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

TriE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 0. 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, JUNK P. iss:i. mawim:. The Ste. Marie was down from the Sault Monday and Wednesday nights. The propeller Burope called in Tues day, to report, hound from Montreal to Chicago. The tug Eva English tell a victim to logs in the rivr last Tuesday, hreaking her wheel. The Keweenaw arrived up Sunday morning and called in bound down in the afternoon. The Mary went to St. Ignacc Thurs day afternoon, taking over Schuiler Farrell's household effects. The schooner Barbarian arrived at Duncan Monday and cleared Thursday with a cargo of lumber for Chicago. The Goo, W. Cuylor broke her wheel on a log in the river last Monday and had to be hauled out to receive a new one. The tug Telephone, of Cleveland, ()., came into port Thursday evening. She is a handsome craft, light draft aiul is for sale. The Canadian propeller Enterprise called in yesterday morning to report, bound from Montreal to Chicago with a general cargo. The tug Clton f...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 June 1883

10 TH K NORTHERM TRIBUNE. JUNE !. 1888. Tho Polly-Dancers. When a wee bit of a child almost a baby I remember that one day ray father called me to the low table, which was just about on a level with my eyes, ami said: "Look at the Pollv-dancers!" He had brought in a reen pine-twig from the wood-pile, had cut on half a dozen brush-like little tutt.s, had trimmed their tips, and then, blowing upon them gently, had set them dancing about the table as if they were alive. They Uoated this way anil that, "each taking its own direction; and when one moved too near the edjre of the table, a light puff from his lips would send it back again. I hey seemed tome like tiny green-skirted sprites having a frolic together, and 1 wholly forgot my rag babies and my London dolls in my rap ture over the Polly-dancers. When 1 asked: Where did the roily dancers come from?" and was an swered: "From the woods," a whole new, unexplored world rose before me. There was a dark-blue outline against the sunset, ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 June 1883

1 1 n. I n r K i K K INK. wmmwtmm mrmm. nT.TsTTTP. A T . SATURDAY. JUNK 0. IHKL Keller first discovered wood grinding for pulp to manufacture paper from. The idea was suggested to him by a wasp's uesi; altogether diiTerent from our idea received from a nest of wasps. They Hre now mnnufuctuiing barrels and casks from steel. They are lighter, stronger an i Iwttet ery way than those made of wool, and bid fair to be xteusively UMd, Coopers will feel this blow. The Pittsburg iron mills accepted the new scale of wages, prevented the mani fold sufferings of a strike, and for the present bridged over the difficulty, but it is likely to break out somewhere aad somehow again. The silk industry is each year gaining in the United States, and bids fair to in crease to large proportions. The south ern states have many localities where the culture of silk will be profitably done in a few years. The Inter-Ocean has heard of a New foundland dog who has been a blear yed, bloated, shaky drunkard for t...

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

I 12 THE NOKIHE&N Tl BUNK, JUNK ft. 18ft3. NORTHEEN TRIBUNE, S VITKUAY jiTNKr m. III ItOlf.AN 'I V I I I US. .square Thanks to Mrs. A. Smith for a meal of delicious flwh. ('. W. Farr is meeting with good suc MM with Iuh steamboat ticket agenry. Capt. Kollo, formerly of the Northern Michigan Mm of .steamers, is first mate on the Saginaw alley. A bill prohibiting the sale or use of toy pistols was passed by the Legislature aud approved by the Governor. The problem of perpetual motion seems to have been solved in the star route trial, it goes on without stopping. The six inch tubing which was re ceived for the water works well, but could not be used, was shipped back on the Saginaw Valley Thursday. Lorenzo Backus is the same age as liaimun, 74 yearn, and is actively en paged every day for the good of Cheboy gan, doing more than many young men. Street Commissioner Devine intimates to us that unless certain parties look "a leedle out" he will have four brand new wagons for sale some ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

