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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 October 1879

' . SUPERIOR -gfftT. V " VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1879. NO. 15 1-IXK WKKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVB.nr SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHE BOY G A N, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, - . - -One copy, ix months, - - -One copy, three month. - 2 00 1 00 50 r AT ALWAYS 1H ADVANCE. anhan'iurattiiii (Thchnvnn eonntf will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and those living tttsiae me county wui nave men postage pre paid by the publisher. Rates of Advertising : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or S0).forone insertion, So cents ; one men space, for ooe insertion, 50 cents; lor each additional Inch, one insertion, 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be given at tneomce. Local notices 10 cents Der line tor the first In aerlion.and 5 cents per line for each subsequent asertion. ' Cards in Business Directory, five lines or on der, 15 per year; each additional line SI per year. QRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R Sunday, Jun...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 October 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village THE ADVANCE IX PHICL8. The Chicago Inter-Oceanin an edito rial in regaH to tha advance in prices, and tLejcause "thereof, says: -The lnter-Ocean does not stop to ex plain or attempt to explain the fact, but, it is a fact, nevertheless, plain and pal-' pable, that an an abundance of currency tends to make prosperous times; and, while it is extremely desirable that such currency be sound, experience proves that a plentitude of it gives greater ac tivity to business, whether it is made up of gold, silver ov paper money. Of course if paper money exists in great quanti ties, and aa attempt be made to reduce the volume to meet a specie basis, a c:-.ash is inevitable, and much suffering must ensue; but when the volume is equally large end consists of gold, silver or its equivalent, high prices may reign, and buyers may invest freely without at least the double fear of a heavy fluctua tion in both the art...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 October 1879

' I NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1879. DAM EI, T7ECSTF.R'S RELIGIOUS CHARACTER. . " " From the "Reminiscences - of Daniel Webster," by his friend Peter Harvey, a volnme of great interest,, we - make - the following extract:" ; J - : - r . The year before Mr. W ebster died, in me autumn or iso 1, 1 was spending a f ew weeks with him -at his place in Franklin. One pleasant morning he said to me:-- - I am going to drive np to Andover, ana I want you to go with me. Andover was about ten miles from his place in Franklin. He added: " e can start after breakfast, and it will take tis an hour and a half or- two hours to go. -We shall only want to stay mere an hour or so, and we will return in time for dinner. When we get into . the wagon, I will tell you whom I am POintr t.n wM -, .- . - .... The horse was harnessed and we start ed off. As we rode along Mr. .Webster had a great many reminiscences called to mind by different objects that we passed. sucn a man used to live here, he...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 October 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER t5, 18JU.- Officii! Paper of the County and Village TOWIV TALK. John L. Jewel returned last Saturday and is arranging to reopen the Palace bakery in a few days. The Chippewa County Agricultural society, for various reasons, decided not to hold a fair this fall. Senices will be held at the Congrega tional church to-morrow at the usual hours, both morning and evening. Sub ject for evening The election. "The lumbermen are all actively pre paring for the winter campaign in the . woods. Some are predicting an open winter and are making their pfepara tions accordingly. j or me oenent or inose wno were awarded premiums at the recent county fair we would say that the fifty per cent of the premiums will be paid by Mr. 6 D. V. Rollo at the bank. . The weather has been quite warm for sometime past and has felt more like August than October weather. It is re ported that fruit trees in some portions of the country are blossoming. ineomciai proceedings or tne a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 October 1879

SUPPLEMENT dTFeathers at Wetmore & Go's. E"We notice that Wetmore & Co. have one of the largest and best assorted stocks in Northern Michigan. dTThe' place to buy your Clothing is at Wetmore & Co'. . OTLook at Wetmore & Co's Hoots and Shoes. tfpWetniore & Co. offer for sale 3 tons of Dried 'Apples, at 5 cents per pound, in quantities to suit purchasers. CUT You can get the host 35 cent Cap at Wetmore & Co's. . - tsf"A New Jersey paper says there are lots of sliver. on.the wrong side of hu man nature, while the right side' is planed down ami sandpapered. S3 Pi o D w o En o C3 ca o PS o 03 U ft ft J p. a o o OQ B d o i h 1 S . .A TARCtK stock of t 5 v. 15 v mm VA M AT WETMORE & OO's. Domestic Goods of all Kinds At "Wetmore & Co's. iHmr y CI del Trintim d and Untnmmcd Hats, Ladies' Fur Caps, Flowers, Tips and Humes, at WETMQKK & CO'S. CLOAKINGS & CLOAKS ! Kvery body is invited to look over the stock of cloths, trimmings and reaily made cloaks. LA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 October 1879

