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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 April 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 22, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 22.1882. A I I-ICV RD-MWN l'AUJ'. There's a tnrned-dowii pge. M some Vrttai Ha' h, In every hum tin life A hidden story of happier days, Of pein e amid the wt rife. A folded leaf that the world knows not, A love dream rudely crushed; Ihe sight of a face that is not forgm. Although the voleo Oe hushed: The far distant sound of harp's soft strings, An Echo on the air: The hidden page may be full of such things, Of things that onoe were fair. Here's a hidden page in each life, and mine A story might unfold; But tiie end was sad of tho dream divlne- It better rests untold. Philadelphia Enquiertr. WHAT Nil I.I. I l0 WITH II KK T Dr. Lovell shook the rain from his um brella, and stamped the mud from his feet. "Wretched weather," he muttered. "I hope nobody'll disturb me again to night." Just as he put his hand on the door, it was pulled open ty his little daughter, a black-eyed, dark faced child, of eight years, who e...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 April 1882

8 THE NORTEHRN TRIBUNE. APRIL 22 1882. Northern Tribune. Weather Report for llie Week ending Tburkrtny livening April. 30, 1882. SATURDAY. APRIL 22, 1882. Quite l few ducka are to be found along tho sliore of the lake now. The Firemen are to have their room repainted and new curtains put up to the windows. A number of trains of iron ore cars for the I). M. & M. R. R. passed through here this week. The street commissioner is doing a good joh in opening up some of the few sewers in town. The name of the Spencer house has been changed. It is now called the Metropolitan Hotel. Robert ('oner has commenced manu facturing backing again. Ho expects to turn out quite a lot this season. The storm was so seyere Thursday morning that the Cheboygan Lumber company's mill had to shut down. It is quite probable that nearly double the number of Canadian immigrants will arive here this season than did last. The Atlantic brought up and landed here Wednesday evening, the chairs for the additional s...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

The northem Tribune. 1 VOL. 7. C BE BO YG AN, MICH., SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1882. NO 4 3 1 f 1 i Northern Tribune. fVBUMUO IT1B1 sa i'i ItDAY. W. CHANULKIt. 'O. J. HVS V. O.fcHUMAl W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teoth Extracted without pain, Office, Muln street, opposite Pott & Van Arsdale's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Perrln, M. D. JP3ZJ3,ttTT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drop Store, Main Stiiekt, Jan CHE DO VG AN, M y. s, no i G an. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third 8t. I fob25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. fiHEBOYGAN, - JVX 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. Tho bar is stocked with the best brands ami Un arrest variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, Sl.50 per week, or 1 per day. First door east side of the brid t7Ju'y-tf GEO. W. DELI, OX AH ADAMS. ATTO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE APRIL 29. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 29.1882. The Boston Journal is coaxing Mr. Blaine to go into the House again. The nobility of St. Petersburg and Moscow bave offered to see the Czar safe ly through his coronation, and he has accepted their good offices. Vanderbilt, wanting as good a place to live in when he Is doad aa when he Is alive, will buiid a $200,000 mausolum on Staten Island, near the Moravian chnrch, the structure to be (50 feet high, and to cover V2 acres of ground. One part of a Hindoo oath is taken while the deponent holds the tail of a cow. The attempt to substitute the mule failed, as the deponent, on grasp ing the tale of the offended animal, rare ly lived to complete the oath. A Fall River paper meets with some little Democratic commendation in it h nomination of Abe Hewitt for 1884. Among the old hats which are thrown to the skies with cheers for Mr. Hewitt, the old hat of Mr. Tilden finds no place. Jacob Badger of New York, died, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

xrfE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRIL 92. 1882. Nokthekn Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1882. tviui:, nu toiti.i American whoat is selling ia England at H4M pof bushel. The iuereased area of wJieat sown ov er hut year is 5 10,000 acres. Sixty tht.u ii.d citizens of Cleveland and vicinity have pt titioncd for Sergeant Mason's parCo i. Three thousand per day scarcely cov ers the nninher of immigrants arriving in the United States. (irain is now carried from New York to London at one cent per bushel. Who is it that complains of dear transporta tion? The Canadian House of Commons has passed the bill authorizing the construc tion of the new Canadian Pacific Rail road. The total amount seut by New York city to the relief of Michigan lire suffer ers was $147,940.19. A truly noble con tribution. The President has received an invita tion to attend the Milwaukee industrial exposition in September and will proba bly accept. The New York papers say that every comfortable state-room upon the steam ers leav...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

