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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 August 1879

1 aE SUPERIOR ADA i m t - VOL. 5. , . C HEBO YG-AN, SATTTBDAT, AUGUST 9. 1879. 'NO. 5 Bel , Si ,1 IB :. 10 1 1 'Mr i it .1 (-C- ) Vi h 4 n THE WKKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE! PUBLISHIkD KYfe.Rr SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Uae copy, one yr, - - 1 ' -sOneaopytiXjnoiitbB, - - - w r AT ALWATl 19 ADTANCB. SalMcriben within Ofceboyjran county will re elT their paper tree by mail, and those Imng umUU theeooaty will harfl their p'cwUfte pre paid Oy.Ua pbtioer. j Q r,f t i f Rates of Advertising ? ' r Oae-half inch apace six Uaea Nonpareil or J eaaJ.teronetnaertioa.Jacenu; one Inch space, tor oae insertion. 50 sen U: tor each additional Inch, one insertion, 50 cents. Forsnheeqnent insertions, or a larger space, nrieee will be fin at the nice. - vSuA: notices 10 cents per line tor the first in serUonland SoenU per fine for each subsequent CarSsi Business Directory, fire lines or un der. $5 per year: each additional .line ,ti. per year. ' Vj - v ' ' '"S RAND RA...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 August 1879

4 i i i ' ' ' ' in SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1879. OfloUIPjperofthe County and Village The cry of fhard times", 19 beginning to lose it9 effect. Croaker9 hare got 1 so used ta singing the song that doubtless -the refrain will continue to De neara " notwithstanding there is no occasion for it. .From every quarter comes word that times r are Improving. Manufacturies are being, started up and the demand j for labor is increasing. ' Confidence has been in a measure restored and capital -, that has been stored in vaults and allow t - ed to remain idle is being brought out ; and invested. -'. Railroad building is be ' ' ine pushed with increased activity fur , nishing employment to a vast army of .. men, i Wages, of course, do not approach War times, nor should , it be ' expected : that they would, but their purchasing 1 power is fully equal, so that actually they, are fully as good. The crops of the country are excellent, and with the pros ! pect of a good foreign demand, which will keep price...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 August 1879

y t '. t r T ii ' r SATURDAY. AUGUST K1879. 2naiSiviBii2&issoooi D "Under the guturatthe fort ob the hill Daisies are blossoming,' buttercups mi. Up the gray ramparts the scaUng vine flings High itf g-reen ladders and falters and clings , f Under the runs -J, - I , Under the guns of the fort on thdlfilL VJ , ik. rf thn fnrt on the hill. " onoe shoolt the . .earth. Y1..th5npAadf " Once trod these buttercups feet that, now stflirr Lie all at rest in their trench by the miU, j 4, Under the guns, i j- , Under the guns, . ' Under the guns of tha fort on thehPI. Under the guns of the fort on the MIL Equal the rain falls on good an on ill, tio ft um thn annahinn. still the brook runs. hmdma-nhder the jruna Under the guns J O TTnlastlia irons. I Under the guns of the fort on the hill. Yitt S.rVhThV wfcdom best knowi loris It peaoe that Thy goodnaas still thVws unaeriueguus, ot.stunips.ana ttotejtoQhe tCirtnreStfgkt)Wiiile to iU n .mi tha phii.irfnwanQereaaiwunw"& Allele Tnaa uiuii v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 August 1879

trtm rr, i. r "07 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1879. Offloial Ppr of tht County and Village TOWH TALK. McArthur, Smith & Co. haTe their new coal shed well under way. j The huckleberry harvest still contin ues, ..and large .shipments are being daily made. ' ' ! " . ' ' ' ' TraTel over the inland route is in creasing, both lines of boats doing a good business. ; - - -' I. ; -: ' j The masons are busy at work laying the foundation for the new jail and sheriff's residence. . . j ' The Tillage" council at the meeting Tuesday evening extended the time for . the collection of the village taxes thirty It is expected that the state fair, for 1879, at .Detroit, will be the greatest agricultural exhibition ever seen in lUehigan. L ; .. There has been no further develop, ments in regard to the base ball match between the Neptunes, of Ajena, ; and the Cheboygan club. i I Smith Bros, have made some needed improvements upon . tht Mary. The cab in floor is covered with brussels carpet,...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 August 1879

