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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1876

r i MTHERN TRIBUNE. fcATUHDAV. t)ECEJtBWt 2. 186. BIRD'S THANKSGIVING. BT LILLIE . BARR. A company of HPtfJ, oh thw way Overthr citv no Thank giving JJay,! Ma 'e frudneniva pause Listening with bended heads and sweet delight, Till I, amaxcartf woidanna: at the si&ht, r bough .arnetly Che caut. Surely. I thought : It is Thanktginng song. From ail the temples rising sweet and strong. Whose charm thev have obeyed; rtnt armn nin oah fpmnlc It'll It Calm Huahed wra the organ's note, the lifted psalm, A Ana sun me nugt i otojw The charn was not childhood's prattle sweet, In friend-hip's joyon greeting on the street. In whisperings ol love, In laughter of the happy, nor the note From mingled sounds of many olrasurea wrought. No, none of theae did move. At length I found the speU of mighty power That kept the angels tranced from hour to hoar, The only fpell they heard A little bird that un the leafless tree I'onred all its happv heart in melody ; On!y a little bird. What note it had wer...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 2 December 1876

r H 5 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. 91 Official Paper of Cheboygan County. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2; 1876. Cheboygan Postoffie , MaiU arrive and lcpf ns follows: PKTOSKBY AND ALL POISTi SOITtH. Arrive Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 p. m. Depart Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 a. m. MACKINAW. Arrive Monday, Wedttedays and Fridays, at 7 p. m. Iepart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 A. m. 1 MACKINAW CITT ASD FREEDOM. Arrive Every Tuesday at noon. Depart i up :uay . at l p. m,- mi HMftHift Arrive Saturday. In Steamer Marine City. J"nrt SaMmlav8, by Mcamer Marine City Office open for delivery of mail and the issuing Money uruers from r.3 a. m. to o p. m. Office open on Sunday's from 12:3 to 1:3 p. M U. A. iiliACh. P. M. 9i . J.I 11 I I . I The winter wheat crop in this section of the state went into winter quarters in gootr condition Thankvfmr orer, the ladles are turn ing their attention to perfecting their ar rangements for their Christmas dinner?. i -...i Trot. Corrazzi ia organi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1876

KESUPEftlORk1r J ' " - - - - 1 - . jmn - WD VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1876. NO. 22. THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISH. D EVLRV SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: one corv. one year, OMOtffi ?ix months. One copy, three months. 2 00 - 1 00 50 PAY ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. Subscribers within Cheboygan county will re tell their papers Irec bv mail, and those living outside the county will have their postage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING One-half inch snace (six lines Nonpar-'! or leas , lor one insertion, ?5 cents ; one im forone Uaosrtioa, .Wsonta; tor each dOMi inch. Ml i jaertion, 5 cents. for tuoeequent inaerUoia, or a large" apace, prices will bo giveuat the otttco. . . Local notices 10 cents per line for the nrst i li fter ion, and 5 cents per line for each -i:b-e iiient OaiBin Business Directory, live H.ne or tor, $3 per year; each aMltlonl hue i Pr y.-ar Ttwte Tables. d" HAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R. VJT AND C. R. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1876

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Paper of Cliebovcan County. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 187G. GEN. BUUOKV TESTIMONY. LlM wet'k, Wednesday, Brevet Major General. Lieut. Col. John R. Brooks, of tbe United States army, was one of the witnesses before the Louisiana Return ing Board, and was examined and cross es! mined at length. He i- a white man. and an officer too well known to be dis believed, or to be got rid of by the thin device of say in:r that "Niggers will He," or by sneering that his testimony is Republican lie" for he is not a Bepubli - ean. No attempt to impeach his evi dence was made, or could succeed. Gen. Brooks swore that he has had command tor some months in the bulldozed parish es of East Felicitna and East Baton Rouge. He testified positively, of his own person knowledge and observation, as follows : "Just prior to the election, there was a complete system or organization of the white or Democratic party which had the effect of terrorizing the blacks. The threats were as follow...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1876

