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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1882

The Northern Tribune. ' VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1G, 1882. NO 24 DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extra'-ted without piiln. Otlioe, Mulu street, opposite Post & Van Arsdule's. T. A. Perrln, M. D. 0. A. Perrtn. M. D. EniiT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples' Drujr Store, Main Htkkkt, CHBIJOYOAN, M Jan D it. H . HIETZE, Formerly Physician In the Prussian Array, will treat, with medical skill, all casus of sickness. Particular attention paid to chronic diseases. A specialty will be made oi all complaints of the weaker sex. Office ai Central Drug Store Sdeclm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M H THIS House Is so situated that It commands the host view of the Harbor to bo obtain ed In towu. KUUard room in connection. The bar Is stocked with the best brands and the unrest variety of liquors to be found Id town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or f 1 por day. First door east side of tho brld .Tju'y-tf OBO. W. UEf.I,. 'OHCAlt ADAM...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TKlBUNii:, DECEMBER 16, 882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY DECEMBER 16, 1H82. Already more than eighteen thous and children have subscribed to the Longfellow memorial fund. It is claimed for PcttHville, Da., that it has the deepest coal mine in America. Through Its shaft, 1,570 feet in depth, 200 cars holding four tons each are lift ed every Jay. Missionary Ridge, near Chattanooga, Tenn., fatuous in war history, has a prospect of dcoming ltaown as a great peach orchard. Thirty thawsand of these fruit trees are now growing on it. Its l.intls have increased tenfold in value in the last few years. Senator Ferry is again on duty at Washington. As to his prospects for re election, he says he is sure to got enough men to go into caucus to nominate him and he is confident of his success on the final ballot. He denies emphatically that he ever devised or desired the sacri fice of Gov. Jerome and the Republican congressmen, for the benefit of Republi can legislative candidates. The...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1882

i H Hi NORTHERN TR TRUNK. IVROTCMRTflR 1rt 1AM. a Northern Tribune. rflflUgttfrggggfe iIWwil SATURDAY. DECEMBER 16. 1882. t ; SS2S&S1RSS: 1 A I .C ft .kfflw5Sfc HI I 111 Rim..dlI.,rk.rliiipr.V.m...... BHftEil M W 1 A special telera n to the Post and Tribune says: "The question of river and harbor im provement!, aad future appropriations thurefor nmm ro lt agitating the minds of many conr ss.uhu just at present ami bi Is fair to Iwoiue of as much im portau itj .is tiie question- of tariff and in ternal revenue reduction. Mr. Randall has a resolution which be will offer at the first opportunity, calling upou the President for tin following information in reference to appropriations for rivers and harbors, viz: The aggregate amount appropriated since the beginning of the government; annual appropriations from the beginning; aggregate and an nual appropriations for each particular work; statements of the benefits to com merce of the several works, setting forth the navigable capacit...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1882

