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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1880. THE SLANDERER. From heaven's four winds collect in one All things most hateful 'Death the sun. All things that blast, and sting, and kill. All things that do or emblem ill The f post that nips the opening bloom. The blight that seal3 the floweret's doom. The famine's hungry, spectre form. The spotted plague and sweeping storm, , The quicksand's deep, engulfing snare. The sunken rock ttat baffle9 care, The adder's foul and fatal JnS.n The panther's sudden, deadly spring. The robber's grasp and ritiingh and. The cloaked asiasain's ruthles s bra nd,- Thu fparful things collect in one, Indefyou'll f flnd'ttaem all tne- ot by a flood's wide-sweeping tide. Or fleMs where death and carnage ride; Not the lightning's scathing flash. V bv the earthquake's whelming crash; B it by the slanderer's pest-like breath, Tnat smites vour name with worse than death; That, charged with poison straight from hell, Begets all things thn plagues more fell; That often...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 8. 188a TOWS TA I K. A splendid assortment of Ribbons, Flowers &c, at Mrs. Champion's. C. A. Gallagher has an important com munication on the second page that should be read by all. Don't fail to read it. C. L. Smyth & Co. are receiving new furniture by about every boat. Call and see their stock. See the changa in their advertisement.- S. Leganlt & Co. have lots of new goods and in another column give particulars in regard to stock and prices that will be of interest .to all readers of the Tkibcnk. R. K. Horning, postmaster at Riggs ville, received the necessary blanks for that ofliee last Monday and the office was opened the first of the week and is now in running order. The propeller Mary went to Petoskey Monday night and brought over Dr. De Camp, of Grand Rapids, who had been sent for on account of the serious illness of Wm. McArthur. Thursday night was a terrible night. The wind blew a living gale, the light ning kept up the most vivid...

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 May 1880

Geo W Bell ' ' 1 ! " - alTE SUPERIOR t a CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 15. 1880. NO 45 T BC SIS ESS CARDS, -pISANIt J. PIIELP3, Agsatfcr.'tiia Sale and Purchase cf . '- : Lands, . :. i : AND DEPUTY U. S. MARSHAL. ffice with C. A. Gallagher, next door to the poatoffice, Cheboygan, Mich. 1KMPLK LODGK JSo. 331 1. O. O. 'Meets every Friday evening at ion o'clock, at the Mar sonic Hall, over Post & Van Arsdale's store. A cordia. Invitation is extended to all visitin? brethren. F. J. UKESUUM, 4. U. WM. SAULSON, Sec'r. ptHEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. FIBE. MARINE AND LIFE. Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets $6,123,000 00 xinhtt.n Fir nf N. Y assets 826.000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets . 524,500 00 Mutual Life, of N. Y"., assets 86,000,000 00 tSCargo insurance to and from all ports on Lakes Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario lloct G. D. V. HOLLO & Agents. R. H. WERNER'S CIGAS MANUFACTORY, I have removed my Cigar Factory to Third street, 8. Lesrault's building. I am now. able to All any or...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Xntered at tb PostoAce at Cheboygan Mich as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, MAY 15. 1880. Republican State Conrentlaa. A Republican state convention, to select four delegates at large and two from each con gressional district, to attend the Republican national convention at Chicago. June 2, will be held at at the OPERA HOUSE in the city of DETROIT, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1680, at 11 o'clock A. M. i In accordance with a resolution adopted at Grand Rapids, May 1, MM, every" county is entitled to one delegate for each 500 votes cast for governor at the last general election (in 1878), and one additional delegate for every fraction of 300 votes, but each organized coun ty will be entitled to at least one delegate. Under a resolution of 1858, no delegate will be entitled to a seat who does not reside in the county he proposes to represent. - JAMES MCMILLAN, Chairman. R. A. Beal, . D. O. Farrand, James O'Doxkiu, T. 8. Appleoat, CHAS. W. CLISBEE, D. B. Ainoer, Lewis W. Heat...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. MAY 15. 1880. THE PATTElt OF THE SIIINGI.E. ROBERT C. BCRDETTK, When the angry passion leathering In my mother's face I see And she leads me in the bedroom gently lays me on her knee; Then I know that I will catch It, and my flesh in fancy itches. As I listen for the patter of the shingle on my . breeches. . Every tingle of the shingle has an echo and a sting r - - . And a thousand burning fancies into active be ing spring; And a thousand bees and hornets neath my coat tails seem to swarm. As I listen to the patter of the shingle ohl so warm I In a splutter come my father, who I supposed had gone. To survey the situation and to bid her lay it on; - To see her bending o'er me as I listen to the strain Played by her and by the shingle In a wild and weird refrain. In a sudden intermission, which appears my only chanc, I say: "Strike gently, mother, or you'll split my Sunday pants;" She stops a moment, draws her breath, the shingle holds aloft. And says: "I ha...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at tbe Postnffice at Cheboygan . ' Mich., as Second Clans Matter. SATURDAY, MAY 15. 1880. TOWN TALK. Remember the closing dancing school hop of Prof. Roberts. Sweet next Thurs day evening. Go and have a good time. The Collingwood and Chicago line of steamers are bringing large numbers of emigrants from Canada to this section of the state. Rev. Newton will be absent from Che boygan a week or two, after next Sab bath, and Rev. Mr. Conrad will fill his pulpit while absent. - It is reported that the liquor dealers of Cheboygan have contributed over $100 to the campaign fund of the liquor dealers association of this state. The pigeon trappers do not seem to be meeting with very great sncces in this section, only a few barrels of the birds having been shipped from this point, as yet. We would call attention to a letter on the first page, " written to the Adrian Times, by a Cheboygan correspondent. The writer of the letter is a practical farmer of large experience...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 May 1880