4 NORTHERN TRIBUNE APRIL 29. 182. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 29, 1882. Murine ! alters. The Steamer Flora arrived up last night at eleven o'clock. The Van Raalte is proving about as regular as regards time, as a railroad train. The Keweenaw arrived up on time Sunday, and called bound down in the afternoon. There has been but little doing in the harbor this week in the way of load ing vessels. The tug Sumner left Duncan Monday morning with her tow of six barges for Touawauda. The Nashua had to go into dry dock at, Detroit, and consequently missed her trip this week. The Flora arrived up last Saturday eAening, having been delayed by tho blow of last week. It is reported that a line of propel lers is to be put on between Green Bay and Collingwood. The tug Messenger brought in be tween nix and seven tons of fresh fish Wednesday night. The schooner John Schutte arrived vesterdav morning and is loading lum ber from J. EL Waterman. Tho Schooner Rising Star arrived at Duncan City yes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APR I L 20, 1882. S Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL M, 1882. A oi.ls M)M. HKVIMF.D. 1 There an- uiilns fur all our Inaaes," So I Nttil Wllell I was young, If I sarw that soiu'tualn. 'Twonld not i- with thai refrain, Which but suits an llll toagtM. Vouth has gone, and hope hiisironc with it, Qono the strong MN for fame. Laurels aie not for thecld. Take them, lads, give Honex if "id What's an c crlasl niiiK name' Whoa My .lt ' was in its summer, Onu fair woman liK.it my looks; Now f nat Time i.i driven his plough In deep furrows on my brow, I'm no mure In her good books ' There are gains for all our losses?" (J rave besid- the watery sea. Where my ehtld is, and my heart. For they would not live apart, vVbat has been your (rain to me? No; the words I sung were idle, And will ever so remain; Heath and Aire and vanished Youth All declare this better truth- There's a loss for every vain ! ii:.th of joii.n . riDKt i:. From the Lansing Uepublican Rev. John 1). Pierce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

6 THE NumjtriRN TRIBUNE. APKTT, 20 iw Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 2H.1882. The Congressional committee on civil service reform will report a bill estab lishing a bureau of agriculture, making its head a member of the Presidents cabiuet. Oregon Republicans, in convention assambled at Portland, nominated a full state ticket and adopted resolutions, one of which relates to Chinese Immigration attd urges ita uutpensiun or restriction. On Wednesday of laat week ooe of the National line of ocean steamers bound from New York to LiAerpool paid l 1 j cents a bubel for the privilege of carrying H5,(KH bushels of wheat in I allast. This is an event without a parallel. Between the 1st of January. 1K5, and March II of the present year, 5,3MI,(X alien emigrants arrived in this country, and were added to its population. The arrivals of March were 65,281, and of the nine months ending March II were 140, 825 against 8oO,53l for the same period last year. The bill to place General Grant on the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 2!, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL -". 1881 TIM in e 1 1 i 11 no t is voice pf Ike bullfrog is heard MM BOW i section. Dr. Hurnett has disposed of bis inter ests in the Marine City House property to Chicago parties. Ed. Paquette of the poliM torco has been sick part of the week and oft' duty. He and Jas. Linn mako good night watchmen. Several flocks of wild geese passed over the the village this week immigrating northward. This would indicate warmer weather coining. The addition to the Bennett block, to be used by 11. Chambers, is fast ap proaching completion. When done Mr. Chamber's storo will be a fine one. Immigrants are arriving by about everv boat that comes in and the indi cations are that the tide will set into this county heavier than in any former season. The gravel train has been engaged this week drawing gravel for filling in across the bay preparatory for putting down ihe permanent track to the com pany's dock and warehouse. A man fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

