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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 April 1881

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rr SATURDAY, APRIL 20 1881 cco5tixabllatios. : Now the spoony rural lover , Round the moonlit path doth hover, i That his girl he may discover f At the gate, gate, gate, " , Siiarp at half past eight lie meets her, And in ecstasy he greets her, And to ices later treats her -Lover's bait, bait, bait. And they swing upon that gate Till the hour's pretty late. -' Lots of sentimental chinning While he hangs, hangs, hangs, , . , i f iyer the gate, the maiden winning; . While he feels against his face , -Bits of lace, lace, lace. And the more divine sensations of her bangs, bangs, bangs. - r And he e'en forgets her freckles . While he dreams about her shekels, i i And he vows her Grecian nose . ; Is a rose, rose, rose, And each eye a dreamy pansy, Anil lior lrv nwminanev. Ahd then appears her father with his boot, loot - boot: - I i I i j , As swift as any lapwing; i ' , i Just watch that spoony chap wing Down the opalescent lane Uk a western hurricane. While the owls in...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 April 1881

A. FEXER, Watchmaker & Jeweler AGENT FOB THE Rockford Watch Co's Celebrated Quick - Train Watches; AND THE Johnston Optical Co's Patent Easy-Fitting Spec's & Eye Glasses. DEALER IN WATCHES. CLOCKS & JEWELS7, MA1N ST. OPP. POST OFFICE. -EASTER CARDS.- MAGAZINES FOR APIRL. YONUG LADIES JOURNAL. THE "ATLANTIC," "HARrER" AND "SCRIBNER." TLEASANTHOURS.' THE AUTOMATIC INK PENCIL NOYES' DICTIONARY HOLDER. PRATT'S "BEVEL POINT" PEN, 31 ARK TWAIN'S SCRAP BOOKS. THE "LIBRARIES." THE HOME COOK BOOK. FOR SALE BY A. L. FEXER, Hevdealer, BookseI!e7Stationer; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. tW A general line' of Leading Period icals, Books, Stationery. Wall Papers, &c, kept constantly on hand. tlT Any Periodicals, Books, &c, not in stock; Also Sheet Music & Books, supplied on short notice, at regular prices. ZW Subscriptions taken for all the leading Periodicals, at Publisher's Price. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Entered at the Postofice at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. APR...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 May 1881

.', ....... vn . .sfi&&s f C A hi At-.' r . ' VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 71881. NO 44 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLlSUfcD EVfcRr SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN1, MICHIGAN. i TERMS OF SUBSRIPTION: one copy, one year, - - 12 90 Ouecipy, six months. - - - -100 nnanADT. three month. - - - .50 ' Rates of Advertising : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil o ess), tor one insertion. 25 eents ; one Inch space rone insertion. 50 ten u; "tor each additiona aeH.oneinsertion.ftOeents. ' ' For ubsequent insertions, or a larger space, srices will Ke srtrenatthe office. Curds in Business Directory, five lines or on d it $3 per year; each additional line $1 per e-r. , . . . nOUMPIIllET ft PEUKISS, COUNSELORS AT LAW, noltl Cheboysan. Mich 0 1A.8S MOUSE. Corner of Third and Water Sts., Cheboygan, Mich. . ALBERT Le OAULT. Proprietor. Good Board Good Rooms Reasonable ' Prices. 19Juiy "fyEDARD METIVIEK, COUNTY CLERK REGISTER OF DEEDS Office hoars rom o'cloea A. M- to 12 M , and from 1 o'cl...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 May 1881

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. filtered at the FoatoQee at Cheboygan Mich,, as Second Claw Matter. SATURDAY. MAY 7, 1881. EDITORIAL NOTES. England and the other European powers object to the Russian proposal for a conference on the refugee ques tion. ' The planters of Louisiana and Missis sippi are said to be resorting to force to keep the colored laborers from migra ting, and when they do escape, pursuing them and bringing them back, as was the custom in ante-bellum days. During artillery practice on board the training-shp Mars, at Wilhelmsharen, a German station on the North Sea, a shell burst while the gun was being loaded Eight men were killed and sixteen wounded. A ferry-boat seat out from Nebraska City, Neb, rescued nearly four hundred people who had been surrounded by water for several days nearly drowned out and almost starred. : They were lodged in the public buildings, and pro vided with food. In the British House of Commons the Conservatives gave notice of an amend ment to the land bi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 May 1881

