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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

I ft Ti i !: xorth RM TRIBUNE, MAY 5. 1s:;. 9 I 1ST d..; its, Ms, fe, I into Glass; Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting", and General Mill Supplies, Ecpe, Anchcrs, Oakum & Pulley Elect f. Also jLG.iql'GLCtia.rers 01 Tm,coppei Gtnci srieet lion waie. eavy and M ware. Detroit S in liven. tK VS. Tlic liquor question "What'll ye take. Bo true to thyself and none will Buffer at thy hands. The golden love clasp of heaven shall never be broken. Charity is often deserted but it neyer I forsnkes the needy. Charity is often conspired against, but never perpetrates a conspiracy. Greece don't want American pork. We : suppose she has grease enough. Never permit self-respectto leave thee and thou shalt never be forsnken. Charity is often called hard names.l yet it is ever chaste, polite and kind. Nover lose faith in the great Upper soul if you desire to nourish your own soul. Humility is the road that leads to i every altitude of virtue, blessing and i purity. j Trouble does not stop ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

10 THE NORTHERN TIMHI'VK. MAY ss:- TJie Weak Ml tJio Wicked. Out of ft (btftl population Of about fifty teilUood titer) were in IdoOa little over a quarter uf a million of people 'tttftftt. idiotic, blind and deaf and dumb in the United St ties. In every million of pop ulation there were 1,834 victims of in sanity, 1 ,688 idiots, 'Ju blind tiud G75 deaf and dumb. Apparently there was a lare increase in the proportion or these detective peo ple as compared with 1870, ltkiO aud 1850, But the proportional increase seems to have been due chielly or alto gether to more thoroughness in gather ing the statistics concerning them. An exact and trustworthy census, of the in sane especially, it is almost impossible to get. In the first place, what is the di viding line between sanity and insanity? We have seen how, in a recent case, a jury decided that a man was sane who was pretty generally pronounced a lu natic by the professional experts in men tal disease. Whether Guiteau was a responsible...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

mmmm ixxi! wKThLJjCRN TRIBUNE. MAY 5, 1883 It Noethern Tribune. iiTOHlHY. MAY 5, IMS3. THE I'KIKIt l'H' Vf MIA-S T ft Itll 0 1 III HOI (JA N. ;.. lk.,u. Ft'iiiiN, od The First Methodist Episcopal ehnreh of Cheboygan, the first Protestant church in Cheboygan county, was organized Oct. Mh 18H8, by Itev. V. G. Boynton, presiding elder of Grand Traverse dis trict, holding the first otlicial meeting on that date, when a board of Trustees was elected, and the necessary business for the formal organization of a church was transacted. A class had been form ed by the Rev. W in. Riley on the 17th of the same month, consising of five mem bers, viz: Wm. Riley, F. A. Riley, Arthur M. Gerow, Lewis Weston and M. J. Wes ton, after which ten others were added riz: Charles Page, Chloe A, Rice, Barbara A. Buel, Samuel Embury, Almeda Embu ry, Sophia Schwartz, II. V. Massey, Mar garet 11. Massey, A. D. Farmer and H. P. farmer. A. D. Farmer was appointed the first class leader. The first board of trustee...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 May 1883

12 TH K VORTTTF'Rv Ti f i P I ' MAY 5, ! K", II I . I Northern Tribune. SAT l It DAY, MAY 5. lSKi. DIRECTORY.' RM M. E. CHURCH, ('or. Huron Md PiM stm-tH. Rev. W. M. OunpbelL Preaching 10' a. m., 7U; r. m. Sabbath school at 12 M. Prayer meeting Thurs day, at 7K v. M. 8T. JAM l ' E. CHURCH. South Huron Htreet. Preaching at 10:80 a. m. 7;.'50 P. m. Sabbath Khool at 12 m. Rev. J. H. Magoftin, Rector. INDEPENDENT CHURCH. ( pera House. Preaching at 7:80 p. m. Sab bath School 12 M. R. M. Thompson, Pastor. CONGRKUATIONAL CHURCH. Preaching llKM) A. M., 7:30 P. m. Sabbath school, 12 m, Priyer meeting Wedusday, 7:45 p. m. Chas. H. Hartley, D. D., Pastor. st. mary's church. C!or. 5th and Church streets. Low mass 8 a. daily. High mass 10 a. m. Sunday. Vetu jiers Sift p. M. Sunday. Rev. Peter J. De Smedt, Rector. BAPTIST CHURCH. Division street, near Dresser. Preaching 10 A M, 71-,' P m. Sunday school 12 M. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7:45. !HEBOY(iAN LOD(iE, NO. 283, F. AND A. M. Regular ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