i ? Geo W Bell VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 22. 1880. NO 4C . in: superior Jl a s . BUSINESS CARDS, J. PHKLP3, Agsntfor tlia Sale ad Purchase cf Lands; AND DEPUTY U. 8. MARSHAL. SRee with C. A. Gallagher, next door to the postoffice, Cheboygan, Mich. TKMPLB LODGE Wo. 331 -L - 1. J- W- J i r Meets every Friday evening st n'nictfV. at the Ma sonic Hall, over Post & Van A ranla'a ntrrf A COrdia. n vitation Is extended to all visiting: brethren. WM. SAULSON.Sec'y. fHEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. HBE. MAEINE AND LITE. it. Ttt-o. W V oaaota ft.12S.000 00 tjanhattnFire.of N. Y assets- 828,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets K4.500 00 Mutual Life, ot N. i ., assexs w tyCarsro insurance to and from all ports on likes Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario -p II. WERNER'S IGAB MANUFACTORY. I have removed my Cigrar Factory to Third street, 8. Leg-aulfs buildhu. I am now. able to nil any order on short notice. My. Ha vana and Seed Cifrars can not be beat. Orders rT,'7at th FaCtUry r H.'wE...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 22. 1880. CEEBOYCAX HARBOR. During this season, until within a couple of weeks, Lake nuron was lower than it has been known to be before for years and as a consequence the water in the harbor was greatly lowered causing some inconvenience to deeply ladened craft3 in getting in and out of the bar bor. Withm the last ten days or two weeks, however, the water seems to have risen considerably in the lake and this has raised the water in the harbor until now there is better water than at any time last season, and boats that came in without any difficulty during the season of 1879, should nave no trouble in get ting in now.- When the channel was dredged it was claimed there was a depth . of thirteen feet throughout its length and we have no doubt there was at that time, but since then the water in the lake has been gradually falling each year until it reached its lowest point this spring. Those who have lived here for many years say that the lake rises and ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 May 1880

