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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 March 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MARCH 17, 1877. A BRAND rKOA THE BURNING. I sat in Dr. Tobie's office. He had been reading a letter when 1 entered, and beyoml a simple salutation nothing was said until he had folded the missive and laid it aside. His eyes were moist as he finished the perusal, and he wiped them with his handkerchief. Then he got up and shook me warmly by the hand, and after a few passages of friend ly banter, he said to me : "Sit down old fellow, rve got a story for you." And he laid his hand upon the letter he had been reading. "I won't bore yon. It's a simple sketch, and the coloring you can put In for your self." I seated myself, and the doctor told me as follows : Twelve years ago I was railed to the police court to give my testimony con cerning the result of a post mortem on the body of a man who had been killed in a street brawl. This case having been disposed or, I took a seat within the bar to watch the wheel of fortune revolve upon other cases. They came up fro...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 17 March 1877

.a HERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1877. Cheboygan Postoffie 'Maild arrive anl depart as follows: IKTOHKY A!D ALL TOINT8 SOUTH. Arrive rd depart daily. aCKvaw. A rrtr-Monday. Wedncdav unl Friday. Ir. M. I epart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Vtunlvs,at7 a. m. M A Cl I N' A W city ad frefpom. arrive-Everv Tuesday at noon. Depart 1 uedasy, at 1 P. M. ROORR8 C1TT. Arrive Fridays at 7 P M. Depart - Satu"davs Wfl X J. altkxa. hfir (e by-way of Tetoskey. Office open for delivery of xtn. and the issnibu iloney orders from 7:H a. m :o r. m. office pen on Sunday' from 12.3 to 1:1 p. m o. a. rack, p m. Church Directory. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. TTI&i the corner of II uron and Nel ?nrr stre 1 1, REV. R. M. THOMPSON, Tiistor. Sunday Exercises. Pnbl'c worship at.... Svnday School .. Kveninjr service. Prayer -Meeting on 11:30 a.m. 1':00 m. 7 3i P. M. Wednesday, at 7:.'0 P. M. II. K. CHURCH, Corner of Huron and Pine streets. Order ol of Sunday Exercises : Preaching at IftM a. m., and 7:0 P. si. Supl ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 March 1877

VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. MARCH 24. 1877. NO 37. i THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rWBUIIk.D EVE.RT SATURDAY" BT W. C HANDLER , QUEBOYQABy MICHIGAN. TEI8 OF SUBSCRIPTION: $2 00 1 00 50 rV' ' msntha, Oat aovy. three months. FAT ALWAYS IM ADYJLMCE. Sh-ribr within Chebovsran county will re- eerva their papers tree by mail, and those hying utaide the county will nave tueir poeiage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or teas) tor one insertion, 9b cents; one inch space, for one insertion, 50 seats; lor each additional Uich. one insertion, V) cents rornoseouent 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 Director v. five lines or un der, $ per year; each additional line 1 per year Tune Tables. G RAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R. AND C. R. & F. W. R. R. 90KMS3E3 TI1U SASS. HOV. 26, 187...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 March 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1877. REPUBLICAN liOWS. TIONS. Justice of the Supreme Court, THOU As M COOLEY. Regents of the University, VICTORY P. COLLIER, GEORGE L MALTZ. SROITLD MACKINAW OPPOSE OCR RAILROAD 1ROJECT ? In a brief item last week, we noticed that the citizens of Mackinaw county were circulating a remonstrance against the Legislature Aaklag a land grant to the Grand Rapids & Indiana railroad to assist it in coming to this place. It seems to us that although this action is intend ed to work injury to Cheboygan, and benefit to Mackinaw, it cannot have an injurious effect on Cheboygan without having the same eftect on Mackinaw. Even if it were possible that the efforts of that county to have the effect of pie venting the railroad trom coming to this place, what benefit could such a co irse be to Mackinaw county. It would not increase the growth of the county or add to its importance abroad. It would not secure Mackinaw county a railroad a day sooner. In fact, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 March 1877

I NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MARCH 24, 18T7. Cabibon, Bocldrr County, Col., M&I'CQ 8t&, 1877. ) Friend Chakles : Well, Charles, my boy, I think it now about time to dirty a sheet of paper lor your amusement. I think it will not be out of place to tell you of my travels first, as they came first, and about tne times afterward. Now to begin at the beginning : From Cheboygan we had a fine run up the lake, stopping on our way one day at Milwaukee. When I got to Chicago I did your lit tle business, and staid there with a friend one week, then started for the west. Now, in itelling you a part of what 1 have seen, I may pass over Illinois, (as you have a knowledge of it.) and oross the great bridge of the Mississippi into Missouri. Here, first, I noticed a touch of the semi-southern climate. Th land is rather flat, like Illinois, though unlike it in being pretty well wooded, which differs from that of the north. Their trunks are luxuriantly clothed with vines that run out on their...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 March 1877

NffifflJKW TRIBUNE. A rURDAT. MARCH 24, 1877. Cheboygan Pcstoffie Mail arrive and depart n follows: rrrosKEY and ai-l roiNTS south. Arrive and aepart daily. MACKINAW. Arrive Mondays, Wertne-dav and Fri ' r. x. Ieiart Tuesdays, Thursdays iuiruay8, ar , a. m. MACKINAW CITT A SI) FRKKDOM. Depart lava, ana Arrive Tue.dasr Arri at 7 A M. -fivprv Tuesday at noon. .11 1 P. M. KOGKKft CITr. Fridays at 7 t H. Depart -Satu"flaya AI.FKNA. Goes by way of Petoky. DAVe nppn for letive'-y nf nnu vl the issuing; Money orders from 7:- a. it to H p. m. Office open on Sunday from Mfca i0 hi i m t A. LSATK, P M. Church Directory. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Ifav the corner of Huron nd Nelson streets, REV. R. M. THOMPSON. P;.stor, Sunday Exercises. Public worship at 10:30 a.m. fl'nlay School l v:00 m. Evening service 7.8i.M. Prayei -Meeting on Wednesday, ut 7:30 p. u. M. p. cnuBcn, Corner of Huron and Pine streets. Order of of Sunday Kxercises : Pnchin at M: M a. m., and 7:W p. M. SHnday School at 11 i. Teac...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 March 1877

r. aaooo ntAoatJa E X T H A. EDITION . VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 27 1877. I NO 37. New Goods ! P. M. LATHROFS. Clothing, Suits for Children, from 2 1-2 years of age to 12. Gents' Suits from 12 years of age to 20, handsomeljriftMe. A good line of Cloths. Cutting for Children done free. Suits made to order. A FULL LINE OF Ladies' Ready Made : 1 . New Stock of 1,000 yards of Dress Goods, at from mm mimk i GROCERIES! Coffee, best, only 25 cents, Canned Goods a specialty. Clearing out a choice lot of Teas, at less than value on account of quantity on hand. A good Japan and Green Tea at 40 cents. WILL KEEP DURING THE SEASON A FULL SUPPLY OF PORK, FLOUR, BEEF, GRAIN & FEED at Low Prices. TEEMS CASH OR READY! PAY. v Mii mwm W Pill FMMHB Wood, or Timber, such as can be used in the Broom Handle Factory or Shingle Mill. A Complete Sacques and Suits will be received in time for that Trade. WANTED TO BUY, DELIVERED. New Goods ! ! 4f TT Stock of MILLINERY DRY GOODS 12 1-2 cents to 25 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 27 March 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. MARCH 27, 1S77. Cheboygan Posteffie Mail arrive an I depart as follows: FBTOSKKT AND AH. rOINTS SOUTH. Arrtv- and '.opart daily. M ACM A W. Arrive Ifonri v. Wednrsttav" and Fridays, r. m. I t ran Tuesdays, Thursday and Vi'.uHiavs.at : a. m. MCKISAWCITT (D TlFTDON. Arrive Everv Tucaday at Boon. Depart Tuesday, at 1 p. m. H'M . M riTT. Arrive Fridays at 7 P M. Impart -Saturday's at T AM. ALPE! A. Goes by way of Petoey. 'JfBt ripen for rtrivpT nfmn: sndthe !k:iir!2 Money orders from 7:: a. m to 8 p. m. I 'Alee pen on Sunday' from 12:3 to p. m C. A. RACE.P M. Church Directory. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Kei the corner of Huron and Nelson street, REV. R. If. THOMPSON, Pastor. Sunday Exercises. Public worship at lor.K) a.m. Sv.nday School j:00 m. Evening service 7.30 y, m. Prayer-Meeting on Wednesday', at 7:30 p. u. M. E. CHURCH, Corwerof Huron and Pine streets. Order ot of Sunday Exercise : Preaching at HW0 a. m., and 7V10 P. m. Sunday School at P2 M. Teachers' M-e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 March 1877

