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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 November 1877

. VOL. 3. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1S77 NO. 20 : v' SUPERIOR i rl'HK WKKKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rUBI.ISHkD EVKR1T SATURDAY IiT Wi CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, - lu o py, ix laootua, - ue copy, taree luonllit, - ' m w 1 00 &0 PAT ALWAYS III ADVAXCE. 9ttbcriber within Cheboygan county will re ceive iheir papers lrea by man, and tiiee living ouixl the county will nave tueir postage pre paid uy Ihm publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or less), tor one Insertion, '25 cents ; one Inca space, lor one insertion, 50 rente; lor each additional Inch, sne insertion, 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, prices will be fives at the office. Local notices 10 cents per line tor the first in sertion, and 5 cents per line tor each subsequent iuertios. Cards ia Business Directory, live lines or un der, S3 per year; each additional line SI per jcar. Time Tables. G 1 HAND RAPIDS & INDIANA...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 November 1877

tar - . NORTHERN TRiBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1877. TMAKSGIV1 PROCLAMATION. By Charles M. Croswell, Govt mor of Michigan : The present yearhaa been one of manifold ble sings. Peace aad plenty have prevailed "ithin our border. The fruits of the earth . aw been abundant and the harve.-t bounti tA We have enjoyed health in a re t. irkable decree. Our people have been e ore in their homes and the sacredness of person and property has been preserved. We have been saved from war, with its attendant horror, and from the disorder which elsew here in our ;and has reentry destroyed many lives and .nuch property. Our rich harvest gives hope that the emda of financial distress and embar rassment which have settled upon us will soon e hit i We have enjoyed the advantages of l ui ft ty. of rehgion and good govern ment, arid iia e advanced in ail the elements tbaffcotiatituta a great, free and prosperous penpV. h a manifestation of our gratitude for the rich ble-rings we have thus enjoyed, I ha...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 November 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1877. ITIY SWEETHEART. Dn von kTi"T my sw( otheart. sIt? Sho ha flJd an1 ?ne awav. I v 1-vit ut lv: Try tell In me Have you seen fcer pass to-daj? rw bluebells are her eyes; Glfrn corn her wavinsr hair; Her chek are of the sweet blush-roses; Have you &een this maiden fair? White lillips are her neck, sir; And her breath the eljrnntine; Ht rosv Hr8 the red carnations; ) Sach is she, this maiden mine. The Ujrht wind is her lauarhtpnl The m rmnrinir brooks Her song; IW tears, so full of t-nder pitv, I - the clouds are borne along. The sunbeams are her mile; The leaves her footstep l'jrhr; To kiae each ooy fl wer into hit Is my true love's delight. I will tell von who she i, no! how ad ibinjrs become her. Bni down, that I may whisper. My swee heart's name is 'Summer." Chamber's Journal, NI.IPPFRV BILL'S ADVENTURE. Three isisfer, Jane, Marie and Annie llaskiill lived in a small but comfortable cottasre vituafei just within the suburbs of MHUon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 24 November 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24. lt77. haboygan Postofine Mail arrive and depart as follows: PBTOSKKT AND AM. roiNTS SOUTH. Arnvu and oepart daily. MACKINAW. Arrive Monday?. Wednesday and fYiitary, P. M. J epurt Tuesdays, Thursdays an-i Saturdays, at 7 a. m. MACKIN AW CITT AXD FREEDOM. Arrive Every Saturday at noon. Depart Tuesday, at 1 r. m. ROGERS CITT. Arrive Fridays at 7 P M. Depart -Saturdays at 7 AM. ALPENA. Co by way of Petoskoy. Office open for delivery of mai. and the Issuing Money orders from 7:S0 a. m to 8 p. m. Office open on Sunday' from ttZH to 1:'? P. M J. . FORD, P M. Church Directory. M. E. CHCRCII, Corncrof Huron and Pine streets, CHARLES P. WHITECAB, Pastor. Order of of Sunday Exercises : Preaching at 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12 M. ToeOBTi ' Meeting, Tuesday, 7:46 p. m. Praver Mp ting. L iu rlav, 7: 45 p. m . The public are affectionately invited to all our Met' mi jib. TOWN TALK. Lathrop has just received a tine lot ol new jooJs. The f...