8 THTC V( )irniKHN TRIBUNE. APRIL 29 1SS2. Noetheen Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 89, 1SK2. LAHK SI li:itlOK AIM li:. I'M. iBtercatliig im i t. nis Co ii ' nil ii if lli Prt-lilaloi-ic WorUs of Hit; tli lit . Prom Harper'H KMlM for May. The Lftfes SupiTior mines have tho nrt Yantagt' of producing metal free from any nlloy of antimony or nicklu or ar senic. Ia many of tho mines great masses of native metal are found so large that they must he cut to piseta with chisels. All the more important mines are sit uated on the ancient workings of a prehistoric-race. They seem to have been ignorant of the fact Hint copper could be melted, for they left behind them the fragments too small to use and the masses to heavy to lift. Every day they subjected it to a temperature nearly high enough, without making a dis covery which would have lifted tli m out or the stone age into the bronze tge, and perhaps have enabled them to sur vive the struggle in which they perish ed. They must have been very numer...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRIL 29. 1882. 9 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 80, IMS. II IN MM'I ET V AMI. There isn't much in hi m, 't i- t rue I Hut his eyes I licy hit pnvcltiin lillie, And hin himcl-t -Obtuok loveel With tiiolr delicate kIovts, Thut ure always an exquisite line; nut one thiiiK about this Lh i.h-.-. With the perfumed ambroai ! tinir, That makes bin i be prldi Of his set, far ami wide. Is his witching lOOltty air! Be tMkl a man's inches in th I m But his linen is faultlessly white: Anil the (jrao- of his 'tie," As ho Roes mi ii. in l- by it would put a mere artist to ttlgiu. His soft littlu heart knows do uare; II'' Is fond, he is sweet, ho Is fair; His voiee has a squeak, Kor its timber is weak; But, oh, myl his society air! As ho journeys through fash kn'ajftf street So small are his dear little feet H With his feminine "threes," Which he wears with sueheuso, Thut hi walking Is somethintr ooniolete. This (harming Adolphus Lo " h. r . Who parts In the middle his hRl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 April 1882

10 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRIL. 29- 1S82. Northern Tribune. BATUBDaI, APRIL 29, 1888. The Board of Supervisors hold an ex tra session next Tuesday. Will Van Valkonburg's horse ran awaw yesterday and for a time the fish market was lively. The new house of Mr. llapin, on W ater street is about iinished. It pre sents a very neat appearance. Pal nters are all busy, and as a conse quence tiianv of the houses in town have an improved appearance. Robinson & Thompson are poshing w.rl; on the Carmody building. The contract calls for the completion by May 1st. There still seems to be an immense amount of traveling done on the rail road; in (hot the opening of navigation dees hot seem to effect it much. Miss. Emily Klliott opened up a very flue line of spring millinery and dowers this week and as a consequence her store has been thronged with customers. Mr. Werner, who has opened a market garden on the Mackinaw road reports his vegetables getting along finely and expects to have some in ma...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 May 1882

The Northern Tribune. I VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1882. NO 44 Northern Tribune. HHLHU. liVERY SATl'KDAY. W. CHAMH. IU. C.J. HUM'. S. it AMS.YY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN IfcvdIIcli., Tooth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. T. A. IVi i in, M. I). 0. A. Perrln. M. D. PEBRI1T IBXOS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC, Office in Peoples' Drujr Store, Main Street, CHEnOYGAN, M Jan j. s. iol';i..vhs. DEPUTY 0. SrKVKVOK. Office at residence on Third St. fcb'25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIFR, Proprietor. nHEBOYGAN, - M II THIS ffoOM is so situuted that it commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain edintown. lUiard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the arrest variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, $ i.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east side of the brid t7juiy-tf GEO. W. HELL. OSCAK ADAMS. ATTORNEYS &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 May 1882

"9 NORTHERN TRIBUNE MAY , 1882. Noethern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 0, 1882. 'I'm repeal of the stamp tax on bank checks is said to be favored by many Democrats in Congress, in addition to the great majority of the Republican members. Aftkk long and earnest inquiry, the special committee in charge concludes that John Sherman appropriated no sta tionery from the treasury department to his personal and political uses, in the year 1880. The people of North Carolina are very much euraged at the Mormon missiona ries who are at work in that state and have shipped several converts to Utah, and the saints are liable to be mobbed if they return. Thk enrolling clerks of the two houses of Congress report that already more bills have been enrolled this session than during the two of the preceding Congress, which comprised three ses sions. The House has passed 320 bills and the Senate about 3(H). Thk saloon men in Toledo, as revenge for the enforcement of the Sunday clos ing law, endeavored to preve...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 May 1882

xriE NORTH KKN TRIBUNE, MAY (. 1882. 3 Northern Tribune. SATU RDAY, MAY i, lss. 4 $600 broom, run by hont power, sv'c.'s ill ' si reu f N iff ihven. But1' tht senators ft m eorgia irtts pecteil to resign (in amount of ill health. Thoiiatioii.il dtlt s at 'incut shows a reduction of t!i I d bt il iring April of SH4,11.-),K2:. The Kuroiica't strain rs wiling from New York Sat nil ty Mrritd away 1,217 cabin passengers. Four thousand im nigrants arrived in New York Sunday. 'I ho lota for the month will be ever 70,0 10, Brazil, annoyed at the maltreatment of her citizens in I'ruguay, is about to make a demand for redress. The annual report of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railroad, just issued, shows a deficiency of 1412,000. The Kentucky Legislature has voted $5,000 to be used for stocking tho rivers of the state with choice varieties offish. Prof. Riley computes thedamage done to the cotton crop of the United States by the cotton worm at 115090,000 yearly. President Arthur. Gene...

