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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 April 1882

HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. AIM ML 8. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, lss. NtMMfc WIN h mil ii Miidy nmrrictl women in various part of Pennsylvania are applying to control their own earnings. Much suffering an I many deaths on the western border of Minnesota were caused by recent wind storms. The Senate Territorial committee by a party vote insist upon the bill for the admission of Dakota as a state. The Burrows bill for the protection of innocent purchasers of patents is to be reported favorably by order of the House Committee on Patent. Secretary folger is now mentioned as a compromise candidate for governor of Now York, and admits that he would ac cept the position if he could get it. An attempt was made to destroy by dynamite the Andre monument at Tap pan, Y.. on Thursday night of last week. The base of the monument was ruined but the monument itself was not seriously damaged. The Department of Agriculture fur nishes comparative stiitemei.ts of the corn and wheat crops for 1...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 April 1882

v NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 8, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL H, 1882. Marin Nnttera. The first crafts through the b1 rait a passed down Tuesday morning. The schooner H. C. Winslow cleared from Chicago for this port last Satur day. The Cuyler received a new wale last week, and has been repainted and looks well. -Capt. Hart has his schooner the C. Hart newly painted and has been fitting her out this week. The Eva English came out the first of the week, with RobertTHolland as mas ter and Samuel Davis, engineer. Norman W. Lyons left the flrit of this week for Port Huron after the small craft he intends sailing this season. The Flora completed her repairs and left for Mackinac and St. Ignace Tues day evening. She passed down Wednes day about noon. The Chicago Inter Ocean gives the rates on lumber from Cheboygan to Chi cago at $2.00 to $2.12 per 1,000 feet and to Buffalo $4.00 per 1,000. The steamer Pearl arrived Thursday evening on her first trip of the season. She came out this ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 April 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 8, 1882. Northern tribune. S A riJRUAY. APRIL 8. IKX-J. PmmnIi Mr. 0. F. Forksyth arrived from Ray City last evening. B. II. Re(;oi,k hi rived home from Chi cago last Saturday. Rev. W. M. Cami-hkix returned from his trip to Bay City Thursday. Hon. Wm. McArthir retnrhed from his trip to Chicago and Wisconsin Wednesday. Robert Rohinson received a telegram that his brother, at Tonawanda, N. Y.. was dangerously ill, so he left for there Thursday morning. Mrs. J as. MeR. B. Scott and children, formerly of Klmira, N. Y joined her husband here yestsrday. Robert Coner returned from his trip to Saginaw Saturday. He was unable to purchase suitable tubing just at present fer the new test well, but expects it in short time. Frank I. Bkebe, of Columbus, ()., own er of the Indian River Hotel property, has been spending the week here inter viewing our carpenters and builders rel ative to putting up the new hotel build ing. Wm. Crisp, a scenic artist of Chicago, arrived ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 April 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRIL 8 1882. bp Northern tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1888. Tut latwt rumor about the two tele graph companies, the Western Union and Mutual Union past into the bards of frieBdfl of the older corporation, and that bereafter the two systeniH .will be worked iit complete harmony. 'l ' PRESIDENT ABVHUB proposes hereafter, it is said, to be guided more by bis own judgment in making appointments, tbe recommendations, of congressmen to be considered just as those of any other leading public men would be. In the United States Senate the Indian appropriation bill was passed, an amend ment paving been added authorizing tbe expenditure of $250,000 for the care, sup port and education of Indian children living west of the Mississippi and out sidf of five civilized tribes. Representative Spaulmno of this tateis reported as saying that the en tire Michigan delegation in the Mouse w ill vote against the extension of the franking privilege, and he does not think there is any ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 April 1882

Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL H, HH2. in. i.i k or iioi.ii. Lost HoiiituvlitMH -ayroldfii hour Of this flowing m i r "n i lt t i 1 1 n ' daj ; Since the sunrise, ere the sunset, I liae Inst it on the wii). Was it wlien 1 Hat and loitered That short chain of such ;rut cost Slipping Idly through my Angen That ny golden boor wan Tost. Was I talking of my ueighlrons Weitfhintjr all their hopes ami cares, And too full of idle gossip Well to mind my own alTairs? Ml I fret away the ininntejt? Was I narmnrlog? Was I cross? Where could all iii, sens have Mown to, Tliat I met with such a loss? For my hour was a jewel. And with sixty small ones set, Round each minute sixty seconds Made the radieuce brighter yet. They could buy me, oh, what riches! And what wisdom could they bring! Each was worth, in its true value, All the jewels of a king. For the Lord would give me something (If I went to Him ) for each ; Oh, how precious those short lessons He can in a minute teach. Hi, how grand those ...

