolution that could dare or die, Is much to me. I care not whether you have won In fight A warrior's fame, Or graved lu sliver letters dazzling bright A statesman's name; It matters not that people bow the head In faltering fear, Or nations tremble with a nameless dread When you are near; But whether you have spoken words most kind, And sown the seed That bears rich fruitage in the human mind, Of thought and deed; Whether your ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 February 1882

V 8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. FEBRUARY 11 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1882. Henry Amiot is overhauling the steam yacht R. C. Wilson and making import ant improvements on her. . It is reported in the daily papers that mail cars will run between Point St. Ijjnace and Marquette, commencing the 15th inst. We regret to learn of the serious ill ness of Capt. E. C. Gaskill, of Mackinac island, but hope he may have a speedy recovery. The Gifford Brothers intend overhaul ing their tug, the C. M. Gifford, and bringing her out in fine condition in the spring. Col. John Atkinson has been obliged on account of business engagements to resign his position as major of the De troit batallion. Wo learn with sincere regret of the death of the wife of James Lasley, of Mackinac, which occurred Friday night of last week. The Scientific American says that a slight Aim of pure glycerine applied to show windows will prevent them from sweating or becoming frosty. We understand W. S. Smith has ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 February 1882

nrhnnnv EEEE BBUEJE a. VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1882. NO 33 in Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVKUY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER. 0. 8. RAMSAY. W, CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. CHAMPION DENTI ST! fTT - c"S iS CHEISO YGAN Teeth Extra- ted without pain. Office, Main Htroet, opposite Post & Van Arsdalo's. T. A. I'crriu, M. D. , C. A. Terrln, M. D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drug Store, Main Street, CHEBOYGAN, M 7Jun M IIS. E. I. IIOO I II, would announce to the ladles who have bo Kinaiy patronized nor, that she Is pre pared with A GOOD SELECTION OF LATEST STYLES to guarantee satisfao Ion at very low prices. We ar better prepared than ever to do First Class Dress and Cloak Making Young St., opp new depot, Choboyi i M 15octlm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. OHKBOYGAN, . w M II TIII9 House is so situated that It commands the boat view of the Harbor to be obtain od in town. ' illiard room in connection. The bar is stoc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 February 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 18, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAl, FEBRUARY 18, 1882. The House of Representatives has authorized the purchase of a complete set of the gold, silver, copper and nickel coins of the United States, for the use of the committee on coinage. ... In Great Britain the law requires that all infants shall be vaocinated within a certain period of their birth; a few months, more or less, and the law . is obeyed, like all English laws. Hence small-pox is not epidemic. . . , . . Tub Secretary of the Treasury report ed to the House that, In the enforcement of the internal revenue laws, twenty nine officers had been killed and and fifty wounded, and eight informers had been assailed and wounded. The Postmaster General has address ed a letter to the postmasters through out the country, asking them to respond to the appeal of the society of the Army of the Cumberland, and solicit contribu tions for a monument to Garfield at Washington. A Denver newspaper has libel suits...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 February 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 18. 1882. 3 Northern Teibtjne. f SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1882. M I DIC, WIDE UOBI.U. The Virgini.i legislature has abolish ed the whipping post in that state. The present crop of oranges in Florida is said to be the largest ever known in ' that state. Europe has 10,000,000 under arms at an annual cost of $2,810,000,000, directly or indirectly. Jay Gould says $1,000,1 0 a week would just about satisfy one-half the calls he has for help, year in and year out. The people of the Black Hill intend to give bonds for $500,000 to the first rail road which makes its advent at Dead wood. The highest bridge in the world, 301 feet from the bottom of the ravene and 2,051 feet long, is nearly completed at Acton, Pa. -s A hitherto unknown guano island has been discovered in the gulf of California near Port Lobos. It contains immense deposits. ' The Congressional Library, according to the Librarian's report, numbers 420, 092 volumes, as against 390,788 volumes a year a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 February 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 18. 