Northern tribune. Entered at the Poatomoe at Cheboygan Mil h . 8econd Clans Matter. 8ATURDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1882. W. S. Smith is going to put ihingle mill iu at his saw mill and manufac ture shingles extensively next season. The Cheboygan river range lights have gone into winter quarters to re main until the opening of navigation f jr the season of 1883. The effect of the cold i seem in the gathering ice fields, along the shores of the straits, which are gradually increas ing in size day after day. Bets are offered, with no takers, that there will be four months of sleighing in this section this winter. There is certainly enough snow to give it a fair start. The drifting snow has furnished busi ness for the snow plows on the railroad this week, and with all their efforts they have not been able to keep the trains on time. The Cheboygan light house was lighted Wednesday night for the last time this season. Mr. Graves has kept it in good running order all season, and has been faithful ...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 1C, 1882 EE ALEES I 1ST lardware, Detroit Stum, Paints, Oils, k fink Glass Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. JLljio "KiTtiina,l DiTt" 1 Trrr of Tin, Copper and Slxeet Iron. TTTajce. m and Sue NOKTHERN TRIBUNE. Hi SATURDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1882. If this weather continues the Algo mah'a troubles will soon begin. The prevailing weatherxthis week has been a kind of second cousin to a Man itoba blizzard. Since the close of navigation the ship ment of iron ore by rail is becoming quite an item of traffic. A gentleman remarked the other day, that he knew this would be a hard win ter from the fact that so many young couples were getting married. That cold wave of last week seems to have struck pretty generally all over the country, and farther south, much more severe than in this section. A. P. Newton has received advices that the Lawrence threw overboard 200 packages of a large lot o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, I)E : KM I ! K R Hi. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DEC K M BE R 10. 1882. Tlie I iitercMtliiy; Texas Centipede. Kroni Texas Sittings, t r Thin interesting inject is not so much celebrated for its amiability of disposi tion as its good looks, boo at the same time we cannot recommend it either as a parlor ornament or as a toy for a child to play with, unless it is a second hand mild that nobody has any particular line for. Centipedes are of different sites but they are all made pretty much after the same pattern. They are made up of about one third sting, one third bite, and one half geiteral cnssectness. They are casemented with a shell that is as hard as the bark of a boarding house cran borry pie. The length of the centipede varies very much, hut if the centipede wants to get a notice in the local paper, he's got to stretch himself to about nine inches in length, these hard times. We have never read of one that measures Jess. His body, which is a successio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 16, 1882 i Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER W, W&l BY JVDCB ( I.AUK. It was my first cine ol importance, and I had taken it u speculation. If I succeeded, it would not only baa feather in my cap, but a neat sum In my pocket; if I didn't, it would he at tlie cost of a deal of labor wasted ami sound legal drubbing at the hands ol' Naboth Tvvys cott who appeared on the oilier side. 'I'lu' ti'rM wnu . .11 .in : hitter, tin; ended in a swinging verdict fqr my cli ent. "Will Jundle pay up, or shall I issue an execution?" I asked Twyscott a 'lit tle jubilantly, as we left the court room. With the tip of his right forefinger, Twyscott pulled down his left under eyelid, and with a tantalising wink in quired: "Do you see anything green, Mr. Craye?" Next day he filed a motion for a new trial ou forty-seven several grounds. The judge, after hearing argument, overruled the motion. But Twyscott didn't surrender. He appealed from court to court till he reache...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER ML 1882. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDA1, DECEMBER 16. 1882. The trains have beeii mure or less de layed this week by the drifting snow. Judging from present indications we would predict tiiat there would be sev eral days of sleighing before the winter is over. We notice that notwithstanding the storms of the past week or ten days.there is considerable building going on. Che boygan is bound to grow. rapt, Bouchard reports a rough trip with the Van Raalte on her last trip of the season and says that Saturday she ran through fifty or sixty miles of ice on his way down. G. 8. Wixson will open his new photo graph parlors in a few days where he will do as good work as can be done in the large cities. Rooms over Post & Van Arsdale's old hardware store. As Christmas is approaching the little ones, and some of the larger ones, can be seen gazing with wistful eyes at the display of holiday goods in the numerous windows, many of which are quite at tractively ar...

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

The Northern Tribune. VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1882. NO 25 DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEHOYUAN wCicl5., Toettt Extracted without pain. Otflce, Main treet, opposite Post A Vnn Arsdale's. T.A. Porrin.M.D. C. A. Perrln. M. D. BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples' Drujr Store, Main-Sthkbt, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan D It. H. RIETZE, Formerly Physlelan'ln the Prussian Army, will treat, with medical Skill, all eases of sickness. Particular attention paid to chronic diseases. A specialty will be made oi all complaints of the weaker sex. Office ai Central Drug Store JKIeclni AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OS 1 ER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M H THIS House Is so situated that It command! the best view of the Harbor to be ) it it i li ed in town. Milliard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brand! and the arret variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or ft per day. First door east side of the brld t7July-tf C.Kit. W. IIKI.I, OSC.VIt AD...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 23, 1882. ' Northern tribune. SATURDAY DECEMBER 23. 1S82. In the libel suit of Dr.Bathrick against the Detroit Post and Tribune the jury rendered a verdict of $2,500 for the plain tiff. The President nan accepted 250 miles of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, 200 miles of which is in Arizona, and fifty miles in the Indian Territory. Washington is astonished at ru mors current that a Justice of the Su preme Court lost several thousands in a gaming house, and only left the table when the proprietor refused to further honor his personal checks. The diligence of Congress this winter is in notable contrast with its wonted disposition to defer business from week to week, and its zeal in work and dis inclination to lose time by adjournment have become subjects of common com mendation. The Supreme court of the United States Monday morning rendered a decision in the political assessment case of N. L, Curtis. The constitutionality of the law under which Curtis ...