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

VOL. 3. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER J. 1877. NO. 21 - THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVKUT SATURDAY BY W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICUIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oac cepy, aae year, Oacy,iix muiiths, Ou c4j, three monthl. 14 H - 1 00 M l"at ALWAYS IS ADVAXCB. Subscriber wrUain Cheboygan county will re ceivs tlieir papers tre hy ruii. ami (boe living ou ton Its lbs county will Wave their postage pre paid uy ih pubiuber. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or less), lor on insertion, 5 cents ; one Inen space, tor one insertion, SOsents; lor eacb additional Inch, tne i aaertion , 50 cents. Fur subsequent iusertions,or a larger space, prices will Us give at the office. Local aoticea 10 cents per line tor the first in aemoa, and 5 cents ijr iiue for each subsequent insertion. Uartiain Business Directory. Ave lines or un der, $3 per year; each additional line $1 per j ear Time Tables. G 1 HAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R. AND C..&F. W. R. R. :;srisuse...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 December 1877

l H" 1 1 Mil ii wi: E. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1877 ( JEBOK.AX VILLAGE AND CCIX TV. The manj' natural Advantages )o- ed by Ch'ctovgan ore acknowledged by nil who huve given hc subject nniy thought, and that It is destined to be come a plncf of inrpouanee is generally conceded. Sit.ur.teil. as it is, on the gre$t unt urtil highway ot commerce, enjoying a good vu bor and backed by an abund ance ot the best of fanning land, possess- cd of advantages tor lnanutactiurin-jM" " poses not excelled by any other ii:;:, and, withal, possessed of a people 1 nil of KO-ahcajkitivcness.'' it is not to be wou den.d :it tli.'it i he geucrai opinion js that, someday Cheboytan is to bo n city ot importance.' ' We know ot no otlier pi. ice that has kept advancing more than has onr village during the period of delu sion which the country has passed through. While many other place have been at a standstill, Cheboygan has been steadily improving. Since the panic struck the country, although it has not impro...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 December 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1877. HTER THE W1BES. Barfltn Beatru by a Little Girl. BY S. AHNIB FROST. Firs I must tell yon who I urn, and how i Ciime to be in I he Baysville bank in the wee ainai' hours" one dreary De cember night, some three years a;o. Mj name theu is Ollvo Hudson, and I was 17 years old that smo December litehL ami so very email that Mis. Knljfht's Dolly, who was not 12. was half a head taller man myself. We were rich folks once, but father died and ielt us rery poor. Mother struggled along in a weary hand-to-hand tight with poverty until 1 was 10, and died. She had rented two rooms of Airs. Knight, a widow also, with two stalwart sons, an aged father, and two daughters. .Alter mother died t was adopted by the Knights, and although 1 was earning a support as music teacher in the Bays ville academy, I was like one of the fam ily, wlisul was iu my good landlady a Tbey west all In good positions, al though by no means an aristocratic fam ily. John, the el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 December 1877

IWm TRIBUNE. UHDAY. DEC KMBEK 1, 1877. heboygan Postcffie Mails arrive and depart as follows: iETOSKET AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. Arritv' and depart daily. MACKINAW. Arrire-Mon'.ays. Wednesday anl Fridays, v. tl. Depart lueBdave, Thursdays and "atiiniays,at7 A. M. WACKINAWC.TV AL FRKF.DOM. Arrive Every Saturday at Boon. Depart twgxrs citt. Arrive Fiiday sat 7 P M. Depart -Saturdays ll AM. ALPENA. Gne by way of Petoskey. 'Jfficc open for delivery of mat. nnd the Issuing Money orders from 7:30 a. si to 8 r. M. ofiice open on Sunday's from 12:3 to l:'t r. M J. . FOrth. P. M. Church Directory. m. e. church. Corner of Huron and Pine street. CHARLES P. WIIITECAR, Pastor. Order ol of Sunday Exercises : Preaching at 10:30 a. m ., and 7:10 r. m. hunday School at 12 m. Teachers Meeting, '1 uesday. 7:45 p. M. Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7: 45 p. M. The public are affectionately invited to all our Meetings. row TALK. Chniles Gcycr lias ie civotl his com mission as postm tstcr at GejervHie. The wet cor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 December 1877