The Northern Trmwe. I VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1888. NO 50 Northern tribune. l'ititrMl at th rnstm ut Cheboygan 'licli., u Second ClmtH Matter. S ATURDAyTjCNE Id, 1883. AfROCiaUS CRIMES! A Night of Hellish Torments in. flieted by mi Infamous Monster, Who, In the Full Light of the Sun, Decoys Innocence into a Dismal Swamp and worse than Murders the Little Girl, Then Clubs and Stubs the Bleeding Form, and thinking it Dead Leaves It to Indescribe able Miseries. The Wages of Sin is Death! The People Apply the Pen alty. Over 1,000 Men Meet at the County Jail. Over 200 Resolute Fathers, Husbands and Brothers. Cheered by the People, Re move the Prisoner, TILLOTT COMSTOCK WARNER, And Hang Him to a Railroad Crossing Sign. "Come with us and we will Show you where your Papa is; he is up this Way." Warner's Defense, in His Own Words. THE OUTRAGEOUS CROCK. Nettie Lyons is a delicate, beautiful, ii telligent and attractive girl, seven 3 ars of age the 16th of last July, the uig...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TR1BUNHJ, JUNE 17, 1883. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 17 1883. IH HOI ka ik MJMTIf .1 V. It would be well if there would be a square fight in this cooutry on the tariff question, with the people thoroughly posted, and conipotent to render a ra tional verdict on the subject. The Re publican party are anxious for such a contest, and invariably, in private and public, individually and collectively, af firm the wisdom and rightfulness of a tariff that will protect our industries, save our business, enlarge our wealth, and increase our prosperity. Republi cans have convietions on the question that compel them, from principle, to urge protection, and are willing to risk a Presidential contest on the issue, as be tween tariff for protection, and tariff for revenue only, confident in a favorable re sult, but willing rather to be defeated in a good cause than assume a wrong posi tion on such a vital matter. They are assured that an abolition of the tariff Have only for reven...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

TnK NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JUNE 17. 1883. ItlMftft Latent Marvel. "May I see ilic Inventor oi the electro scope? ' The reporter u lio asked thil jiicstion stood at the door of a dingy ill-ventilated workshop in the liiili story of i building occupied exclusively by machines and model-makers. Dust and cobwebs obscured the windows ;unl clung to the corners of the room. Here and there squares of translucent paper took the place of broken panes. The tloor and the long, rough work-benches were covered with metal tilings. Coils of wire, tools and strange odds and ends of machinery were suspended from hooks in the walls. Complicated models, made up of screws, springs and cog-wheels, great and small, were to be seen on a tew shelves about the shop and on the window-sills. A "front elevation of the late (i. Wash ington, " M John Phoenix would call it, and a bust of Robert Fulton, of which some vautial had broken the nose, were the only works of art visible. The per son to whom the reporter's ques...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 16, 1883. NOKTHEEN TEIBUNE. SATURDAY, JUNE 18. 1883. ici ii i it nil tin; y AlllN CorieMunlon. June 9th, 1883. Mih. Kui has been called to the Hick bed of her fathe in Detroit. Jonathan Grant has taken a home stead on the Rainy River by the side of Lars imrsen, and expects to move on it soon. 1. M. Roberta and Rodger Brothers are. sowing oats on tne plains, ii tneso lauds prove to be productive they will all be homesteaded in short order. Last Monday morning we took a little walk of IB miles to Rogers City, so noted for its past records in Lex Don aci ipta. This little village, built on the sands of Lake Huron, is the county seat of Presque Isle county, and can now boast of a now court house. We rind here three stores and three saloons; all seem to be doing a thriving business. The board of Supervisors was in ses - sion during our visit, and we had an op portunity to meet with the various coun ty odlcers. and are nappy to say they all seemed to be sober an...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TKIB1JNK, JI NK 10. iss:. Tin-; HBWtt. The KinptTor of Austria will visit tli Emperor of Germany while the 1 : 1 1 1 r visiting (iiistciu in July. Tht British Hmhh of Lord Monday paiMd to teeond reading the bill legal ling marriage- witli a deceased wife's liter 168 to los. TIm Chinese Government baa beta reqoeatad by Chlaasa firms t kt p Ct leaiiala from eoming to British Co umbia whore, it is asserted 8,000 Chlliameil died the past year. The Joliet (ill.) city council Monday voted to muke t lie saloon licenses $1,HH) yearly, payable in advance, with prohtb ition of everything approaching a con cert bminest. Fred Douglass, heing at a meeting Of white clergymen in Boston the other day. was called on for a speech. "No." he said. "I came here merely to give col or to the occasion." General (irant tells an interviewer that we have all the territory we want, and that we do no' want Mexico, which has an opportunity to become a strong and vigorous nation. Business is duller a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

