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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 January 1880

TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 10, 1880. OHTIIOGKAPIIICAL. "With tragric air the lovelorn heir . Once chased the chaste Louise; She quickly gruessed her gruest was there To please her with his pleas. Now at her side he kneeling sighed His sigtis of woful size: "Oh, hear me here, for lo, most low I rise before your eyes. This soul is sole thine own. Louise T will never wean, I ween. The love that I for aye shall feel. Though mean may be its mienl' You know I cannot tell you no," - The maid made answer true "I love you aujrht, as sure I ought To you t is due t dol" Since you are won, O fairest one. The marriage rite is right Tbe chapel aisle I'll lead you up This night," exclaimed the knight. Eugene Field. MASrUUF.D BY PA SSI OX. Aunt Aimle'a Story. "I admit that Rath is quick-tempered, and that she often says things mat sne does not mean. It was Hannah Cleaves who spoke, and was defending her youne and pretty ennain. who had been not quite two Tear the wife of Charles Gray. "Stiir said S...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 January 1880

Official Paper oft he County and Village SATURDAY; JANUARY 10. 1880. TOWN TALK. . i We are indebted to Senator Ferry for valuable public documents, r ' j , Read Gallagher's new advertisement, which may be found on the inside . of this issue- , . .--r -r Remember the annual meeting of the Agricultural Society at the court house next Momiav afternoon. open the skating rink next week rThat - 13 pruviueu me weamer is com enougn to make ice. . It 9eems difficult for some to remein ber that this is 1880. : We have received several communications this week which n.ive been dated, from force of habit. 1879. -Last Sunday t was a most delightful day overhead. Clear and sun shining f warm. , In the- southern portion of the r state they had heary rains which did ' great damage to bridges and roads.' Gates & Fay of Bay City report a sale of 500,000 feet of pine lumber at $7, $14 and $30. A Bay City party has been oer ed for 8,000,000 feet of stock, to be put in this, winter and manufactured ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 January 1880

VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17. 1880. NO. 28 THE WRKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVfcKr SATURDAY BI W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION oe copy, one year, ... Oneo py, six months, - - -One copy, three month. SZ 041 1 On 54) PAT ALW ATS IS ADT tKCE. Subscribers within Cheboygan county will re eeive ihetr papers Iree bv mail, and thoae living tutsi-le the countv will have their poslag; pre paid oy the publisher. ' ' ' Rate3 of Adve Using: One-hall iitf.h snacc tcix unen Nonpareil or '). tor oieinertifn. 'Scents; oneinen space, loriMiei-t-tertio, &sent: lor each additional inca.onein-tertion.Micems tj".r tu'isequent i naertiono. or a larger space. price will it tven at the oulce. Local ao'lees m cents per line tor the first in- erjon.aaa 5 coats per line tor eacn suuimquem irneruon. O rd in Uiisiness Directory, five lines or nn ier, $5 per year; each additional line fl lei year QKAND KAPIOS & INDIANA It. Ii Sunday, October 5, 1879. GOING X0RT1I. S...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 January 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Paper of the County and Village SATURDAY, JANUARY 17. 1SSO. TO BE, OR NOT TO BE. The question as to whether Black River shall be so improved as to make it a navigable stream is now entirely in the hands of the citizens of Cheboygan, As indicated in onr little reference to the matter last week, the Board of Con trol at its meeting on the 9th., inst. took favorable action, although guarded by some conditions, but no more perhaps than the interest of the state demanded. The Board voted to give 7,CS0 acres of land to any company organized under the laws of the State for the improvement of Black River. The company to have not less than $15,000 subscribed stock of which 25 'per cent, should be paid in The offer to remain open ninety days. It would seen almost unnecessary at this time to say anything to, the citizens of Cheboygan in regard to the impor tance of securing the completion of this entsrprise. The benefits would seem to be so plain that they should be ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 January 1880

II NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JANUARY IT, 1SSO. a r.i'isoon of the iiusso-runit- XSII TAU. In hi3 wind-shaken tent the soldier sits, hiru ti:iro3 an oil-lamp sulkily, Whose dim light glooms and nickers on tho sheet. Of riKtlin? paper that with enarer eyes And h'Mirt, intent he reads. Now with a smile The tiaxen-bertrded sunburnt face lijfhts up A ?inile that In the smiling breeds a ptun AVithin his yearinir heart; the gentle hand That those sweet loving words had traced, will he , - F.ver aain in his protecting clasp E-if.)ldit? Who can tell He can but kiss, With wild intensity, the pa?o that hand Hath touched. -Each liue, each word read and re-read,. At last there is no more. ith swimming eyes He looks, and drinks her nameinto his soul. Yet see those lines, with pencil widely ruled, Where largely sprawl bijr letters helplessly; What do they say, those baby characters. So feebly huge? "Loved Papa, "When will you come home again? "My own dear Papal" As he reads this the tent to him ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 January 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 17, 1880. TALK. Last Monday, it snowed thick and fast at Cincinnati. Attention is call to an advertisment headed "lost" in another column. Dr. C. A. Perrin, of Charlevoix spent a few days in the village this week. The disappearing of the snow has made dry wood a scarce commodity in the village. The feed mill of G. P. Langdon is kept running most of the time grinding feed for the different lumber camps. The Black River race track, on the ice, is occupied almost every day by the owners of fast nags trying their speed. Lake Superior steamboat combina tions, located in Chicago, Detroit and Buffalo, are said to be under way for next season's business. Last week the little Golden Eagle was making trips between Sandusky, Ohio and the islands, the lake and Sandusky bay being free from ice. The State Board of Auditors finished their annual settlements with the several state institutions Friday of last and found the accounts of the state of Michigan all "0....

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 January 1880

WAD A I 1 , : 6 ii CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. 1880. :m . 29 VOL. 5. mmjnnii'imi .. 'sw wf jmc kHFm I . V 17 h ?l JJ '( -1' THE WK KKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. IUBMSIIKD EVfcKT SATURDAT B1 W. CH ANDLER ClIEBOYOAS. MICHIGAN. " A. F XEE, PRACTICAL Watchmaker andJJew.ler AGENT FOR A.N U t'AxT Effl FF UK Ett 6USSES AND THE Bockford Watch Oo's Quick -Train Watches. DEALER IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Fancy G-oodst Books, Stationery, "Wall Papsrs, Picture Frames, &c. Main Street, Opposite Postoffice. HcArthur, Smith & Co., STORAGE. FORWARDING. AND DOCKAGE, Dealers In! Calcined plaster, Hair, Cement, .Land. Plaster, Salt. COAL AND WOOD. Steamboat Cal, BUckamith Oal. "d Ctc-imp Prices for the following descriptions of Coal. Steam boa Coal - - $4.00. Briar Ilill coal - - $4.40. Chestnut Coal, - - $5.25 Stove CoaJ, - - $55 I wish to annnounce to the public that I am ISTow Prepared To aupply all who desire goods in my line such aa JVesA Bread. Buns, Rolls, Ctke of At Kinds. 1 also keep ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 January 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Paper of the County and Village SATURDAY. JANUARY 24. 188a SHALL CIIEBOYGAX COUNT r BE LEFT BEHIND? We notice in our exchanges that some of the counties in northern Michigan are perfecting organizations for an active campaign this year, to induce immigra tion to the respective counties. The cit izens realize the importance of a united effort, and accordingly are forming as sociations that the efforts may be made with some system, and the advantages offered to settlers in these counties be as widely disseminated as possible. We have no doubt but that the effect of these organizations will be to largely increase the immigration to these counties dur ing this season, and for all future time should they continue to keep up the organizations and work harmoniously to accomplish the object for which they have joined themselves together. The day was when this section of our state was looked upon as unsuitable for farm ing purposes, valuable only for the pine timbe...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 January 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. r SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1880. : TOO MUCH OF A LADY., ' f When Eve In the garden was plucking the rose And enjoying the Eden walks shady,. . .. I wonder if ever she turned up her nose, ' - '. And sighed, "I'm too much of a lady I - - Too much of a lady,' dear Adam, to work, ... . A helpmeet was made to be petted; - -Tou keep things in order, I really must shirkj Though the fact, dear, ia highly regretted. To-day she has daughters whose delicate hands Are wholly unfitted for labor; It almost fatigues them to nutter fans. When they languidly call on a neighbor. Their mission on earth is to gossip and dress. And live upon life's sweetest honey, - -And they haven't a bother a -nd titrable unless Their masculine bank fails in money. ( , It isn't the loveliest thing, to be sure, To dabble in cooking aud dishes, Ttnt never a home wa kept tidy and pure Br dainty, sthetical wishes. , T am free to confess there U something in life M.re attractive than putting a stich in, And ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 January 1880

