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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 February 1883

THE NOKTHERN TRIBUNE. FEBRUARY 3. 1883 DE ALEBS Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. -A-lso 3a,rL"u.fa.ctULrers of Tin, Copper sirxd. Slxeet Iron "77"2ire. eavy and So ardware, Detroit Stoves, rain Oik fc, Window to, Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1883. Rember the band hop at the Opera Houses on Monday evening. The night train, the few nights it hat been off, has been sadly missed. Mrs. P. F. Baker, having recovered her health, will be glad to meet her old friends again. Bert Conrad left yesterday morning to resume teaching school near Lnding ton. He has eleven weeks to teach yet before the close of his term. T. H. McGraw & Co.'s store and board ding houme, at Garfield Harbor, were burned inursday mglit. The fire origin ated from a defective flue. Our citizens should not fail to hear the Arabella Root Concert company at the Opera House, on Friday evening next, ii wm ne a rare musical treat. Mes...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 February 1883

THE NOBTHERN TR TRUNK. FEBRUARY 18s3. Northern tribune. . 1 i SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1883. W BATH Kit I'KOUXOHTM'N. SIMM Thing" ! In Order to He come "WmMN W'e" Tlw prognostics are deduced from ob servations gathered from the most relia ble source) in England, embracing III years, from 1077 to 1780, and are as fol low Bh 1. When the vernal equinox is not preceded or followed by the usual equi noctial storms, the succeeding summer will be dry at least five times in six. 1 If eastern storms occur on the I9tk 20th and 2lst of May, the ensuing summer will likewise be dry; the same characteristic applies to storms from whatever direction, on the 2oth, 2tn or 27th of March, viz.: a dry summer will follow. . . . whan otnrmq hiuM from or Be tween the 19th and 23d of March, having directions from the west southwest, the .succeeding summer will be wet flye times out of six. In England when both winter and sorimr are dry, iney are ai w.vo mU hut when these two seasons urut thav am nautili v war...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 February 1883

1 1 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. PKBMJARY 3. IHH. WW V Y A HN A I A KT. Thoy it in the winter ylnamiiiK, And tho die burnt In iRht timwuen; One tiua pug-n(i aeventy Hummers, And tbe other just seventeen. They rest In u Imppy sileneo Ah the shadows deepen fust; Oue lives in u coining future, And one in a long, long past . Eaeh dreams of u rush of musie. And a question whispered low; (nc will hear it this evening, One heard it long u.jro. Each dreams of a loving husband. Whose brave heart is hers alone; For one the Joy is eoming, For one the joy h is Mown. Each dreamH of a life of gladness Sprnt under the sunny skb s; And both the hope and the mein'ry Shine in the happy eves. Who knows which dream is the brlarhtes And who knows which is the best? The sorrow and Joy are mingled, But only the end is rest . Patriot Magazine. HIS lA OliS At.l Peck's Sun. "Say. yon are petting too alflred smart," said the grocery man to the bad boy as he pushed him into a corner by the malosHeu barrel, ami ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 February 1883

THE NORTHERN TR TRUNK, FEBRUARY 3. 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1883. Messr.s. Smith & Adams have turned out a very neat and taaty desk for the Probate Judge's office. Monday morning they commenced raising the boiler or the propeller A. C. Van Raalte for the purpose of having a new water bottom put in. Thursday another blizzard, straying around loose.struck our village and made things decidedly unpleasant for those having business calling them out on the street. At the coming spring election, the first Monday in April, a Judge of the Supreme Court to succeed Chief Justice Graves, and a Regent of the University are to be elected. The indications are that Chief Justice Graves will be re elected. The Senate committee on postofflces and post-roads made its report Friday of Last week, of the post route bill. Among the new routes established by the bill is one from Indian River to Rogers City. It also provides for a number of addi tional routes in Michigan. The keeper...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1883

The Northern Tribune. vol. s. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1883. NO 32 l7 DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! "rtffifflMrr ' CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain . Olticc, Main Itreet, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Pen-in. M. D. PSRBI1T BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. OIHoe in Peoples' Drur store, MainSxkkkt, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan QR.H. RIETZE, Formerly Physician in the Prussian Army, will treat, with medical skill, all cases of sickness. Particular attention paid to chronic diseases. A specialty will be made ot all complaints of the weaker sex. Office at Central Drug Store ttdeclm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M H THIS House Is so situated that it commands the beat 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 f 1 por day. First door east side of the brid 7Ju'y-tf LANDS FOR SALE !...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1883

