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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 September 1882

THiC NOKTHKRN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 16. 1882 DEALERS X XT w ami She om Pills, Oils, &, How Gta Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. -A-lso ndla,n."a.fa,ct-u.rers of Tin, Copper eiri.cL Sleet Xron TTT'gire.. Hea ardwara IMroi Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER LA, 1882. PernouaJ. MTss. Gur. of Ontario, is visiting her friend Miss Lillie Baker. Thom ?son ; TH arrived homo . om Toronto on Uie propeller Canada Mon day. 0. Ksvili.k, of Norwav, Mkli., ft Ca.pt. IE. A. Bouchard, arrived viUege last evoiiin Mr.3. S. Bojcha m au i Mrs. U. B ou chard l r!vcd on the Van Rpalte last evening o- a visit to fri9nds and L'la tives hei e. G :(). P. .-L-s, of Adrian, i arrived in the villve last evening. He will spend several days looking after hin real ctate on Black Uta. Chas. J. Cushman of Saiilt Ste. Marie ar iven on tpe Ste. Marie 1 ednesday night and var been renewing his ac quaintance In our village. Rev. W. M. Ca...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 September 1882

6 THE NORTHERN TKIKUNE. SEPTEMBKK 16. 1882. NOKTHEM TRIBUNE. SATl'lil) AY, SKl'TEMHEK 16. 1882. A OJIPAKIMON. 'I e bi iiiot k it i- ii mi Itepiiltll hi 1 ( ii.iin'in" Iccorl in yt it'll if ii "i. I om the Lansing Henubliepu. The Democracy hud nearly uniiiter rupteil power from 1831) to 18o". In the report of the last Democratic auditor general for the year ending November 3D, 1854 on page 7, the bonded indebted ness of the state is given at $2,531,5-15. a . And what does that debt represent? Take a peep at the books gentlemen, and lind out from their confused pages, if you can, how much value was embodied in this staggering debt. It is true there are evidences of sunken funds in frag ments of canals, patches of work here and threatened improvements yonder, commonly known as the "internal im- Erovement system," but so far as real eneflt was concerned the money might as well have been placed in a rat hole. A few years after the Republicans came into power they were compelled to issue ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 16. 1882 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1882. ran: n.ikiiatii ihv. HY HON. WM. COMHU K. Like the mother's kiss to the weary child, Like the calm of the sea-waves rainj; ami wild. Like rest, sweet rest, to tired feet, Like joy's sweet dream while sorrow sleeps; Like dew upon the drooping flower, Like hope in a despairing: hour; Like joyful news from those we love, Like benedictions from ahove, Comes the Sabbath morn to me. It hushes the din and angry strife. And calms the storm of my busy life, And anchors me in her ieacefui buy, And bids me rest the blessed day. No tempest of cares disturbs my haven; I am not on earth, I have found a heaven; And love comes nestling ino my heart, To heal the wounds and soothe the smart That the week days' battle is sure to give If I the life of a hero live. I've The stSfesai fight: he shore, far out of sight, and the hates of the past week's And love to Qod and my fellow-men, Makes me long to be like Christ ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 September 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRiBUNE. SEPTEMBER 16. 1882. NOllTHEHN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1882. "Gaily the Troubadours" uext Monday iiight at the Town Hall. Don't forget to have your names registered anew for the uext election. The carpenters keep up quite a racket in Post & Van Arsdale's .lew building, and are pushing the worK of completion forward rapidly. Messrs. Moloney Brothers are having UN new quarter barrels and quite a number of barrels and eighth barrels manufactured for their new brewery. A. W. Rush, the architect, is preparing the plans for three elegant new resi dences for different parties, which are to be built in the upper part of the vil lage. The gentle breezes were wafted most too strongly Thursday, and during the day many a hat was carried away by the zephyrs, some were so unfortunate as to land in the river. At a meeting of the Con?T, tloaa.1 church and society, held last Monday evening, H. A. Blake and T. T. Van Ars dale were elected Trustees to All vacan cies...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 September 1882

