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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JULY 29. 1882. Northern tribune. SATUltDAt, .II'I.V M, 1882. i lilt UTHNCMMMi "Pop!" "Yes'm." "Take tliat big basket with the broken bale, Ml' dig mt? 'bout a peek o' potatoes Look lively now. Dou't stand there star ing at me like a dumb thing. Fly around." "Yes'm " Pop a thick Het little fellow black as the ace of spades, seized the husket Miss Faithful Sliarpe designated with her lean fore-finger, and started out. In the garden, Andy, Miss baithf ill's nephew and the causo of much of her tribulation, was engaged in weeding. He averaged one weed a minute. At that rate it would take about three months of constant work to clear the beds. But Andy didn't care. He hated work, and wouldn't have distressed him if the gar den had remained unwceded from the beginning to the end of the year. His aunt's example, and her many maxims, and long lectntes on the nobility of honest toil, never had any preceptible effect upon him. "What are you going to do, Pop t he asked as h...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 July 1882

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JULY 29. 1882. 1 n i r, j w - 1 NORTHERNTRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 29, 1882. Alox S. McDonald has so far recovered that h is able to walk about this week. Two street hawkers sold their wares on the street Saturday night and didn't get "egged." They were the first that have oaped for some tine. Cantaius of crafts coming down re port that they can see the electric light atW. S.Smith's mill for miles up the straits as distinctly as if only a few rods distant. The need of a street-sprinkler was st rongly felt this wek. Our merchants could well afford to pay one for working rather than have the dust fly as it has this week. Messrs. Moore and Grant have the frame up for their new ship chandlery etore. and will soon have it done and ready for business. It is 25x75 and two stories hitch. The Merry Makers returned from their trin to the "Soo," and advertised to ap pear at the Opera House Tuesday night, but on account of the small attendant they did not play. Shipping huckleber...

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

The Northekn Tribune. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1882. NO 5 VOL.8. i v r if ( Northekn Tribune. PUBLISH Kd KVKUY SATURDAY. OHAWOL.IR JO. J. HINT. C 8. RAMSAY. w. CHANDLER & X3 U-BtiI3HEE3. CO Terai3: $2 par ear, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION h IUBTICTI K? U L II I lull CHEBOYGAN Toeth Extracted without piiln. OIHce, Main street, opposite Post A Vim Arsuale's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Perrin. M. D. T?2TEl?TT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Dnur Store, Main Street, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan J- N. (!'( LANS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Office at residence on Third St. febiVlm CHEBOVGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. HEBOYGAN, - M H THIS House is so situated that it commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed In town, nil I in nl room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and tho arrest variety of liquors to be found iu town. Terms, $1.50 por week, or f 1 per day. First door east side of tho brid t7July-tf QEO. W. BELL. OSC...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 August 1882

NOKTHERN TRIBUNE AUGUST 5, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5. 1882. Republican County Convention. A Republioan County Convention for Che boygan county is hereby called, to be held at the Town Hall, In the Tillage of Cheboygan, on Friday, August 25, 1882, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. This convention in culled for the purpose of electlnu two delegates to tne Kepubuoan state convention to be held at tbe village ol Kalamazoo, August 90, next, two delegates to tho Republican Congressional Convention to be held at Hay City, August 31, next, tne number of delegates to whioh this oounty may be ontltled, to attend tho Republican Convention! when called, of the state sena torial and Representative districts, to which this county is attached: also to elect a coun ty committee to serve for the ensuing two years. . . Each township will be entitled to one dele gate for each 40 vote and a moiety thereof east for Presidential electors In the election of 1880, as follows: Benton, 15 dele...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 August 1882

J5 NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 5, 1882. 3 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 12. Man in For Mnrkiittf lollit'n. "The most quiet, uuobttrottvt man I over knew," suiil Buck Hramel toa Boom eranj; nniii, the other l;iy. "was a young fellow who went to North Park in an early day from Salwou River. He was always reserved nl taciturn among the miners an. I never mad any sugges tions if lie could helu It. He was also the mot fhoiiirhtfol man about other people's comfort I ever knew. "1 went into his cabin one day when he was lying on his lied and told him I had decided to go to Laramie to do some trading. I put my valise on the floor and was going out when he asked me if my clothes were marked. I told him I never marked iny clothes. If the washerwoman wanted to mix up my clothes with that of a female semi nary. I would have to stand it I supposed. He though I ought to mark my clothes before 1 went away, and said he would attend to it for me. So he took down liis revolver and put three shot...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 August 1882

