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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 June 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 3, 1882. 9 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JI NK "'A, 1SKJ. ItitU AuicrlcanM. To a correspondent who asked him to name throe or four of the richest men in America, Hufus Hutch replied: "Well there are just four of them in the first class. First, Vanderbilt and his sons; second, Russell Sage; third Jay Gould, and fourth, James Keene. I sup pose you refer to men who have been directly connected with stock operations. Vauderbilt and his sons, who are all to gether, have got $300,0()t,(0. I am sure that this is not overstated, for the 60 or 70 million dollars they have in gov ernment loans represents their interest as it has accumulated. The next man is Russell Sage, who is richer than Gould He is worth from 160,000,000 to 175,000, ooo. Gould is worth from 40 to B0 million and Keene from 28 to 80. Those are pro digious figures. See what they repre sent of other men's losses, w hen you look at the present state of the stock market and what it is tumbling to. There ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 June 1882

THE NOUTI I KRN TRIBUNE. JUNE 3 1882. 10 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JUNE 3. 1882. Mr. James H. Cowley has commenced the manufacture of the celebrated Cronk lieer here. The band will probably give an ex cursion on the- steamer Dove a week from to-moi row. Moloney's auction sales are well at tended. H. J. A. Todd seems to be an at tractive auctioneer. We hear that Mr. John Gerow, of Mar shall, is contemplating coming here co engage in the grocery business. Trout fishing in Duncan creek still continues good. One party went down this week and caught 75 in a few hours. It will be seen that the Star Black smith shop has a new advertisement this week. That establianment is a popular one. Jas. F. Moloney's delivery team ran away Thursday. Except breakiug a case of empty bottles no damage was done. Muin street is again in a terrible con dition owing to the late rains. Such things will be bettered when the street is paved. Mr. C. II. Schuoor has opened a shop In tin Kcs.-dcr block, second fl...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

The Northern Tribune. I VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1882. NO 49 Northern Tribune. PUtlL I . . BVIBY SATURDAY. W. CHANDL.KU. IC. .1. HUNT. C. S. II A.MSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 par ea; in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEIM) YGAN Teoth Extracted without pain. Office, Mula struct, opposite Post & Vim Arsdale's. T- A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Porrin. M. D. 3E,IiT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drug Storo, Main Strkkt, jan CHEBOYGAN, M N, !H (iS.VSS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third St. febtt-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK 08ISB, Proprietor. cHKBOYGAN, - M XX THIS House is go situated that it commands tho best view of tho Harbor to bo obtain ed in town, illlard room in connection. The bar is stocked with tho best brauds and the argost variety of liquors to bo found in town. Terms, $ 4.50 por week, or f 1 per day. First door oast side of the brid Juty-tf QKO. W. BELL. OSCAIl ADAMS. BELL Sc -A.X3-A.3ivS, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 10. 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JI NK 10, 1882. Thf fusion Greenbaeker9 of Maine have re-noniiuated Harris M. Plaisted for gov ernor. Gen. Howard wants to see a high standard maintained in the studies and examinations at West Point. The German papers of Ohio aay the temperrfnce sentiment in the Repudlican party is the result of Puritanism. Not a bad thing to start from. An Ohio saloon keeper says that duriug a strike the demann for drinks is al ways greatest. Is this the reason that some of them encourage strikes? Thf Boston Herald, (Democratic,) im plores its party to not run Hancock again as it would be like trying to send up a rocket stick for the secoud time. In reply to a numerously-signed pe tition from the republicans of Maine ex Secretary Blaine has published a card declining to be a candidate for congress man at large. The Ohio supremo court bid not becide that liquor selling cannot be taxed as a business. They only decided that the way it w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

