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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1880. FROM FIRST TO LAST. "Tell me the worst at once, doctor." Even if I had not seen the man's face, I should have felt sure from the voice that it was no time for falsehood or eva sion. Yet there really was no need for either. Mr. Ellery was -unnecessarily alarmed. The lady, his-wife's sister, had .been taken with a succession of fainting fits, the result of fatigue from the long journey to Colorado Springs. She had been thrown from a carriage six weeks before, her brother-in-law told me. and sustained an injury to her head, and the trip had been undertaken by the advice of her New York physician, who consid ered an immediate change necessary. I was glad to assure him that there was no danger, and that she needed only complete test, yet I was not sorry that he urged me to 9ee her the next . day, and 'still the next. He was exceedingly anx ious about her until, in the conrse of two or three weeks, she began to make rapid progress towards rec...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 September 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Kntereri at the Foatofflce at Cheboygan Mich,, as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1880 Republican Cunty Convention; There will be a Republican county conven turn held at the Town Hall in the village of Cheboygan, on Tuesday, Oct. 5th, 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of nominating county officers. In said convention each town ship will be entitled to representatives, as fol lows. - . " Last evening some miscreant threw a stone through a front window of the res idence of J. E. Nichols, while a party of friends were Tisiting In the room. .: J.' John Dundon left on the St. 'Albans last Saturday night to take charge , of the engine of McArthur, Smith & Co's new tug, Geo. W. Cuyler,. After inspect ing the Van Raalte for Smith ' Bro9., he would proceed to Bay City to! gd on the tug. Sirce writing the above , we learn Weather Report for (he Week ending Tbnrferfay IlT-cniug- Sept, 23, 1880. . ! ' - --.-, s v.. eg - -'Og 1 n-rjATE:" "Kfi. r: ' "' ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 October 1880

, A'i!inS,!rorri:l lj,sl IDA ' ' .' t " . i i : i . . 1 1 - ' VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1880. NO 13. NORTHERNTRIBUNE. VCBLISntD EVERT" SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSR1PTI0N : . , copy, one year,. - - - -t 2 to Oae copy, six months, - - " " .' One copy, three month. - - " .'. ..: ! Rates of Advertising: Oso-half inch apace (six lines Nonpareil o .'".'si. tor oneinsertion.M cenu ; one inch space - reroneiasertion, 50 tents; lor each additiona inea.aeiMertion,!K)cent. . rrI"sequent insertions, or a larger space, -trices will l Kvenatthe office. - r4.lBiJine.a Directory, five lines or on r d S5 per year; each alditioaal line II per year. t-- - s - JjCSINESS CARDS, s " HpEMPLE LODGE No. 331 '1. KJ- J- -r ' il int v i j . R.'NlAnWu)1r at. t ho M l- j 1 uoii irPrt Ac Van . I fWj - ' Arsdale'sstore. -A cordia writation is extended ; JV v . ,.. . H. J. MINER, Sec'y. : - f- H"EBO YGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. FIBS, HASINE AND LITE. 11 JIome.FIre, of N. Y., a...

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

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Kntered at the Postofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1880 NATIOXAI. IlEPUBLICAX TICKET. For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, : GEN. CHESTE3 A. ARTHUR, of New York. - - STATE TICKET. For Governor, j- DAVID H. JEROME, of Saginaw, tt t For Lieutenant Governor, MOREAU S. CROSBY, of Kent.. For Secretary of State, WIL3 JAM JENNEY, of Macomb. ! t For State Treasurer, j V BENJAMIN D. PRITCHARD, of Allegan. J For Auditor General, ; . ' W. IRVING LATIMER, of Mecosta, I For Commissioner of the State Land Office, ' JAMES M. NEASMTTH, of Kalamazoo. ! . For Superintendent of Public Instruction, I CORNELIUS A. GOWER, of Saginaw. ! : . . For Attorney General. , r : j , JACOB J. VAN RIPER, of Berrien. ; ! For Member of the State Board of Education : : EDGAR REXFORD, of Monroe." ; j . ' Congressional Ticket.' ' : For Congress, Eighth District, ROSWELL G. HORR, of Saginaw. For State Senator, 80th District, ' ; -: . ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 October 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1880. "There la a Natural Body." The following poem by the Rev. Dr. 0. E. Padgett, published in. the October Scribuer's, was sent to the magazine some month ago and was accepted, but its publication was necessarily postponed for several numbers, and it was on the press being printed at the time of the authors sudden death in his study chair at Hartford., v , v v : I Immortal is my friend, I know; : , Not summer's turf nor winter's snow - -Nor depth of earth could turn to nought So much of life and love and thought. And yet that form I did intrust To kindred earth, the dust to dust, And thither still my thoughts will tend, ' ' As if to find my vanished friend. Sacred the robe, the faded glove, Once worn by one we used to love; . . , Dead warriors in their armor live, X And in their, relics saints survive. ..-" And there I tentlerly laid down " 1 ' t - The hands that fondly clasped my own, The eyes that knew and answered mine With many a meaning, ...

