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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 November 1879

TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1879. , MOW TOM BECAME A MF.MBEU CONGRESS. OF There was a little fellow among the New England hills, years ago, as there are many now, whose parents were poor. He could not rememDer tne lime wnen he wore shoes and stockings in the sum mer. Sometimes in the winter, when he was obliged to walk three miles to school, and wade through snow drifts that did not melt until the last of Mayjie did wear such as his father had rejected, and a pair of shoes that slipped up and down every step he took.- Nevertheless, they were shoes and stockings; and he was infinitely prouder of them than any king living is of his crown. One day, as Tom was plodding along with his slip-shod shoes, 'puffing from ' exertion, and blowing his blue lingers to keep them warm, there came dashing down the hill a sleigh -' such as the youngster had never seen; no, indeed.not even dreamed of. And the horse! Tom stopped blowing, so intense was his ad miration of the elegant creature that ca...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 November 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1879. TOVTM TALK. The storm of yesterday caused a delay in the arrival of the mail. The report of the weather for the week ending Thursday evening can be found in another column. Congress meets next Monday and Michigan's representatives have been hastening to Washington to be in readi dess for the session. ; G. P. Langdon has his feed mill about ready to start up and will soon be pre pared to grind out feed a the rate of 'several tons per day. - The Saginaw Ilerald brings out the lion. David II. Jerome as a candidate for Governor, subject to the approval of the Republican State convention. Since the road froze up and was greas ed with snow, the mail from Petoskey has been making much better time, and now arrives each day at a very seasona ble hour. , 4 Amipt is going to build two new light ers for McArthur, Smith & Co. this win ter, and will have them completed in time for the opening of navigation in the spring. Henry Amiot has built a b...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 December 1879

( VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN', SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0.1879. NO'. 22. " '(i THE WKEKLY , NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVfcKlf SATURDAY-BT W: CHANDLER cue bo yoa n, memo AX. TERMS OF SUBSJRIPTION: One copy, one year, -One e py, six months. One copy, three months. 52 00 . I 00 50 FAT ALWAYS IS ADVANCE. 4iitr.rihrit.hin Cheboygan countr will re eeive their papers tree by mail, and thoe living utsiaetne county win nsra tueir puiag. pic paid by the publisher. Rates of Advertising : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or ess), tor one insertion, 25 cents ; one men space, for one insertion, 50 tents; tor each additional Inch . nnf i nurtion. Ml cents. Korsuhseqnent i nsertlons. or a larger space, prices will be given ar, me onice. . , - iw.i nntiRAB lOeents Der line tor the first In enion.and ft cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Directory, five lines or un er, 13 per year; each additional line $1 per year. RAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R VJT Sunday, October 5,-1879. 00...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 December 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1879. Official Paper of the County and Village EDITORIAL NOTES. The recent decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Iowa Emigration Company case unsettled the title to millions of acres of farm lands in that State. In consideration of that fact, and of the multifarious interests involved, the court has reversed its decis ion and opened the case for reargument. It is reported from Montreal'that the British Government is about to establish in the Dominion a militia reserve of ten thousand men for active service at home and abroad, as may be required. When that is done, it is to be hoped there will be an end to the absurd panics that peri odically beset the Canadians when the subject of an Irish invasion from the United States is mooted. The chronic revolution characteristic of Mexican affairs seems to have broken out afresh in the northwest portion of the republic. The only apprehension to which it gives rise, however, appears to...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 December 1879

NORTHERN - TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1879. SOONER OK l-ATEH. Sooner or later the storm shall beat Over my slumber from n" Sooner or later the storm shall rave jr, , iODg grasses above my grave. Ieiisll not heed them where they lie Nothinjr their sounds shall signify; Nothing the headstone's fret of rain; Nothing to me the dark day's pain. Sooner or later the sun shall shine With tender warmth on that mound of mine; Sooner or later in summer's air Clover and violets blossom there. - I shall not feel In that deep-laid rest " ' ' The sheeted light fall over my breast; Nor ever note in these bidden hours The wind-blown breath of the tossing flowers. Sooner or liter the stainks) snows Shall add their hush to my mute repose Sooner or later shall slant and shift. And heap my bed with their dazzling drift. Chill though that frozen pall shall seem, Its touch no colder can make the dream That wrecks not the sacred dread -Shrouding the city of the dead. Sooner or later the bee shall come ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 December 1879

