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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 September 1879

535 "2 ' VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1879. NO. 10 THE WKKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVtur SATUBDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, - - Oneopy, six months. ' - - -One copy, three months." i oo 1 00 .0 FAT ALWAYS I!l ADVANCE. Siitjscribort within Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree by mail, ami those living outsiie the county will havo their Voyage pre paid by the publisher. , Rates of Advertising : One-half inch apace (six lines Nonpareil or 'ess), tor one insertion.? 5 cents ; one Inch space, 4or one insertion, 50 teats; lor each additional Inch, one insertion, 50 cents. For subsequent i nsertlons. or a larger space, prices will be given at the oOtce. Local notices 10 cents per line lor the first In sertion, and Scents per line for each subsequent insertion. (Janisin Business Directory. five lines or nn ler, 5 per year: each additional line 11 per year. QHAND RAPIDS & INDIANA 1L R Sunday, June 29, 18...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 September 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1879. 0 facial Paper of the County and Village THE MARQUETTE AND MACKINAC RAILROAD. Pursuant to adjournment the Board of Control of state swamp lands met at the Michigan exchange in Detroit, Thursday afternoon of last week, to ex ecute the contract for building a rail road from Marquette to the straits of Mackinac. There was present of the Board of Control Gov. C. M. Croswell, At torney General Otto Kirchner, State Treasurer R D. Pritchard, Secretary of State Wm. Jenny, Auditor General W. I. Latimer, and James M. Neasmith, com missioner of the land office. Railroad Commissioner Williams was also pres ent. Of the Board of Directors of the Detroit, Mackinac and Marquette rail road company, there were in attendance James McMillan, John S. Newberry, Fran cis Palms, Waldo M. Johnson, W. K. Muir, and W. B. Moran. Attorney General Kirchner presented a contract which he had prepared, and the provisions of the same was thorough ly discussed by the co...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 September 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1879." T0R MORTGAGED FAtlM. "Six o'clockr said Marian nilyard, looking up suddenly, a9the tall, old fashioned clock in the corner rang out its shrill announcement; "six o'clock, and oh! mother, here is Jemmy Lane, punctual to the very moment. Now we shall have good news from Jack, I hope." She ran out to the gate, flushed and eager, to receive the letter from the country carrier; and, returning, seated herself on a low stool at her mother's feet, and broke the envelope. On the first glance at its contents, a shade of disappointment dimmed her bright face. , . Instead of reading the note aloud, she glanced hurriedly over the brief lines, and then silently, with quivering lip, placed it in her mother's hand and turned aside to a window. This is what Mrs. Hilyard read:- Dear Madam: I saw your son a few days since, when.'to my surprise, he ex pressed himself reluctant to apply his money to the redeemingof the mortgage, saying that he required it...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 September 1879

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1879. TOWS TALK The ringing of the school bell sounds familiar. The City of Concord called in Thurs day evening, bound up. C. A.SmoLk has removed his livery stock to his new stable. The work on the new jail jmd sheriff's residence is progressing. The Garden City wa3 in bound down Thursday night about midnight. Mr. Connors is making large ship ments of picture backing every week. The steamer R. W. Clinton after be ing off the route about a month, put in an appearance yesterday morning. The frame of the Cheboygan Lumber Co.'s new mill is well under way, and it is expected that it will be ready to raise next week. R.Kincade has left at the Tribune of fice some fine specimens of wheat, both winter and spring, raised by him on his farm near Black lake. Smith Brothers have a force at work on their new hotel, at the he head of Mullet Lake, and intend pushing the work as fast as possible. It is reported that deer are quite nu merous in this section. As it will be law...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 September 1879

. SUPERIOR . - T .,..- " VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1879. NO. 11 l. THE WRKKL.Y , NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVJ-Rr SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: one copy, one year, . One copy, six months. One copy, three months. 12 00 - 1 00 50 PAT ALWAYS III ADVANCE. Subscriber within Cheboygan county will re- eeive their papers tree by mail, and those living outside the county will have their postage pre paid oj me puDusner. Rates of Advertising t ' One-half inch snace (six lines Nonpareil or 'esai, tor one insertion, 85 cents ; one inch space, tor one insertion, 50sents; tor each additional men, one insertion, 50 cents. For subsequent i nsertlons, or a larger space, prices will be riven at the office. Local notices 10 cents per line tor the first in sertion, and Scents per line for each subsequent raserxion. Uards in Business Directory, five line or nn icr, $5 per year; each additional line $1 per year. r RAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R Sund...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 September 1879