Northern tribune. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1883. ui:n Hi.u w M in: convention A Republican state conveution to nominate two justices of the supreme court in place of Benjamin F. (inures, whom term expires I)e comber 31, L8B8L anl to fill tli vacancy caused by the resiiruation of Isaac Marstoii, filed to take effect February 28, 1883; also two regent of Uie university in place of Samuels. Walker, whose term will expire December 81, 1883, and Lyman I. Norrw, appointed to nil tli vacancy caused by the resignation of Hyron M Cutcheon, will be held at the academy of music in the city of hast Saginaw, on Wednes day, the 28th day of February, 1883, at 11 o'clock a. in. Counties will lie entitled to one delegate for each 50(1 votes cast for governor at the last election and one additional delegate for every fraction of 300 votes. Each organized county will be entitled to at least one delegate. Under a resolution heretofore adopted, no delegates will be entitled to a seat in the con ventlon wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1883

iHE NORTH KKN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 10. 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10, 183. THE CAMP t IKIC. i'Uw Ariu v Ituininer.-Wh r ll ONM l-Voiu HI now lit OperutoU. v The following Dijer on "The Army Buiuui m " was rea i ij Uapt. W. . Atkin son at a recent ca no nre uf Fairbanks post: 1 am usijiilly sel 'Cteil by my soldier friend to answer a ijuemiou or write an essay upon something 1 know very little about, and as they have followed up this plan t-nilit, I dnd myself down for the army bummer. I have heard there was such an ani mal roaming around the outskirts, and even in the ranks of the very wicked army of the east. I belonged, all during the war, to the western army, composed exclusively of modest Christian young gentleman, and with us a bummer of an v kind was a thing to be abhorred. Often wheu a hog had come into camp and skinned himself I have heard our boys, after praying over the remains, wonder if it could be true that soldiers in the east actually went and stole pigs f...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1883

THE NORTHERN TKIBUKK, FEBRUARY 10, 188:5. Northern Tribune. SATURDAI, FEBRUARY 10. 1883. STATE M S A iv. I net imi of wapeH has beni ordered iu the Grand Rapids furniture factor ie. Rattle Creek citizenH removing to Dakota, are having frame houses built to take with them. The new Walker water works at Mid laud City were tested ou Friday of last week, and found satisfactory. It is stated that Postmaster Codd has been renominated and conQrmed as post master of Detroit for another term. The Holly waterworks at Jackson pumped 33,9ti4,460 gallons during Jan uary, the greatest monthly amount thus far. During January 127,239 barrels of salt were inspected by the state inspector, against 53,310 barrels during January, 1882. Eaton Rapids has shipped 7,010 rab bits this winter, besides eating prob ably about as many more, and not count ing the vast multitude still dodging around. ' The iron blast furnace at Klk Rapids, Antrim county, will be obliged to shut down March 1st, because unable to g...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. FEBRUARY 10, 1883 DEALERS Wwara Detroit Stoves, eavy and k )i its, is, fe, Window Glass Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. -lso a,i-mfa,ot-u.rers ofTTIn, opper strid Sleet Iror. TX7"a,re. Noethern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1888. The Sault people are ngitating the water works question and propose sub mitting to a vote of the citizens the pro position to invest $40,000 in the project. Ash Wednesday having occurred this year on the 7th of February, brings Faster on the 25th of March the earli est period known that is possible for it- Who wouldn't lie a doctor? It is de lightful to be called out of a warm bed at midnight, with ti e thermometer 20 below zero, and get the fresh air by tak ing a ride of several miles in the coun try. William Ross has purchased from A. L. Fexer his news stand and book and stationery stock. Will is a young man of good business habits and will, we are ce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1883

THE! NORTHERN TP? TRUNK. FRBBUATiy IO. 183. NOETHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1883. A in.! mi OAT. How It Adapted Mscll lo its 4 1 II Ion . Iin Jl.vwlerloun Homing '" '. The family favorite whose misfortunes have afforded an opportunity to observe the workings of instinct under difficul ties is a uoble specimen of the genus Fe lis. Dido is his name, given for simple euphony, without regard to gender. During the four years of his life he has never been known to do anythiug wrong unless it be to fight desperately against all feline intruders. In one of his many ejMVMJUters Dido met with an injury to 3M of his feet that made a sugical oper iUj"ii necessary, from which he recover ted, hut shortly afterward went totally (blind. A cataract was formed over each oye, by which, as repeated experiments proved, vision was thoroughly obscured. This calamity came on suddenly, and placed the cat in circumstances not pro vided for by the ordinary gifts of in stinct. What to do with himself ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1883