THE NOftTHERJN TUIBUNhJ. .TUNE 16. 188 . Northern tribune. Saving Money Z Making1 Money 23 37- Cabling: -Z.t tlxe , SATURDAY. JUNE 16, 1883. THE M S. Coffee is being extensively planted in Florida. Postmaster (iener al (Iresham is visit ing Indianapolis, Ind., this week. The Maryland (Jazetto claims to bo the oldest paper in the United States. The members of the Chinese legation at Washington are particularly fond of the cirens. New wheat was thrashed in Georgia a Mk before the ice went out of Moose head Lake. This season's Texan cattle drive has been immense; believed it will exceed 400.000 head. Reports from 1,000 points in the lend ing corn states show that on the whole tin condition is favorable for a large yield. Mrs. Jennie C. Carr, of Passadena, Cal, has received from the Governor the ap pointment of Silk Commissioner for that State, The longest arch of masonry now standing is that which carries the Washington aqueduct across Cabin John creek. The span is 220 feet. The first ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUTE, JUNE 16. 1883 DEALEBS x 2r Oik, k I Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley BJocks. A.lso 3dZsLri"U-fsict"CLrers of Tin,Copper sind. 3a eet lion "Ts7s7"a,re. eavy am She (Jus, mm, mm DIRECTORY. FIRST M. E, CHURCH, ('or. Huron and Phie rtreeto. Hev. w. M.' Campbell. Preachim; It)1., a. m., 7',. i m. Sabbath school t 12 kt. Prayer meeting Thuri day, at 71,, p. m. ST. J AXIS' I. CHURCH. South Huron treat PreaobJng at 10:80 a. m. 7B0 p. m. Sabbath school at 12 h. Rer. J. H. Magoffin, Rector EHHIPINDXM r CHURCH. Opera Home, Preaching at 7:80 p. m. Bab batli school 12 m. R. M. Tbaipean, Patter. CONGRJKQATIONAL ( .:''vOi!. Preaching 10:30 A. M., 7:.'d) p. m. Subbath school, 12 m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, ." p. m. elms. h. Hartley, i. n., Pastor. ST. MAKY's CHURCH. Cor. 5th and Church treats. Low mass 8 a. m., daily. High mass io; , . m. Sunday, ei pen 8:30 P. K. Sunday. Rev. Peter J. De Suiedt, Rector....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

TBjjj No K H E 1 N 'J' R I B U N K . JUNE 10, 1883. KttfiKH.N capitalists btfc mo&y to buy land by tho million acres ami lock it up after the manner that laud is kept irom the poor in Kurope. This specula tive action should be discouraged by very state having the interests of actual pettlers in view. Do everything to make it easy for the poor man to get a home. Thkrk seems to be no Jeffersonian Democrats of prominence left, as Char lottesbnrg, Va., intending to unveil the monument of Jefferson at Monticello July 4, the anniversary of bis death, making It a great occasion, but failing to get the promise of any noted persons to be present, gives up all hope. Possibly the Democrats have concluded that Jef ferson and Jackson are no longer avail able candidates, having no bar'l. Mormons expect 2.(HX) polygamous SmtiHwriintfl to be nlaced in Utah this year. Throughout Kurope the emis saries of this foul curse are industrious Jv laboring with igaorant and depraved men and women, and ar...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

