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SATURDAY. JANUARY 4,
WISH FOR TIIF. NEW YEAH."
Written for tbo Nobthebji Tribune.
the Ne Year's dawning o'er this broad and
1 prospered land, -
"We Thy children, Father, weary to be fed
With spiritual blessings at Thy bouu toons hand,
And in truth and honor to.be lod.
Some of us, down, crouching in the valley
.. Of wretchedness, and want, and shame, and
Need Thy shining through their darkened alleys,
To lift them up and make their souls and
"White are the fields unto the harvest," Thou
Let no tares choke up the golden grain.
The line of full station le u -broken,
By mortals sinking in despair and pain.
Some of us not wanting food and raiment,
Yet need Thy grace to wrap us1 all around;
We are all of Thy creation, we crave, as gift,
this garment, ' 1 -.
And with its beauty may all sou's be mantled,
a wild wfcsriat aovetuki:,
Tram Iho n Francisco Golden Era.
Sain 9 Itall, Buckskin Sara," and oi l
R'p Ford were trapping in the Arkansas
River region. They were men of des
ralc courage, who hid taken their
lives in their hand t.io often to care for
the danger they were exposed to. Old
Rip was a m in who slot I five feet eh-veii
in his .moccasins :i man whom you
would hardly care to meet in u eIoe tug
t a desperate battle. His hard brown face
was seamed with (scars of bullet, knite,
and cl iws ot wild beasts, and his muscu
lar body shnvtd the in irks ot many a
desperate struggle. Buckskin Sim"
was the beau ideal of a mountineer and
puins man, the Westfjii hunter that the
novelist paints and the schoolboy d rentes
of and wishes some day to be. Although
not so so powerful as Old Rip. be was a
man ot great personal strength and des
perate cour. ge. For many i year thest
two had roamed the trapping grounds
together, fighting Indi tns. grizzlies, and
AvolviS, chased by night over the burn
- 1:ig prairies, defending their caiupag iint
Ihesuddeu attiic'xS ot red lirnds, or
spending recklessly at the iaiHe board!
-ihe money they had earned so hardly on
the trapping grounds.
They had beMi out all winter, and, as
spring approached, the last c iclu w.is'
c vered, and the trappers now began to
-think of returning home. The cunp was
built up near the rivt r, a tributary ot
the Cauidian, which lbiwed through dis
iual canons in which the lilit ot day
over shows, under the shadow of gigan
tic dill's upon which htiiniu beings never
Ywl sf l loot, and only spreading osil at
place where the cunning beaver had
biillt his dam. Tue river was broken by
iirent rtpid-, and abounded in rire fish,
upon wjiiidi they had teis'ed nyally tor
in my a d iy. Tin y h id a chum, and h id
-hi-eu discii-ing the chance of goinij
Hlovn thes;rena in or.hr to save tim-j.
- "I am ready to lake tlie ca mccs if 3'eu
are. Kip" said S.nn.-
. - "I don't like to give ravs -If iway. said
Rl." -What do you know about the
'iiver alter we get, down Hie big canon,
"and whoever passed through it?"
"T.iat's the Inn ol t(e ti.ig. Kip. VyY
do what h one else, da redo "V saMScWii.'
! dmi lik6'iVp-plhd Ford, who was
Hjr f:rr the must prudent of the two. "I
'm!; wh.m" in Jehu dV-thas ?" ;They'
ji-d the'rr Weapons :uid- ran to; the floor
V.f-tne h!T..jist ii liuv to see a d-n In-'Ali'-rfis
rifuawig down ihro igh lin-, grass.
blocking- cp t he only way.of e?iptS."jTho
"".lutmieul the repea iiig rifl -s dV'air to'
vjfd i upon thm, tliey went tint ot siht
tuijtig the rocks, and b.an their grad
u il appro ic'i, whiclncould . only er.d in
one way the white irapp-ia .would be
. overwhelmed ! ,
There's only one cliauce, Rp," cried
i.m. .. .-.:."-
vAnd that ?n
Fra yrtucJn'ln,', crie-l the giant trip
per. You push "theV c.uoo r into ihe
w iter and jUmw in the weapons while
J Kei-p those fellows ;U bay. . Oh, would
yun y.-Tjike tha': ' v.