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

.1 s . THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRILS 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL H, 1882. It makes a great difference ia a rnan's appearance, whether he gets elected or beaten. S. Hakt r A Son, commenced this week putting in a new dock in front of their old warehouse. II. J. Miner speaks to you by his new ml. in to-day's paper. It is plain enough so that even a deaf man can read it. Attention is called to the new adver tisement of Miss Kmily Elliot. She will probably return from Chicago to-night. Two ladies were Baptized last Sunday evening at the Baptist chapel in this presence of a very interesting congrega tion. Mr. II. H. Packard has purchased, for outside parties, the house and lot of Alex 4ieror on Huron street, paying therefor, 1,800. Betnefhber Prof. Sweet's Paster ball at Kessler s hall next Monday evening, lie has made all the arrangements for a grand time. The. first question strangers ask when looking over our town is "why don't you people keep your streets clean?" Echo answe...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 April 1882

2 The Northern Tribune. IHTfiO? VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, APRIL LB, 188-2. NO 41 Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED KVKRY SATURDAY. W. CHANIU.KII. C. J. HUNT. C. 8. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Tooth Extracted without puln. Offlee, Main street, opposite Post it Van Arsdalc's. T. A. Perrto, M. I). C. A. Perrin. M. D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC, OHiee in Peoples' Drug Store, Main Stkkkt, CHEBOYGAN, M ijiin J IM)H.HSS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. ( Mllco at residence on Third St. febiVlm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M H rpHIO House Is so situated that It commands L the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed 111 town. illiard room In eonneetlon. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the unrest variety of liipiors to bo found in town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or f 1 per day. Kirst door east side of the brid . 7JU y-lf (1K). W. HKI.r. OSCAIt A1AMS. ATTORKEYS & COUNSELORS A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 April 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 15, 1882. Northern' Tribune. SATURDAY APRIL loflfti. I 1 ! ipknd;ok WBMmMM w -A The old man sail, and he sMke the tnitli, "A sorry night is a spwiulthrirt youth, Who aeeks Tils case, ami who loves display, And has no thou lit of a rainy day! And who lias never lioen taught to spare Will have an old age lull of care; While lie wlio earns and is slow to spend May live in comfort till life shall end.1' The old man said, and Ids voice was hushed : "Ah! many a one into guilt ha rushed, Because with a reckless hand he dared TosiNMid the gold that he should have spared. "And many a rich man's son I meet, In my dally rauihles along the stteet, Who has his dwelling among the poor, And a hnngry wolf is heslde his door. "The other day I received a call From a prodigal son who had spent his all, His days of frolic and feasting are o'er, He hegged a pittance from my store. "Spend or spare! it is yours to choose. If it's time you waste or money you lose; And your future di...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 April 1882

i tl K NORTH E RN TRIBUNE. APR I L 1 5 1 882 . 3 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, IHM2. Ski kktaky TnLB is a practical man. and will conduct the affairs of the Interior Department on business princi ples. TU Albany Argus says "Tilden is the only peer of Jefferson that this country ever produced." How solemn the thought that both these peers are dead. While no one would deny the body of Jesse James a Christain burial, it did seem a little like blasphemy to have him canonized at once and laid to rest with the hymns that are so often sung in memory of good and just men. It is believed at Washington that the motion to quash the star-route indict ments will be overruled, and that the trial of the consirators will commence the last of the month. The mills of (iod are grinding very slowly, but we can hope that they are grinding "exceeding small." Thk clergymen of orthodox Mormon Church who deny that polygamy is au thorized or even justified by the Mormon creed, have been in conference...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 April 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE APRIL 15, 1882, Northern tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 15, 1882. Tin rill I Mallei -Capt. Totld is fitting out his i choon er Minnehaha, for the season. The Flora arrived up on her Metal trip yesterday afternoon. She was well loaded. The Nashua arrived up Wednesday, one day behind on account of bad weath er below. The tag Pendell came out Tuesday, just in time to capture the first schooner, the John Miner. The Northern Bell is about ready for navigation. This week she received a new coat of paint. Schooner C. Hart left yesterday afteraoon after a cargo of stone for the water works pump house. ('apt. Kanville is fitting out the st. tinner City of Cheboygan and getting her ready for her season's work. Capt. Sam Dodd lias been fitting out the schooner Gibbs, which he is to sail the coming season, this week. The tug Cygnet is being put in good shape at A mint's ship yard, and when she comes out will be almost as good as new. The Lawrence arrived on her first trip from Chicag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 April 1882

