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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 June 1878

'; t -'V .... jg&iS&'P CANADA' .m CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY; JUNE 22. 1878. NO: 50 1 VT.f W W . . SS V t 7 f ?l I II I M , VOL. 3... ... ::.'. : . ' - J. - y. . - 8 y 1 THE "WTCICIir.Y " I NORTHERN TRIBUNE. . PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAT BT "W. CHANDLER, V " CHEBOYGAN MICHIGAN. ... TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy, a ne year, itiiMiv. fcix month 12 CO - 1 00 50 i One copy, three months. PATAUWAI8W ! ADVASCK. Subscribers within Chehoyjcan county will re has ample facilities tor the homelUe aocoraraada reive tir papers ireehynail, and those lmg tionof thoe seeking this delightful clfmate foi PjlSll iuecuuui.; i yuwaaw .w t lNGi ' ' RATES OF ADVERTISING : ! iinhiiir incn sonee I sir lines NoDDareil or s). tor one inbertion. So cents ; etielaca space, I l roneinseruon, 5utnts; lor eacli nudiuoniU I turJi.oue insertion, 30 cents. I k'or subsequent insertions, or a larger space, tribes will l.e given at tue utuce. Iai notices 10 cents per tine tor the first irf ?nii n, and 5 cents per line ...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 June 1878

fTTiTriTTMn I htehdesree to subvert nifiiir of thos.. lnlDUilJj l,riuciP,es wbich regard as funcla- fftk fWWAvnmuf-if ii t . , 1 V. n "1 ...... 1. 1 MOlal Paoer orthft Countv and VillariA nrv win mof ail ti -i ,i ' a-. j luc-e uuviriutB IIU tendencies with the most prompt, Vior- SATUKDAY. JUNE 22, 1878. THE IX1YK AID UAKBOli BILL. The River and Ilarbo: bill has finally pissed both Houses of Congress. We are of the opinion that it arjnronriatpd inoaer for inshrcilteant Rtr-.n.w th fraught with danger to republican insti should-never have be m.,H. tt'ons: :u,d the Republion party of this ous. and uncompromising opposition licnoiven, I hat the question or the election of the present incumbents of the omce or President Ueut was finally settled by" the Forty, fourth Congress, and inv Httmnt to re- upru it, on any pretense whatever is other duties. This was passed by an ov erwbe'minj vote. The ouly Senators voting against it were the two Senators from Massachusetts, two from New Hampshire...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 June 1878

NORTHERN'. -TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 22375. " J. f The following story Is foundecKori fnct: SeTeral years a ff we buried our second child. A darling boy of sever, and a half years. I have nothing to say ot our ar ny in the long mouths that tollowed (all bereatred mothers know of the dreary, chin days when we walk as if in a dream and feel that no sunlight will ever cross our.paths aalu), but wish to relate an Incident which occurred while my heart whs crushed with sorrow. I had b.en sent for to watch a loved, loving and beautiful child brenthe her last- I shall never forget the Impressive noene the anguished father and mother sympathizing friends watching thejsweet youuj; life go out. The child was onr ot winning character, one whom to see was to love, and her beauty was seen and ac knowledged far and near. U-r ha!r and thU is not brahi-pict tiring, but drawn from lite) as abundant, gloy, and of the richest golden huo I ever saw. Auburn It was called, but that word hardly did justice...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 22 June 1878

, I .-Tnrr in NORTHERN . TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 22.1378. Official Paper of the County and Village. :. . Church Directory. . i , , i M. E. -CI1URCU, . Corner til I uron and Pine streets, , C1IAIILES P. WIIITECAlt, Pastor. - Oruerol of Sunday Kxercises: P reaching at lo-.xo a. m., and 7:30 p. M. 1 SnmUy school at li M. Teacher' Meeting. Tneadny. 7:45 p. M. Prayer Meetinr.Tunrwlaj,!: 45 p. m. The public are aftectionatoy invited to jttend Mectiiuu. . CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. -.'Near the corner ofJIuronamd Nelson streets Sunday Exercises. ' )t . Public worship at in 30 a. m. Humlay School VI oo . . Kveniii2 Service 7 W r. . PrajC meeting 01. Wednesday at 7 30 r Ji. Farmers lien in town should not tall . - . TUc New stut Cupitoi. to visit the S)0c. store. ' The Detroit Free Tress says the hih- A leiter leceivcd from Mr?. C. S.-Ram- est point of (he new State Capitol :-.t s.-iv nnnounces her snfa nrrir.rUn Snrlnr- Laniiisr has ben reached. The Stars . field, Ohio, last Monday afternoon. Ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 July 1878

