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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

xrtB NOKXilHSBN TRIBUNE. JUNE 17 1882. 9 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE IT, 1882, Is IIioPik it t'tllliy AnliinlT The little animal that leads all our ex ports of animal products, and is likely to hold this lead for years to come, should not be charged with faults that belong primarily to his keepers. The pig is called the filthiest of our domestic ani mals, but this is made insuperable from his surroundings In most cases, The ig If a wonderful machine for the produc tion of pork, bacon and hams, lie is the greatest utilizer of food on the farm. He lays up in his body twenty per cent of the dry substance of his food -a feat not performed by any other of our do mestic animals and proper provision should be made for the disposal of his ex cretion. The tidy dairyman cleans his cow stable every day. and some twicpei day; but his pig pen is not cleaned till his pigs are likely to be submerged. Aro the pigs or their owner chargeable with filth? Some years ago we tested the pig's disposi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 June 1882

10 NORTMJflKN TKIBITNE JUNE 17. 1882. NOETHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY JUNE 17. 1882. KeiiH'inlier tho band excursion to morrow. Road tho new ad of II. L, Greenthal & Co. Facts are facts. II. Chambers has a new ad in this fine. Read it and make him a call. Smith A Adams art having their firm name painted ou their planing mill in large letters. Masons hav e commenced work on the foundation for tho new brick block of Post & Van Arsdale's Another meeting of the base ballists will be held at the law office of F. Fife Monday night at 8 o'clock. It will be seen that the PeerlessRestau rant has a new ad. Frank Todd knows how to keep np with the times. The days are at their longest, lets than six hours of darkness in the twenty four, when the weather is clear. The tubing for the boilers at the wat er works pump house were shipped from Philadelphia on the Oth and it is expec ted hero every boat. Nelson ft Bollen have something to ay that should interest all wanting dry goods. Remember they...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

The Northern Tribune , V( ) L. 7. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1882. NO 51 Northern Tribune. PUBLT8HK0 KVEUY SATURDAY. W. CHANOl-Kll. ;C. J. HUNT. C. 8. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Term3: $2 par ear, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION lD TI T! 3( HUHOYiJ AN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, M aln Street, opposite Post & Van Arsdule's. T. A. Porrin, M. D. C. A. Perrln. M. D. PEIIBI1T BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drug Store, Main Street, CUE DO VG AN, M Jan y. s. doigi.ass. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third St, feb2!.lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. pHKROYGAN, - M H THIS House is so situated that it commands the best viow of the Harbor to bo obtiii n ed in town. lUlllard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the argest variety of liquors to bo found in town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or f 1 por day. First door east side of the brid I7july-tf GEO. W. BELL. OSCAR AUAMS. ATTORNEYS &am...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

2 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 24, 1882. Northern Tribune. Oregon is rapidly filling up with in H. i T telligent reading men. This accounts for the recent vote. It la destined in the SATURDAY. JUNE - I, 1882. future to be one of the solid Republican States. ire CHAMBERS Itl Il ISC H A IT ATE COXVKS TIO.M. A Republican state convention to nominate state omoorn and for (he transaction of other DUtlneM, will be held at the opera house in the villuguof Kulaiini.oo, on Wi'iim-sday, August :J0. 188.i,at 11 o'clock A M. In accordance with a resolution adopted ni (J rand Itupips, May 10. 1K7II, every county will be entitled to one delegate fur each 000 of the total vote cast for governor at the list t m to election (in 1880) and one additional dele gate for e cry f ruction of uOU votes, but each organised county shall be entitled to at hast one delegate. Under a resolution of 185S no delegate will be entitled to a sent in the convention who dOCtnot reside in the county he proposes to represon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

