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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 November 1882

THE NOKTHijJRN TRIBUNE. NOVEMBER 25, 1882 I 1ST Heavy and She oiui una, m, Miiiuwn uia Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks, -.lso 2GLrxfa,ct"vj.xexs of Tin, Copper a,n.d. Si.eet Ixoxx "T77"stre. wmm, Do Stoves, o Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1882. Miss Ida Clark entertained a number of friends at the residence of her parents Wednesday evening. Prof. R. S. Sweet will give his grand opening ball on Thanksgiving night. All are invited, and a good time may be expected. C. A. Gallagher will soon commence the erection of a skating rink, to be 125 feet square, on ihe vacant lots south of Mulvaugh's harness shop. Reports from the Nimrods to Thurs day, was to the effect that they had the carcasses of five deer hanging on trees as trophies of their skill as hunters. We see by the Elmira Gazette that Rev. J. L. Maile and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of another young Congrega tionalist in their famil...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 November 1882

" 7 6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 25, 1882. Nobthern Tribune. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1882. "AKIME AND WALK. Details of tbc Miraculous 'ure of Hlchard ilufriuun Hla Prjajrers Au- we red. The details of the apparently miracu lous cure by prayer of Richard Hoffman, a cripple of Bentleysville, Washington county, which has already been briefly referred to, make a wonderful story. Hoffman is 40 years old, and was born near where he now lives. He is a car penter by trade, and a very ingenious mechanic. When 13 years old he sus tained a fall which injured his spine. He suffered more or less until about five J ears ago, when he was compelled to re inquish his trade, and had to use crutches to assist him in walking. As he grew weaker his feet refused to sup port him, and for about a year he walk ed on his knees. After that he traveled about in a wheel chair, operated with levers, but finally he became unable to nit up, even, and resorted to the use of a contrivance which was a combination o...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 November 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. NOVEMBER 25. 1882 Northern Tribune. 8ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1882. i ki i: m inus . i. 1 Eleanore Gray and Dora Alton were Sreat friends, though two more dissim at iu every way it woold be hard to find. For, While Eleanore was tall, dark, and brilliantly colored, Dora was child ishly slight, with a pale, lily-fair skin; and while Eleanore was vivacious and daring, Dora was shy and quiet. And, strange to say, the one you would deem least fitted to cope with the world wasjthe one whom circumstances had compelled to do so from her earliest youth. The acquaintance between the two girls began at school; and when Elea ore, leaving school days behind for ever, came to her beautiful home, at her urgent solicitation, Dora, whom she had grown to love as tenderly as a sister, accompanied her. The first month of vacation had passed, and the second had been entered upon, and Dora sighs as she thinks how very soon the time will have flown and this delightful experience that ha...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 November 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER 25, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATI KDAY, NOVKMBKR 25. 1882. Lost, strayed or stolen number of the cross walks on Main street. We sug gest that a search warrant be issued and an effort be made to see If they can not be found. We think the condition of Main street this week is conclusive that it should be paved. One man, not a property owner, says he would contribute ten dollars towards having it done. 0. W. Ruggles, general passenger agent of the Michigan Central, gives no tice that after December 1 the sale of tickets over the Mackinaw division, for tourists, will be discontinued. A man with a shovel was prospecting Thursday forenoon, trying to And signs of crosswalks on Main street, at certain points where it was rumored there had been indications of such walks existing. The Atlantic on her trip down, Mon day, had on 200 bags of wheat, taken on board at St. Ignace for Port Huron, which, it is claimed, was the first ship ment of wheat ever made from Ma...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1882

The Northern Tribune. I VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MIOH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1882. NO 22 Nokthern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER. C. J. HUNT. C. 8. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO PWBLI3HEB3. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTISTi CHEBOYGAN Teath Extracted without pain. OlBce, Main Street, opposite Post A Van Arsdulo'a. T. A. Porrin, M. D. C. A. Porrin. M. D. TETl-n.TT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Otttoe in Peoples' Drusr Store, MAIIf Stuket, CHEUOl'GAN, M jan AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSTER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M H THIS House is so situated that it commands the best view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed in town. Milliard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the argest variety of liquors to bo found in town, verms, $ 1.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east side of the brid i7Ju'y-l f CEO. W. BILL. OSCAR ADAMS. imam & counselors a: law, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH, Will attend to Collections, Converanolna and Ml matters pertai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TKlBUNJi;, DECEMBER 2, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY DECEMBKR 2. 1882 It Is believed now that Commissioner Raum will recommend a reduction of the internal revenue to about $100,000,000 per annum. To strengthen the money market, the government will accept unmatured bonds in all calls at the rate of $10,000,- 000 per weelt Twenty-five leading clearing houses reported exchanges last week amount ins ftoltlJBtt.709.988. a larcre increase over the returns of the previous week and indicating commercial prosperity throughout the country. i Sullivan, the slugger, has finally kill ed a fool who attempted to win $1,000 by standing up for a flcht of four rounds with the champion. About three hun dred persons witnessed the murder, which occurred at a variety theater in Washington several days ago. One would naturally suppose that a majority of 13,000 would make the call ing and election of a candidate for Con gress sure; but the seat of Judge Peters, of Kansas, is to be contested...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1882

