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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

, THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 19. 1883. 5 DE A I XT ten iM SI Hardwan, Mt sm, wk is, fc. Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. Also 2xa,rvLxfa,ct-u.xers of" Tin,Copper and S3a.eet Iron. TTsTsire. Northern Tribune. SATURDAYrlAY li. 188:1. SACRED HISTORY. Works of tape! Given. St. Mary's the Faithful, of Che boygan. The history of the St. Mary's congrega tion comprises three periods; 1st, from 184(. to 185it it formed a station; 2d, from 185S) to 18(18 it formed a mission; M, from 1808 to tlie the present time it lias existed as a quasi parish. The first visit of a Catholic priest since tho days of the Jesuit fathers, who la bored in these northern regions, and of whom Pere Marquette remains the most noted representative, wag made the Catholics of Cheboygan in 1849 by Uev. Father Piret, a Belgian by birth, who, the first priest visit Cheboygan, was also the first priest to die, and be buried in thli nlace. Fathe...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

the northern tkibunh;, may ii. law. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 15. 1883. THERE? 8 NO USE IN LOOKING RACK. There's no use in looking back O'er the way that wo have traveled, There's no use In going over All our sorrows, draped In black ; What our yesterdays have brought us, What our yesterdays have taught us, Will be of no advantage If we're always looking back. There's no use in looking back. Every day and date recalling: 'Twas here we made good progress, 'Twas there we left the track; Mot by constant, retrospection Will we ever reach perfection; The past is ours no longer, There's no use in looking book. There's no use in looking back. Me the furrow straight or crooked. Lest we should be disheartened And strength and courage lack; Through paths not always pleasant We reach the golden present; The goal is still before us. There's no use in looking back. There's no use in looking back. And remembering with horror Those weary days and hours When the soul was on the rack; For he w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

injL iNwKTIdERN TRIBUNE. MAY 19. 1883 Milking Three Times a Daj. Messrs. Muller and Jones, of Ger many, have been making some n i t extensirf MMrlmenti in nUkUuroowi more than the usual number of times : day. By milking three timet a lav a slight percentage of 'fat is secured that would bo lost under other practice. In one op'fur'nt reported, if the butter were votli thirty eents a pound, the luitti t from tb fcWO milkings would be worth fourteen ' llars and fi m the three milkings eighteen dollars, accord ing to 1 he percentage of fat found to be secured by the extra milking. The quest ion arises in this instance, ia the extra money value secured worth the lalior expended in securing itP This will, of course, depend very much up on how the cows are kept. If they are at pasture the trouble of driving them up and milking them, and driving them back again, is not altogether measured by the labor expended, but the loss of the cows from pasture. Also the inter ruption of men and women f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

8 in i.uKTHKRN TRIBUNE. MAY 19, 1883 Northern tribune. Saving Money - Making Money 33 37" Ca.llin.gr -A-t tkxm SATURDAY. MAY 10. 1883. SPRAYS. A manly man never wilts. The wisdom of the mouth is foolish ness unless weaved in the web and woof of experience. The grateful remembrances of the lowly are more to be desired than the ducats of kings. If you ever admit to a man that he cannot be saved, you will never after influence him for good. The denominational devil is the most immense of any Satanic emmissary sent o'er earth to do destructive work. A true man fears not, though outward things discourage, the world oppose, and men and devils conspire for his down fall. Idleness, licentiousness, and intern peranee, a trinity of perdition itself, to Hood the world with crimes, woes and sorrows. People who are not willing to let God do His work, don't seem to improve mat ters any by their officiousness with Di vine matters. People who preach that the world is going back are on the down grad...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

ciu, inKTHJURN TRIBUNE. MAY 19, 1883 9 Northern Tribune. Just So, Just So ! s f SATURDAY. MAY 19. 1883. AMUR. The City of Grand Rapids was at Duncan City last evening. The steam barge Glidden called into Duncan City Sunday, bound down. - The schooner C. Hart arrived from Detour yesterday with 240 packages of fish. The schooner George Steel arriv Tuesday forenoon and is taking on lum ber for Chicago. The Atlantic called in, bound up, Tuesday forenoon, and stopped in, in the evening, going down. The steamer Flora arrived up yep. terday forenoon and called in, bound down, in the afternoon. The scow Rozille, of Mackinac, came over Sunday and has been hauled out at the ship yard for repairs. The schooner Una'dilla arrived Mon day forenoon and left to-day with a car go of lumber for Chicago. The tug L Q. Rawson, which had been in port a couple of days, left Sun day evening for Frankfort. . The steam pleasure yacht Huntress was in port Thursday morning, on her way from Buffalo to South Hav...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