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 October 1879

n -. -v-'- - : -- - .': J , , . , , - - ft .- : " AS-? I a ' i;a'J j;':T Hi itm..r) vm'!.-.7;?..if;.i ' ' c l' ' VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25. 187k -k . ; : : : : lj ; ' -r.-!.::7- ro-ht-.-R hi.-- 0HEBOY0 AN. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25. iS79i ! "t'1.''?'-. , f. f'T" ' 'i'dnilJVrirKr.NOJ'lG' t - THE WTCJCKXjY 1 , AT A TRIBUNE: PUBLISHED EVfcRT SA.TUBDAT BT W.GHANDLEtt. CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one yew, - - - - WOO Omt, 0py, six months, . r-v -c . f-Cv 2J One opy three months. - - . - . ? , . , FAT ALWAYS IS ADVASCB. a..iu.tknait1iiii nhaTinrnil ftnnntr Will f6- eeive their papers tree by mail, and those li vingj - - 1 - 1 Y. .... knitaoo'nri'. paid by the publisher. - - - ---w ' Rites of Advertising: ,r " One-lialf inch space (six lines Nonpareil or essK for oe insertion, 5 cents ; one Inch space, for one insertion, 50 cents; lor each additional Inch, one insertion, 50 cents. 0 For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices willbe siren at the...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 October 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village EDITORIAL. NOTES. The official returns of the Congres sional election in . California gave the Republicans all of the four members of Congress by good majorities. Berry, Re publican, in the Third District, has a majority of 248. " It is six years since Jay Cooke failed, Money commanded then as high as percent, per day. Annual loans are now made as low as 414 per cent- and within the past five weeks $24,000,' 000 in specie have been received from abroad, ii ; ' .- ' It is said that Hewitt, late chairman of the Democratic committee, is not cast down by Swing's defeat, and only re grets that the majority was not twice as large, as he wants all soft money Demo cratic leaders put out of the way at once and forever. While in this land we are rejoicing at our plenty, the distress in Hungary, among the agricultural classes, is such that it is feared the measures undertaken for their relief by the governme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 October 1879

f ... NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1379. START YOURSELF. Deacon David Speers was tekiDg.Bs 5Snfcl w incon- tY--lwl.-':!ilI10n-ln0ktnffi- "i?11' Ktt witk a RobRox KiitJtooMf.ad. ana knitted gray iSSted stocKiuga on his slippered" feet. "f rertaioly. a very wide contrast to the uanasome, stylish looking young fellow who interrupted his uncle with a ..frank and noisy, Good evening, uncle.- Can-I talk awhile with you?". . A , 'SC 73 -"That depends,. Robin, on what you are iroing to talk about I am in - no mood for small talk." . ;; 0 'v "I want to talk about business un cle." . "Humtihr; T iO , s-A. 'A ,., "Yon know, uncle, that Aleck Lang and Ihave long-been inend3.r,Trn J T haveTieatfdisorl do not know" it "Well, we have. To-day, Aleck came to tell me that he was going into the carpet weaving business in Kilmarnock. Hech! "He'll need some bawbees 7or that" "" "His father will help him, and he ask ed. -me to: join him. What do you think ofitr '--. .' ?:"How long have you been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 October 1879

A NORTHERN " TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1879. TOWH TALK. Dr. Reynolds at the Town Hall to- Col.JB. F. Stockbridge was in the ' Vil lage yesterday. : The masons are at work on the second stor.pf the new jail . and . sheriff's resi dence!" ' '' '" ' " ' herevill a temperance rally at 3 JlL 'Come and bring Gospe) ItymnVj Remember the temperance meeting at theTown Hall to-morrow . afternoon at three o'clock, t ..'. .. .. " .', j . , A ne-township has . been-organized in Emmet cpunty, to be - known a Carp Lake.-" It is in the -north - part - of - the county. T f )i'rT The second growths of lilac blossoms stf aWberries, green peas'asparagns and Jetince are ambig the results of the re- warm weamer ill mis siaie. The first snow of. , the, season fell Thursday forenoon. The day was a very disagreeable one. wind from the northwest, and flurries of snow at inter vals during the day. Several lumber camps will be run in Presque Isle county the coming winteri and a- large, amount of cedar and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 November 1879

