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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1883

The Northern Tribune. i VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1883. - - NO 40 DR. M. . CHAMPION DEM Tl ST ( iii:boygan Teoth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post A Van Aradale's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Porrin. M. D. FEUDIST BBOS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office In Peoples' Drug Store, Main Strut, CHKOOrOAN, M Jan R. H. RIETZK, 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 ol all complaints of the weaker sex. Office at Central Drug Store Udoclm 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, ''illiard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the arrest variety of liquors to be found In town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door east side of the brid .VJuiy-tf LANDS FOR SALE ! 3,000 ACRES OF GO...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1883

THE NORTHERN TKlBUKhJ, APRIL 7.1883. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 7. 1883. Adam K. Bloom of Detroit has been appointed receiver of the fj. S. Land Office, Detroit, vice J. B. Bloss deceased An opinion rendered by Attorney Gen eral Brewster is to the effect that the President can make hot one temporary designation of 10 days to fill the cabinet vacancy, but that the first assistant post master general can act as postmaster general for 10 days without such desig nation. A year aero, after twelve months of investigation, a Senate committee of the Arkansas legislature reported a de ficit in the accounts of ex-Treasurer then Governor Churchill. Recently a joint committee has reported on the same accounts, showing a shortage of $233,000. The reductiou of the public debt for March is nine and a half mil lions, which is very large considering the fact that an immense sum of money was paid out during last mouth for pen sions, interest upon the four per cents., and for appropriations mad...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1883

xUB NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 7. 1883, 3 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 1883. Amtrian postal savings bank took in $:tK),HX) in their tirsi month, Jam ary, 1883. Balances)) to Mie steamship Great Eastern for 1882: kuoMM, $785; expendi ture, $22,040. Total naioual delil.lt as cash in the treasury, l,57i,Mi.2K8. Decrease dur ing March, 1,82(5. It is stimBted that Hm 700 guests at the Vanderbilt hall represented $8,000, 000,000, or 10 times the valuation of Bos ton. United States Treasurer Wyman and Assistant Treasurer Graves formally en tered upon their new duties Monday morning. For the fluancial year which ended March 31 the rerenue of Great Britain was 89,004,000 and the expenditures 89,086,000. A shower of snow, the first for thirteen years, fell in Rome a fortnight ago, and the dome of St. Peter's was white for several hours. The trout season opened in New York Monday ,aud an estimated number of 2. 000 disciples of Izaak Walton improved the opportunity thus afforded. The New O...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1883

THE NORTHERN TKIBUNJ3J, APRIL 7.1888. Northekn Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 7. 1883. Perraual. Louis Purcell left Thursday night ior ins nome in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patterson, left luursday fur a short visit among friends Miss 1. ii.uk Baker returned home yesterday morning. Her brother Harry met iiur at Detroit. Rev. A. W. v kst(;ate of Alneua. ar rived in the village this morning for a iew uays visit witn nis sons. Charles R. Smith left for Reuton Harhor Tuesday moiiung to accompany the Messenger on tier first trip or tne season. Thomas Crow arrived down from the upper peninsula Thursday morning, having accepted a position with South ern Michigan Cedar and Lumber Co. Rev. R. M. Thompson and family ar rived Thursday morning and have come with the intention of making Cheboygan their home. At present they are stop ping with Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Chandler. Albert Todd arrived up from Detroit yesterday morning and leaves to-night to return. He says they expect to com mence siuking t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1883

I THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRIL 7, 1883 tew and She it Stoves, Paints, Oils, k, Window Glass, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks, 3a-r"u.fo,ct-uLrers of Tin,Copicer sirLd. Sleet lion "T77"a,re. iardware, ft TO Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 1883. Put away your sleigha until next No vember. Thin fine weather has given quite a boom to building operations. The vote on Supervisors in G rant was a tie between John Wiley and Jerry Jar vis. The unearthly screech of the tuar Nat Stickney's whistle has been heard a number of times this week. There is a rumor that E. A. Fannce is going to contest the election of R. Ian son, as Supervisor of Tuscarora. Albert Todd reports that the Flora is f) expected to leave Detroit one week from next Weduesday, 18th, for Cheboygan. The ice is fast disappearing in front of the harbor and considerable open water can be seen this side of Bois Blanc island. The Altromah made three tr...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1883