IB z E SUPERIOR S liJ -v f rates'- r" CJAMt MJk VOL. 3. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1877. NO. 22 ,,wiwrM na ram i -a . L A AT A s ai umuism i - wmm f he Hvm m j?r ,.VM-x -Pe.. 1 O .p: ti, . QSH HI IMS I ESI Tr IWrr P ? ' . ft -'x r v w THE WEEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVkRY SATURDAY" BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One coy, one year, Due c , ix montus, Uiu co, ifcree uiunilia. S 2 90 1 Ou 5U PAY ALWAYS IM ADVANCE. Subscriber within Cheboygan county will re ceiv ihcir paper tree ly mail, and those living ouuule the county will have tlieir puaiage pre paid by Ui pubiuber. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or leasj. tor oue in&ertion,25 cents ; one lucu space, luroue insertion, 50 cents; lor each additional inch, one insertion, 5Ucenis. For mequent insertion, or a larger space, prices wilt be given at the ofhee. Local notices ii cents per line tor the first in sertion, and b oenu per due for eacb subsequent inserti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 December 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. bATUUDAY. DECEMBER & 1877 POSTAL. SAVINGS BAXKS. For come years past the subject of es tablishing postal savings banks has been under discussion. The many recent failures ot savings banks throughout the country has awakened the public to the necessity o! having some plan adopted whereby the savings of the laboring classes will be made secure. The great benefit derived by the country from the present system of banking, by hteli the issues ot the. various banks are made pei feet 1)' secure for the benefit of the holders, has led many to think that some pliiil might be devised whereby the savings of the poorer classes could bo made equally safe. T effect thi$ purpose the postal savings banks have been suggested, and the public demand has been so great for the establishment of something of the kind, that already a number ot bills have been introduced in Congress looking to some such system. the organization of A thorough exaroi- nation has been m ule of the working...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 December 1877

i NORTHERN TR1BONE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1877. V ft ANMK FROST. 1 cannot set down " so many worrit jnL when or how it came to be umier itooii between my partner, John btill man, aii'l myself, that I was to marry hi daughter Nannie when she was old vnoujgb. 1 have a vague impression that fthe was In long clothes at the timg we first talked of it. Her mother died when she was a little girl, ami old Mrs. Stillman took her home to the tamily house at Owl's Cor ner, one oi the prettiest villages I ever Imd the good fortune to see. But Nan nie was eighteen when I tirst saw her a woman, acd this was the scene of our meeting. John had sent for me to come to Owl's Corner on a certain July d iy, promising to drive over to the station and meet me. as my elderly legs covered the ground but slowly. We had retired from busi ness, rich men both, some five years be fore, ami corresponded reguluily. But 1 bad been abroad, and this was my first visit to Owl s Corner in ten years, i re membered Nanni...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 December 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. bATURDAY. DKCKMBSR S. li77. heboygan Postoflrte Mails Arrive ami depart as follows: FBTOSKBT AND A II SOUTH. Arrive a a 1 depart daily. MACKINAW. Arrive Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, p. M. Depart Tuesdays, Thursdays and yturttays,at 7 a. m. MACKINAWTCTTT AS U FREEDOM. Arrive Every ' Saturday at noon. Depart Tue. t .6T. at l i. M. ROGKRS C1TT. Arrive Fridays at 7 AM. P M. Dapart -Saturdays ALPKN A. doe' by way of Petoskey. lfli. e open lor delivery of mai. and the issuing .Money orders from 7:30 a. M to 8 P. M. t'flice open on Sunday's from V2:X io V.-t p. M J F. FOUD. P. M. Church Directory. If. K. CHURCH, Certoerof Huron and Pine street?, C1IARLES P. WIIITECAR, Pastor. Order ot of Sunday Exercises: Preaching at 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at VI m . Teacher.-.' Meeting. Tuesday, 7:45 P. M. Prayer Me tinc. Thursday ?"7: 45 p. m. The public are affectionately invited to all our Meetings. TOW TALK. Buy your boy a new suit of clothes it Lutbiojrs, for ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 December 1877