NOKTHERJN TRIBUNE AUGUST 5. 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. AUGUST 5. 1882. Mrla Matter. The tug Kate W illiams was in last night after coal. The propeller Canada was in jester day morning on her way to Chicago The propeller Toledo called in Satur day bound (or Chicago. The Ocean called in Sunday after noon, bound from Chicago to Montreal The schooner Charles E. Wyman ar rived Thursday, and is loading lumber. The barge Fame arrired Tuesday, and is loading lumber for Detroit, from W. S. Smith. The Pearl arrived up on time both Sunday and Thursday, calling going down both trips. The schooner Ellen Williams arriv ed Monday, and cleared for Chicago yes terday with lumber. The Flora arrived up on time yes terday morning, and called in bound down in the afternoon. The schooner Fleet Wing arrived Monday evening, and cleared yesterday with lumber for Chicago. The tucrBalize. with rafts, contain ing 1.S00.0()0 feet of timber in tow, left yesterday for Tonawanda. The nroneller Celtic will b...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. AUGUST 5, 1882 T Northern iTrlbune. SATURDAY. AU.JIT.4T 5 1882. A Little Hit nip. "Have you had any rain in Indiana this spring?" he echoed, as he turned in his seat. "Yes." "Well, it's been a little damp out there," he softly answered. "The day be fore leaving home I had to hang up twenty-eight of my ducks. They had be come so water-soaked that they could no longer swim. During the month of April it rained on twenty-nine different days." "What about the other day?" "0, that was the day on which it snow ed twenty-two straight hours." "How is corn?" "Well, 1 planted mine in two feet of water, and between you and me I don't expect over thirty bushels to the acre." "Wbeat looking well?" "Tolerably well, but the sturgeon and catfish are doing considerable damage." "Didn't you get any dry weather in May?" "There was about fifteen minutes one day when it tried to clear up, but I had n't commenced to bring out my sheep before the rain came down again." "Grass must be ...

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

6 NOKTHERJN TKlBUN-tt AUGUST 5. 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY AUGUST 5, 1882. RnHiaiPrMinff Need. Russian patriots are bitterly complain ing that "there are no men in Russia." In truth, hardly ever before has there been such a sterility of able public men in Russia as now. Though young and able-bodied, the Czar himself gives the first example of total inability, of deplor able lack of statesmanship, and of shameful weakness. Such a master, of course, can neither comprehend nor sus tain by his authority able and energetic public men, and so they have disappear ed from view for the time being. An old Russian gentleman, who well recollects the iron rule of Czar Nicholas, and who took an active part in the reforms pro. mulgated by Alexander II, the Liberator, said to me: "There where eagles were accustomed to soar crows are now sitting. The places that belong to men of genius are filled with deplorable mediocrities. The men that ought to command are replaced ev erywhere by servile co...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. AUGUST 5. 1882 DE ALEES ,11 ( Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. -A-lsa 3a,n.-dfa,ct-u.rers of Tin, Popper strd, Sloet Iron. T77"sixe. eavy and m fofkm Dftimit Mips M Oik k Window Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. AUGUST 5, 1882. PerNonnl. Miss. Olive Clover is home from her trip south. E. Kanter, the Detroit biuiker, was in the village Thursday. W. G. Bogus left ou the Flora yester day for a brief visit. Mrs. H. A. Blake started east for quite an extended visit, yesterday. P. D. Bissell, of the St. Ignace Repub lican, was over here yesterday. Geo. W. Miner, of Chicago, brother to H. J., has been spending a part of the week here. Ralph Aldrich, of Flint, arrived on the Atlantic, Monday night, and is visit ing Harry Baker. Jas. O'Connor, who his been absent for some time on a business trip to the Soo, returned Mondav. Mrs. F. J. Breslin, left on the Atlantic Tuesday for an extended visit to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 August 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 5. 1882. 8 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. AUG U T 5,1882. Fine I.iumIh I'urcliiiNed A telegram to the Chicago Inter Ocean 8ayn that the American Lumher Compa ny has purchased Irom the Detroit, Mack inac and Marquette Railroad Company the Btauding pine on its entire land grant except Mackinaw county and the east part of Chippewa County. This comprises some 500,000 acres, and it is expected that the yield will amount to several hundred million feet of pine. Tho company has also purchased of the aaine company about 75,000,000 feet of Spine on the Toquamanuon River in Chippewa County. It has also purchas ed about 15,000,000 loet on the waters tributary to the Ontonagon River. This gives tlio company the entire control of the largest body of pine in the Northern peninsula. A mill with a capacity of 100,000 feet per day is now being fleeted at Newberry, Chippewa County, on the line of the raiiroaii. and it Intended to cut about 14,000,000 feet during the com ing ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 August 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 5 1882 9 Northern tribune. SATURDAY AUGUSTS, 1882. HII.DA'N TRIAL.. "White," said Carrie Nelson, "with broad, blu sashes, and forget-me-nots in our hair. Every competitor to wear a turquoise locket round her neck, and t to have six-buttoned white kid gloves, x stitched with pale blue on the backs." "Won't it be exquisite!" said Jane Torrington, clasping her plump hands. The seven young girls who were that day month to take part in the half-yearly examination at Minerva House were sitting, schoolgirl fashion, under the bowery beeches on the lawn seven fair, human pearls, happily unconscious of all the pitfalls and trials of life that lay before them seven half opened blossoms, basking in the sunshine of school-life, whither as yet no haunting shadow had followed them. "But." said cautious Mabel Hill, "will it be expensive?" "Not at all," said Carrie, loftily. "The whole won't cost more than ten guineas each, as there are seven of us. And" Just then, Hilda...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 August 1882