"TV NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at the rostoffice at t heboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 13S0. A MEJIOKV. Written for the Northibs Tribcjte. Back to memory oft will stray The picture, on a winter day Of an agd form and a smiling face, : And a lily held forth with eajrer grace. Through the misty veil of the falling snow Gleamed the silvery hair o'er the placid brow. Shone like a token from Heaven there. In its royal setting the calla fair. As all grow old could faces show forth The golden glory of true soul-worth. What hal'os would brighten the earth around And age like youth with beauty be crowned. OCR MADONNA. BT LOUISA X. ALCOTT. A child, her wayward pencil drew. On margins of her book Garlands of flowers, dancing elves, Bird, butter-fly and brook. Lessons undone, and play forgot. Seeking with hand and heart The teacher whom she learned to love Before she knew 'twas art. A maiden full of lofty dreams. Slender and fair, and tall As were the goddesses she trace...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 22. 1880. TOWN TALK. The Grand Central now sports an ex press wagon of its own. . The Cheboygan Lumber company have put up quite a commodious blacksmith shop at their new mill. The schooner C. llart has been engaged during this week in bringing gravel to improve the streets of the village. Street Commissioner Sammons has a force at work cutting down and grading Young street as per instructions of the Council at a recent meeting. E. Gallagher, of the Spencer ITouse. is making extensive repairs to his hotel and is determined to make it first class in every respect. C. A. Gallagher has received another new billiard table for his billiard room. It was- manufactured by J. SI. Brunswick ec Balk Co., Chicago. Our neighbors of the Democrat have wisely concluded not to let the contract for building their new court house, at least not for a couple of years. The Mullet Lake Ilouse is about com pleted and they are busy putting down the carpets and fitting: ud the...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 May 1880

' .". r ' gsttasia!tih ' ' - iieoWBell VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 29. 1880. NO 47 BVS1NESS CARDS, JpRANK J. PHELPS, Agsntfor the Sale ad Purchase of i i' Lan&s : AND DEPUTY U. S. MARSHAL. office with C. A. Gallagher, next door to the postofiice, Cheboygan, Mich. 'JIKMPLK LODGE No 331 1. o- u. X 'Meets every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the Ma sonic Hall, over Post & Van Arsdale's store. A cordis. n vitation is extended to all visiting brethren. F. J. BUESL.1N, . U. WM. SAUXSON, Sec'y. O UEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. PISE. MARINE AND LIPE. nome,Fire, of N.Y assets $6,125,000 00 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y assets- 828,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets 624,500 00 Mutual Life, of N. i., assets 86,000,000 00 IF" Cargo Insurance to and from all ports on Lakes Michigan, Huron, Superior and Ontario' lloct G. D. V. HOLLO & CO., Agents. B. H. WERNKR'S CIGAE MANUFACTORY. I have removed my Cigar Factory to Third street, 8. Iegault's buildin. I am now. able to fill any ord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 May 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at the Postoffice at Cheboygan Mich., aa Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1880. TIIF. BUSINESS OCTLOOK. From the Detroit Post and Tribune. There has been no time since the re sumption of specie payments when the country was in a more healthy condi tion than it is at the present hour. It was natural that the feeling of security created by resumption should give the impulse to business that it did. When this impulse was first felt the only cause of apprehension for the immediate fu ture was that the reaction from the ex treme dullness of the preceeding years should be too instant and violent. In rrpasfl of eonsnmDtion bevond imDera- tive wants is promoted by prosperity, and that in time adds to prosperity. i?re- auentlvthis increased consumption is an inspiration. But whether it finds its cause in a belief in better times, or in their actual existence, unlass it is wide spread and permanent, the prosperity based on it is an illusion, fortunately the inc...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 29 May 1880

i NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY -29, 1880. THE MOTHERLESS TURKEYS BT MARION DOSAXD. The white turkey was dead! The white turkey am uoami How the news through the barnyard went nyinjj! Of a mother bereft four small turkeys were And their case for assistance was crying. E'en the peacock respectfully folded his tail, As a suitable symbol of sorrow; . And his plainer wife said: "Now the old bird Is dead. "VTho will tend her poor chicks on the mor row? And when the evening around them comes dreary and chill Who above them will watchfully hover?" Two each nijrht will 1 tuck 'ncath my wings," said the duck, "Though I've eight of my own. I must cover." WI have so much to do ! For the bugs and the worms -In the garden ti3 tiresome pickin; I have nothing to spare for my own I must care." said the ben with only one chicken. "How I wish," said the goose, I could be of some use. For my heart is with love overbrimming; The next morning that's fine they shall go with my nine Little yellow-backed...

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 May 1880

NORTHERN TOM. SATURDAY, MAY 29. 1S80. TOWS TALK. Chebovcran hotels are being well patronized now-a-day9, and the landlords are nappy. We are indebted to Dr. A. L. Curtis, for merly of this village, for late Philadel phia papers. McArthur, Smith & Co.'s mill is cut tine at a lively rate and is averaging over 100,000 feet of lumber per day. Messrs. Carkin. Stickney & Cram will have the appropriation for the harbor, made last year, worked out the first of next week. Read Charles Bellant's advertisement in this issue. Mr. Bellant is bound to at tract trade to the east side if good goods at low prices will do it. The Diseon tranners complain of the black flies, and say they are a great deal more numerous than Dteeons and that they make it rather more interesting ior them than they like. As a consequence they are gradually disappearing from this section. ....... We understand Dr. W. W. Bowes has purchased the notth Neipoth building, and lot. and intends making some im portant impr...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 June 1880

tjS (.AMU 4 kYX SUPERlORvi C N A D A VOL. 5. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 5. 1880. NO 48 ! ' ! BUSINESS CARDS, pRANK J. PHELPS. ; Agent far the Sale ad Purchase of " ' " " ' Lands, V ANDDEPUTYU. S. MARSHAL. office irith C. A. Gallagher, next door to the postoffice, Cheboygan, Mich. 1EMPLE LODGE No 331 1. O. O. J Meets every Friday evening a sonic Hail, over root, at u Arsdale's store. A cordia. nvltation la extended to all viritiiur brethren. F. J. BKESLIN, N. G. WM. SAULSON, Sec'y. ,1HEBOYGAN IliSiraANCE AGENCY PISE. MARINE AUD LIP2. 1 Home, Fire, of N.Y., fiswt9:...-t6,lJS.00O 00 ii. i...n vim V V Buft9 826.000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets o-SOO 00 Mutual Life, of N. Y., assets 86,000,000 00 tyCarpro insurance to and from "I1?9 n Latea Micnisran, numn, bufmii lloct G. D. V. ROLLO & CO.. Agents. i J.'.T . H. WERXKR'9 . . --Li'. . - . i amrr CI5AB MAUX AUiwftii I have removed ray Cisrar Factory to Third street, 8. Lejraults building I an nw. abteto nil any order on short noti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at the PostofHue at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1880. The Northern Pacific Extension. The House committee on the Pacific railroads, with two dissenting votes, have decided to recommend the passage of the Newberry bill, grant an extension of six years to the Northern Pacific rail road. The bill allows actual settlers to purchase a half section of land from the company instead of a quarter section, as originally provided. The second section of the bill, as amended, authorizes the secretary of the interior, "At his discre tion, to examine, under oath, the officers and agents of the company, and such other persons as he may deem expedi ent, touching or concerning their lands, construction and equipment, and to audit and determine for the purpose of this account, the amount to be properly and justly allowed as such." The Third section, as amended, reads "that when the total amount of sales of said land sold by said company shall am...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JUNE 5. 18SO. CLOTHED IX WHITE. BY JOSEPH VIKIT. Clothed in white a hatrov child at Blar. Her face all radient aa the hues of mornings With f SL-7y sieps she trod ; A creature lovely as vhe flowers in may. Who could bewi Ich us with her coldish scern in. Or rule us with a nod. Clothed in white with blossoms in i her hair. A maiden whom to love appeared a out A spell around her nuns: A sense of all that Nature makes most fair. That filled with rapture all who watcned her bfiftlltT Or heard her silver tongue. Clothed in wh'te she heard the weddingr-chime, Blushimr beneath her crown of orange flowers, . As her soft answer flows Like music, with no prescience of the time When o'er her life, which love so fondly dowers. The shadowy grave will close. Clothed in white her form we seem to see tthine in the glory of a new existence Defying Time ana night, And from all earth-born memories set free: While we, like travelers to:Ung in tha dis tance, Yearn for the com...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 5 June 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 5. 1880. TOWN TALK. Monday and Tuesday nights were quite cool. Tuesday .morning there was a slight frost. The first installment of railroad iron for the Marquette road passed up through theSault canal on the Winslow last week. The good work of repairing sidewalks still goes on and quite an improvement in the walks of the village has been made. Pigeons are reported numerous in the region of Burt and Crooked lakes. Three nestings are also reported between this village and Rogers City. Read the advertisement of Wetmore & Lathrop. This firm work hard, buy close and are able to give good bargains. They have a good trade and sell for ready pay. The" seven boilers of the Cheboygan Lumber Company supply their mill with an abundance or steam, and it can be heard blowing off at all hours of the day. A letter from Collector Chandler states that the business of the Sault canal, so far this season, has been greatly in ex cess of any previous season for the sa...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 June 1880