r Offloial Paper of the County and Village SATURDAY, JANUARY 2i. 1880. Toxrn TALK. The recent snow has "busted the eorner in the dry wood market. It seems to be difficult for some of our correspondents to remember this is 18 a t. - H. W. Seymour, of Sault Ste. Marie, was in the Tillage Sunday, on his way to retoskey to take the train south. W. Chandler, collector of the Sault Ste. Marie canal started Sunday morning for the Sault. He crossed the straits that day on the tug Minter. Watts S. Ilumphrey expects to start for Lansing to-morrow- morning to at tend to some cases in the Supreme Court in which he is interested as at torney. Geo. TV. Bell starts to-morrow morning to attend the annual communication of the Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons of Michigan, at Detroit next Tuesday. . The Amateur Dramatic Club are re hearsing a new play, and we presume : will, at some future time, favor our citi rens with another of their enjoyable en : tertainments. The fire company was out Wednes...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 January 1880

! - . . ; ;.KE SUPERIOR ' '' ' T ) VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN", SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. 1880. NO 30 THE WKEKLY , NORTHERN TRIBUNE. UBLISntD EVfcRY SATURDAY BT , W. CHANDLER, - CUEBOYCIAX. MCHIGAK. " A. FEXER, I. ... - PRACTICAL : " Watchmaker and Jeweler AGENT FUR 71 AND PATENT EASX HITING EYE GLASSES AND THE Hockford Watch Co's CELEBRATED Quick -Train Watches. DEALER IN Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Fancy Goods. Books, Stationery, Wall Papsrs, Pictnrs Frames. &c. If a in Street, Opposite Postoffice. MiArthur Smith k Co., H I OR AGE., FOR WARD IS a AND DOCKAGE, Dealers In? Ca'cmBd plaster, H air. Cement, Land Plaster, Salt. COAL AND WOOD. .StrarabnitCal. Blacksmith Coal, 4 r.tc tnut Prices for the following ' descriptions of Coal. iSteftmbtat Coal - - $4.00 i'.rl tr Hill coal - - $4.40. ttnutCoal, - - $5,25 St ce Coat, - - $5.35 LAND DEPAR T31 EN T, hi, Mackinaw & Marquette RAILWAY COMPANY. Notice to Settlers. SETTLERS upon the land9 of the Railway Company are again notified to make ap- li...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 January 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. ORlcial Paper of the County and Village SATURDAY. JANUARY 13. 1880. MICHIGAN T. THE WEST. Go where you will you will find pam phlets, circulars, &c, extolling the prai rie states of the west as the great 1 Dorado for farmers. The advantages of haying land cleared ready for the plow are dwelt upon and impressed upon the reader. The nature of the soil and its productive qualities are set forth in the most glowing terms, and nothing is left unsaid to produce in the minds of the reader that the western states are above all others the states for farmers. These phamphlets and circulars are printed and sent broadcast in the inter est of the great railroad lines owning large grants of land in that section, and it is to be expected they have put forth the best showing possible. The picture is seen only from the bright side and the results of only the most favora ble and prolific years are given. They do not mention the many drawbacks which farmers encounter. They say no...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 January 1880