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

itiE NORTH KRIS TRIBUNE, DECEMRER 23. 1882. Nobthem Tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1882. THK OLDCAPITOL. letriM i Ion of th Old sinlt- H i.n nt Spcll Dinpateh to the PoHt and Tribune. Lansing, December 1H. The old cagl tol buildiujif in Hi 18 city took tire at hJK past 2 o'clock this afternoon, and in the space of an hour was entirely consumed. The fire caught in the garret from a de fective chimney aud spread very rapid ly. The building was occupied by Piatt & Bros., handle manufacturers, and by the grand army of the republic. The loss on the building and material will be fully covered by insurance, but Piatt Bros, will lose largely in coriHequence of stoppage of business and failure to fulfill large contracts already made. The insurance was di.ided as follows: Nortti ern, of London, $1,500; Couimerdfcl Union, of London, $500; Niagara, $1,500; Westchester and St. Paul, $1,000 each, aud Union, of California, $1,750, besides $3.0 K) on the building. This ancient structure was co...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE DECEMBER 23, 1882. Nobthebn Tribune. Entered at the Potoce at Cheboygan Mich., a.Secoud Lhh Matter. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1882. We congratulate A. P. McKinnon over that son, and are glad to learn that "the family" are all doing well. Don't forget to attend Prof. Sweet's Christmas hop at his dancing academy, next Monday evening. All are invited to attend. A R. Thayer is putting in the cutting machinery in his mill for manufacture iug excelsior, and expects to get n shape for manufacturing before many days. The indications this morning are that the thaw which has prevailed for sever al days has caught cold and that we are going to have more snow, it snowing at times quite fast. Those who have not selected their Christmas presents we would advise to consult the advertising columns of the Tribune. You will see many nice things mentioned that will fill the bill. The parochial school . of St. Mary's church indulged in an im promt u celebra tion, yesterday in honor of...

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

THE NOKTMHIRN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 23. 1882 5 XD B LEES I 1ST lints, is, k, Mil C iry and She art ware ftTmiT mm i n,Md.iM and Um, Ooods. Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Hope, Anchors, OaKum jfuuey Also 3ajLT3.factVLieis of Tin., Popper and S3a.eet Iron. -Ware. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1882. Rapp & Lapren wish their many pat rons a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year through the advertising col umns of the Tribune this week. Don't fail to read it. Since the thaw several of our enter prising business men, by the aid of shovels, have demonstrated the fact that their is a sidewalk in front of their lihuvs of business. Tuesday the shovel brigade was out in force. Commissioners appointed by Judge of Probate Perkins, last week divided the estate of the late Jas. F. Watson between the four heirs. Their appraisement and division of the estate was so equitable that the heirs were all well satisfied. Capt. Jas. N. Riley has charge of Car kin, Stickney and Cram's ...

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

6 THE NORTHERN TRmUNK DEPEMBKR 2& 1SS2. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1882. TH1 oxenutiye committee of the Mich igan state agricultural society will hold its annual meeting at the Michigan Ex change in Detroit, on the evening of the sth prox. A publication of a pension list for the purpose of revealing i in posters among pensioners is being talked of, and it is probable a bill for that purpose soon mil be introduced. 'l a a House Monday voted down a rese ll ution for adjournment over the holi days by 121 to 105, and adopted a resolu tion making each day's absence during holiday week punishable by a hue of $60. The French spoliation bill has been be fore Congress for the past eighty years, and just squeezed through Friday of last week in a modified form. The amount of claims is rive millions to twenty millions of dollars, and many of the original claimants are long since dead. The bill may got through the House in the next eighty years. According to the Detroit Evening...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 December 1882

THE NOKTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER 23. 1882 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMHKIt 23. lHSiT" AN KXUI.IMII IA' VIEW To the Editor of thu Lansing Republican. Sir: Tw impressions of an English man visiting this country for the ttrst time, niay bo of interest to your readers. As I have been here only hIx months, my "wisioii" like that of Sam Weller, is limited, and the conclusions I have drawn from what 1 have seen will lie most probably wrong. Of New YorK I saw no more than was to be seen during a Sunday evening's walk along the Bowery. What with a nearly every other store being a ten cent museum making night hideous with never ceasing electric drums, or much belabored gongs, peddlers crying their wares on the sidewalks, street cars by the dozen jingling their bells in the road, and the elevated railway rattling over head I thought I had never heard such a hullabaloo in my life. For the first time I had a realistic idea of Hunyau's imag inary Vanity Eair, and the idea was strangely highten...

