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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 May 1878

X ' - ., " : J tj ' " "''''' VOL. CHEBOYGAN, SATI7KDAY, MAY IS. 1878. NO.-45 3. t -i i. i f r i: i THE WREKLY NORTHERN TRIBUNE. TUBLISIItD EVLUV SATURDAT BT "W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, - - f 2 00 Oueeipy, six moutus, - - - - 1 0j Oue copy, three month a, ... W TAX ALWA1S IX A.OVASCB. Snbscriber within CkcboyKaa county will re ceive itieir papers Iree liy mail, ami those living outside tuc county will uavo tueir postage pre paid by Ue publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inch space (six lines Nonpareil or leas), lor one insertion, o cents ; oue I wo a space, ioroueiaaertiou, 6o rents; lor eacu additional Inch, one insertion, ."hj cenis. 'orui8ciuent insertions, or a larger space, prices will bu given at the oihco. Local notices ivt cents uer line tor the first in ser.iou,aad 5 cents per Uue for eacu subsequent lusertion. CunU in Business Directory, five lines or an der, 5 per year; each additional line 91 per year. Time Tables....

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 May 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Paper of the County and Village. SATURDAY. MAY 13. ltf'8. orn W ATE 11 nOCTES. It was the St. Louis Post which, a few flays nf, indulged in the following low IIvel jealousy ; uTVe believe it was a MicMfrander who proclaimed th nunitcltl doctrine that the government ought to p.iy cv rv citi zen $10 in currency every Saturday night at th nearest postvlFi(V. Congress h3 come as near ns itemiM to gratifying this reason:ibh wihof tin Miehiganders. It haa appropriated $."GO.(00 for the , rivers ot Mirbis in, w hich will give $10 R week to 5,000 Michiganders lor 10 weeks. Now who e:m tell what are the principal rivers of Michigan?" The prosperity of this country depend upon the prosperity of the agricultural masses. Agriculture is th great we llh producing element of our country. Up on it depends the wt rare of stll oiln r in dustries. The future and permanent suc cess of the greatest industries ot the na tion depend uon cheap transportation. Thus far there will ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 May 1878

.9 .. . 7; n r -r V :h Tv t A : - r Ji NORTHERN SATUKDAY. way IS, 1S7S. nt'TII lieMDKKSOVS PRIDE. BY REV. HORATIO ALGEK, JR. MAnl 'his your answer, RutliP said James Wilkins, sorrow fully. The speaker wa.- a stodt. ite:i:int look-. In; ynunj- in;in. but his lave w: tun lmnit and his h:in.U Wore tin; uiim s; a lia ble marks of beiu used i;i Mime handi craft. They urn hoc - is w hite and j-hapcly as .Byron Forte?ques, who had "just commcmH-'iI practive as a 1 iwyer in the villaso. rcrhapa Kutli Henderson thought of this, as iu a low hesitating voice, she a us we roil. -Yes James, I must decline your offer.'? . I thought,' the. youn? m in cftiitnucU Rldlv, ! suppose I was resiiiaiiniis but 1 really thought, I-i, that you that you eared for me a Mil lo." -I do. James," saitl liuu't ". .lhre was a trace of of agitation in her vouw. "But not -enough to in;ny me. "It is not ihat at least not entirely, paid the sirl hesitating, -but you w ill he offemled' perhaps, if I tell you why I cannot...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 18 May 1878

. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 18, 187S. Cheboygan Post office Mail arrive and depart a follows: tBTOSKBT AND ALL rolKlS SUUTU. Arrive and depart daily. MACKINAW. Arri ve Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, r. m. Iernrt Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday. at 7 a. at. MACKINAW CITT ASD FEFKDOM. Arrive Every Saturday at noon. Depart TaedasT.at 1 r. u. ROGERS CITV. Arrive Friday at? P M. Depart -Saturday at VAX. ALFESA. tSoes by iray r PefoaKer. Office open Tor delivery of mai. and the issuing Money orders from 7::H) a. m to P. M. Oflite open on Sunday V fnnn 12:3 to l:lr.s J. . FOItlt. p M. Church Directory. m. e. cnrKCn, I Corner of Huron and Pine street?. CHARLES r. WIIITECAR, Pastor. Order of of Sunday Kxercisca:. rreacninjr at 10:30 a. m., and 7:30 r. u. Sunday School at 12 M. Teachers Mee'insr, Tuesday. 7:45p. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday, 7: 45 1. m The public arc affectionately invited to all our Meetings. CONGREGATIONAL CnCRCH. Near the corner of Huron and Nelson streets, R. 31. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 May 1878

