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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

The Northern Tribune. VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1883. NO 48 Northern tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER & CO. PUBLiaHEE3. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENT I STi CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Matn street, opposite Post 4 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 Watchmaker Anil Jeweler. Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Gold Jewelry, Gold Chains, Bracelets. Spectacles And Eyeglasses. ALL KINDS OF REPA 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 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, &c, all in good condition For further particulars ap...

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

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 2, 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 2. 1883. WORK FOB IT. Among other things done at the last meeting of the Republican national com mittee at Washington in July, the fol lowing resolution is worthy of our at tention and study: Resolved, That the call for the next Republi can national convention shall le so broad and liberal as to invite the co-operation without Im posing any other test of all citizens who are in favor ot elevating and dignifying American labor, protecting uud extending home indus tries, giviug free, popular education to the masses of the people, securing free suffrage and an honest count of ballots, and effectually protecting all human rights in every section of our common country and, who are willing to support the nominees of the convention. The spirit, import, and comprehensive ness of the resolution is just what is needed to secure the best possible results for humanity everywhere, the United States in general, and every America...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

TiE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 2 1883. The Etritisli Yeoman. It mnst be wmbf4 tlmt the resi dent owner of a small property -small enough to separate him from 1 lie gentry, yet large enough to make him a very important personage in his own imme diate neighborhoodmoves in a very circumscribed area, and seldom if ever cornea in contact with any one superior to himself. The bad effect of such a life has been shown by George Eliot in 'Silas Marner," and what the petty quire was then the yeoman is now. As a general rule, he will not be in the im mediate neighborhood of any of the reg ular gentry; and if ho is, he will see lit tle of them much less than the tenant farmer sees. He lives usually at a dis tance from town; he holds himself above the ordinary occupiers; and, though of course he associates with them, does not care for their opinion. He reads little but the local papers, and his prejudices are of the most obstinate character. The tenant-farmer has at all events his landlord to look u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE '2, 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JUNE 2. 1883. NOKT1I KKN niCHkGAN. I ml luu Kivi-r CorrevpoiKtence. Indian River, May MX Correspondence of the Noiithkrn Tribunk With your permission I will occasion ally write up some of the larger enter prises of our village. To commence, I will say F. E. Martin visited this place about four years since, ami being satis fled this was the point for business, with brains and capital, he decided to stay, and the result is he has a business this year of over one hundred thousand dol lars. When he come here there were only two houses, and now we uumber 3(K) people and more coming. Mr. Martin's enterprise developed the country. He has exerted his influence to get the rail road at this point, and in fact has built a bridge at his own expense across the Sturgeon river here, and cashed the bills for caryiug the special mails for two years. His store is complete in every particular. It is 44x100, two stories and a basement, fr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

i THE NORTHERN TRfKUNE, JUNE 2. 1883. 5 Northern Tribune. S ATURDAyTunE 27l883T Ii:c orat'on day was generally ob served, and the occasion brinjfH to the mind war memories that will not be for gotten as long as earthly history is re membered. Horatio Skvmoi u tells the Democracy that they act the fool about the tariff. They have many star performers in the popular play of "Fool," and it is inspir ing to witness the alacrity with which they respond to eyery ercore with a rep etition of the play; although a heathen ish repetition, it is not in vuiu for the Republicans.! The United States owes it to her citi zens that there is not permitted great hosts of paupers to be-sent here, by na tions who have made them paupers, by denying them their rights, robbing them of their mauhood, and reducing them to absolute destitution. England would not permit us to send to her shores le gions of poverty stricken, helpless crea tures, to be fed, clothed and provided for, and England, or any other nat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 2, 1883. Northern n Tribune. Saving Money - Making Money By Calling tlxe SATUKDAY.Jl ? ih) 2. 1883. 5 T HI BINE'S SI'KA IS. Religious summer resort? very seldom resort to religion. When virtus molts like wax it luck the stamina of consistenc.'y. When there is an intenf e, concentrated purpose in any soul the world will hear from it. If all instiutionB wero bent to the good of all mankind, many existing institu tions would be bent to death. Many ministers are ready to be apos tles to the Genteeh, but not to the Gen tiles, the great eommon people. A better tone obtains upon the stage to-day than formerly, but it needs to be much higher before a pure tone is sound ed. Undue excitement weakens charaeter, but steady movements of growth in creases the force power in an individual. To be free is to be happy, great and wise; let the speech, press, ihought and -onsoience be f ee, as Clod wills they shall 1)6. Indomitable pluck and vigor will en sure success,- - at ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

