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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 January 1877

t f II f , NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 8, 1877. AN OUTRAGED ENGLISHMAN. llnw n riorfrtmall Wai Treated in sm.tk f ,uiinii Hi LHe Threat ened by the Mayor of The Case Laid Before Charlotte tl&c British Minister. Cnri-apoudeoce of the'Vew York Times. Washing H n. Decembor 19. 1S76. n Engl tab clergyman recently had m experience in the South which will command the attention of the whole , ountry, particularly as he has laid his cum before the British Minister, Sir Ed ward Thornton. The Rev. H. W. Tar sons is the pastor ot the Congregational church, Grand Parade, Brighton, Eng land. Last autumn he visited this coun try and was commissioned bv the Grand Lodge of Good IVmplars of Eng'id to visit and inspect the lodges ol the order in this countrv. He weia south and vi ited and addressed lodges of colored tem plars. He preached several times before both white and colored audiences and finally met with the experience Char lotte, S. C. which he denbes m the fol lowing statement, ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 6 January 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 6, 1877. Cheboygan Postoffie MaiU arrive and depart as follow?: PKTOSKEY AMD Al,h JTOINT8 SOI I II. Arrive Tuewlavn, Thursdays MM satunlays. P. M. Depart Monday?, Wetlnesda a and r.days, at C a. M. MACKINAW. A r-ive Mondays, Wedne-days an Fridays, '. r. M. Ienaxt Tuesdays" Thursdays and aUirdav,atT A. m. MAJCKIXAW C1TV AND FtEF.DOM. Arrire Everv Tuesday at noon. Depart Tae.dasy, u( i r. m. KOKKS CITY. Arrlve-l'rWaiys at 7 t M. Depart -Satirdays at 7 A M. A T.PEN A. Goen by way ef TVtoSkcy. ')fflce open fr MnKvery of mai. and the issuinx Money orders from 7: a. M. :o 8 P. M. Office open on Sunday'- from 12:3 to fcfl p. m V. A. RACE, F. M. Church &i rectory. CONGKBGATIONAL CHURCH. Near the corner of Iruron and Nelson streets, REVVR. ML T1K5MPSOX, Pastor. Sunday Exercises. Public worship at 10:30 .M. Sv inlay School - 12:00 M. Evening WTm 7.0' r. M. Frayer-Mcctuij; on Wednesday, at 7:00 P. m. M. E. CIICKCn, t Oornerof Huron and Pine streets, REV....

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 January 1877

f i i' i m .' 'f'"1 " "I''" VOI. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 13. 1877. NO '27- . mce superior :. .;;; j i TPCK WKEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. TOUHUIVtll SATCRDATBT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: on cepy, one year, One copy, ix months, -One copy, three months, TAT ALWAYS IS ADVANCE. J -2 00 1 00 50 Subscriber within Cheboygan conn ty will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and Uioe living outside the county will have their postage pre paid by the publisher. . RATES OF ADVERTISING: One-half inch MM 'six lines Nonpareil or less), lor one insertion. ?." ctnts ; one Inch space, for one insertion, W Mto; lor each additional inch, one insertion , M cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be given at the ofllce. Local notices 10 eent.s per line tor the first in sertion, and 5 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Oim torv. five lines or un der, $5 per year; each additional line 91 per venr Tune Tables. C -1 RAND RAP...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 January 1877

4 ' 1 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 13, 1877. gov. bagm: ys message. Goransoir Barley's last annua mmniflfi was read to a joint convention of the two House."!, held in Representative Hall, on Thursday of last, w eek The Governor was called east by the death of his brother. Geo. F. Barley, and in his absence the message was read by his private secre tary. It is a document of considerable length, and treats the varied interests of the state in an able manner. He opens by remarking that Michigan will have attained her fortieth birthday on the 20th Inst., and speaks with pride of the pro gress she has made since bein received into the grand union of states. The charitable, educational and penal institutions ot the state are valued at $3. 010.500. The bonded defcjt of the state has been reduced $851,142 within the past four years. He recommends an amendment to the constitution permitting the balance of specific taxes, after the payment of the bonded debt, to be used for ordinary st...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 January 1877