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1876. THE RIGHT BOWER. It was nreseion. Judge Lurlington's own ex- Half a dozen lAwrwa. fresh from their studies, and just admitted to the bar, were Listening to his advice. The old jurist had a bottk of wine at his elbow, and was in a communicative mood. "Young men," he suit!, "whatever may be your straight, never take a case before i A iury, or before any eouru unless you have vour right bowvr lor a lead." Jt the reader surmises from this that the old Judge was fond of euchre, he will not have sin mi-ed auii.-s. The young men looked at him inquir- I incau." ho added, "that you shall never advocate a t ause in the work of which you cannot enter with a clear con science. You should never accept a cli ent whose cause you do not believe to be just." "Can that rule always be adhered to?" asked one of the listeners. -It can' answered Lurlington. emph.it itally. 'It's a lawyers firm rock of foun dation, aud the only sure point of de parture to the ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 9 December 1876

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Papar of Cliebovsan County. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 187G. Cheboygan Postoffie Mails arrive and depart as follows: PETOSKEY AND Al l, lOINT SOI TH. Arrive Tnesdavs, Thursdays and Saturdays. i :v. m. Depart Mondays, Wednesdays and i ihe mill verv materiullv. Chicken pox is not sm:ill pox by any manner of means, therefore no one need be frightened. A very pleasant time was enjoyed at the club dannce at the Spencer house Thursday night. The last boat of the season passed up yesterday. She probably got shook up H little last night. The addition to the water mill is near ly enclosed. It will increase the size of i. da ye, a i 6 a.m. MACKINAW. Arrive Mondays, Wpineday ano Friday, i. m. Depart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday a, at 7 a. m. 'MACKINAW CITV ASD FrKKDOM. Arrive Everv Tuesday at noon. Tuesday, at 1 F. M. ROGKKS CITY. Arrive Fildays at 7 P M. Depatt -Saturdays t7 A M. Airr.xv. Goes by way of retosfcey. Jfllee oj.en tor delircy M mail find the issuing Mone...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1876

VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1876. NO 23. i ; J I THE WKEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVKBV 1A.TUKDAT BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: erne copy, one year, One copy, six month, one copy, three month. 2 00 1 00 50 TAT A.LWAT8 IH ADVXKCE. Subscribers within Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and those living outside the county will have their postage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or less), tor one insertion, 25 cents ; one incb space, for one insertion, 50 cents; tor each additional inch, one insertion, 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be given at the oflice. Local notices 10 cents per line for the first in sertion, and 5 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Direc tory, five lines or un der, $5 per year; each additional line SI per year. 1 1 " 1 1 "" " Time Tables. s RAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1876

s NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Taper of Chebovcan Count v. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 187G. PREACHING vs. PRACTICE. The Democratic party in the late can vass secured all the temporary success which they seemed to gain, upon the one ! plea, that of reform. They cried out for reform in all things political. We said at the outset of the canvass that the de mand lor reform indulged in by the Democratic press, and Democratic speak ers, was only a bait for the ignorant and unwary. The history of the Democratic party shows that it has never inaugurat ed any great reform and by what more righteous manner can we judge of the future ot any party than by its past ca reer. On the other hand, the history of the Democratic party shows that nearly all corruption, and precedents by which corrupt men get into public position, were commenced under Democratic re gime. Then, what could we expect in the way of reform, in Democratic success ? Clearly nothing. The Democratic parry bad have control of the lower ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1876

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. 5 A rURDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1876. WI.XG'S THANKSGIVING. BY MRS. L. C. ATWOOD. FronaUhe New York Observer. MUs Wind's kitchen was ns prim and clean as broom, spand soft water could make it; and Miss Wing eat in it, rigid and wavlike, before the blackest of stoves, her feet planted tiriniy ou a square of rag carpet. There was never an atom of dust, or even a skimmer or tin spoon out of place, in that kitchen ; for in all the wide world, there was no one or thing that dared to enter without especial permis sion, excepting a few stray sunbeams, and even they crept in and shimmered on the geraniums in the window as if they hardly dared. It was Thanksgiving eve, and the faint odor of cranberry tarts and pumpkin pies crept out trom tile pantry, and gave a sort of festal fragrance to the room, which might have led a stranger to believe that Miss Wing meant to celebrate, and had been preparing tor guests. It would have been difficult for her to tell you lor whom, however, i.s ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 16 December 1876