Aii Indian had raised his tuftel head,
to get a better shot at the trappers. bu.t(
before he could get b ick the uniailhig
aj'esof the tr ipper had looked -througu
Mm double sights and the- rifl cracked.
The Indian sprung suddenly-to his fee.
pun sharp around upon his heel ami
tell dead in his tracks. i
.. The next -moment the canoe shot from
"Uri b thk-aii'l headed down through the
.boiling hVxd,-plunging-in the canon be
lw so rapidly thai; the Indians hail
jsarcely lime" to recover 4- from their
"iitnazemeut at the sudden exo.ius- before
the trappers were out ot sight. Oie: of
the Iii'ii.n.s bounded to his teet ind lit
Jeied a low signal whoop. and two large,
canoes, containing in ail .about fifteen
inen, rounded the point iiv the river
fiibove the canon an.l came Hying down
.Vimier the str.ke of Tthp paxldles. The
Indians on the shore simply pointed
down the stream, and th? the'. canoes
dashed by at a furious speed, the wJJd yell
vt the paddlers announcing'to the. w.hiie
,ueu that I hey were pursued. Toe first
rapid passe!; the.y entere i a long srrtMch
of water wtere the current was only four
, or fiverniles an hour and ttw-re 'he pro
peUlj;gcrce ip thi other c'nnies began to
: Oh each side ot the XMiioe the canon
' was a wall, 200 feet-- in- height, and the
trappers could-only put all their strength
in the paddles and dash on as last as
they could. Two miles further and the
-pursuing canoes were scarcely a hundred
yards behind, the Indians yelling like
demons as they saw.- the white men al
most within their grasp. Rip Ford
shook his head as he looked over his
shoulder, when suddenly his canoe was
seized by a mighty forcev - -and hurled
downward, like a bullet frcrra the rifle.
They had struck another rapid more
powerful than the first, the rocks abso
lutely seemed to fly past them. -.
''This is something I'ko it,?- cried the
daring Buckskiu Sam. IIow we do
-jnove'- - - ' -"
! should say we did,
plied Rip. am only
r-movfiig to fast."
Dotrt vou believe if;
are those fellows
seem to be stauding still," said Sam.
'They will get in the current in a
moment," gasped Rip. "Look at that.'?
The headmost canoe of the Indians;
appeared upon the crest ,-of the., rapjds,
and came flying down after tketrappers
;.at a furious speed. The Indians no
' longer used their paddle? with the ex
ception of the man who sat, at the stem,
, and by a touch o the water; now at the
side, now on the ;ctheri regulated the
course of the canoe,, The second canoe
followed in a moment, a little further in
6hore. As thex gzed, the bow of the
last canoe wa sinldeuly lifted into the
air as it struck a brown rock in the chan
nl, which the occupants tried in vain
to avoid. The fierce current caught the
stern, andfin an instant there was noth
Jnjf left of the craft save broken frag
ments, rrhlle the occupants,. withrlood
" shrieks' of terror, were borne pwiftly; on
;by the resistless tide. 'That end.?, them,"
said Rip Ford. "Be careful Sam, rfor
On. on. borne br the nowrr
th'ey conlil- nfljt redistil1 hi' tVvrf daiioes
'werehurHed, Thfefe was a scene ot
exultatlpn ia thtf hearts ot the white
meii lcrthej could see that their enemy
wonltMitfe gladly ccapeiTlfkhey fcotfVI
tcom.the perils that surrounded them.
Their mad desire lor scalps and plunder
had led them into a trap, and they no
longer thought ot the canoe In advance
They knew as the whites ..did xfcL,he
lernoie danger nerore them, for they
had explored the bmks of the stream on I
foot many time?. The river suddenly!
narrowed and the trappers rushed into a
canon barely twenyTeet wide and near
ly roofed over by the clifhon each side
The current was not quite s; rapid here,
and they guides the canoe easily.
-This gets interestiugRtp" Said S im,
as they went on through the nanow
pass. "We are going to our death," in
tent pted Rip Ford, in a solemn voice
-Do yon hear the falls?"