The n okthem Tribune. V VOL.8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. NO 12 Nokthern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY. W. CHANULKIt. C. J. 1 UNT. C. S. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., I tTBIjISiX EB3. Terms: $2 per year.n Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION OENTISTi CHEBOYGAN MIe3a., Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post A Van Arsdale's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Perrin. M. D. SPEIIIT BBOS, , PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drug Store, Main Stiiket, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan J . si. IMH ;i.iss. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Ollico at residence on Third St. feb'25-lm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHKBOYGAN, - M H rpiIIS House is so situated that it commands L the host view of the Harbor to be obtain ed to town. Milliard room In connection. The bar lfl stocked with the best brands and the a rarest variety of liquors to be found iu town. Terms, 4.50 per week, or ft per day. First door oast side of the brid i7july-tf GEO. W. HEM.. OSC'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1882. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor DAVID H. JEROME, of Saginaw. For LieiitHiiant Governor MAUREAU S. CROSBY, of Kent For Secretary of State HARRY A. CONANT, of Monroe. For State Treasurer EDWARD H. BUTLER, of Wayne. For Auditor General WILLIAM C. STEVENS, of Iosco. For Commissioner of the State Land Office MINOR S. NEWELL, of Genesee. For Attorney General J. J. VAN RIPER, of Berrien. For Superintendent of Public Instruction VARNUM B. COCHRAN. For Member of the State Board of Education BELA W. JENKS, of St Clair. Republican County Convention. A Hepubllan county convention is hereby called, to be held at the Town Hall in the vil lage of Cheboygan, on Tuesday, October 3rd, 1882, at one o'clock P. M ., for the purpose of nomiuatinir candidutes for the following coun ty oftlces, viz : Treasurer, Sheriff, Register of IJeeOH, (Jlerk, rrottecuting Attorney, Circuit Court Commissioner mm two coronors....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 September 1882

LiE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 23. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SKPTEMBER IS, 1882. River himI llnrbor lints. From the Cincinnati (juzette. To see public journals and public men bawling stop thief, while reaching to steal, is euou'li to shake conlideuce in the gnat moral ingtnt, an I in the puri tying innueuce of politics. It is ob served that fie papers which assail the river and harltor bill most lustily as a steal, and the congress as a den of thieves, each approves its own local share of the "grab" and calls for more And now swiftly upon the heels of the ruin of one set of representatives for voting for the river aud harbor bill, comes the necessity to elect another set who shall be the most able to get more I he ferocity with which die Chicago f tapers assail me river ana naroor bill smild compared to that which they would turn on a local candidate who did not favor the making of the Hennepin canal for a Chicago sewer, or a local candidate who failed to get the $200,000 f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 September 1882

THE NOKTHERJN TRIBUNE, BE TEMBER 23. 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. mm. mm. Tin riii. Matters. The schooner Higgie arrived yester day morning, and is loading lumber. The propeller Oneida was in Mon day bound from Collingwood to Chicago. The Ste. Marie was down from the Sault Monday night, leaviug on her re turn Tuesday morning. The Canada, of the Collingwood line of steamers, called in early Wednes day morning bound to Chicago. The schooner T. Y. Avery arrived Sunday, loaded lumber, and cleared early Thursday morning for Chicago. The Flora arrived up about 2:30 this morning, being several hours behind owing to severe weather. She will call in, going down, this afternoon. The schooner A. G. Morey arrived Thursday morning, and is loading lum ber from the Cheboygan Lumber Com pany, and leaves to-day for Chicago. The Keweenaw arrived up Sunday forenoon, and called in on her way down, loading several thousand feet of lumber for Duck Island, and leaviug here about -...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 September 1882

'5 DBA fay anil Shelf Hardware, De its, Oik, fe Window Class, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. .lso Da,rL"CLfa,ctuLxers of Tin, Copper arid. 31.eet Iron "7vra,re. i) Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. BBPTRMBBB 23, 1882. PorNonal. S. C. Wilson, of the Bay City Press, made us a very pleasant call on Tuesday last. Mrs. H. A. Conrad left the first of the week to visit Mr. Conrad's friends at Plainwell. Mrs. Foster S. Abbott started the first of the week for Grand Rapids, for a visit to friends in that city. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bamsay, of De troit, arrived on the Atlantic Tuesday morning to visit "We" and family. A. C. Maxwell, Democratic candidate for Congress for this district, was in the village this week, looking after the fences around his political potato patch. Georoe K. Frost returned the first of the week on business, and will remain in the village for a week or so. He re ports Mrs. Frost's health about th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 September 1882

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 23. 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1882. SENECA. A 1'opulHr Account of the Great PU1 loeopber. Cincinnati Saturday Night. Seneca, whose moral writings and teachings are familiar to every common councilman, was horn in Cordova, Spain, about the beginning of the Christian Era. His father being wealthy it was unnecessary for him to learn a trade so it was decided that he should follow the easy if not lucrative profession of philosophv. A philosopher in those days was a man of a good deal of importance, He was engaged to ride in processions, was a dead-head at the shows aud every body invited him to drink. When he died the philosophers who remained on deck held a meeting and passed reso lutions of regret, which were printed in the papers. W hen quite a young man Seneca went to Home to study oratory, and he was a daily visitor at the auction stores and horse markets, where lie could hear the varieties of Horn an eloquence. Some authors c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 September 1882

