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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MARCH .18, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MARCH 18. 1882. entf.rtainixm itv.n met nintuk's HEAD "My sister' 11 le down In 'a minute, and Hays you're to wait if yon please; And says I inijjlit stay till slie came, If I'd prom- ise her never to tease. Nor speak till you spoke to me first But that's noiiseme, for how would you know What she told me to say, if I didn't? lon't you really and truly think so? "And then you'd feel stranj;e here alone! And you wouldn't know just where to sit; For that chair Isn't strong on the legs, and 'we' never use it a bit. We keep it to match with the sofa. But Jack said it would be like you To flop yourself rijjht down upon it and knock out the very last screw. "S'pose you try? I won't tell. Your afraid to. 0! you're afraid they would think it was mean! Well, then, there's the album that's pretty, if your finsfers are clean. For sister says sometimes I daub it; but she only says that when she's env-s, There's her picture. You k...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 March 1882

s THE NORTHEKN TRIBUNE. MAKCIT 18 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MARCH. 18, 1882. W. C. Moore has added 1G feet to the rear of his barber shop. P. Sullivan is delivering the brick for the pump house of the water works. The cornet band has begun regular practice again and are making fine pro gross. ' There is some talk of a first clats base ball club being organized here the coming season.' The election in the village of Macki nac resulted in the defeat of the regu lar Democracy by an Independent ticket. Two cars loaded with boilers and boil er fronts for a new mill being built in the upper peninsula arrived here Thurs day. Potatoes are being brought to this market from the Black Lake region. Fifty cents per bushel are paid for them on the ground. II. J. Miner has been busy this week taking an inventory of stock. He says he is going to make a stir in the cloth ing market soon. Rev. J. Homer Parker, formerly pastor of the Congregational church of this vil lage, has just resigned hi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 March 1882

r 1MJIE VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, MARCH 25 1882. NO 38 ,1 IOETIEES j HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. FUBL'.SUED 1SVEUY SATURDAY. W. CHANDI.En. C.J. HUNT. C. B. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 psr Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION 5hTK n r 11 T I a t i CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. OIIlco, Main street, opposite Tost & Van Arsdale's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Perrln. M. D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Ofllco in Peoples' Drug Store, Main Street, JJan CHEBOYGAN, M . S, DOUGLASS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Oillce at residence on Third St. fcb2Mm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEIIOYGAN, !M II THIS House is so situated that it commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed in town, "illiard room in connection. Tho bar ia stocked with tho best brands and tho argest variety of liquors to bo found in town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east sldo of tho brid i7juiy-tf GEO. W. BELL. OSCAR ADAM;?. BELL 5c -A-3D-A.lvS, immm i...

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

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 25, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. MARCH 25, 1882. The Bay City Press says Jessie M, Miller is coming Into prominence as the Greenback candidate for Congress in the 10 th district. The most creditable thing yet reported about tho Dembcrrts of Tennesseefis Gov. Hawkins's remark that they hate each' other worse than they hate the Republicans. They know each other."' The Governor of Tennessee has called a special session of the legislature, to meet April 6, to redUtnct the state for congressmen, and for other purposes. No allusion is made to a settlement of the state debt. A .Monster . petition, handsomely wound on a roller, was sent to Washing ton from Chicago praying for the par don of Sergeant Mason. The petition contained about 100,000 names, and measured over 800 feet in length. In executive session the Senato ratified the declaration that the United States accede to the Red Cross treaties of the Geneva conventions providiug for the care of the wounded o...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 March 1882

j. HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 25. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1882. WII1IC, HIDE WORLD. Coloucl Bliss promi jo that there shall be "no let-up" in the star-route conspir acy pros hm for. A lin. of U men steamers lias been chartered to bring 1 ,0 0 emigrants from that port to Haiti .uore at the rate of 1, 000 a week. The cirtulatioi of standard silver dol lars for the wt ek ending March 11 wa9 $ 14 1.500, ngaliist $203,100 for the corres ponding period last year. The tide of foregn iniinigration to the United States has et in for the season and the volume is) expected to exceed even the heavy figures of 1831. The Garfield memorial window has been placed in St. James Episcopal church at Long Branch. The window contains a fine likeness of the late Pres ident. In the Senate Mr. Sherman presented a protest signed by many Union veterans against the passage of any bill restor ing Fitz John Porter to the rolls of the army. At Utica, N. Y., a lunatic named Iten shaw shot and d...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 March 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MARCH 25, 1882. : 4 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MARCH 25, 1882. OTarlu Matters. The tug T. M. Bradley is being put n good repair, at Amiot's yard. The Mary was hauled up at Aniiot'a ship yard Wednesday to receive at new wheel. Her new engine is to be put in soon. The Flora left Detroit Wednesday morning, was at Sand Beach Thursday , night but had not reached Oscoda last night. Mr. Tolmah, owner of the propeller Messenger, has purchased the old Bis " marek hull and will fit it up for a tow : barge. ' - P. J. Klein, agent of the Northern Michigan line of steamers at Milwaukee . writes that the Champlain would leave that port for Cheboygan and intermod . iate port's this evening. The Inter Ocean says, the schooner Young America and Morning Light are reported as having chartered to take Inmber from Cheboygan to Buffalo at $4 per 1,000 feet. The following steamers compose the Lake Superior Transit Company's line the present season: India, China, Japan, Winslow, Nyack.St...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 March 1882