iHR NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 24. 1882. S Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1882. Midi: unit: in i .The public schools of Kansas contri buted $7.V to tk ' Garfield Monument fund. Out iu Tuscon, Arizona the therniome er marked UH dsgnes i i the shad the other day. The Atlanta Constitution says more wheat reapers have been purchased in Georgia this year than the entire cotton belt possessed one ycar ag . The Postolllce Department is consider ing the propriety of arranging for the delivery of mails at hotels in large cities as late as 10 o'clock at night. Georgia has a very sensitive murderer. He petitioned the Governor of the State to change the date of the execution to the 29th, as he did not want to be hung the same day Guiteau was. The Foreign Alt airs Committee of the House has reported favorably on the in vitation to participate in the fish exhi bition at London next May. It appro priates $30,000 to defray expenses. Some of the finest lumbering districts of Wisconsiu were devasta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE '24, 1882. Northern Tribune STAR CLOTHING HOUSE SATURDAY. JUNE 24, 1882. Marin Mutters. The St. Paul was in Thursday ev ning bound west. The Keweenaw was in on time Sun day, both up and down. The Ocean called in Sunday after noon, on her way from Chicago to Mont real. The propeller Toledo was in Tuesday night bound from Collingwood to Chi cago. The Atlantic arrived up Monday night. Like the Nashua, she was delay ed by fog. .'jpr The Pearl arrived up Thursday eve ning ami called in Wednesday forenoon bound down. The Nashua arrived up Monday after noon. Thick weather below put her few hours behind time. The tug Winslow called in Wednesday afternoon after coal. She was bound down with a tow of timber. The schooner North Cape arrived Sunday, loaded ties from P. M. Lathrop and cleared Wednesday for Chicago. The Lawrence arrived last Saturday and left the same day on her return trip to Chicago. The schooner Imperial arrived Mon day, loaded lumber from J. II. Wat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

(I HE NORTH RKN TRlfcTJND, JUNE 24. 1 882. i t r NOBTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 24, 188?. Tilt: (MAM. I was diuiug one evening with my friend Pascal, and, as we sat over our dessert, he mentioned that he had just returned from Strasbourg where his at tention had been directed to the exten sive fortifications ttie Germans had erec ted since the city had come into their possession. From this subject the con versation diverged to the Franco-Prussian war, and Pascal said: "By the way I was in Paris during the Commune, and the occasion met wltii a rather curious adventure." "What was it," I inquired. "I will tell you," he replied. "You are aware that the firm of which I am a member has extensive dealings with va rious French commercial houses. Short ly after the siege of Paris was over, I went there, and had not been in the city more than a week or ten days before the insurrection, which resulted in the es tablishment of the Commune, broke out. After thj) Versailles troops had made the...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

0 NOKTimKJN TRIBUNE JUNE 24. 1682. Northebn Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 24, 1882. The River ami Harbor Bill. Special Telegram to The Inter Ocoan. Washington, June 15. The House be gau the I'oiiHhleration of the great omni bus river and habor bill to-tlay. Mr. Horr was chosen by the Commerce Com mittee to present the claims of the bill, and did so in a masterly manner after Mr. Page had made the preliminary talk. Horr's address was listened to with pro found attention for an hour and three quarters. Old members of Congress say it was the strongest argument and the fullest of facts and epigrammatic state ment they ever heard on the floor of the House. He showed some wonderful and curious things in connection with the statistics ot the Mississippi valley. He started off with the proposition that there was a job in the bill, which was not true. It was built upon good busi ness principles. Internal improvement was one of the distinguishing feutures between civilization and barbarism. Koads, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

. rlE NO I f V H HJRN TRIBUNE. JUNE 24 1882. 3 3ES ALE 23 S X 3T Shelf Hart link Oik, fe, fi Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. Also na,rLULfa,ct-TjLrers of Tin., Copper a-ncL SHeet Xron. "Ware. Jeavy am Stem n ass, Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 24, 1882. One professional man interviewed some "type lice" this week. He woiit do so again. Rev. H. A. Conrad will hold church services regularly at Duncan, Sunday afternoons al three o'clock. a. Carpenters are busy Axing up some Stalls for horses, at the drivinc park, they have always been needed. Charles Buchanan is the happiest man on Mullet lake. The reason is that he has a br in new baby girl at his house. Life Insurance agents and musquitoes are getting thick. It is hard tolling which are the most indefatigable bores. Several houses in town have received a new coat of paint lately. Such things help the appearance of a town very much. W. L. Barr is busy t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