NORTHERN TR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village TUB ' BLACK.: RIVER IMPItO VE ME3T. It is ttell known that the Legislature at its session last winter passed an act authorizing the State Board of Control to appropriate several sections of swamp land to aid in improving the Black river rapids, so as to open navigation into Black lake. The improvement, we un derstand, was incidentally discussed at the last meeting of the board, and all tejcpressed themselves favorable to the appropriation, but no definite action was taken in regard to the matter, the board awaiting the 'action ' of the citizens of . this county. . They desire to see some in terest manifested upon the part of our citizens in the project. They do not feel line making tne authorized appropria- tion unless there is some interest taken in the improvement and some assurance given that the necessary funds for com- - pleting the work will be forthcoming. ' The importance of this work must be ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 September 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1879. IN FAIUXXAND. Two wee ones lyingr side by Bide, Two little heads of golden hair, ; . i , Two rosy faces mother's pride-- ' - , With sweetest smiles all beautified, . Two happy hearts tooyoung' for care. So sweet their slumbers, and so deep, ' No storm without, however wild, Can wake them from their pleasant sleep, ; For Heaven's good anprels vigils keep, . Over the slumber of a child. Two rovers In dear fairyland, i Two little forms with eyes of blue. Are walking the smooth shining strand : That skirta the calm lake like a band Of silver bright with beads of dew. ' Bv riverside, through sunny glade, - '. In shady dell, they keep their way ; , For them charmed fairyland was made. Where oft before there feet have strayed When slumber's spell upon them lay. By voice ful brooks they gather flowers, , From many a tree sweet fruit they cull. They wander through enchanted bowers, j And never weary grow the hours, . . . ' . In that bright land...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 September 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1879. OStlcial Paper of the County and Village v. . TOTTrT ALK. j - The . Marine City arrived this morn ing on her usual time. , , i V " Our village was visited by a slight hail stnrm last Tnpslav Tnftrnlncr Arrangements are being made to re paint St. Mary's, Catholic, church, j It has rained, more or less everyday f this week and good prospect for more to J eome" ' ' ' ' ' They are talking at Petoskey of or ganizing an Emmet county military company. - Rev. A. P. Morrison and family expect to leave on" the Lawren.ce this evening on their way to Portland. , - ; Mk Wnu Stewart, of Duncan, has left at the Tribune office an early rose pota to that weighs two pounds. ' Watts S. Humphrey, left Wednesday, via. the inland route to attend the Em met county circuit court which opened Thursday. ; ' ' Smith. Brothers received a new plain ing machine on the Oswegatchie last Thursday. It will surface both sides, match and bead at the same time and has a ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 September 1879

'. ....,..,. . ' - - j;; --,-v.. ..... , r tfF SUPERIOR . sift-N " - - ' 'J ' : ' .: . VOL. 5, CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1879. NO. 12 ... ; : THE WKEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLI3IH.D KVfcRr SA.TURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: one copy, one year, Osacpy, Lx montbt, - , -One eopr, three months, ' - - - ,12 00 . -1 00 60 FAT ALWAYS IH ADTAKCE. Subscribers within Cheboygan county will re Mire their papers tree by nail, and those Urlna outsMe the county will have their postage pre paid by the publisher. Rates of Advertising : r One-half Inch space (six lines Nonpareil or 'ess), tor one insertion, 25 cents; one Inch space, ror one insertion, M tents; tor eacn aaaiuonai Inch, one insertion, 50 cents. Porsuoseqaent insertions. or a larger space, prices win be giren at tne omce. Local notices 10 cents per line tor the first ln ertion.and Scents per line for each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Directory. Ire lines or an ler, S3 per . year; eac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 September 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1879. Official Paper oft he County and Village PRESIDENT HATES AT DETROIT. From the Detroit Post and Tribune we take the address of ex-Governor Bag ley on behalf of the business men of De troit welcoming the President to that city, and the President's response to the same, the reception being held in Whit ney'a opera house. EX-GOVERNOR BAGLEY'S ADDRESS. Mr. President It gives me very great pleasure on behalf of the business men, the manufacturers and the mer chants of .this city, to welcome you here. Applause. " I cannot tell you howkeen y we appreciate the honor you have done Detroit and the state of Michigan in giving us your presence on this occa sion. We feel that although the Chief Magistrate of the Union, coming as you do from the neighboring State of Ohio, o close to us, you are therefore a little nearer and a little closer to us Michigan people than to the rest, of the . country. lAppjause.i- we ieei, too, Air. president, and very ke...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 September 1879

