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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 May 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 6. 1882. 9 Northern tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 6, 1882. i i n, i i iihi;. Tht! following' hcniitlfiil poem wua written by the late I eniy W. LoagftttOW MM alter the death of his wife in MO. Alone I walked the peopled efiy, Where each seems happy with Ills own; Oh! trlomls, I ask no! for your pity J walk alone. No more forme yon lake rejoloee. Though moved by loving airs of June, Oh! birds, yourweet and piping voices Are out of tuue. fn vain for me the elm tree arches Its plumes in iuuny a feathery spray, in vain the evening's starry inarches And sunlit day. In vuln your beauty, su miner flowers; Ye cannot greet these cordial eyes; They gaze on other fielda than ours-- On other iklea The gold is rifled from the coffer, The blade is stolen from the sheath; Life has but one more boon to offer, And that is Death. Yet well I know th" voice of duty. And therefore, life and health must crave, Though she who gave the world its beauty is iii bei fftai e. I live O lost o...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 May 1882

10 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 6 1882. Northern tribune. BATURDAl, MAY , 1882. Don't forgot the Lancashire Lass to niglit. It is now lawful to catch speckled trout, if you can liml thorn to catch. U, V. llurne has been appointed health ullicei- fur this township. A good ap pointment. Supervisor Robinson has occupied the chai r at the last two sessions of the township hoards. A fleet specialty has 1 m inailo in tho scenery fur the Lancashire Lass at the Town Hall to-night. Kor May day Monday was rather chilly to say nothing of the inappropriateness of Hip several light Hurries of snow that fell. The Q( w uniforms of our policemen were turned out from the tailoring es tablishment of II. J.Miner. They look very fine. m il's bowling alley seems to run without regard to Sunday or common deceney. The Marshal should take no tise of it. Prof. Sweet's social hops are quite pop ular this spring as they are all well at tended. They are held regularly Thurs day evening, J. Pollock opened up his n...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

I J The Northern tribune. VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1982. NO 45 Northern Tribune. PPBL1 - I ID . v kky SATURDAY. W. 0HAMD&1B. V. .1. iu nt. 0. 1. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., f u-.bxjisiii::k,.3. Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! ('UK ISO YUAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main gtnvt, opposite l'osf & Vnn Arsdale's. T. A. IVrrin, M. D. 0. A. Ferrin, M. D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Fooplos' Drug Store, Main Stiiekt, Jan CHEBOYGAN, M DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third St. febsvim OHIBOTOAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIBR, Proprietor. cHKBOYGAN, - M It Til i s House is bo situated that it oommandi the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed in town. Milliard room In oonaeotlon. The bar is stocked with the best brand! and the argost variety of liquors to ho found in town. Terms, $I.5U per week, or J 1 per da v. First door east side of the brid i7July-tf GEO. W. ill i i OSCAlt ADAMS, ATTORNEYS &...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE MAY 18, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, MY Kl. 1SK2. The Supreme court of the United States denieil the petition for a writ of Babeei corpus in Sergeant Mason's case. The court decided tliat the court martial had full jurisdiction to try Mason for the of fense charged, that its proceedings were all within its proper jurisdiction and the sentence prouounced was not in ex cess of its power. The President has signed the Chinese emigration bill. It does not meet all the objections urged against the other one which was vetoed, but the important modification of time, from twenty to ten years is so material and the opinion of Congress was so decidedly expressed in its favor that, the President thought best to give the- measure his approyal. Senator Sherman has prepared a fa vorable report, which has been agreed upon by the Committee on Education and Labor, on the Educational bill. It provides for the sum of $10,000,000 for distribution among the States and Terri tories, ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