8 NORTMijJKM TK MO'NE JUNE 24. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JI NK 24, 1882. .i mm mm HWH M A M.I MBQUBL. lutvi'CNtinu Ietnlls of Engineer met ville' sin t i H l fcearcu lor lel.nu aiifl I'urty. A lyeial to the New York Herald, (fated Lena Delta, April 12, fives the par ticulars of the limling of the bodiM of Limn. De Long and hia party by Engi neer Melville, March 'I'd. De Long's par ty originally consisted of himself. Dr. James M. Ambler, Jerome J. Collins, Henry Knack, AdoVf, Dr, Essler, Carl Gortz, Walter Lee, Neils Tootzn, George Boyd, Alex, Ah Sam, Eriekaon Horoi and Ninderman. The last two being the least exhausted of the party pushed for ward and were fortunate in discovering natives. The searching expedition under Mel ville followed the route of those two men backward, and near the spot on the bank of the Neva, where they had passed the first night after leaving De Long's party, Melvill's party found a riflo barrel hung upon four sticks. Digging at this point they disco...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

JlE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 24 9 w t f Nobthesn Tribune. SATURDAY. JI NK U, 1888. DO WHAT YOU 1 Ml K r A It I . Tin well to plan with thoughtfuliitwa, With prtdenoe and witli car. To look before yon leap, my friend, Nor rashly do and dare; Hut when your mind is once made up, With boo or wide awake, And duty pointing out the way, Do what yon undertake. Ne'er let your friends and neighbor! say, "There gOM the man VhOM mind Is like the shifting weather cock, Or like the changing wind; He ijooh a distance on his way, Then takes another tack ; And just as likely, ere high noon, You find him trudging hack." Such pilgrims seldom find the goal, Kenunnhor that, my man; They lead a circling, tiead-mill life, However much they plan. Then, oh, my lad, start out aright For truth aud honor's sake, And toiling with right willing hands, Do what you undertake. Put your shoulder to the wheel, Aud scout at craven fear; Your gcaadaire trod a thornier path Hl9 way to pioneer; And as his blood runs in you...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 June 1882

10 NORTHJjjKJN TRIBUNE JUNE 24, 1882. NOETHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY JDNB 84, 1881 Arthur Watsou hM opened up his booth on Main street. Things have looked dull on the river this week compared with last. Kintz has brought several new and flue horsei hero for his livery stable. Masons are laying up the collar Wtlll of Post & Van Arsdale's block in a hur this week. The steamer Mary will make two trips from St. Ignace and Mackinac here on ti e Fourth. Something must he the matter, there hasn't been man herewith a telephone project for a week. Sullivau's Mirror of Ireland which has exhibited hero this week was a first class show and gave general satisfaction. F.J. Todd has beon cleaning up his restaurant in fine shape this week. The new paper and paint makes it lock im mense. The base ball club have secured a fine ground for playing. It is on the east aide of the river, near the water mill's saw dust pile. The village council met Thursday evening, but a quorum not being pres ent, adjourn...

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

The Northern Trirhne. I CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1882. NO 52 VOL. 7. Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. I'll A SULK It. JO. J. HUNT. C. S. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., PVBLI3II Terms: $2 p8r ear, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teoth Extracted without puln. Office, Main street, opposite Post A Van Arsdnlo's. T. A. Porrin, M. D. C. A. Perrin, M. D. XXZXITIXXT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples' Drug 8toro, Main Street, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan J. N, DOUGLASS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third St. feb25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. cHEBOYGAN, - M 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. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the argest variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or fl per day. First door east side of the brid l7July-tf GEO. W. BELL. OSCAR ADAMS. ATI0KHE7S I CNISL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 July 1882

2 THK iNUKTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 1, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JULY 1, 1882. HF.rt HMCA STATE (OSVK.M'IOX, A Republican state convention to nominate state ofticerH and for 1 he transaction of otfcM baoioeMi will be held at tbe opera bouse in the village of Kalamasoo, on Wednesday, August :iu. iN.sj.tit 11 o'clock A M. In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Hapips, May 1(1. IH7S, every oountjr will be cut ii led to one delegate for each "()0 of the total ote east for governor nt the list state election (In 18801 ami one addi. ioiimI dele gate for every fraction of 800 votes, but each organized county shall In' entitled to at least one delegate. Under a resolution of 1853 no delegate wilt be entitled to a scut in tho convention who does not reside In th? county ho proposes to represent. Iu accordance with a resoltilion adopted at Detroit, June 88, 1880, the keoaetan of eaoh county convention s requested I o forward to the leoiqttrj' or the st;ite central oommittee, by th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 July 1882