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Papr of Chebovsran County. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 187G. Cheboygan Pestoffi Mails arrive and depart as follows: PKTOKKKY ANO ALL POINTS SOUTH. Arrive Tuesday, Thnredavs and Saturdays. i P. . Depart Mondays, Wednesdays and rnu),lli a. M. MACKIICAW. Arrive Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridavs, IW. M. nepart-Tuesdays, Thursdays and MAUKIXAW CITY ASD FREEIHJIM. Arrivc-Every Tuesitay at noon. Taesdssy, at i p. M. Depart ROGERS (BIT. -Fridays at 7 V M. Depart -Saturdays Arrive al7 AM. ALPENA. Goes by way of Petoskey. Office open for leN very of mail wl iho issuing Money orders from 7:JJ a. to 8 p. m. Office open on Sunday' from r2:3 to fcl p. m C. A. BRACE, P. M. CJiurch Directory. CONGREGATIONAL CHUKCII. Xeav the corner of Huron and Nelson streets, REV. R. M. THOMPSON Pastor. Sunday KxcrcisosV P uhlfe worship at.... JV'nday tschooL hvemnj? nervico -Prayer-Meeting on 10:30 a. ....12:00 M. - 7.0H p. M. Weflueaday, at 7:00 p. m. M. E. CHURCH, Corner of Huron and Pine st...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 December 1876

ir'E SUPERIOR i ' -W:.Ci't '' CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1876. VOL. 9 TFtrc WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Pl'Bl.lSHLl) KYLRTf SATURDAY" BY AV. CHANDLER, CHEBO YG AS, MICHIGAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copv. one year, - One WW, x month. - One copy, three months - - FXX ALWAYS IS ADVANCE. $ 2 00 1 01 50 Snlcriler w'uhin Cheboygan county will re vie ih tit ppem tree lv malt, and those living out -ite the . ounty will have their triage pre paul by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One-hill iMi MMMM Ittx lines Nonpareil or leH.ftor obe in-cctiou. '." Cents ; ne Ineh nuace. lo'roMv miHTiinn. Msenls; lor each additional in-h oieTiiertin, W rems For mi sequent lnertloa.or a larger space, t,rice- will he given a' the oth -e. Local notices U ceuts er one tor the first in .t:r ion. anI 5 ecnta per line tor each subsequent "KIlTin Busine.-s Directors five lines or uii ler,S3per year, each additional line 1 per Time Tables. Hotels. gPlSCElt HOUSE, WM. SPENCER, PROP'R, Tl.i I,,..-... ia ai...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 December 1876

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Ppr of CVoovaan County. S vTL RDAY. DECEMBER 23.1876. TTEXD TO HOIE MATTERS NOW. The past few months have been months of intense :iml absorbing excitement, and have, to a very great extent, drawn the ajt&eqtion of the community from' busi ness interests. This always has been the case, ami probably always will be the case u infer a Republican government. Every Presidential year the business in terests of the whole country suffer loss from lack of proper attention. Perhaps this result has been more noticeable this year than ever before, for the reason tnat the industries of the country were large ly paralyzed by the results of the panic through which the country has just passed. Particularly has this result been noticable here; more, perhaps, in matters pertaining to public improvements and general prosperity than in private busi ness, but we venture to say tt:af (there is no business in this place but which has suffered more or le.-s neglect on account ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 December 1876

