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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 April 1883

THE NOKTHJURN TRIBUNE. APRIL 21, 1883 DEALERS ZKT eavy ami Sfa its, Oik, & Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchcrs, Oakum& Pulley Blocks. ; LJMQ , -Cgi,Ti 1 1 fli(rti TTOTil of Tin, Copper cltolcL S3ni.eet Ixorx "X7"a,re. mm Detroit fc, how fas, Noethekn Tribune. SATUIIDAY. APRIL 21, 1883. Council l'rot'LMMliiiKN. (Ofnial.) Council R0QM8, Cheboyuan, Mich. April. 17tti lssa. ) The council of the village of Cheboy gan met in regular session April nth, 1883. Present- President Frost, Trustees Blake, Humphrey, MeArthur, Robinson and Smyth. Absent Trustee Van Arsdale. Minutes of last session read and ap proved. PETITIONS. The petition of (Jeo. VV. Bell, M. W. Home and 21 others, for tlie extension of Nelson and Home street-, was pre sented, and on motion, referred to com mittee on Street Opening!. The petition of Thomas McGinn, J. M. French and 11 others, for an under ground or box drain on Pine street, from the rivr to the northwest ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 April 1883

THE NORTHERN TRfBUNTfl. APRTL 21. 1K83. Nokthern Tribune. S.M I'll!) Y. AIMML 21. 1883. imisai 11 on death. ffraiioii Ilel' vcrcd vr the (irnvc of John ii. Mills From Hid Chicago inter-Ocean. Colonol Hubert (1. Ingersoll delivered another funeral arid re.su over the remains of John G. Mills, who has bean known for some years as a labor reform er and (ireenbacker. The oration was listened to by about 150 persons, and was as follows: "Again we are face to face with the great mystery that shrouds this world. We question, but there is no reply. Out an the wide waste of seas there drifts no spar. Over the desert of death the sphinx gazes forever, but never speaks. In the 'cry May of life another heart lias ceased bo beat. Night has fallen upon noon, but lie lived, he loved, he was loved. Wife and children pressed their kisses on his rips. This is enough. The longest life uontains no inoro. This fills the vase of joy. He who lies here clothed with the perfect peace of death was a kind and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 April 1883

THE NOKTHnlRN TRIBUNE. APRIL 21, 1883 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 21. 1883. i hi: OAMia III TMM OUAMW llackwiiril gazing through the hIiuMowh, Ah the evening fades awa.v, I perceive the Uttlfl footprint! where tin morning sunlight lay Warm and BMlloW. 00 the pathway fort In it to the open door of tin- moid in the flawing, Where my mail reclines once more. O! that cabin in the clearing, Wlu-ie my .Mary came a hrirte, Where our children grew to love us, Where our little Hohhie died. Still in memory hlooms the red hud By the doorway, and the breeze Tingles with the Kicewood'H odor And the catbird's melodies. And I mind the floor of puncheons, Rudely laid on joist and sill, And the fire-pUoe shaped and beaten From the red clay oil the hill; With the chimney standing outside, Like a blind man asking alms, Wrought of sticks and clay and fashioned By the builder's ready palms. Half way up the flue wide-throated, Does the hickory crosstree rest, Whence depend the pot and kettle, Where...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 April 1883

THE NORTHERN TRfBU N K A PRIX Northern Tribune. S ATI HDAY, APRIL 21. 1883. Charity will forgive abuse but will not afflict abuse. Charity will pariwi I wrong, but will not commit wrong. Some persons stand so extremely straight in morals that they fall back wards. The new bridge over the slip at the mill of the Cheboygan Lumber Co. is completed. Iu California the Presbyterian church have received into membership seven Chinumen. The lowest forms of animal life spoken of by naturalists are not near so low as the slanderer. Boys and girls who spend evenings with their mother, have good company and altogether safe. A small acreage of 'wild oats' invar iably brings an abundant harvest of un marketable sorrows. A woman's journal has been establish ed iu Moscow Russia, edited and man aged by the fair sex. Charity has feeling, but is not control led by feeliug, for it is governed by affectionate judgement. At Minneapolis, Minn., heretofore, sa loon license has been $100. The city council ra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 April 1883