V' f i iHE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 1, 1882. I Northekn Tribune. SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1882. wi' nun: vokm. naturalized at To Ciiiuainen wort 1 iladeljdiia Tuesday. "he Republican major 'ty in Oregon this year is :V260. about tht largest ever given. The name of tho lliuinan, Emmet county, iiostoflke i as been changed to Alanson. The wheat crop of Virginia is nearly all harvested, and provc's to ho the best for many years. There was a parade of (5,000 Masons at Madelphia Saturday in honor of the founding of Masonry. KUndar.l silvr dollars issued latt WeJ 205,500 against 222,492 for the cor resp aiding week last year. The bulk of the wooden plates now in use come from Newborn, N. C. where they are turned out at the rate of 50,000 a day. Twelve million bushels of corn were last year made into glucose in the Unit ed States alone. Brewers were the larg est consumers. Mrs Barnard, of the Curtis-Barnaru raurdor case notoriety, has sued for a di vorce from her husband. Sho charges him with cruelt...

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

THU iu KTHERN TRIBUNE. JULY 1, 1882. No1 i'hern Tribune SATURDAY, JULY 1,1882. Tlurinv Mutters. The Lawerence arrived Sunday morning about 2 o'clock. "The tug Nat Stickney was in port Wednesday morning bound down. The Oneida was in Monday forenoon bound from Collingwood to Chicago. The Pearl arrived up Thursday even ing and called in yesterday bound down A vessel is reported ashore at St Helena island, but we have been unable to learn her name. The Schooner Belle Wallbridge ar rived this morning, and will load tan ber from Mattoon, Ogden & Co. The schooner Clara arrived Sunday and cleared Wednesday with lumber from J. H. Waterman for Chicago. The propeller Europe was in Monday night about midnight, (o report, on her way from Montreal to Chicago. The Champlain arrived Monday with a new master. Ed. Casey, former ly first mate, being in command. Tho schooner John Schutte arrived Saturday, loaded lumber from the Che boygan Lumber Company and cleared Tuesday for Chicago. Commencing n...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 July 1882
Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 July 1882
Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 July 1882

jam 1 . THE NOKTHJ4JRN TRIBTIN i- JULY 1 1882. ZD 13 L E K S X -tST ardware, Detroit Steves, Paints, Oils, to, Window ta, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. a i --s -kpg m -i -i fa rn -i -r-r erf Tin. CoTOToer and lieet Iron T?7"sixe. Hot ami S ie Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JULY 1, 1882. Fox with his New York Theatre Co. begin a week's engagement at the Opera House Monday night, lie is too well known here to need any extended no tice. A rou-a-way team made quite a com motion near Mr Arthur. Smith & Co.'s utore Wednesday. Besides demolishing a buggy for Mr. McArthur no damage was done. We are under obligation! to W. L. Barr for the result of his canvas of the numher of births and deaths in the county for the year 1882. Births 1U; deaths Air. A. P. McKinnon lias purchased a house and two lots at the upper end of Main street. They are pleasantly Filia ted. The house is the one formerly oc- rnpied by Rev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 July 1882

NORTHEKN TKIBUNE JULY 1. 1882. Aobthern Tribune. SATURDAY. JULY 1, 1882. tori IHucklllHC. Lieut. D. EL Kelton, of the United States army, has in a neat pamphlet pub lished the "Annals of Fort Mackinac,' comprising a brief history of the island with its local legeods, mention of the early settlements In Michigan, an ac count of the dedication of a portion of the island by Congress as a national park, and a biographical notice of Sena tor Ferry, through whose efforts the ac tion by Congress was secured. The island, which lies in the straits, about 15 miles from Lake Huron and 30 miles from Lake Michigan, contains 2,251 acres, of which the national park covers 91.1 acres, and the military reservation about the old fortim acres, the rest being private property, of -which a tract of 80 acres belong i to the venerable Gurdon S. llub Ltha earliest resident of Chicago jow living ther who first arrived at Mack, 1.U-. July 4th, 1818. as a clerk for the Ail -n ran Fur company, employed fey Mr....

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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