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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 March 1882

xHE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARGH 4.' 1882. 3 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MARCH 4, 1882. WIDI'-t UIDIl WfltM. A pension for widow of President Tolk is prayed for. Thus far lvsii'nt Arthur has made 530 appointments, and of tliese 33 are 2sTew Yorkers. Judge Torrence, of Montreal has decid ed that a (livoite taken out in New Y'ork is legal in Canada. It is said that Chicago has the largest and wealthiest Jewish population of any city in the country. The first proof of the new 5-cent post age stamp (Garfield vignette) has been elegantly framed to bo presented to Queen Victoria. Fifty dollars was paid Monday for two tickets of admission to the Capitol at Washington to witness the Garfield memorial services. Thomas Allen, the representative from St. Louis whoisdyiagat Washington, is the richest man in Congress and is said to bo worth $15,000,000. A Belgian who landed at Castle Gar den Saturday has a pair of horns an inch long protruding from his forehead, and seems proud of his peculiarity. Th...

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

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 4, 1882, Northern Tribune. p3 T Ft Fja t!3 J i 7 IP YOU WANT TO BUY SATURDAY. MARCH 4, 1882. 7 March came in as aesthetic as -a big sun flower, but just wait until she goes out. Father Desmedt received a postal card from'IIubbardston stating immense damage from a storm last Tuesday night The south end of bridge wrecked, mill dam obliterated, grist mill damaged be yond repair and three feet of water over the top floor of the saw mill. A donation supper for the benefit of Rev. W. M. Campbell, pastor of the M. E. church, will be given by the ladies next Tuesday evening at the Grand Central Hotel. Supper will be served at 9 o'clock, Tickets 25 cents. All are cordially in vited. We trust that there will be a full turn out of our citizens that a substant ial expression of appreciation of the good work being accomplished by Mr. Camp bell may be given. The ladies will see that there is an abundance of good things and a pleasant time cannot fail to be enjoyed. All don...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 March 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MARCH 4, 1882. 5 Northern tribune. SATURDAY. MAKCII 1. 1882. Dealh'ol Morris C. Klinwr. A telegram from Morritt Chandler announces the death of Morris C. Shaw, brother of Mrs. Chandler, at Anu Arbor. . Xhursday at 2 o'clock p. m. This will be sad news to his numerous friends in our village. Morris was a young man of more than ordinary ability, a great student, always seeking after knowledge. He possessed a heart as tender as a woman's and found his greatest pleas ure in his studies and contributing to the happiness of others. Shirking no duty he was ever ready to do his share in the battle of life. For a few years he had devoted considerable of his time to the study of mineralogy and in further ance of this was attending the Univer sity this winter, giving his attention principally to chemistry. To Mrs. Chandler ho was both a son and brother, she having had the care of him from a youth up, and in her affliction there is not a heart in the community but feels fo...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 March 1882

0 THE NORTHERN -T RIBUNE. MARCH' 4. 1882; Northern Tribune. SATURDA1, MARCH 4,1882. House Committee on Elections de cides that the seat of delegate from Utah is vacant, neither Cannon nor Campbell being entitled thereto. Senator Fehry awaits opportunity to offer a bill to sell pine timber lands in the former reservation of the Chippewa and Ottawa Indians of Michigan. James Phelps, a Democratic member from Connecticut is the only congress man who has asked reimbursement from the Congressional Committee for his ex penses in attending President Garfield's funeral. In the House the resolution to appoint a special committee of nine to consider all subjects pertaining to woman suf frage was adopted by a vote ot 115 yeas to 85 noes, by a strict party vote, the Democrats voting no. Nominated by the President: Ex-Senator Conkling to be associate justice of the supreme court, and ex-Senator Sar gent to be minister to Germany. The nominations were referred to proper committees and reported fav...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 March 1882

THE' NORTHERN-TRIBUNE, MARCH 4, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MARCH 4.1882. WHY NIIOL'LITHEXriItIT OFMOK. it i: iitoi:ir ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S FAVORITE POKM. k O wliy sliouM t!i Hplrit of mortal le iroiul! fcikea Bwlft-fleetinir meteor, a fast-flyliifjcloiN', A Hash of tlie light ninjr, a hroak of the wave, Man passos from life to his rest In the grave. The leaves of the oak and willow shall fade, Be scattered around, and together be laid; And the young and the old, and the low and the high Shall inolder to dust, and together shall lie. The maid on whose cheek, on whose brow, In whoso eye Shone beauty and pleasure her triumphs are by; And the memory of those who loved her or praised Are alike from the minds of the living erased. The hand of the king, that the sceptre hath born, The brow of the priest, that the mitre hath worn, The eye of the sage and the heart of the brave, Are hidden and lost in the depth of the grave. The peasant, whose lot it was to sow and to reap, The herdsman,...