.iJfi NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 2, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. DKCKMBEK 2. 1882. NOVI'IUHKH. The leaves ar falling, falling slow: The autumn skies have lmt their glow, And leaden cloud-hanks bending low, A hove the hare woods frown. A Grayish mist half shrouds the face Of scraggy hills, and lends a grace To you Hat meads, which ttear the trace Of plow upon their hrown. Amidst the clanking, slim heech houghs A biting wind oft weridly soughs; Down ill the Ian.- a few sheep urowBe On tufts of withered grass. tnd, as the pale light fainter grows, oow. In scanted pasture, lows; Whilst, well nigh choked witli dead leaves, flows, The brook once clear as glass. Yet close-packed stand the fodder rows, And men the well-filled garners close Against the flocks of thieving crows That In the tree-tops swarm. And in the farm-house all is cheer; There wintry omens bring no fear; The blazing hearth logs gayly fleer At threats of coininir storm. Wm. Struther, In Philadelphia Bulletin. Initiati...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 2, 1882. Northern tribune. Entered at the Potofltce at Cheboygan Mich., an Second Cla Matter. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1882. Itlurinw Mutter. The schooner Joseph Paige cleared Tuesday for Chicago with lumber for McArthur Smith & Co. The tug J. W. Bennett has gone in to winter quarters at the upper end of S, Baker & Son's dock. Capt Kirtland informs us that the Leviathan is to receive a thorough re build the coming winter. The tuer Mystic arrived down from the Sault Thursday night and left yes terday morning on her return trip. The tug Gladiator with the wreck ing schooner Johnson in tow left Thurs day evening for winter quarters at De troit. We understand the schooner Narra gansett, which left here last week with a cargo of ties, lost a part of her deck load in the severe storm of Thursday of last week. The schooner Lookout arrived Mon day morning with grain .and supDlies for Nelson & Bullen, loaded lumber from the Chdbovcran Lumber Co., and c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1882

