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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 November 1882

The Northern Tribune. 9 4 VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ,11 1882. NO 19 v Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVKRY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER. C. J. HUNT. C. H. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., PT7BLI9H2E3. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. 3. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite I'ost & Van Arsdulo's. T. A. Perrlu,M. D. C. A. Perrln. M I. PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Offioe in Peoples' Drujr Store, Main Street, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M H THIS House is so situated that it commands tho best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed in town, liilllanl room in connection. Tho bar is stocked with tho best brands and the unrest variety of liquors to bo found in town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or ft 1 per day. First door oast side of the brid .'.juiy-lf GEO. W. UELI. OSCAR ADAMS. BELL Sc -XD-A-IKS, ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS A? LAW, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH, Will attend to Collections, Conveyancing an...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 November 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE!, NOVEMBER 11. 1882. Northern Tribune SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1882. T II KM; I V I !' PKOCLAMATION The President of tne United States huvinor bv nroclumatioii set mart Thur.s ilav November 30th 1882. as a dav of public thanksgiving throughout the land, Now therefore. I. David II. Jerome governor of the state of Michigan, in con formity witn said procnamaiion. ana with tune Honored cusiom.oo recommend that the people of this state, on mi aay in vim aside their advocations, do as semble and meet together and render thanks to Almignty woo ior me oeneuis rf1veii nt his hands, for the abundant harvests.for peace, happiness and security and for the prosperity oi tne common nranHh And I furthur recommend that the day be observed as a time for kindly 1 1 eii i s of charity ror tne sunerine aim unfortunate, that all within the com monwealth may remember the Great Giver of every good and perfect gift. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused tne great se...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 November 1882

t .Ufi NORTH ERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 11. 1882. r Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER U, 1882. A severe lightning unci thunder storm did great damage in the Ticinity of Elk harkt, lad., Sunday night. Southern states have manifested special interest iu the coming Garfield monument la r at Washington. . 9 The ch kin pump which was invented a few .wars ugo in this country, Consul Stevens finds, has tieeu used in China for over '-V00 yearn. Hetty and the baby ore living at her father's houso iu the Virginia wilder ness, with $12,000 in bank which the sergeant's missing bnllet earned for her. The Wylie-Baker checker tournament elosed at Boston Monday night. Fifty Karnes were played, of which the con testants won one each, and forty-eight were drawn. Last week's exchanges at twenty-six leading clearing houses were $1,322,947, 347, an increase of 7.7 per cent over the previous week, showing that the gener al trade of the country is in a healthy condition. Germany has decided to strengthen he...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 November 1882