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. A ! CHDAY. DECEMBER 23 1876. HOW HE WOW HER. -I tell you what it is. girl, the man who flMMlln MM may te ill-looking or iiMiHiHOino, rich pr poor, distinguished or unknot n, but he must be a man! lie small be equal to an emergency; he mu-t U able to command cireumstaure. himai lt, and tfll. and me! He must bo a king, or somebody else' husband ! Looking at her. with her form drawn ertct and her eyes Hashing. Gaylord Farusworth thought that it must be a kingly man who could command her. tie enjoyed the reputation of being cloyed ai 25, anil connoisseur in everything per taining to "the sex." Fashionable ma mas considered a smile won from him by theirdebutante daughters quite a "card.'" The grai ioiisness ol the daughters them selves, when he chose to h.-v them the simplest attention. VM carried to the last . grw of illiness, until it was no won lei rhat he had fallen into the habit of treating one and all with a contempt which found expression In a slightly bored pol...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 23 December 1876

komern ; ii jjl ''. ; I'apvr of Cliebovcati County. Holiday, the Petosfcey stage arrived about noon. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 187G. Cheboygan Postoffie I it n rive anil deieirt as follows: PI insKKV AND ALL POINTS SMI TH. i . n T- .-sil iyn, Thudavs mid NHlurdav. i fr. n Depart afoadii v , ftednesdayi and r.dap,at 6 a. m. MACKIYAW. Aruiiv ffomtarm Wadneday nn Fridays. '.f. M. I'i'pa' i -Tufcla, Thursdays anJ aiuida s.at 7 . M. KaCKfXAW C1TI ASH FltKF.OOM. xrrive-l erv Tuesday at noon. Depart Te.d nj, at t r. m. umg!-.i:s err v. jnM Tf f O I, T p P y fl ft IT t i ul "i Fihiay at 7 1' M. Depart -8atadat ll 7 A M. A l.r EN A. h - !y wir of I'etoskcy. MTlro OWM lor delivery nfimdt Mril h issuing Maaej urden front ' "Z i le v l. M- Office open on Sun-lav from 12:3 to 1: r. M I A. BN aCE, I. M. Church Directory. CONei ItF.GATlONAI. CIIUIU II. Tea ihc eorner of Boron and Nelson street?, REV. R M. THOMPSON. Pastor. Mtnday F.xereiscs. Public waNrta at 10:.?0a.m. Srartaf Sehool ItM a. Kvenirt T...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 December 1876

TO VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1876. NO 25. kXZ superior .. ...A;- fft THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rUIU,ISHM KVKRY SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION one copv, one year, One opv, six months. -one copy, three months, TAX ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. 2 00 1 00 50 Subscriber within Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree bv man, and those living out:? flc the county will have their posiage pre paid oy the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inc pace (six lines Nonpareil or tor one insertion. -.'3 cents; one Inch space, for one insertion. 50 cents; lor each additional inch, one insertion, 50 cems. Forsuhaeqoent insertions or a larger space, prices will be giren at the oftice. Local notices IScenu per une lor the rt in eriion. an.l 5 ocaU per iiue for each subseuueut '"ifarVtTin Business Directory, five lines or un der, 5 per year; each additional line SI per year Hotels. gPENCER HOUSE, Q WM. SPENCER, PROP'R, Thi? house is situate" na...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 December 1876

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Paper of Cliebovuan County. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 187G. THE FIRE COMPACT. Of the imperative necessity of some or ganization for the protection of our vil lage from lire, all our citizens are aware. Both papers have urged it in the strong er terms, and, above all, the disastrous fire last season taught it in a most un mistakable manner. There are few, if any, who doubt that, had there been some efticient organization at the time of that fire, the greater portion of the loss might have been averted. Immediately after the fire everybody was aroused to the necessity of something being done to avoid a like calamity, if possible, and rc:im tire engines, water-works, fire ex tinguishers, were the general topics of conversation ; but we regret to say that it all Hided in talk. It is true the vil lage council expended a small sum in overhauling the village engine, but here the matter seemed to stop. Xo steps were taken towards the organization of a company to take...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 December 1876