Northern Tribune. SATURDA1, JUNE 16. 1883. timTCJty0f CleveIl arrived on t me Wednesday, and for once had a clear river. THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 1G, 1883 The Flora arrived up on time yeflter ay morning and called in going down in the atteruoon. The schooner T. . Avery arrived yesterday, and J. E. Nichols is loading er with lumber. -The Keweenaw arrived up on time Biiimay, and sailed in, hound down, 'luring me afternoon. The Atlantic arrived up Tuesday forenoon, and called in about nine o'clock that night, bound down. -The steam yacht Mary took a num ber of passengers ever to Algoma Mills last Sunday, returning Monday. The Vau Raalte has no trouble in making her run or. the Sault route, ar riving at each destination in good season. The Algomah will remain in dry dock at Detroit until ihe latter part of next week. She is receiving new and strongee steel plating. The schooner Flying Cloud arrived yesterday morning and is loading lum ber for Chicago from the Cheboygan Lumber Company'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

in T! IE NORIHERNTRfRirNM .TUNE 17. LXS3. - air. -H.vo so Cu treat Tories, Mr. Bdgtr wye, more widely and f.-iiniiiarlv known "BUI Nrs," Of 1st Laramie Boomerang, is spending Mm wuc-k with relatirea in Bnglewooa! A repr entatlre of Um InUr f:ui paid a visit to Mr. Nc last trenlnf, andfound liim t'n;:avd in a game of wl.ist with his OOUUM. "I should like to interview you, Mr. Sjjy." said the reporter. The tunny man of the Hoomrrang pulled his long blonde mustache gently and tenderly, ppried one of its ends up around his nose, ami remarked, with ft ;iiiet gleam in his hazel eye: "I'm wrvy I didn't know you were coming, i should have had my teeth filed, and would have written you out an later view, questions and all correct." "What is your opinion of interview ing?" "That depends upon the interviewed. 1 like and respect newspaper men. I MB a newspaper man myself. Joseph ook says wc 'ought to be bung,' and Freddie Geldiaidt says we are 'scala wags.' Now 1 think Joe and Freddie are great...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 17, 1883 11 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNK IT. 1883. Tin-; VBWS. Gen. Freeman has returned to New York to live. The Czar has nearly a quater of a col umn of titles. Six thousand men are ready to embark at Toulon, France, for Tonquin. Mississippi crops and live stock suffer ing from long continued drought. Less than 840 milew of track remain to be laid to complete the northern Pacific main line. Floiida believes in a rotation of crops. Yankee boarders and oranges are the leading products. The widow of (Jen. George H. Thomas is about buying a house in Washington, and will make that city her home. Nearly 1,000 physicians were in atten dance at the meeting of the American medical association in Cleveland last week. Heavy snowstorm throughout Colorado Friday of last week. "Go west, voting man," if you want to get snowed under in summer. The Illinois house has passed the high license bill-beer $150 and distilled spirits $500 -and the Senate will un doubtedly f...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 June 1883

19 THE) NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 16, 1883. Northehx Tribune. SATURDAY, JI NK 1C. J.S8S. (Continued From First Page.) ireine rear point of luv.d to tortbtld Hi inches, from extreme rear point of head to cliiii '17 inches, from hair to chin . ! , inches, wiiith of lowtr jaw, Ktftk, 16 in.; hust, 35 in.; ritrli t arm at InMrtlM of do Hold muscle. 12.; left arm 11 In; thigh, 19 In.; calf of right log IS. TM I'WSONKR INTERVIEWED. BtllNtll tlM hours of half past two anil half past live Thursday, a TUBUMI reporter spent the entire time in inter viewing the prisoner Warner, of which the following is a verbatim report: Reporter: i represent a newspaper published in this place, and having heard many rumors in regard to your guilt, I desire your defense, or the explanation of your innocence from your own lips. If you grant tint request it will be publish od in full, and you can have the be tut At of it. You can grant the request or re fuse it. Prisoner (cheerfully): Yes, sir, I am f lad you call...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 June 1883