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 7. 1881. IF I COULD KEEP II C!l SO. Just a littl hnhv. lvlntr In inv arms. Would that I could keep you with your baby charms; , TTftlnloan. rlimrinw finders: downj, polden hair. Vhere the sunshine lingers, caught from other where '"' Blue eyes asking questions, lips that cannot spealc, Roly-polT shoulders, dimple in your cheek; Painty little blossom in a world of woe; Thus I fain would keep you, for I love you so. Roguish little damsel, scarcely six years old Feet that never weary, hair of deeper gold; Restless, busy fingers, all the time at play, Tonsrue that never ceases talking all the dar: Blue eyes learning wonders of the world alxut. Have come to tell you them what an eager shout! Winsome little damsel, all the neighbors k '.ow; Tims I long to keep you, for I love you so. Sober little school girl, with your strap of books. , . , . And such grave importance' in her puzzled looks - , - - - Solving weary problems pouring over sums, : Yet with tooth...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 May 1881

A. FEU Eli, Watchmaker &, Jeweler AGENT FOR THE Rockford Watch Co't Celebrated Quick - Train Watches; 1 VTk TJJV Johnston Optical Co's Patent Easy-Fitting Spec's Eye Glasses, DEALER IN . WATCHES, CLOCSS & JEWELRY MAIN ST. OPP. POST OFFICE. TO THE PUBLIC ! Our New Stock of WALL PAPERS ! Has 'Arrived, and will be opened on MONDAY, MAY 9. A. L. FEXER, HewdealefjBooheller&Slaliooen OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Entered at the Fostofiee at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. MAY 7, 1831. TOW TALK. Have you caught any brook trout? Nearly all the vessels wintering at this port have departed. Vegetables from the "outside" put in their appearance this week. Business has been quite lively in the harbor this week, reminding one of old times. . The crew t)f the schooner C. A. King arrived by stage from Petoskey Wednes day evening. Capt. Bouchard of the Van Raalte help ed out some of our dealers by bringing over from Mackinac a supply of flour, butter &c....

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 May 1881

.a. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1881 NO 45 ft 1 i i j n ii S 3 i) NORTHERN TRIBUNE. fUBf.lsfrfc.D EVfcKT 5 AT USD AT BT ... CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. . , TERMS OF -SUB3RIPTION: ' ne copy, one year, - - 12 00 OnRtnv. six months, - - - -100 loecopy,three months. - . " --50 Rates of .Advertising r ue half lach anaca Ulx lines Of on pare! J o e0, lor one Insertion. ?3 cents ; one men space rone insertion, 50 cents: tor each additiona nc.h. nan i nsnrtion. 50centS. v Korahsequent insertions. or a larger space, orice wllli.ejrivenaiineouic. -ivAnikfn Buaineas Directory. live lines or an dsriiper year; each additional line tl per eir. ...... -pgP.TIPHttEY PEUKIXS, COUNSELORS AT LAW, nottl Cheboyean. Mich C 1AS9 HOUSE, Corner of Third and "Water St3M Cheboygan, Mich. AtBERT Lo OArr.T, Proprietor. Good Board Good Rooms Reasonable Prices. 19july EDARD METIVIEK. COUKTT CLERK A REGISTER OF DEEDS Office hours rrom 9 o'clocs A. M. to 12 M , and from 1 o'clock .M. to 4 P. M, for entering and re eordin...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 May 1881

tfMDTUlPDW TDTDTTMl? Entered at the Postotdee at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1881. EDITORIAL NOTES. In 18G0 there were four Presidential tickets. Of the eight candidates, Han niable Hamlin alone is living. The world's fair in New York for 1883 has been practically abandoned. The money contributed will be returned i6 the donors. In 1872 English manufactures expor ted to the United States carpets to the value of 1,619,511.' In 1879 the trade had fallen to 565,401. Five directors of the def unt First Na tional Bank of Newark, N. J., hare been indicted for conspiracy and aiding in the falsification of the books and reports of the bank. Between the 1st of January and the 1st of April $4,472,371 of silver was sent to foreign countries, but it went as bullion, at its value of about 87 cents to the coined dollar. : ' - The treasury officials think that fully $100,000,000 of the maturing six per cent, bends will continued as 3K per cents., and only about $15,00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 May 1881