ma. I I s T NORTHERN TRIBUNE. i i S.VTl liDAY, JANUARY 13. 1877. THE PHANTOM LIGHT. An Exceedlmffly Tferillinff But True Gbott Story. Christmas Number of London Society. It was about U o'clock at nfcht tfellte and I were .tttn by ttebotr windnw in out !r;ovin- room, which she had thrown wide open. 1 he day had been moat oppreaalyely hot, but now a faint hreeae was couJiu in trom the sea, mo4 ro.'Heshingly welcome alter the sui- I We sat paralyzed with torrnr. not dar ing to move, a horrible, benumbing ter ror seizing our heart-. This phenomenon happened ieveraj tinier, the liht alternately appearing from the right and left, and "always van ishing when exactly oj?)OHte to us, and always aeeomnanie I by the moaning voice. Again the low, wailing sounds from the sands, profoundly melancholy, inex pressibly mourn tul, like nothing akin to humanity. No words were ottered, but fchft agony of the tones was like a voice from the grave. "Jean, Jean ; here it is again !" cried Nellie, cowering...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 January 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 13, 1877. Cheboygan Postoffie Mall arrive and depart as follows: PBT08KKY AND ALL TOINT8 SOUTH. Arrive Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays. I If. M. Depart Mondays, Wednesdays and rid ay 8, at 6 a. m. MACKINAW. Arrive Mondays, Werineaday an1 Fridays, ' r. m. Depart Tuesdays, Thursdays and l&turdavs, at 7 a. m . MACKINAW CITY ASD FREEDOM. Arrire Everv Tuesday at noon. Depart Taesdiy. at 1 r n. ROGERS CITT. Arrive Fridays at 7 F M. Depart -Satu-days at 7 AM. ALPENA. Goes by way of Petoskey. Office! open for delivery of mai. and the issuing Money orders from 7: a. m to 8 p. M. Office open on Sunday'1 from 12:3 to 1:1 p. m C. A. RACK, P. M. Church Directory. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Nsav the corner of Huron and Nelson streets, KEV. R. M. THOMPSON, Pastor. Sunday Exercises. Public worship at 10:30 a. m. r.nday School 12:00 M. IHMM service 7.00 p. v. Prayer-Meeting on Wednesday, at 7:00 p. M. M. E. CHURCH, lOorner of Huron and Pine streets, REV. A. ROGER...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 January 1877

I Ml r-. VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20. 1877. NO 23. -ki.- . THE WEEKLY ... -'Hawaii TMf4h V " NORTHERN TRIBUNE. 2i?i3li,ili l hRr ?ATuuDAr iir W. CHAN;DLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: one'crT. one rear Mfl39U3 Oiiec if y. months. 1 M 50 One copy, three months, PAT ALWAYS IS ADVANCE. SnbseTiber within Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree by mail, ami those living outside the county will have their postage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inch soace (six lines Nonpareil or lsssj, tor one insertion, v'5 cents ; one Inch MM lor one insertion, .'0"onU; lor each additional inch, ont- insertion, An cents. For iiieequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will M given at the office. Local notices 10 cents per line for the first in sertion, and 5 cents per line for each .subsequent Insertion. . ? r Cards in Business Diitt ton. live lines or un der, $ ner year; each additional Ihifc $1 per year. Tune Tables. G RAND RAPIDS &a...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 January 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. JANUARY 20, 1877. WERE THEY SINCERE T During the Presidential campaign, Democratic orators and papers declared that that party did not desire to pay Southern war claims They knew that the majority ot the citizens of the Xortta, both Democrats and Republicans, were opposed to any measure looking in that direction. They knew that unless the masses of their own party felt that there ira do danger of any such payment, that they had no hope of success, and in answer to the charges of the Republican speakers and press that the success of the Democratic party meant the payment of the Southern claims, the Democratic leaders made strong and emphatic de nial, and just upon the eve of election Samuel J. Tilden issued his famous man ifesto, in which he declared his determi nation to veto any and all such claims. Were the leaders of the party sincere in these declarations? That the mass ol that party believed so, we firmly believe; but do the actions of the party confi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 January 1877