THE NOHTHEBJN TRIBTTNK NOVEMBEH 11. 1.P82. Northern Tribune. CLOTHING, mm Entered at the PoHtofflce tit Cheboygan M l-h , as Second Class Matter. ' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1882. .Tlariui- HiillciN. The Keweenaw did not arrive up uu- til Tuesday, this week. Captains of steamers are beginning ta talk of last trips for the season. The Oneida called in Tuesday night bound from Collingwood to Chicago. The schooner J. B. Penfield arrived Tuesday evening, loaded ties and cleared to-day for Chicago. The schooner R. J. (libbs, Capt. Sam. Dodd, arrived Wednesday, and has gone into winter quarters. r The schooner Experiment arrival Thursday night with a cargo of coal from the wrecked Ely, at Detour. The City of Cleveland was several hours behind time last Saturday, but ar rived on time Wednesday morning. The Atlantic arrived up early yes terday morning with lots of freight. She called in, bound down, in the evening. The Champlain arrived Wednesday night with lots of freight. She left Milwaukee ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 November 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. NOVEMBER 11, 1882 i air i Kk fe, Window Class, V Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. ' illso 3a,ruLfa,ct-u.rexs of" Tin, Copper sirLd. Sleet Iron. TTva-re. DEALERS My and She fin nrlifTnuA Fin hi n 1 4" V TA l fAfN Diitivi i r v mm i lllil U H 111 Ui Mllf T lAJl 1 HUH r 7 '7 ..T .1 , ...7 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1882. Don't fail to attend the Praise Service at the Independent church to-morrow. Remember the change of time of hold ing service at the Independent church, to-morrow. The Southern Michigan Cedar and Lumber Co. run down quite a boom of cedar yesterday and had it towed up to their mill this morning. Miss Mr Arthur, the fashionabla dress maker can be found at the rooms of Miss Shadbolt, where she will be glad to meet the ladies of Cheboygan and vicinity. Many of our leading Democratic citizens concluded to let their lights shine Thursday night and had the wind ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 November 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBTJNM. NOVEMBER 11, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1882. (en. IlKKen'N Report. From the annual report of the third as sistant postmaster general, which has just been submitted, the following infor mation as to the operations of his office and of the postal service generally is obtained: The revenue for the year is $5,091,012 more than that for the pre ceding year, while the expenditures, in cluding all unsatisfied obligations, are only $717,134 more than those of the pre vious year, Of this amount nearly p'M, O00 for compensation of postmasters is .beyond the control of the department. After satisfying all obligations yet un paid there will remain a balance amouutiug to more than $3,000,000. In regard to appropriations and expendi tures for the office of third assistant post master general the showing is very creditable, the aggregate appropriations for the year being $107,454 and aggregate expenses $909,1)82. These expenditures were only IX per cent, ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 November 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. NOVEMBER 11. 1882 r Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11.1882. IVIMAM. H lilMl Ml I.YUNB. Ah, what would the Mufti 111 without them? The sunbeatus that Bparkle and play, 'iiidm fasiics wiiii splendor about then, Audcots hidden hutiihly awav. Thy thine in the fair summer weather, On meadow, and hovel, and hall, And the poor and the wealthy together May enjoy the sweet sunbeams for all. When cloudM o'er the cabin are rolling, And the light hardly penetrates through, The king in Ins palace, controlling His vassals, must feel the gloom too. And, it may be, the home of tint peasant Is brighter than that of the king; If he lives in content with the present. Nor fears what the future may bring. Through the sunbeams a message is blending, As they fall on the age-whitened head. They tell of a glory impending, Far brighter than any they shed. They sparkle on youth and on maiden, They smile upon husband and wife. And they greet the young mother, hope laden, With the su...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 November 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 11, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1888. It is "truly refreskiiig to see our Democratic friends rejoicing once more. "it nevgr rains but it poars" was well illustrated by the shower of last Tues day. The fine weather holds out remarkably well, the nights are frosty but days are pleasant. General disaffection was too much for the Republicans throughout the nation last Tuesday. The papers since Tuesday have not furnished the most interesting reading for Republicans. Ye editor acknowledges a salute from the Democratic jubilee cannon Thurs day night. It was heard. Watts S. Humphrey received a fine looking young horse this week of the celebrated Hambletonian stock. The Bay City papers were in demand Wednesday night, evory body anxious to learn something about the result of the elections. The telegraph line worked bad the first of the week and Wednesday there was a longing for election news, but little could be got over the wires. As the cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 November 1882

THE NORTHEKN TEH: WIHTjbiX I 5 t r r VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ,18 1882. NO 20 Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER. 0. J. HUNT. C. 8. It A MSA Y. W. CHANDLER & CO., irms: $2 per year, in Advance. R. M . B. CHAMPION .DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teeth Etra''tel without pnin. Otflce, Main street, opposite Post .V Van Ardulc's. T. A. Perrln, M. D. C. A. Perrln. M . D. BIROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Ollioo in Peoples' Dm Store, MainStkeet, CHEBOYGAN M Juu AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSTER, Proprietor. CHKBOYGAN, - M K THIS House is so situated that it commands the best view of the Harboi to he obtain ed In town. I'Uliard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the arjrest variety of Uquon t In- found in town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or $1 per day. First door east side of the brid i7Ju'y-tf r.KO. w. him.. OKCAK A DAMS, BELL 4b -A.3D-A.S, ATTORNEYS & MORS AT LAW, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH, Will attend to Collections. Conveyancing and all mat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 November 1882

THE NORTHERJN TKlBUNJjj, NOVEMBER 18, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1882. The free trade colt will have lots of grooms iu the next House of Represeu tativen and may naturally bo expected to trot out in the best of condition. The Repuplicfcn party is a good deal like the wife of a bereaved husband who was asked by the minister, "Is your wife reslflrned?" "She had to be." was the response. The new pension office in Judiciary Square, Washington, will huve a front age of 400 feet, a depth of 200 feet, and a heigth of 75 feet. It will be built of brick and irou and two years will be required for its completion. The mule has the reputation of.havlng the smallest and daintiest foot for its size, of all hoofed animals, but he is dreadfully handy with it, and it is rnmored that some of English's mules were stravincr around loose Tuesday of last week. A cable dispatch says: "The London (England) Financier says that one of the ffAtts of Tuesdav's elections was to make Confeder...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 November 1882

HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 18. 1882. 3 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER ljj. 1882 The Von? in Mew York. The extent of Clereland's majority in New York is quite aa much a surprise to Democrats as it is to Republicans. Pos sibly it may exceed 200,000, nevertheless his vote will fall considerably below that cast fur Hancock in 1S80. The N.'.v York Times publishes full returns from several counties. Take Herkimer county as hu illustratiou. There th Gardeld vote was ,5,331, the Haucuck vote 5,070; this year Folger re ceives only 3,701 and Cleveland only 4, 131. Fro.n this ii appears that Foiger's vote was 3,)3i less Hum Garfield's and Cleveland's 39 less thau Hancock's. Ia Westchester Folger received 5,t'i21 votes less than Garfield, and Clevelaud re ceived (555 yotes less than were cast for Hancock, iu Wyoming county Folger received 2,575 votes less than were cast for Garfield and Clevelaud 410 less than Hancock's vote, la Essex Folger's vote was 1,831 less than Garfield's ami Cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 November 1882

4 Northern tribune. Eutereil at the PontofBoe nt Cheboyguu Mich., a h Second Clan Matter. THig NORTHEBJN TK1BUN.HJ, NOVEMBER 18. 18ffi SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1882. M;i i iii Matter. The Lady May lias beet in port this week securing repairs. ' . The schooner Christina Nilson ar- Sunday, loaded lumber, and cleared to day for Chicago. The schooner Newsboy arrived Wednesday morning, and is loading lumber for Chicago. The schooner Narragansett arrive Wednesday afternoon and is loading cedar at the elevator. The schooner A. Boody arrived Wednesday morning with a cargo of coal for Mr Arthur, Smith & Co. The schooner Clara Parker arrived Monday evening, loaded lumber and cleared for Chicago to-day. The Atlantic was announced to leave Detroit Thursday night, bound up, and will probably arrive here to-morrow, The schooner F. B. Gardner, arrived yesterday and is taking on lumber at the Cheboygan Lumber Company's mill The Detroit papers say that Carkin Stickney & Cram will place 16 tugs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 November 1882

THE NOKTHMRiy TRIIUNE1 NOVEMBER 18, lfl2 J 3T, DEALERS t dan ii i -r" -nt" H Hardware. Detroit Stove, Faints, is, Window Ste, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Eope, Anchors, Qakum & Pulley Blocks. Also 2a,rL-u.fa,ct-u-rers ofT5gi., Popper send. SEieet Iron.'T7"a.re, Heavy ant Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1882. IunciUl Civ I inns Reports for the Northern Tribune. Mr. Ephralm Smith, who has been in poor health for the past fortnight, is again able to be about. Mr. Macdonough returned Wednesday f rom Cliicago. This is his second trip this fall to buy goods; having purchased a cargo of camp supplies, to come by the Parana. Business promises to be brisk this winter; thirteen camps are already in operation, and material is being pre pared for new docks, four thousand feet to be built if the weather permits. There is talk also, of a new house for the use of the family of Egbert Smith, of Toron to. A new tug, except the machinery, will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 November 1882

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 18. 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1882. The Leg-lalnt urea. From Post and Tribune. The returns from the Legislative elections of lust week give substantially i he following results: California: Senate, 28 Democrats to 12 Republicans; assembly, 57 Democrats to SA Republicans. The senators are elect ed fur four years and the representa tives for two. Colorado: Both branches Republican, and largely so on joint ballot; the Demo crats gaining three or four in the upper house. Anoug the candidates for the United States senatorship are Gov. Tit kin, Jerome B, Chaffee, Judge Bowen, Lieut. Gov. Tabor and Gen. Howell. The state senators are elected for four years and the representatives for two. Connecticut: Senate, 13 Republicans to 11 Democrats; house, lib HepublVcau to 110 Democrats. The "senators are chosen for two years aud the r'epiesenta tives for one. Dele ware: Senate, all Democrats ex cept one who holds over; house, solidly Democratic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 November 1882

THE NOKTiXtfRN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 18. 1882 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Is. 182. A I'D It V or A MINKII. It has very often, indeed, been said and I am one who brieves in the truth of it that there is no general rule, hut there is an exception to it, and bo it was with the subject of our sketch rat De lauey. 1 am not sure 1 am correct in naming Pat ad the subject of the story, inasmuch as his gray mare figures as conspicuous1 ly in it as he himself does; in short the story is not of Pat Delancy, but of Fat Delaney and his Old lirav Mare." The Irish are proverbially charitable hospitable in the extreme. All who have seen or written of them agree in saying hospitality is one of the chief characteristics of the Irish people, but in this particular respect Pat Delaney was a most decided exception He was of a stingy, grasping, miserly disposition, utterly regardless how he made money, so that he made it, and deaf to the applications of the needy who Bought relief at his Hands He wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 November 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBTJNlfi, NOVEMBER 18, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1882. Have you secured your torkty for ThaukHglviug dinner? A new postofflce called Rondo has been established in this county. Yesterday was in delightful contrast witn the dark and stormy day of Thurs day. Thursday was about as disagreeable a day as is ever experienced; snowing and blowing all day. Diphtheria is prevalent in some por tions of the state and in some cases threatens to become epidemic. The mill of the Cheboygan Lumber company shut down Thursday night after a very suscessf ul season's sawing. The sacred concert at the town hall last Sunday evening drew a large at tendance. The music was very enjoya ble. Peter A. Paquin, ex-sheriff of Cheboy gan county, and a Republican, ran on the stump for Sheriff of Mackinac county and was elected. Capt. Suow witli the tug Bennett in tends making an attempt to recover the anchors and chains from the wrecked propeller Canisteo, if the weather will per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 November 1882