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

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Kntcred at the Postofflce at Cheboygan ! Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1880 Republican Caucus. There will be a Republican caucus for the township of Benton held at the office of Geo. W. BelL on Monday eveninjr, Oct 4th, at 7:30, for the purpose of electing 14 delegates to the ' County convention to be held at the Town Hall, for nomiaaUn-r candidates for the various county officers, Tuesday, Oct. 5th, at 10 A. and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. - - . ? CHARLES R. SMITH, , - r GEO. E. FROST. ' ; 7": I ' C. S. RAMSAY. ; Township Committee. 1 TOWN TAJLK. ; The brick work upon H. A. Blake's " "new machine shop 13 going up rapidly. . The Vaa Raalte will not make a trip to Mackinac and point St. Ignace to- '.. morrow. Rev. S. C. Rogera will preach at St, : James' church to-morrow at 1030 a. m. and 7:30 Thd amount of merchandise landed by ("erery boat that ' arrives would indicate that business of all kinds ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 October 1880

Geo W Bell VOL. 6. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1880. NO 14. THE WEEKLY NORTHERN. TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVfcRr SATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CUE BO Yd AN. MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSRIPTION: One copy, one year, - - - $2 04 One copy, six months, - - -100 One copy, three monttai. ... 60 Rates of Advertising : One-half inch apace llx lines Nonpareil o es), for one insertion, 26 cents; one Inch space for on insertion. 60 seats; tor eaeh addition i ne h, one i aaertion , 60 cents. Tor subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices wlU le mven at the ofilce. Cards in Business Directory, fire lines or un d?r IS per year; each additional line $1 per year. , . BUSINESS CARDS, JIEMPLK LODGE No. 331 1. KJ- f Meets every Friday evening: at 7 ;30 o'clock, at the Ma sonic Hall, over Post & Van AmHalo'aatnm. A cordia nvitatlon Is extended toli01rbrfho.Q- H. J. MIXER, Sec'v. . CHEBOYGAN INSURANCE AGENCY. FXBZ. MARINE AND LITE. Home, Fire, of N.Y., assets .....16,125.000 00 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y asse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 October 1880

ta-rj-ai,Mn:r'-irJjgn-yl arUa nrum dwaa NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Kn tared at the) Fostofflee at Cheboy;sui XUcIl m Second Class Matter. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1880 If ATIOJTAL, BEPVBUCAir TICKET. -. For President, GET. JA1EE3 A. GAEFIEID, of Ohio. For Yloe President j GEN. CHESTE3 A-ARTHUR, of New York. For Presidential Elector. " At Urge CHARLES B. PECK jrfSt Clair -- 4 it A3IUEL M. STEPHENSON, Men- ? fonfinee . District r EDWARD H. BUTLER, i, . 2 CHARLES T. MITCHELL. .. 3 DAVID R- COOK " .-;;:. 4 CHARES BUNCOMBE. :v 6 AARON B. TURNER. - 6IRA P.' BINGHAM. ; .--' 7 WATSON BEACH. ..." 8-rWILLIAM II. POTTER. 9 SAMUEL BROWNE,- ' " ' . , - ST ATE TICKET. . iv . . ' For Governor, : DAVTD BL JEROME, of Saginaw, : .- , , i . . For Lieutenant Governor, . . . ' " . ' ' JCOREAUS. CROSBY, of Kent.'. , y . For Secretary of State, . ; WILi JAM JENNET, of Macomb. - ' - : ' ' For State TreaHurer, ' ' ; BENJAMIN D.'PBITCHARD, of Allegan. ) - , j-j. For Auditor General, . ; i 1 I .W.'IRTEsG LATIMER, of Mecos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 October 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1880. TIIE I)E.Ui Of YOUTH. I built me a vessel lonsr years agro. And 1 fitted it out like the galleys of old; Its suiU were as white ad tne tieh-f alien ouow, And its bows were resyiendeut wan ctiui son and gold. . ' Its bulwarks were firm, and its masts stromr and tall, A nd a gay colored pennon on high was spread ; Tbe beauty of youtn lent a charm to it uil. And an image of Hope was its proud ugure . bead.,., r, v -. . . I launched It one morn In the spring of tbe year, . When the breezes were low, and the sun- - beams were bright; . And I, in the pride of my youth, had no fear Of tbe strength of the waves or the gloom of the night. ? So I dreamed of the riches my 'galley would bring From the lands where no bark had been ever before; : . But summer passed by, and. spring wore . - round to spring. And my vessel returned not, alas, to the shore. At length one dark autumn It came back to me, But its masts were all broken, its bows were t .bare; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 October 1880