I , 4 1 f 6 THE NORTHERN TR THINK. APRIL 7, 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 7. 1883. i Ik- (iitlon uf the Future. (I a th, in hiu iutorview with Huntings, of Nw York, who is one of the quietest a ml in oh t careful political observers in this country, fumuhes the following: "Mr. Hastings, what do you think about the next Presidential election?" I think the tariff question is going to play a part in the next Presidential election so much greater than ever here tofore that it will astonish the people. I expect it to decide the next Presiden tial election in favor of the Republican party. The tariff issue has never been really worked with political shrewdness. In the election of Garfield it came up accidentally, and even then determined the result; but there is now an organiza tion right in this city of New York go ing to work wherever there are man n tories in large cities, and I think you will see a remarkable change it is going to make by 1884. You see the tariff issue was e...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1883

If i Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 1883. A rilOIOfiltAPJI. Tins ih ,er shadow, nothing more; Ilm eys ttutt weal' iii smile for mine, Hie silent lips that laughed before, riie huir without its wave ami shine, This mask that shows no spark divine. How calm an-1 cold it looks at me! Here.ves were lull of shade ami sun; A look that rippled like the lea Across whose breast the light winds run A gleam, a clou,), a tale bagttB. THE NOKTHJRN TK I B IT N" K A PRIL 7 1883 This is the veil her soul put on To run the wear wan of earth, And when her brief, bright race was won She laid it down beside her hearth, A worn out Ihlag of little worth. It is not she that fronts me here This speechless aspect, still and cold; ' I knew her fair and sweet and dear; A Qlioging girl, with heart ofgold, Aud hands that clasped with tender hold. Was it a gentle prophecy, This slight transparent mould of clay, To let the loving round her see How soon the soul must Hit away, That fluttered, paused, but mad...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1883

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRIL 7, 1883. Northern Tribune. S ATT RDAY, VPKIL 7, ISWl. The tug T. M. Bradley is receiving considerable repairs. The planking of C R. Smith's new Bteani yacht in about completed. ffm, Hess is putting some repairs on the boiler of tint tug W. S. Carkin. That "discouraged june bug" electric illumination has not yet taken place. Seventy-six DATUM were added on the register in this township last Satur day. Fishing for perch is the sport of the day, and some beauties are beiug caught. The rote in Benton township last Mon day fell 5 short of the number polled a year ago. Sidewalks are coming into fashion again and are being used extensively by pedstriauis. Work at the ship yard of Rancier & Richie is lirely, they ara full of busi ness just now. As the beautiful disappears from the utreets it reveals some unsightly piles here and there. The Algomah is making her trips be tween St.. Ignace and this port without the slightest difficulty. Post & Van Arsdale...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1883

I The Northern Tribune. T VOL. S. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1883. NO 41 iAMPION 0 ENTI STi CHEBOYGAN Teeth Bxtru' tod without pain. Offloc, Main ttreet, opposite Post Van Arsdale's. T. A. Perrln, M. D. C. A. Perrln. M. D. E'ER,!,!:!- BIFIOS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drujr Store, Main Street, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan "JH. 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 Odeclm 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. 'Millard room in connection. The bar is stocked with tho best brands and the arg-est variety of liquors to be found in town. Terms, $4.50 per week, or f 1 per day. Hrst door oast side of the brid i7July-tf LANDS FOR SALE ! 3,000 ACRES OF GOOD LA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1883

THE NORTHERN TKIBUNHJ, APRIL 14,1883. 1 It. Northekn Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 14. 1883. 4 UK HOY 4. The yery name should be a watchword with all identified with the growth and prosperity of our town. The past is fraught with encouragement and suc cess, while every fact and indication of the present points to a permanent future imDortance. Many from the rlrtst nave wrought nobly for the upbuilding of the place, and are still working for the same object, while thousands have come to aid the general development and thrift Many more will come with labor, money and talent to contribute to the well-being of all. Each one however small, is partner in this good work, and should be recognized and encouraged, while manufactures, railroads, and all impor tant enterprises should receive special inducements to come here. Whatever conference or action necessary to secure anv chief factor of enlargement should receive prompt attention and public ex pression. It is true that any one seeking pleasur...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1883

3 Northern Tribune. MISS M.W. SMART, SATURDAY, APRIL 11. 1888. 4th Door South of Grand Central. HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 14. 1883. Star Laundry, MAIN STREET, WlltE, WIDKUOKLD, Rev. W. H. H. Murry is to write a book about Texas. March added $2,100,000 to the surplus silver coin of the country. It is estimate I Unit tbe population of the Uuited States on the flr-a day of Jan uary amounted to 5t,M),000. The New York Postmaster, Pearson, sent to Washington Saturday lor 21.220, 000 postage stamps, valued at $453,000. "Aunt" Polly Hatch, supposed to be the oldest resident of New England, died at her home in Manchester. N. IL, on Friday, of last week, aged 105. The Portuguese Jews claim that the melody to which "Home, Sweet Home," was affixed, has been sung at the festi val of Tehunda ne Yisrael for the last five centuries at any rate. Through blunders of the Wisconsin Assembly bookkeeper many acts of the House iu which the Senate non-concurred were sent to the Governor, duly signed by h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1883