injii .swKTI IKRN TRIBUNE. JUNE 2, 1883 DE ALEES ' i'lflP by and M Hardware, Detroit Stem, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. AlfflO DajvLfsictvLrexs of Tin,Coppei a-rLd SQaeet Iron. Waie. Noktheen Tribune. SATURDAY, JI NK 1888. DIRECTORY. FIRST M. K. OBQBCH. Cor. Huron and Pine streets. Rev. W. M. Campbell. Preaching in',, a. m., m. Sabbath school at 12 m. Prayer iiu't-tinji Thurs day, at 7 'ij P. M. ST. JAMES E. CHURCH. South Huron street. Preaching at 10:80 A. M. 7;80 P. M. Sabbath school at 12 M. Rev. J. H. Mugottln, Rector. INDEPKNDKNT OHUBOH. Open House. PfMOhlng at 7::J p. m. Salt bath School 12 M. R. M. Thompson, Pastor. C'ON(i RFC i A T ION A L CHURCH. Preaching 1():8() A. m., 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school, 12 m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:45 P. M. ( has. H. Hartley, 1). I)., Pastor. ST. MARY'S CHURCH. Cor. 5th and Church streets. Low mass 8 a. M., daily. High mass 10 a. m. Sunday. Ves pers 8 JO P. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TKIBUNK JUNE . 1883. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. JUSE S, ISM. ArranKenieut are beiuj? made for a trand excursiou for the benefit of the Cheboygan graded school, on the laHt day of the term. Barney Mullen killed a large black bear near Jackson's camp, on Mullet lake, last week, lie says it was the largest one he ever waw. A team belouging to T. J. Crumley ran away Monday forenoon down Water street. They scattered the wagon alor.tg the road and made good time to the ha j o, on the east side of the riyer. Rust & Co. have made a sale of lumber, of stock manufactured in Cheboyg an, to Albany parties at $8, $18 and 'J8 per thousand, which is claimed to bet die best price ever obtained at this point. Last week Dr. Gerow had the rear por tion of the old Backus homi tstead re moved, and this week the mail a building is on rollers and traveling to, the rear, to make room for that brick business block. The Singer Sewing Mach ine company are going to establish a d istrict agenc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

I inn vKTHiRN TRIBUNE. JUNE 2, 1883 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JUNK 2. 1883. hakim:. The schooner Newsboy arrived this forenoon. The schooner John Miner, arrived this morning, and will load here. The Flora was in ou time yesterday morning and called la, bound down, in the afternoon. The schooner City of Sheboygan ar rived the morning. Youug & Co. load her with lumber. The City of Cleveland arrives on time, carries lots of freight and is popular witli the traveling public. The tug Tom Uowling came over from Detour Thursday morning towing a barge, which is loading cedar at this port. The schooner Kliza Oerlach cleared Monday with a cargo of lumber from the Cheboygan Lumber company for Chi cago. The schooner Imperial arrived at Duncan City Saturday evening, and cleared Thursday with lumber for Chi cago. The schooner C. B. Maxwell, arrived at Duncan City Tuesday, and cleared Thursday evening with lumber for Chicago. The Canadian propeller Indian and consorts (raskin and Southampton...

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

10 Train Up a Child. Aerrliii; to tho law of our land childhood lasts till majority for twenty-one years. With the ancient Israel ites, a child was not of legal age until Pm was thirty years old, and up to that iime he was "subject to his parents," and they were responsible for him. During this long period, more than a t hird of his life, the training he was to receive is thus summarized by the great Law-giver: "And these words (eom nukndmeuts, statutes and judgments), u hieh I command thee this day. shall be in tbine heart, and thou shaft teach l hem diligently to thy children, and halt talk of them when thou sittest in t hine bou.se, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up. And thou shalt bind them for a sign upon thine band, and they shall be as frontlets be tween thine eyes. And thou shalt write i lieni upon the posts of thine house, and on thy gates." It would hardly sur prise one that a child trained for thirty years in such a "way" ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

11 i hljcj kj KTHlRN TRIBUNE. JUNE 1883 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 2, 1883. There in to be a delegate convention, to meet in Chicago July 4, for the avow ed purpose of organizing new political party. The employes in the Poitofflce depart ment at Washington are in a state of uneasiness, it being reported that Post master General Gresham is going to make radical changes in his department. No appropriation having been made by Congress for the transportation of U. S. notes to the Treasury for redemption, Treasurer Wvnian has issued a circular giving notice that on and after July 1st, 1883, the government will not pay ex press charges on such remittances. President Arthur has not appointed a relative to office. In this he differs from every one of his predecessors, and in many things he continues to impress himself upon the country as one who tries to do the best he can for the inter ests of the whole country, and succeeds admirably. It is thought the bricklayers' strike in Chicago...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 June 1883