THE NORTHERN ,TRIBUN.K. MARCH 25, 1882. 5 1 f L Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MARCH 23, 1882. No, Tom, the people have found out at last that shoddy clothing don't pay. Fact. Jim. good clothes are the cheapest, and II. J. Miner keeps them, and don't you forget it. Pernonnl. E. Nelson arrived homo ly railroad Wednesday evening. Geo. W. Bell left Thursday morning for Grand Rapids and Detroit. John McKay took the train Monday morning for a business trip to Detroit. W. CiiAxpLEU left by the train Mon day evening bound for Sault Ste. Marie. Will Allaiu and Louis Fexir arrived home from their trip to Detroit Saturday. Hon. Wm. Me Arthur, left oi the train this morning for Saginaw and Detroit. Wji.' Rindskoff will start for Detroit Monday to get new poods for the Star Clothing House. Miss Emily Elliott leaves for Chica go next week to purchase her stock of spring millinery goods. Mrs. S. H. Wric.iit and daughter Ilat tie returned homo Wednesday evening from an extended visit. W. M. Youno, re...

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

6 THTH3 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MARCH 25. 1882 Northern tribune. BATUBDAl, I1ABCH tt, L881 a h ouii to Tin; Mm, For the Nuitnit.itN TuiiiUNK. (iirls try to do something. Dou't tliink because your "darling papa" lias a little laid by for a stormy day you are thereby excused from learning any useful em ployment. Possibly you do not need to go into the kitchen and scrub, and scour, and bake, and into the wash tub! although it is well to learn all these things, and won't hurt you in the least, not only to know when they are well done, but how to do them yourselves; but, as 1 was saying, if you are not obliged to do such work, there is plenty of other work. Exert yourselves to be useful in some way. Especially take care of your own wardrobe and help in the care of your sister's, or brotlier's, or father's clothes; keep them repaired and tidy and ready for use at any time, relieve your mother, insist oo sharing some of the burdens of the household, or in helping someone in some way, wherever yo...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MARCH 25, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. II Aid II 2.",. IHH2. THBBK 4NOBU1. VbJ say (his life is barren, ixmx ami cold; Ever the HUM sad son;,' was suiif,' of old, Evt tlie hainc loity, weary tale is told; And to lips is belt! Ho- ou) l stnli , And yet a little !.c can swet U n life. They say our hands may grasp liut Jon to. stroyed, Yoiiih has hot dreams, and agftJHI achin" void Whose dead ea fruit lOOff, long ago has cloyed' Whose nighl with wild, tempestuous storm in rife Ami jet a little hope can brighten life. They way we Mng ourselves in wild despair Amidst the broken treasures there, Where all is wrecked, where all once promised fair, And stall ourselves with sorrow's two edired knife Ami yet a little patience ptrtngtMtU life. Is it, then, true this tale of hitter jrrter, f mortal anguish Andtalg DO relief? Lo! 'midst the winter shines the laurel's leaf; Thr -e angel! share the lol of human strife. Three anr-ls jjlorifj the path of life. Love, Hope a...

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

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAKCH 25 1882, Northern Tribune. I ITCRPAY, MARCH. 25. MM. There was I brilliant aurora on exhi bition last Sunday night. Geo. Jordan has discontinued his res taurant over 0. A. Gallagher's saloon. Newton, I 61 lis Hi Co. shipped a carload of hemlock extract yesterday for Lincoln, Nebraska. C K. Tibbott has purchased a lot on Voting street, and w ill soon erect a resi dence thereon. Nelson & lUillen will have in a new stock of goods next week and also a new advertisement. Sweet has added a now piano to his orchestra, which is now the best in North, em Miohigan. Our carpenters are all kept busy now-u-days and no doubt will be for the balance of the season. The weather this week has been rather winterish for spring, but better have it now than later in the season. From all accounts the immigration to our county from Canada the coming summer will be unprecedented. Jack Simpson the well known hack driver now drives a team of his own, haying purchased it of Mr...