1882. NOBTHEEN TBIBUNE. i,Q-T'-:H S 23" S I II. Chambers, Cheboygan, Mich., If 2m '. And the Eeason Why SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1882. Duncan C!ty Items. Reported for the Northern Tribune. Thompson Smith ia slowly regaining his health, but not yet able to give much attention to business. Messrs. Thompson Craig, and Paul Cushman of Albany are spending a few days with friends, and enjoying the fishing at Duncan. - The machine shop is still crowded with work, running until a late hour every evening. The molding room has been worked to its fullest capacity since about the first' of Jan. and is still be hind its orders. Mr. Roberts has had to make consider able effort to secure workmen to keep up his force. They are just finishing a 90 feet line of 3 inch shaft to drive the new edgers in the mill. Among the orders is one for a new cylinder for the Mary, 14x12 inches also, from Brazzle Bros of Grand Marais, sets of live rollers for circular and gang saws, to g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 February 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY IS, 1882. 5 Northmen Tribune. SATCRDAL FEBRUARY 18,. 1882. TIIE jaUIC'UWUIlALSOCIKTV. Aunu'l JTleellnjc IMt Saturday c,. iitution ami lfy.I.tiwa Adopted iteport of Committee on Permanent - Grounds. . Last Saturday forenoon the annual meeting of the Cheboygan County Agri cultural society was held at the Town Hall with a fair representation from different parts of the county. President Humphrey being absent Vice President Richardson presided. Hon. Jacob Walton, chairman of the committee on revising the constitution and by-laws, reported the result of the committee's labors. The report was ac cepted and the constitution and by-laws, after a few slight alterations, were adopted unanimously. M. W. Home, chairman of the com mittee on permanent grounds, reported that the committee after duly consider ing the matter, had come to the conclu sion that it was better to rent than to buy, and that a proposition had been made by the Cheboygan Horse associa tion to 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. — 18 February 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 18. 1882. NOETHEM TKIBUNE. SATURDAYFEBRUARY 18, 1882. Wheat Market In JHIchlgau. We have received from the Secretary of State a statement by counties of the wheat marketed by Michigan farmers during the months of August, September October, November and December, 1881. It is preceded by these comments and summaries: Preliminary to the collection of the information contained . in this report. the department obtained through crop correspondents, mayors of cities, and outers, wnat is oeueveu 10 oe nearly a correct list or the elevators and Hour ing mills of the state. The whole num ber ol these establishments, as shown by our list, is mi, of which 121 are located in cities, and 546 in 271) different town ships. With three exceptions the reports of the quantity or wheat marketed in cities were made by the proprietors, or men in charge, of the elevators and flouring mills. The reports from town ships were generally made by crop cor respondents, one correspon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 February 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, ; FEBRUARY 18,' 1882. ' Noethern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1882. THE MWEETNVBPRME. Down to the borders of the silent land She cos with halting feet She (lares not trust; she cannot understand The blessedness complete That waits for God's beloved at Ills right hand. She dreads to Bee God's face; for though the puro, Beholding Him, are blest, Yet In His sight no evil, can endure; And still with fear oppressed, She looks within and cries, "Who can be sure?" The - world beyond Is strange the golden streets, The palaces so fair, The seraphs singing in the shining seats, The glory everywhere; And to her soul she solemnly repeats The visions of the Book "Alas!" she cries, 'That world Is all too grand! Among those splendors and those majesties I would not dare to stand: For me a lowlier heaven would well suffice. Yet faithful In her lot this saint has stood - Through service and through pain; ' The Lord Christ she has followed, doing good. Sure, dying must be gai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 February 1882

3 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. FEBRUARY 18 1882 NOETHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1882. Talk about news, for Interesting In formation read Nelson & Bullen's ad vertisement. Those of our citizens who secured their ice previous to last Saturday are happy. Some who did not are now wishing they had. II. Hale Cobb has added some improved machinery to his laundry which enables him to put a superior finish upon shirt bosoms and cuffs. Under Sheriff Stewart of Mackinac county passed down yesterday on the train with a candidate from St. Ignace for the starboarding house at Ionia. After a suspension of business for several days the ice manufactory start ed up again Thursday night with every indication of a several days successful run. Alpeua Argus fays: "The telephone company is considering whether it will pay to have a line running from Alpena to Rogers City and Cheboygan next spring." Let it run. Last Saturday and Sunday about cleaned the streets of the village from snow and mud has bee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 February 1882