r 1 ' ......... VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN", SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1879. NO. 17 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVfcRlf SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLEE CHE BO YG AX, MICHIGAX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, Ooeepy.six month. One copy, three months. 2 00 1 00 - SO PAT ALWAT9 IK ADVAKCB. Subscriber within Cheboygan county will I re ceive their papers tree by mail, and lhoe living outside the bounty wil have their postage pre paid by the publisher. Rates of Advertising : One-half inch soace (six lines ess), tor one insertion. 5 cents ; one inch space, forone insertion, 50 tent; lor each additional lach.oneinsertion.Mcents. lftrtre- BDace Foraur.sequentinsertlons.or a larger space, price will be given at the office. Local notices 10 cents per line lor the n!"; sertion.aod 5 cents per line for each subsequent mca?ds in Business Directory, five line or un Jer, $5 per year; each additional line Si per year. Gr RAND RAPIDS & INDIANA K. R Sunday, October 5, 1879. GOINO. NORM So 1 No 3 No & e ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 November 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village EDITORIAL NOTES. Charles Foster, for governor of Ohio, received more votes than was eyer polled before in that state, for any candidate for office, presidential or state. The President has recognized Robert Charles Clipperton as Consul for her Britanlc Majesty for the states of Penn sylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Il linois, Iowa and Wintonsin, to reside at Philadelphia. The cast steel works of Aboohkoff have been ordered to suspend their large private pusin ess, every resource being required to execute the enormous orders of the government of Russia for steel cannon and other implements of war. The daughter of Charley Foster' was visiting in Atlanta on the election day, and when news of the Republican- vic tory came, she was not only congratulat ed, but the young men of the town gave her a serenade in honor of her father's election. . Advices from Utah are to the effect that the Uintah, Utes 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. — 1 November 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1879.- OXLT A WOrfb. Only a word, and it was I who said it. Ana so it ring-s upon my ear to-day; un.ly a word, a taunting jresturo bred it. And well it had its way. "I have not seen him since that bleak Decem- uer When tears were gathered thickly In his eyes, -I haTe not seen him, yet I can remember That start of pained surprise. ' HU heart true and sturdy to n ever, " No doubting weakened any word he spake. He trusted me as one who should forever . Be stanch for loying's sake. . - . ' The soaig fierce between ire, winds are blowing:, - An1 Brief has come unto his heart to-day; While from my eyes the bitter tears are flow- , ingr, I am so far away. JJwill cross over, tell him I repented Ere nisrht had come the little word I spake, 'And well I know that he will be contented . . If I the silence break. - . . A j Tea 1 sure I am that I have been forgiven . ITen from the first, so trysty is his heart, - -Z No word of mine can make me cleaner shrive...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 November 1879

SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1879. TOWS TALK Rather winterish. Shouldn't wonder if it would get up a snow yet before spring. Read the advertisement of McArthur, Smith & Co, and notice change in prices of eoal. cans both houses of the Ohio legislature, with a majority of 31 on joint ballot. The hop given by Prof. Sweet at the Town Hall, on Tuesday evening last was weii aueuaea, ana proved a grand suc cess. The dredge at work for the Cheboygan Lumber Co. broke the arms of the dipper arid was obliged to lay by a couple of days for repairs. The Eureka Base Ball club will give a social hop at the Town Hall on Thanks giymg night. Further particulars will be given in due time. The New York Republican state com- mittee think the state is good for 100,- 000 plurality for Cornell, and 20,000 or 30,000 majority for the rest of the ticket. We would call attention to the adver tisement of the land department of the Detroit, Mackinaw & Marquette rail way company, to be found in another The tempe...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 November 1879

7 VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1879. NO. 19 , , , THE , NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVfcRr SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:; One copy, one year, -One epy, iz months, One copy, three months. 2 00 1 00 SO FAT ALVT8 ADTAKC. . 3ibcribcmirUhlnCheboyfan county will re eeire their papers tree by mail, and those living eatable the county will have their poalage pre paid by the publisher. - Rates of Advertising: One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or ess), tor one insertion cents; one Inch space, for one insertion, 50 tents: lor each additional inch, one insertion, 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be jriYen the onJce- ,v In. Local notices 10 cent per line tor the flrsj in sertion, and 5 cents per line for each subsequent faCards?n Business Dlrectory.flve lines, or tin ier, $5 per year; each additional line l per year. QRA.ND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R Sunday, October 5, 1879. GOING NORTH. So lXoS No 6 P M ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 November 1879

NORTHERN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1879. Offloial Paper of the County and Village THE TENTH U. 8. CENSUS. Next year the tenth U. S. census is to be taken 'and the government ' desires that it should be as complete as possible. This census will be an important one and will not be confined to the enumera tion of the population of the different states and territories, but agricultural statistics will be one of the prominent and important features. It will also in clude the value of forest products and of home manufactures. It is highly im portant to our state, which is interested so largely in agriculture, lumber and manufacturing, that a true return of all these should be made. Francis A. Walk er, Superintendent of the Census has' is sued a circular showing just what will be required, and for the benefit of the citizens of this section we give it place in our columns. From it, it will be seen that the statistics are mostly for the products of this year, and it would be well for our farme...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 November 1879