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

The Northern Tmbune. VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, APRIL t 1882. NO 39 Northern Tribune. PUBLlS IKK KVKKY SATURDAY. W. CHANOM.U. C.J.HUNT. C 8. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION UENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Poet & Van Arsdale's. T. A. Porrin, M. D. C. A. Perrin. M. D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drujr Storo, Main Stiibet, CHEBOYGAN, M 7Jan J MUG I.ANN. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third St. feb25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OS I Eli, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M H mills House is so situated thut It commands J- the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed In town, iliiiird room in connection. Tho bar is stocked with tho best brand! and the a rarest variety of liquors to bo found in town. Terms, 9LK per w.rk, or $ per day. First door east side of tho brid i 7Ju y-l I GKO. w. UUc OSCAR ADAMS. BELL 6c -A-IDIrs, ATI0RNE7S I COUS AT LAW, C...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 April 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL , 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1HK2. The Rkhbi.ican congressional cam paign committee has been chosen, and in itMr. Hubbell appears as a membfw! Michigan. A petition signed by nearly 3C3 j lish clergymen, besides several m men, prays .Moody and Sankey to &4 a year to evangelical efforts in I don. The location and and maintenanc a harbor of refuge at Ludington, U will bo pressed upon the attentior Congress through the Committee Commerce. The star route service in the I'u States and Territories coflt annnally, der General Brady, 2J9 1 l.H".."). Contr for for the same service have been n Tin: Nat ional House of Itcpresental passed the Senate bill to regulate restrict Chinese immigration, the being ayes 1H7, nays ftf. It is genei believed at the capital that the 1'ivsi will sign the bill. Ik it is true, as Democratic papen that Republicans are responsible, polygamy, anil that Democrats against it, how did it happen the day in Congress that every...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 April 1882

HE NORTI I KRN TRIBUNE, APRIL 1. 1 882. 3 Northern tribune. SATURDAY. APR 1 1, 1, 1 sv WID W1UK iHHII.Il. Mi PhoetM CosaeoBi the loffrsgisl, wants the Piwldrat to make her OM of the Utih raorgaiMT i, Seven BttropwfD itotsnships arrived Wed nes i. ;y -i last week ami landed MMtmmigrtltffr'i Cattle Garden. John Bright will do himself the honor of writing a preface to the English edi tion of Fred. Doagit-S'l autobiography. The PostorRre committee lias decided to reccommond a postal card with a flap which can be licked down over the mes sage. In the United States Senate a bill has been introduced for the admission of Washington territory into the Union as a state. At Havre, France, a life-boat, while attempting to rescue the crew of a ship in distress was capsized and her crew of nine men drowned. The Chinese government has about concluded to send 50 of the recalled stu dents back to Hartford for the comple tion of their education. The 2,000 strikers at Lawrenee, Maif, throw out of empl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 April 1882

Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 1, 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APR.Tr, 1 1882. GRAND OPENING lUwrlna Matters. The Keweenaw left Detroit Thurs day night on her first trip for the season' The Atlantic, of Grunimond's Macki nac line, will not leave Detroit until some time next week. The schooner Christie went ashore near Luddington, Tuesday night, and is reported a total loss. Loss $:,(. The tug Geo. W. Cuyler, Thursday forenoon, demonstrated that she was an excellent ice hreaker. It was due to her efforts that the Flora succeeded in getting in port as soon as she did. A collision between the steambarge Leland and the schooner E. M. Portch oc curred off Sheboygan, Wis., Sunday niglit. The schooner was sunk and the Leland badly damaged. No lives lost. The tug Uncle Sam, bound from Bay City to a hike Michigan port, lies in a precarious condition on Light House Point, where she was run hist Snminv morning, having been Injured by the ice ami being out fuel. The propeller Oneida has been sold...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 April 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 1, 18S2. 6 Northern tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 1. 1SS2. I'orional. P. Mom m v started for Detroit Tues day. Dtt. M. B. Champion spent a few days in St. gDAM thil week. 990. W. BBLL returned hont Tuesday from his trip to Octal Kupids and De troit. Mrs. Da. BlAOH, of Indian River, came down Wednesday and spent a couplo of days. MM. W. 8. BUMPBBTI left for Lan sing by train this morning. She ex pects to be gone several weeks. M. A. McHenry came down from In dian River Thursday to attend a meet ing of the Hoard of Pool Superintend ents. II. .1. Minkk arrived homo from his trip to Chicago Tuesday. His largt atoek of spring clothing will be here in a few days. II. W. Bird arrived from Adrian on the Flora, lis is a mason and contractor tad will probably make this his future home. Hknry Ward M' Artiii'k. of this vil lage was one of t!ie 'rradiiates of the law department of the University this week. We congratulate Henry upon getting his "sheepskin." .Miss Kmii.y Ki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 April 1882