THE NORTHERJN TKIB1INE. JITNE 2. 188a Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JUNK 2. 1883. CHEBOYGAN KIATTEBS. Rev. W. O. Clark, pastor of the Baptist church, will be ordained next Wednes day. New dwellings, new business rooma, new shops, and new barns, are arising rapidly in Cheboygan. The propeller Pacific had the damages to her bulwarks repaired while they were loading her with lumber this week. Lorenzo Backus has commenced mov ing the building and shed, formerly oc cupied by Post and Van Arsdale, to make room for his new building. Musquitoes have put in an appearance and are ready to present their bills with their UHual alacrity, notwithstanding the rigorous winter. Charles Schley has severed his con nection with the Cheboygan Brewery, and has rented a room on Black River avenue, and opens a saloon to-day. The Southern Michigan Cedar and Lumber Co. is making large shipments of shingles to Sandusky, Ohio. The Ke weenaw took a lot Sunday and the At lantic unother lot Tuesday. Rapp claims to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 June 1883

I The Northern Trirune. I I Ml I i VOL. 8. ) CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1883. NO 49 Northern trirune. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER & CO. PU-BLI3HER3. Terras: $2 per year, in Advance. OPERA HOUSE, TWO NIGHTS ONLY, Wednesday, June 13. The Funniest of all Flays, Muldoon's Picnic. Frcduced by NEWELL k SCOTT'S Original Company, With Original Scenery and Properties Pre cisely aa Produced in Brooklyn and New York for over Three Hundred Con secutive Performances The oreat Trick Donkey, JERRY, and the two Comical Irishmen MV1900N AXI nULCAHBT. You'll Laugh! You'll Scream ! You'll Shriek ! Tickets on sale at Kenburjr & Cooper's. DR. M. B. CHAMPION I. DENT I STi CHEBOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. A Large Stock OF WALL PAPER DECORATIONS, &c Of the Xewpst Designs Just Re- SMYTH & GO'S JEWELERS k STATIONERS. Main St., Cheboygan, Mich. L. T. LIMPERT maker Anil Jewelry. Gold mid Silver Watches, Clocks, Sil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 9. 188.3. Northern tribune. SATURDAY., I IN Kit. 1883. In I860, when Republican's took the helm of national control, our manufac tures were valued at $1,800,000,000 which run up to 13,400,000,000 in 1870, and reached $5,300,000,000 in 1880,and is still advancing. Imports and exports have multiplied, and the products of the farm have augmented greatly. The respect given our nation by the civilized world, and our commercial standing has grown to mammoth proportions. The incuous of slavery has been struck off from our political economy and a gener al, rapid and permanent advance has been made in everything pertaining to national greatness, growth and potency, while all matters regarding the well be ing of the laboring classes, manufactur ing interests, and industrial concerns, have been fostered, strengthened and made prosperous. These facts are known to the people, and are so patent that even the enemies of Republican meas ures and rule, admit that the recor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 June 1883

TrtE NORTH KRM TRIBUNE. JUNE 0 1883. 3 i'hositliatcs as Appetizers. A lil tl knot of fanners UN dis OOMiim tlie oilier day tbfl bene (its of photpmtes. One said lie sowed ahun lrcd poumls to the acre, and he had MM wheal." Anotherhu I put plios pliate in llie lull with his corn, and he. had " tirst-rate corn. It JHTCW light long.1 Another said: " I like phot" phftte; it is guoh iO easy way to manure the land." The last man put in tlie elineher: "1 do not know, that it is so much of a manure, hut it is a good ap petizer." So is whisky. I do not believe in paying forty or fifty dollars per ton for "appetisers" for hind any more than I do m attempting to live on .stimu lants. There is enough virtue in most phosphate! to stimulate a erop at first, and cause it to start with a more rapid growth. In the same way a good drink of stimulant will give a person a brave start, but the trouble is the eil'eet is not sudieiently lasting it does not hold out. In "many eases this stimulated growth i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 June 1883

THE NOrtTHERJN TKIBUNK, JUNE 9. 1888. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 9. 1883. V use fur street sprinklers to-day. See advertisement from Naubinway for staves for flsh barrels wanted. Owen Fawcett lias engaged the Opera House for Saturday evening, June 2;Jrd. Those thinking of building should see J. E. Nichols before purchasing their lumber. See his ad. Dr. Perrin will soon add some fine specimens of stuffed fish to his collection to the taxidermist's art. Owen Murphy was added by Council Tuesday night to our night police. The appointment is a good one and will give satisfaction. I. E. DeGowin, the east side grocer, still lives and is ready to simply all with the necessaries and luxuries of life, at low prices. See his ad. The Council last Tuesday night au thorized the Committee on Public Build ings to advertise for building the hose and bell tower on the Town Hall. H. J. A. Todd has purchased of Mr. Kelsie the latter's residenee, in McAr thur, Smith & Co.'s addition, in south ...