NORTHERN .TRIBUNE. . SATURDAY. MAY 14. 1881. AT EVENING. ITnnn the hUln th wind U sharn &nd cold. The sweet young grasses wither on the wold. And we, O Lord, hare wandered from thy fold; . T)tit Arsnino hrinira lis hnmft. Among the mists we stumble, and the rocks, Where the brown lichen whitens, and the fox Watches the straggler from the scattered flocks; But evening Dnngs us nome. ; The sharp thorns pick us, and our tender feet Are cut and bleeding, and the lambs repeat Their pitiful complaints O, rest Is sweet, ; "When evening brings us home. We have been wounded by the hunter's" darts, Our eyes are very heavy, and our hearts Search for thy coming when the light departs, At evening, brings us home! The darkness gathers. Through the gloom no star Rises to guide us. We have wandered far, Without thy lamp we know not where we are-7 At evening brings us nomei The clouds are round us, and the snow-drifts thicken. - - '? ' O, Thou, dear Shepherd, leaves us not to sicken in me waste ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 May 1881

A. PEXER, Watchmaker & Jeweler AGENT FOB THE Rockford Watch Co' Celebrated Quick - Train Watches; AND THE Johnston Optical Co's Patent Easy-Fitting Spec's Eye Glasses, DEALEBIN WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELSY, MAIN ST. OPP. POST OFFICE. NEW GOODS! BO OKS! STATIONETTl ; WALL PAPERS ! BORDERS! &c , &c, &c, JUST RECEIVED A. L. PEXER, Hewdealer, Bookseller Statfoner; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntercd at the PostoBce t Cheboyxsi Mich., mm Second Class Matter. . SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1881. TOWN TALK. The states for the line of the eight feat sidewalks haye been set along Main street. Call at Nelson & Bullen's. and look OTer their stock of new goods, just re ceded. P. Sullivan commenced making brick last Monday and expects to burn a kiln of 200.COO next month. Capt. Eirtland selected the lamps that are nsed for the light on the pile at the entrance of the harbor. Yonng & Co.'s saw mill, at the forks of the river, has been, sawing for a couple of weeks and do...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 May 1881

.J. V 1 U . i ' ; . . - , jcx superior V a ' '' ;;V. ' :': vl :-Mi?:;,,':: i-.i ?! Ij (i h i ! ; ; . : ; M . v . ; 1 ; . ' ' ' . . , i OL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1881: NO 46 .... A. FEXER, v. Watchmaker 'Jeweler .' ) .! 1 AGENT FOR THE ; ; '' Rockford -Watch Co's Celebrated Quick - Train Watches; AND THE Johnston Optical Co's Patent Easy-Fittiog Spec's Eye Glasses t)EALER IN ' " WATCHES, CLOOES-JZWELEY, MAIN ST. OPP. POST OFFICE. NEW GOODS! BOOKS ! STA.TIONETY! "WALL PAPERS ! BORDERS ! &c, &c, &c, JUST RECEIVED A. L. FEXER, llewdealef, Boohellertationer; opposite post office. H U.TCPIIUEY Si PERKINS, COUNSELORS AT LAW, noltf Chehovean. Mich (J 1ASS HOUSE, Corner of Third and Water Sta., Cheboygan, Mich. : ALBERT Le GAULT, Proprietor. Good Board Good Rooms Seasonable Prices. 19july M EDARD METIVIER, COUNTY CLERK ft REGISTER OF DEEDS Office hoar from 9 o'clocc A. M. to 12 M , and from 1 o'clock P.M. to 4 P. M, for entering and re ordin ' d Aa or other instrument, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 May 1881

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at the Postofice at Cheboygan Mich,, as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. MAY 21, 1881. EDITORIAL NOTES. Phenomenally hot weather for May was reported throughout Canada last week. A Maryland judge would not permit Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood, the female law yer of Washington, to appear in his court. Missouri has just adopted a marriage license law'. ' The state has hitherto been a Gretna Green for lovers in " Iowa and Illinois. - ;: ;:-:. The gross earnings for April, 1881, of forty-two railroads amount to $12,285,494 For the same month last year they were $9,919,224. ; V ;': , ..' . Secretary WiNDOii, Thursday of last week, received 6 per cent bonds, for con tinuance at 2 per cent, amounting to $143,081,950. , ,.": General Grant has signed a new contract with the Mexican Government embracing extensions of the Mexican Southern Railroad. There are about seventeen thousand locomotives ruaning on the railroads of the United States, and five hundred thousands cars of a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 May 1881

! NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 21. 1881. I.IFL Tb followia? remarkable compilation is a contribution to the San Fransisco. Times from the pen of Mrs. H. A. Demin?. The reader will notice that each line is a quotation from some of the standard authors of England and America. This is the result tf a year's labor ious search among the leading poets of the past and present time: "Why all this toil for triumphs of an hour? : r -- . r- Younjj. -life's a 9hort summer, man a flower. - - - -r-Dr. Johnson. . By turns we catch the vital breath and die Pope. The cradle ani tomb, alas, so nigh. Prior. - To be, Is better far than not to be, SewelL Thouzh all man's life may seem a tragedy; Spencer. But light cares speak when mighty griefs are ' dumb, i jr"??'-; i, in , ! ! : r . , : DanielL The bottom is but shallow whence thoy come. i j- . v Raleigh. Your fate is W the common fate of all; Longfellow. Unmingled joys here to no man hefalL , . Southwell. -Nature to each allots his proper sphere; ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 May 1881

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. TOUT Entered t the Postofice t Cheboygan - Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1881. TOWH TALK. Businesss of all kinds is booming and merchants are smiling. - Adopted their style of programme that is unadulterated richness, for yon. II. C. Smith, of Petoskey, has contract ed to carry the mail between Cheboygan and Petoskey. The masons are at work tearing down and rebuilding the - foundation for Kesseler's new block. YillagelClerk Lyons rejoices over the the advent of a new daughter who put in an appearance last Tuesday. Henry Amiott is rebuilding two light ers for McArthurmith & Co., and is building a new one for his own use. Quay's shingle mill started up last Week anil wnTHner HnvaaafnlW nt. ting out from 16,000 to 20,000 shingles each day. Last Monday Charles Hart picked up a large anchor off Bois Blance island. It was in only about six feet of water. There was no chain attached. Win. Hes3 is overhauling the old boiler from the tug Eva English a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 May 1881

iKE SUPERIOR 5..i. . r . M A D A vw jr.-. . i:;i;iffi 'r i- a. As, ill - ' VOL. 6. . QHEBOTGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1881. V --HV J - ft;. -W ni hsai fell -i tJf A- . . . v; Geowueu T.OWNHALL ONE WEEK,. ; Cc7j:r.c:r,g,Mqnday, May 30th, 4 First appearance ot the Widow Bedott Comedy Co .U'i i it i i.i lvJ vi i ki . U "Who will appear during the week in the fol . ., lowing repertoire of plays; . j .rt I Hi r 1 1 -.J initial L. j .-: . i L . ; ; ' i v : i . ' ' TICKITT OF LEATE , TRAYELlERS of BAGDAD, LOVE IN HUMBLE LIFE, THE ORPHAK SISTiniS; ' 1 " ' ' 5llEVO!iAN oftliePEOPlk POPULAR PRICES. Reserred Seats at Weed's Drug store. . 1A.SS HOUSE, Corner of Third and Water St& Cheboyyan, Mich. ALBERT Le OAULT, Proprietor, Good Board -Good Rooms Reasonable i Prices. - - wjuly EDARD METIVIER, OOCSTT CLERK 4 REGISTER OF DEEDS Ot!lca ioar trom 9 o'eliK A. M. to 12 M , and from 1 o'liiock.M. to 4 P. M, for entering and re eordin d o otctr instruments, to be paid fir when the lime is left for rec...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 May 1881

Kntered at the PostoBce at Cheboygan "ltu-i secona Class Matter. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1881. EDITORIAL NOTES. QOOd. T van Wn in k ji.t.!.i . C6 rOnrARAnt.a ond kaM .1 . . neighbor and friend. He has been twice iiSta assembly, six times a icpicacuiauve in con gress, three times elected county judge ouu ciri l i iri 14 nnrin of publiclif e that he haTtried 5 S tL,?0 ,,!letfion his constituency, lJprtiltleaU?W,08ed tohim. hs ever and nlnrnva trinmn)..ni- -t" him. fADDlansfi.1 Whnav... C7 The liquor tax bill, published in the PSSiialSSSStSS Tribune last week, has been signed by ?itma,0?Jiet and th confidence of the uuveruor jerome ana Is now a law I it J V--V 1U ms mn mieg- waiaw- nty has borne him horn fire to ten tho5- v t jvh o.uw immigrants arrived at New tTTi. T m eaca instance. York in one day.the latter part of last n week, and It is estimated that the ar rivals during this month will a ih entire arrivals during either of the years of 1875 or 1877. national convention sinr t.h phmi ....