THE NOKTMERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 2, 1882 TD IK LEES 3b eavy and Shelf Hardware, Detroit Stoves, Paints, ' Oils, k, Window Glass, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks, AlBO Dbwa,rL-u.feict"u.rers of Tin, Copper strxd. Sixeet Iron. "X7"a,re- Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1882. Thai Ulfrurd BuitiiicM. The editor of the Democrat says we did not question the truth of his item in the TaiBUNE.here where all the witnesses are known. It was for this very reason we did not mention it. We did not care one iota for what the editor of that sheet said about us personally here at home where the facts are known, and whereas he claims all the witnesses are known. It is a well known fact, notwithstanding he claims to hold no spite against us, that he has manifested the greatest spite towards the writer and has not hesitated to publish the most glaring falsehoods, statements that every person knew to be false. In a com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TlifRlfNE. DECEMBER 2. 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1882. nirmiM. the old man. CtlTlnv Fa the "Koynl Bumper D- "Say, are you a Mason or a nod fellow, or nothing? ask the Milwaukee bad boy of the groceryiiuan, as he went to the cinnamon bag on the shelf, and took out a long stick of cinnamon bark to chew. "Why, yes, of course I am. But what set you thinking of that?" asked the gro cery man, as he went to' the desk and charged the boy's father with half a pound of cinnamon. "Well, do the goats bunt when you nishiate a fresh candidate?" "No, of course not. The goats are cheap ones, that have no life, and we muzzle them and put pillows over their heads, so they can't hurt anybody," said the grocery man, as he winked at a brother Odd Fellow, who was seated on a sugar barrel, looking mysterious. "But why do you ask?" "Oh, nuthin', only I wish me and my chum had muzzled our goat with a pil low. Pa would have enjoyed becoming a member of our lodge better. You s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 2, 1882 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. DKCEMHKR 2. 18SS AamiTiii of i. . k i v i . Lira. A Chapter Wliluh Iiovm I mtc i Wit hs well is Wisdom in tlw lulpl. The Kov. A. Dean In tho Indnpondant. Id the early part of the present cen tury Dr. Asa Burton, pastor of the Con gregational church at Thetfont Vt.. was one day officiating as moderator of the Orange association of ministers, of which he was a memher, and, toward evening, while the brethren were engaged iu crit icising an essay which had just been read by one of their number, tea was brought in and passed around. One of the juniors at once arose and said: "Mr. Moderator, shall we continue our criti cisms while we are eating?" The doc tor pithily replied; "Young man, let your victuals stop your mouth." A young minister once preached for the celebrated Dr. Emmons, of Franklin, Mass. and as he was about commencing the services he said to the doctor: "I will be glad if you will offer the long prayer before...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 2. 1882. Northern Tribune. S U RD U, DKCKMHKR 2. 1H82. Carkiu, Stickoey & Cram have two dredges at work on the harbor and Mr, Cram informs us ttiat they will be kept at work as long as the weather will permit. The public debt statement shoaws re duction of about $15,000,000 for Novem ber. It shows the total amount of It 1 i per cent bonds exchanged for 3 per cents up to date to be $280,31)4,750. Services at the Congregational church to-morrow at 10H a. m. and 7. P. M. Morning subject, "characteristics of an excellent spirit". In the evening the pastor will deliver the eighth lecture in the course to young people; subject "Instability." Clerk Trempe of the St. Marie informs us that Thursday while the steamer Osceola of Wards line, was passing up theSault river on her last trip for the season a man tell overboard, about three miles below4the Sault, and was drowned, lie was unable to ascertain the name of the man. The Cheboygan Lumber Company con te...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1882

The Northern Trirune. I VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1882. NO 2: Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED BUTl SATURDAY. W. OQAMDL.BR. C. J. IIITNT. C. S. KAMHAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., F U-BLI3HEE3. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION fe. DENTIST! Toeth Extra "tcil without pain. Office, Main Btrect, opposite Post & Van Arstlale's. T. A. Perrin, M. I). C. A. Porrin. M. D. k PHYSICIANS, SUMMONS, ETC. i Office n Peoples' Dnur Stor Main Stkekt, ci ie novo AX, M Jan I) R. D. RIETZB, Formerly Physician in the Prussian Army, will treat, with modical skill, all cases of sickness. Particular attention paid to ohromo diseases. A specialty- w in ie made oi tM oomplalnti of the weaker sex. Offioe at Central Drujr Store Meelm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIJBB, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, M H rnilis House Is so situated tlutt it commands 1 tii ' i. ii . , ,, ,,i me Harbor to be obtain M In town, milliard room In connection. The bar is stocked with the hesl hrands and the arjfest va...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1882

2 THE NORTHERN TR1BUNK, DECEMBER 9, 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY DECEMBER 9.1882. The Garfield fair, which closed Satur day night at Washington, realized sev eral thousand dollars, the managers re port. All of the Michigan members were present at the opening of congress,save Senator Ferry and Representatives Hubbell and Rich. The average reduction of duties on imports recommended in the report of the tariff commission is between twenty and twenty-five per cent. The new Indian appropriation .bill provides for a grant of $5,208,955, this being $274,200 less than the amount al lowed for the current fiscal year. The German government has invited the United States to participate in an international exhibition of domestic cattle, to be held at Hamburg in July, 1883. President Arthur has appointed and commissioned Clayton McMichael, of Philadelphia, United States Marshal for the District of Columbia, in place of Henry, removed. Mr. McMichael is ed itor and proprietor of the Philadelphi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1882