THE NOKTHERN TRIBUNE. -SEPTEMBER 23. 1882 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBKR 23, 1882. IHANUK. Tlie year outgrows the sprint; it thought so sweet And clasps the summer with a new delight. Yet wearied, leaves her languors and her heat When cool-browed autumn dawns upon his sight The tree outgvows the hud's suggestive grace And feels new pride in hlossoms fully hlown, But even this to deeper joy gives place When landing boughs 'neatli blushing bur deus groan. Life's rarest moments are derived from change, The heart outgrows old happiness, old grief, And suns itself in feelings uew and strange, The most enduring pleasure is but brief. Our tastes, our needs, are never twice the same. Nothing contents us long however dear, The spirit in us, like the grosser frame, Outgrows the garments which it wore last year. Change is the watehward of progression, when We tire of the well-worn ways we seek for new, Thus restless craving in the souls of men Spurs us to climb and seek the mountain vie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 September 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 23. 1882. Nobtheen Tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. Monday was one of the hottest days of the season, but since overcoats could be worn with comfort. Rev. W. M. Campbell is a member of the committee ou "Conference Claim ants," of the Detroit Conference. No regular pastor was appointed by the Detroit M. E. Conference for Indian River or Riggsville, both are to be sup plied. The logs below the dam Thursday were quite a sight. They were jammed in all manner of shapes, and piled up several tiers above the water. The propeller Canada, Wednesday morning, lauded fifteen horses and two mules for a lumbering firm operating near Cadillac. Duties were paid at the custom house at this port. The Atlantic brought up on her last trip the material, all ready planed and ready to be set up, for a number of build ings to be erected at Mackinac island for Candler Brothers of Detroit. Last Tuesday the Atlantic landed fifty cases of mining candles for the Perkins m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 September 1882

The Northern Tribune. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1882. NO 13 Northern tribune. PUBLIS lEl) EE.IY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLEIt. C. J. HUNT. C. S. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. CHAMPION DENT! STi CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Offloe, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdalo's. T. A. Porrln.M.D. C. A. Perrin, M. I). 2EPlI3Sr BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drujr Store, A. L. FEXER, Newsde er,Bookselei Stationer; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. Has a general Line of Leading Periodicals, Books, Stationery, Wall Pa pers, &c, constantly on hand. ISP" Supplies any Periodicals, Books, &c, not in stock; Also Sheet Music & Books. on short notice, at regular prices. Takes Subscriptions for all the leading Periodicals, at Publisher's Price. A. FEXER, Watchmaker fc Jeweler AGENT FOR THE Rookford Watch Co s Celebrated Quick - Train Watches; AND THE TrtVinetnn Ontinal Co's Patent Easy-fitting Spec's Eye Glasses, DE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 September 1882

I THE NORTHERJN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 30. 1882, Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1882. RKP1BLICAX NT ATE TICKET. For Governor DAVID H. JEROME, of Saginaw. For Lieutenant Governor MAUREAU S. CROSBY, of Kent For Secretary of State HARRY A. CONANT, of Monroe. For State Treasurer EDWARD H. BUTLER, of Wayne. For Auditor General WILLIAM C. STEVENS, of Ioeco. For Commissioner of the State Land (ffice MINOR S. NEWELL, of Geueuee. For Attorney General J. J. VAN RIPER, of Berrien. For Superintendent of Public Instruction VARNUM B. COCHRAN. For Memtterof the State Board of Education DEL A W. JENKS, of iSL Clair. Eighteen years ago a paper dollar was worth 38 cents. Thanks to the Re publican party it to- lay is worth 1(0 cents, and good as gold anywhere. A Democratic exchange asks the question: "If alltho rogues in the coun try were locked up, where would the Re publican party beV" The Norriatowu Herald guesses the conundrum the first time with the answer; "Well, it would be running the c...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 September 1882

