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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 September 1882

1 The Northern Tribune. VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. NO ? Northern Tribune. PUUMs:iK! T1B1 s ri'UDAY. V. OtUQUn. I1 I HUNT. C. 8. RAMS.VY. W. CHANDLER & CO., Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! HK KOYGAN Teeth Extracted without pain. Office, Muln street, opposite Post & Van Arsdale's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Perrin. M. D. j EIIiT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Drug Store, Main Stkket, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan J . H. DOV6LAM. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR, Office at rosidence on Third St. fob25-lm CHEBOYGAN, M It II. AMERIAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. HKBOYGAN, - M II THIS House is so situated that It commands tho best view of the Harbor to be obtai li ed iu town. Hilllurd room in Connection. The bar ts stocked with the lu st brands and tho unrest variety of liquors to bo found in town. Terms, 1.50 per week, or f 1 per day. First door oast side of the brtd 1 TJuly-tf GEO. W. HELL. OSCAR ADAMS. BELL Sc -ZD-lS, ATTORNE...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 September 1882

THE NOETHERM TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. NuKTHEKN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1882. HE PUBLIC A It STATE i'O.M V E.VI'IO.V A Hepublloan state oonvontion to nominate state officers and for tbe transaction of other business, will be bold at the opera house In the village of Kalamazoo, on Wednesday, August HO. 18tU,at 11 o'clock A. M. In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Hapips, May 10, 1878, every county will be entitled to one delegate for each 500 of the total vote oast for governor at the last state election (in 1880) and one additional dele gate for every fraction of 300 votes, but each organized county shall be entitled to at loast one delegate. Uuder a resolution of 1858 no delegate will be entitled to a seat in the convention who doos not reside in the county ho proposes to represent. In accordance with a resolution adopted at Detroit, June SSI, 1880, the secretary of each county contention is requested to forward to the secretary of the state central committee,...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 September 1882

xiE NORTH FCR1S1 TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. Northern Tktbune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,1882. urniture I TAR OH! MI I.TKAW I nutl ll lis M.tiufat'(.ni' anil hM Thoie c;ui be no question tint straw lumber is admirably adapted to many kinds of finishing woik, burre's, table and counter tops, flue doors, and orna mental work; and we are axsi'reu that it can ie produced and sold in OCMB Mtion with wide walnut, .il P.bOttt on half the price of thu latter, The stand ard in inufa lure is in widths of 38 inches a length of 12 feet and a thickness cor responding to that of surfaced boards. These dimensions may be varied to suit such orders as may be given, and em brace apy width, length, or thickness. Unlike lumber, however, the narrow widths are the most costly. The struw lumber may be ripped with a hand saw or the buzz-saw; may bo run through a sticker for the manufacture of mould ings, and takes a nail or a screw about as well as oak. It may be finished with paint or varnish and is susceptib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 September 1882

THE NOKTHBRN TRIBUNE;, SEPTEMBER 2. 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1882. Umrlna Matters. Business has boon quite lively In the harbor this week. The St. Paul called in Monday fore noon bound for Chicago. The Oneida was in bound for Chica go Wednesday forenoon. The schooer Ann Maria cleared for Chicago Wednesday, with lumber, The propeller Celtic was iu Sunday afteruoou, bound fron Chicago to Mon treal. The tug Champion was in port Thursday night. She was looking after a tow. The tugC. E. Pendell was hauled out at the ship yard Thursday, to receive a new shaft. The schoonir Grantham arrived last Saturday after a cargo of timber fot Kingston, Outario. The tug New Era called in Tuesday after fuel. She had a tow of barges and was bound for Alpena. The Lawrence arrived Jest Sail da" and left ct 8 o'clock that evening for Chicago and way ports. The schooner Evra Fuller arrived Tuesday afternoon, loaded lumber and leaves to-day for Chicago. The schooner Hattie Hutt arrived ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 September 1882