xrfE NORTH BRM TRIBUNE, -TUNE 10, 1882. 3 Northern tribune. SATURDAY, JUNK 10, 1882. wiii:. u i in: unit l. li. New York striking botllf re turn to w(rk. The Atluiti ic leebcfgi come within Bight ul KoHton. F.trni Ubor li everywhere higher thau it w,n in 1875. More 1 1 i t n 20 ) suicides in this country since the middle of February. In a single school in Charleston, S. C. there are 1,400 negro pupils. There is an old lady in Virginia who is'liviug with her 13th husband. More than 830000400 of gold has beon sent abroad during the present year. A man who is 21 years old and weighs but M pounds isa curiosity of Courtland, Ala. Mrs. Garfield has an income of about $lt,000in addition to the pension of $5,000. Victor Hugo heads an appeal for funds to assist the emigration of Jews from Russia. Investigation shows that over 75.000 New Yorkers enjoy their opium cum dignitate. Mrs. Morgan, a blind woman of Key West will consnmmate her sixth mar riage soon. At Harrisburg, Pa., the court has d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 10 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1882. ftlnriii MHttcr. The tug Klttie Haight was in yester day after coal. The Keweenaw called in going up and down Sunday. The steambarge Glasgow came up from Duncan Thursday, after coal. The City of Cleveland continues to make her time with great regularity The Pearl arrived up on time Thurs day evening aud called in Friday going down. The Nashua arrived up Monday fore noon, and called in going down in the aftornoon. The Schooner John Schutte arrived Monday night after lumber and cleared for Chicago. The tug Snmner called in Monday night after coal. She was bound down with a tow. The propeller Celtic, from Chicago to Montreal, was in after coal Tuesday morning about 2 o'clock. The tug Willie Brown, from Garfield Harbor arrived here Tuesday night to have some repairing done. The government steamer Dahlia was in port yesterday. She left a supply of oil etc. for the range lights. The tug Cal. Davis, of Detroit, ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 10. 18s2. 5 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNK 1. 1882. THE 1 1.1. WOK. Our souls may be creators tree, Yet what we make we cannot kill; The thimr forgot yet (tieth not, Once launched In Iwing hy our will. The ill word said 1h never dead, What e'ere repentant thing we do; There are uo tears of after years To make a wretched truth untrue. With those beloved from life removed, The hasty word who shall erase? Howe'er we weep, 'tis fixed and deep, Unchanged as death's unchanging face. Then let us feel how soon may steal That shadow o'er some loved oue's brow, And all bespeak, with spirit meek, As if the parting day were uow. And oh, at last, life's action past, How sweet to feel, as we depart, No Breath of ours hath chilled the flowers, Thai blossomed in a single heart. Selected. THE MINMNO JKWKI.V A l,v.il From the Mlory of n Detective's Career. Those who have read "The Moonstone" will remember how the experiment of Sergt. Cuff was set at nought by the ec centr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

i 6 THE N'oiiTl lERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 1o 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 10, 1882. Vermin on Doineatlc AiiIiiihIn. W e stated in our last issue that it was said that a stronger solution of com mon salt was an effective remedy for lice on cattle. While we never tried the remedy spoken of, we found it recom mended by one who appeared to have ex perience in its use, and who recommend ed it without equivocation. It also looked reasonable to ns, and besides, it was so cheap and easily applied that even failure could not entail much loss either in money or time. There is no question that so often comes to us, touching domostic animals, as how to rid or protect them from vermiu, which arenotonly exceedingly disagreeable to have about, but are of serious detri ment to the animals which they attack. The worry alone which the preying of such pests cause cattle, sheep, dogs, fowls or other living creatures, is very injurious to the general condition of the animal, and they are, besides, of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 10, 1882. II 'its, Oik, k Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. -lso nCa.n,-uLf"a.ct-u-xers of Tiro.., Copper slp-cL Sleet lien 'Ware, Slit cavy am in 'J " i Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 10, 1882. The boys are practicing base ball pret ty steady evenings now. A club will be organized to-night. Workmen have about finished the ex cavation.for the cellar for Post & Van Arsdalo's new brick block. Trowing for bass and pike in the river f is now in order. Some pretty good strings have been caught lately. H. Hale Cobb has rented his laundry to his brother-in-law, S. fl. Xickerson, who has managed it for some time. When will the cross walks be raised on Main street, is what a number of our citizens would like to know now. Our present Fire Company are surpris ing the citizens by the prompt manner in which they turn out at the alarm of fire. The roads are again in good condition for ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

8 NO I mi KK JUNE 10. 1882, NORTHEKN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JUNE in, 1882 Too Fnrticulnr. A gentleman who undertook to regale Home evening callers with lemonade, found on inquiry that there were but three lemons in the house, but with a laudable attempt to do the best he could under the circumstances, ho called for a spoon, he called for a bowl, aud he call ed for his lemons three. Instead of a bowl, however, ho received a pitcher and a lemon squeezer, both of which his wife brought from an adjoining closet; he "squozo" the lemons severally aud severely, and when not another drop of juice could he extract from the pulp, he found a very fair residum in the pitch er into which he stirred a generous pro portion of sugar, aud he kept stirring until the liquid was about the consist ency! of honey, the air flavored with the aromatic odor of lemons, and all present smacking their lips in anticipation of the draught, for the making of which their host was famous. Then he rang for the girl and h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