- tiE NORTH KRIS TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1882. NOETHERN TEIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1882. Funds pledged up to Sunday for the Garfield memorial hospital at Washing ton, $80,000. Gen. Lonjrstreet says the Georgia Bour bons will be cleaned out this year if the Republicans and Iudependauts pull to gether. Saturday was the biggest day ever known in the Pittsburg oil exchange. Nearly TjOOOyOOQ barrels exchanged hands. The Mobile Register is afraid the Democrats of Alabama will lose several congressmen this fall by their apathy and inattentiou to the cause, London is surprised to be told by the Standard that some of the small western cities of America use more telephones than there are at present in all England. Most farm fences in the west are now built of wire, and 60,000 miles of such fences were built in 1881, at a cost of $10,000,000, or about half the cost per mile of the old wood fences. Several thousand ministers are ex pected to meet at Chicago the second week in October to ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1882. Murine Nutters. The Keweenaw arrived up Sunday evening. The tug Erie Belle spent several days in port this week. The schooner North Cape arrived this morning after a cargo of ties. The Oneida called in Thursday bound from Collingwood to Chicago. The tug Willie Brown, of Garfield Harbor, was in port the first of the week. The St. Paul, of the Collingwood line, called in Monday bound for Chica go. The Champlain arrived Sunday fore noon, and left in the afternoon on her return trip. The Atlantic arrived up early Tues day morning and called in bound down that evening. The propeller Ocean, bound from Montreal to Chicago was in Tuesday night at 10:30 The schooner Lucy J. Clark arrived Thursday morning and is loading lum ber for Chicago. The Canada was in yesterday morn ing about two o'clock bound from Col lingwood to Chicago. The schooner Orphan Boy arrived Wednesday and is loading telegraph poles an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 30, 1882 I ST cavy and M Hardware, Mroi it, aiiite, Oils, fe, Window fa, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting", and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. -.lso 2a,rL-u.fa,ct"vjLrers of" Tin.., Copper and Sixeet Xxojcl "Ware. r Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1882. County Fnir. The following are the rules and regu lations adopted by the agricultural society, and the premium list' revised and corrected, for the fifth annual fair: ARTICLE I MEMBERS. Sec. l.JAny person may become a mem ber of this society for one year by pav ing one dollar ii.t the treasury. He w 1 receive an Annual Membership ticket which will admit himself and family to the fair grounds. Sec. 2. Members are entitled to the privilege of voting and holding office, and competing for premiums in any department, without further payment. Sec. 3. An entrance fee to the fair grounds for all wagons and carriages conveying visitors shall be for double w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 September 1882

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 30, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1882. . It A 11 A. llrlef Deiicrlptloii i u 11 ouaeliolil l'( CSSI I . The graupa is a individual aged some where between 50 and 100 years, of a promiskious temperament, and iz a com mon occurance in all well regulated families. Next to the healthy mother-in-law they have more aktive bizuess on hand than any other party in the house hold. They are the standard of authori ty on all leading topicks, and what they don't know about things that took place sixty-five years ago, or will tako place for the next sixty-five to cum, iz a dam age for enny one to kuo. Granpas are not entirely useliss they are handy to hold babys and feed pigs, and are very smart at mending broken broom han dles and sifting coal ashes, and are good at putting up the clothes line on wash ing days. I have seen granpas that could churn good, but I konsider it a mighty mean trick to set an old fellow of 80 vears to churnin butter. I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 30, 1882 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1882. MY LADY'S Ul K i;. X Mr. Martingale, the well-known jt vvel kr of Ruud street, was uneasy in his mind. In a weak moment he had yield ed to the earnest solicitations of Lady Tynedale, and had advanced to her a con siderable sum ot money upon the securi ty of her diamond necklace. It was not that his conscience pricked him, for he held a large quantity of ladyship's jewelry in pawn, and confidently count ed on making a handsome profit out of his numerous transactions with her. But the necklace in question unfortu nately did not really belong to Lady Tynedale, being an heirloom iu her hus band's family, and consequently, not withstanding its intrinsic value, it was practically worthless as security. He pointed this out to her ladyship, and ex plained that Lord Tynedale might in sist upon tho jewels being restored to to him should he hear of the matter. My lady, however, was so confident of being ab...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 September 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 30. 1882 Northern tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1882. Two or three severe frosts this week, just as a reminder that winter was approaching- We are in receipt of the Manistee Eveniu? Herald, a new daily paper pub lished by J. A. Brewer & Co. It is a neat lti-column folio, independent in politics. Rev. A. W. Westgate, who filled the pulpit of the Congregational church so acceptably last Sabbath, will occupy the same pulpit to-morrow, morning and evening. m the 2:10 race at Saginaw Thursday, in which Nellie O'Ccnnel, owned by S. LeUault, was interested, Mary C, of Al pena, wus the winner in three straight heats; best time 2:33. The lumber piles on the dock at the foot of Main street, which obstructed the view of the straits from that street, have been removed, and the passing of crafts cau be seen as of yore. The engine for Erratt & Spiller, for sinking the artesian well for the water works, was landed by the Fountain City yesterday morning....

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