The Northern Tribune VOL. 8. ? CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1883. NO 45 Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER & CO. PUBLISH Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST. CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. OIHue, Main etreet, opposite Post & Van Aradale'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. L1MPERT Watchmaker And Jeweler. Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Gold Jewelry, Gold Chains, Bracelets. Spectacles And Eyeglasses. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING Neatly and Promptly Done. L. T. LIMPERT, Central Drug Store. FOR SALE. Alexander Robarce offers for sale a magnifi cent piece 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 m good condition For further particulars apply ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

2 THU 1sr()RTTTK"RN TRIBUNE MAY 12.1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 12. 1883. OMOIITBITMM. Emerson denominates concentration "the one prudence iu life." With a Oner caution and reserve power than mere wisdom, this prudence is sagacious iu discerning a high purpose, and in con sulting and electing means to accom plish what is determined upon. When plans are matured, a course of action marked out, and a definite ohject sought for, there must he a concentration of forces to the one high, great purpose, or else the work will prove unsatisfactory and ahortive. Extraordinary success is only attained through vehement de votion to the one supreme ohject placed hefore the amhition. energy and metal of the true man. There is a continuity of purpose and, action with the Divine, that invariably makes for success according to a pre-arranged plau; and man must, if he excels, have his aims aud actions co hesive, showing a tenacious centering of powers and capacities on the one chosen purpose;...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

ThE NORTH KRN TRfBITNE, MAY 12 . 1SS3. 3 Stories About (Juren Victoria'. J:irorltG Gillie. On onrs occasion Hie Qtmn, accom panied h) two ui' hor daughter, mu raturning to Balmoral from a visit to (ilassalt, when suiMculy two horses started aside from a new road thev were unaccustomed to. It was an awkward spot for an accident, but John Brown realizing the danger at a glance, vo ciferateu "Pull up!" so vigorously to the coachman that serious consequences were averted. As it was, the carriage was overturned and the royal party were thrown out. At a little distance the coachman lay insensible. The out rider was on before, and only John Brown remained to do duty for all. With great coolness he whipped out his clasp knife and quietly cut the traces to free the struggling animals, and bore the occupants of the carriage to a place of safety. It is alleged that only for a moment he was perplexed, when his lamp went out, and an emphatic ex clamation escaped his lips, which the Royal ears th...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 12, 1883. I I I Northern tribune. SATURDAY, MAY 21. 1883. ROM 'II Ml IMH ll.GA. Allla Cwrreapomltiisce. May 7th, 1883. Another great step in the rupid strides of improvement has been taken in plac ing thi City of Cheboygan on Black lake. Already the pulse of the "mossback" beats more rapidly in anticipation of a bright future, yet he cannot see how the boat can earn much money without being able to run up and down Black river. The township board met last week at the Clerk's otlice aud transacted some important business. Five town ofllces had to be tilled by appointment. A new burial irround is to be selected in Town 34, 2 east. The lifth bridge is to be erected aero? Stone ('reek and one-half mile of road made through a dense cedar swamp. John Rodgers returned last week comoany with his brother James, with u car load of live stock and all the plemeuts necessary to make three good farmers happy in this garden of Presque Isle, if they could be happy without w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