The Ioetieri Tbebume VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATUKDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. NO 34 Northern Tribune. TUBUS EV.iivY SATURDAY. W. CUANDLEU. C. 8. RAMSAY. W, CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M B. CHAMPION DENTIST! J.'SS CHEBOYGAN 'J&tJr- Midi,. Teeth Extra-ted w ithout pain. Office, Main street, opposite 1'ost & Van Arsdale's. T. A. Pen-In, M. D. C. A. Perrin, M. D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples Drag Store, t Main Street, CIIEBOrOAN.M 7Jan J". 8J, 1 IGLASS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Offlco at residence on Third St. fob25-1in CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - Jtf n THIS House is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed in town. Ullard room in connection. The bar Is stooked with the best brands and the anrest variety of liquors to be found la town. Terms, $ 1.60 per week, or $1 per day. First door east side or the brld 7Ju'yHf New Saloon and Boarding House. On the Kast Side of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 February 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAl, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. Tiie apportionment bill passed by the house will probably pass the senate with out amendment. TnERE are nearly 000,000 more women than men in England, aad a woman's emigration society has boon organized with agencies in Australia, South Amer ica, Canada and Iowa. American reapers, binders, and thresh ing machines will be one of the sights to bo witnessed In the grain fields on the Black sea next season, cargoes hav ing just been shipped from Baltimore for Odessa. : Some distress and suffering have come among the farmers of southern and southeastern,Illinois on account of tha shortage of last season's crops and the consequent impoverishment of the poo pie. But it is thought the needs of the case can be provided for amply by local or neighborhood charity. The Saginaw Herald has found an 'oldest inhabitant" who sets our present mild winter in the shade. Ills name is S. C. Manson and he says that in 1817...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 February 1882

I E NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBBUABY 25. 1882. ft Northern tribune. SATURDAY, FKBltUAllY 23. 1S82. Midi; wins: Woiti.n. Hon. John C. Xjw, of Indiana, has toen nominated assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Bretllirte's son U fitting himself for the stage, and will join the couipauy of Mr. John McCullough. The authorities of Wyoming Territory have signed contracts for keening , their prisoners in tho Penitent! i ry at Joliet. Baldwin, the defaulting cashier of the Mechanics National Bank of Newark, is to be detailed as librarian in the State Prison at Trenton. St. Patrick's hall at Hancock, probab ly the best public hall in the upper penin sula, burned Sunday morning, causing a loss on hall, etc., of $10,000. The cabinet considered the case of Fitz John Porter a few days sinco and agreed that the only relief, practicable was a pardon from the President.' The Kalamazoo Telegraph of Feb. says: "Wild pigeons flew over the town yesterday; robins made their appearance and sea gulls were seen ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 February 1882

4 NORTHERN TB1BUNE, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. Northern Tribune. gLgUSS? P. Chambers, Cheboygan, Mich.. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1882. Kotn Failure. A paragraph taken from our coterupo rary is going the rounds of the press which leads to the publication of tate ments to the effect that the ferry Algo mah is a failure. This is not the case. The Algomah is a success, ns an ' ice breaker, making easy headway through eighteen inches solid ice, ana two feet would not obstruct her. There is no hoat which will go through ice lergs from to ten feet ubove the water and anchored to. solid ground ten or twelve feet below. The company may have to seek some other landing placo where the ice does not pile up as it doos in front of the docks at Mackinaw City, but that does not mako the Algomah a fail ure. There may be exceptional days during thevlnter when a uoat cannot cross the straits. The Algomah will run through any ice which forms in the straits. 1 he only question is to find And the Keason Why landin...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 February 1882

THE. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY. 25. 1882. 5 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1882. Large quantities of freight arrive dally, by rail. Reserved seats for Banker's Daughter at the Central drug store. It commenced snowingthis forenoon, with indications of a good fall. II. A. Blake has the cylinder of the tug Cygnet at his shop boriner it out. He is also to make a new piston for .her. All reports from Indian River are to the effect that business is unusually good this winter and the business men are all doing well. A large amount of ice is now being gathered for next summers use. It is cut on the east side of the Cheboygan Lum ber Company's mill. An oyster eating tournament took place at one of the resturants last night. The winner got away with four cans in 30 minutes and is alive yet. Arrangements have been made to en- large the Indian River hotel. Smith Bockes is to remain in posession and manage it the coming season. Judge Carter was down from Indian River this week and inf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 February 1882