: - i THE NORTHERN TRtBTTNK. JUNE 10. 1882. 9 Northern Tribune. t BATORDAI, JUNE i". 1881. KuytiiK oHh . tin., ku,, nub The President ordered thirteen win dows to be rained, the let in the wuter pail renewed and all the dogs turned out of the room, then said: "When you cum across a man who has no vices nor weaknesses, :lrap him as you would ft hot 'later. De Uwd intend ed man to tie mo or less weak, wicked an wretched. It was not de ideah to turn out a perfeck man. If it had been we should have had neither religion preachers nor de bible. Airth would have bin lleabeu an' dar would have bin no call to die. "Natur' sometimes turns out a DOMOD widout guile, just as she turns out one eyed colts an' three-legged calves. Sich pussons soon become known as either fools or lunatics. It am agin Natui's way to bring men into dis world wid an angels wings already half grown. An' it am a leetle suspicions to tind too good a man. When you diskiver a human beiu' who isn't lame somewhar -who nebber...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 June 1882

10 VVRTHKKNf THIBUNE .1UNE 10. 1SS2 Northern tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 10, 1888. McArthur,;Siuith & Co. have put in new plank on their dock in front of their store house. Tho timber fur Packard's now mill, up tlte shore, was towed up by tho Cuylor Wednesday nfternoon. The rainfall last week was pretty heavy, so much so that the water in the river was raised considerably. A challenge from the "Physics," a base ball club at Sand Beach, to play any club here has been received. The lUth inst. is tho date the Sault baud hai settled upon as the time for their grand excursion to Cheboygan. Tho Fourth of July Committee has ex tended an invitation to tho Manistique band to be present at our celebration of that day. McDonald & Cueny, evidently expect a good hay crop to bo gathered this sea son, they have received several sulky hay rakes. The yacht Peachio loft Thursday with W. S. Humphrey, Cioo. li. Macaulay and others on a trout fishing expedition on the north shore. The boilers are be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

I I The Northern Tribune. VOL. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1882. NO 50 I i J Northern Tribune. PUBLtS H I) EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLBK. i J. HUNT. C. S. It MSAV. W. CHANDLS R & CO., Terms: $2 per ea, in Advance. drTm bTchampi O N .DENTIST! Tooth Extracted without puin. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdalc's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Perrin, M. D. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples' DrtlJI Store, Main Stukkt, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan , IMM IilASS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third St. fob25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MM If. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSTER, Proprietor. rjHEBOYGAN, - M H rpHIS House is so situated that it commands J. the best view of the Harbor to in' Obtain ed in town. Hilliard room in connection. Tho bar is stocked with tho best brauds and the argest variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, $t.50 per week, or $1 per day. First door oastfjide of the brid t7July-tf GEO. W. HEM.. OSCAH ADAMS. BELL dz -XD.ES, ATTORNEYS & COUNSE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNK 17, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1882. KEPI 'BL.ICAN STATS XVi:vnov A Kepulilicui state convention to nominate state offloeit and Tor the tMUIMOtlon Of other bunlnesH, will to hold at the opera house in the illufruof Kalamazoo, on Wednesday, August ;n. Lfta,a1 ii o'olook A M. In tujcordaiiet) with u resolution ttioptad nt Grand Etapipt, May 10, 1870, every county will be entitled to one delegate for each oOu of the total vote cast for governor at the hut state eleet ion (In 1880 and one add it lonal dele gate for every f motion of ItOU V0t68a but each organized county shall lu: entitled to at least one delegate. I'mler a resolution of 1858 no delegate will le entitled to a sent in the convention who loos not reside in the county he proposes to represent. In accordance with a resolution adopted at Detroit, June 23, 1880, the secretary of each county convention s requested to forward to Hie sc. i -clary of the state central committee, hy the ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 17. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JI NK 17, 1882. ''toe Nupert Isinu liikpictor. From tho Detroit Post ind I ribune The Chicago T riboue of recent date complains about the want of a supervis lng inspector u( that port and says: "Trie auperviaiiig insiM-nor I this dis trict is Btailonnl ..t Detroit, aud tho business of ihi iin is left i two assist ants, who are com pli ed to go to other points in tit.' perforaiuuce of their duties. Chicago, with its imineuse murine inter ests, is left, without adequate officers to do its business, while a way port like Detroit is furnished with a supervising inspector." Tho Tribune further asks steamboat men to combine and demand that a supervising inspector le perma nently stationed at that port. A few fig ures will serve to show that Detroit, al though termed a way port, is justly enti tled to the supervising inspector. During the year 1881,186 steamers were inspected at Chicago, registering 80,424 tons. At Detroit 124...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