THE NORTH KRM TRimrNHJ, MA V12 . 1883. 5 C"Cte:xt"2", EES eavy and M Hardware, Detroit Stoves, Paints, Oils, k Window Glass, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. A,lfllO 2a-ruLfa-ctULrers of" Tin,Coppei sirxd. Sliest Iron "77"3ire. IMHORTAMTY. For tho Noithein Tribune. Hail! lorioii8 trutli, revealM by him Who, amid Calvary's bloodv r..rks, Finishtxl redemption's plan that man Might share die glories of imn ortal life far in the "heaven of heavens!" Life in its various forms Proceeds from Him who gave it birth; How strange the life now veiled in flesh, Its wedded beauty in the dwelling frail; Counting the moments by the crimson drops. (lushing from hidden fountains. Life's secret springs Flow from His hand who gave the life of insect and of angel; He sustains Thro' infinite resources, worlds on worlds, Amid whose glorious dazzling pomp, Is built the "throne of thrones." The life of tiniest forms All speak t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

6 NOKTHEEN TEIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 12. 1883. THE BE ABE MANY THINUS HARD SB THAN WORK. "There are muiiv tilings hurder than work Id the world," My father would my to me oft; "And a man is less able to hear sorrow's load When his m uscles are feeble and soft. The man who lrt fails in the season of grief Is the man who will falter and shirk. You will find, as you go through the troubles of life, There are many things barter than work." I thought, us a boy, when my mates wore at play, That my task Was most grievous to bear: But, oh, how much harder I have found it since then To struggle with worry and care I For toil is made sweet by the hope of reward, But dangers in idleness lurk; And he who has sought, and not found it, well knows There are many things harder than work. The rich man, whose millions can buy him relief From ceaseless and wearisome toil, Finds many a woe in unoccupied time His idle enjoyment to spoil. He knows that a sorrow may gnaw at his heart, Though sycophants flatt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

iruji xni,KTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 12. 1883 A Sheriff Deleethre. A Smnrtsvili,. (('al.) oorrespondeoloi the tUryiMo Appeal says: it basbeen u iinstcrv lor son,., time pasl bj what modus operandi the employes of the Blue 1 int Hydraulic Mining ( ,inpan could sp aeouratolj tell the approach at any mi.-, or of anv suspicious objefct, from one to throe hours before it made Us appearance la or near their works. Ob a i-.it to Ibis oelebrated mine the writer was show n the simple instrument (11 it can be called by that name). To give the information how it is done, ot to scientiiicallv explain how the desired results are brought about, is more than 1 will undertake. But shis I do know, that by the several appliances an em ploye can see objects wit h it for nearly ten miles iu any direction from where the instrument is Located. The day though, must he clear and the atmos phere pure, and whether it would act or give the desired information in other than this pure atmosphere is more than 1 can say...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

v s THK NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 1.2, 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY 12. 1883. Saving Money Z Making Money IB 37" Calling: -A-t tlM Temperance. Published at the Request of the W. C. T. U. No subject has claimed the attention of the public more than that of tem perance. Its cause is strongly advocated by the press. Its merits and its great necessity are loudly proclaimed by hun dreds of eloquent voices. Even the children are heard repeating its good lessons which may become practicable. And the thrilling songs "Oh, where is my boy to-night." "Touch not the Wine Cup," "Dare to answer No," and numer ous others reach the heart of many and do a good work. Ever sinee the goblet of home-made wine was freely passed around among our good farmers in the harvest fields, and at the social board in private families, centuries ago, the subject has been a serious one, and to day, in our moral atmosphere, there is no cloud overhanging us so dark and threatening as that of Intemperance. Our eyes...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