10 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. AUGUST 5, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. AUGU T 5,1882. The lower end of Main street is being put in splendid condition. J. A. McQuaig now runs the saloon formerly occupied by M. O'Connors. J. F. Ford, our former postmaster, is now running a grocery and provision store at Haverhill. Mass. Our county jail had more confined in it this week than ever before. The fore part of the week it had thirteen occu pants. The band boys' excursion last Sunday was more largely attended than any heretofore given this season. The atten dane was about 280. Miss Emily Elliott has the agency for Rider's Patent Pillow Sham Holders. They are just the thing for the business. Call on her and enquire for them. A lad at Duncan, named Diebald, fell from a lumber pile, Saturday, and broke one of the bones of his right arm. Dr. BaHgl fixed it up and ho is now doing Well. Items appropriating requisite sums for a public building at Marquette and for a cable from Mackinaw City to St. Ig ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 August 1882

4 k The Northern Tribune. VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1882. NO 6 Northern Tribune. pcmjshd itum Saturday. W. CIIANDT.EIt. jd. I, HUNT. ('. S. KAMSVY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 par ear, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION 35Bk. DENTIST! & 2H si rim 'i V Teeth Bxtraoted without piiin. OlHce, Main Street, oppOtlt6 POii ft ' ji ri Arsdale's. T. A. Perria, M. D. C. A. Perrin. M. 1). PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Offlee in Peoples' Druyr Store, Main Stkeet, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan J DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Olliee at reiilenee 00 Third St. HUHa CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, Fit A .Vt OS IE It, Proprietor. HEUOYGAN, - M H THIS House is so situated that it enmm;mds the best lew of (he Harbor to be obtain ed in town. Milliard room In connection,. The bar is stocked with the la st braadi and tho argest variety df liquors to be. found in town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or $1 per day. Kirst door oust side of the brid .7July-tf OEO. W. BKLI. OSC Alt ADAMS. BELL cSc -A-ID-A-JCS, ATTORN...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 August 1882