sV -.-"-.- ... .. - - r- . - - - i CE SUPERIOR tl '- a X-a j. ---' -"' . VOL. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 25. 1878. NO.40' 3. i noiCtheiintrib UNE . PUBLISHED EVLRr SATURDAY BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One conr. one Tear. - - 82 00 Oueo y, six inontiis, - - - - 1 0j Jucot, Uirett Mouth. .. - - . - - ,5) TAX 1LW1TS IN ADVJLXCE. Subscribers wiihin Cheboygan eounty will re ceive their paper true by mail, ami those living. outside tiie county will Uave tiieir ioalage pro- paiu by Uie puouancr. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inch apace (six lines Nonpareil or less), tor cue insertion, J cents ; one then space, lor one insertion, &0 cents; lor each additional inch, one i usertton, o ecu is. For subsequent iuseuions, or a larger space, Brioes will Ui mum at the oUlce. 1 . Louujajijccd lOfceuts per Jme tor Ihe first in-4 acriioa, and d cents per uue lor each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Directory, fire lines or nn der, $5 per year; each addition...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 May 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. 03cial Paper of t he County and Village. SATURDAY. MAY 25, 1878. WHO CA!f DEST REPnESE.T US IX CONGIXESS? v The friends of Gen. Ely, the present Auditor General of the f tite, have brought his name lorwanl as a candidate for the nomination for Congress from this district. Looking solely to the in terest. of this section of the state w can conscientiously say that we know ot no other lean, in either political party, "whom we would prefer seeing in that position. Gen. Ely has had a large and varied experience in public affairs, which "would qualify him exceedingly well for the duties ot the position, but besides this his education In the practical affairs of life has been such as to particularly qualify him, for representing a section of country which is just developing from a wilderness, we might Eay. Gen. Ely's has been the Hie of a pioneer, pushing in to the newer portions of this state and he Wrung his fortunes out ot the forest. The public positions which he occ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 May 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 25, 187S. ; - , . finis . - . Po this Is the end i f It atl ; A picture or two returned, J A hasty Kood-bye spoken, - A package of letters burned, . 'A tear or two in secret. A heart throb God only knows, A sudden blisthting of roses -. l$y the fulling of Winter snows. ' Bo he li. " Our Idyl is read. The hist page i turned in the book, So time for useless regrets ir to take one backward look, Slot out the penciling there ; Those rar. 'houghta will not be re-read. Smooth the soil'd and tear stained leaves, ' Shut the book and let kf'lnis be said. Bo this w the end of it all. Toe sun will shine just as bright, ' The wind will coquet with the trees. And the moon make love to the night. The wo Id will roll round and round, And the years jog meirilv on, Uut we'll ne'er forget the idyl we read. Or th days that are faded and gone. - CIIEBOYGAM. A Brief Sketch af Some of the Leadinff - - BnkincM Houses. Cheboy? .just1"18 a conspicuous place arnon the regularl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 25 May 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, MAY 25,1878. Cheboygan Potoffice Mail arrive and depart a follows: rSTtlKKKT AND ALL rOlMTS SOUTH. 'Arrive and aeuart daily. MACKIMAW. - Arrive Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, r. M. I epan Tuesdays, Thursday and taturdaya,at7 a. M. . MACK15AWCITT Al FaKKDOM. Arrive Every Saturday at noon. Depart TueoUsT.at i P. u. . ROOF.RSCITT. ArriveFridays at 7 1 M. Depart -Saturdays 17 am: . . ALFEXA. 3ami by way of Petoskey. - Office oen "for delivery of mat. and the lssainj . Money orders from 730 A. M to 8 p. si Office open on Sunday' from 12:3 to v. p. yt J.t. FOItn. P M. TOITJI TALK. For a wonder we have not heard one rumor this week about the Marquette & Mackinaw railroad. . . The first strawberries and cherries of season arrived on the propeller Oswejjsit chie yesterday, troin Chicago. It is stated that the pigeons have com menced nesting again, In the . region of Charlevoix and Boyrie Falls. ' Sheriff Paquette left on the Marine City haviii in charge W ill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 June 1878