J klr SUPERIOR VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1877. NO &3 rs a " M. i Af n " r v nil m hmt THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rUBLlgHkD EVERT" SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oneeopy, ane 7Cr - On copy, six months, Oai copy, three months, - PJLT ALWAYS IS A.DYA.KCE. f I 00 1 00 50 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 : e)ie-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or mm). Tor one insertion. 25 cents ; one Inch space, rnni insertion, oO cents; ior uaou ouuina' tach. one insertion, 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be given at the offlce. Local notices 10 cents per line for the first in sertion, and 5 cents per line for each subsequent msertiun. Cards in Business Direc tory, five lines or un der, H per year; each additional line tl per year. Tune Tables. G RAND RAPIDS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 March 1877

Cheboygan stands upon the threshold of a Mew existence. The ipring of 1877 wiK see it emerge from the vUTaejB gov ernment, which ha proven too cramped and small, and clothe itself In the cloth ing of a new government, which it is hoped will more fully meet the wants of prosperous and growing place. The future of Cheboygan is to a great exten ln the hands of its citizens. Not only those who may be called its leading citi zens, because they are foremost in public matters, but of every citizen of the vil lage. It is true. M we have many times stated, that Cheboygan has elemenrs of growth which are not controlled by its citizens or by tqeir acts. Still all those natural advantages can be largely in creased arid made much more valuable, by the citizens, if they push these advan tages to the front. Do any of our citi zens fully realize the advance which Che boygan h;is made during the past two or three years ? lias not every year and almost every month brought with it some corresponding g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 March 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATUKDAY, MARCH 31, 1877. CHAPTERS OX COLORADO. Jotimev Continued The Hc.in- taine and Other Objects of Interest -By James Byron. We closed our first chapter in talking of fMHMJ bears and voting mountains. We will now drop the bears and leave them to the bearcsses, and have a word or two more of the young mountains. There are some of these mounts so very amall that they are actually not more than twenty times as large as the Island of Mackinaw. But oh, let us not talk of the homeliness and tameness of that great magnificent wonder of the northern world, compared with the smallest and homeliest one of these. You might as well compare a toad stool to a cauli flower. The next thing that draws our attention is the Castle Roc);. It stands on a 6mall hill near the roadside, the granite walks of which tower perpendic ular to the height of three hundred feet. A handsomer and more complete foimed ertle no man n eed wish to look upon. Clothed with ull its angles, tow ers and...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 31 March 1877

1 NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MARCH 31, 1877. Cheboygan Postoflfie Mails arrive anl depart as follows: PETOSKKY AND ALL TOIJITB SOLTH. Arrive and aepaxt daily. MACKINAW. Arrive afomlayg, WeateeNaiya and Fridays, '. r. it. leart Tuesdays,' Thursdays and ktardavs,at 7 a. m. MACKINAW CITY ASP FaFKDOM. Arrive -Every Tuesday at noon. Depart ToetdnsT, at 1 i m. ROOKRS CITT. Arrive Fridays at 7 F M. Depart -Saturdays at 7 AM. ALPENA. Goe by wav of Petoskey. Office open for delivery of mat. and the issuing Money orders from 7: C a. m to 8 p. m. Office open on Sun-lay's from 12:3 to p. m C. A. RACE, P. M. Church Directory. lONGBEGATlONAL CHURCH. Na- The eorner of Hilton and Nelson streets, REV. R. M. THOMPSON, Pastor. Sunday Exercises. Public worship at 10:30 a.m. Svn.lav School 12:00 M. Kveninir nerv.cc 7.3o p. M. Frayer-Meetinn on W eilneaday, at 7:30 P. M. M. E. cnURCH, Corner of Huron and Pine streets. Order of of Sunday Exercises: Preaching at 10:30 a. m., ami 7:30 p. m. wnday School at...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1877

VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. APRIL 7. 1S77, KO 39 t THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHkD EVLKT f ATURDAT BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oae tarty. ane mr, - Oa e 'pjr, x rantti. Una sopy , three month, TA1 ALWATSl ADVASCB. S3 1 0 . Sahacriber withm (heboyfran county will re ssire ibeir papera tree tv ui ami ii, - Iivihk outside the county w.il kTe tueir oit( !' taid uy ilia jue tatter. RATES OF ADVERTISING : ttae-half inp mace tir linea Nonpawl or toss), lor oi.e in -erti n. 5 c nts ; one inr.n MMMMj foroae nianrdon, fx" sent: lor each additional kn-b one insertion, feicema For nrMquent insertions, or a larger apace, jri'" will jives' the .itHce Local node-a 10 ceuta $ r fan for the lrt in ter ion. ail ecata t-tr Uee for SOOfe auka quent 4-eriiun. Card m B taineo Pirec'nrv. tire lines or un der. i per year, each a lditionsi line l per yer at Tl' i IT' " - Tune Tablet. G RAND RAPIDS INDIANA R. R. AND C. R. & F. W. R. R. SQXSXXStB TUC1 CASS. HCT. 35,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. APRIL 7. 1877. THE TOWN ELECTION. The regular Democratic township ticket was elected last Monday, including all the ring nominees. It was elected by methods bo:h disgraceful and, in our opinion, illegal. The same disgraceful tactics were employed last fall, but not, perhaps, to such a marked extent. Wc took no notice of it at that time, think ing that, in the excitement of a prolonged and warmly contested political canvass, and over-zealous for party success, indi vidual members of the party had com mitted indiscretions which would not have been countenanced under other cir cumstances. When, however, atfa town ship election, the exponents of the same ring employ the same disgraceful methods, evidently by some preconcen trated arrangements, and thereby thwart the real will of the people of the town who have an interest in honest and eco nomical government, we think It is time that some notice was taken of it, and such proceedings brought; to public at tent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1877

I NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. APRIL 7.1877. BOW RIGHTS. I wond-r now if any one In thitbrond heard. In favor od wi-troddn boy. One nudta" word ' , We hMTH-'adiol-wcwn'i riphta," Anl "rijrht of working men." O' ' equal rifht-V and "nation's righto,'' pray jut tell tif when Boys" right were evr vpoken oft Why, we've become so ued Tj being nurle t by every one, And id ghted and abused. That when one i polite to us, We opeo wine bur eyea. And stretch therain ustottighmcnt To nearly twice their size '. Boy seldom dare to ask their friends To venture in the house; It don't c me natural at nil To creep lonnd like a mouse. And It we nhmild forget ourselves And make a little noise. Then ma or auntie ure would say, "Oh, my ! those dreadful boys." The girls bangon the piano, In peace, but if the boys Attempt a tune with fife and drum, It's A8top that horrid noise .... "That horrid noise !"j a t think of it, W hen sister never fails To make a noie three tint-s as bad, With ever.aatlng "scales. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 7 April 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY 22 APRIL 7. 177. Cheboygan Postoffie Miu arrive an t depart follow: PTCICT AND A I. L Pol NTS L'TM. Amu sad uepsrt iHtl y. MACKIViv. Arrive-Mondays. Wedm-,iayii an I Frfclavs. F. H. Feiart Tuesdays, Thursday a sad jaiurusvs. i , a m. mckiwaw citt aid rarxnoM. Arrive Every Tuesday at soon. Deaart Taed sy, at 1 t m. RDQKRft "1TT. Arrive Fridays at 7 P M. Depart -Satutlays ii a at. At.rwa. 4e i,y sjajr of Pe'o k y. Ntaa orn fr desire v Y msi. snd th Issnin Money on !- from 7: " m P r -mce open .n sun iav- p-'m i?: if r. x C A. RAK, P M Church Directory. CONQRF.O TlOXAL CttTBCH. 2la the corner o' Huron and Nclon trerts, REV. R. M. THOMPSON, Pustor. Sunday Kerria's P.iboc sjsssfcta at 1:S0 m -ndav School :oo m. r.vonmg M-rv re 7.S p. v. Prays. -Meeting on ednemtav. t 7:30 F. M. M. K CTfURCH, Cernerr.f Huron and Pine street. rnroi if undav fcxercme : Preaching at mun a. m., and 7: to r. m. Sunday N'ho i at IS M. Teacher-' M-e in Tueadiy. r. M. Prarer Me.-tina. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1877