i 3 TRIBUNE, -S h Entered at the Pstofflce ait Cheboygan r V .-1 Mich a Second 1m Blatter. ; SATtRDAt.J OCTOBER 91880. V, 5 ; Greenback Caucus. Thief Greenljackers 6f the Township of Benton will meet La caucns at the Town HalL on Tues--dar cieuinff, October 12Ui, at 7-o'clotk to elect delegates to the County Convention, to be held jti the same place, on October 16th There will also be a Weaver club organized a. the same time and place, "-v ' ' ' . F 1L SAMM0TTS. jy rAalnnaa Township Committee. -ftX??cOcPnt3r Coatwntlca- 1; -.v Se e-jenbaciers, of thr Covnty i cf Che- wJTUr wT I be a Jfotijnal Greenback County nr tioc 5el(iit the Town H3, in the vil - iCh tjg"i, a Saturday, October 1ft, at 2 o'clock l.s. I r purpose of putting in nomination candidates for the following county M)flJceW: ' Judge orProbate, Sheriff, Treasurer, .Clark, Register (1 Deeds, Prosecuting Attorney, Circuit Vourt C4Muini8sioner,nSarvior and two Coroners -The different towns will be entitled t- to representation...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 October 1880

VOL. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1(5. 1880. NO 15. u. 't t i. i t r s )i THE i NORTHERN TRIBUNE. '. rUBLTSHtD KYAUr SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER ", CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. 4 TERMS OF SUBSRIPTION: Oaeopy,one year, - ' rOaecopy, six months, -, Oae top y, three months. , . . ' Rates of Advertising: $2 00 1 00 50 - One-half Inch space (six lines Nonpareil o 'ess), lor one Insertion, 25 cents; one Inch space for one insertion, ftOeents; lor each additions Ineh.oneinsertion, 50 cents. Kor subsequent insertions. or a larger space, prices will le friren at the oUee. Uards in Business Directory, five lines or nn t dar ti per year; each' additional line $1 per r; r ;. B VSIXESS . CARDS, IMPLE LODGE JSTo. 331 ; l. o. o. 'Meets every Friday evening - ii i ai t :ou o ciock. hi iao sin- " sonic Hall, over Post& "Van - Arsdales store. A cord i a vritation is extended to nil visiting brethren. W. H. SCOTT, N. G. n. J. MINER, Sec'y. QHEBOIGAJI INSURANCE AGENCY. . FIRE, MARINE AND LIFE. nome,Flre, of N....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 October 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE, Kntered t the Postofflce at Cheboygan Mich., s Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1880 XATIOXAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. . " i For President, GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. For Vice President, ; ' GEN. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of New York. For Presidential Elector c At large CHARLES B. PECK, of St Clair. SAMUEL M. STEPHENSON, Men ominee. District 1 EDWARD H. BUTLER. - I" V 2 CHARLES T. MITCHELL. --J -3 DAVID R. COOK. , ... " 4 CHARES DUNCOMBE. " 6 AARON B. TURNER. " 6 IRA P. BrNGHAM. , " 7 WATSON BEACH. ' " 8 WILLIAM EL POTTER. 9 SAMUEL A. BROWNE, STATE TICKET. , ". 1 . ' , For Governor, ' DAYID H. JEROME, of Saginaw, ' .-. For Lieutenant Governor, MOREAU S. CROSBY, of Kent. ' ' ' For Secretary of 8tate, . ' WILLIAM JENNEY, ; of Macomb. 1 1 . For State Treasurer, , BENJAMIN D. PRITCHARD, of Allegan. . For Auditor General,' W. IRYING LATIMER, of Mecosta. , " For Commissioner of the State Land Office, , , ( JAMES, M. NEASMTTH, of Kalamazoo. t , For Superintendent of Pu...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 October 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1880. THE LITTLE OM1S. Ohl when at dawn the childi-en wake. - And patter up and down the stai-3. The flowers and lc .ve a sroiy take, The rosy ligrnt a splerulo shares Tjat nevermore these eyes would see, If my sweet ones we " gone f oin me. And when at eve they watcn and wait To fold Tie la ihe'r arms so l?i.e. My burdens, whe. ler small o . ea Are charmed r. ay by call? delight ; t ' : And. shutting out the world, I l:ve - " The purest moments life can give. r But when at bedtime round me kneel ! Wee, tender, lovine, whi'e-robed forms, With arms upraised In fond appeai , Ah J then are hushed li:e's weaiy sonns, ' And Heaven seems very near to me. "With my sweet dalins round my knee. ' rBoston Transcript. ' NEW M JXICO. , " Sliver City Kich Mineral, Climate Ac, Correspondence of NoaTBius TacBUSB. . -i rr r.i r, silter City. Oct 1. 1880. ' " Silver City is a miring town about 12 year9 old, but little progress w s made in mining until about five...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 October 1880