Through the splash ol water and the
dip of paddles they heard a low, de;id.
tremulous roar, which was the sound ot
falling water. For a moment the Ujronz
cd face of S im blanched, and then he
drew his figure up proudlv, saying:
Better than the scalpiiig-knife oi stake,
old friend. As the Fieuchm-tii says,
Vive la mort !' Long live death !'
It was indeed, before thm. for a3 they
hot out of the naarow pass they saw
the falls how high they could not tell,
but the smoke which arose showed that
it was not a small one. Keep her head
to it, ere I li p. "If we don't get
through it's good-by forever, Sam."
The swift current caught them, and
th"5 chance, hurled forward with terrible
force, went firing down toward the
verge. A moment more and it shot out
into the midst and went down iuto the
unknown depths. Each mam clung to
his paddle nz he went down hi I I by an
invisible power, whirled to am! fro, as in
a maelstorm, and tlvfy shot" ii into the
light below the falls. Far below thctn
the canoe floated, and as the current
swept them down the two men looked
in time -to see the Indians' canoe come
over she fa Its sideways without an occu
pant. It was hurled fr out and fell
lightlyou the water, only to be arrested
by the strong hand of Buckskin Sam.
The Indians, appalled by their danger,
had upset tha canoe in their fra'Alio ef
forts to escape!". What leeamo ot them
the trappers never knew, for when thpy
ivac led the foot of the raphKfar below the
talls,.and righted Ihecuioe, they made
no pause, but hurried,dowu the stream
and before nijcht were safeiv floating in
the watersx)f the Canadian Jliver. ! .Tw"q
lays later they reached For: Sill in
A Biographical Skete!i of the Dei-cased
Author A Item irkuble Career.
From Appletoi-'s Junmnl, A'ovcmbar 28,1874.
B yard Taylor was. born near Keiint tl
Square. Chester county, Pennsylvania, in
ihe year 1323. Like so many of tbo e
who :itierw.mnecauje disiinguished, he
cuamjiicelhU lire -fe :ui apprentice in a
printing office. The Wesnhes-ter news
paper, on which he was engaged, was
ihe earliest medium for introducing his
crude and fluttering efforts at poetry to
the public a luiiraiion. A few of these
juv-itilf effusions, which have been re
tained in histpM cteiKpoeius, show how
richly the int lleetual'orc was streaked
with vains of gold.
wo j U.U-S u: mis quu-t count! servi-
ripened his hunger lor a Iars er ex?
perien :e. At that time a Europe in tour
was a mng ium opus something to be
anticipated fir ye.trs, a sort of voyage af
ter the Gold -ii Fioecu to b ? settled after
n.UL-11 prevision, .Young Taylor could
'noi, :isaTaw HJou:hYy printer, be very
rich in doM.irs, hut he w is rich in hope,
health an I backbone. The nam or Mr.
Greeley -was -at th.s time, .-is itvdias been.
eT!r since, h strong u.igsiet of teneour
Hge.inent.ro yoirii'g aspiring nieni. ' B V;trd
H;td alnaily -tlusiM'd m ilen sword'
in metropolitan j i-imal'ism by writii.g
for the Literary World, and perhap'&h'e
n id som nope in ins name h id re iclud
the New Yerk edit-ors e irs. Xo need o
this, howu'er. Wh.-n the young nun in
troduced himself to Horace Greeley ;ind
aske l his advice, after describing his plan
ot a pedestrian lr:p through foreign
countries, a kindred chord was struck in
tiie hem t of .he latter by the coaihiucd
d ii iug. modesty and practical good jsense,;
that i ropped out in tbe story of the.visi:
or. r ,
- He give him the mos-, valuable en
couragement of all that is. the promise
toja for siieli sketches of travel as
might bj well written and readable for
1ms peuet ration saw in the young rustic
pleiuy f thtv siuft' outlet which Fate
weaves ;i successful career So began a
lifedo:ig.lpendhip. iml a eo inection
with the iew lork Tribune whieh. has
never been broken-. .With a sra iL" sum of
money, angumented by what he received
from a L'uiladelphU pubiishiig-fcouse
f-r his poems, the .young pilgrjm .took
vteerautt poa.i&q.for England. riXow. -he
traveled through the principal countries
ot Europe, and visited all tha' -shrines
of departed great uess staff in hand hih
seaiiop-sneu hi nar;-wceci , .net be de
.scrihed. His feat ot speudingftwo years
in Europe on $.;C0 has been emulated
SrfVjTal tiites siyce, but It was then quite
.a unique- exploit. , . .. .