A NASA VOL. 2. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 14. 1877. NO 4 . THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISH KD EYART SATURDAT BY W. CHANDLER, HSaOGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : pa npy, tlx nsontaS. bos eopy, tnree months. . 1 00 PAT ALWAYS I ADVAHC. Snbscr iter wilhia Cheboygan STSSLTnlS Mir iheir papers tree by MB, and mewlirag wSSE Ss county will hare their postage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Oas-fcalf Inch space (six lines IfPlJJj l.ToTonJ"Slertien, 5 cents ; 2&SJ aenJoo, and eeatt per line for each subsequent CaV3s in Easiness Directory, flye lines or un der. I per year; each adtUtlonat line 1 1 per year. Time Tables. QRAND RAPIDS INDIANA R. R. AND C. R. & F. N. R. R. fffltVtlS T1MX C4XS. HOT. 26. 1876. GOING NORTH. No 7i No 5 No 3 No 1 P M I A M F M m so n at Cincinnati' ff 4 p Ricliniond .- Wtasanfter. 110 00 10 35, 3 40 11 J 1L 40 4 66 P M . Ill 30; 12 i9 5 22 12 22 12 38: 5 Nl 1 ftftl 1 5 7 1H fi 50 2 50 I 20 A X 3 35 3 05 7 0 4 bl 4 8 30 6 42 5 j6 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY APRIL 14. 1877. THF PAST AD Fl'TVRE, Do any of the readers ot the Tribune stop to think how much real progress Cheboygan village and county have made in the past year and a half? How many improvements have been inaugutated. which will, before many years, make Cheboygan rank as the most rapidly growing portion of the reat north at a grent state. Let as see h:it Uss-tfiaii two years have accomplished for this place. The harbor has been so much 'm proved that instead of two regular boats per week, there is one nearly every day. more than anv other town in this section 1 of the state. Wo havo an-another appro priation for still further improving the harbor, and one for range lights, the work upon which will commence this season. We have received an appropria tion from the state for, and have nearly completed, improvements upon our in land lakes, which will give us direct communication fifty or more miles in land, and with thousands of acres of land. We have ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE M SATURDAY. APRIL 14, 1877. CHAPTERS Olf COLORADO. "Hr Journeying tlirula tne .Hnn tains -Nature's Architecture glen- BY JAMBS BYBON- So much lor weapons. I myself never Wned one, and of course never carried one, and never have seen the time or place that I needed them, although I have been north and' south, day and nipht, and it I ever saw the ghost of danger it was in the North. But let us go back a little and take a look at the Uncompagre Peak. There are very rich mines on and around him, he presents a sight most bewildering. Even people who see him every week will stop their wagon or coach to gaze on him with ad miring and awe-inspired eyes. His dreadful cone towering tar, far into the blue of heaven, some parts for many hundreds ot leet perpendicular, while others for hundreds of feet are projecting and overhanging, as suspended in open space, wb ile on his summit, above the clouds, stands a tremendous, frowning castle, sombre and grim, 'a house not made with h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 14 April 1877

NORTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY. APRIL U. 1877. Che bey g a Posteffie M stU arrive ami depart as follows: PCTOSKBT AMD ALL POIKT8 SOUTH. Arrivt and depart daily. MACKINAW, ArrTve Mfndjija, Wednesday and Friday r. M. Iepart spart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Vtardsva,st7 a. m MACKIMAW cmtt and FKEKDOM Arrive Every Tuesday at noon. Depart Toedaj, at 1 p. m. ROGKR8 f ITT. Arrive Fridays at 7 f M. Depart -Saturdays at 7 AM. ALPENA. Goes bv wsv of Petoskev. Offlce open for delivery of mai. and the issuing Money orders irom a. w o r. m. Offlce ooen on Sun' lav frora 12:S to 1:5 P. P. A. RACE. P. M. Church Directory CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. K ear the corner of Huron and Nelson streets, REV. R. M. THOMPSON, Pastor. Sunday Exercises. Public worship at - 10:30 a.m. Bandar School ; 12:00 Jt. Evening service 7 JO p. m. Prayer-Meeting on Wednesday, at 7:30 p. M. 1. CHURCH, Corner of Huron and Pine streets. Order ot of Sunday Exercises ; Preaching at 0:M a. m., and T. JO p. m. Sunday School at 12 M. Teacher' Me...

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