t -v Nojtimteibtjne. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1882. Some Subjects lor lcbttte. From the N. Y. T.ibune. Itia nearly time for the debating societies of the country to resume their annual meetings, and it is probable that before the long winter is over they will be casting about for new subjects, all the familar ones, such as the origin of sin, and the madness of Hamlet, having been exhaustively discussed and decided beyond appeal. To such societies we respectfully submit a few questions which they may tind worthy of the mettle of the members. How does it happen that an ace that laid the ocean cable, set the telephone talking and the electric light blazing has been baffled by the v ital problemn of cleaning the streets of a great city? How does it happen thai we Americans who resist so resolutely any scheme for the government of cities that looks to the abridgement of the rignt of suffrage never protest against the previous ques tion, which is an abridgement of the right of f roe speech ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, DECEMBER !), 1882. Northern Tribune. Euterert at the Postoffloe at Cheboygwn Alien., asSeconrt Class Matter. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1882. ITJurJiiu Mat trim. Tho Van Raalte is the latest boat out of the season in this region. She has been kept busy carrying supplies up the north shore, seventeen carloads coming in by rail in one lot. The Leviathan left for Milwaukee Tuesday morning. Capt. Kirtland In tended stopping at the Manitous to ex amine the condition of the schooner Moutauk.and if there was, in his opinion, any chance of getting her off, he would m ike the endeavor. The St. Paul arrived Sunday morn ing and remained in port until Tues day morning. The owners expected to purchase a part of a cargo of lumber here but none was available and she remained in port on account of the bad weather. She left for Alpena Tuesday where they would endeavor to get lum ber, and then proceed to Huron, 0., to winter. We understand during the winter her boilers and engine wil...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DM ?RMBER 9, 1882 DEALERS I 3T ivy iiiid She Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. Also HCa.n.uLfa.ctu.rexa of Tin, Copper and Sifcieet lion "V7"a.re. mm, Detail Sum Fiimk Oik I Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. DKOK.MBKR . 1SS2. CSmyth & Co., the enterprising jewel ers and stationers, Dome out witli a new advertisement this week. Fexer's holiday announcement con tains a vast amount of information. It can be found in another column. 0. M. Clement, the boot and shoe deal er, will have an interesting advertise ment in next week's issue. Look out for it. Charles Southam did the inside paint ing of Post & Van Arsdale's new store room and it shows forth his handy work in other words "It speaks for itself." Read the new advertisement of L. P Limpert in this issue. Mr. Limperf has a very fine stock of watches, jewelry, &c. which will well repay any one to exam ine, The railroad trains ar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DEnEMBEK 9. 182. 6 Northern tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1882. Banking of the Future. From the Detroit Tost and Tribune, The comptroller of the currency, in his annual report to the secretary of the treasury, says: The successful refunding of the 5 and 6 per cents as they matured, at first into 4 and per cents, and subsequently in to 3l a per cents and during the last year into 3 per cents, together with the rapid reduction of the debt, has had the effect of renewing the discussion as to the permanency of the national banking system and its ability under existing laws to supply the additional circulation which may be hereafter annualy required The banks hold $40,000,000 of 'i per cents and nearly $180,000,000 of A per cents as security for their circulation. If the debt should hereafter continue to be reduced at the same rate as during the past year, all of these bonds will be called for payment in less than three years, and it will be necessary for the bank ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1882

riff i' THE WIKTHEIRN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 9, 1882 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 0, 1888, i iiirrtMiiK r mm tma us. RlviuVts from viol i eg I I iTrembUug down a glow'nz i lieek; Snowen aro they from rammer nkuB Wending through ahearhi red creek. WWP o, maid; I from the pain Lightly laden pleasure gain. How I'd Bootlie your grief, If great! But I know the pearli but prani e Like ootrlden tout statt of row mlling nwiilnh glance, wem o maid, for there appears Swoetfst Bfcdaefee Id your tears. Were I ot a oy as you I would deem the weeping sad. Coax you as I sometimes do, Kiss you till we both were glad; But Fll lose a kiss to-day, Watch you weep and waste away. Ah, your hands now hide alauirh, Which your voice too well betrays; Come, then mingled wine we'll quait From the cup-like lips you raise. There, (Hi maid ah, now you cry There, then, there! and ho do I! Courier-Journal. what rn k nvHHI ItltSUUIl r With a roar and a rattle, the 6 o'clock nnraaj train rniheri across the brhllT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DEnEMBEK 0. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DKCKMBER l. 1882. Tho iudicatious are that the ice crop of this section will prove an abundant one. The schooner I'nadilla bound from Escauaba to Cleveland, luy at anchor off this port Sunday and Monday. ('. A. Gallagher it) getting up the in closure of his skating park, at the north east corner of Main and Klin streets. Winter navigation must have been a serious matter this week as it has been unusually stormy the greater pait of the time, a howling gale with a great amount of enow. The dredges at work on the harbor were compelled to succumb to the terri ble weather of this week and went into winter quarters in the slip of the Che boygan Lumber Company. The close of navigation has improved business on the railroad, and the freight tralHc is increasing. Through rates are much lower than they were last winter, and our merchants appreciate it. The snow drifting in-tho river Thurs day, combined with the cold weather, f...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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