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

y 8 THB NORTHERN TRIBUNE; MAKQI L 'i 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MARCH. 4, 1882. ;., B sure and read the new ad. of Scott Brothers, merchant tailors. l Lecture nt tJie Town Hall on Monday the 13th Inst. A largo number of our merchants have been taking an inventory of stock. Quite a number of our townsmen are clearing up their premises. A right move. Those freezing nights and thawing days should make good sugar-making weather. New building projects are developing every day. Home of them being of quite extensive proportions. W.S.Smith received one of Corel's patent saw sharpeners for his new paw mill by rail this week. Fresh fish licve been in big demand for t lie past few weeks but it has been impossible to obtain them. The brick for Post & Van Arsdale's new building are heim,' delivered. They are froiii Sullivan's brick yard. When all t' e buildings talked of are put up there certainly will he no lack of rooms for olllces in our village. A good many potatoes are being broi...

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

VOL. 7. .CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1882. NO 30 Northern Tribune. rCBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CnANDLEll. C. .1. HUNT. C. 8. RAMSAY. w. CHANDLER & 3? X7Z3LX3IIEI&3. CO., Terms: $2 par Year, in Advance. DR. M. bToHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main sireci, opposite rosi a, van Arsuaio s. T. A. Perrln, M. D. C. A. Perrin, M. D. IFUXXiT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Oflico in Peoples' Drug Store, Main Street, CIIEIJOYOAN.M 7Jan DOUGLASS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third St. feb25-lm CHEDOYOAN. MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CIIEHOYGAN, - M II rpiIIS House is so situated that It commands a. me Dest view of the Harbor to be obtain ed in town. ill lard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and tho argest variety of liquors to bo found in town. lerms, fi.&u per week, or f 1 per day. First door east side of the brid t7Ju'y-tf GEO. W. BELL. OSCAR ADAMS. ATIOMEifS & COUNSELO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 March 1882

9, NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 11, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MARCH 11. 1882. The rumers that Mr. Gladstone will soon retire from the Premiership are re vlved. lie ia said to be worn out by work and anxiety, and looks pale and wan. PLAN9 are proposed whereby the bet ter delivery of letters cominer from for eign countries, and addressed to recent ly arriyed immigrants here, may be se cured. It is said to be almost universal opinion in England that the Queen's assassin is a lunatic; but it will be re membered that the same opinion was originally held of Guiteaa. Butter is being imported into the United States from llolstein in large qnantities. It would seem that our diaries and eleomargarine manufactories ought to furnish all we need of this article. Secretary Frelinghuysen, in behalf of the President and people of the United States, congratulates the queen on her providential escape from assassination. Dispatches of similar purport have been sent from many persons and places. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 March 1882

HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 11. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1882. WIDE, WIUK U'Oltl.It. St. Louis is making an effort to secure a mint. It will require $1,000,000 to repair the damaged Mississippi le ee. The Baptist ministerial araiy in the United Status numb, rs 10,514, besides the licoatiati'S. Winter wheat throughout Ohio, Indi ana and Illinois is reported to bo in a prosperous condition. Strong earthquake shocks occurred last Saturday around Bellinzona, in the cantou of Ticino, Switzerland. The Baptists of the United States are a large armv numbering B.a.ib.irjz, ac cording to the Year Book, just published. Montreal has a family named Cote, consisting of seven members, the young est of whom ot is 70 years old, the oldest 105. The Utah legislature has taken pre liminary steps looking to the admission of Utah as a state; convention to meet April 10. Four hundred rifles have been diseov' ered in connection with a plot in Cata Ionia, Spain, believed to be the property...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 March 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 11, 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. f ft Frl fJ D - . SATUKDAT.MAUCIin. 1882. ,V? ctj V7 Cj tSb tL VT D IF YOU WANT TO BUY CM lndlnn Itlver Correspondence. Indian River, Mar. 3d, 1882. To tho Editor Nohthekn Tkibvne. We have just returned from tho par sonage and will report. Rev. John Faxton is a hard worker and as all the lumber, &c, had teen subscribed and nearly all on the lot ho made a ""bee or raising" and 10 stalwart men responded and the result is the posts are placed, tho sills in position, tho joico laid and the frame up and soon we expect to have a good old fashioned donation party at the parsonage at which wo confidently expect to seo all our friends from Riggsville, Ohioville, tho Plains and in fact all from the cir cuit, As'wo now have good slehshing we hope they will come with their sleighs well loaded with well first the fair sex and second with the staple and necessary articles required to give a new minister a good send off in a new country. As y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 March 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAROH ,11. 1882. 5 V Northern tribune SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1882. Contributed. The I'll-ticklo-yoii-if-you'll-tickle-ino policy seems to have got a firm grip up on the congress at Washington. Friends must be remembered and rewarded, re gardless of expense. Good-natured much-abused Undo Sara foots tho bills, via the meantime the Ions suffering neo y jj stand whistling by, with their hands rta their pockets, wondering what it all meais. Men already loaded down with public honors and bestowed wealth, liv ing in princely style to be put on the "re. .t ei list" and furnished with a treasury jp of immenso proportions to suck the Jwt of their natural life; proved traitors .restored to position and wealth; wealthy corporations subsidized by large sums of money or ixensive grants from the public lands. Was thero- ever a greater delusion than that the American peopl are self governing? Well, they enjoj it all the same. Time and tide come to all men, but wait for none. Be r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 March 1882