THE NOKTHKRN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 2, 1882 DEALERS X 2ST ; Sera, Paints, Oik, k, Window Glass, Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. A-ls adtaavufifcOtVLxex of Tin, Copper girLd. Sleet Xron. "Wa,ze, m Hardware, Detail leavy m Northern Tribune, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1882. l'crMonnl. Thos. Crow, formerly of Duncan City, was around shaking hands with his fnonds yesterday. Samuel BOOOf of Alpena father of W. G. and Angus Boggs spent several days in the village this week. Mrs. J. H. Waterman arrived home last week. She was accompanied hy her daughter, Mi s. Freeman. C. B. GI' -v piesii'.ent of the Lake Shore Trotting and Running Association and Mr Taylor of Alpena were up here attending the races, Geo. L. Colwell, of Harrisyille, and Win. Colwell, of the Chicago Lumber Co.'s business at Manistique arrived on the Van Raalte last evening, Capt. S. B. 8MjM0M9 and family, were upon the Atlantic this week. He epresess h...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 September 1882

6 THE NORTHEKN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 2. 1882. Nobthern Tribune. SATURDAI, SEPTEMBER 2. 1882. til! Nye on i Mulariuim ITJormoii. Laramie Boomerang. Our e8teeuied Mormon conteniporv says: It is often charged that the "Mormons'' are under bondage to their leaders. The truth ia that there is if aiiything to much laxity of discipline amoug us. The lines are very loose. This is true. We have heard little re marks going around through our best circles to the effect that in the Mormon church there was too much laxity and that the lines were too loose. This is the state of affairs that is bound to exist in a society where a man lias a different sized corset hanging on each of his bed posts, and a new style in each chair in his boudoir and is proud of it. We hope we may be pardoned for speaking with some degree of frsedou of the condition of affairs in ion, because our mission on earth is to make men better. That is why we burn the midnight cigar and poiut our wormwood soaked pen at sin wherever...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 2, 1882 NOBTHERN TlllBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, .881 Lieutenant V tA 'bM'tlwt WiWD4 ''' d. Down 'ii tl e ilei' p ii ook bj u ly: When a'l o' a stu'imn i on ivtv'' M 'oa'9 (Uiueuoaw Ui i le. ?B j'p Ciy. 1 he fl(K() ! Ue flood 1 we e the aw -'wo 'n Thai fi'Uxl Mac ' w'Mid e " ., For f'e flood Im e ilowt o il a ;a ': u - A id MacA "or one hro ed yt c's ..way. Ieutanaoi, I we'ves w;s sn w''"e a sloet And 4 -1 t Oi e pr eu wMi fi'gbt' "Tbole"si t'.V e e : i ''iai eo' 'tOOJTC '6d 'Wh't'h i .e-tood w 'bi9rl0'W0r oui ',ri'i ' And B va l '"ey cf 'eu on the cod of war; In va'n UmltO0 Md "ie PVOfOOC I'.'i Tti tent weiu down i ie seei.:lit: 'oam; MacAi.eiK one inad ed yanls aw.1'. MacA'i'iur krew wlat f' e nio;v:,"r meant And le yrr-'icd asiUJe of a bar oh luck; ' Ob hi t6 f 'i'f. It'Mlii' into ie Hood "To save my : eao e 00 itifo and ii'cL! ' These we e t:e wo ost'-e bo'die s bMd Hie irMant eWel o ,'e ho .o say; The lent went me "y tlomV'nj oJi MacA i' lK ff'f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 September 1882

I 8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 2. 1882. K ortjiekn Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. A disagroouble northeaster Thursday, and a very wet one at that. The Hteanibarge Baldwin and tow made room on McArthur, Smith & Co. 'a dock for several days' sawing of their mill. How about that subscription for rais ing a fuud to purchase uniforms for the Cheboygan baud. Let some one start the movement, several are waiting to subscribe. Last Monday a little daughter of N. Hudson fell down stairs and broke her arm. lr Bowes was called, set the arm, and made the little sulferer as comfort able us possible. G. P. Langdon is selling large quanti ties of grain as far south on the rail road as (iaylord. Parties from the latter place claiming they can get their grain cheaper by buying here than at any other point. The regatta at Mackinac was a failure Wednesday for lack of wind. Thursday there was most too much breeze, but the rain prevented a race. It is reported that some thirty different c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 September 1882