NURTHEKN TKlBUNt SATURDAY. JANUARY 31, 18S0. W I XX ICS WKLCO.HE. Well, Shamus, what brought ye? It's dead, sure, I thought ye; V hat kept ye this fortnight from calling on . me? Stop there! Don't bo lyln ; It' no use denyln' I know you've been waitin' on Kitty ;g ". Sin's ould and she's homcl: There girl young a;vl ein;l. Wh v 1 ved jtju UJ433 1 i 'i .i::d botte than she; But, Med I'm not cirl i. I'm gUd I've no sh ve in Thj I ve of a b y wh J Kltt" Magee. Away! Tm nt cryin , Your chirga I'm deuyin. You're wrong to attribute such weakness t me; . ' . I'd have ye be knowin They're shed out of pity f r Kitty M ige?. Fo- mine an consated, ' ' Wil p ide overweighted, - C'Ud. heartless and brutal, she'll find ye to be; Whn ye she'll be gettin' She'll soon be regttin She e'er changed her name from plain Kitty Magee. What's that? Am I dhramin'? You've only been shammin', Ju9t thryin to test the affection in me; But you're the sly divil 1 There, now I Plase be civil; Don't hug me to death,...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 January 1880

rrm in Kntcred at the rout office of Cheboygan, Mich., at Second Clana Matter. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1880. TALK. We learn from the Inter-Ocean that the tug Leviathan i3 offered for sale. . : It is reported that a new bank will te started in Cheboygan within the next sixty days. Remember the election of officers of the Cheboygan county Agricultural So ciety takes place Saturday afternoon, February, 21st, 1880. , . J The State Board of Control rejected all the bids for building the eastern divis ion of the Cheboygan and Cross Village State road and ordered it be re-advertised for new proposals. L. L. Sehemerhorn, of Oxford, Mich, want. to know the , whereabouts of his father Jphn G. Schemerhorn. When last heard from he was living on a home stead near Douglas lake in this county. W. C. Ilayes is manufacturing a lot of cant hooks and driving tools for a luin bering firm in Walla Walla, Washington Territory. That shows that Cheboygan mechanics are getting quite an exten sive reputation. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 February 1880

, 1 ' : , i.i : : .KE, superior - ' ; ' ; 1 VOL. -I CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1880. NO 31 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. "UBLISIILD EYhltT SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, - - 12 w Oae cpy, six months, - - - -10 One copy, three months. 5 PAT ALWAYS IS ADVANCE. tibscriber within Cheboygan county will re ceire their paper tree by mail, and those living tuuide the county will have their poelagi pre paid by the publisher. . ... Rat 63 of Ad ve Using : e-half iuch suae (six lines Nonpareil oi en), lor one insertion. i5 cents; onelncn space, ioroas insertion, 50 cents; lor each addition inaU, one insertion, 50 cents. for tunsequent insertions. or a larger space, n rices will be given at the office. Local notices to cents per line tor the first in- tr ion, and (cents per line for each subseqnent i-i-nion. Hrdsin Business Directory, five lines or nn er, $) per year; each additional line tl pe- ir , - HAND KAPIDS fc INDIANA I. P. Sunday, Octob...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 February 1880