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. FEBRUARY 25. 1882 J Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. , Mate I.nml In Market. The annual report of the State Land Commissioner, the Hon. James M. Nea Hm'ith, makes the following showing of state land transactions: Acres of land hold by the state Sep- - . - - teuilwr ail, 1KS1 2,710,720,81 Deduct university land heretofore , . sold but not carried into the report 15,00 " 2,719,705.81 "Acres patented hy the United States During the year 400.85 Acres forfeited to the state during, the year 7,120.27 Detroit and Milwaukee railroad lauds reverted to the state 80,958.70 Total 2,758,191.69 Sales during the year.... 135,082,12 Nnmber of teres held 'by the state September 80, 1881 .2,623,109.57 These are classified as follows: Agricultural college land 140,803.67 Asset land 320.00 Asylum land.... 1,800.00 Detroit Milwaukee railroad laud. 80,958.70 Primary school laud. . . . . 401,958,83 . Salt spring land 2. 195.03 Swamp land........ 2,038,773.13 Universit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 February 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY, ,25. 1882. 1 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1882. T MS SO. MATTIK A. BUID.JK. Matty, Matty, darling M.itty, Love-crownwl royal littlo son, How my life is bound nroimd tliye How all joy throuli tlioo in won. Thy sweet words are choicest jewels; Round my heart I wear tliy smile; Listen, Father, wliila I pray 'Ihee "Keep uiy little one from guile." ' "When the evening shadows gather, And the toy3 are laid away, When the little prayers are ended, And his past holds one more day, Though his heavy-weighted eyelids Droop and close, yut sweet as song Come the lingering words, "Dear mother, Do not let me sleep too long." In the fresh and early morning, Ere the sun's full light Is shed, . How I hear his sleepy murmur, " Lot mo come into your bed." Then, with wavering, staggering footsteps, Dreamy eyes and nodding head, Comes my little rosy sleeper, Creeping toward his mother's IhhI." There, with soft white arms altout me, Perfumed breath, and lips so ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 February 1882

s. THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 25. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. Banker's Daughter. The Legislature met in a special session last Thursday. Rindskoff Bros., of the Star Clothing House received a large addition to their stock this week. Prof. Sweet will continue to glre his dancing lessons and his social hop every Thursday evening. Mr. Rollo has transferred his fire and marine insurance business to W. II. Daniels. It Is in good hands. The new Wertheimer building to be occupied by Taul Baker as a restaurant is fast approaching completion. Some of our young folks got up a dance at the Spencer House last Monday evening which was well attended. Tuesday night the train did not ar- rive until about nine o'clock. The de lay was caused by the heavy snowstorm. Chas. Nuite was down from his lum ber camp Thursday, and reported having 1,700,000 feet of logs already banked. The Michigan Central pay car was here Tuesday night and made the boys happy. It went back Wednesda...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 March 1882

' i ' i i tt rrn IERI TEBB TP w u VOL.7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1882. NO 35 tv nr N01T Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER. ('. S. HAMSAY. W, CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION rlJENTIST! Toeth Extracted without pain. Oflico, Mulu street, opposite Post & Van Arsdalc's. T. A. Perrin.M.l). C. A. Perrin, M. . PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Oflico In Peoples' Drusr Store, Mais Stkeet, CHEnOYOAN, M 7Jau J- S, DOUGLASS. DEPUTY CO. SUItVEYOll. Ofllce nt residence on Third St. feb25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIEli, Proprietor. , CHEBOYGAN, - ' M H THIS House Is so Bituated that it commands the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed In town. ' llllard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands ind tho arrest variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, $4.60 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east side of tho brld -i7Jniy-tf - .iJf. GEO. W. BELL. OSCAR ADAMS. SELL 5s -A-ID-A-S. AII0RN...

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

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 4, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MARCH , 4, 1882. THE AITOBTIONMENT. ANewl'Inn, with Objection to Some . of ike Oilier. To the Editor of the Tost and Tribune. There have been several plans suggest ed fur apportioning the state Into con gressional districts, but all of the plans that I have seen are open to serious ob jections. It is true that no plan could be devised that would suit everybody, but the following plan is suggested as one that is probably ns free from objec tions as any that could be devised. In this plan the chief idea carried out is to make as few changes as possible, particularly in the older and more densely populated portions of the state, also to avoid placing new congressmen, now serving their first term, in the same district, whereby their interests would be antagonized and retirement from of fice at the end of the first term follow in the case of any of them. The counties of Eaton, Ionia and Clin ton are each the home of a member of...

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