The Northern Tribune. VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1883. NO 51 Northern tribune. PUBLISHED EVKRY SATURDAY. W. CHANDLER & CO. PU-BLI3HEES. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTI STi CHE ItOVG AN Teoth Extracted without pain. Office, Mtiin street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. L. T. L1MPERT And Jewelry. Gold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Gold Jewelry, Gold Chains, Bracelets. Spectacles And Eyeglasses. ALL KINDS Of R EPA Neatly and Promptly Done. L. T. LIMPERT, Central Drug Store. T.A.Perrin.M.D. C. A. Perrin. M. D. PBRRI1T BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drur Store, Main Strbet, CHEBOYGAN, M CHEBOYGAN Dili SIII LOUIS A. PARCELLE, Prop., Dealer in Druggist's Sundries. A Full Stock or Fresh Drugs, Pure and Choice. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, at all hours, day or night. TOILET GOODS In Great Variety. Choice Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Etc., Etc. Everything to be found In n flrst-elasa drug store, on hand. Incl...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 June 1883

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, JUNE 23, 1883. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. JUNE 23, 1883. THE GLORY OF CHEBOYGAN. A Genuine Palladium of Power. A Common Fountain of Golden Wisdom from which the Poorest Child, And whosoever will, may Freely drink and be Enriched Forever. Hundreds of Thirsty Children Daily Re ceding the Saving Streams of Knowl edge from our Schools.) Interesting" A.cco"Ujn.t The first regular school, governed by a regular board of trustees, occupied the building lately changed into a sa loon by Mr. John Becker. The demand for more room not being necessary, this building was all that was required for some time. The next change was made to the building lately occupied by Post & VanArsdale, and belonging to Mr. Backus. This was comfortably prepared for school work, and from the marginal notes placed in the Record by Director Sammons one would infer that he had a troublesome task in the selection of efficient teachers. Opposite one teacher's name we find the criticism "Better s...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 June 1883

THE NOUTI I KKN TRIBUNE. JUNE 23. 1883 3 Handwork and lieadwork. It is univorsally Admitted that the world has never witnessed more pro gress In the way of Improved machinery than is now being used. It is the pride of great manufacturing establishments that the machinery which they use is so improved and perfected that it is within the possibilities for them to make any produet desired by their use. While it is claimed that the work turned out by these improved machines is very su perior and cheaper to the consumer, none can fail to observe the very great consideration held for handwork. There is a principle underlying this which has perhaps escaped the attention of the oaraal observer. Handwork is always recommended for the sake of the work that is, for its value; and for the sake of the workers that is, for the fair and steady remuneration which it ields him. Beyond these very visible advan tages we seldom look ; nevertheless, there is a good effect in the discipline and training ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 June 1883

THtt NORTHERN TKIB1TNE, JUNE 23. 1883. NOKTHERN TKIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 23. 1883. LYNCH I, AW. On perming the columns of our ex changes for the past week we find more or less comment, some favorable and a very few unfavorable, to the course taken by our citizens in dealing with the rape fiend, Til Warner. We attempted in last week's issue to give a detailed statement of the horrible crime committed by War ner, and the swift and effective course taken by our citizens in dealing with him, so that he should not again perpe trate the same or similar outrages on this or other communities. We did not attempt to uphold the course taken by our citizens, but left it to each reader to form his own conclu sions from the facts. While we cannot say that we uphold lynch law in this or any other case, and sincerely deplore the occasion that drove our citizens in their frenzy to the com mission of this act, yet we have no tears to shed for Til Warner or those who sympathize with such crimes as he c...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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