' . -' ''" - v.. ;' ' . .-'j ' '." V CHEBOYGAN, BAT NO.l: - " . .v - : " 11 ".",.." ' 1 ,' VOL. i. Wd TJREAT. JT7LY3. 1878. : ;v - Vi'v;:;-? NORTHERN TRIBUNE, :' , ..-... ' '' v . ' V TUBLISllfcO KV Mi If SATURDAT BT . W; CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN. MWUIQAX. TEBMS Gf SUBSCRIPTION:; it.. -rtfiv. one ver ' ' . !W Oneeiy,six months, . - - - - - lj (tea epy, th months. - , ..' 10 i-xr always is bjccr. -. ,' subscriber within CheUoy.!?aD.rn4y will re ceive thetfP&JH'10 ny mail, and tbt. living utslitetfce-wtftty will havo tbe-.r postage, pro per By lb pubuaber. One-half lucb anaco (six lines Nonpareil or leas), tot ue insertion, Sa cental one Incn Bfjave. foron',nertiou bOscnls; lor each aUUiuonai ' igk. one insertion, 90cenu. : Vf rosenent insertion, or a larger space, prioe will Utvent the oftice. ' Local notices itl cents per line lor the first in ertioa.aaa 5 cenu per line for each subnet) um , Insertion. ' , UarcUiaBusineMDlrectonr.tlre lines or un der, 15 per year; each aildiiioual li...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 July 1878

SATURDAY. JULY 13,1873. Oftcial Paper of the County and Village. FOOD FOR REFLECTION. Cheboygan 1ms been called the ''Chica go of te north." Ino;my respects the comparison thus indicated may bo a good one. It haa natural resources such as Chicn go never had, but p rhaps not the location which has made Chicago one of the largest cities in the Tjuion.s'ill nature lias endowed it with advantages which innst in time make it a large city, pro Tided always that advantage is taken of those resources which are at hand. We may have the greatest resources in the world and ii advantage is not taken of them they will go for naught : we might as well be without Ihern. What advan tage would It have been to Chicago to have had the location it has. if there had not .some wide-awake, far-seeing; men gone there, and brought it to the notice of th world, constructed railroads in every direction, which acted as feeders to the youii city.- It is not many years since when enthusiastic residents of Chicag...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 July 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SAT U: DAT. JULY 13, 1S7S. WAIT1SG. Learn tosrMt-iifo's hardest Ie.wu, Come, perchance through blm'irg ter, Whtlte henrt-trol sadly echo , To thtroad of pasiing years. , Learn trval' hope's slo w fruition ; alnt t, though the way seem long ; There ioy in each condit'on Hear though suffering may grow strong. ' Constat sunshine, howe'er w'ome, Xe?r would rien fruit or flower ( , ; . iai,o: owe hMt the'r ereatne-w - ' To h cathlng tempest' power. Thasi wl, untouched by sorrow, Air" not t 11 higher state; Joy ot-k ot brighter morrow, Onl. sad nearta learn to wait. Uun-.t strpnfth andh'inrxn greiriss Hp irg not trom life's sunny side ; Hervts Tij t bo inoie than driftwood I'.oain on waveless tidrt. JEXXISON'S BET. Rom ?erry Cook in Sunday Afternoon When the Wilow Coe nvirrietl Jason Carter phebrorihl him no money at Jill ; only a sin til. stony larni in Xoppit, that had beeu her father a. anil two wild ij s . f tPi an J twelve years' growth. J;ck nnd Dan were hard subje...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 13 July 1878

NORTHERN 3 AT ITRDAT. J ULY, 13, 1578. Official Paper of the County and Village. Church Directory. ' " ' ' .M. E. CHURCH, '' Corner of Ilnron and Pine streets. CHARLES P. WIHTECAR, Pastor. Order ol of Sunday Exercmes : Preaching at 10:30 a. x., and 7:30 r. m. hnnlay School at 12 m. Teachers Meeuni;, Tuesday, 7:45f.m. Prayer Meetinjr. Thursday, 7: 43 r. u. The public are affectionately invited to lttend Meciiuta. , a . CONGREGATIONAL CHUBCH. Near the corner of Ilnron and Nelson street Sunday Exercises. Public worship at 10 30 a.m. Hundiiy School 12 00 x Evening ervlcc ......... 7 r. . Prayer meeting ou Wednesday at 7 SO r x. Cheboygan Poitoffice Mai Is arrive and depart as follows: VKTOAKKT AHV ALL FOIST8 SOUTH. Arrive and acpart daily. MACKIWAW. Arrive Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, p. M. leiari-TaeidayB, Thursdays and aturuays-at a. m. ' .. MACKINAW CITT AID FftEKDOM. Arrive Every Saturday at noon. Depart lacwdasT.at 11. . KOGKKSCITr. . . ' Arrive Fridays at 7PM.. Depart -Saturda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 July 1878