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

I THE NOirnjliiKy TK1B1 N R J UNE 9, 1883 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JUNK 9, lHs:. As THE Ohio Republican nouiiiiatioHs are made, it is time for thi entlniHiastic Democrat, John (5. Thompson, to tele graph that the Dttinoerats havo over whelmingly carried ()hn ami have half the Democratic press glorify it, and tret up ratification meetings a though it were true. David A. WILL I lesser light; who burns for free trade said at Detroit; "God has been very bountiful to this land." Nothing could be more true, and while it is proper at all times to recog nize (iod as the source of all national success, we should not forget that He uses means that He has implanted with in every nation, the love of life and the law of self defense, and that protection is simply obeying His law that teaches us to take care of ourselves that we may holp others. How marvellous the pros perity of our country under protection. How suicidal and shameful the mad ravings of free trade that would lock the treasures ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 June 1883

Ti l E NOBTHERlN TRIBUNE, J FINE 9, 1888. 0 Northern tribune. Saving Money - Making Money SATURDAY, JI NK 0, 18HU. WORK OF THE (HPIISMOM K Ol ninn iu i ion. 1 jfiL Pino Bnrrcn ! Mmm Michigan for (IrowineSiiifni ('uiie. From the Detroit Free Press. The office of Commissioner of Immi gration for Michigan is constantly px ttmding ttie scope of Its operations, and it may now justly be regarded as one of the most important and useful depart ments of the statu government. The late Commissioner Morley did h lurge amount of effective work during hit in cumbency, and Comm ssiouer H. N. Walker administers the unlet in the spirit of a man with broad views and comprehensive prophecy, so to say, of the future of the state. A new edition of the pamphlet en titled Resources of .Michigan is in press. It contains a large amount of pertinent and ready information on all subjects likelv to specially concern persons who intend U emigrate to Michigan, and will be ready for distribution stum time in July...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 9, 188 DEALEES I XT m and She Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. JL3MO Ea-rL-ULfa-ct-o.rers of Tin,Coppei and Slieet Iron. T77"a,re. Stem Oik k Window Class, arc ware DIRECTORY. Kiusr M. K. QBUBOH. Cor. Huron and Pine streets. Rev. W, M. Campbell. Preaching 10V A. M., 1U P. M. Sabbath school at 12 M. Prayer meeting Thurs day, at IX f- M. 8T. JAMKS' K. CHURCH. South Huron street. PffHlflhlng at 1 0 A. M. 7:.40 P. M. Sabhath school at 12 m. Hev. J. H. Magoflln, Rector. INDEPENDENT CHUKCH. Opera House. Preaching at 7::W f. M. Sal bath School 12 M. R. M. Thompson, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHCRCII. Preaching 10:iW A. m., 7:150 p. m. Sahhatli school, 12 m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:40 I. M. Chas. H. Hartley, 1). I)., Pastor. st. mary's church. Cor. 5th and Church streets. Low mass s A. M., daily. High mass 10 '.g a. m. Sunday. Ves- Krs il:!$0 p. m. Sunday. Rev. Peter J. Ie Sniedt, ect...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 9, 1883. 8 Northern tribune. SATURDAY. JUNK 1888. 4'oiiiu-il Iro'ellnB. (Official) Council Rooms, Cheboygan, Mich, i Juuo 5tu, IBoB. ) The council of the village of Cheboy gan met in regular session June otli. Present -President Frost. Trustees Blake. McArthur, Humphrey, bmytli, Van Arsdale and Attorney Bell. Absent Trustee Robinson. On motion the minu es of the last meeting and special meeting held May Sd as recorded by the Clerk, wore ap proved. PETITIONS. The petition of S. LeGault, Jr., Mrs, II. A Conrad and others, for grading Back us street, and effecting some system of drainage OB said street was received and referred to the committee on streets and sidewalks. . The petition of Win. F. DePuy, Levi (iray, and others, asking that Seymour street be graded from Main street to the western village line, also that Cuyler street be graded from west Seymour street to the southern village line. Pe tition received and street commissioner instructed to grade Se...

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