SATURDAY. DECEMBER C. 1879. TOWlf TALK. The mills at Alpena all shut down last week. . A new circular will be put in the Pren- . tiss mill; at Alpena, daring the' winter. Thus far the work upon the new stat ing rink consists of a large pile of lum ber"" ' ; - - - - ' - The work of putting the slate roof upon the jail and Sheriff's residence is now :-. raider way r, . -. r- . . . 'The supreme'court has declared that i the school tax of Alpena is void. About $35,000 was inrolved. Services at the Congregational church to-morrow as usualboth morning and evening, conducted by the pastor, Rev. JT Homer Parker.- '. . " The Northern Transit steamer City of Concord, , which, arrived here Monday night, brought a lot of machinery for the new mills of Thompson Smith and the Cheboygan Lumber company. 7, ' The-Board of Control at its meeting last week authorized R. Robinson, Esq.f Local Commissioner "of the Cheboygan and Cross Village State road, to advertise for proposals for the construction of...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 December 1879

VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATTJRD AY, DECEMBER 13. 1879.r NO. 23. r . . , THE WKEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVfcKt SATURDAY BT W. O HcA N D XiE K CHE BO YGA N, MICHIGAN. J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' , oae copy, one year, . - - Oaecpy,lxaontt b One copy, three month. " $2 00 '1 oo 50 ' FAT iLWlTtl!) AUTAKCB. daotcrlberV within "JTfiic eeive ihir paper tree by.maii.and those Sttheeottty wUl hate their post pre paid by the publisher. Rat 63 of Advertising : one-half inch soace (six linea Nonpareil or lor oue insertion. cents ; one Inch .pace, iSSi, 50 teats: tor each add.uonal insh.oneinsertion.iOcenw. ,Dce. or sequent insertions, or a larger space, prices wilt be mven t'hec,f lor the first in . year - QJtAND UAPIDS & INDIANA U. R Sunday, October 5, 187. GOINQ yORTH. NolNjS No 5 a m t7 15 . U 20 10 40 . 4 36 1160 T SOI 1211 a m. ft 31 12 38 47 1 6.1 t7 45td250 A II t7 05 S 05 t 60 8 SO 4 21 4 15 5 08 ft 10 9 59 ft 33 & 40 10 31 ft 5 8 09 U )( 6 31 6 45 11 45 s7 0M 1 l 11 45 7 20 7 ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 December 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1879. Official Paper oft he County and Village ACTIVE WORK NEEDED. The importance of having our harbor completed was made manifest daring the season just closed by the many dis advantaged vessels labored under in taking on cargoes at this port. During the entire season 'large' crafts were obliged to go outside, into deep water, to complete their cargoes. Last season the large steamers of the Western Transpor tation company called here regularly. The past season, owing to the low stage of water, they could not make the port, and consequently gave Cheboygan the go-by. m It is highly important to the fu ture interests and development of our Tillage that the harbor be completed at the earliest day possible. In order to do this it is necessary that there should be a sufficient appropriation made by Con gress for doing the work. The -question is, is it likely that Congress will make such an appropriation unless our citi zens, who are the most deepl...

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 December 1879

NORTHERN .TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1879. be menu Y4W111LE you cax. There's m crook in every lot," A shadow on the road Through which we journey on to reach A happier abode. As surely as the evening comes To close the eye of day. Will grief appear; and so my dear. Be nappy while you may. We cannot say to Joy "Remain," . Nor unto grief "Depart," The morning and the night must come To erery human heart. And though the twilight hour dispels The cheerful, sunny rays. Shed not a tear; but oh ! my dear. Be merry while you may. The sky may not be always bright. The sea not always calm. Nor breezes spring on argosy Of spices or of balm. Tis time enough to weep and mourn When sorrow has its day; And you'll agree 'tis well to be Right merry while you may. Along the shores of life the tides Have ceaseless ebb and flow; And through the year the seasons have Their time to come and go. Then let us make the best of life. And if not always ray. Or full of glee, why shouldn't we Be merrv while...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 December 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1879. Official Piper of the County and Village : ;towki talk. ; Alexander McDonald started up his new planing mill the first of the week. The putting on of the slate roof on the new jail and sheriffs residence was com pleted last Tuesday. -1 T , The weather prophets are generally : predicting an open winter. We can tell better about it next springs. Remember the'annual meeting at the Congregational church next Monday 'evening. Let everybody interested turn out. . . . ' . . - .- v . The Cheboygan Lumber company talk of having their new mill lighted with the electric light should Edison's experi ments prove a success. . The wind blew quite a , gale last Wednesday evening, and with such force as to blow off a portion of one of the chimneys of the Douglass House. II. A. Wetmore, of Concord, and the senior partner of Wetmore & Co. of this village," ; has been spending the 4 week here looking after various matters con nected with his interests h...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 December 1879