10 i n r. LNvK l HHJRV ' ' ' YK MAY 10, 1RS3 A Tulk With a Mh At hitrh noon a youth MDMgtd from the Brunswick ami Itood for a moment in the brilliant blaze of the April sun lutle.ssly buttoning his gloves. He was languid, somber and inert. Lp and down Fifth avenue stages rumbled and roared, and IHIlUtilW whirled. The doors of the hotel slammed incessantly, brightly dressed women tripped by, men strode briskly to and fro, laughing nurse-maids led groups of frolicsome children to the park, and even the cabmen whistled and sang as they went about their work. It was a cheerful scene. The youth did not seem interested in anything. Men who passed glanced at him somewhat contemptuously, or with palpable sneers; women looked admir ingly. He was narrow chested, and his legs were lank and wavering. On his head was a bell-crowned English beaver, with a mourning band two inches wide, and around his neck he wore a collar of pre posterous height. A drab covert coat, such as Englishmen wear when r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

Our Young Readers. THE SCHOOL - ROOKS' GRIEVANCES. Due Biafct, not lonK since, its I wont to the (Inset, A. garment of Tom's in Its place to deposit, I heard moll u queer noise upon one of the shelves. Where Ids school-books ull stood in a row by thenwlvcs. That I paused ut the door, as in I was walk ing, And found, to my wonder, the Bchool-books were talking. Baid one, with a tight "I am sure you re member How nicely 1 looked a year since in Septem ber; Dut now," it shrieked out, in tho wildest of rntii' As it flung back its cover, "just look at my pages I And how he ,'ul(l do it is really a mvstery, Maltreating like this a 'United States His tory.' rhen a book by her side bowed low, us to ploase her, And said: "I can sympathize; I am Tom's 'Ciesur.' Cm nearly worn out, and he never translates mo Without saying roundly he 'perfectly hates me,' And wishes that 'Ciesar had saved him the trouble By writing in English.' I'm nearly bent double By the tortures he gives me, tho thumpings,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 19 May 1883

12 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MA Y 1st Ka. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY III. (MBMtll MA'I'TKBN. Yesterday was hot enough for ice eream. Tlie brick walls of Joseph Spooner's building are growing rapidly. A glorious ahower last night and this morning the grass is springiug up, as if by magic. Cheboygan is going to bare a new meat shop. It will be located on Mack River avenue. The leak in the water main, at the lower end of Main street, has been re paired. A defective joint was the cause. A basket social will be held at the rosidence of Joseph Rife, Mullet Lake, Friday evening of next week, for the benefit of Rev. West, of Indian River. Engineer Adams and his assistant Mincier, have repainted the waterworks pumps, and shown their sthetic taste adorning the too of each with a vase containing a handsome boquet. The Michigan Central railroad ha given notice to all its agents that cars will be transferred at the straits without delay, and will go through to upper peninsula points without bre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

The Northern Tribune. VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1883. NO 4' Northern tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER & CO. PTTBLI3HER3. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Teoth Extracted without pain. Office, Main Atreet, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. A Large Stock OF WALL PAPER DECORATIONS, &c Of the Newest Designs Just Re ceived at SMYTH & GO'S JEWELERS k STATIONERS. Main St., Cheboygan, Mich. L. T. LIMPERT hi Jeweler. Gold and Silver Watch ps. 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 piece of land situated on the east sido 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 to REN J. RICHOT, C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 26, 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY M, 1883. NATIONAL OOOD. That there is more general informa tiou on political matters, and a truer judgment of related questions of public policies and measnres.anioug the masses than they have heretofore possessed, will not be denied by any thoughtful, honest observer of our national affairs. Everything is educational, and so many have advantaged themselves with the privilege of superior knowledge, of men, theories, and principles of govern ment, as that they bestow close and serious thought upon vexed problems, viewing them in their larger bearings, fully competent to pass a rational judge ment as to what is desirable. This very fact is a guarantee of inde pendent, judicious action on the part of the people, in each political contest of national importance, and anything ca pable of preventing a free, unembarass ed .expression of honest conviction and opinion will be summarily crushed. The clap-trap devices of foxy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