lllis letters in the Tribune excited much
at'eutiou. and wheu bn fife-ret'n in
1S4G, he issued his -Views Afoot; or. Eu-
j-epe stfeu v. iih Knapsack and Staff," the
ablest critical journals in America and
England gave 4t the nio lavish and
hearty praise. The sprightly freshness
and humor which sparkled through I s
p iges, iis-vivid delineations and nchn- ss
ot poetic sentiment, roade it one of the
most charm ug volumes that had been
issued from the American press a repu
tation which it has preserved even in
competition with the author's later
For a year after his return. Bayard Tay
lor, edited a country -pa per at Phoenix
ville, Pennsylvania, still- continuing to
write for the Lftenry World, and the
New York Tribune, and, in 1843 he be
came connected with the lattf'is' iournali
as an editor and proprietor '-Jost-pre-'
vious to this important step" m'Ji is career:
he had published his second' volume ot
potims under the title of '-Rhymes of
Travels, Ballads, etc." He had not long
been on the editorial st'dfof the Tribune,
when the grea,t .California, gold excite
ment convulsed the public iuind of the
country.- This whetted info a new edge
the old dove lor traVel, for it soon became
known that il wasA-parlous time in the
gold fields, and thatociety was taking
ou th,e most romantic and striking phases.
So the young-tditor was given a roving
commission, and he sailed for the Pacific
coast.- He was absent something over a
year, during which timr he made exten
sive journej-s through Mexico and. Cen-I
tral America, after the fulfillment '-of his'
main purnose. His letters svere. pub
lished in book form, under the name of
-El Dorado, or the Path of Emuirer" and
met with remarkable' sucqeft. v
lu 1851 was issued lis-"Book of Ro
mances, Lyrics, and Songs," and it was
widely welcomed as;a ' charming gift to
the publiciroraa genuine poet.
A stroke of private misfort une at this,
time-lent a-deep tinge of romance to Mr.
Taylor's life He had been loner en-
aed to a beautitul an amiably, girl.-und
ma inspiration mat sue naa oreathea in ,
t& bis work and thought is evident in
Uie many pathetic, lyric. -.addressed to
the bright goddess that Teigned so be
nignly in his heiirt. f Whcn be. returned
from the California tour he fou'ml his be-;
trotbed slowly biit sucly sinking with
consumption. As'soon as he coaWl3-
cnt)e'the' necesskry - labors1' entailed on
him he devoted himself assiduously to
the dying -girl." in tvbt)se' fadfng all
his hopes of happiness seemed .to be pass
lug away. I ne marriage certinqny was
performed almost on her death-bed, and
soon the, noet-bridegroom only held in
his arms the lifeless clay of her he bad so
His severe suffering, added to the toll
which he had undergone, made it nec-
essary for Mr. Taylor toeek a period of
relaxation, so far as suebttireucrgeiic m-
ture could consent to- rest
In the autumn of 1831 he sailed for an
extended tour-in the Oriental countries.