VOL. 3. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1877. NO. 23 rl'HE WKEKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rUBLlSHLD EVLRT SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, - One opy, six moot as, Ouu coj , three months, 9 2 00 1 Oil SO PAT ALWAYS M ADVANCS. Subscriber within Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and tlioete living ouisuie the county will have ttieir postage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or less), tor one insertion, '25 cents; one Inch space, tor one insertion, &o cents; lor each additional inch, one insertion , 5b cents. For subsequent inseitions, or a larger space, prices will be given at the ofliee. Local notices 10 cents per line tor the first in sertion, and 5 cents per line for each subsequent iaeriion. Cards in Business Directory, five lines or un der, $j per year; each additional line 91 per year. Tune Tables. llAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. ft. AND C. R. A F...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 December 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATTliDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1877. It A.NGE EIGHTS. The inore:jse of traffic to ami from this harbor inakes It imperative that some thing should be doue to secure the erec tion ot permanent and powt rful rangq lights, or that there should be a pier liht at the entrance or the harbor chan nel. to enable the various crafts desirifig to mike thU port to enter the channel without difficulty or being delayed. A is well known, there was an appro priation of $10.WOO made by i Oppress for the purpose of building permanent ranges, but the appropi iation h:s never been used on account of the titles to the hind selected as sites for the towers not being satisfactory to the govenuiii nt. We are confident that bad the)toper ef fort been put forth on the part of the cit izens of Cheboygan, the difficulty might have been overcome ami the lights haye bet n in position during a considerable portion of the season which has just closed, Lut, w ith the exception of a very tew persons, no i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 December 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. ATUUDAY. DECEMBER 15, 177. NOR A HPS DFVOTIO. "Ah, how prettv she is!" he said. "Was there ever such a pretty lass, d'ye think, Norah n "Perhaps not.'" said Norah," and she s took her milking pU nd followed Mtiy,guKig on betore with a light step and a gay song toward the meadow where tin- rows lroed. It when she wfl quite out of hearing ot Ned Wilton, sit ting peiche I upon the stile, she muttered to lrell : "I'leUy ! pretty ! pretty ! Ay, they ring tb chnuges upon that. , these men. as the old bell-ringer Uiat knew but his one tune used to do, down in tiM ehurch tower. Pretty ! pretty ! pretty ! I's never 'good;' it's never honest ;U never true It's always p;etty." " Then she slopped and looked i'p. iM said, with a quiver of p issionate grifi'in her voice: "Oh. I'd give t lie world just to hear Ned Wilton call me pretty Whit a tool L am!" and she went on with her pails toward the eows Brown Bess and Lily White and Pret ty Polly. Certainly Norah wa- not pretty, and...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 December 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1877. Mail arrive and depart a? follows: PETOSKKT AND ALL TOlNTS SOLJ II. Arr.rc and acuart daily. Arrive Mondava, Wednesdays MM FridHys. p. M. Depart A'aesdays, Thursdays ami aturdays,at7 A. a. MACKINAW CITY AKD Ftr.lHM. Arrive-Evory Saturday at noon. TuedabT.l 1 i'. Depart- KUGKKS C ITT. Arrive iday at 7 P M. at 7 AM. Depart -Saturday Al.rEXA. G bv wav f Petokey. LfUoe open JM ftrOtevj oi mai. and the issuing Hoar J order from 7:30 a. M M i P. 5. v lik e open on Sumiay' fiom 12:3 o I: I P. M J r. FOIU, P M. Church Directory. M. E. CIICUCH, Corner cl Huron and Fine strict-, C1IAKLE6 V. Willi ECAK, I'astor. Older oi of Sunday Lxeici.-es : Preaching at 10M0 a. m., and 7::0 P. a. &Hiidu school at tft M . TeachciV Mee.iug, 1 uewlay, 7:45i m. Praer Mnt.nn. 'aftavNOftJ , 7: 46 p. a. The public are affect ioual y inviled to all om kcclllw:. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Heai the corner of Huron and Nelson tlrettf, M. TIIOmPcjON, Pa tor. mi inlay Exerc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 December 1877