v: ! VOL. 270RTHERNTRIB UNE . ruBLisnt.i Evticr saturdatbt W. O HANDLER, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, one year, - . - -One copy, six months, -Ob oouy, tnree month, - - 2 00 1 Ou 60 , TXT ALWATS IS ADVANCE. Subscribers within Cheboygan county will re ceive taeir paper tree by Usui, and those living euuidetne county will nave their postage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One-half inch apace (fix lines ' Nonpareil or leas), tor one insertion, ii cents ; one inch, space, for one insertion, &0 tents; lor each additional iacu, vne inscmun, auceats. - For subsequent i oseruons, or a larger space, m-4...Ja will 1 .u mAn th ntWna www nvMI IV VUW 1VI UIOI aertion, aad ft cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Cards in Business Directory, live lines or un der, $3 per year; each additional line II per I juxl nliiu III u. I . I. l Time Tables. QJIAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R. AND C. R. &J. 7. R. R. "o rnra casd. mr. u, urr. goixq irosTir. ChJfc Cin No 1 &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 June 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Official Paper of t he County and Village. A frEW mohtii3 ajjo appearances Indi cated that complications growing out of the Ruso-Turkish war would be set tle! by Russia, Austria, and Germany. Appearances now indicate that the se: crime, but a careful coropilat'on of thw crimes and atrocities- gathered nt any cost. The good deed can wait, or be passed overj but scandal must on the lifffilirfito"-" V?c are'thns educating the and Germany. SATURDAY, JUXE 1, 1S78. 'Till) LABORING CLASSICS AND TUADES U.MOJiS. . ?fo1withst.mding the abundant crops nf lasiyenr, which were lookfd npo as Lhip-buildin-hUeresis. But, if England iuv 7ictuiBr ui ucnr iimes ami neiier prices, the prUe ot f;ibor continues low th-ment will be made by Russia, England youth of the age to-be lovers of the x TnE alleged purchase of ships in this country by agents ot the czar's govern ment indicates a Russian revival or our It is reported that in Chicago alone there nre 40.000 men out of employment and ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 June 1878

NORTHERN". TRIBUNE. SATUliDAY. JUNE 1, 187S. WHAT WA? HIS CREEDT He left a load of anthracite '") In front of a poor widow's door, - When the Ueen snow, frozen and te, Wrapped street and square, mountain and -v moore. That was hi deed ; lie did it well; ., - . M V hat wa his creed P 1 can not tell. . felest in ht basset and his store. '. la sitting down and mlng up; Wnen more he got, lie gave the more, Withholding not the cup atd crust. k v' -lie took the lead ' In eaeb gooit task ; . What was his creed!" ' ' " I did not ask. Ilia charity was like snow. Sou, white and silken In Its fall; Sot like the noisy winds that blow From the shivering trees the leaves ; a paQ : ' For flower and weed. - Dropping below, ,. Wbat was bis creed !" ' The poor miy know. . - lie had great faith In loaves of bread For Hungry people, young aud oH ; And home tuspi.ed kind I words he said, To him he sLelterrd from the cold. I ,Forbe must feed - .-. ; .. , A well as pray ; "What was his cieedH ;- . ! can n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 1 June 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1S7S. Church Directory. M. e. church, , Orncrof HnroB and Pine street CHARLES P. WHITECAR, Paslor. Order ol of Sunday Exercise: Preaching at 10:30 a. M., and r.TO r. VL Sunday school at 11 M. Tar.her, Miln, Tuesday. 7:5r M. r raver Meeting, Tnnrwlay. V. 45 l The public are affectionately invited to ittrnd MUnak CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 2Ceat the corner of Huron and Nelson .treeta Sunday Exercises Public worship at....w.,........w....... H50i. jc HunHny H-hfol 12 00 . Evening brvicc . 7 tt r-. sr Prayer mealing u Wednesday at I 30 r x. Cheboygan Poitoffice Malls arrive and depart as follows: PET09KT ASD ALL FOISTS SOCTH. Arrive and depart daily. MACKINAW. Arrive Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, r. u. Depan Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 a.m. MACKISAW CITT AWD FaEKDOM. Arrive Every Saturday at noon.' Depart Taesdaay.atlr.it. , ROGERS C1TT. Arm Fridays at 7 P H. Depart -Saturdays all All. AtPSSA. . . o bv wav of Petoskev. Office opn for delive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 June 1878