THE NO RTHERJN TK1BTJNE, APRIL 14.1883. Northern Tribune. Saving Money Making Money Ca,llir3.gr -A-t tlxe SATURDAY. APRIL 14. 1883. PerNOUul. Miss M. W. Smart left Sunday night for Detroit to purchase goods. Col. H. G. Davis returned home yester day morning after an absence of several weeks. James F. Molonky visited Detroit, Chicago and Milwaukee this week on business. Nat Stickney, of the dredge firm, is in town, arrived this morning and is foed ing on the fat of the land at the Spencer. Robert Coner has gone to Rochester, N. Y. on business. He spent a few days at Saginaw and Detroit while on his way. Eugene Newton, of Traverse City, arrived Tuesday for a brii visit with his friends. He left Thursday on his re turn. S. F. Tolsma arrived from Detroit Wednesday morning to see to getting things in shape for his fishing opera tions this season. A. R. Carr, Inspector in charge of har bor improvementsjat this port, arrived this morning and is stopping at the Spencer House. H. Chambers le...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1883

THE NOK'l HERN TRIBUNE. APRIL 14, 1883 DEALERS eavy and M Hardware m, Pits, Oils, fc, Window Glass, v Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. Also 3ajnvifeict"u.rers of Tin,Coppei sirxd. Sliest Iron "77"2ire I I r Noethern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 14, 1883. Tlio world is largo with room for all. To be hulpful to each on is the right thing to do. The Cheboygan Lumber Company's mill ll ready tor business as soon as the logs can be bad. The usual services at St. James, Epis copal, church to-morrow. A general in vitation exUnded to all to attend. Those who guess concerning this year's wheat crop make it 60,000,000 bushels- less than last, on account of the cold winter. Mr. and Mrs.W. G. Boggs entertained a number of their friends Wednesday evening and succeeded iu making every body happy. The Southern Michigan Cedir and Lumber Co. effected a sake on Thursday of about 3,500,000 shingles manufactured the past winter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1883

THE NORTHERN TK PRUNE. APRTT, 14. 1883. Northern Tribune. 8ATUBDAY, APRIL 14. 1883. Acii:vr ASsi HI A. rogr of the Work of Dlacovery Antony the cities of Babylonia. Beforo the society of Biblical archaeo logy in Londou, on March fi, Hormuzd Rassmn read an interesting paper giving an account of his recent explorations in Assyria and Babylonia. The discovery which had generally been received as the most important by the Agsyriologists was inai or me ancient city of Slppar or bepnarvaiui, one or the oldest and most influential of thelBabvloniancitieR lie then proceeded to give an account of me way in which he was induced make explorations on the siteSof this citv tu 1881, while spending the night in the louse or ino siienc or the village of Ma namoodia, about 15 miles southwest Bagdad, he was shown by an Arab some fragments of brick and pottery bearing fliBcnpuoiis in a cnaracier wincii herec gnized to be that of the later Babylo man empire. The Arab who showed (these fragments to me t...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1883

THE NOKTHJtiRN TRIBUNE. APRIL 14, 1883 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 14. 1883. IE m t'OOPKR. JOAQITIN Mil. I m IN NW VUKK HKKAI.I). Give honor and lov forarermore To this reat man MM t rest; Peace on the dim Plutonian shore, Rest in thehiml of the hlest. I reckon him fre4M than any man That ever drew sword in war; Ireckon him neater than king or khan; braver and Better by far. And wisest he in this whole wideband Of hoarding till bent and tjray; For all yon can bold in your cold dead band Is what you have given away. So, whether to wander the stars or to rest Forever hushed and dumb, He gave with a zest and he gave his best Aud deserves the best to come. m inn ix. a .it KV. "Look at t lie cases of niiataken identi ty," said the old gentleman; "the volumes of law reports ure full of them. Just now I recall a siugular iustance that happened while I was iu England. One day in January 1867, a prominent English merchant was walking along a busy street in London, when a young man step...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 1S83. Northern Tribune. SATTRDA?. APRIL 14. 1883. The Hon. David Davis enjoys married life, and it isn't the first time. Three thiug4 worth hearing once, a Chinese gong, a midnight cat fight and a person who frets and scolds. Joseph Spooner's meat market begun its travels Thursday to the rear to make room for that new brick building Fred Smart manipulates the levers on Carkin, Stickney & Cram's dredge em ployed at the Michigan Central dock in Detroit. Almost one hundred persons perished by the burning of the Newhall House, which occurred Jan. 10th. Last Tuesday 3eorge Scheller was placed on trial at Milwaukee oharged with having set fire to the hotel. If the President on his fishing excur sion in Florida catches fish equal to the number of applications he would receive at Washington in the same length of time from office seekers for help, he will have fish and fun in superabun dance. On to-morrow evening at the Congre Rational Church Dr. Hartley will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 April 1883