tO7 .HIT ffiTTT AT ATI niTTTTl T. AT lUfo 11 UAliLEiJlll i! IM UIO VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1882. NO 21 a TRIBUNE Noethem Tribune. PUBLISHED KVEItY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER. C. J. HUNT. C- . RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teeth Bxtraoted without pain. Offloe, MatD street, opposite Post A Van Arsdale's. T. A.-Pefrin, M. D. C. A. Peri-in. M. d! PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. OfHce in Peoples' Drtur Store, MaihStrjckt, CHEDOYGANrM Jan 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. Tho Oar is stocked with the host brands and the urirest variety of liquors to be found in town. Terras, $4.50 per week, or $1 per day. First door east sldo'of the brid iTJuly-tf GBO. W. BBIX. OS l AH ADAMS. BELL fc uID.lCS, ATTORNEYS I COUNSELORS AT LAW. CHEBOYGAN, - MICH, Will attend to Col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 November 1882

V THE NORTHERN TKlBITNff, NOVEMBER 25, 1882. NORTHEEN TMBTJJE. . I -5- 8ATURDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1882. TIIAXKNGI VINCI MMOAI ATIOW The President of the United stairs having bv uroclamatlon set auart Thurs day. November 30th 1882. as a day of public thanksgiving throughout lue land, Now therefore, I, David H. Jerome ornvArnor of the state of Michigan, in con formity with said procliamation. and witn time nonorea custom, no recoiuuieuu that the people of this state, on mat day laving axilla their advocations, do as semble and meet together and render thanks to Almighty Qod for the benefits received at his hands, for the abundant haryests.for peace, happiness and security and for the prosperity or ine common mIHi And T furthur recommend that the day be observed as a time for kindly deeds of charity for toe surxering anu unfortunate, that all within the com monwealth may remember the Great ftlvor nf ovatv trttrtA And oerfprt ffift. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and cause...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 November 1882

ME NORTHERN TBIBTJNK, NOVEWBBR 25. 1883, 3 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 85. 1883. Note We. from Report of PoatoHtco pur t men I . The length of all mail routes in Texas 1b 20,000 miles over 5,000 miles in ezcesB of the next highest state. Daring the past eight years 19 em ployes of the mail service were killed while on duty, 84 were seriously injured and 77 slightly wounded. The cost of new mail bags and mail catchers for the past fiscal year was $198,389; and the cost of new mail locks and repair of old oues, $21,999. The expense of mall messenger service for the fiscal year ending Jane 30 was $721,207, or $7.20 per mile for the year on 100,563 miles of railway service. Michigan has 4,805 miles of star route mail and 4,291 miles of railway mall, and the total cost of mall transportation in tha state was ii.659.702 durlne the year ending June 30. The amount witheld from contractors by the postal department for fines and forfeitures durihg the last fiscal year was $192,230. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 November 1882

'HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 25, 1682. Northern Tribune. Entered at the Poatoflloe at Chebojrgai Mich., aa Second Clans Matter, a , ' r mm SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1882. Marin Mutter. mm mm for The schooner North Cape cleared Tuesday evening, with lumber, for Chi cago. The schooner Narragansett cleared Tuesday with railroad tiea for Gratd Haven. The Leviathan has goiie to Georg. inn bay af tor a schooner owned by the Kirtland Wolf A; Davidson company which went to Colpoys bay after a cargo of cedar, iff r The St. J'anl called in Tuesday morn ing bound from Collingwood to Chicago with a fall cargo of general merchan dise. She will come here and load lum ber and then expects to take a cargo of salt to Chicago, should the weather per mit. The schooner Joseph Paige arrived Wednesday with 12,500 bushels of oats, 3,000 of corn, 120 barrels of pork, 100 of beef, 50 packages of provisions, and 278 packages of merchandise and groceries consigned to Me Arthur Smith & Co. She is loading lu...

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