r ! NORTHERN TRIBUNE SATURDAY. JANUARY , 1877. FABSlMlfTlAL EfJECTTON From the Lancaster (Peso.) Examiner. I never until this fall realized the debt we owe the press, and I never appreciated the advantages 6f living in a country that elects its own rulers. My husband is a Democrat, and my father, who boards with us, is a Republican. On the 7th of November I took down mv last winter s cloak, and I couldn't keep back the tears. That cloak cost S25. but it was short, and of course I couldn't wear it this season. It didn't seem as if I could wear my double Paisley shawl all winter, but I thought of the sufferings ot the poor, our heavy church debt, and of the many obligations William had to meet the ftrst of January, and 1 concluded I wouldn't say a word about it. I might be a dowdy, but I would go calmly for wardup the church aisle supported by the smiles of an approving conscience. When William came home that night he said New York had gone for Tilden, and there was a glow upon his br...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 January 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JAM AKY20. 1377. Cheboygan Postoffie Mail arrive and depart as follows: FKT08KEY AND ALL roiNTS SOUTH. Arrive-Tuesdays, Thuredavs and Saturday. r. M. Depart-Mondays, Wednesdays and ndays, at 6 a. m. MACKINAW. Arrive-Moi. da vs. Wednesday an l Vridavs, ",r.u. I eiait Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 a. m. MACKINAW CITY ASI FlKKDOM. Arrive-Every Tuesday at noo'i. Deiwrt Tet'.,hj, at 1 r. M. MHM CJTY. Arrive rridays at 7 1 M. Dc;,art -Satu'davs at: AM. 1 i i A I lit 1 ' ALTENa. Goes by way of TetosVe y. Office oen foTftefivcrv of mm. and the issuing Money orders from :3 a. m to 8 p. M. Office open on Su ud .-.y's from 12:3 to 1: t r. m C. A. It ACE, P. M. Church Directory. TOXGUF.GATIONAL CHURCH. 2eti he comer of lluron and Nelson streets, KEY. R. M. THOMPSON, Pastor. Sunday Exercises. rriblic. worship ar 10:30 a . M. 5vnday School i-.:00 M. Evening H4-rv.ee 7.ou p. m. iFraycr-Mcetinjj on UeUnesUuy, ut 7:00 p. m. M. K. CHDKCII, ICorncrof Huron and Pin...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 January 1877

