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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. AUGUST 21. 1880. THORNS AXD ROSES. From mom till night John's hammer rang-. This tale of labor tellings . But oft he marked with envious eye, fcquire Hardy's cosy dwelling. One day the square himself came by; My horse has lost a shoe, John, And that's the least of all my cares; But cares don't come to you, John. The lightning struck my barns last night; My child near death is laid, John; No! life is not what folks suppose, Tis not of roses made, John." . And then the squire rode sadly off. John watched him in amazement. And aa he watched, two faces bright Peeped from the open casement. -He heard his,wife's voice, sweet and low, , His baby's merry lauchter; John gave his anvil such a blow It shook each smoky rafter. - - -"I would not change with squire, said he. Tor all his land and money; There's thorns for him as well as me, But not such roses bonny 1" COMING BACK. Up In a city garret, on a hot Jnno day, a weary woman leaned back in her chair, and presse...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 21 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE Entered at the . rotofHc at Cheboygan Mich., an Second Clans Matter. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1880 TOWS TALK. See advertisement of buggy forsrIe in another column. .4 Wm. Gainor received a new thrashing machine the first of this week. "Whoever heard of a northeast wind drifting SKoke from arouad Cheboygan out over the Strait3. The village council extended the time for collection of village taxes, thirty days from August 18th. 1S80. A German gentleman from Bay City is coming to Cheboygan to start a har ness shop. McDonald & Cneny are putting up an addition to their hardware store, on the nortn side, for storing iron, stoves &c. II. A. Blake purchased the tin brought in by the schooner Susan C and will use it for roofing his new foundry and machine shop. Another butcher shop is going to be opened in our Tillage by a gentleman from Bay City, whose name we have been nnable to learn. G. P. Langdon is building a store room on Huron street, near his feed mill, and as s...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 August 1880

VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. 1880. NO. 8 BUSINESS CARDS, KMPLE LODGE JSTo. 331 1. O- O. 3Ti r Meets every Friday evening at 1 ;30 o'clock, at the Ma Bonic Hall, over Post & Van uvitatlon la extended to aU vlsitinbrethren. H. J. MINER, Sec y. CHEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. PISE, MASINE AND LIFE. Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets & Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y assets- 828,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets. Mutual Life, of N. 1., assets 86,000,000 00 tafCarso Insurance to and from all ports on Lakes Michisran, Huron, Superior and Ontario lloet O. D. V. ROLLO & CO., Agents. rTOSEPH COCHRAN,-, ARCHITECT AUD BU1LDEE, Can be found at the office of Smith Bros., Che' esignaff or Buildings of all kinds furnished on short notice. ' MACKINAC HOUSE, MACKINAC ISLAND MICHIGAN, Mrs. D. Carson, Proprietress. mHI3 house is pleasantly located near the J steamboat landinsr, First-Class in every respect, special terms to summer tourists on application by correspondence. Within three minut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE Kntercd t the Postoffice at Cheboygan Mich., aa Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1880 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, GEX. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio, r. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. STATE TICKET. For Governor, , ' DAYID3I. JEROME, of Saginaw, O . ' Foe Lieutenant Governor, MOREAU 8. CROSBY, of Kent For Secretary of State, WILLIAM JENNEY, of Macomb. For State Treasurer, . BENJAMIN D. PRITCHARD, of Allegan! For Auditor General, . , yr. IEYING LATIMER, of Mecosta. For Commissioner of the State Land Office, JAMES M. NEASMTTH, of Kalamazoo. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, " CORNELIUS A. GOWER, of Saginaw. .. , For Attorney General. . i JACOB J. VAN RIPER, of Berrien. For Member of the State Board of Education, EDGAR REXFORD, of Monroe. Congressional Ticket. For Congress, Eighth District, ROSWELL G. HORR, of Saginaw. For Presidential Klectors. At large CHARLES B. PECK, of St Clair. . " SAMUEL M. STEPHENSON, Men om...