The Northern Tribune. VOL. 8. " CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1883. NO 42 Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. C HANDLER & C 0. 3? U"BLI9II EHS. Terms: $2 per ear, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION OEITISTi CHEBOY0AH Teeth Extru 1ci1 without piiin. Office, Mutn Street, opposite Post A Van Arsdalc's. A Large Stock OF WALL FAFEE DECORATIONS. &c Of the Newost Designs Just Re ceived at SMYTH & GO'S JEWELERS A: STATIONERS. Maiu St., Cheboygan, Mich. Chas. Werner, Manufacturer of Staple and Fancy UNDIES! AND POP-CORN BALLS, Third Street, Near the Bridge, CHEBOYGAN, - MICH. An experience of 17 years in this business enables me to suit the taste of every body. My goods are always fresh and Warrant Them Perfectly Pure, As I do not use any Adulteration. My FRESH CHOCOLATE CREAM Is the BEST in the Market, and will give Sat isfaction to everybody. Outside orders promptly attended to. Address P. 0. Box 203, Cheboygan, Mich. L T. L1MPERT Watchmaker Anil Jeweler. Gold and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 April 1883

Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 21. 1883. f in: IMtlSKM Disraeli tuld the young men of Liver pool thut "the great secret of success in life is to be ready when his opportunity comes." The auspicious present, if taken advantage of, will make of our village a city that will bo the pride of Northern Michigan. The timber wealth of this region has built, and will fur nish life for Cheboygan for twenty years to come, to say nothing of hardwoods, Ready men have achieved success, and helped the town largely through the lumber interest, and will thus continue. Rut our commercial and municipal im portance can only be made permanent by fostering every available factor of success. Railroads, manufactures and good farms make certain a prosperous city. This loeality is rich in resources. We have good water power, excellent shipping facilities, salt in prospect most varieties of wood for manufactur ing purposes in enormous quantities, unsurpassed farming lands near by, and everything essential t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 April 1883

.'5 NORTHEEN TEIBUNE. MISS M.W. SMART, Bin SATURDAY, APKIL 11, 188& 4th Door South of Grand Central. xtiE NORTH UR1SI TRIBUNE, APRIL 21. 1888. Laik WIDE, UIDK n'OHLD. Until Sam's income is about $t,ooo MAIN STREET, per minute. A stove m.ui.' in lH:iS in York, Pa., was recently soul iui $1,UU0. The proliiu (I h uuietidiueut lias been rejected hy i ( iini-limi House. A tfreat tire occurred t London, Eng land, on the 16 inst. Loss. 5 0,0 0. M.J. fitkliiger, ncent editor of the New York World died on the Kith inst. The thermometer marked 88 in the shade at Quiiuy, III., Friday of last week. Of the KX5 members of the Texas leg islature only twelve are natives of the state. It is expected that the St. Lawerance river flood will destroy property to the amount of $750,000. A lady who was bitten by a rat while staying at an Atlanta. Ga., hotel, has brought suit for $10,000. About 450 miles of thread are made each day in American mills. Thirty years ago it was all imported. A Detroit man ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 April 1883

THE NO IITHERJN TRIBUNE. APRIL 21.1888. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 21. 1883. Breaking roll-ways will break many a limb, Northern capital If seeking soutbern pine lands. New goods this week at Wetmore & Paddock's. New ad, next week. The Supreme Court of Michigan does not reckon pool-selliug a lottery. The high commissioner of Canada claims theio tariff benefits Canada. A Dresden man has made a watch en tirely of paper, that keeps good time. The consecration of Bishop-elect Rich ter of tho new Diocese of Grand Rapids takes place in that city to-morrow. Dr. Bowes is a good detective for tape worms, the one he took last week reach ed forty feet and was not an adult. A son of Senator Fair of Nevada, under the influence of Honor attempted to shoot his father, but was prevented. On Tuesday last Michael Carliss of Baltimore fatally shot, with a revolver, his unfaithful wife in a house of shame. The prospect of vessel freights filling higher than last season makes more business an...

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