'The Northern tribune. j VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1883. NO 43 f Northern Tribune. PDBLI8HED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER & CO. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post ft Van Arsdale's. 3 sflCf " , A Large Stock OF WALL PAPER DECORATIONS, &c Of the Newest Designs Just Re ceived at SMYTH & GO'S JEWELERS & STATIONERS. Main St., Cheboygan. Mich. Chas. Werner, Manufacturer of Staple and Fancy CANDIES! 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 And Jeweler. Gold and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 April 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, APRIL 28,1883. Northern Tribune SATURDAY. APRIL 28. 1883. IHlINItiPAI. BULK. Cities are great centers of power monetary, political, social and moral The choicest virtue, refinement and DhilanthroDV. side by side with chiefest wantonness, shame and guilt is seen in large cities. There is no question affect ing more the perpetuity of our free in stitutions than this of municipal control An aggregation of men does not tend to orondnesH. Since Sodom and Gomorrah's r great blaze, many large cities have fal len through voluptuous vices, and thrnnorh the degeneracy and ruin of cities, nations have become extinct City rule is generally misrule, the crimi nal classes the very worst elements of society, gaining power by supporting honelesslv corrupt ring of charlatans who plunder outrage, and destroy, ren iiflrincr life and property unsafe and evolving untold miseries. New York rklMM. Cincinnati. New Orleans, and other American cities have shown, and tinne to show the al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 April 1883

Ti-iE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, A.PRIL 28.188.' 3 ). Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, TpUIL 2. 1883. 'I lie Unkolii VrmWMt For the benefit of Michigan people who are Ittfleiiug with the Dakota "craze," we make the following extract lrom a letter written by Mrs. Wright to friends it thia city. Mr. Wright was for many years a faithful employe in the Republican office, and he and his family were highly esteemed for their many good qualities. Mrs. Wright's letter is dated April 18. him! she gives the follow ing brief summary of the situation: "It does seem good to have it a little warmer. We had a slight shower day before yesterday, the first drop of rain since the first of last November. It has been too cold to do anything sinee then but blow and snow, and snow and blow But the 'beautiful' has turned to mud. Ob. the mud. tbe mud. the nasty mud. You'll find It when riding clear up to the hub; At the door in the morning its presence you greet. And yu'll find it knee deep on sidewalk and street. The w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 April 1883

THK NORTHEBJN TKIBTTNUJ. APRTL 28.1 888. Northern tribune. Saving Money - Making Money SATURDAY. APRIL 28. 1883. IB 37" CaailrLg: At fL .11 a hi m : ct The scow Minnehaha arrived from the north short) last Sunday. The Van Raalte left this forenoon for Mackinac and St. Iguace. The Nashua will run this season between Toledo and Ogdensburg. - The Flora arrived up Thursday night at 11:3(), and called going down, yesterday forenoon. The Cham plain left Chicago for this port a week ago last night. Wednesday afternoon she was at Glen Haven. This season a spar buoy will be placed to mark the 13 foot shoals lying about four miles west of Spectacle reef. The tugChas. L. DeCeuninck put in her first appearance on the river, for the season, last Monday, on her way up after logs. --The tug Winslow passed through the straits March 0, 1882, on her way to Manistimie, and not February 18th, as stated in the Inter Ocean. The tug J. W. Bennett cleared Thursday afternoon for Lorain, Ohio, to enter upon ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 April 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. APRIL 28, 1883 EES I 1ST Stoves, Piik Oik fc, Window Glass Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting-, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks, illso Ea-rL-uLfsict-vj-rers of Tin,Copper mxxA Sliest Iron. Tare. Sill Hart wara Dotroi eavy am Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. APRIL 28, 1883. The big engine at t he Cheboygan Lum ber Co.'s mill works to a charm. A force of meu to put up poles andlines for telephone exchange expected daily. G. Blaine Bell entertains his friends May 5th from 2 to 5 p. m. Hurrah for Blaine The Chebo'gan Lumber Company run logs down to their mill last Monday, the first of the season. Another lighter for J. B. MeArthur is being built at the Amiot shipyard, mak ing the fourth for him. T. J. Crumley came down from Rainy riyer last Monday and reports snow all gone, and not water enough in the river to run out the logs. The invoice of the tubing for the ar tesian well at the water works has been received, when the tub...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 April 1883

I THE NORTHERN TRfRUNK. APRIL 58. 1883. Northern Tribune. BA1 JRDAY, APRIL 28, 1883. llfl l S) ll.l. ( lllll lit Laat full Rov. Reed Stuart, of Battle Cretk, belonging to the Lansiujr Presby tery, was complained of as being un sound in doctrine. There was a report made in his favor, and the case was dropped. This spring the matter was brought up by theollowlng letter: Battlk Crkkk, Mich., April 9, UN. To the Mem ten of LMMlng Presbytery. Dkak Hkkthkkn We, tlie tiiidersljned iiiemberH of the commute of tlie Com;rejfation al and Presbyterian church of this city, beg leave to submit to your consideration the state ment that the pulpit teachings of tlie Rev. Reed Staurt are not in accord with an under standing of Presbyterian doctrine, and that, after another six months' trial, we have be come fully satisfied that it is iinposssihle for us to comply with your request and harmonize our differences and work together the differ ence of opinion upon fundamental doctrinal points being altoge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 April 1883