,AKE SUPERIOR- VOL. 3. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1877. NO. 24 r THE WEEKLY NMtTam TRIB UNE. PUBLISHED KYIRT SATURD A T BY W. CHANDLER, GUMBOYUAN, M WHIG AN. TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION; One copy, one year, - Oue o-'p v, :. mouths, - Uu co", three months, - 1 00 M PAY 1LWAII lM A DVAXCB. SatoMriberswiibia Cheboygan county will re seda t&eir paparslreo uiuil, aud iLo-e living untue the wffUaty will have their puoiae pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Jus-half inch snace (six lines Nonpareil or lei. lor oue m-ertiou. 5 rents ; one Inch space, for one insertion, 5o cents; lor each additional inch. one i sswrtftoo , .Mi cents. t'or uhc4uent i nsertlons, or a larger space, prioes will Us girea at the ottice. Local notice 10 cents er tine tor the first 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 f 1 per ear Time Tables. RAND UAPID3 & INDIANA R. R. AND C. R. k F. ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 December 1877

ORTHER TRIBUN &ATUHDAY. DEC EM BR 23, 1877. STICK TO FACTS. . The Tribune has-been constant in its endeavors to remove the false impression which generally prevailed "outside" in regard to the adaptability of the soil and climate of this section ot tbe state to farming purposes, and we are confident that it has done much toward dissemi nating a correct idea of the country, and been the means of inducing an investi gation of the many advantages nfforded. and the c apability of the soil for pro ducing abundant and profitable crops, on the part of many of those who have recently setiled in this county and are now clearing up and improving lands that, but recent ly, was in a wild condition. We are grat ified to say that the efforts of the Tri bune in this direction have been appre ciated and commended, and have been ably supported by the most of the citi zens of the section. In advocating the claims ot the county as an agricultural region, we have avoided any undue col oring or exag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 December 1877

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. vSATUItDAY. lrA'KMBLR2, 1877. ASIE AMD WILLIE'S PRAYER. T wae the eve before Cnri-dmas, "Good night" had been sai'l. And Annie ni Wil'ie had crept into bed; There were tears on their pillowy and tears in their eyes ni each HUM hown was heaving wi'Ji si$rb For f.-nigiit their 6tcm father's command had been aiven, That thev should retire preciey at seven litste el 6t ihi; lor th y trouble i him more With question unheard of, than ever before. He tol i them he thought this deiuaion a sin. No sue1' einif as "-anta Claus" ever had been; And he h ved after this, he should never more h"nr How hv scrambled down chimneys, with presents e'tt vear , . , An i his was the reason that two little heads So ivsr e-lv toss'd on their s tt downy beds. E:ght ;me and the clock on the steeple toll d ten; . .... Not a word had been spoken between them till When Willie's sad lace from the b1anVetdii peep. And whhmered iesur Annie, syoufastaleu:'" "Way no. i r .rhcr Wilde," a eweet voice r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 December 1877

Hi J v NORTHERN TRIBUNE. 3ATUKDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1877. Cheboygan Postoffice MaiU arrive and depart as follows: FBTOSKBT AN I ALL POINTS BOlTH. Arrive and aepart daily. MACKINAW. ArrWe Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, p. M. Depart Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturday 8, at 7 a. m. MACKINAW C1TT AS D FREEDOM. Arrive Every Saturday at noon. TueadaaT. at 1 P. M. Depart ROGERS C1TT. Arrive Fridays at 7 P M 17 AM. IV part -Saturdays ALPENA. o by way of Petoshey. CMHce opt' n for delivery of tnau and the issuing Money orders from 7: a. m to 8 P. M. office open on Suuuay's from 12:;$ to M p. m J. F. FOItl. P. M. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH, Corner of fturon and Pine streets, CJI AKLEjj T. WHITECAK, l'ator. Order ol of Sunday Exercises : Preaching at 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 P. M. buuday School at 12 M. Tewcher' Mt-eiing. '1 uesdav. 7:46 P. M. Praver Meeting, Thursday, 7: 46 v. m . The pubuc are affectionately invited to all our eauaaa. CONGREGATIONAL church. Hear the corner of Huron and Nelson st...

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