SATURDAY. XOVEMDKK 15. 1S7X XIOCKIMO TIII2 HAIIY, I har htrr rocking the tmby Hit mom 1 n!t to mlno Anl 1 fancy 1 fm;l th dlrnplwl arm That round h-r nw:k entwlna. As Hbq rock an'l nnikn thj biy, . In ths room jont next to tnlrw. I barber rockln tbo baby Kaeh day whiin tbo twllitrht ftrnnr-s, Ao'l 1 know there's ft world of t;telnff n1 love In tb IUby-bye the bum. 1 ran tbe rct4 flnnrfrs 1'Uyln with "numru'i rlrurs rc;t4 llttln, amlllfur, vmMaif mouth fhat to birra In klMlnv ill nipt, A ah roc a an1 to thn tby, An4 dream a gho r:t an4 alMf. I har hisr roeklnir th !ty Hl'wr an'l mm-r rvnr, AM 1 b'-ar that b9 Is loarln? bur jrool nliflit klxa On him eyw iM chk arvl brrw. From thA rockf wr, mtWng, roeklnt;, I wntvUtr wouW tht trt. ConH b know, through to wall Urtwn tj- Kb ii rocklntr on A bart? wbll tnr ntnpty arrna ar a.hiny Ftr a form ttor mar not pr Arvl my empty brt is breaking , la lw &enAikUs lirtwAlw.. I Hit to tbo rorklnr. raking. In tb room Jwt ntrtt to m)n, AM bratbo a pr...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 November 1879

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1879. 0 fflcia! Paper of the County and Village TOBTi TALK. Smith Brothers are talking of build ing another steamer expressly for car rying freight on the inland route. , Ex-Collector Arthur, of New York city, . is mentioned as the possible successor of the late Senator Chandler as Chairman of the National Republican committee Mr. E. Nelson left on the inland route Thursday morning for Chicago, to pur chase the winter supplies for the store, and lumbering operations the coming winter. ' The peanut stand at Humphrey's dock was burglarized Wednesday night as well as Humphrey's warehouse, but it was a dry haul, the stock all having been removed. 1 1 ; . Smith Bros, have their new hotel at the head of Mullett Lake, up' and enclos ed,' and the floors are now being laid; the work of completing it will be push ed as rapidly as the weather will per mit. In connection with the funeral of Michigan's lamented Senator, the coin cidence was noted that on the same day two v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 November 1879

VOL. 5 CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29.1879. NO: 21 THE WKKIO.Y iORTHERH TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EYMt t SATURDAT BT V. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF : SUBSCRIPTION : OM copy, one rear . -On copy, six month, eopt tare atonths. too FAT ALWAYS IS ADTAHCC . 3wbsrileTwiihia Cheboygan county will re ceive their paper tree by mail. And (none Imif autside the county will have their poalaxt pre paid by the publisher. Rates of Advertising One-half Inch snace (six lines Nonpareil or os).lor one insertion,! eents ; one Inch space, (rone insertion, 50 sen U; tor each additional lach.one insertion, 50 cenu. Foriabseqnent i nsertlons. or A larger space, prices will be given at the office. Local notices 10 cents per line tor the first In eertion.and ft eents per line for each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Directory, five lines or tin ier, 5 per year; each additional line tl per year. RAND RAPIDS A INDIANA R. R Sunday, October 5. 1879. GOINQ NORTH. So 1 So 8 No 6 t m am r w t7 15 7 SO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 November 1879

tr IK SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village .EDITORIAL NOTES. Washington specials announce that a movement has been started by Southern members of Congress in favor of the cre ation of the office of Captain General of the Army, with an annual salary of fifty thousand dollars, to be bestowed upon Gen. Grant for life. : Indiana has the largest school fund of "any state in the Union. It now amounts to $9,000,000 and will soon amount to $12,000,000. Half of the fund is loaned to the state government at 6 per cent, interest, and the remainder to individual borrowers at 8 per cent. -. Ex-Senator John B. Henderson, of Missouri, prefers Bayard to Grant, but thinks that Sherman is the strongest man the Republicans could nominate. On the other hand, ex-door-keeper, ex confederate Fitzhugh. of Texas, thinks that state would give its vote for Grant- Advices from Japaa, which briefly state that over ninety thousand deaths from cholera have already occurred, in dic...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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