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 May 1881

NORTHERN-JTRIBDNE. SATURDAY. MAY 28. 18S1. OUR QUEER LODGER. "We kept a little variety shop, sister Margie and T, the profit of which was quite as small as the wares we sold. But then we had no rent to pay; owning the brown, old-fashioned house in which we lived, and which looked strangely out of place amonsf the stateiy-iooKing, modern dwellings that crowded tip against it on either side, quite putting it out of coun tenance by their superior height and ap pearance. Grandfather built; it when the place was new ana ne an old manand when all that brick and mortar were verdant fields and wellrkept garden, dotted here ana uiere by houses as low and modern nis own.- lie ownea a large iarra auu was considered to be a wealthy man in those days: but acre after acre had been sold until nothing was left except the house in which, my father was born, and which' was the ' only inheritance of his children. But we made the most of it, Margie and I. as you will see. I hardly think we should have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 May 1881

A.EEXER, Watchmaker & Jeweler AGENT FOR THE Rockford Watch Co's Celebrated auick - Train .Watches; AND THE 'Johnston Optical Co's Patent Easy Fitting Spec's & Eye Glasses, DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY, MAIN ST. OPP. POST OFFICE. NEW GOODS! . BOO K S ! STATIONETY! WALL PAPERS ! -BORDERS ! &c, Sec., &c, JUST RECEIVED A. L. FEXER, Hewdealer, BooksellerStation er; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Entered at the Postofice at Chebojrga Mick., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1881. TOWIV TALK. Dr. Perrin's new building is approach ing completion. . . Fishing is reported very fine sport in onr inland waters, fish appearing to be more plentiful than ever before. Frazer & Brown's law office Is nearly completed. They will have as nice a suit of rooms as any one in town. A force is at work excavating the .the cellar for Mrs. Bennets new business block, south of Dr. Gerow's drug store. We learn from Capt. Bouchard, of the Van Raalte, that S. C. Hall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 June 1881

- Y VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY JUNE 4, 1881. ' NO 47 1 S TO SB -- Ths Largest Stock of .- ; FAHCY GOODS AMD HOVELTIES , ; Ever Brought to Cheboygan, at SAM BAY'S NEW STORE, First Door East of Bridge on Third . Street. CALL ui HAM GOODS ui EEI FR!CS. pjUMPHttEr PERKINS, COUNSELORS AT LAW, noltf " Cheboyean. Mich 0 HOUSE, Corner of Third and "Water St&, Cheboygan Mich. ALBERT I GAULT. Proprietor. Good Board Good Rooms .Reasonable Prices. 19july M EDARD METIVIEK, COUNTY CLERK REGISTER OF DESD8 Office hnura Irom 9 o'cloc A. M. to 12 M , and from 1 o'clock P.M. to 4 P. M, for entering and re cording deeds or otherlnstramenta,tobe paid for when the same la left for record. 4jn7u pEOKGEB-FROST, ATTOBNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, CHEBOYGAN. MICH. 5,000 Acres of first class farming lands in Cheboygan county for sale. tnov3m O HEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. TOE. HABINE AND LIFE. Home, lire, of N.Y., assets f 8,860.505 00 Manhattan, Fire, of N. YM assets.. 826,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, asse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 June 1881

NORTHERN TRIBUNE.1 Entered at the Postofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. JUNE 4, 1881. EDITORIAL NOTES. General Grants railroad contract -has been approved by the Mexican Sen ate. He is now en route for the states. An effort is being made to connect the name of Secretary Blaine with the star route ring. It is believed to be unjusti fiable. - - The Cornell crew will not be allowed to row in the Ilenley Royal Regatta be cause they did not make entry for it on or before March 1. ; - Michigander has laid him out. Proceed ing with his speech. Horr. counseling harmony, said that the big river and the Hennepin canal must not be too hard on the men who wanted to improve the smaller streams, because, said he. you must remember we are trying to make a stream where there ain't any water at all. He plead for moderation, . urged Dusmess dispatcn, counseled harmony, and predicted that before the close of the convention the men of Keokuk, Burling ton and Davenport could m...

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