f VOL. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 27. 1877. NO 29. r i THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. FUBLISIIkU KVLRT SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One eopr, one year, Om opy, six month, ud copy, three months. f 2 X 1 0) 50 TXT ALWAYS IM AUVANCB. Subscribers within Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree bv mail, and WON living outside the county wUl Lave their postage pre paid by the pub.ishur. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One-half inch snace (six lines Nonpareil or tor one in-erti in. If cents ; one Inch space. ior n-insertion, 5o rents; lor each additional inch. MM i IMftMJ, 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will Ue given at the ofttee. Local notices to cents per due for the first in eiion. and 5 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Oarsin Business Directorv. five lines or un der, j per year; each additional line tl per rear Time Tables. G It AND RAPIDS & INDIANA it R. AND C. R. & F. W. R. R. HHUa TIMS CA23. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 January 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY '27. 1877. RAILROAD MATTER. While po far as we can ascertain tbrrc i no immediate prospect of Cheboygan seem ing ;i railroad, we hope that no buck ward step will be taken by the Legisla ture now in session, which will make the remote prospect stili more remote. As is well known, under the present condi tion of affairs the prospects of a railroad to this place, depend largely upon the completion of the Marquette and Mncki naw railroad, to aid the completion ot which the state two years ago made a "anre land grant. Owing to the stringen cy of the times, thus far no company has been found who would undertake the i construction of the road. Under the pro visions oft he act, two year's time having expired, the land will revert back to the state unless the present Legislature takes some action. The grant can be extended for a longer term, and we think the Leg islature will see the wisdom of passing law extending the time for the com mencement of the roa...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 January 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. EATURDAY. J AN LAKY 27, 1S77. the EVEfiNCi nor 11. The stream is calmest when it nears the tide, And lowcn are Bl the eventide, An I bin-Is moHt nansicil -t close nt day. And saints divineat when thev pass away. Morning i holy, hot a boUer charm Lie folded c!"e n Evening s robe of balm, nd w ary mi mut ever love hr best, Kor morning calls to toU, but n-ght to rest. She com fromheaven, and on her wings doth tx?ar A ho'v travrrance, like the breath of prayer; Footi'ps of ange's follow m their iraee, To shut the weary eye of day in peace. All th'nr are hushed before her as she throws O'er earth and sky ter m antle of repose ; There is a Mdmr beauty and a power That morning knows not in the Evening hour. PROFESSOR SPIDER BARTHOLO MEW. BY MRS. ANNE A. PRESTON. From the Provfdeuce Journal. Wbj shall have company to tea," Hor ace Kitkler stopped ions: enough in his whistling to observe, a he stood looking listlessly out of the window, idly drum inini; an accompaniment to ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 January 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 27. 1877, Cheboygan Postoffie MaiU arrive ami depart as follows: FETOSKKY AND ALL TOINTS SOI Til. Arrive Tuesdays, Thursday n! satunlnvs. ridaVVatiiV n:Uonda.VB' Wednesday, and MACKINAW. Arrive-Mondays, Wednedav sad Fridnvs, 'P.M. I epart Tuesdays," Thursdavs and Saturdays, at 7 a. m. MACKINAW C1TV AND FREKDOM. ArriTe Every Tuesday at noon. Depart Taediay, at 1 1. m. KOOERS CITT. rrive Fridays at 7 P M. Depart -Saturdays at 7 AM. aumvA. Goc hy way of Petoskey. 'jmm njon for doiivo-v or mm. nd the issuing Money IN Oka I from 7:H" a. m to S p. M. Office open on Snndnv' from 12:3 to 1:3 p. m C. A. liACE, P M. Church Directory. COX G U G ATI ON A L C 1 1 0 RCII . Xear the corner of Huron and Nelson streets REV. K. M. THOMPSON, Pastor. Sunday Exercises. Public worship at 10:30 A.M. Bcnriny school lim m. IftHM wrvee T.OSr. M l'rayei -Meeting on WerindaT, at 7:00 p. m. m. e. cncitcn, Corner of Huron and Pine street. Order oi of Sunday Exercises : Preachi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 February 1877

,K SUPERIOR . -?5T S? A " - I ( ' i j.gr UL2: i - ".. .f" i 4 'I i H J J. jcz '. VI " '1 5 A. V VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1,877. NO .30- Tw II HI C V "i V . Y A L6 J9 k"--1 31 ESI LSI l-JIWAilr.1! -.1 i t J I THE WKEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rDBLIStlfcD KVhKr SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN. MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Ou eopr. one year, ddc "py, i months, tns copy, three month-. $ 2 oo 1 0) 50 TLX ALWATI IK AUVAHCB. Subscriber within Cheboyjran county w I re eeive their papers tree by iu.u , nil Jlf. outM.le the county will have their pelade pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : one-half inch aoace (six lines Nonpareil or lew" lor one insertion, '5 cents ; one tMhMHm forooe insertion, Minents; tor each additional Inch, one insertion. -Vicenis. Foruneequent insertion, or a larger space, rieea rill I sovenai the otaee. Local notices 10 cents prr one tor the firt in er ion, and 5 ceats per line tor each subsequent Cants in Bnstneae Direitory, ve lmes 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. — 3 February 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUN JJ. LATURDAY. FKliKUAKY 3, 1677. MAIfFFACTUBLXG. We have reppatedly called the atten tion of onr readers to the importance of securing the establishment of manufactur ingjenterprises in our midst. The times are not propitious tor securing the establish ment of large enterprises, but it is not the larsre establishments which benefit a place the most. It is a large number of smaller ones. With the smaller ones the wealth is more equally distributed, and generally the same amount of capital invested gives employment to a larger number of workmen. Then the profits, if there are any, arc distributed among a larger number of people, and in this way comes the greatest good to the greatest number. Philadelphia Is, perhaps, the most prosperous, as certainly it is the most moral city in this country, and the cause can be directly traced to its large number of manufacturing establishments. We have a practical example of this in the broom handle lactory, started a year ago by Mr...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 February 1877