THE NORTHERN TRfBUNK. APRIL 15. 1SS2. 5 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 15, 1M82. Quite a number of new safes arrived for our business men this week Remember l'rof. Sweet's social bop at his ball next Wednesday evening. Reserved seats for the entertainments are for sale at Kenburg & Cooper's. Boys, get out your fishing tackle, the fish have commenced to enter the river. "Ticket-of-Leave Man" at the Town Hall Thursday and Friday evenings next The Cheboygan Brnss band will make their first appearance for this season next week. Remember the opening of millinery goods at Miss Elliot's next Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Robinson, the new Supervisor, will commence the work of making assess ments next week. H. A. Blake has purchased 0. S. Clark's interest in his blacksmith shop and will thereafter run it himself. John Becker has been refitting his .saloon. Some of the inscriptions on the liar glass are certainly origiual. There are said to be some ducks on In dian river, between the rai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 April 1882

NORTHEBN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, APKIL 15. 1K82. m idi:, wiih: vorm. Husiness .failures m tlie I uitoil States durlug last week, 127. Mansion House fnml for relief of Itus sian Jews now amounts to $330,000. The nomination of Senator Teller to the Secretaryship of the interior was promptly confirmed by the Senate. The decrease of the national debt so far daring the fiscal year U $115,:i32, 389. A bill appropriating $20,000 for the purchase of seed for the Mississippi suf ferers by the overflow passed the House. The Ford brothers, who killed Jesse James, have been threatened with the vendetta by the banditti of Missouri and Tennessee. The gold imports at New York for the two weeks, ending April' 1, wero only $42,318 against H,14r,77K for the same period last year a at It is estimated that in Great Britain 378.151 person are engaged in under ground work, conducted in galleries ex tending 58,714 niiles. The House Committee on Education and Labor has ordered a bill drafted to Rimronriate 10J)...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 April 1882

I Northern Triju ne SATl'RDAY. APkIL 15, 1SK2. A II ID OF Ti n B, BY RLEANOR 1. 1 UK. "Now I'm goinjf to show you why J struck out for myself." 1 had been driving h mile or two with my cheery friend, Dr. Mary Stedman, and until that moment was unaware of any motive for the ride other than Un usual one of pleasure to us hut h. "I have a warm place in my heart for my native Vermont," she went on; "and knowing how I love it, 1 am pure you have often wondered why i did notlgH main here instead of seeking a limine am! a profession for myself aiming strau- gers 1 1 1 I i I f r I, often sp-'culati'd on this very I had subject but there was no time to confeftsA;1 uu" "B uo "uapiwn inai any or it, for at that moment my coinimni'ii i, , ,, i reined up suddenly, and with a brisk "Here we are!" jumped from the car riage. ' Thin," pointing to a weather-beaten but still coiufortahle-looking house, "is the homestead. Since the death of our parents iny eldest brother has lived here. You needn't lie...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 April 1882

THE NORTEHRN TRIBUNE. A PUTT. IB 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1882. The water mill will start up some time next week. I I Ttcket-of-beave-llau at the Town Hall next Thursday evening. Reserved seats for Tickot-of-Leave-Man can be secured at the Central Drug store. Miss M. W. Smart will have her grand opening of millinery next Wednesday and Thursday. The Star Clothing House have a new ad. in another eolumn. Read it and make them a call. Under Sheriff Cobh started for Adrian with the girl Lena King, sent to the Re form School for girls there, Tuesday. It makes it real enibarrasing for the young men when the girls at a dance want to know why they are eating so many cloves. The Cheboygan Lumber Company's mill started up Thursday. Their mill is well fitted up and they expect to Imve a good season's rut. C. W. Parr, at the Grand Central, is agent for the sale of tickets to all the principal points, and is also agent for McClure's express. At the special election held in Mack...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 April 1882