1118 VOL. 4. .CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY, JTJLY 20. 1878. NO. 2 I.-. - THE WTCKIOLY ' " "j NORTHERN TRIBUNE. , ' .... i t ! ' rUBLISIIKD EVERY SATURDAY BT :OHANI)LEK, CUES 0 YOAN, MICUIQAN., TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy, one year, - - ? fifty Oueopy, six months, - - -1j One copy, three months, - - - 50 PAT ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. Subscriber writhinCheboyjran county will re ceive their papers tree by mail, and those living outside the county will have their postage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING: . One-half inch snace (six lines Nonpareil or leas), lor one insertion, i5 cents ; one lnon space, tor one insertion, 50 cents; lor each additional inch, one i usertion , 50 cents. For subsequent insertions, or a larger space, rices will be given at the ottice. .Local notices 10 cents per line lor 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 fl per year Tune Tables. Gr HA...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 July 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JULY 20,1878. OrSoial Paper of t he County and Village, IT DEPENDS UPON OURSELVES. If the readers of the Tribune will take a map and look over the situation of the couutry surrouudlng Cheboygan they will see that the entire northern portion of the state, comprising a large portion of the territory comprising three counties, may be reached by water from Cheboygan In two ways: oi.e through Mullett, Burt and Crooked lakes, and the other through Black river and lake, After having satistled themselves that this b the case, it will not take much of an argument to convince that nil of this Tast territory may be made to add to the wealth of Cheboygan if the trade of this country could be brought here. The tact has already been -demonstrated as far as one-half of the country is concerned. Navigation iutoMullett. Burt and Crook ed lakes is assured and already its bene fits are beginning to be felt. The ques tion that now comes before our people for their decision i...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 July 1878

8ATURDAY. JULY 20.187S. OD 1. Written fur the NoaTHtti TaiBtJiti; O wake, rajr harp of !yVe sorg, Which ofl my finger thrilW along; VbII phrenxT sweeps the weeping string, Wblla Bacchus leads the blushing spring. O wake the slabs that long have slept, Since last the string my finger swept. When last the weeping chords I pressed. The summer winds the strings caressed. And wanton bloemel the melting year, . Whose loveliness again is here. The mad'olng song was then the ame. That thrills my frantic lips again : The theme is still, the flowing bowl "Whole phrenty burns within my soul ; . . The cluster ripe, whose pregnant tide . Is mantling rich on evYy side. OX LIT JONES. A Story of an Unpretentious) Hero. The officers ot her majesty's Twenty fourth and Eighty-tout th infantry were slttins round their mess-table. Castle town, the capital of the Isle of Man, cue evening more thsut thirty years ago that is, all of them except one; but, then, that ona was only Jones. Nobody mind ed Jones,...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 20 July 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 20. 1S78. Official Paper of the County and Village. Cheboygan Postoffice . i . V , i Mails arrive ami depart a follows: , PKTOSKET A5U A Z.L rolNTS SOUTH. : ' Arrive and uepart daily. MiLCrjlfAW. . Arrive Mondnvs, Wtrneadar'nnd Fridays, r. H. ,- lepa"ri Tccidays, Thursdays and aturdays. at 7 a.m.. . . MACKINAW C1TT ASD FBKEDOM. Arrive Every Saturday at noon. Depart 1 nesdasy.at 1 p. m. : - -r.. ROGERS C1TT. I Arrive Fridays at 7 1 M. Depart -Saturdays 17 AM. , ALPENA. by way of TVtoRfcpy. ; Office open foreiiverv of noai. nnd the Issuing Money orders from 7:30 a. m to p. m. nis..Aui.iv.i!iiii.iirnnii l3tn 1:"!r.n J. . FOIID. P.M. TOWN T.UK. ' Miss Carrie Davis arrived Iiome on Saturday lust, on tbe propeller Menomi nee. ' McArthnr Smith & Co., nre having tbe snilesdviven for extending their dock at the mouth of the river. ' A performing hear was thf chief at traction for the juvenile portion of our community this week. Caot. Al. Smith left town o...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 August 1878