NORTHERN -TRIBUNE. - ..SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1879. ' THE LISTENING OAK' She found the old familiar spot. Beneath the grreen old tree; - " ; ' She siytied she sijrhed "He loves me not. And I'm alone-r-ah me!" , . . ' It watched her there t he fond old ( For trees have eyes like other folic; -. It whispered, whispered, ma roam. But late or early Lo comti AowieJ lie stood where they so oft had met.' , "r. He nunr away her flower; . , "ih meP he cried, "Coquette, coquette! To love mo nut .- '- , -.ut loudly sang-the anjrry oak, yr ; or trees nave uenris muoi ivui . Ana cniainjr, iiuuiui wan mo wug, "Tht heart that lovctbtlievts no wrongr There's someone stealing1 on apace, : ; And some one's arms thrown wide And some one's heart is someone's place At happy even-tide. . ' ' ' '' ' The tears, the doubts, are gone, are grone, And jraily now the oak looks on, . ' And sings to them of Joy and rest. TJU tote that' tried u kappittt!" THE LAST DITCH." ': ' ... Fred Groyer sat in his attic upt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 September 1879

.TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village TOWN TALK. Don't fail to bring in your lig pump , kins jo the fair next week.. V i Bring in your fine vegetables for exhi bition at the county fair next week. The 'cranberry crop of this section seems to be quite abundant. ' Quite an amount hare already been shipped from thisj-port,,- , t . ... ;tr f - If you have any nice "stock Jet it be . iriown by: exhibiting themfiit the coun ty fair next week. If you want to make , the fair next week a success, add to the interest by placing something on exhibition. - Street Commissioner Sammons' has a force of men at work grading Sammons street. The surplus material is being used upon other streets of the village. : The iron work of the new jail is about V completed, and judging from - appear- . ances, when, the authorities cage a? bird the said bird will be likely to remain as long as may be wanted. A colony composed of 15 Cincinnatians of means has purchased a ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 October 1879

VOL. 5. . O HEBOYG-AJST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1879. ; 'NO.' 13 THE WKKKliY V NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVfcRf SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF .SUBSCRIPTION: Oneeopy.one year, .- - .. Ooe cpy, six months, -Oae copy, three month. - ' .12 00 - 1 SO rAT ALW ATS IS ADVANCE. Subscribers within Chebovzan county will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and those living oatsi'ie the county will have their postage pre paid by the publisher. Rates of Advertising : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or 'e). tor one insertion, 25 cents ; one inch space. for one insertion, 50 cents; tor eacn aaumona. inch, ana i naertion. 50 cents. For subsequent insertions. or a larger space, prices will be given at tneomce. ivt&inntip.a to cents Der line tor the first in sertion.and 5 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. L'mli in Business Directory, five lines or un aer, $5 per year; each additional line tl per year. fS RAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R Sunday, June 29, 1...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 October 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOEER 4, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village EDITORIAL NOTES. Hon. George W, Julian, of Indiana, predicts that the Grant boom will neces sitate theTnomination of Gen. Grant for President, by the Republicans, and that Tilden will be the Democratic nominee with equal certainty. General Grants baage, seventy three cases, filled with books, pictures, ornaments, and curiosities gathered in his trip around the wovld, lias been land ed free of duty byourtesyi)ftheSecre- tzry of the Treasury. The ; telephone is being substituted for the telegraph by a number of western raiijfoad companies where distances are not top great, i Tliey have a successful example in the east where the Pittsburg Southern railroad extending from Pitts burg to Washington,' Pa, a distance. ;of oyer 36 miles, has discarded the old in struments for the telephone in the tran saction ol all business, including the running of trains,. It is said a whisper in Washington can be heard ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 October 1879

NORTHERN ' TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4.-1879... A LUCKY SOVCItEIGX. They made a strikingly contrasting 1Cwe 8tanding in the warm Jane twi ight, and fragrant odor of tha roses and the budding grape vines lingered aronnd them as if the tender scents were fitting tributes to them. , . . Two fair young girls, the same age to an hour, and unlike as Bisters' could be, and each a perfect type of her own .style of loveliness both of them peeresses in their royal dower of beauty., i - Rose stood leaning against the railing of the veranda, her hanghty eyes, that eould from the cool, brilliant gray they now looked into such liquid darkness when occasions required splendid, calm, cool eyes were gleaming. away falling in a purple-gray veil of tissue over wood and lawn. She turned her face toward her com panion. Her eyes suddenly . called in their wandering, listless glances, and showing a half -vexed, half -amused ex pression. ;, ....... "Bell, how much longer are we going to stay here? at leas...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 October 1879