THE NOKTHKBN TRIBUNE. A PRTL 28, 1883 7 i . . Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, APRIL 38, 1883. Nl J A 'IKS EPISCOPAL, CMCBCM. A Untld MiiibrHhi, FITK lent Work nud 4OU4l ReNUllM. In the year 1878 the Rev. W. W. Rafter was appointed missionary to Cheboygan, and services were held in the Town Hall until the summer of 1880; during this time the church prospered, and in the spring of 1880 the members and friends determined to erect a place of worehip and with that object in view went to work in earnest and ill the month of September the building being completed, but not furnished, it was duly consecrat ed by the Rev. Dr. Harris, bishop of the diocese. In October of the same year the church was duly organized under the laws of the state, and the first vestry chosen, viz, William McArthur; Samael S. Eddy, William Crane, Wm. E. Smyth, William Scott, Frank Shepherd. Ephraini Smith, and Samuel H. Taylor, who at their first meeting elected William Crane, senior warden; Samuel S.Eddy, junior warden...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 April 1883

I s THE ffORTHK I V PRTL 28, 1$83. tsr. Northern Tribune. BATURDA1, M'KII.-is, is. Michigan lias salt for millions of to ilayaiul for millions yet unborn. Tho whirling dust on Sunday rendered our principal streets unpleasant for pedestrians. A slight jamboree -occurred last Satur day at the dock between a couple of Imtel porters. On Tuesday the Hurry of snow and cold weather reminded us that Cheboy gaii is of the north. The fanners are busy speeding the plow, and report the soil in excellent condition for plowing. C. W. Farr flung his steamboat ticket office sign to the breeze this week and it attracts considerable attention. Eugene Spiller has purchased ground m Third street and is haying built a od house to be occupied by himself and Our clothiers have not done a lively business in spring overcoats this week, winter beavers being much more com fortable. rrank Osier is going to haye erected right away, at Third and Dresser, a su perior building, and will occupy it as a residence. E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

The Northem Tribune. i if- VOL. 8. V CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 18s::. NO 44 Northern tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER & CO. r VBLI3H Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post A Van Arsdale's. A Large Stock OF WALL PAPER DECORATIONS, &c Of the Newest Designs Just Re ceived at SMYTH & GO'S JEWELERS & STATIONERS. Main St., Cheboygan, Mich. L. T. LIMPERT r And Jeweler. Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Gold Jewelry, Gold Chains, Bracelets. Spectacles And Eyeglasses. ALL KINDS OF Neatly and Promptly Done. L T. LIMPERT, Central Drug Store. FOR SALE. Alexander Robarge offers for sale a magnifi cent niece of land situated on the east side of the river, near St Mary's Catholic church. Also a choice fishing ground situated at Ham mond's bay, together with a complete outfit of twine, Ac, all in good condition For further particulars apply to BENJ. RICHOT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 5,1883. Northekn Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY 5. 1883. a iHvutiHirriNU ( kxi i k To know ourselves and that with which we have to do is wisdom. The perma nence of Cheboygan is not a pending question, this has been affirmatively settled with strong emphauis. The di mensions of her future importance de pends largely upon what is done the next few years to utilize and augment all favoring ageneies and measures. Something more is needed than a fine location, abundant resources, and placid faith. To know our advantages and avail ourselves of them fully should he the study and aim of the thousands who nrfl now of Chebovfiran. We should not wait a quarter of a century until th pins is gone before.advances are made in securing manufactures, an out-reaching commerce, a fully developed agricul tural interest, the most favorable ship ping rates, and everything pertaining to a first class town. Everything will be helpful if concentrated ou that which demands attention. Salt ...

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

ThH! NORTH -'RN TRIBUNE, MAY 5 lft3 For gfrttlg to' rooo to piraw in Central Park a Now York mail was tilled aoo. In a limestone iiarry, u.ar Salt Lake, a tremendous Wast of 8,205 pounds of powder was lire I recently. It dislo!dtl about ')0.U()0 tons of stone. The Pujet Sound Courier, published j atOlympia, Washington Territory, says it is nothing unusuul'there to see a man taking a wheelbarrow load of silver dollars to the land office to pay for land. The word "that" is perhaps the only word in the language that can be used five successive times with absolute correctness of grammatical construction. For instance: He said that that that, that that gentleman made use of was perfectly right. SeeP An Arabic MS., dated 1365, contains the curious information that merchant vessels trading in the Indian Ocean at that time carried divers, whose duty it was to discover and stop leaks in the hull of the craft below the water line. The point of danger was indicated by tht sound of trickling wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 5, 1883 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 188& Saving Money t Making Money IB 37- Cabling: -t tlxe The fjrain tleet BMHWMM) passing down to-day. --Tin schooner Hart cleared for Detour Tuesday. The Ste. Marie arrived from tlie Sault at :i a. M. today. The tug C. K. Kremer left for Mack inac Tuesday afternoon. Tlic Van Kaalte made a trip to Mack inac and St. Ignace and return Satur day. The tug W. M. Wright of Charlevoix arrived Wednesday to have some repairs made. The large grain fleets that left Chi cago Tuesday and Wednesday have not yet passed down. The tug Duncan City, Thompson Smith's new boat, arrived from Manito woc Tuesday night. We unde'rstond the Ogdenshurg t Chicago line of steamers will not stop at this port this season. The schoDuor Win. C rosswaite and Sunshine cleared from Buffalo for this port last Y ednesday. The propeller Messenger arrived from Manistnme last evening. She leaves to morrow at 2 P. M. The City of Cleveland was in on time...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