; VV -.J:,U,!j ii i kc ' . ' 'jj " ' :..iKJ,i;;i I r-L'.iliii'J?:. VOL. 5. C HEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1879. NO. 25 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVfcRt SATURDAY BT , W.' CHANDLER ' CHBBOYOAH. 31ICHIGAS. Sew Tear 1880 OUBNY'S ! GHENT'S ! TTE Invite the attention of the citizens of -i VY Cheboygan to our large variety of . CAKES AND CANDIES, Manufactured expressly for our Holiday Trade. fruit Cake, Cream Caramel, Sultana Cake, Chocolate CarameU, Lady Cake, Maple CarameU, Plain Pound cake, Chocolate Drops, r Lady Fingers, - French Bon-lions, llsrangues, all flavors of Chewing Can f dy Constantly on hand. Scotch Short Bread, Kisses, Macaroons. A lanre variety of TEA CAKES kept Cons tantly on hand. MADE to ORDER. On the Shortest Notice for BALL, PARTIES &c, All Kinds rf Wine or Coifs Foot Jellies, Charlotte de Buss, Italian Cream, Pyramids, " Ice Cream, Water Ices, . Sherberts, r Harlequins, Scolloped Ousters, dfc. UcArtlwr, Smith k Co., STORAGE. - V FORWARDING, AX D DOCKAGE, D...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 December 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27 . 1879. Crucial Paper of the County and Village THE CLACK RIVER l.niMlOVE 2TIEXT. The future growth of Cheboygan and the development ot this county depends argely upon the citizens thereof. A lit tle enterprise on the part of our citizens just at this time would secure for our county a benefit that would be lasting. We refer to the improvement of Black river. It must be conceded that the opening of the inland route through Mullet, Burt and Crooked lakes and their connecting rivers has been the means of the rapid development of that section of the county. In proof of this we need only to refer to the Township ofTusca rora, where, as stated last week, a few years since there were no inhabi tants, and now ha3 a population of over 500. That portion of our county has thus been rapidly set tled with a class of industrious and enterprising farmers, who are hew ing, as it were, for themselves out of the wilderness comfortable homes and pro ductive far...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 December 1879

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 18T9. WAS SUE WOMANLY? "Edna Farleigh,youare crazy! I never heard of such a thing in my life. I'm I'm " Mr9. Horton stopped for want of words to express her feelings. Edna smiled, but she stitched away quietly as sne repiieu: "I knew you would be . surprised auntie, but I think a moment's reflec tion will convince you that it is the wisest course. I have but one hundred dollars in the world, and the furniture that was left from the sale. It isn': much, hnt with a fAW ernonciva mill! tions it will furnish the cottage. Dr. Gray approved my plans, and he will rent me the place very reasonably. The grounds are planted with fruit trees, currants, strawberry, blackberry, rasp berry and grape vines, and although tney nave Deen negieeteu, careful prun ing and training will restore them, and they will amply repay it in fruit. Katy will stay with me, and there is Widow Mark s son, a strong, willing fellow whom I can hire" - "Good gracious, Edna, to thi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 December 1879

NORTHERN. TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1879. Oncial Paper of the County and Village TOWN TALK. Happy New Tear. Where are our weather prophets who predicted there was to be no sleighing this winter. John L. Jewell furnishes the supper for the firemen's ball, New Tear's night, which will insure it being a good one. Air. and Mrs. Jerome Leavitt, at home . January 1st. 1880, . assisted by their daughter, Mrs. W. W. Schultz, of Chicago construction of the Detroit, Mackinac & Marquette railroad will all be cut this winter. Services appropriate to the day were held Christmas bvthe Enisponals at the Town Hall, and by the Catholics at St Mary's church. A. Anspach arrived in the village last evening, and will spend a few days in taking an inventory of stock at the cheap cash store. 1 '' ' The weather for the past week has been unfavorable for working on the skating rink, and as a consequence but little progress has been made.. The prizes to be given by the Cheboy gan Fire Co. No. 1 at ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 January 1880

r r ' Kt,r SUPERIOR 'i-x?- $rS ' , c wad a A fe A nX' . . 'tfait' yZTo. ; "V - - ' I V'- 7 1880. fS " : ' 2sO. 26 THE WKKIILY ; NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EYtKY SATURDAi BT W. C HANDLER CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. (TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oaaoepr, one year, - - - Onecpy, six months, - - -One copy, three months. $ 2 00 1 00 50 FAT ALWAYS I ADVANCE. Subscriber within Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and thohe living titside the county will have their poslag? pre paid by the publisher. . Kates of Adve tising ; One-half inch soac (six lines Nonpareil or e), tor ooe insertion, 45 cent9 ; one Inch space. for one insertion, 5 J cents; tor each additional inch, one i nsertion, 50 cents. For 4a9quent insertions. or a larger space, prices will be jjiven at the office. Local notices 10 cents per line tor the first m 4eriion,aad &ccnt9 per line for oacb subsequent insertion. Cards In Business Directory. Ave lines or un !er,S per year; each additional I'ne II per year GRAND ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 January 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 3. 18SO. O.flcial Paper of the County and Village THK NEW YEAR. With this, the first issue of the Tri bune for the year 18S0, we would send a greeting to all the readers of the same. The year 1879 has closed, the balance sheet has been made and the past cannot be recalled. No correction of errors dur ing the year can now be made. In com munities, as in families, every member has a duty to perform, and it would be well for all to ask themselves the ques tion, did I do all I should have done to advance the interests of Cheboygan and this section of the state? If this ques tion can be answered in the affirmative it is well, if not let us with the new year, make new resolves and try during the year we have entered to do what we can to advance the prosperity of our town and county. We do not claim to be prophets or the sons of prophets, yet we think we are safe in predicting for Cheboygan a more prosperous year tnan any previous one has proven since sh...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 January 1880