t SUPERIOR leV ' 7- V VOL. 4. CHEBOYGAN, SATURDAY. AUGUST 3. 1878. NO. 4 . . . 'n v. k.i. t "' -A I V ; ' r. NORTHERN TRIBUNE. ruBLtsiiLD EVknr saturdat bt W. CHANDLER, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Oueopy,M year, ... - 200 OiMc-tpy, six months, - - ' - 1 00 One. copy, throe mmiK - - 60 FAT ALWAYS IS AnVAKCK. Subscribers wiihiaCheuoyjtan county will re ceive their paper Iree by tu.iil, ami tlione living outside, the county wilt have their postage pre paid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One-half Inch aoaee (tx tinea Nonpareil or lean). lor am inaertioa.rs e nts l one Inch spaee. for oue insertion, 50 rents; lor each additional Inch, one insertion, 50 ecu is. For subsequent i usertiou. or a larger space, prices will Imj given at the oflice. Local notices m cents per line tor the first in sertion, and 5 eeats per line (or each subsequent insertion. Carls in Business Directory, five lines or un der, per year; each additional line II per year Tune ables. QI1AND R...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 August 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1S78. 03cial Paper of the County and Village. L.ET ClIEBOrGAN CO.HE TO TUE FROST. We bare no doubt that the agricultur al products of Cheboygan county this season would average equal in quality and quantity per acre, to any county in the state, What we need to secure emi gration to the county, Is to secure the belief of the people generally that this is the case. A large portion ot the residents of the state are in perfect ignorance ' re garding the resources of the county. We shouU disseminate this knowledge broadcast over the state. This done we would see hundreds of tarmrr3 coming to this locality to settle and improve the land. In no way can this knowledge be spread to so good advantage as to pre pare samples of the crops grown here and exhibit them at the state fair, as the productions of Cheboygan county. This is a matter that we would natural!y look to our agricultural society to take charge of, anil the directors are proper parties to ta...

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 August 1878

TRI SATURDAY. AUGUST 3, 1S7S. ODE 2. BT S. I. Written for theTio- October chill i waning her.; Autumn leave re falling sere ; On the plain they scattered lie, 'Neath a cold aud sunless sky. The summer rose that blushed the morn, la with'ring now, iti beauty shorn ; Sweet memorUil of the rprl.g, Tho too hath felt the monster's (ting. Alas ! I too have fell the thrill, ' Xeatn which I'm withering still ; The rosy God hath winged his dart, See, here it quivers In my heart; 1 loved when summer bloomed the shades, But, a'a I her love 1 ke roses fades. THE BOX TUNNEL. BX CHARLES BEADE. -The 10:15 train glided from rartdins tott, May 7, 1817. la the . left compart ment ot k certain first-class carriage were tour pa?.enirers ; of these two were worth description.' The 'lady had a smooth, white, delicate trow, strongly marked eyebrows, long lashes, eyes that seemed tu change color, and a good-sized deli cious mouth, with teeth as white as milk. A man could not see her nose lor her eyes and m...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 3 August 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. AUGUST 3, 1S7S. Cheboygan PostorSce Mail arrive and depart a follows: PKTtWKKT AHU ALL roiKTS SOU Til. Arrive and depart daily. An-lre-Mondays, Wednesday and Fridara r. M. liMiri-Tutjlajs, Thursdays and aturdays,at7 a. x. MACKIXAWCITV ASD TBKKDOX. Arrtve-Kvery Saturday at Doon. Depart laedaeTat 1 r. m. ' kokrhcitt. alW MTF,1Jiir" l 7 P Bepart -SatnrJy ALPENA. 4oea by wixv of PeiosVey. Offlre open for delivery of mai. !ind the lasnlna loney onln from 7::iO a. M o 8 P. M. Office open on Sunday' from 12:3 to 1:3 f.m J. F. FOltn.P. M. Church Directory. xr. e. cuuncrr, Corncrof Huron and Pine street. CHARLES P. WIIITECAR, Pastor. Order oi of Sunday Exercises: Preaching nt 1":" A. and 7:S0 P. M. Sunday 8c.htn at 12 M. Teachers' M-enng. Tncaday. 7:45p. m. Prayer Mecting.TiinrsdaY.7: 45 p. m The. public arts affeciinatcy invited to mend Meetings. coxguroational enencn. Keai the corner of Huron and Nelson street Sundar Exercises. Public worship ar 10304 x Hnndar S...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 August 1878