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

I I NORTHERN TRIBUNE MAY 8, 1882. Northern Tribune. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE SATURDAY. MAY , 1882. Mnrlii Mailer. The Valley Queen left Tuesday even ing for Elk Rapids. The Ste. Marie paid her second visit to this port Tuesday night. The Canadian steambarge Erin call ed in Wednesday after coal. The Keweenaw arrived on time Sun day, and was in going down in the after noon. The schooner Maumee Vallej arrived Wednesday, with coal for McArthur, Smith & Co. The Nashua was in Monday night before midnight, and called in Tuesday morning bound down. The steam yacht Morley had her boiler overhauled here, and left Tuesday evening for Pine lake. The City of Cleveland keeps a little ahead of her time tattle: arriving an hour or so ahead each trip. The Union line propeller New York made the run from Mackinac to Milwau kee in twenty-three hours. The steamer Pearl arrived up Thurs day night about nine o'clock, and called in yesterday forenoon bound down. The steamer Flora passed up yester day mornin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY G, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY b 1882. HTMNMIIIIMiN VICTORY. There are still a few towun in Massa chusetts where the railway train is never seen and where there is no telegraph. An un painted farm house, biir and square with long hams and sheds in the rear, stood in such a town. It was a ritiv in September, as hot and sultry as if it were midsummer. A doctor's sulky had just driven up to the gate and the horse toad hitched to the post. In tue yard, lying under one of the elms, was a boy of He was thin and pale; but there was a urisriit resolute look in his eyes that attracted one. Fred Appleton had been in Warnham for a couple of months. He had been sent out by his uncle, that no might have the benefit of the coun try air, after a long and prostrating fe ver. I he lad s eyes were fixed on the open door which led into the hall. Every- miiitr m ine nouse was ominously still Out of doors the chickens were "erak ing" about the yard and making sudden r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 May 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE MA'S' 6. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 0, 1882. low Sluoi W v Mnkr Farming: Hay? By steady, persistent, intelligent work. Tins is the Hecret of success in almost any legitimate occupation. It has been truly said that the "saddest hour in a man's life, is when he first conceives the idea that he can get a living without fairly and squarely earning it. This applies to all callings, but to none with more force than to farming. It is the intelligent work that pays best, A man may work on hid farm steadily and per iisteii.lv, year after year, and still make no money, and lain sorry to say that many do not make it pay, because their work is not intelligently done. It is braiu work that pays the best, and no work will pay, however steadily follow ed, unless guided by intelligence, and this I believe to be the reason why farm ing does not more generally pay in New England, and this is not so often pro nounced a failure. I believe that, as a gmeral rule, a man's succ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY G. 1882. Northern Tribune B ITURDAY, M H ft. 12. Tho Lancashire Leas bag sever bet! played in this state north of Detroit. The Town Hull is now fully completed and the stage and scenery finished. James F. Moloney A: llro. are making preparations for manufacturing Croak and ginger heer on an extensive scale Mr Packard, in his recent visit to Mar inette registered 2,000 ucres of land at the V. S. land office. It is cedar land, and located on Drummond's island. Drs. Perrin have in their drug store the finest case of mounted hawks in the state. It consists of with 17 differ species. Many persons, after examin ing, are surprised to know how many different kinds of hawks there are. A man came dowa from Garfield Har bor last night suffering from a severe wound in the head caused by a falling limb stiking him. Dr. Howes fixed him up all right and his pain now is much less. Twenty-four liquor licenses have been issued by the treasurer so far since the 1st of May, an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 6 1882. Nobthebn Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1882. The Arvtic WlinliiiK i'lt'cl. The twenty or more whale-ships which came down from the Arctic hist autumn have mostly started again for the same destination. These vessels will not ar rive in the Arctic hefore some time in May. They fish by the way, making long stretches out of a direct course, sometimes getting well over toward Ja pan, and sometimes nosing about the Okhotsk Sea, for any chance to strike a IVw whales in this latitude. Besides the Meet of sailing ships, there will be three .steamers in the Arctic this season viz: The Belvedere and North Star, of New Bedford, and the new steamer now on the stocks at this port, which will be completed inside.of the next two months. The sail ships are old-fashioned, short, oak-built ships, which have done good service in other business before they were sent around to t he Arctic. Some of them were packets years ago. They are still strong, weatherly ships, and seem...

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