inji, iwRTHKRN TRIBUNE. MAY 26. 1883 3 A Vale I icideul ol' Vltt) Years Ago. The no leu of t late Dr. Hawley in VMfeerday'is Hegi$ter brings to the recol lection d' the writer an occurrence of "fifty years ago, whieli OM to prove the great physical strength and endurance of the doetor as there Mated. At the opening of the Yale medical courne la 1833, in what is now the South Sheffield building, there was a,notioe given after the lectures one afternoon that there would be a choice of "bully" for the season on the grounds east of the col lege. This brought Rev. Dr. Peter Parker on his feet in opposition. He made a special plea stating that choos ing bullies by a tussel of strength bad become obsolete in all colleges, and ad vocated the more modern and respecta ble course of electing them by ballot. The students gave very respectful attention to his speech and then left for the place appointed. A very large, beautiful thigh bone was laid on the grass and a circle formed around it. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 26, 1883. Northern tribune. SATURDAY MAY 2(5, 1883. NORTHERN IfUCRtGAN. Indlun River Correspondence. Indian Rivkr, May 24. Correspondence of the Northern Tribunb. Capt. Keeoejf, formerly of the Northern Belle, has placed a very Hue and well equipped shingle mill here, and shingles are "Hying in the air" at the rate of 50, 000 per day. The captain has taken a permanent residence at our village with his family. He has ten employes, and with "Walter" as first mate and John Moore as foreman it makes a gook baker's dozen. Their "Star" brand of 18 inch shingles are gilt edge, and the demand for them is immense. A. W. Brown, of New York, has arrived with a complete stock of photographers' goods, and we expect that eyery man, woman and child iu the vicinity will call and get a picture. Henry Lester has recovered from the wound in his forehead, which was fol lowed by severe facial erysipelas. He is now convalescent. Henry Rodger a has leased the Johnson House, and h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

THE NOKIHEKN TRIBUNE. MAY 26, 1883. C S, rw, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. Also IsCa-ri-u.fa.ct-ULxers of Tin,Coppei and S3a.eet Iron. "X7"a,re. Si Oik, fe, Window eaw an OVf i Noethern Tribune. SATURDAYrMAY267l883. CHEBOYGAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. An liistitutioii Honorable to So vMy and tho Community in Wliich it Exists. History of Temple Lodge "o. MM, I. O. O. F. . l'roN'roiiH nud I'luur iMlilnir Sorlety, Wliile not of such ancient origin as Free Masonry. Oddfellowship has made a noble record for itself among the be nevolent orders of the earth and in all that i good, ennobling and praisewor thy, has won a place in the front rank of such societies. To be a fdoi Oddfellow it is requisite to be a good citizen. A strict adherence to its principles makes better men, better husbands, better fath ers and better citizens. It is but recently that the order throughout the country celabratud the sixty-fourth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

SJSJ. 6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 26. 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 26, 1883. THE II AIR OF THE PERIOD. Wavy and cri n k led ami crimped heigh-bol Crimped and crinkled und wavy, (), Is i be only stylo That is deemed worth while, And that is the hair of the period, 0. ' So much a yard, and so much an ounce; Natural curl with spring and bounce; Patent "wave" with a crimp or "banjj," Fluffy or (Miff, to ollog or hang. No matter what feature or tint of skin, Hallow or rosy, or plump or thin, Juno or Psyche, or sprite or ( lytic, Medusa, or Gorgon, or Aphrodite, Fair as an anirel or wofully plain, r matron sober or Hirtlet vain The head of a woman to-day must be A muss of frl.zv absurdity; A curly, wavy forehead of BOM, With too-visible net ilrawn well across, Or, loop on loop, still plastered down In labored rows from brow to crown. Or miffs that match or puffs that vary, FaillnK still to catch the wary Anything, everything, so that it be False in effect and a shame to see. Thes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

I TjrlE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 26, 1883. 1 A Chapter uu Cows. Farmers strive to MM or buy the best of cows. Probaby not OM in live hundred will make, oi Hush pasture, ten pounds of butter a week; and three hundred pounds of 0M6M lo six months or one hundred poinds of butter for the same time, is mre than the aver age. I had a larjrfl rough eow that made twelve pound of butter :i week and held on well to her milk; she was very well marked, according to the French rule, and a huge feeder. A large, pale, white and red cow, with large neck, head tad horns, made nine pi'iinds a week, bit we did not think her so good as cows' that made seven pounds, and heldon to their milk bet ter. An ordinary-sized cow made nine pounds a weef, but soon shrunk in milk. A fine grade cow made ten pounds, and hdu out well. Of cows I have seen, a small, sleek-coated cow made ten pouids in a week ; a handsome eow made fjurteen pounds a very busy feeder; I large, rough cow made seventeen pounds; a large, fat Du...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