THE NOKTHiliRN TRIBUNE. FEBRUARY 10. 1883 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1883. t'orxu is v ;o iiox. "The bloody vi I lians," inutteredSandy MoOovorn to himself, as lie sat on his horse surveying ilu scene of desolation and death; "this bloody niurderin' scoun drels!" In front of the little knoll on which Sandy had reined his horse in a confus ed heap of bfOkOQ WAffOQS. Here and there a dead horse, already partially stripped hp thocayoteg, and scattered up and down the lino of wagOQI the bodies of men who had evidently died lighting. It did not need red patches 'on top of the skulls, where the scalps had been torn off, to tell the old froutiersuiau that he saw before him all that was left of an emigrant train that had been surprised by Indians. The arrows iu the men's bodies, the wanton destruction of the wagons, told the tale but too plainly. Sandy lifted his horse's reiu, and the trained animal picked his way down the little descent to where the tight had been. Here the "...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1883

THE NORTHERN TRmi'W. EFBRUAKY 10. 18S3. Northern tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1883. Railroading is mighty "oncertaln" IhtM days. Some times you get there aud som-elimes you don't. Wiggins, Vennor's rival, says we shall have that destroying gale on the 11th of March unless the planets stop in their orhits. This, nohody expects the planets will do. We see statements about plowing he ing'tone in some southern localities There is considerable plowing going on iin than, northern region, but it is being loe by snow plows. These blizzards are becoming decided Uy too frequent. We are perfectly wil ling that Manitoba should keep them at ttiome in the tuture. They are not at all .suited to this climate. The Arabella Root Concert company reached Mackinaw City Thursday morn ing but did not fancy crossing the straits .Hmid such a storm as prevailed, and ame down on the morning train to Cheboygan. Wm. Elliot informs 1 us that the fry hatched at his hatching house are doing nicely. Nature provi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 February 1883

The Northern Tribune. VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MIOH. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1883. NO 33 DR. M. B. CHAMPION .DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Spiels., Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post .v an Arnlnle's. T. A. Porrln, M. D. C. A. Perrln. M. D. PEHRI1T BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Offloe in Peoples' Druir Store, Main Stbkkt, CHEUOVQAK, M Jan D R. H. RIETZK, PHYSICIAN, Formerly Physician In the Prussian Army, will t rent, with medical skill, all cases of alckncss. Particular attention paid to chrome diseases. A specialty will be made ot all complaints of the weaker sex. Office at Central Drug Store Wdeclm AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. CHEBOYGAN, - M H rnnitJ House is so situated that It commands J. 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, $1.50 per week, or ft per day. rirsi aoor eust sine ot the tiia 7Ju'v-lf ANDS FOR S...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 February 1883

Northern Tribune. 8ATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1883. REPUBLICAN BTATF. CONVENTION. A Republican state convention to nominate two justices of the supreme court in place of llcniainin F. (Jraves, whose term expires De cember 31, 1KK3, aud to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Isaac Marston, filed to take effect February 28, 1383; also two regents f the university in place ortMunOMB. Walker, whose term will expire December 31, 1833, and Lyman I). Norris, amoiutl to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Byron M. Cutcheon, will le held at the academy of music m the city of East Saginaw, on Wednes- tlav. the 2Kb day of February, ibM, at 11 o'clock a. m. Counties will be entitled to one delegate for each 500 votes cast for governor at the last election and one additional delegate for every fraction of 800 votes. Each organized county will be entitled to at least one delegate. Under a resolution heretofore adopted, no delegates will be entitled to a seat in the con vention who ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 February 1883

iE NORTH R HN TRIBUNE, FEBRUARY 17. 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17. 1883. The Work of tli- LnlUd HUM wild NtMi.i it mmUtloiifr.. There has been a gfttd deal of interest exhibited of lute on ihe subject of Ann culture and hhiho opposition has been developed against any further expendi tures for Hi propagation of white fish for the great lakes. A peti tion against further expenditure on this direction wliich has been pre sented to tlie legislature was sent by one of the state commissioners to Pror. Baird and elicited from him tire follow ing response, which will be of interest to all citizens of Michigan and of the states bordering the great lakes: CJ. 8. Commissioner or Kihh and Kishkriks. I Washington, D. ('.. January 88 1HM3. f To Spencer F. Baird, Dear Commissioner. I am in receipt of your letter of January 20, enclosing a a copy of a remonstrance against fur ther expenditures by the Michigan com missioners in hatching whitefish in the great lakes, addressed to the l...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 February 1883