- . - , . . .... . 4 WWB WRKKLY NORTHERNTRIBUNE . PUBLISHED KVfcRr SATURDAY" BT W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICUIGAN. Hotels. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. JUNK 8. 1878. "piONEEER HOUSE, (Formerly Ontario House.) F. if. SAMMONS, Proprietor. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. "The sacrifices of God are a broken sr.!.; a broken and a contrite heart, 6 God" thou without leple.n lie arranged his iiiiMiiHs unuer me loJ owinw NO. 48 2 00 1 00 W TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One copy, one year, - - -Oueojiy, six months, -One copy, three months, . rxr ALVirs i xuvxxcs. Subscribers wiihin Cheboygan county will re eiro their papers tree by rami, and those living auHu inocouuijr win uavo tu&ir 4Miaj(C.pi'C' RATES OF ADVERTISING; One-half Inch soace (six lines JNonpareil or leas), lor one i-crUon.5 ccdis? one Inch space, toroaesBsertMU, io tents; tor each additional iuch, insertion. So cents. ft'orssbacquent inseitions. or a larger space, price will bo mven at the oUlce. Local notices loceuta pur line tor the first in toeriMD, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 June 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. Offlcial Paper of t he County and Village. SATURDAY. JUNE S, 1S73. ROADS NEEDED. The TaiiiuxK lias on several occasions referred to Ibe importance of roads to the development of the county, nml to the building np'of our village. In order to encourage-the settlement of the farming lands In our county it is ncces-nry that there should be access to these lands and means of egress for the settler whereby he can reach a market to dispose of the products of the land. So long as these lands are Isolated from a convenient mar ket it can not be expected that tliey will be rapidly improved and the iact that they arc situated far trora convenient highways has a tendency to prevent 'set tlers from locating upon thrm. In view of this fact" vc think it is highly impor tant that the different townships should give early attention to the opening up of roads through their teiritory. and the town tbat provides the best roads at the earliest day will be the town that will develop the...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 8 June 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1S7S. Wiltten for tha JToaTHsaarraisosa. T SASSEST. This world of our la tbe saddest sometimes, "When the wild wood 1 fall of blrdlln j chimes, When to onr senses, the sweet spring breeze Oomct laden with frfcgrauee from buddinj: trees, When sunny days, then abundant showers Give premise of harvest and summer flowers. When heaven shines down, and the earth so fair, Why should there be sorrow, weeping and care Etcnal spirit, descend with t eace. In tore, from strife our hearts release ; In ths trees, the flowers, the sangs o: birds, Above life's storms 1st thy voioa be haard. A WHARF RAT. lie was a levee Rat," and hie. name was Dick. As a child be managed some how to escape the massacres of want, ne- fleet and disease in great cities ; and we nd him a small boy 12 years old, living where he may, eating what he fan get his hand against eyerythig (that will fell t ajunk store), and every one's against him. A human rat a tnlng to hide it self ia dark ...

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 June 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1S7S. TOWJI TALK. Notice tlie advertisement of the West ern Transportation company's steamers in another column. . The river was clear ol vessels loading, j-csterday for the first time since the shipping season commenced. A. Anspach went East on the St. Taut to buy some fancy stock in th l?ne of dry goods and clothing for the Fourth of July. The large number ol logs In the rtver has interfered with the running of the Valley Qneen thi3 week, the mail coming through by stage. . A number of the pigeon trippers who went to the Coyne Falls region, have re turned here. They report the chances much better here than at the former place. Read Cennctt's advertisement and see what bargains he is offering in his line, lie is preparing to remove his stock to the room recently vacated by Gallagher & McDonald. The "dollars ot our daddies'' are the coin of the realm at Point St. Ignacc. Mr. Stockbridge brought up a half a barrel the other daj and Is scatterin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 June 1878