6 THE NORTHERN TRTBTTNE. MARCH 11. 1882. NOETHEEN TEIBUNE. SATURDAI, MARCH 11, 1882. XV Uy In It? My heart aches when I look at the con dition of society to-day. Why is it that the gay, fast young man the young man that is helped home in the small hours of the night again and again by somo friend, and quietly put to bed by his parents until he has recovered from & tlrunken spree why is it that after coining to himself again, and carefully making his toilet, he can walk into the homes of some of our best families and take with him our pure, good girls? Why is it that girls when remonstrated with on the subject will so earnestly de clare, "he is always a perfect gentleman iu my presence," as if the gentleman could be put on and off like a Sunday coat! He is either a man or a brute! Why is it what is it, but a lack of per ception of true, noble principles? How can we commit ourselves into the care of a man whose breath is not only scent ed with liquor, but whose character is blacke...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 11, 1882. n. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MARCH 11. 1882. AT LAST. When on my day of lire the night is failing. And, In the winds from unsunned optices Mown, hear far voices out of the darkness calling My feet to paths unknown. Thou who hast made my home of life so pleas, ant, Leave not Its tenant when its walls decay, 0 Love divine, O Helper ever present, lie thou my strength and stay! Be near me when all else is from me drifting, Earth, sky, home's pictures, days of shade and shine, And kindly faces to my own uplifting The love which answers mine. 1 hae hut Thee, 0 Father! Let Thy spirit He Willi me then to comfort and uphold: No gate of pearl, no branch of palm, I merit, Nor street of shining gold. , Suffice it if my good and ill unreckoned, And both forgiven through Thy abounding grace I find myself by hands familiar Iteckoued . Unto my fitting place. Some humble door among Thy many mansions, Some sheltered shade where sin and striving cease, And flows...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 March 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MARCH 11 1882. NOHTHEltN TIMBUNE. SATURDAY. MARCH. 11. 1882. Look out for Miss M. W. Smart's new advertisement next week. Hon. E. 11. Thompson at the Town Hall next Monday evening. Wm. II. Daniels received a fine large safo for his office this week. Largo quantities of beef comes in daily by rail for our meat markets. There were $2G0 worth of tickets sold at the passenger depot last Monday morning. Mr. Patterson has had teams engaged this week hauling Band and stone for his new brick block. Head tho new ad of Greenthal & Co. in to-day's issue. It will be seen that they sell prints for 3 cents per yard. The attendance at the different churches last Sunday was rather small on account of the bad weather. Will Van Valkenburg expects to do quite a business the coming season. He will deal in fresh and salt fish and ice. We understand that there is to be a new millinery establishment ' started soon. It is to bo located on Main street' Business in town has been u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 March 1882

nnrm JEM . TUB TV"1 w u 4 IN ill VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1882. NO 37 lOBT Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER. C. J. HUNT. C. 8. HAM8AT. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DE. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. OfJlco, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. T.A.Perrin.M.D. C. A. Perrln, M. D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples' Drug Storo, Main Street, 7Jan CHEBOYGAN, M DOUGLASS. DEPUTY CO. SUHVEYOlt. Offlco at residence on Third St. fob25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEDOYGAN, M H 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 la stocked with the best brands and the argest variety of liquors to be found la town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or fl per day. First door east Bide of tho brid i7Juiy-tf GEO. W. BELL. OSCAR ADAMS. AirORNZJS 4 COUNSELORS AT LAW. CHEBOYGA...