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1876. THE DYINCW YEAR. BTC. C. Fit IM, Old Seventy-Six is dying now, Come, wreathe a chaplet for bis brow. He is passing off this lower plane, We shall not see Ml face awun ; AnU Sevent -ix, the great Centennial, Rrouj?ht all things forth but the millennial, instead a reign f terror's rage, i' leave a bl t on history's pajre. Thea let us hail the dawning year, For eventy-Six is on his his bier. The wonderful tidings we must tell, But know He doeth all things well, And Seventy-Seven will tike his place, And then we'll have a day of grace, Full trusting that the dawning year, Will come, our weary hearts to cheer, Come full freighted with iovc and peace, And wars and discords then will cease; He comes the bright new year to bless, Ml hail him then with sweet c tress. He comes our pathway to make bright, And all that's wrong to set to right; Then hail, ad hail, the coming morn, Let's sound the bugle, blow the horn ; Thantlul we can the New Year gr...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 30 December 1876

-'-r a rr ... . . u..:v. w.i . . HfiRTHEffil TRIBiiiNL Official rp.r of Chebovsaa Count V SATURDAY, DEC KM LIEU . K), I SI . Chaboygan Postoffie MaiL arrive tad deport as follows: I'KD'SFV Ml A.I.L roiSTS iH T!!. Arrive Tut'M:v, Thursdays and Saturdays. ' r. M. lK'part Monday, Wednesdays wd fidky. ni 6 a. M. MACKINAW. Arrive Mornliiys. Wednesday and Friday, '. r. m. I epart Tuesday?, flmrsuays and atuntave.at 7 A. K. M a, IN AW OITV AD FREEDOM. Arrive -Every Tuesday at won. T.d.-ihj, al l P. m. Depavt KOOER8 CITT. Jt'Hut FiM iji at 7 I M. at 7 A M. ALPESA. fiwt by way of Petoskey. Depart - Satirdaya r.i rp flW lelivcy f ran. the iesairn: Money' orders l'rum WC A. M. lo 8 p, M. Office open on Sunday' from 12:3 tn 1: ? p. M c.a.j rack, p. m. Church Directory. CONGREGATIONAL CIIURCn. Near the corner of Huron and Nelson streets, REV. R. M. THOMPSON, Pastor. Sunday Exervisi . PiiMic worship at tf:30 a.m. Sv.nday School ItfcOO M. JCvcn 7.0o P. Frayr'Maettag on Wednesday, at 7:00 P. M, m. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 January 1877

... VOL. c2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1877. NO 2(5. 4. THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rrUMSHlLl) EVKRY SATURDAY BY W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. -V TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : tinecftpv, one year, Onecnv, ix months, -One copy, three months, KAY A.LWA.Y8 IM ADVAWCB- $2 00 1 00 50 Sutecribers wit bin Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree by mail, ami those Uving oiitile the county will have their poslage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half Inch siace (six lines Nonpareil or less), tor one insertion. It cents ; one Inch space, loT one insertion, aOsents; lor each additional inch, one insertion, 50 ccnis. Forsunsoquent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be given at the oulce. Local notices 10 cents per tine tor the nrst in sertion, and 5 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Directory, five lines or un der, $5 per year; each additional line l per year Time Tables. H RAN D RAPIDS & INDIANA R. & AND C. R. &am...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 January 1877

SATURDAY, JANUARY G, 1577. ANOTHER HALF YEAR. This Iwn of Um Xokthkrn Tribwi trtukes another halt year of its exfctanocs Making a year ami a half since the bsnfl of thf fust number. During this period it has never failed to make its appear ance each week on the day of publication. It has beei the aim of the manager to make it a good, live p:iper, one deserving the support of our citizens at lare. It hns a! ways endeavored to advocate that which it believed to be to the interests of this northern portion of the state, and especially of Cheboygan village and COUtJT, and it prides itself in the belief that its efforts have not been in vain. That through its influence substantial benefits and improvements have been se cured for our village and county. The advantages and resources of our count y have been presented from time to time through its columns until they have be come generally known, not only in our own stale but in numerous other states ami the result has been large acquisition...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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