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

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. DECEMBER' '. 1882. Southern tribune. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 88, 1882. A Merry Christinas to all. Some are predicting an open winter. They have only turned prophets since thin soft spell set in. Considerable more darkness than day light these short days. It gives the weary a chauce to rest, if they only em brae the opportunity. We already hear considerable talk of building next season and the pros pects are many fine improvements will be made in our village. Hard coal has been furnished our citi zens this winter at one dollar a ton less than it has been selling for in any of our neighboring towns. We see by the Bay City papers that the .small schooner Dreaduaught, formerly owned here, has been hauled out to be rebuilt this winter. She was quite ten der wheu her Cheboygan owners sold ber. The state legislature will convene at the capitol, Wednesday, January 3.1, and on the second Tuesday thereafter, Jan uary 18, will proceed to elect a United States Senator to succ...

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

The Northern VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1882. Tribune. , Ten 90 DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTISTi CHEBOYGAN Teeth Uxtra' tod without piiiu. Ottlce, Muin Btreet, opposite Powt Vmi Arwlalo's. T. A. Porrin, M. D. C. A. Pen In. M . D. iPErinsr bbos, PHYHH JIAN8, SURUEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drujr Store, Jan Main Stheet, CUE noVO AN, M 1 K. H. HIETZE, Formerly PbyMuian in the Prussian Army, will treat, with medical skill, all cases of sickness. Particular attention paid to chronic diseases. A specialty will be made oi all complaints of the weaker sex. Office ai Central Drug Store i'declm . AFRICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSTER, Proprietor. CHP3BOYGAN, - M H THia 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 arirest variety of liquors to be found In town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or $1 per day. r lrst door east side of tho brld i7July-tf GEO. W. HEM, OSCAK ADAMS...

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

a THE NORTHERN TKlBUNJjJ, DECEMBER 30, 1SS2. Northeen Tribune. SATURDAY DECKMBER HO, 1882. In response to a resolution of inquiry originating in the Senate (l repa'ri lo the number of pensioners who would lie affected by tiie House bill allowing maimed soldiers (MO a month, the Com missioner of Pensions says that the number would be, as the roll now stands, i,782, and the annual increase would be $2,021,244. The lowest amount now paid is $18 a month, which is for the loss of one hand or one foot; the largest, 37.50, which is for the loss of one leg at tin hip. The latter class certainly ought to be pensioned more liberally than the former. It is remarkable that the number is so small considering how many of our soldiers suffered amputation and survived the operation. As a rule the constitution was seriously shattered and life shortened. COME ONE Come All ! Now Mrs. Iuoliin wants it understood that she will s.'ll her stock of Millinery at prices that will astonish all who call and wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 December 1882

1 i HK NORTHERN TKII!UNE, DECEMIiKli 30, 1882. Northern Trirun e. SATURDAY, DKCKMBKIt . lH lolilii I ii ii at I.iitV) t r. Mr. Browne tlius hcrins the i n t rotl uc tion to his new volume, "Law and Law yers in Literature:" It i my purpose to show liow the law and lawyers have been depicted in liter ature. 1 shall do this by extracts from the e!ief dramatists, novelists. Iiistori aus, essayists, and moralists, with occa sional notes of illustration, suggestion or proteec There is, undoubtedly, ami always has been, a temle iey on the part of man kind to rail against ami make funofhllthe learned professions. To call the clergyman a hypocrite, the phy sician a murderer, and the lawyer H liar, has lung been of the favorite amuse ments of a numerically considerable part of mankind. Much of this la mere handinage, but a good deal is serious and in tne portion that is not avowedly serious, there is frequently a grain of earnest.. The msss of men do not love men who are able to get a living,...

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

THE NORTHERN TK1BTJN.HJ, DECEMBER 80, 1882. Northern tribune. Eutereil at the PoHtofltce ut Clieboyicaii Mich., HtSoconil CIhmh Mutter. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1882. WW ATM REWI. The Huron Tribune litis 10,fl00 libel suit un hand. (irantl Rapids is tube telephonically run ncct rii with Ionia anil (ireeuville next spring. Eight degrees above zero is the lowest notch the mercury bas reached in bleak Petoskey this whiter. T.C.Phillip, a few days ago, shot a bear weighing 141 pounds, in Monitor township, Bay county. The West Pay City council have au thorized advertisements for proposal for a Holly system of water works, the cost not to exceed $25,000. The pollywogH have appeared at Ionia and the blue birds at Battle Creek. Hail, gentle spring! P. S. But don't sell your flannels to the ragman yet. Work on the Pontiac, Oxford & Port Austin railway lias closed in Huron county, and will not be resumed until the county thaws out next spring. The Marshal Expounder says "ten per cent, mortg...

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