A I IK NORTH UK N TKIIUINK, M A Y V, 1XS2. Northern Tribune. BATUBDAY, MAI 18, I WID4K, miui: ivoui u. John Rogers, seulor rear idnUftl ( tho Dotted BtttM navy AM tut week. the inereated Importation of Ameri can product! i-i sdarmlftg the Italian gOVCI UIU 'lit. President Art Inn 's NUMMf cottage at Long Bra nob rut larger aeeotamodationa tluni the Bxeeatlre nauslen. Tlie lifetoM bod let of Capt De Long tad 10 men of the Jaannette wtw haw been fonml near the month f tlie Lena river. Cot i. I!. Henderson, of Dnbuqoe, Iowa, was elaeted Secretary of the Re publican Congressional campaign Com aiittee. (preparations are already making to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the evacuation of New York by t'ie British, November 25. 1883. The Pond law if pronounced constitu tional, will close two-thirds of the sa loons in Ohio. All tho prohibition labor in that state for the past 20 years has not closed one. "While England has increased in popu lation since 1811, 10,000,000, Ireland has decre...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

NOBTTTE KN" TKJRTTTSTTC MAY 13. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 13, 1882. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE lUurinv Matter. Ainiot succeeded in recovering all that was left of the tug Uncle Sain, and brought it into the harbor Monday. The City of Cleveland was several hours behind time Tuesday, the delay being caused by thick weather below. The schooner Mauniee Valley left with I cargo of lumber from McArthur Smith fk Co., for their yard in Chicago, Wednes day. -The schooner Lucy J. Clark arrived last Saturday, loaded lumber from J. II Waterman and left Wednesday for Chi cago. The schooner Canada arrived Mon day, loaded board timber from James Duggan and clear for Kingston, Ont. yesterday. Tho propeller Messenger brought in 75 packages of salt fish and two cars of fresh fish from Canadian waters Satur day night. The tug W. B. Minter came over from St. Ignace Tuesday, and was haul ed out at Amiot's yard yesterday for some repairs. The Nashua arrived up early Tues day morning but was unable t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

THE NORTHERN TRTBTJNM. MAY 13, 18S2. 8 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY 13, IMt, M KWt.l , WIMt KTOKY. sew A diamond ring on Angers that for a living!" The envy and suspicion that prompted this remark, and others like it, was turn ed into pity, when the womon of the Klnomsboro' learned that the genteel and reserved stranger, who had sought a home among them, was burdened with a great surrw. This lady and her little girl wore handsome clothes -they had no others and their appearance and manners were in strange contrast with their surround ings at Aunt Polly Carter's, in explan ation, the kind old woman told her neigh bors that Mrs. Van Dale was her great niece; that her own pretty home had been broken up, her money wrongfully taken from her, and she had come to live with her, and she was trying to make her living by making line shirts for a city store. ears after this, when greatly depress ed, and fearing that she was about to die and leave her little girl friendless, mrs. an Dale tol...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE MAY 13, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY II, 1882. A Ntreet Arab. Well, here conies one of the wolf-reared children to the ollice of the Children's Aid society, in New York. He has no cap nut liis tangled hair serves as a covering for his head; hright and cunning eyes look out from under the twisted locks; his face is so dirty and hrown that you hardly know what the true color is; he has no shirt, but wears a ragged coat, and trousers out at the knees and much too largo for him; he is barefooted, of course. He is not at all a timid boy, small as he is, but acts as if nothing would ever upset his self-possession, vvhatevcu- might happen. The benevo lent Mr. Macy, who has been dealing with poor children for the last quarter f a century, meets him. and asks ' Well, my boy, what do you want? "A home, please, sir." "What is your name?" "Haint got no name, sir; the boys calls me 1'ickety." "Well, 1'ickety, where do you live?" "Don live nowhere, sir." "But where do yo...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