1 j ;,-. I . liij J ;:. i-'r. : ,w . " '- - 1 1. ' VM --J I J 1.1 . .0.- i . o iuitHX an i iisii -.'j astray t , 5 . irirrm ?y . mi m vm T"r y-v T" m ' ! : -r- ' .. i. , ! NORTHERN' TRIBUNE PCBLISHkD EVLRr SATUBDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: .iUmmpt. rear, f3 00 M 00 PAT ALWATft III ADT ACB. ' ateeribcr wlthia UkeboTf an county will re Mir rtr papra lre by mail, and thote UtIdj uui'latat county will htri tbeir poalace pre paia sy me puouaner. . j . w , , i Bates of Advertising : Oae-half ncb epace (tlx liaea Nonpareil er 'eei.lerAeetnMrtion.ueenta: one inch apace. feroae iaaertion, 60 tents: tor each additional lne.neiaaertien. Meenta. -rraaheqnenCinaertloaa,or larger space, anemwUibeg-iyenatineo.ee. . wmlnotieeal0cente per line lor the flrat in nl.attd foeata per line for each subsequent meertien. Cmr4a in Business Directory, flye lines er nn 4er, t)per year; eaeh, additional line 11 per , v . (- ItlND HAPIDS A INDIANA It. R Sunday,' Jon SB, 1ST. ' C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 August 1879

NORTHERN . TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1879. Officii! Paper of the County and Village I OCR SCIIOtlLS AND COLLEGES." j I i Bnponia ! TV. S. George the) AT Toast at the Banquet to the Preae of Plorthern rtHcbiajatt, ar'Ten In Bit Rapids, July 14, 18T9, Mr. Chairman, brethren of the press, ladiel and gentlemen of Big Rapids: Your large hearted hospitality has filled me almost too full for utterance; and in anticipation of this, I selected. by permission of yDur, chairman; the above toist to be responded to, because knowing personally but little about our public schools for 40 years past, and nothing of our colleges except as an oc casional reporter, I should feel ridicu lous in boaring yon with a long speech. There are three ways of filling the in ner man: 1, to follow that economical boarding-house keeper who gave her boarders dried apples' for breakfast, warm water for dinner and let them swell for supper; 2, to follow' the confed erate soldier who, being seen to chew green persim...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 August 1879

NORTHERN ' TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. AUGUST 16, 1879. inoxuEum ssiii.e Written for the Nobthibx Tbibukx. BT XABNXST. Pausing weary at the foot of the stair, Looking to the top a light shone fair. A light that seemed of heaven a trace. The rare sweet smile o'er mother's face. - : Climbing to meet the duar step descending, Strength to my feet the blessed smile lending. We climbed together precious thought ; ' That day in memory fondly wrought. . f .Priceless Jewel In a mother's crown, . , That smilejike the love of God shining down Among our weariness, sadness and pain, , To meet and help us on our way again. WHO TOOK ITT "Will yon take charge of 20 till to morrow morning, Marian?" 1 "Take charge of 20, Harold r echoed my wife in amazement. "What do yon mean?" - - " I settled myself down to an explana tion. Explanations are things I hate, nevertheless, they are necessary, some times.." Oie was due on this occasion. Ton know, my dear Marian," I began with a business-like air, "that the fail u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 August 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1879. Official Paper of the County and.Village 5 TOWS TALK. . , Business in the harWr has been quite brisk this week. .. .. . . ... j , Our village has been ull of yisitors this weetthe hotels all being well filled. The whole amount appropriated for the improvement of St Mary's river and St. Mary's Falls canal has been .' $2,005, 000. General Sherman is reported as ad vising the gradual abandonment of fort Mackinac, and also fort Porter, at Buf falo. ' ' The Cheboygan base ball club expect to visit Alpena the first week in Septem ber, to play a return game with theNep tunes. We would call, attention to ,F.. C. Mc Donald's new advertisement. - Look and see the prices at which he is offering first-class goods. As the stay of Rev. A.' P. Morrison has been prolonged over another Sabbath, there will be no services at the Methodist church to-morrow M Henry Amlot has been doing ' a lively business this week at his ship yard. Three steamers have been i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 August 1879

VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN", SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. 1879. NO. 7 . t 4 L THE ?y.fCJCXliY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVKItr SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF-SUBSCRIPTION: . one copy. yeaT -' Oaeepyix montha. On copy, three month. i oo . 1 00 50 gubscriUert within Cheboygan cooniy will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and those living uui'la the county will have their poalage pre paid by the publisher. j Rates of 'Advertising: Oae-half inch apace (elx liaea Nonpareil or ). ter ene insertion. ?S eenta ; one Inch apace. feroaeiaaeTtion, 50 eenta; lor each additional inch. o insertion, 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prieee will t given at the oftlce. ... Local aotleea 10 cents per line tor the first in sertion, and (.eenta per line for each subsequent intertiea. Uarda in Business Directory, live lines or un der, SI per year; each additional line tl per year. ; - Q11AND KAPIDS & INDIANA II. R ' ' ! Sunday, June ',' 187. , GOING XORTU. No 1 No 7 30...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 August 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1879. TUB IIIAUQUETTe 4c MACKINAW BA1LROAD. At a recent meeting of the State Board of Control it was decided to notify W. L. Wetmore, President of the Marqnette, Mackinaw & Sanlt Ste. Marie Railroad company, tjiat at the regular meeting of the Board, the 27th of this month, action would be taken to annul the contract with that company for constructing the Marquette & Mackinaw road, and de claring all their rights to lands appro priated to aid in the building of the road forfeited. It is well known that for more than three years this company through its representative, Dr. Laman, has done a good deal of blowing and been prolific in promises of what was going to be done at some time in the future, but that it never has done so much as turn a shovel full of dirt or made : the necessary surveys to de termine the route. It has been claimed that ; this contract stood in the way of other and responsible parties taking hold and completing the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 August 1879