0 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRIL 1- 18R2. Northern tribune. BATUBDAY, APRIL 1, 1882. xiinpl. , Hut True. "What 4 am lonpfingartor," said Hi ith II (ianlncr, "what I am ko&ffiu' nrter am a light of a good old fusliiom d man or woman nidi as we could find in td ery house tliirty y'ars ago, hut sich as cannot he found now in a week's hunt. It makes me lonesome when 1 realize dat our our old-fashioned men an' wiin in am no mo'. In de days gone by if I fell sick one woman would run in wid catnip anoder w id a bow l o' gruel, 'au tears would be shed an' kind words spoken, an one couldn't stay sick to save him. In dose good ole day de kali ker dress an' white apron abounded. An hones worn m wasn't afeared to wash her face on account of de powder. Kbe ry woman wore her own ha'r an' site wore it to please herself instead of fash un. Thick shoes kept de feet dry, thick clothes kept de body warm, 'an there was no winkin' an' wobblin', an' talkin' frew de teef. Uar' was goodness in de land in ...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 1, 1882. 7 Northern Tribune. BATURDAY. A.PBIL 1.1882. TIIK WOKKIXO-1IAN. Tho noblest M I Know on earth Are totn irfa ne baadiwe brown with toil: Who, haokcd tur no ancestral proves, it w down tin' wood and till Um dbW Ami win therettj ;i prouder name Thau follows ting or mtU tlofu (MM. The working men whatever the task Who earve the tone or iteai the hod, 'The hew upon thi ir tioueat brows Thf tonl Mil an I Maiup of (rod; Ami worthier arc their drops of sweat Thun diamonds on a coronet. Gtod Idess the noble working men Who rear the cities of the plani, Who illtf the inines who build the ships, And drive the commerce or the main. (iod bless them; tor their toiling hands Have wrought the gkffjr of all lands. "Pshaw!" said Harry, and tossed the paper away. "Dou'i you like it?" I ventured to in quire. "Like it .-' no! til ft made op story. The only good stories are true ones." "Do you mean to say that all the glor ious fictions that have enchained, that have ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 April 1882

V 01 s THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APKIL i 18R2. Northekn Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 1, ML Easter Sunday a week from to-nior-row. The range lights were lit for the first lime ltd Sunday evening. The went her this week lias mixed enough to suit the most fastidious. Don't try to kick any old hats off the sidewalk to-day; its April fool's day. If you have not registered for town ship election do so before 8 o'clock to night. Nearly all the camps are breaking up aud most of the men came down the fore part of the week. The water mill is fast heing got into order and no doubt the cut from that mill the coming season will be large. Dr. A. M. Gerow has been appointed examiniug surgeon of the Pension de partment for this section. A good selec tion. The Chicago Lumbermen's exchange Monday advanced rates for April from 50 cents to $2 per A I ou several grades of lumber. The ferry Algoniah has had pretty good luck in crossing this week having made regular trips every day since last Saturday. A great ma...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 April 1882

0 The Northern Tribune'. CHEBOYGAN, MICH.. SATURDAY, APRIL 8. 1882. Nt 40 CI VOL. 7. k i r; Northern Tribune, PUBIJSIIED KVKHY SATURDAY. V. (II VNIU.KII. :. ). HUNT. S. ItAMS.VV. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Tooth Kxtrai'tcd without pain. Olliee, Main street, opposite Posl iV Van Arsdklo's. T. A. Perriu.M. l. C. A. Perrln. M. ). PHYSICIANS. SURGEONS, ETC oilioc in People' Drag store, Main Bnunrr, CHKnOYG AN, M 7jan . s. no i reLAMi. DEPl-TV (0. SURVEYOR. Olliee at residence on Thinl St. Icb25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, " FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHKBOYGAN, M H THIS House is so situated that it oommandl the best view of the Harbor to be obtain in town. 'Millard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the argest variety of liquors to be found In town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or if 1 per day. Kirst door oast side of the brid . "July-tf (1EO. W. 1IKI.I.. ost All ADAMS. ATTORNEYS & COUNSEL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 April 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL S. 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1HH2. ''ffMiiNplantlnir Tree. From the I)troit Pmt and Tribune. Nearly every one who lives irv country at some time plauts trees, how few know just how to do it perly. At the outset it is necessary to be mind that the tree is a living body that the process of removal inte with its;f unctions, and that when it i placed from the ground causir arrest of the circulation thil constantly goiug on between the tie the soil, a shock is sustained. Every fiber destroyed lessens by so much chances of success, and when a gri portion of these are gone the tn forced to depend on its own vitali supply a new set of rootlets before gr can take place. In the begining bear in mind :h is important not to injure the root to preserve as many as possible ptr larly the small ones, for these are ' must be depended on to start the gi in the new life. Where trees are dr to be removed a short distance pre all tne roots if possible. When the t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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