jj M B Ti IE NORTHKRN TRIBUNE, MAY 26. 1883. Nobther n Tribune. SATURDAY'. MAY &67l888. Saving Money - Making Money Ca.llin.gr -A-t tile SPRAYS, To seek a fortune suddenly is to mis i it in a hurry. Large bodies ewrve but Blokty, but- a lazy body scarcely moves at all. Those who would be Strang must wiw k, only weak ones have a&y. timeto ttiik. Legislative enactments do not m brace all law, neither is every stab jte law. Genuine souls are rendered mom il lustrious because of being villiGtal by the false. The eloquence of an angel couHl not move a listener who had no elopen ce in his soul. Some live to give pain, an'di otiitn s to diffuse happiness; to which class d o you belong? To be unfair to a man who h de you an injury proves you to be his equal, but not his superior. Envy is such a jrood hater that, if we all loved our neighbor as sua hatf s, we would have lave enough and to spa re. Take good ease of your bodily he a 1th if you aspire to excel in brain work or you will ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, MAY 26. 1883. 9 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. MAY 20, 1883. AMTCIi - The tug Nat Stickuey arrived Thurs day morning and left that afternoon for Chicago. Tho schooner George Steele nailed Wednesday morning with lumber for Chicago. -The North Cape sailed from Duncan City Wednesday morning with a cargo of lumber for Chicago. The schooner Canton arrived at Duncan City yesterday noon and is load ing lumber for Detroit. The Canadian propeller Canada, Dound from Chicago to Montreal, called at Duncan City yesterday afternoon. The Ste. Marie arrived down from the Sault Monday and Wednesday eve nings, returning the following days. The schooner A. Ford arrived Mon day and is taking on a cargo of lumber from W. S. Smith, for Detroit. The scow Rozille is a sick looking craft. She will look better when the ship carpenters get through with her. The City of Cleveland was delayed 12 hours at Port Huron by the storm, and did not arrive up Wednesday until after noon. Norman Lyons s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

10 T' 1 K xrnRTTTPVRN TU 'TtisTh;. MAY w26 1 888. The Cork Oak. At present we dMeftd for cork upon the countries border 'ng tlie Mediier ranean. la these mm n l ies the actual market value of cork is ten times what it was at the beginning of the century, and it is likely to go still higher. In Sardinia, Sicily and Naples extensive cork plantations an being destroyed for the purpose of obtaining the tannin of superior qualit y yielded oy the bark and carbonate of soifa from the ashes of the wood. This destruction has been going on for years, while planting has not -even replaced the trees destroyed, ex cept in t ranee and its African depend ency. As long ago as 1 822 the French uovcrnment appropriated 4,500 francs, which were to be divided among those who, planting in 182;J, should possess at the expirat ion of ten years plantations f 10,000 vigorous saplings. In 1834 only three persons had been entitled to Uie reward. But France has now over 600,000 acres of cork plantations in Algi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

Northern tribune. SATURDAY, MAY 88, 1883.i m T B:WK I'AM.Al'V. tree trado promises to hotter the con dition of the laboring classes, but fails to show wherein the benefit is to come. The United States has protection, Eng land has free trade, and it is easy-to de monstrate the great advantage protec tion gives the working classes by look ing at figures and facts. The Lansing Republican presents the following ex hibit of prices of provisions at Bradford, England, in February, 1882, also in Lau sing in October, 1882: ARTICLES. Hradford Enr. Cents Landing Mich. Cents. Beef, inferior parts, per lb Beel, best joims, ior lb. . Mutton, per lb Pork, inferior parts, per lb Pork, better, per lb Baeon, per lb Veal, per lb . Oeese Ducks, each Potatoes, per bu Egrnrs, per doss Butter, per lb Cheese, per lb Flour, per lb to It to -it to i-i 10 to 12 14 to 18 lfl to 20 IB to 26 1H to 25 Hi to 75 1 50 25 3fl to ii 20 4K 8 to 12 lfl 7 to 14 12 16 8i stole 12 25 to 50 40 23 28 16 3 Under free trade, t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 26 May 1883

18 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. MAY 2G, 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, MAY 26. CHEBOYGAN RlATTKBd. Have enough enterprise to plant trees. Business at the machine shops boom ing. Both ship yards have been full of bus iness this week. Hon. Geo. W. Bell has planted many line trees in front of his elegant resi dence. W. 0. Boggs closed out his stock of groceries, and crockery and glassware at auction this week. Mason & Morgan's Uncle Tom's Cabin company, drew a good house and gave general satisfaction. J. G. Spiller, at the water works well, let one of the drills fall on his foot last Saturday, mashing one of his big toes He has been nursing it this week. The circus bills have proved a great attraction this week, and have been gazed at by hundreds. Sometimes it has been somewhat amusing to watch the gazers. Hugh McKinnon, a young lad, was thrown from his velocipede last Wednes day, injuring his knee. Dr. T. A. Perrin did what he could to relieve, but it is very sore. Reapers and mowers ...

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