THE NORTHERN TrUHITNK, MAY 13, 1882. 7 Northern tribune. 8 ITURDAY. MAY 13. 1882. Tlmrlow Weed was mttdo Lappy this Bjomittft by lliti arrival of it yonim iMffel ir. May tlio litilo WtMMl ftO ami prosper. Quito a party of young ladies ami gentlemen started for Duncan bay this morning on a fishing expedition. Fine strings of perch are being caught daily. Jack Allen after being liberated pro ceeded to celebrate the occasion by a big drunk and kept it up until last night when he was again "gathered in' by the guardians of the law. The night train now brings a through mail from Detroit which gives our citi zens the morning papers of that city the next morning after publication and the Eveniug News of the evening pre vious. The Van fttsJts brought down the body of a child of .Joseph Goodrou'S from Poufetts to St. Helena for burial at (irots Cap. yesterday. The corpse was taken to the latter place in a small boat from St. Helena. Capt. Bouchard reports that fears are entertained at Kirch ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

THK NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 13 1882. NOKTHJUIN TlilBUNE. SATURDAY, MAI II, 1882. lrlialiiKui Central Itulli-oml, Tho annual meeting of the Michigan Central rallXOftd stockholders was held at i Detroit on Thursday of last week. There was no change in the directors. 'I !k president's annual report shows home interesting statistics, from which the fol'owing are culled. i lie freight traffic shows an increase overla t year of 54,400,000 tons moved one mile, while the earnings, on account Of the sharp competition between the trunk lines, have decreased $.V2i , KH), or s. I i per cent. Had the rate of 1SH1 con tinued, the net revenue therefrom would have been $070,000, or over 5 percent on the capital stock. The passenger trattic shows an increase of 90,900)080 passen gers moved one mile, and of earning, $3ot ,'.' K). The operating expenses show an increase over 1880 of $l)i3,000. This includes the cost of 10,000 tons of new steed rails, 0 new locomotives, and 1 new iron bridges. Labor, mat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

THE NORTHERN TR TRUNK. MAY 13, 1882. Noktiiern Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1888. THE A.i.i:irs REVEILLE. Old winter is gone and young Spring now OODiefl tri 'plny; Sweet flowers .arc sprinjrinK wherever she t re ids Wliiie the bee, hovering o'or them, keeps hiimmintr Mid Sipping, Ami hints Rag her welcome in woodlands 1111(1 ineucls. The snow wreath no mo e i n the hillside is lyliig-; The leal InnN are bursting, bright jfieen, on each tree; Ho, anglers: arouse ye! the st reams are worth bring: Fit your rods and tiwuy to the fishing with me. Haste away! haste away, for the south u lad is blowing, And rippling so gently the faecof the stream. Which neither too l ull nor ton Hue yet is Mow ing Now clouded, now bright with a sunshiny gleam. At the foot of the fall where the bright trouts are leaping, In the stream wheie the current is rapid and strong, Or Just by the bank, where the skeggers seem sleeping, Then throw your tiy lightly, and you c mnot throw wrong. Thore's a joy in the cha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 May 1882

10 THE NOKTI IK1RN TRIBUNE. MAY V, 1882. Northern Tribune. SA'll lil'W. MAY 13, ISM'. Young MM, II you don't want your reputation smirched, avoid tho vory ap pearance of evil. Wo understand a Mr. bandervillo is to (pen a barbel shop in tlieCarmody huild lag win d it is completed. Dntlc ; ain's furniture store has a new ad. to-day. J. II. Tuttle is chief-engineer of that establishment. Why don't the village council have lamps pul up in a pertinent question now. They are needed bad enough. Trout Baking is said to he excellent in the Human creek. One man this week claims to have caught about 200 in a few hours. H. Chambers has about completed the 'cmeiit of his store, and is now recch log an immense stock to till it. He is btial DOM from the word go. ffha comet will be most brilliant in this latitude on May 2!th. It will be seen in its greatest brilliancy, however, from points south of the equator in June. The oldest inhabitant does not remem ber when there has been so long a blow of r...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 May 1882