JACKSOX LARSIICG AND 8AC1MAW RAILROAD SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1379. iTTOWW TALK. iv or k on its Extension to tbe Straits - Ordered to Commence at Once wee we siaiea mat tnere were , rumors in the air of work being com menced at an early day upon the exten The Cheboygan Lumber company have sin of the Jackson, Lansing & Saginaw the frame of their new mill well up. Oar merchants all report business booming, and consequently everybody is happy. i ;;Hr This seems to be an unfortunate sea son for fairs in this state, the enjoyment of good weather being the exception. Wetinore & Co. are building an exten sive warehouse, in the rear of their store, railroad through to the straits. Since then we have received reliable informa tion that at the meeting of the Board of Directors in New York, a short time smce, ih was voiea mai me worK or ex tending the road should be commenced this fall, andAIr.Vanderbilthas issued orders to have the road bed cut out and the ties got out this winter. This ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 October 1879

! '' . &KE SUPERIOR . .-reVf U - , " ' : ' ! VOL. 5. CHEBOYG-AH", SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1879. NO. 14 THE -WTCJCKr.Y NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHLD EVERT SATURDAT BT . W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, - - f 2 00 One copy, six months, - - - I 00 One copy, three months, - ; " . M FAT ALWAYS lit AUVANCB. Subscribers within Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and those living outside the county will have their postage pre paid by the publisher. Rates of Advertising : One-half inch snace jMx lines Nonpareil or 'ess), for one insertion, Zo cent9 ; one Inch space, tor one insertion, 50 cents; tor each additional Inch, one i nsertion, 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be riven at the omce. Local notices 10 cents ner line tor the first in ertion.and Scents per line for each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Directory, five lines or un der, 15 per year; each additional line SI per year. 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. — 11 October 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village THE UNITED STATES AS ACCREDI TOR NATION. From, the Chicago Inter Ocean. The increasing importance which the United States is obtaining as an export country: must result in devising new and better means of meeting the de mands upon us. We showed, a few days since, that the amount paid for freights hadbeen largely overestimated, but there will doubtless be new devices soon to reduce even these. Among the im provements soon to take place may be the shipment of wheat in the shape of flour, that being the form which used to prevail many years ago, the form of grain being a latter day inno vation. Nor do we anticipate much im pediment from foreign tariffs upon the imports of our food. Manufacturers might be keptcout in that way, but. not the means of cheap subsistence. Public opinion in countries where the mass of the people have little purchasing power; where the soil is owned by the few, or where its m...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 October 1879

NORTHERN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1879. A COLORADO EXPERIENCE. One tempest tossed night, weather bound at a small hotel on the stage route from Santa Fe, we met a fellow traveler, in whom we became greatly- interested. The howling gale and elementry uproar intensified the cosy cheer of our snug little parlor. The genial warmth from the heaped up ruddy coals Jn the grate and spicy exhalations steaming from an earthen mug, brewing in front, out of which, from time to time, we replenish ed our glasses, stimulated conversation, and we were soon launched upon a stream of startling adventure. Among others, my companion, a finely built, athletic fellow, narrated an experi ence of the previous season, which he said, "made every hair stand on tip-toe.' "How V" we asked. "You were in great peril?" "One of those imminent risks that meet you every turn. Four of us came In the stage from Santa Fe, the last of June, I think. . A young lady governess in an officer's family her escort, a wealthy merch...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 October 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village -.iSSi TOWS TALK. H. J. A. Todd returned on the Marine City this morning from a visit to the east. ' C Morris Wertheimer, a former citizen of our Tillage, has been spending several days in town. "The Supreme Court commenced its regular term at - Lansing last Tuesday with 155 cases on the docket. -Doctor J. A. Perrin has removed his residence to S. A. Mattoon's house, the first house north of his former residence. C. A. Gallagher received a consign ment of fresh oysters this morning which are having ready sale. If you want any, call before they are all gone. The frame of the second story of the Cheboygan Lumber Company's new mill ss up, and thelvprkis, being pushed for ward as rapidly jls possible. Bets are being made on the number of days sleighing there will be during the coming winter. One of our leading cit tizens wagers a pair of ten dollar pants on 100 days. The engineers have been sounding t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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