Northern Tbibune. Tnii NORTH KRIS TRIBUNE, MAY 12, 1883. SATURDAY, MAY 12. 1883. DIRECTORY. 7JWh1IHuIJ Plug at 10:. A. M INDEPRNDKNT CHURCH, opera Hiinsft Preaching at 7 v. M Sah bath School v m. R. m! AompMa, CONUItKff ATIONA 1. CHURCH. Preacinnjr 10:S0 A. m.. T :jo 1. M m p. m. ciihb. H. Hartley, i. d., Pastor. It S.T- MARY8 CHURCH. 5s.iSfr. m,;,8s am Siii"- vet Eor y" RttV- Peter J I)e Sm,',lt' BAPTIST CHURCR. Division street, near Dresser. Preaching 10', V' M' S"ll(1;,y schwl 12 m. l'iiiyer meeunjr Tnei ty emiing at 7:!.r. CHKBOYC.AN LODGE, NO. 288, K. AN'li A M Regular meeting, at Masonic Hall, Wtdner ay viuiig, on or betort the full f the moon. i (i Whartou, WE JP Sutton, Suc'y. TEMPLE LODUJi NO. 881, I O. 0. F. Met wwjr FridM weiilng, at odd Fallows' Hall. B J Vanderliflt, N . R. Bauuatyue, BENTON LOIX.K, NO. 108, A. O. U. W. Met every other Monday evening, at H. H. J. M iner. M W. B H Begole, Reorder. CHEBOYGAN CHAPTER, 0. 10H. OK R. A. M. Meets In Masonic Hall, flu the Frid...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

Ldueateil Canines Huntlfpds of people who pdMed through the park estenlay nfteiiioon had their attention attracted bvthe live ly gambols of three dogs. Then was nothing about the appearance of the canines to indicate fine breeding, nor were they M handsome as to cause re mark; but in their play they went through so many eccentric motions and Were so utterly oblivious to the many overtures that were made to them by passers-by that it was easily seen that they were dogs of no ordinary intelli gence. The jumping on his hind legs of a little one, and the gravity of agood si.ed Newfoundland as he occasionally plopped his scuffling and sat straight up to view the scene, and the ease with which a white mixed bull and coach Would occasionally clear the top of the seats, was the cause of much specula tion. When anyone undertook to get Vlose enough to attempt a pat on the head, all three would run to a bench where sat a young man reading a news paper, and forming a semi-circle about his feet,...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY ihkx hotels f MeXlC 19 httma twe,lty JpiMJE i David Dav,s7s a millionaire, ptnON his honeymoon, which li worth more. Maksaou sktts house and senate en rtor.se the intimity of the late Oaken Ames ami want congress to do the same. THEGeneseo Republican has for its motto 'To fear God, teli the troth, and make money." A queer trinity f prin ciples. The supreme court holds that a rail. road cannot fix rates of fare and freight, which conflict with the state laws on the same auhject. it. . UN; caouMoa instruments per week are turned out in the United States by six telephone factories, and Cheboygan is able to have a telephone. m..-.. rwy . . i uk iroHsury uepartment has con tributed 130 young ladies for marriage since February 1. A treasury is gener ally successful in marrying people. Mexico is fast becoming full of in terest to capitalists and oporators, and it is impossible to correctly surmise what advancement will be made in the next two decades. Things...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 May 1883

TH K N( ) RTI I K! K' Tl f ' H I r N k, MA Y 1 5 Si Northern tribune. Q 1 SATURDAY. MAY 12. 18b3. (HEBOVGAN MATT Kit. Dusters and linen suits are not in de mand. The bull frogs stopped croaking Thurs day night frozi up. Yesterday would have been a good day for the rink business. Paul Baker has sold out his restaurant and will move to his farm. Spriug will keep well this year, it comes to us well packed in ice. Ben. Gero receiyed per express Tues day morning, a handsome new cornet. Hail, gentle spring. It didn't hail but there was considerable ice yesterday morning. Twelve cars were beiug loaded yester day at the railroad dock with ties to be hipped to Mason. The schooner Consuello and Louisa brought 75 tons of steam bout coal for W. & A. McArthur. The cap lamps for the baud arrived Tuesday morning aud the boys illumi mated that evening. Spring tried to play a game of freeze wut yesterday morning and came near making a success of it. The whistle of the Cheboygan Lumber company's ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