i 1 --- ' - - . - v : .; . ... VQL- 4. . ' . . , OHEBOYGAN.-S A1TTRD AY. AUGUST 10. 1R7H. i -,NO:i -- . -jl rlJ!lj.'LlJ''L!---i-rj!j! !!L!!llBiiljlL"!J' , , uuAiietww .. ii. 1 . 1 i THE WTCTCKlVSr NORTHERN TRIBUNE. rUBLISHLD EVfcRr SATURDAY" BT AY. CHANDLER, CUEBOYQAN, MICHIGAN. TERMS OF . SU3S JRIPTION : . One coy, one year, - - $2 ro Oiioc-py, six months, - - - . 1 01 Oue coyy, three months, ... &o PAT ALWAYS IS ADVANCE. Subscriber within Cheboygan county will re ceive their papers tree by in'.u!, and ttioe living ouIhi I the county will have thoir postage pre laid by the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING: I One-half ine-h snace (six lines Nonpareil or leaa). tor oue insertion. -H cents ; one Inch space, for one insertion, 50;enU; lor cucu. additional inch, one i nsertion , 50 cenis. For ubscquent inseuiona. or a larger space, prices will Us given at the ofiloo. Local notices lOceiita p-r line tor the first in sert ion, and 5 cent, per hue for omcu subsequent insertion. J: Carti...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 August 1878

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1878. Oflclal Paper of the County and Village. NOBT1IEBX MICHIGAN FOU FAItM The TKiBUNE.from the time of its first Issue has cmlcar red to disseminate a correct Idea ot the advantages of North ern Michigan for agriculture. We have churned that it was equal to any other portion ot the state both . as to quantity nnd quality raised. By some it ha3 been thought that w e were placing too high an estimate on the productiveness of the poll, hut we believe that the facts will fully sustain all claims we have ever put forth. It is a well known fact that what farming has been done, like in all new countries, has been done under many disadvantages and has lacked the systematic care which is. bcstoweJ in older settled portions of the state and yet the result will compare favorably with the most productive portions of the state. Last week the Detroit Free Press pub lished a table compiled from the reports of the Supervisor of each towu in the stale to the Secretary of State...

Publication Title: Northern Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 August 1878

NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1S7S. BV-XAIVXO T. . I hAve only two companions the one ajroocl-Iookiiis:, middle aed centleman, with a mild and benevolent expression, Strangely At veriance with the nervous, restlessness of his eyes ; the other a grim taciturn man who has been all absorbed in his paper since the train left Edin burgh en route tor the south. They had 0t In together and were evidently trav eling 6ompanions lather a quee'rly as sorted couple ; for from their dress and general appearance there couldte.no doubt but that their stations in life were ftidely different. What conld they be ? Master and servant ? Evidently not ; for the humbler of the two seemed to have charge of all the traveling arrangements. A detective and his prisoner? I think lor the one seeined too miicli at ea.e to havfe a guilty conscience; and the other, though evidently iti command, seemed to treat his companion with more deifrr ence than Is compatible with the con scious power ot tho captor....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Northern tribune. — 10 August 1878

ifjg5aaMuiAfcULjii.w..JJ ' NORTHERN TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. AUGUST 10, 1S7S. - Che bayg an Patt office ' Maila arrive and depart as follows: PKTOSKKT lti Al LroiXlSSOtTU. Arrive and uepart daily. Ar-tTe-M.Tn1aTS. WtCr-csdav and Triilara p. M. Depart Tutjdays, Thursdays and vtuiul(,si t A. U. MACKINAW CITT ASD FBFEOOM. Arrive Kvery Saturday at noon. Depart 1 uesdasT. at U.K. KOGF.R8CITT rrir Fridays at 7 P 31. Depart -Saturdays at 7 A M. ALPESA. t?o5 by way of Potoskcv. Oniceopou for delivery of mai. and the issuicj Money orders from 7::?o a. m to 8 p. si. Office Open ou Sunday's from to l:t p. ii J. F. FORD. P. M. Church Directory, ir. e. enrnerr, C"rnerof Huron and Ptrie street. CIIAKLES P. V. IIITECAR, Pastor. Order ot of Sunday Ksercises: Frcachinsat IfWO a. 31., and 7t0 P. n. Sunday Sc!oaI t I- M. Teacher' I-elmj. Tuesday. 7:i-5p. m. Prayer Meotinjr.TttnrslaT,7.4i p. m The public arc affectionately invited to lttend M (retinas. TOYO TALK. The wind Thursday afternoon caused the water ...

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