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. 1880., f what bfca?ii: of a lie. ) i V 1 t ' ! -i 1 ? BY Mud. M. A. KIiM'ER. .'First, somebody told it. I Then the room wouldn't hold it, So the busy tongues rolled it, Tilltheyjrot it outside; - 'When the crowd cprre aoross it, Tt never ouce lost it, -, r- ltut tossed it, vaJ toxfii'4 it, f , , Till it tfrew long1 and wido. v , Fnui a very small lio, sir. It srrew deep and h!&h, sir, Ti.lit reached to the sky, sir, , ' T ' . And frijrhtened the moon; - ..:'. For she hid her sweet face, sir. In a veil of cloud-lace, si . At the dreadful disgrace, si'-, That had happened at noon- - This lie brought fort h o hers, -Dark sisters and brothers. And fathers and mo1he-s - A terrible crew; An4 while headlong the T hur-icdi The people they flur .ed, And troubled, and wo.T.cd, , As lies of ten do. ' :- K ' And so, evil-bodied, '. ' : ; This monstrous lie tcoa?ed, " ' Till at last it exploded In smoke and in shame: f f ."While from mud and from mi-e i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 28 August 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE Kntered at the Pottofflce at Cheboygan Mich., at Second Class Matter. iav-$c! rSATURDAY. AUGUST 28, 1880 TOWH TALK. Pinafore at Town Hall tonight. Dwelling houses are in demand and hard to be found. Remember that the Hon. Charles Rynd, of Adrian, speaks to-night at the Court House. . ' Mrs W.R. Lloyd left some New York papers at the TRiBtNE office for which she has our thanks. The song service at the Congregation al church last Sunday was well attended, and proved yery interesting Austin and Merrill opened their res turant Thursday evening. They have ' their rooms neatly fitted up, and serve everything in the best style. The rains of this week did an immense amount of good. Put out the fires and gave vegetation renewed life. - R. J. Cram left yesterday afternoon on " the tug Hayden, for Mud Lake, to sound its depth, with a view to putting in a bid for dredging. Carkin, Stickney & Cram's dredge reached Alpena on its way to this port, just before the blow of this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 September 1880

C N A D A f,-.ri- :Ti rs. OeoT7Bll r- in i VOL. G. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1880. NO. 9 ! ...... ... . : j ' ( ' . ! ' . . .... . .. r--l iV; Hiflr Mla IMS' i : www i Mr i nn wip.b .:; .:i r ii itMMiim w m mi 'B'jw II teal fe N3rE? tsl I tea I " 7 i S . ! THE AVKKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. riTBLISnfcD EVfcRr SATURDAY BT W: CHANDLER : CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSRIPTION : Oeeoty, one year, - - 2 oo Oaaepy, six months, . - - - 10) Oas copy, three months. - - 50 Rates of Advertising : ie half Inch space (six lines Noupaieil o ,3).foroiieln4crti'n. 15 cents; onelnch space f roQ insertion. 60 tents: tor each addition lach.ooeinsertion, Wcenta. tar subsequent insertions. or a larger space, erices will be riven at the oftice. Cardsia Uuainees Directory. fire lines or nn djr IS per year; each, additional line $1 per jreur. . . . . BUSINESS CARDS, KMPLE LODGE -No. 331 1. O- L- J f Meets every Friday evening v , sonic Hall, over Post & Van uvitation is extended to all visitingbr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE Entered at. the. Postoffiee at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1880 XATIOXAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. STATE TICKET. ' For Governor, DAVID JH. JEROHE, of Saginaw, For Lientenant'Gorernor, MOREAU 8. CROSBY, of Kent For Secretary of State, WILLIAM JENXEY, of Macomb. For State Treasurer, BENJAMIN D. PRITCHABD, of Allegan. For Auditor General W. IRVING LATIMER, of Mecosta. For Commissioner of the State Land Office, JAMES M. NEASMITH, of Kalamazoo. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, CORNELIUS A. GOWEB, of Saginaw. For Attorney General. JACOB J. VAN RIPER, of Berrien. For Member of the State Board of Education EDGAR REXFORD, of Monroe. Congressional Ticket. For Congress, Eighth District, ROSWELL G. HORR, of Saginaw. For Presidential Electors. At laree CHARLES B. PECK, of SL Clair. " " SAMUEL M. STEPHENSON, Men ominee. District 1 EDWARD H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1880. SEEING 1TIMSEXF AS OTHERS SAW . . . nisi. ' :: i , '; " Oh. wad some power the g iftie gle us, , To see oursel's withers see us r ( ' "I really "wish, Dora, yon could have 'eoffee fit to drink once a week." said Edward Taylor to his wife. "Why not "try my method pour in cold water, and let it just come to a boil?' . "I did this morning," answered Mrs. Taylor, pleasantly, "and this is the re sult. I knew you would find fault with if . , . "Dora, any one would think to hear -you speak that I was in the habit of find ing fault. Thank Heaven that isn't one of. my failings. I never find fault. I make a suggestion now and then. But," and he tasted his coffee again "this Is certainly better than we usnally have. The flavor is excellent, but mild." "Very mild said hi9 wife. "Are these fritters, or are they lead?" asked Mr, Taylor, shortly after. "They are fritters, Edward, and excel lent ones, too," said his sister, Mrs. Fred Hastings, pitying ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 4 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. ; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1880. Senatorial Convention. A' liepublicAA convention to nominate a can didate to represent the Thirtieth Senatorial District of Michigan, nnd for the transaction of other business, will be held at Petosker at 10 o'clock a. m.,on Tuesday, September 7, 18S0. Each county will be entitled to one delesrate for each 300 of the total votes cast for Gover nor at the lat state election (in 1879). and one additional dolearate for a moiety of 300 votes, each county being entitled to at least one del egate as follows: Co's. Votes. Del. Antrim 6-T0.-2 Benzie fi01...2 Charlevoix T24..3 Chebovjran... ..727-.S On wf ord .. 55J Emmet ' 9ls.3 G'd Xraverse1904 Co's. Votes. Del. Kalkaska B19...2 Leela naw.. S."ii .3 Manitou 197..1 Missaukee..-..-. 2S5...1 Otsepo 562-. 2 Wexford 1,139-4 Dated July 30, 18S0. By Order of Senatorial Committee. ' - RICHARD KNIGHT. . SAMUEL 8. BARBER, "WATTS. S. HUMPHREY. Committee TOWN TALK. C. A. Gallagher has a handsome new sig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 September 1880

p ' ". ' i .Vke superior sfK ' ': ' i , ' ; ' "'' l " ' :V VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1880. NO. 10 THE "VJCTCIXY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVB.Hr SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSR1PTI0N: Oae cony, one year, - - $2 00 Onecopy, six months, '- .. - - - 100 One cody. three montbs. - - - 60 Rates of Advertising : Oae-half Inch space (six lines Nonpareil o ess), for one insertion, 25 cents; one Inch space for one insertion, 50 cents; lor each additiona inch, one i nsertion, SOcents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be riven at the office. Cards in Business Directory, five lines or un dsr $5 per year; each additional line $1 per yeir. BUSINESS CARDS, EMPLE LODGE No. 331 1. O. O. Fi 'Meets every Friday evening T-'?fi n'rfi-wV at the Ma sonic Hall, over Post & Van . iM.iii'iitnHi. A cordis. nvitation la extended to all visitinffbrethren. H. J. MIXER, Sec'y. IIIEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. : ' FIBE. MAEINE AND LIFE : JIome....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. tutored at the Postoffice at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1880 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. . For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New Yoik. STATE- TICKET. r For Governor, DAVID II. JEROME, of Saginaw, --r i - - por jjeutenant Governor, MOREATJ S. CROSBY, of Kent For Secretary of State, : WILLIAM JENXBY, of Macomb. For State Treasurer, BENJAMIN D. PRITCHARD, of Allegan. For Auditor General, ; TV. IRVING LATIMER, of MexsU. For Commissioner of the State Land Office, JAMES M. NEASMTTH, of Kalamazoo. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, CORNELIUS A. GOWER, of Saginaw. . For Attorney GeneraL . JACOB J. VAN RIPER, of Berrien. For Member of the State Board of Education EDGAR REXFORD, of Monroe. Congressional Ticket. For Congress, Eighth District, ROSWELL G. HORR, of Saginaw. For Presidential Electors. At large CHARLES B. PECK, of St Clair. " 44 SAMUEL M. STEPHENSON, Men omine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 September 1880