p ! The Northeen Tribune. v VOL. 8. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1882. NO 10 Northern Tribune. PUBLISHED BV1RT SATURDAY. W. CHANDLEll. C. J. HUNT. C. 8. RAMSAY. W. CHANDLER & CO., PU"BLI3HEES. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION DENTIST! CHEBOYGAN Tooth Extracted without pain. Office, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdnlo's. T. A. Porrin, M. D. C. A. Perrin. M. D. IFEilST BEOS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. Office in Peoples' Druir Store, ' Main Street, Jan CHEBOYGAN, M J- S. II)I(,I.VSS. DEPUTY CO. SURVEYOR. Offico ut ro9idonco on Third St. MMMM CHEBOYOAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. HKBOYGAN, - M II THIS House is so situated that It commands the best view of the Harbor to be obtain ed in town. Milliard room in connection. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the arrest variety of liquors to bo found in town. Terms, ft. 50 per week, or $ I per day. First door east side of the brid iTJuly-tf GEO. W. HEM.. OSCAlt ADAMS. BEL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TKlBUNm, SEPTEMBER 9, 1882. Noethern Tribune SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1882. ItopreMentalive Convention. A Republican Representative Convention for the district, composed of the counties of Cbarieyoix, Kmmet and Cheboyiran, will be held at retoskey on the l.ith day ot oeptem ber, 188i, at I o'clock 1'. M., for the purpose of norniuatliiK a candidate for represt-ntatlve o said district, and for the transaction of such other business m may come before the eon vontion. Each county will be entitled to one delegate for every two hundred vote cast for Governor at tht, last general election, and one additional do cirato for a innicty thereof, and the counties will bo entitled to the following delegates, respectively: Charlevoix 8, BUM 7. Cheboynan . Dated, July 34th, 1882, J. E. Daiirah, A. L. Deuel, Oeo. W. IlKM., Commit teo Tue unspoken speeches of Congress men occupy one thousand pages in the Congressional Record for the last ses sion. Mr. Blaine thinks there is no equal numbe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 September 1882

HE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 9. 1882. Noethern Tribune. ""SATURDAY, SEPTEMBERM 882 . urniture I ww m A BEAITIUJJ- U AH! Mtl NNl I! who In it. u. :,-. m Mni Mm i.oveii- Mt Alrl in AH Sewpori. Newport Letter to Cincinnati Eiuiuin-r. Hy fur thu most beautiful girl in all Newport at present is the Boston hair dresser. About ail the male admiration in tin! eutiru casino yeslerdty afternoon was bestowed upon her and she received it with uueouacuMI grace and dignity of an ideal duchess. Her father was a bricklayer, I am told, her mother was a washerwoman, and she herself ended her school days at the age 13 to earn her own living. And here she is, a bright skinned brunette, with big, melting black eyes, abundant, jetty hair regular features, a tall, shapely, well carried fig ure and perfectly lady-like manners. She works busily and quite profitably at home, but is now out for a holiday, and when a woman loftily sent for her to come and dress her hair, meaning an in sult, she wrote back: "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 0, 1PS2. Nokthern Tribune. " SATURDAY. SKl'TKMBKlt !, 1882. ITlMrliiM Mnlters. The tug W. B. Castle called iu after coal Sunday night. The Champlain left at noon Sunday for Chicago and intermediate ports. The Dropellor St. Paul called in Wednesday morning bound for Chicago. The Oneida was in yesterday morn ing bound from Collingwood to Chicago The Pearl arrived up Thursday even ing and called in going down yesterday Th nroDoller Ocean called in Tues day forenoon bound from Montreal to Chicago. The Flora arrived up yesterday afternoon and called in bound down during the night. The schooner Hattie Hutt completed hor cargo of lumber and sailed Tuesday forenoon for Chicago. The baree Waverly arrived Wednes day after a cargo of telegraph poles from M. Chandler. The Lawrence arrived about three o'clock Sundav morning and cleared shortly before noon on her return trip The tue J. W. Ee.mett has had her -wale streak repaired, and her appear ance greatly improv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 September 1882