The northern Tribune. VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1882. NO 40 Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CH.iNDL.Elt. lC. I. HUNT. C. S. IIAMS.VV. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per Year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION fe. DEMIST! I CHEBOYGAN Toetb Extracted without puln. Office, Main street, opposite Post ft Van Arsdale's. T. A. Perrin, M. I). C. A. Perrin. M. I). EPlIST BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drop Store, Main Sthekt, CHEBOYGAN, M Jun S. IM1K.I.1SS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third St. MM Ii OfilBOTOAIf, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OS I ER, Proprietor. rHKROYGAN, - M II THIS House Is so situated that It commands tho best view of the Harbor to be ODtai n od In town. Milliard room in connection. The bar is stocked with tho best brands and the arrest variety of liquors to bo found in town. Terms, 81.50 per week, or fl per dav. First door east side of tho brid i TJuly-tf GEO. W. him. OSCAR ADAMS. ATTORNEYS & COUNSE...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 May 1882

NOETHER.N TRIBUNE. ffl JJ ffi " 1 Three thousand dollars reward is of- T SATURDAY. MAY 20. 1882. If Ex-Senator Maine yields to the wishes of Republicans in Maine, he will be nominated and elected as one of the representatives at large to the lower Mouse of Congress. Amkuh an gold is going to Enropo at the rate of millions a week and the Eu ropeans are coming to America at the rate of a thousand a day. This presents a problem to be determined by the rela tive value of money and men. A Providence factory turns out tobac 00 pipes at the rate of 2,( : H),(K)t a year, i The 900 tons of clay used in their manu facture comes from Martha's Vineyard, (iovernor's Island and Lake Michigan, the three kinds being mixed and ground together. . Am BRICA has plenty of every grain and provision to sell, but she prefers to hold them out of the market and ship her gold to Europe. Last week $20O)G00 in gold , was shipped from New York for Europe, i and thus far the present week 18,460,000 1 has gone the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 May 1882

xHE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 20. 1882. Northern Tribtxe. SATURDAY. W W 2 , L882. wioi . in: iti.it. TIih total eotlpn product f th world is attoii t 7,(M K . liali'S. . Tin Amer- iu rt id Society has issued OfcOUO volumu t ;n paal year. Mark w . In s ;ii'- I .iiitf shipped from KboxvII e, l mi, in England. A Lwiilo.i f 4 i - a MMtlj luxury, a da'ys supply coating the city 100,000 for extra i?as alone. Miss Hurr. who died recently in New York, I'ved a miser's life and left s:!,l. (XX) to charities. VVilhur K. Storev bought the Chicago Times in 1816 for $21,0 Hand now values the property at $l,rX,!0. A bill was passed in the House for the removal of the remains of the late Gen eral Kilpatnck from Chili to the United States. r Indiana farmers in the valleys of the White and Moscattan rivers are suffer ing from inundations caused by the heavy rains. The Railroad Gazette foots up 2 JAM miles of new railroad constructed thus far this year, against 1,018 miles for the same time last year. A f...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 May 1882