NORTHERN-TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1880. THE JEWEL. CASE. "I shall not be gone more than a week, Meta," said Mrs. Darkdale,"and of course I feel that I can leave everything in your charge, without the least anxiety." "Of course yon may,' Mrs.' Darkedale, and Meta, a flush of gratified pride man tling her cheek. , . . i "One favor, however, I must ask, add ed Mrs. Darkedale, "and that is, that you -will not receive any company during my She looked keenly at Meta Gray. Tha nir prilnrnd rtfiPn RCarlet. I suppose yon mean the Fenleys, said she, not without some constraint in her manner; "I do not expect to see tnem Tphil van ata trnnft. "Very well," returned Mrs. Darkedale; 'yon aro a good girl, Meta, and I think I mnT trnst von." ' Mrs. Darkedale was the relic of an East Indian merchant, who had left her wid owed and childless in the world about twr vfiara nrevions. Meta Gray was a distant retative, who had come to the Darkedale house, partly because her cousin's widow had writt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 11 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Entered at the Postoflce at Cheboygan Mich. as Second Class Matter. -SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1880 tOWH TALK. Don't fail to read Charlie Moore's new ad. ..... Childrena sailor hats at Mellie W. Smart's. . . ' - Freight business of all kinds on the several boat lines is rushing. ; The damage done by the lightning to the Catholic church is being repaired. Post & Van Arsdale's store at Point St Ignace, is said to be doing a rushing business. ' It seems like old times to see Eph. Nelson about the streets attending to business again. That serial of absorbing interest en titled "tax sales," appears in supplement form with this issue. Joseph Spooner left on the schooner C. Hart yesterday forenoon, for Bearer Island, after cattle, hogs and sheep. Sanf ord Baker, Esq, has his new house enclosed. It looks as though it started out to be one of the best houses in town. Next Monday Miss Walton commences her select school at the court house. We understand that a large number ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 September 1880

1 r.V. , ... , . ... . - . . . . . ' . i - ' V.v.- k -- 1 ' ..SUPERIOR X t ' ' ' : ' . . . ol.li .V,u- .1 T ' " r , t J ". -. tf ... - CeoWBll VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1880. NO 11. THE WKKICLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. UBLISIItD EVlf-'Rr, SATURDATBT WVCHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. i TERMS OF SUBSRIPT10N: Uaeeopr. one year. 12 00 1 CO 50 Onecpy, x months. One copy, three months. Rates of Advertising : .Jae-half Inch space (six lines Nonpareil o 'ess), for one insertion, 25 cents ; one Inch space for ooe insertion, 50 cents; lor each additiona Inch, one Insertion, 50 cents. - For ahseqnent insertions. or a larger space, prices will be riven at the office. Cards In Business Directory, five lines or un- dirJJper year;, eacn aiauiouai une & iia yew. BUSINESS CARDS, rJJKMIriK LODGE No. 331 1. U- V. -hi Tridav evenimr at 7 ;30 o'clock, at the Ma sonic Hall, overrosi oc n iMiini.'iatniw. A cordis nvitation Is extended to all visitiybrethren. H. J. MINER, Sec y. pHEBOIOAN INSUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Entered at the Postoffice) at, Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1880 NATIONAL BEPI7BLICAX TICKET. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. STATE TICKET. . . For Governor, '. 5 DAVn.H.'JEBOME, of Saginaw, For Lieutenant Governor, MOREJLU S. CEOSBY, of Kent. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM JENNEY, of Macomb. For State Treasurer, BENJAMIN D. PRITCHABD, of Allegan. For Auditor General, "W. IBYLNG LATIMER, of Mecosta. For Commissioner of the State Land Office, JAMES M. NEASMITH, of Kalamazoo. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, CORNELIUS A. GOWER, of Saginaw. For Attorney General. For Member of the State Board of Education EDGAR REXFORD, of Monroe. Congressional Ticket. For Congress, Eighth District, BOSWELL G. HOUR, of Saginaw. For Presidential Elector. At laree CHARLES B. PECK, of St. Clair. " SAMUEL M. STEPHENSON, Men ominee. District 1 EDWARD H. BUT LET. " 2 CH 4.RL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 18SO. nns.xewiLLiAns AN1 tiie mgiit. BY MARK TWAIN. Well, sir continned Mr. McWilliams, for this was not the beginning of his talk the fear of lightning is one of the most distressing infirmities a human being can be afflicted with. It is mostly confined to women; but now and then you will find it in a little dog, and sometimes in a man. It is a particularly distressing infirmity, for the reason that it takes the sand out of a person to an extent which no other fear can, and it can't be reasoned with, and neither can it be shamed out of a person. A woman who yuld face the very daril himself or a mouse loses her grip and goes all to Eieces in front of a flash of lightning, ler fright is something pitiful to see. "Well, as I was telling yon, I woke np with that smothered and unbeatable cry of 'Mortimer! Mortimerr wailing in my ears, and as soon as I could scrape my faculties together I reached over in the dark, and then said: "Evangeline, is th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 18SO. Repita Vi 1 Tcp ih' re Caar" thecooin- : of ll.vn. r. Cb'ppewr, t cbo- -cr wad Cfceiwj au, 7'J le be'd al tbe Cor . Hov.be 'i ae ' . e or Sir 'wc ca Tur : r Sfpleirber GO-V A. D. ISSO, Ji ooet c'ockln the rf e mood, .'o t")e pn pose ot nom'nf . a carl'& .eor tbe RepnbUcn l-ctti for Eti v seii.:vein ifie-S a Le's'tture fortlieta'd coonjes. " Tbe V -"s of pppo 'oBmtPt xt" be one ('e'e cate Tor eve.JoO ToLescr"ti. 'elriei i Ion for goe ior." Tbe corL'r-j w'1! be entiilei to deJeijp esa' follows: Cheioyg?n.'.-...,.i5 Cb:ppew.. ...4 M.icVtn: c 2 Scboo'crr "i 1 By orde- of tbe Cowim-l e. "WATTS S. HUiirUTililY, . i. . . - , I'bJrinan. . Data-, Cheboygan, Se. tember ISth, lSfeO. . TOWS TALK. ,xuuie sun ruuimues ri :e ;aiuijr uuvi. A new coat of paint i3 improving the appearance or. air. iewiou s resilience. The frame work of the sky parlor of the upper range light was erected yester day. - - .' . McArthur, Smith & Co. will soon com men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 September 1880

rj ' ' " r ...... .... VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1880. NO 12. O o 'JL'Jbtlg WKKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EYLRf SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSRIPTION: Oas copy, one year, -12 00 One copy, six months, - - - -100 Oaeeopy, three month. . , - . 50 Rates of Advertising : vine-half inch apace (six lines Nonpareil o 'ess), for one insertion, 25 cents; one Inch space for one insertion, 50 tents: lor each addition lnch,oneinsertion,50eenu. rorsabseqaentinsertloas.or a larger space, rices will be riven at the ofhce. , : Canlsin Businesa Directory. five lines or n 4irtSper year; each additional line $1 per yetr. BUSINESS CARDS, , , rpKMPLK LODGE .N"o. 33i JL 1. O. O. T?. Meets every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the Ma- sohio Hall, over Post 6 van - Arsdare 8 store. a mirum aritation la extended to all visitintrbrethren. W. H. SCOTT, N. O.- H. J. MINER, Sec'y. VHKBOOAN INSURANCE AGENCY. FIRE, MARINE AND LITE. Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets -$...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntered at the Postofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1880 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. ForPresMei: -""""' GEN. JAMES AUABFIELl), of Ohio. . -r- For Vice President, flffV PTTPCTTD a A TJTTTTTR nt Vow VnrV STATE TICKET. For Governor, ( . r DAYID.II. JEROME, of Saginaw, For Lieutenant Governor, . . ... MOREAUS. CROSBY, of Kent. : . " . For Secretary of State, . ' " WILLIAM JENNET, of Macomb. For State Treasurer, . BENJAMIN D. PBITCHaRD, of Allegan. - For Auditor General, . W. IBTING. LATIMER, of Mecosta. , For Commissioner of the State Land Office, - JAMES M. NEASMrm, of Kalamazoo. " For Superintendent of Public Instruction, CORNELIUS A. GOWER, of Saginaw. For Attorney General. - . . . JACOB J. TAN RIPER, of Berrien. Tor Member of the State Board of Education EDGAR ESXF02J, of Monroe. CsmffreMlanal Ticket. , For Congress, Eighth. District, . EOS WELL G. HORR, of Saginaw. For State Senator, 80th District, . ARCHIBALD BUTTARS, of ...

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