THE NOKTHUJRN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 9, 1882 DE ALEES I 1ST Heavy and Shelf In it, Oils, k, Window Glass, Mm Chandeliers and Lamp Goods, Leather Belting, and General Mill Supplies, Rope, Anchors, Oakum & Pulley Blocks. -.lso lvan-uLfactiieis of Tin, Copper and Sleet Iron. T77"a,re. n j j c warn ffl MOM f NOETHEM TEIBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER tt. 1882. Mr. Mac Walker is in the village looking after the waterworks. Bro. Gibson, of the St. Ignace Spy, favored us with a call this morning. MR3. J. L. Jewell returned home last week from quite an extended visit out side, Mr. and Mrs. James J. Brown arrived home on the Atlantic Mondav night from Detroit. Mrs. Boons, mother of W. G. and Angus Boggs came up from Alpena on the Atlantic Monday evening. Miss Edith Ramsay arrived on the Flora yesterday from Detroit, where she had been visiting with relatives. Mrs. II. A. Blake and children arrived home from a visit of several weeks among friends in Canada, yesterday on the Flora. H. A. Blake arriv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 September 1882

6 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE- SEPTEMBER 9. 1882. Nokthern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1H82. i.oiiu Ai:oi m VOl i Advice From I'rof. Hasbro tick ortlie New .Insi j Korinul School. From Ouldon Dnys. Soon aftor the Urst railroad was built on Long Island, an old Dutch lady, who had never Been or riddeu in a steam-car i old her daughter, one bright morning she would take a ride on that road just to see how the thing worked. Accord ingly she went, and after having ridden out several miles returned much pleased with her trip. In reply to her daughter's inquiry "Well, mother what did you see? nhe said. ''Oh, nothing much but a hay stack, and that was going the wrong way." Now, my young friends, you are disposed to laugh at this answer of the old lady but do you know there are a great many people who travel through the world and never see anything but hay-stacks, and they are "goiug the other way.' I am going to talk with you a few mo ments concerning the importance of cultivating earlv in lif...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 9, 1882 Northern Tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1882. ivt: i in m i. iK i i.ovk. ink ok MKS. OBBHPl iDimi pokms. Wlion the little ones grtMf about you At study, at work, or at play, Remember their needs ami their longings, Nor thoughtlessly turn them ava. As blossoms look up from the sunshine, Instinctive they turn unto you; Don't measure your lov for the children, Fond mother, whatever you do. From dear little hearts that are growing Soft tendrils creep up like a vine; Iu their beauty, their grace and their weakness They must have some place to entwine. Shall it be on the gray rocks of sternness, That frown iu their coldness above? Nay, rather In sweet, sunny places, Environed with mother's fond love. Look once on the face of an orphan, Though fed and well clothed he may be, And you miss the abandon of childhood, The spirit that makes the child free. You miss the look tender and trustful That beams in the innocent face, When some little one runs "to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 September 1882

8 THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SEPTEMBER 9. 1882. Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1882. Robert Couer is shipping large quan tities of picture backing every week. Dr. T. A. Perrin has the frame of a tine residence on Huron street, up and enclosed. Smith & Adams are manufacturing elegant pew ends for the Episcopal church at Harbor Springs. Moloney Brothers are building an ad dition on the north end of their brewery to be used as an ice house. CyrusRiggs has the thanks of the Tri bune force for some flue harvest apples. The verdict was they were A 1. The water works were shut down Thursday to put in the new connection pipe between the main and the the air chamber in place of the one cracked. McArthur, Smith & Co, are having the timber sawed for the frame of their new grist mill which they propose building on Main street, on the lot north of their tdore. Edward Breituug was nominated by acclamation by the Republican conven tion at St. Ignace Thursday, as candi date for Congres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 September 1882