NOKTHERJN TKIBUNJU AUGUST 12, 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. AUGUST 12. 1882. Bepuellmn Couuty onrcnllu. A Republican County Convention for Che boygan county ia hereby called, te be held at -the Town Hall, in the village of Cheboygan, on rridny, August 25, 1882, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. This convention in called for the purpose of electing two delegates to the Republican state convention to be held at the village o KtUamazoo, August 80, next, two delegates to the Republican Congressional Convention to ! held at Bay City, August 31, next, the number of delegates to which this county may be entitled, to attend the Republican Conventions when called, of the State Sena torial and Representative districts, to which this county Is attachod; also to elect a coun ty committee to serve for the ensuing two years. Each township will be entitled to one dele gate for each 40 votes and a moiety thereof OMt for t'reataentUU electors in ine election of 1880, as follows: Benton, 15 delegat...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 August 1882

xHE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, AUGUST 12. 1882. NOBTHEBN TKIBUNE. Turner New AdetlsemeiUs. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1882. Bean pods 40 inches in length gr'aee the editorial table of the Nashville World. If the Erie canul m mailt fm, Canada fears the Wetland will have to be open ed, likewise free. A baloonist of the United States circus, which exhibit d at Maysville, Ky., Sat urday, alighted in the Ohio river and was drowned. For the week ending July 10, the num ber of cattle passing up the trail through Indian Territory was l,10ti,700 the larg est drive on record. The Rev. Thos. Payne, aged 20, a reg ularly ordained minister of South Caro lina, married a girl only 11 years and 6 months old, recently. Secretary Lincoln says that there will be no difference in the disbursements of river and harbor appropriation from the policy pursued last year. A Democratic paper is authority for the statement that the 10,000 rum shops of New York insure a continued Demo cratic majority of 40,000. The Cincinnati ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 August 1882

- am a w r t r m J "" " 4 i . ... .. r n , i Tim ..,..,. L..rv lit I irr K i r il ft' I loU .afl ata Hi a0M 'VP' aWF 1(1 l iiiuirr mi " ...w .... v i wua j - - -, BJ -fHH V" fr pr m w B B InrirA WhvV Hmmiiimm if lias lilt' lafT III! I Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. AUGUST 12, 1882. IflMrliitt Matter. The tug W. B. Castle wan in the river yesterday niorniug. The Toledo called in Monday, bound from Collingwood to Chicago. The schooner Charles E. Wynian left Tuesday, with lumber for Chicago. The propeller Idaho called at Dun can City yesterday morning, bound up. The propeller Oneida called in Thursday night, bound from Colling wood to Chicago. The Pearl is making about as good time as the City of Cleveland in making her two trips per week. The schooner Two Fannies arrived this morning with coal and salt for McArthur, Smith & Co. Business has not been as lively in the harbor this week as it was last, very few crafts having loaded. Tno Champlain arrived this fore noon, having had a temp...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 August 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. — 12 August 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. — 12 August 1882

THE NOKTUERN TRIBUNE. AUGUST 12, 1882 DE ALEES Heavy anil Shelf Hardware, Detroit Stem, Pai G Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Hope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. -uls 2aj3.-u.fa,ctvLrers of Tin., Copper arid. Slxeet Iron. TX7"a-re. Oik k Window Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. AUGUST 12, 1882. Moses Rapin loft on the Atlantic Tuesday evening for Detroit. Mrs. Nelson Binker and family have gone east to visit friends, and do not ex pect to return until spring. D. Feeney returned from visit to Canada Monday on the propeller Toledo. He reports never before having seen such crops as was being harvested over there this season. Several persons, when they found the Flora would not arrive yesterday to give the excursion, made arrangements with Capt. Brown to take them over to the island on the Mary. Some of them felt the effects of the rough passage and fed the fish at a lively rate, ciimim HBWN Heavy rain storms in northern Ohio for nearly two weeks,...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 August 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIRUNK, AUGUST 12. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, AU(iU T 12, 1882. i nnrtnl Md Dlrl. Many of our best friend have time and and again asked us why we did not show up this old fellow for coining down from M to call upon another man's wife, or why we didn't say something about that old fellow going up on the train so often with another woman, while his own wife always remained at home in blissful (V) ignorance. It is a common expression for some one to say to us, when some little scandal breaks loose and spreads its nauseating saliva over the commuuity: "Now, that fellow de serves showing up through your paper." Without making any reply of our own here, we quote the following from the address of Judge A. W. Tourgee, deliver ed before the New York Editorial Associ ation at its annual meeting last month in Jamestown. It deserves a wide cir culation: "Not long since, looking over a pile of exchanges, a fair-haired girl stood at my side looking over my shoulder as I ran...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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