The Northern Tribune. VOL. 8. , CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1883. NO 46 I Northern tribune. PUBLISH ED KVKKY SATURDAY. . CHANDLER & CO. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST CHEBOYGAN Teeta Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post A Van Arsdale's. A Large Stock OF WALL PAPER DECORATIONS, &c sOf ihe Newest Designs Just Be ceived at SMYTH & GO'S JEVVELKKN & 8TATIONEBS. Main St., Cheboygan, Mich. L. T. LIMPERT Watchmaker And Jeweler. Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Gold Jewelry, Gold Chains, Bracelets. Spectacles And Eyeglasses. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING Neatly and Promptly Done. L. T. LIMPEBT, Central Drug Store. FOB SALE Alexander Robarge offers for sale a magnifi cent piece of land situated on the east side of the river, near St. Mary's Catholic church. Also a choice fishing ground situated at Ham- ........IV, I..., (..,,..(!,.. I M III, rnllllJrl it III :.(' tw ne. Ac all mi trood condition for further particul...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 12, 1883. Nokthem Tribune SATURDAY. MAY 12. 1883. Till: PEOPLirs PARTY to I hv Kemitmoan party was tiorn mu the throes of liberty, ami destined greatness unpuralleled in anaient or modern political prowess. The new salvatory of liberation, freedom, and progress, projected an era of war upon hateful oppression, organized corrup tiou, aud nationalized wrong, that cans ed oppressors to quake the world over and the heavens of human rights to ex pand, glow, and scintillate with hope and glories with heldfrom past ages The Democratic party, rendered effete through multiplied and grevious corrup tions and abominations, dared dispute witr the Republican Hercules of des tiny, and was summarily placed by the stern arbiter of battle, to the rear, to pay pennance, where for nearlyja quarter of a century, in dust and ashes, disgrac ed, unshorn, and uncleansed, it has wan dered, until the human heart relents aud condoles over its wretched misfor tunes, although hoping no...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

K NORTHERN TKIBUNK, MAY 19. 1888, 3 NOKTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 12, 1883. 4'oum ii Fro'Ciai:M. (Official.) Cocni li. Rooms, cheuoyi.an, Mini. I May 6tll, UW8. J The council of the vill.ige of Cheboy gau met in regular session May 15th, 188;i. Present President Frost, Trustees Rohinsou, Smyth, McArthur, Van Arsdale and Attorney Hell. Absent- Trustees Blake and Hum phrey. Minutes of last session read and ap proved. PETITIONS. From M. J. Kesseler, R. Patterson and others, for the opening of Ball Btreet from Third street to Black River avenue. Referred to Committee on Street Open ings. REPORTS OF VILLAGE OFFICERS- From the Village Marshal, of moneys collected from fines and rent of town hall. Report received and ordered placed on file. To the Hon. the Council of the Village of Che boygan : Gentlemen Pursuant to a resolution of the Council and the ordinances of the village, I, then and now being Street Commissioner of the village, proceeded to cause a sidewalk to be constructed on th...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 19, 1883. 4 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY U. 1883. Mllt l lll ltN TIK IIK.W AIIIm Correspondent. May 15th, 1883 It appears from our freezing nights that winter is determined to linger in the lap of spring, and the farmers here are ready to kick him out. A sneak thief entered the tent of Mr. Bteo&foa, who is looking land for the Dodge & Phelps estate, of N. Y., and stole many little valuables, cut the tent up badly, and left, but was tracked so as to be nearly loeated. A large crew of men passsd through here to-day enroute for Rainy River drive. The lingering illness of Miss Libbie Sandison was terminated on Monday morning last by her quiet and peaceful departure to the loving arms of Jesns, who was waiting for her just over the way. We feel that our loss is her eter nal gain. The family and friends ho severely stricken with grief have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire com munity. We learn that th-i Pastor from the Baptist Church of Cheboygan wi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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