4 THE NORTHERN TRTBTTNK. JUNE 17. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 17. 1882. ITluriuu Mailer. The banjo Nelson Bloom cleared Thursday with lumber for Touawanda. The Kovveenaw arrived up Hundny morning, and called in about noon ing down. The steamer Pearl arrived npThurs evening and called In bound yesterday forenoon. The St. Paul was iu Wednesday morning bound from Collingwood to Chicago. The propeller Ocean called in Tues day to report, on her way from Montrea to Chicago. The Flora arrived up yesterday after noon, and called in early this morning bound down. The Atlantic arrived up Monday evening, and was in Tuesday afternoon bound down. The propeller Toledo of the Colling wood and Chicago line, was in bound west Monday. The propeller Messenger brought ii eight tons of fresh Osh Wednesday for shipment to Detroit. Tho tug Kate Williams passed down Sunday afternoon with the wreck of the Northern Queen in tow. -The stoambarge(ieo. L.Colwell came into port Wednesday evening, aud ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

5 . HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 17 1882. ) I Noethern Tribune. SATURDAY. JI NK IT. L888. jruiilaiH olil Cuut Only oiib silk anil that not fttwl Dear nie.dearine.it is dreadful! and Aunt (iraysou caught np the pretty bodice of the garment in question, and gave it a spiteful little shake. Kathie, hemming rutHes by the window, laughed. "What can't be cured must be endured; there's no help lor it, auntie," she said. "Yes, there was help for it," cried the lady, tossing the bodice from her," if you had taken my advice; but you must go and act like a simpleton! The idea of a girl of your age giving away her hard earnings, and then getting married without a decent change of clothing! I declare it is to absurd. And you are making such a good match, too! Charles Montague comes of one of the best fami lies in the county, and he'll be rich one of these days, though he may be poor enough at the start, and you, having as good as thrown your money away, can contribute nothing not even able to buy y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

6 TH ZHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 17. 1882, Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNK 17, 1882. ApliorlNniM. A fellow feeling makes us wondrous kind. What makes life dreary is the lack of motive. To see what is right and not do it is want of courage. No man was ever written out of repu tation but by himself. Recollection is the only paradise from which we cannot be turned out. Charity and personal force are the only investments worth anything. It is in general more "profitable to reckon up our defects than to boast of our attainments. There are none so low but they have their triumphs. Small successes suffice for small souls. Next to sound judgement, diamonds and pearls are the rarest thiugs to be met with. Did a person know the value of an en emy, he would purchase him with pure gold. The silence that accepts merit as the most natural thing in the world, is the highest applause. The best that we can do for one anoth er is to exchange our thoughts freely; and that after all, is but little. We do love...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

- -r- : ; rlE NO in 'HERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 17 ID 3 L E B X 2T Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Block. 3dIcirL-o.fa.ct-cLrers of Tin, Popper sind. Slxeet lion "77"a,ro. Si ariwape. Detroit Mm Paints. Ik k. 11 lllllllW (JllSi. eavy mil L 7 1 Northern Tribune. 8ATU11DAY. JUNEl?. 1882. Tlie showers and hot sun tliis week has made vegetation fairly jump. The band hovs received a new instru ment last night, that cost $-15. They are in pretty good shape now. All the reports from Mackinac City are to the effeet that that place is enjoy ing an unprecedented boom, Mrs. Joa. .Murphy, Sr.. has opened n neat resturant in the Carmody building. It is a good location and she should do well. Jftt, K. Moloney & Hro. have commen ced work toward finishing their brewery. They are digging the cellar deeper and driving piles to run a platform out fo the river. The Cheboygan BM Hall club was or ganized on Thursday evening last, With ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

NOETHEKNT TK'IHI 'NE JUNE 17. 1882. Nokthem Tribune. &AfURDAY, JUNE IT, 1888. wmi:, wiui: uoiti.o. Mrs. (iarfiehl has leen elected to her husband's place as trustee, of Hiram col lege. The glucose factories of this country used up over 13000,000 bushels of coin lastye.ir. The two grandchildren of Garibaldi bear the names of Abraham Lincoln and John Brown. The export of specie during May aver aged over $;i,UOO,UUU a week. A heavy turn in the tide. The three-cent piece was coined from 1851 to 1ST:, inclusive, with the excep tion of the yiar 185". Tennessee marble brings 25 cents per foot more in the New York market than either Vermont granite or Italian marble The Pensylvania railroad company has a new engine with a seven foot driver, which makes B 00 mils) run in 80 minutes. The most valuable modern coin is the confederate sliver dollar, which is held by coin collectors at f 1,200 to $1, 500. Mrs. Azubah Olmstead, mother of Mrs. Governor Foster, died at the residence of the Gover...

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