NORTHERN TRIM SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1877. THE FIRST WLASS. I hid often noticed when we were in anv party of pleasure annmjpi. uui own crtimmnion-. noNV Vyru Greyson avoided liquor Hie meniest occasion, the hot test day or the Cokkat eveuing;. found him ever strictly temperate a cold Water m;Ui of the moit rifkl type. And yet. he made no strong pro essions of temper ance, and in his life there WM every temp tation to mere pleasure-seeking. He was wealthy, an artist of no mean standing, a favorite in society, and would hate been eminently handsome, but for an expression of sadness that neier left his dark eyes, a reserve that hung over his speech on all occasion. But that he loved me, that we had become like broth er in five years of close in' imate friend hip, I Should never have learned the se cret of his MdneM or the cause ot Ins strict practical temperate habits. I remember well the morning when he came into mv studio quite early, to hud rae lvinr upon a lounge, nursm a split, tin...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 February 1877

SOUTHERN TRIBUNE. : AlUUDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 177. Cheboygan Postoffie MaiU arrive ami depart as follows: rxTosKcr and all toints south. Arrive Tnesdavr, Ttartftaj aivl Saturdnvs. v. m . Depart-Monday Wednesdays and r.days, at 6 a. X. Mackinaw, Arrive-Moffor. HVineadav nnd Fridv. ' r. M. Denari Tuesdays, Thursdays and ytturdavs.atT a. m. Mackinaw citv and fbekdox. Arrive-Everv Tuesday at noon. Depart Tncditt7. at 1 r. m . KOOKK8 riTT. Arrive Fridays at 17 AM. P M. Depart -Saturdays ALPKNA. Goes by way of Petofcey. 'JflW open for delivery of mai. and the issuing Money orders trotn 7:' a. m Co 8 r. m. Office open on Sunday's from 12:3 to 1:3 p. m C. A. RACE, P M. Church Directory. CONOR EG AT ION A L CH URCH. Ifeav the corner of Huron and Nelson streets, REV. K. M. THOMPSON'. Pastor, Sunday Exercises. Public worHhip at 10:30 .M D'Miday SchiNil i ::00 M. Kveninjr MM1 VM 7.0' p. m. Prayei -Meeting un v uduesday, at 7:00 p. m. M. E. CUCRCH, iCornerof Huron and Pine streets. Order ol of Sunday...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1877

K e SUPERIOR 'afters 1a 1 ( CHANNEL VOL. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1S77. NO 31, 4 W-: 3 mm mk v HI W W IHH HI I SHI XBBSBH ISSSOI IB1 inSBI H MV THE WKEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rUBLISUkU KVfcltr saturdat bt W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: copy, one year, on c ) , ix mouths, UM eopy, three montb. 12 00 1 00 50 FAY 1LW1V 8 IS ADVJLKCK. Subscriber within Cheboygan county will .re ceive their imuers lree by mail, and those living utside the county will have their pomage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inch snaee mix lines Nonpareil or less), tor one insertion.' a ci-nw ; one incuji, n. innion. oo cent: lor each additional iuch, one insertion, .Vcenis For u "sequent insertions, or a larger space, : ...ill I . ,.-. n ur thp nfh. '. IKxB Will , . . . Local notices 10 cents per une for tne nrst in- senion, ami 5 cent per me ior eavu f.f.fJl??l u..1m rlr-.tirv. Sy lines or un- er,$5er year; each additional line $1 per year , , Time Tab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 February 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1877. WHAT IS NECESSARY. Tbe benefits which will redound to thi county and village from the opening of navigation upon upon our inland lakes, are beyond any estimate which has yet been placed upon it. We think we are entirely sale in saying that the entire route will be open, in good condition for business by the first day of next June, and no doubt boats will be able to pass to the head of Crooked lake by the first of May. The question which now remains for the people of Cheboygan to determine is : Shall proper boats to accommodate the business be put upon the route ? We have called the attention of our citizens to this many times before. There is now no time to be lost. Shall Cheboygan have the benefit of this business or not, is the quest ion. If not, we can sit idly by, as we have done thus far, and that result will surely follow. There will be no trouble or labor attending it. If on the other hand, we desire the benefits arising from thi...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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