I NORTHKKN TRIBUNE MAY 20, 1882. Northern Tribune. 8ATURDA1, MAY 20, 188& tli.rim Mutters. The City of Cleveland was In on time Wednesday, both ways. The steam barge Olean called in Wednesday morning bound down. --The Keweenaw arrived Monday morning twenty four hours behind time. The tug A. W. Wright called in Tuesday for coal. Hhe was bound up with two barges in tow. We see by the Detroit papers that t Fie propeller Nashua was receiving a new piston and would miss a trip. The steamer Pearl arrived up Sunday morning over two days behind time owing to the heavy north-easter. The Ste. Marie was down from the Sault Monday night bringing 51 passen gers. She left for the Sault Tuesday. The Flora due Friday morning did not reach here until Sunday afternooi. . The blow of last week caused the delay. The tiiix' Welcome, of Milwaukee, was in port Sunday, coaling up. She had the steam barge (Mean's barges in tow taking them to Bay City. Capt. Bouchard reports that they . had the Northern ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 May 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBTJNK, MAY 20, 1882. 5 Northern tribune. SATURDAY. MAY20, 1882. OUR FIRM!' NHM Our l.irgei W11mihI MMtMHi r First Iron anil Nleel Cral'i. F.lc. From the Inter-Ocean. The flrs t vessel ever constructed in North America was the Unrest, at Man hattan River, in the year of 1614. She was 16 tons burden, 38-foot keel, 4 1 1 . full length, 1 1 1 2 -foot beam. She was sailed by Captain Wilkinson, who dis covered the Schuylkill river and explor ed the coast from Nova Scotia to the Capes of Virginia in 1616. The first vessel built by the Massachu setts colony was in Salem, and launched July 4, 1631, owned by Governor Win throp, and named the Blessing of the Bay. The first vessel built in New Amster dam (New York City) was consiructed in 1631 by Adrian Block, and was so named. The first vessel on Lake Ontario was a little craft of ten tons, name unknown, used by LaSalle the explorer in 1079. The first vessel built on the shores and ever floated ON THK NORTHKKN LAKES. was the Or...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 May 1882

NORTH E UN TRIBUNE MAY 20. 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 20. 1882. feOMTIMI TO HIS OMICOAT. low Two Dutiful Sons were MHtlly Thwarted by a laihci s Speculation. From the l'hlhulelpbiu Times. A arootl deal of amusement lias been caused in dry goods trade circles during the past few days by the leaking out of a little story, at the expense of two youug gentlemen who are widely and favorubly known in the trade. The father of these youug men is a prominent Market street merchant, noted for his large wealth, shrewd business ability, and great econ omy, particularly in the matter of wear ing apparel. The sons, who are models of elegance and taste in dress, have for w long time born a particular antipathy to a certain venerable coat which has clung to their respected parent for many years, and often tried by persuasion to induce him to sell it to the rag man and buy a new one, but the old gentleman's invariable reply was: "Youpoyssphend money enough for clothes for one family. Dis ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 May 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 30, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 20, 1882. The corrected Hm tiilile of the M. ('. R. R.will be found in another place. Why don't we have street lamps V Well, we give it up. Ask the Village Council. Police business lias been unusally lively this week. The arrests have av eraged about two per day. The Chicago morning dailies now ar rive here the morning after publication, thanks to the night train. Only four more weeks at school Ind then the youngsters can run around town to their bean's delight. Samuel T. Bortell, who is to manage thfl Mullet Lake House the coming sea son, arrived Saturday. It is to be opened to the public .June first. From a notice in our extemporary we sea Mr. Gallagher proposes to have a board of review of his own, consisting solely of C. A. Gallagher. W in. Kennedy stole $28 from a man this week. He was arrested and on ex amination before a Justice plead guilty and was sentenced for one year to Ionia. Already a large number of s...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 May 1882

8 THE NORTH HFS'F. MAY 20. I8R2. Northern tribune. 8ATCRDAY. .MAY SO, 1882. Rev. Itr. Nwiiiu; on the Love ofifloiiey. Rev. Dr. Swing'H latest sermon was preached from the dull and seemingly incompatiable texts "Son, go to work to day In my vineyard" (Matthew xxi.. Js), anil, "For the love of money is the root of nil evil" (1 Timothy vi., 10). The charge made against money by the apostle, the preacher said, was an acci dent of the recklessness of the times. Pursuit of property was even more un scrupulous than at the present time. Wars were carried on for pillage, and the most conspicuous civil administrators made forcible levies of money on their provinces. The expression that love of money is a bad passion is full of mean ing, and whoever wi'l study deeplv the habits of the period must conclude that the "accursed hungee" was the cause of unmeasured wrong as done by nations and individuals. While pondering on the intense utterance of St. Paul, along eomea One broader and loftier, who...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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