NORTHERN-TRIBUNE, Kntered at the Poatofflce at Cheboygan Mich., as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1880 TOWH TALK. Ia Ohio and Indiana the "boys in blue" - evidently Toted as they fonght. I The brick work of H. A. Blake's new - machine shop is about chompleted. Wm.ness 13 getting the material on the ground for. his new boiler shop. Gallagher, the grocer, has just received a lot of oysters in ' the shell. Give him a call. ' Tim Tarsney claimed Ohio and Indi ana as sure for Hancock. Wonder if he heard anything drop? ' The schooner Unadilla landed a full . cargo of. brick at Point St Ignace the t; first of the week for the Martellron Fur nice. 329 Democrats in Cheboygan, mourn iig over the result of the elections in . Ohio and Indiana, who will not be com forted. - - ' : I '. J"prvir at rha iTnnnrroiKirinTinl ihnfih 4 u to-morrow as usual. Morning subject: , ."The Christian Warfare;? evening sub ject, "Intemperance." The foundation of M. J. Kesseler's new business block is a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 October 1880

' --. ' ' - - VOL. arena wktckly NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED KYfcRr SATURDAY BT Wi CHANDLER . CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. TEf.MS OF SUBSRIPTION: Oat) copy, one year, - - - - 12 W 0epy,lnontbi, - - " 1 2K Oaacopy.tnree months, - : Rates of Advertising : ae-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil o msi tor one insertion,f5 cents; one Inch apace feronaiaaertion. 60 sen U; tor eacn additiona lcn,onelnsertion,60cents. for tahaequen t insertions, or a larger pace, nrieea will be riren at the ontce. P0?rdrU Ba.ine.a Directory, lire line, or na dir $S per year; each additional line SI per yew. - - BUSINESS CARDS, jqMPIYE: LODGE No. 331 nnIMmi nvATlinor at 7:30 o'clock, at the Ma sonic Hall, over Post & Van l)lii'aatnn. A COTOia . uvltatioii is extended tyffo.11 H. J. MINER, Sec'y. -' - ' fHEBOYQAN INSURANCE AGENCY. TOSS. MAEIUE AND LIFE. Home, Fire, of N.Y-assets r-8' 22 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y assets- S,000 00 Detroit Fire and Marine, assets 524,500 00 Mutual Life, of N. Y., assets 86,000,000 0...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 October 1880