ii SUPERIOR ilX i r ' s , 4 CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 12,?188p;v;; NO 49 f 5 FT8" BUSINESS CARDS, 1RANK J. PHELPS, Eurckase of liVD dep urr r. -sr. marshal. to Sl 003 QaJkgfcr,? n door to. the r Meets ev'ertftyidsiy evening at 7;30o'xjloca.a the. M; Mnlo Hall, orr i-ost A vai rC r ArMoltfsatOKV nvltaupnis exte.nxea to au nnuar preiareu. , r '.. f . jr..jujb&i4Uxi. jut. . WM.AtnON,Setfy. 1 Hr5. Ere. oUNIYi'assM V 1 fR W Afiuatf an. Ffter W NrYS assets ' Detroit Fire and Marine, assets , 524,500 00 Mutual Life, of N. x M assets 6,000,000 00 TOSEPH COCHRAN, fCan be ffcund atlne ofacefcf SaiiU Bros, D6vn, Mich. . . , Designs for Buildings of all kinds furnished u luurt uuum. MACKINAC ISIblttCIlirfAN, Mrs. D. Carson, Proprietress.' mHIi house lplasanloc35Bdrferihe ateamboat Unilng,- Ji-ciasdn.Jwery nspect. Special terms to summer tourists on application by correspondence. Within three minutes walk of the steamboat docks. CHEBOYGAN, MICH. E, GALLAGHER, - PROPRIETOR. Ttaia well-known h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 12 June 1880

NORTHEPS TRIBUNE. Entered at t jw Postofflc t s i,eboygaii "cr... a Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. JUNE IZ, iSSO EDITORIAL KOTO. A bill has passed the Senate authoriz ing the sale of the Detroit arsenal. The delegates chosen by the Demo cratic State Convention of South Carolina are said to be unanimous for Bayard for President. The National debt was diminished nearly sixteen millions of dollars dur ing the month of May. As loug as the Republicans are at the helm thi reduc tion will steadily continue. The 16,000 Methodist churches of this country owe debts aggregating $7,000, 000. The Bishops in their report to the general conferenceeverely censure the trustees who mortgage the church prop erty in order to defray current expenses. The Pittsburg (Penn.) Commercial has a report that the Hon. S. B. Mason who was the Greenback-Labor candidate for Governor of their State two years ago, has abandoned that party and became a Republican. He was a Democrat before he joined the Greenbackers. T...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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