I THE NORTHERN TKIBUNW. FEBRUARY 17. 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1883. CerttuiiHl. ' r-1 7 Supervisor Ianhon, of Titeiarora, spent Wednesday night iu the village. George B Frost paid a visit to De troit this week, leaving here last Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. R. Rapp left Monday evening for a few week's visit with friends in the city of Flint and .vicinity. N. Riddle, the popular clerk of the Van Raalte last year, now book-keener for Farrell Bros. & Co., St Ifiiact, was in the village last Sunday. Miss Sadie Van Arsdale ( returned home Monday evening. Since quitting school she spent several weeks visiting with different friends. Her many friends are glad to welcome her back. Charles R. Smith left Thursday morn ing to complete arrangements with the Michigan Central railroad in regard to tariff for through tickets in connection with Smith and Adams' line of steam ers. H. J. Miner expects to leave to-night to attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F. which conv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 February 1883

5 DEALEES I 3ST Point s, Oils, do., Window G Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. --lso 3va,nu.fa,ct3.rers of Tin, Copper a-rxd. S3.eet Iron. T77"a,re. THE NORTHERN TRIHUNK. FEBRUARY 17. 1883 eavy and m arte, m m u Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1883. Several members of the gun club have been indulging in target practice on the range at the foot of Huron street, for several days this week. Last Monday and Tuesday were de lightful days, and everybody that owned a horse and cutter or could procure one was out eujoyiug the tine weather. Wm. Langmaid has moved in with A. W. Westgate & Sons where his friends wanting anything made in hi: line can find him ready to accommodate them. Those entitled to premiums awarded at the county fair last fall would do well to read the proceedings of the annual meeting, given'else where in this issue of the Tribdne. The book racks for the pews in the Congregational...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 February 1883

THE NORTHERN TRTKl FNK FEBRUARY 17 1RP3. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1H83. rerftuneil venew of (lie Musket Toledo (0) Blade. General Steetlman tells a good story which is applicable to the manner in wliicli the aristocratic GOth Rifles recent 1 v skipped out hi front of Ramleh aud gave everything np to the Egyptians. nun.' near rsashviue the (ieneral had a negro regiment on the picket line, and a bright young mulatto sergeant iu com mand of a post got the drop on a rebel post and captured the whole affair. The rebels were a crowd of high-stepping young Virginians, and some of them were very much worked up at having to surrender to a "lot of niggers." General oUedman took their commander, a flue young fellow, into his tent, extended some little courtesies to him, and in the course of the conversation said; "It wan a little tough. Lieutenant, to be taken in by colored soldiers, but war has strange experiences." "Well, General," said the other, "I've been in the army now f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 February 1883

V THE NOKTHERN TRIBUNE. FEBRUARY 17. 1883 NOETHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1SH3. Talo Intlw p:illi.l moonlight, White as MM ruse on hur bruaat. ho stood in tin- Mr roM minion With taeraliy, ymui; lovo oonfcst. The rosos cli'tibod to kiss hor. The violets purple uiui sweet Breathed their despair in the fragrance That bathed her beautiful feet. She stood there stately and slender. Gold hair on her shoulders shed, Clothed al in white, like the visions When the living behold (he dMd, There, with her lover beside her, With life aud with love she thrilled, What mattered the world's wide sorrow To her with her Joy fuiiilled? Next year in the fair rose garden He awaited alone and dumb, If perchance from the si ent country The soul of the dead would come. To comfort the living and loving, With the ghost of a lost delight, And thrill Into a quivering welcome The desolate, brooding night. Till softly a wind in the distance Began to blow and blow : The moou beut nearer and noarer. And s...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 February 1883

8 THE NORTHERN TRfgUNB, FEBBDABY 17. 1888. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. KKIUUIAKY 17. 1883. Tuumluy morning Israel Canby, repre sentative from this district, introduced a bill to reincorporate the village of Mackinaw City. Philip A. Radour. a former Cheboygan boy, has purchased the Boyne City Stan dard, and is making a good, newsv paper out of it. We wish him abundant suc cess. The Bay City Tribune says the new Michigan Central iron railroad bridge, at Bay City, is nearly in position. It will be a very substantial structure when completed. Alexander Mackay, assistant general freight agent of the Michigan Central, lhas resigned to accept the position of general freight agent of the Chicago & Atlantic railroad. Wm. Hess commenced work Thursday morning on the boiler of the propeller A. C. Van Raalte, putting in anew water bottom. When the work is completed the boiler will be about as good as new. The ladies of the Methodist church and society will give their next social entertainmen...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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