The Noethem Tribune. 1 v vol. s. CHEBOYGAN, MICH., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1882. NO U Noethern Tribune. PUBLISH KD KVEiiY SATURDAY. W. CHANDL.KK. C. J. HUNT. C. 8. HA MSA V. W. CHANDLER & CO., 5 tj-b ZjisxiEiaa. Terms: $2 per year, in Advance. DR. M. B. CHAMPION D ENT J STi HO YUAN lab, Teeth Extracted without pain. OtHco, Main street, opposite Post & Van Arsdiile's. T. A. Perrin, M. D. C. A. Porrln. M. D. IFEXiT BROS, PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS, ETC. OIHoe in Peoples' Drug Store, Main Htkekt, CHEBOYGAN, M Jan IHKa.ASS. DEPUTY 0. SURVEYOR. Oltieo at residence on Third St. foblVIm CHEBOYGAN, MICH. AMERICAN HOUSE, FRANK OSIER, Proprietor. HEBOYGAN, - M H rpilIS House is so situated that it commands L the l)nst view of tho Harbor to be obtain ed In town, Uilliard room in connect ion. The bar is stocked with the best brands and the argest variety of Uqudrt to be found in town. Terms, $1.50 per week, or (I per day. First door oast side of tho brid . "Ju'v-t f GEO. W. IU.I.I.. OSC W( AD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 16, 1882. Northern tribune. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1882. REPUBLICAN STAT E TICKET. For Jovernor DAVID H. JEROME, of Saginaw. For Lieutenant Governor MAUREAU S. CROSBY, of Kent For Secretary of State HARRY A. CONANT, of Monroe. For State Treasurer EDWARD H. BUTLER, of Wayne. For Auditor General WILLIAM C. STEVENS, of Iosco. For Commissioner of the State Land Office MINOR S. NEVELL, of Genesee. For Attorney General J. J. VAN RIPER, of Berrien. For Superintendent of Public Instruction VARNUM B. COCHRAN. For Member of the State Board of Education BELA W. JENKS, of St Clair. ItepretientnUve Convention. A Republican Representative Convention for the district, composed of the counties of Charlevoix, Kmmet and Cheboygan, will a held at l'etoskey on the i:ith day of foptom ber, 188!, at o'clock P.M., for t ho purpose of nominating a candidate for representative of said district, and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the con vention....

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 September 1882

3 Northeen Tribune. Furniture I iE NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SEPTEMBER 16. 1882. MS in SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1HH2. STAR fill New-Firm 11 Tl'U WIIAON. HIM BiOifr.tpli v llrlelly Written by Hill '. Mr. T. WiUui, the gentleman above referrM t. h te?HNplihed one of the mosL rOiUurk ibla h'lits known to modem Heieiu'f. Though inn dnraled and per haps mexp rii in-ed, he haH attracted towards hiin-elf tl:e notice of the wot 14. Though he v,as on;e a poor boy un noticed and unknown, he has risen to the proud eminence from which with pride, and covered with glory and sore ? laces, he may survey the entire civil zed world, He entered upon an argu ment with Mr. Sullivan knowing the mental strength and powers of his ad versary, and yet he never llinched. He stood up before his powerful antagonist and acquired a national reputation and a large octagonal breadth of black and blue intellect wkjAre the envy and ad miration of :),0M H) people. This should ! Hvincing argument to our growinfH Kf the possibi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 September 1882

THE NORTHERN TR1BTTNHJ. SEPTEMBER 16. 1882. CM!, NOBTHERN TRIBUNE. "SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1882. mm murine Matter. The propeller Canada was in Mon-, day bound fromCollingwood to Chicago. The Champlain arrived yesterday forenoon and leaves to-day for Chicago and way ports. The schooner Waukesha arrived in port Thursday afternoon and is loading lumber for Chicago. The Atlantic arrived up early Tw day morning and called in going down, on time, Tuesday afternoon. The Flora arrived up yesterday afternoon. She did not call in going down but called at Duncan City. The propeller Ste. Marie arrived down from theSault Wednesday evening with quite a lot of fish for Detroit, The schooner Parana arrived Wednes day morning loaded lumber from J. B. McArthur's mill leaving to-day for Chi cago. The schooner Imperial arrived Thurs day morning, loaded lumber from Mc Arthur Smith & Co. and leaves to-day for Chicago. The schooner Lucy J.Clark arrived Thursday morning and is loading at the Cheboygan...

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