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

p 0, NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 18.1SS2. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MARCH 18, 1S82. I II C AITOKTIOtf JIK XT. How (lie CoiiffrrMkioiiul Iistrict arc Arranged.' The following is the arrangement of the Congressional districts by the new apportionment till passed last Friday with the Congressional vote amipopula tion iu 1880. It is as satisfactory as it was possible to make it probably, and was only arrived at through the labors of a committee of conference. There are a few "sore spots" but they will prob ably heal in time, but be that as it may here are the districts for the next ten years, and they are all republican. First district Wayne county. Tonu lation KH'vUl. Vote Republican 15, democratic 15,U88, greenback 62S; republican plurality oi4; democrat and ereenoack over republican ul. Second district Monroe, Lenawee, Hillsdale and Washtenaw counties. Top illation lu5,538. wte Republican 18, U 15. democrat 10,50(5. greenback 1,071: republican plurality 2,3 K; republican majority bto. ...

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

0 HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 18, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1832. Rumors of Indian troubles are repeat ed from Montana. Fears aru felt in official circles abroad that war lietwwi R issia and Austria is not to be avoided. Indiana has eighty-six coal mines, employing 4,"7 men, and last year pro duced 1,771.37(5 tons. An American company is seeking from the Sultan of Turkey the right to build a railroad in the Province of Ragdad. Insurgent Arabs recently crossed the frontier of Tripoli, and after attacking the natives in the newly acquired French district of Sfax retreated. It is said that a majority of the senate committee on public lands at Washing ton favor while a minority oppose the bill to forfeit the land grant in aid of ihe Ontonagon and Brule river railroad. In the case of Brady, ex-assistant postmaster general Indicted for conspir acy to defraud the government in star route transactions, $20,000 bail was de manded of the accused by the court. In the cases of ...

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

0 NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH IS, 18S2. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MARCH 18, 1882. ITIurlii Matter. Capt. Mosier has the tug Geo. W. Cuyler about ready for business. Considerable vessel property Is changing hands at the various lake ports this spring. Amiot is getting the steam yacht R C. Wilson in good shape. With her new machinery in, she will be greatly im proved. The Van Raalte for this season will be manned as follows: Captain, E. A. Bouchard; Clerk, N. Riddle; Mate, G. Buell; 1st Engineer, T. Malloy; 2d Engi neer, A. Phillips; Steward, A. Gorrian. The old reliable wrecking tug Le viathan has been undergoing consider able improvement during the winter and. will come out this spring better than ever. Capt. Anderson will again be in command. ... Lumber charters for the season have been made between Grand Haven and Chicago at $1,42 per thousand feet to be transported by steambargesand consorts. Those who claim to be posted say that the net profit will be about tho 42 cents per thousa...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 18, 1882. i f Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MARCH 18, 1882. ' IomoiiRl. K.Nelson left for Detroit Tuesday morning. War. P. Preston, of Mackinac, was in town yesterday.. W..E. Smyth, j.r., of St. Jgnaco, spent "Wednesday here. Oscar Adams left for a short visit to Flint Tuesday morning. James F. Moloney has been spending several days in Detroit this week. W. II. Scott, and wife returned from Rochester, N. Y., Wednesday evening. E. II. Sager, of Burt Lake was down on business this wee and reported all lovely up there. Rev. W.M. Campbell spent several days in Bay City this week going down Tuesday and returning yesterday. N. Biddle, who is to act as clerk on the Van Raalto the coming season ar rived from St. Ignace Monday. Prof. Lowrie will leave next Monday for a brief visit .to his former home, Adrian, lie will return on Saturday. Dr. J. B. Patterson, of Rogers' City has been up this week visiting old friends. Geo. McAuley, who lias been spending the winter h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 March 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MARCH IS 1882. Northern Tribune. SATUItDAT, MAliCII 18, 1882. tueeii Victoria llcluii. Queen Victoria's escape from death at the hands of the would-be assassin the oilier day naturally directs attention to the mature ago which she has attained, and the uusual length of he reign. She was born on the 21th day of May, 1SU, and has therefore nearly completed her (3d year. She has thus already attained an age exceeded by only eleven of the sovereigns of England, dating from the Normau conquest namely Henry l,vlu lived to the age of 07; Henry 111, who Jived to bo Co years; Edward I, who livod to be G7 year; Edward 111, who at tained 03 years; Queen Elizabeth, who reached O'J years; James II, who lived OS years; George 1, 07 years; George 11,77 years; George, III, her grandfather, who lingered in imbecility until he was 82; George IV, her uncle, who was 08 when he died, and William IV, another uncle, who reached 72 years. The queen as cended the throne on June 20, 183...

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