. : : Thursday of last week about 200 veter ans, mostly from Cuyahoga county Ohio, Tisited General Garfield at Mentor, who addressed them as followa Comrades: Any man that can see 1, 200 comrades in his front door yard has as much reason to be proud as for any thing that can well happen to him in this world. After that has happened, he need not much care what else happens, or what else, doesn't harmon- TV caa twelve hundred men from almost every regiment of the state, and from regi ments, and brigades, and divisions of al most every other state; to see the consoli dated field report of the survivors of the war sixteen years after it was over, is a great sight for any man to look on. I greet you all with gratitude for thi9 visit. ' Its personal compliment is great. But there is ANOTHER THOUGHT in it, far greater than that to me and greater to you. Just over yonder, about ten mile3, when I was a mere lad, I heard the first political speech of my life. It was a speech that Joshua R. Gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 October 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1880. SOMETIME. BT MAT R1LET SMITH, Sometime, when all life's lessons have been - learned. And sun and stars forever sot. The things which our weak judgments here have spurned; , ... The thinics o'er which we grieved with with lashes wet, Will flash before us, out of life's dark niaht. As stars shine most, in deeper tints of blue And we shall see how all God's pians are riht. And how what seemed reproof was love most. irue. AiuIwa uhall see how. while we frown and sitfh, ... God's plans jro on as best for you and me; How, when we called. Hi heeded not our cry, Itecause His wisdom to the end could see, And e'en as prudent parents disallow. Too much of sweet to craving babyhood; So God, perhaps, is keeping1 from us now, Life's sweetest things, because it seemeth good. And If, sometimes commingled with life's wine, We feel the wormwood, and shrink. Be sure a wiser hand than yours or mine. Pours out this portion for our lips to drink. And If some f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 October 1880

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1880. Wetmore & Lathrop's Column. General Merchandise Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Carpet, Clothing, Groceries, &c. Provision, Grain, Hay and Wood. Prints, 4'ic to 5c, best. Coffee A Sugar 10c. Granulated Sugar 11c. Light Brown Sugar 9c. Try our Best Syrups at 50c. Choice Teas from 20c to 50c. Best Winter "Wheat Flour $6.00 Look at our Clothing ! Our Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES Is larger than ever, 6 Tons Jackson Co. Dried Apples at 6c. Corn Starch, Kingsford's best. 10c. Kingsford's Best Silver Gloss, 8c, 6 lb, Box Pearl, at 40c, Tery Choice Butter, Gilt Edge, 25c Goods Delivered Free. Send for Samples and Prices, if you can't come. WETMORE & LATHROP, Prick Store. TOWN TALK. Next Tuesday vote the Republican ticket and for continued prosperity. Vote for Charles II. Nuite for Sheriff, and secure a reliable and efficient officer. Vote for Ezra A. Faunce for Register of Deeds and County Clerk; a man every way quallified to f...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 November 1880

f VOL. 6. THE "VSTETOICLY NORTHERN . TRIBUNE. PCBLISntD EVERT 5ATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. ' ERMS OF SUBSRIPTION : Oae copy, one year, - - - - . 12 oa Oaeoopy,elx months, - - - -100 One copy, three months, - - - 60 Rates of Advertising : One-half incb space (six lines Nonpareil o ess) for one inaertion,25 cents; one Inch space fer one insertion, 50 cents; tor each additions Inch, ene insertion, SOcents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, rices will l given at the office. Cardsin Business Directory. five lines or un der ii per year; eaea additional line II per year. . - " BUSINESS CARDS, rpKAirXiK LODGE JNTo 331 1. J- i 'Meets every Friday evening D. I.Kln'nlrtf'Xc. nt the Ma sonic Hall, over Post & Van AMriaio'aiitoro. A cordis notation Is extended to aU visiting brethren. H. J. MIXER, See'y. IHEBOYGAX IXSCRAXCE AGKSCT. y nBB,'lIABIITB AND LIFE. Home,Fire, of N.Y., as?et9.....T...t6,1.000 00 Manhattan, Fire, of N. Y., assets... 00 . Detroit Fire and Ma...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 November 1880

. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Catered at the PoHtofflce at Cheboygan Hlcb,, aa Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1880 EDITORIAL, NOTES. Iris estimated re will have 500,000 emigrants from Europe this year, and the highest we ever had before was 460, 000 in 1S7SV In 1878 we had only 138,000. It is alleged that they bring 14, or $70, a head to this country,' and that half a million of them arriving this "year will therefore add, $33,000,000 of direct capi tal to this country. Additional details have been received from Cape Town of the recent uprising of the "tribes which have joined the Basutos in rebellion. These treacher ous rebels, while professing loyalty, sur rounded the Europeans and murdered them. Magistrates who were captured by them were submitted to special .tor tures before being killed, ' the natives meanwhile executing a war-dance. 1 . There have been serious floods at Ban bury, Bourne mouth, Chester, Coleshill, Derby and Darlington, England causing much damage to crops and...

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