SOW 1 -( - f "fc Iin.l- -i v. -v V . ilr --11 Mi ?: 1?? - . ; SS -:vHr i ifW. .1 ; -v f 1 ti. VOL. 3. THE WKKKLY f rUBLISnLD EVfcuif SATURDATBT "W. CHANDLER, ' CILEUOYOAN, 2I1CUIGA.N. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, . - - -One opy, ix inontus, - -One coyy, three months, - 12 PO 1 o J 50 rir ALWAVS IX ADVANCE. Subscribers within Cheboyjian county will re ceive ill ei r paper tree uy wail, aud those living outside thecoiuty wUl have tueir poalage pie paid by (lie puWslier. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half inrh apace (six lines Nonpareil or les). lr oue inorii'u."5 ci-nia ; one incu Apace, foroue iiieruon, absent; lor cacb addiLioual iscii.ouc insertion, li cnis. for u'oemiciu i uaeriioua. or a larger space, prices will ui given ai the oilice. . Local notices 10 centa p;r tine tor the first in erwiou, and ft cenia per Hue for eacu subiequent insertion. Card in Bu8inc8S Directory, fire lines or un der, 35 per year; eucn. additional hue l per year. Ttme Tables. G RAND liAPIDS &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 June 1878

r NORTHERN TRIBUNE. tDHlcial Paper of t he County and Village. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1S7S. - THE BAG LIGHTS. It is becoming a question in the minds of some, whether or nrt Cheboygan is to ever receive the benefit of the appropria tion of $10,000 made some yetrs since by Congress for. building towers and estab lishing range lights for the harbor. The importance of the harbor and the busi ness of the port arc such as would appear to us to have demanded the con struction of the ranges long ere this, but for some reason or other their erection is yet in the future. There is considera ble complaint on the part of the masters of the various crafts callinj in here of the inadequacy of the present temporary lights, especially is this so on the part of the masters of Canadian propellers who aretibliged to -call here on their upward passage to report. If the weather is in the least th'ck, if they arrive any time during the night they are compelled to wait lor daylight before theycan make the har...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 June 1878

f. m . . . .., .,, ,, 1 ' ' i" ii ii i ii n ww n '-r i 3 r 'if i - . NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY.- .1 tTNE 15, 1S7S. UOJIK-SEEKJXG BT AXDUKW n. SAXTOX. Scribnner for June. I cent my soul out on a inraner eve, . While yet the cloud were crimson In the west, Tbe hano -hearted birds had unk to lent; And all tbe swuymg branches seenid to grieve " s rough wiuds swept them. I budo my SDirlt leave . , . This clayey tabernacle that oppresd, And through unbouuded distance makes it quest . That in some orb remote i I might perceive A fitter home. Long time it strayed afar. And wandered restless from sky to skv. From star-spanned deep - to deeps without a ar ; . 1 et esme at last and moaned, -Tis Tain o fly Through this expanse. Ka waiting homes there are Than this myself no other house have I." TlIXGItOST KO-SIICI-. One fine evening ia the ppriu? of 1S30 i Stranger, mounted on a noble looking horse, passed ovr the snow-white lime stone road loadiuir through the ULick ' Forest. . ! . Just as th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 15 June 1878

Oflolil Paper of t h County and Village. SATUUPAY. JUNK 13. 173. Church Directory. ' m. e. cnuncn, Corner of Huron anl I'lne streets, , CHARLES P. WIIITECAR, liAtor. Order ot of Sunday Kxercmcit I'ra' lilnit 10:10 a. u., and 7:9r. K. Hwtll.iv Sfciliool at II M. TtJl, UiMiit. Tueadar,7:4Br. M. l rv-r MnrLlnir . Tliiir.!iiv. ?! 4ft F. M. ti tutlicftrvffocUuutlu.y lavile4to ittend COSOttttOATIOXAL CIICIICH. "Hear the corner of Huron and NeUon itrWa Sunday Kxorclaca. ylHworhlp at... ...................... 10 M a.m. Hunday rhMI... ........... 14 W M. fcveolrnc Hervle 1 K f . M. 1'rayer meeting 01. euprdy u s p : Cheboygan Poitoffice Malls arrive anl itrpar aa followi: r BTOB K K r A l A IX f OI M 'I 8 io t T II. Arrive and depart dally. MAC7.IKAW. Arrlve-Mondaya, Mrfneditye and Fridays r. M. Pepart Tut jtlayo, Thursday and turdar.t7 a.m. XACKIKAWCITT AID riEKDOM. Arnve-Effry Haturday it noun, l'ej art luatdaar.at 1 1. M. KooxnaciTr. Arrlva-Frtdayo at 7 1 M. Depart .Saturdays at 1AM. ALFK...

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