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Now, as heretofore, THE TRIBUNE strives to be first of all and pre-eminently a news paper. Our Intention is to make THE TRIBUNE what Horace Greeley would have made it if God had spare him-a frank and fearless newspaper, devoted to the best interests of the whole country; spending its energies and resources freely in the collection of news; keeping its readers informed of the course of events, the currents of opinion at home and abroad, the progress of science and the useful arts; speaking its mind freely on all questions of public concern; detesting neutrality in politics as the refuge of the weak-minded and the timid, but keeping its independence as the best title to honor and usefulness.

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THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, now more than thirty years old, devotes a large share of its columns to Agriculture, employing the ablest and most successful cultivators to set forth what they know of farming in brief, clear essays, elucidating and commending Agriculture as the first and most important of progressive arts based on natural Science.

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"Home Interests" are discussed each week by a lady specially qualified to instruct and charm her own sex, and the younger portion of the other. No column is more eagerly sought or perused with greater average profit than hers. The News of the Day is condensed, while given sufficiently in detail to satisfy the wants of the average reader.

As to its political principles, THE TRIBUNE is of course, hereafter as heretofore, the champion of Equal Rights, irrespective of Race, Nativity or Color. Independent of all political parties, THE TRIBUNE endeavors to treat them all with judicial fairness. It labors to purify the administration of Government, National, State and Municipal, and whenever those in authority take the lead in this work, it will therein give them its cordial support, but it can never be the servitor of any political party; nor will it surrender or even waive its right to criticise and cond what is wrong, and commend what is right in the action of any parties or of any public men. To whatever may elucidate the general discussion or action on the topics of the day THE TRIBUNE gives amplest space and most impartial record; its readers have the right to an honest statement of the facts; and this they always get.

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