ii i.' : i 4 4 V . . : NORTHERN " TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1880. Sleep. God bless tho man who first invented sleep I" So Sancho Panza said, and so say I; , Vnd bless him also that he didn't keep His great discovery to himself; or try ?o make it as the lucky fellow might A. close monopoly by "patent right i" Tea, bless the man who first invented sleep! (1 really can't avoid the iteration:) But blast the man, with curses loud and deep. Whate're the rascal's name, or ae, or station. Who first invented, and went round advising-. That artificial cut-off-Mearly rising! " Rise with the lark, and with the lark to bed," Observe some solemn, sentimental owl- ufarfrnVlike these are very cheaply said; SutTre you make yourself a fool or fowl, 1R tnt inquire about their rise or fall, whetwr larks have any beds at all! Phe "time for honest folks to be a-bed," ' Is in the morning, if I reason right ; jind he who cannot keep his precious head upon nis piuow iu in lainj And so enjoy his forty mo...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 January 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. 1880. Official Paper of the County and Village Toi5;m TALK. McDonald & Coeny have a fresh adver tisement in this issue. Read it. Rain this forenoon, which is some thing unusual for Cheboygan at this season of the year. Reparations are being made for a grand masquerade ball, to take place at at the Town Hall. January 15th. The best way to avoid dating your cor respondence 1879 is to have your letter and note heads printed at the Tribune office. Antrim county is trying to find out where its "seat" is. The Clerk has re moved his office to Bellaire, while the the Treasurer and Judge of Probate are still at Elk Rapids. The ice harvest has commenced at Saginaw and the crop is pronounced ex cellent. Large quantities are being stored to create a coldness during the heated term next summer. . The frame of the skating rink is about up. With favorable weather it will not take a great while to enclose it, ' then look out for sport. This enterprise of t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 January 1880

t mi mvm jm m wmxmx mm mmx tzm& ia l-Vr I IIII if II --Mil - jS 113)1 IS I II I I'll ill x- m i -ik 4m- if mi -ip 9 1' in i . 1 1 1 : i - v i - . i a ej 5 ' I l 1 1 "I I IIP 31 . iJI -l 3 Ml . It3iy 1 II 4 I SI , I III 511 - II II 1 1 1 v - W 1-31 1111 Xil w i u v y a f AT VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. 1880. NO: 27 s 1 rL'TtK WKKKL.Y ' NOATHSRN . TRIBUNE. lUBLISIIKI KVbKY 9ATURIAV BI V CHANDLER; C1IEB0YGAX. MICJIIGAX. TERMS OF SU85JRIPTI0N : r 'necopy,one year, - -"' - - f 2 n One c pyalx months, - - - - Id' One copy, three month, - - 5" PAT ALWAYS IS ADVANCE. Sttbcribr wlthinCheboypan county will re eoire their papers tree b mail, and those living (itsiie the countv will have their poslajri pre paid oy the publisher. - Rat33 of Adve tising : - - tie-halt iiK'h i;ic mix .ine Sonp&rfil o 'es). tor one insertion. Sct nts; onetncn pac ; .oroie itirtertioifc, ." ;ents; tor each tddiuona i nch. one i n -tertutn . M cents For -tusequeni Insertion. or a larger space, pri...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 January 1880

TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 10. 1880. THE NEWSPAPER "BOOMS FOB GOVERNOR. Many of the newspapers of the state are actively engaged in ' manufacturing "booms for the numerous candidates for the Republican nomination for gov ernor. While we do not question the right of any newspaper editor to air his individual opinion upon this interesting subject, as he may see fit, we do question tne propriety or an editor becoming so absorbed in his particular "boom as to quote an article endorsing it and his .candidate, and credit it. to a paper in .which it never appeared. The Saginaw . Herald prints the following and credits it to the Northern Tribune: The boom for Hon. D. H. Jerome for Governor still continues to increase, from present indications he is the leading man for the place. Lnder the circum stances we think the city of Detroit ought not to present a candidate. Mr. Jerome will fill the office of Governor, if elected, with universal satisfaction. It is not an experiment to elect him. for...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
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