NORTHERN 'TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1879. ORlolal Paper of the County and Village tiiepim. Only, a pin, yet calmly It lay On the tufted floor In the lirbt of day, And It shone serenely fair and bright. Reflecting back the noonday lig-.t. Only a boy; yet he saw that pin. And his face assumed a fiendish grn; He stooped for a while, with look intent. Till he and the pin alike were ben... Only a chair; but upon its seat A well-ben pin found safe retreat; Nor had the keenest eye discerned That heavenward its point was turned. Only a man; bui he chanced to drop Upon that chair, when ttzi-bangpop! He leaped liiie a cork from out a ooMe, And opened wide h s valve de throttle. Only a yell, though an honest one. It lacked the element of fun; And boy and man, and pin and chair. In wild contusion mingled there. Waterloo Observer. MRS. GOOCH'S TONGUE. If Mrs. Gooeh had been born deaf and dumb she might have been a much hap pier woman. She often said so io her self. The trouble that long tong...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 August 1879

SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1879. TO5T TALK. Portions of the sidewalk along Main street need repairing badly. P. Sullivan has received a new brick and tile machine for his brick yard. The picture back manufactory is at work. A large shipment of backing was made this week. . Last Tuesday night wa3 regular Coun cil night, but for want of a quorum no business was done. Wm. Patterson is building a carpenter shop just south of Perry & Watson's foundry and machine shop. The storm of the past few days seems to have been general throughout the country. , East it was accompanied with heavy wind, doing considerable damage. Alex McDonald has secured ground on the river just north of Amiot's ship yard ' and has the material on the ground and men at work preparing for the erection of a planing mill. ; . We understand the contract for work ing out the $3,000 appropriation for this harbor was to have been let this week. We have been unable to learn who was the successful bidder. ' ' ; ' H. A. Blake r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 August 1879

SUPERIOR' l0tV ' , - . i - A I i I - Ill' V IT. VOL. 5. CHEBOYG-AN.-SATTTRDAY, AUGUST 30. 1879. NO. 8: ' J ' 1 mmrm ........... , THE WRKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVLRT SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, Oneepy, tlx months. -. On copy, three months. 2 00 1 00 7 50 PAT ALWATS IS ADTAKCK. Hahserlber within Cheboygan county will re eeire their papers tree by mail, and those liting titsMe the connty will hav their poslag pre paid by the publisher. - Rates of Advertising : One-half inch aoac (six lines Nonpareil or ess), lor one insertion.85 eents ; one inch space. fr one laser tion. 50 ten u: lor each additional inch, one insertion, SOcenta. f'orutsequet insertions, or a larger apace, prices will be jruren at the oflice. bocal aotices 10 cents per line lor the first In sertion, and Scents per line for each subsequent C'ardsin Business Directory. fire line or un der. S& per year; each additional line ffl per year. ' " GRAND ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 August 1879

SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1879. IB ARQTJFTTTE AHD M ACK1XAC RAIL ROAD. The prospects for the building of this raod are more encouraging. The re sult of the announcement of the Board of Control that the contract of the Mar quette and Mackinac and Sault Ste. company, of which the great blower, Dr. Laman, was chief fugler, would be de clared forfeited, was the organization of a company of some of the. leading capi talists of Detroit for the purpose of building theroad' The articles of in corporation were filed in the office of the secretary of state Wednesday of last week, under the name of the Detroit, Mackinac & Marquette railway com pany, with a capital stock of , $1,200,000, divided into 1,200 shares, of which 1,190 shares have been subscribed by seven of the solid men of Detroit, namely, James McMillanJohn S. Newberry, ' Francis Palms, Waldo M. Johnson, George Hen drie, E. W. Meddaugh, W. K.' Muir, and Wm. B. Moran. Mr. McMillan has been chosen president, and. George Hendrie secret...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 August 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village v ; -. . sosg, . ;- :- Ha8 Summer come without the rose, Or ieft the bird behind? ' la the blue changed above thee, O world! or am I blind? "Will you change every flower that grows. Or only change this spot "Where she who said, "I love thee," Now says "I love thee not?" The skies seemed true above thee; The rose true on the tree; The bird seemed true the summer through; But all proved false to me; World, Is there one good thing In you "Life, love or death or what? Since lips that sung "I love thee," . Have said I love thee not?" I think the sun's kiss will scarce fall Into one flower's gold cup; I think the bird will miss me And give the summer up; O sweet place, desolate In tall Wild grass, have yQu forgot How her lips loved to kiss me. Now that they kiss me not? Be false or fair above me; Come back with any face. Summer, do I care what you do? You cannot change one place The grass, the leaves, th...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 August 1879

SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1879. TOWH TAUC. Remember the Teacher's Institute next week. C. A. Smolk's new livery stable is , ap proaching completion. :- f : The Cheboygan Lumber Co. have had a camp in the woods for some weeks, and have in already between 500,000 and 1, 000,000 feet of logs. ,, . The harbor was clear of vessels for a short time Wednesday evening for the first time for some months, but Thurs day morning two vessels came in after lumber;' : - ' Rev. R. M.' Thompson, former pastor of the Congregational church of this vil lage was made happy on the 19th inst, by the arrival of a fine son at - his home in Ottumwa, Iowa. . F. C. McDonald is building a two-story building immediately east of his present stand which he will occupy as a grocery and provision store. Increase of trade demanded more room. - , f ( ' V The Cheboygan Lumber company have a force at work on their new mill, getting the frame ready. A t considerable por tion of their dock has been planked, and the work is bei...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 September 1879

MCE SUPERIOR rsi'n . t - ' ' x j "l ' " VOL. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1879. NO. 9 5. - THE WKKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVCRT SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year. One copy, six months. Out eopy, three months 2 00 1 00 60 PAT ALWAYS IS ADVANCE. rfubacriber within Cheboygan connty will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and those living utaida the county will have their postage pre paid by the publisher. Rates of Advertising : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or 'ess), tor one insertion, 25 cents ; one Inch space, for one insertion, 50 cents: tor each additional inch, one insertion, 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or larger space, prices will be given at the ofllce. m . Local notices 10 cents per line tor the first in sertion, and Scents per line for each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Directorv. five lines or un der, $5 per year; each additional line tl per year. HAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R Su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 September 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village TIIE MARQUETTE AND MACKINAC. We give the response to the notice given by the Board of Control, by the resolution adopted at the meeting of the board August 13, in regard to annulling the contract of the Marquette. Sault Ste. Marie and Mackinac company for build ing the Marquette road. It was presented and read at the meeting of the board held Wednesday of last week. What ever impression may have prevailed in regard to the previous action of that company in connection with the road, we think no better spirit could have been shown than is exhibited in this response andjit betokens a spirit of har mony between the two peninsulas in any effort that may hereafter be put forth to construct the road. Both peninsulas are interested in the completion of the road at the earliest possible day, and the cordial acqoiesence of the old company in any movement looking towards the building of the road and the ord...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 September 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1879. TOGETHER. The srcwy blossom 19 on the brier All tcosij lies '..he fa".ow; The hon e -s (rather round the fire. And 88:11 for bound and. halloo. Wai'e bendg o'er a poe.'s book, Secve fron? wind and veather, Witjrn a ve'vei curta"ned nook Sit Bho and I jogeKhe This mor -n g rre were st-triers yet ; But In vaose d.eamy pages We find somehow ou' sou's hare met, . And lived and loved f o ag-es. And '?e 9 as a summer day, Love laughs at w niry weather. The o.ne-r world' so f?r away. And we so Dear ;ogeher. The golden but s'jpI! shine asarn. The chace de rand 1 s lover. And I no more be loaely when I canie to tbo cover. For throujr'J vae wor'd, whate'er betide. Ii etorm or sunny weai her, We two shll rde on sde by side. My 'ove a id I Mgeher. London World. Mr FATIIEtt. "Iler father has been in prison. The word3 reached me where I sat, and burned into my soul. Everywhere I looked I saw them; everywhere I turn ed I heard them. - Could I have bee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 September 1879

ssja SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1879. TOWN TALK. There waa a beautiful rainbow this morning. Decrease in. the public debt for Au gust, $3,527,395. -Col. IL G. Davis reports oats, raised on his farm, higher than his head. V"i ar tinder obligations to A. Kitch en, of San Francisco, CaU for late San Francisco papers. "the Village Council has been trying this week to make up for lost time, and has held two sessions. We would call attention to the adver tisement of Mrs. Chas. Farmer. It will be of interest to the ladies. The Marquette papers regard the new project for the building of the Marquette and Mackinac railroad as a "business one. The sermon to-morrow , evening at the Congregational church will be "Base Ball Ethics." Rev. J. Homer Parker officiating. President Hayes has accepted the in vitation to visit the state fair and has notified the committee that he will be in Detroit the 18th and 19th. The graded school opens next Monday. There should be as full an attendance as possible, tha...

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