Official Paper of the County and Village SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1880. THE IttAIKE DECISIONS. The Supreme court of Maine having in three different decisions, unanimous ly rendered by the full bench, decided against the Fusionists in their efforts to steal the Legislature and State gov ernment, the Democratic and Green back organs of the country which have been championing the cause of the de feated, are now trying to defend them selves as well a3 the conspirators in Maine by claiming that the decision is a partisan one and therefore not entitled to its full weight. The New York Times calls attention to the fact that the decis ions are concurred in by J udge Libby, a pronounced Democrat, and also by Chief Justice Appleton, who has been upon the Supreme bench for twenty-eight years, and for the last seventeen years Chief Justice. Judge Appleton was appointed as a Democrat by a Democratic governor. In every decision rendered upon the question these gentlemen have con curred. Certainly Ju...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 February 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Entered t the FoatofHcti at Cheboygan Mich. i as Second Claift Matter. ' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, ISSO. NEIG1IBOII JONCS. I'm thinking, wife, of neighbor Jones, the man with the stalwart arm -He lives in peace and plenty on a forty-acre farm; , When men are all around us with hearts and hands a-sore, , M Who own two hundred acres, and still are wanting more. Ho has a pretty little farm, a pretty TlitUe He hasa lovinir wife within, as quiet as a His chUdret;ply aut the door, their father's hinrt to charm, Lookio?Ju t as neat and tidy as the tidy little farm. . No weeds are in the cornfield, no thistles in the oats; The horses show good keeping by their fine aad glossy coats; The cows within the meadow, resting1 'neath the beachen shade. Learn all their gentle manners from a gentle milking maid. Within the field on Saturday, he leaves no cradled grain To be gathered on the morrow for fear of com ing rain; He lives in Joy and gladness, and happy are hi3d:iys: lie keeps t...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 February 1880

OftlolalPaper ofthe County and Village SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 188a TOWTI TALK. Lent commences next Thursday. Next Saturday will be Valentine's day. Wm. IL Bullen, of Chicago armed in the Tillage last evening. Cedar posts and tie9 are coming in lively since the sleighing ha improved. Sleighing never was better and our - lumbermen are all happy over the pros pect of getting in a full stock of logs. Wm. Patterson received a large lot of doors by rail to Petoskey, and thence by stage to this village, arriving here last Monday. Last Monday the Secretary of War sent to the Senate the report of the sur vey of St. Joseph river and for a break water at Mackinac. We see by the Concord News that Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Spencer and family had arrived there on the way to visit their . friends in Pulaski. : A letter written at' the Sault, by Col lector Chandler, January, 19th was re ceived here last Monday afternoon, two weeks on the road. . The great trespass suit in which some our citizens are interest...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 February 1880

r. 4 .iE.' SUPERIOR -.A-i 4 ' A W N A D A VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1880. NO 32 1 - ft 1 s M ill pwr i ; i'7 i- THE WKEKLY. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. I'UBLISHtD EYtRT SATCRDAT BT ' W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, - - One copy, six months, -One copy, three months. $2 00 1 00 50 FAT ALWATS IS ADVANCE. Subscribers within Cheboyran county will re eeire their papers tree by mail, and those living utside the county will have their poslajc? pre paid by th publisher.- Rates of Adve tising : ... . One-half inch SDace (six lines Nonpareil or 'ess), tor one insertion, 45 cents; one Inch space, lor oue insertion, 50 cents; lor each additional inch, one insertion, 50 cents. Foriuhsequent insertions. or a larger space, prices will le given at the oQlce. Local notices to cents pr line tor the first in sertion, and 5 cents per line for each subsequent -mteuion. Uar.lsia Business Directory. Ave lines or un er, $5 per year; each additional line II ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 February 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Paper oft he County and Village SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1880. THE BLACK KIVER 171 PROVE MEPIT. Time is fast passing and less than sixty days are left in which the offer of the State Board of Control granting 7, 680 acres of swawp land to any company organized nnder the state law for the improvement of BlacK river, tne com pany to have subscribed not less than $15,000 and 25 per cent of that amonnt to be paid in, can be made good. The stock books have been open for subscrip tions since Monday, the 19th day of Jan nary, but we regret to say so far there has been but little interest manifested, in the way of subscribing to the stock. in the enternrise. Whv this is so we cannot conceive. The enterprise is cer tainly one that should commend itself to the citizens of the county as of utmost importance to the future of both the vil lage and the county. We have so fre quently shown the great benefits to the county and village, arising from the opening up the inland...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
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