Nokthekn Tribune. 8ATURDAY. MAY 5, 1883. A si ; at io Doliventd on Hie cutiion of tb Doalb ml lint tul mi tllr. ilium ok!, in. Humphrey. fci v. r. m. Thompson. Sib: At the funeral services attending ' the burial of Mrs. W. S. Uumphrey,2we wore not so fortunate as to gain a posi tion within the house, consequently could not hear the remarks maiU by you on that sad occasion. Therefore, if .agreea ble to you. for our own satisfaction and out ot respect to the memory of the de ceased, we respectfully ask you to pub lish thesame. Very respectfully, Robert Robinson, John W.Mc(i inn, Jacob J. Post, Albert J. Paddock, (ieo. W. Bell, and others. Ti xt Phil. I, 21. To die is gain. The mightiness of Paul is evinced In his splendid philosophy, as well ns in the great work he wrought for hu man progress. Living he was sim ply to do his work, iudiflereut as to whether he should be taken by a violent death, or whether he continue longer; in either case he could lose nothing, but was the iuevitable...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 5, 1883. 6 I. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 5. 1883. love ib life, amd life is love:' "Many watara oaunot quench love, neither an ta Hoods drown ML" "Youth la a folly," cried the sage; MA atrugfle la our middle age; Bitter regrets nil up the page: And thla," he sighed, "la life." The man who finds ezlatenoe auch A weary atruygllug over-much Baa never fell the matrio touch Which love oan five to lite. Another aaya that from llf e'a cup In early youth we nectar aup, But that when this has been quaffed up A nauseous draught la life. Just drop Into your cup, dear friend, A little love, and then depend, True love, which loveth till the end, Will sweeten ail the life. London Society. ITAI COGSWELL'S ICE-FORT. In the early days of Northern Ohio, when settlers were few and far between, Evan Cogswell, a Welsh lad of sixteen years, found his way thither and began his career as a laborer, receiving at first bat two dollars a month in addition to his board and "home-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

TiJ NORTH KRN TRIBUNE, MAY 5. 1883. Mr. Jerry Buster In Court. The following report of a trial in a North Carolina court is condensed from a somewhat lengthy account published in local papers: In the mountain region of the State a man named John Foster was recently tried for assault and battery upon the person of William Truitt. The first wit ness was a one-eyed, rough-bearded man. He was lame, lie lost his missing eye in a fight. This was his first appearanoe m a court-house, although he looked to be some sixty years of age. There seems to have been an irreverent admixture of the sacred anil profane in the make-up of his name, which was Jeremiah Buster. As he stood amid the crowd a close ob server might soon have discovered that the whole scene was new to him. When the prosecuting attorney called him to the witness-stand he limped around the railing of the bar and took his seat on the stand. He gazed around him with a bewildered air, yet there was that in his demeanor which showed ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TKIBTTNBi. MAY S.1883. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 5. 1883. VIM WIUE UOKLD, Portable paper houses are coming iuto use iu Kngland. Kieh deposit of silver discovered near Gaiusboro, Teun. Said that 1,900 peojtle in (ialway, Ire laud, have applied for help to come to this country. Seven miles of thu Pauunia canal will be built for $7,000,000 by a Lockwood, New ork contractor The deepest coal mine in America is at Pottsviile, Pa. Coal p there brought up from a depth of 1,570 feet. Sullivan, 111., voted "no license'' by flftv-three majority, the business men dueming the saloon business a detriment to other business. The eight Telegraph cables, between the United States and Europe are capi talized at $64,,0tiO. They cost $2,500, 600 each, or 180,000,000 for all. There is an excess of assets over liabil ities in the I!. S. Treasury of a little rU ing $190,000,000. This is but about 500,000 short of the 40 per cent reserve. An extensive conflagration occurred in Delhi, Indi...

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