The Northern Tribune. I VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1882 NO 42 Northern Tribune. PCnLIS.lKI) EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHAMM.IIK. ('. .1. Ill' NT. C S. It MSAV. W. CHANDLER & CO.. PU"BLI3HEK3. Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION OENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted witbotit pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post A Van Arsdale's. T. A. Pcrrln, M. D. C. A. Perrin. M. D. ZFIEZELZEillSr BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. OfHoo In Peoples' Drug Store, Main Stiiket, CHEnOYGAN, M Jan J- S. DOI I.I.ISN. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Ofllco at residence on Third St. feb25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. pHEBOYGAN, - M H TniS House is so situated that it commands the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed in town. Milliard room In connection. The bar Is stockod with the best brands and the nrgost variety of liquors to be found Id town. Torms, 1.50 per week, or $1 porday. First door oast side of the brid i 7Juiy-tf GEO. W. BELL. OSCAR ADAM9. ATT0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 April 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE APRIL 22, 1SS2. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1HH2. A CAUCCSof Republican representatives was held last Saturday whereat it was agreed to briug about prompt action on all important matters of legislation and in every way to expedite the business of the season. The new comet, now about 130,000,()0 miles from the earth, will be about 80, 000,000 miles away May 20, wheu it will b a bright object iu the heavens, and start off with a splendid display that is expected to last during the month of June. Alaska should have a territorial gov ernment, in the judgment of the senate committee on territories, and a bill for its establishment has been agreed on. The question of the creation of a court in Indian territory is under consideration in said committee. Congress has passed the "omnibu claims" bill, providing for the payment of 1,359 different claims, most of them for small supplies seized in time of war. nearly all the claimants being farmers. Total amount appropr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 April 1882

.lHE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 22, 1882. 3 Northern teibune. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1882. hiui:, HUH. UOItl.lt. Scovill is lecturing to empty benches in New J.Tsey. At Leinont,Ill..l,'XK n irrymen struck for an increase of wages. Texas used to feed Iter pecans to the hogs, now she sells the crop for $2,000,- ooa Clara Brooks, a little girl of 11 years, jumped the rope 200 times last Monday, at Cincinnati, and is now de.til. The Czar's coronation is going to cost 17,600,000. lie better use the money to pay premiums on life insurance. The private claims before Congress foot up in the neighborhood of fciioii.iHHi, 000. The country is not dying of modes ty. If there be a Wyse nun or woman from Ireland, he or she will perhaps be inter ested iu the following: "A man named Y cently died intestate in Dublin, leaving real estate value 1 at lo,ooo,000 and,, personal property to the same amount." The old wooden chair upon which Jes se James stood to hang the picture just before was shot, and which ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 April 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE APRIL 22, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 22. 1882. Hnrliw Mntter. The tug Kate Williams ot Detroit pent Snuday in the harbor. The Atlantic arrived upon her sec ond trip, Wednesday evening. Keweenaw arrived up early Sunday morning and was la bound down about noon. The tug Mary A. Day arrived Satur day. She is one of Mr. Tolsma's fishing fleet. The Van Raalte is making very fast time this season. She now gets in here before dark. Tuesday morning the tug C. E. Tendell took in three vessels to Duncan Bay at one tow. The Pearl arrived yesterday morn ing at seven o'clock, having been delay delayed several hours by Thursday's storm. The Lawrence arrived early Monday morning and left as soon as she dis charged her freight, intending to load at Charlevoix. The schooner Lottie Wolf arrived Monday, loaded lumber from Mattoon, Ogden & Co and left Thursday evening for Chicago. The Schooner Stampede arrived Mon day and cleared Thursday with a cargo of lumber from the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 April 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRIL 2-2, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 22. 1882. We would call attention to the an nouncement of Mrs. I. A. McLin. She has a very tastely arrai.ged store and we hope our readers will mako her a call. Jas. K. Smyth and wife started for Marquette Tuesday, where they go to make their future home, as Mr. Smyth intends to go into business there. "Jim," during his stay in Cheboygnn,rjhas made many friends among his acquaintances and they join, one and all, in wishing himself and wife much prosperity and happiness in their now sphere of action. According to announcement Miss M. W. Smart had her grand opening of spring millinery and fancy goods last Wednesday and Thursday. They were so elegant and attractive, and ar ranged in an artistic manner that every one could not help but look at and ad mire them. If our ladies can't find any thing to suit them among the many pretty articles displayed at her store they need not look further. The trenches for the found...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 April 1882

THK NOKTEHRN TRIBUNE. APKIL 22 1SS2. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 82, 1888. TVnture'M Remedy. The man who gave the annexed para graph to the world deserves to be esteemed as a benefactor of his race. Every word is brimful of truth, and while such as are bowed down with pro found troubles may doubt the elliacy of the remedy presented, if they will try it they will surely feel more relief than from any other treatment. We have tried it in period! when almost crushed with sorrow, and found it nature's rem edy: "If misfortune hits you hard; pitch in to Bomethiug with a good, will. There's nothing like good solid, exhausting work to cure trouble. If you have met with losses, you don't want to lie awake and think about them. You want sleep, calm, sound sleep and to eat your din ner with appetite. Hut you can't unless you work. If you say you don't feel like work, and so loath. g all day telling Tom, Die and Barry the story of your woes, you'll lie awake ami keep your wife awake by to...

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