He 'reached Cairo, Egypt, taking the
Rhine, Vienna, Trieste aujl . Smyrna, in
route, and. after a short delay, departed
for an exploration in Central Africa by
the way of the Nile. He visiteu all the
ancieut tempi s and cat- combs, and ar
r.vc.i at Khartoum, the junction of the
Blue am While N.les, with none but his
tfrngoin hi and a servant hUM party. b
fellow travelers having ttfrii'ed back. Our
wanderer ascended the White Nile as far
as the territory of the Shilock negroes,
having c irried the American dag iariher
into the heariJof '-Central Africa than any
other exnWer. He returned to Alexan
dria1 aird thence to Beyroot, aiu- com
plished a pilgrimage through. Palestine,
Syria, Aia Minor, and the Troad.. A
te'w mouths spent in Sonthern Europe
were followed by a voyage to the ex
treme east. Mr. Taylor then became
successively connected in an official way
with the Americm legation at Hong
Kong, and the expedition of 4Jomuiodo;e
Perry to Japan, ana was thus made s-a
personal and intimate witness ol events
of the greates: interest and novelty to the
civilized world. Oa his return to New
York, after a voyage of 101 days, he had
traveled over 50,000 miles, in a period of
two years and tour months.
Xhe long series of letters which had
recorded, in the pages of the New York
Tiibuue, the picturesque experiences
and expressions ot our traveler, were col
lected.in book form, and issued in
-three- vol times. The succeeding year,
W53 witnessed the production, by this
htdefaligible litcrateur, ol an additional-
worLof travel, and two fresh books ol
The next five years of Bayard Tay
lor's lite were, for the most part, devo
ted to his journalistic - duties in New
York, and miscellaneous work lor the
periodicals. llispenodot uniform but
minor production' was only interupted
by a touri';thr.ougti the-.Scandiiiavian
countries and Russia,'-'which, furnished
the material lor one of his most 'interest-
iug books of travel. .
In the year 1S39 Bayard Taylor mar
ried Miss Mane Hansen, the accomplish
ed and bcautilul daughter f tb .di
tiuir fished (Jeriuan astronomer. In this
gifted wo in iii-her hush uid has found
most sympathetic and helpful compan
ion. His interesting book, 4A Poet'
Journal," a pocticl d m stic autobi
ogranhy. gives his readers many ch arm
iug interior glimp-esot the happiness
ai d ci'UMU which tlf.s marria ebrougLt
idlke to his i..t.edectir,a and home lite.
Tht vear 13G3 was markel by a new
depart ure in Bayard Taylor's intellec
tual life. lie essayed the tl Id ot pros
fictior, and wrote the novel of "Uaiinal
Thurston." The public verdict wa:
ireiiertlly appreciative, and the an; hoi
continued in ihe same tra?k of effort: and
the additional of uJohn Godfrey's For
tunes." Jo.-e;h sintl his Friends," suit
The Story of K nuetr " were produced
in quick succession. These' latter labors
were ex cuied tuning an alternate resi-
denci iu Europe and Iho United fct i'es
cac i year,
One of the. finest of long poena, "The
Pictured St.' John," was publish-d in
lso.j, an. I beevme tne tiieme oi ei toor .it
analytic leviews o:i the pa't of the hes
English critics. Mr. Taylor also edited
durjug these years, a trau-Itttioii of tin
-Fritlijofssaga, ' rrom the Swedish oi
Tegnex, auil.wrotes.eycralnew books ol
i ravel,-inftong w hich "is --ihaf ri esli am
Diciuresrtua Wbrk. l'he By-Ways ot
Eu rope.' ' ' t - i
For many years there had been pres
ent to Mr. laylors thoughts adesiret
translate tht , greatest . representative
works of modern literature, troethe
-Faust," with its continuation, bettci
known as the Helena." The only ade
cu tte aTlemnt imulehad been the trans
hitinu of Bnook,ai;d II iy ward, and these,
though full of beauties, were no less
mat ked by shor:comings. In 1870 our
poet began his labors in earnest. He
brought to the t isk.all Uie great quai
ties utcessjry, profound nnstery ot th
German la!igtrtgct accomphshed erudi
tion bearing on the iny.ths of the ancient
and modern world, and the giowing im
agination of the poet. Th result of twi
years oi' incessant wok wjs one ot tlu
gre.it m isterpie"es of translation, ii
which all the peculiar artistic forms o
the original, Complicated and difficult a.-
lliey are, have been preserved in the
English rythms. As much as Mr
Ta-lor has wrought in other directions
this transli'tku will stand us one of liit
crowning glories of his genius aid in
dustry, a work which none bnifa5 'great
po.-t himself could have achieve 1.
A Wonderful It a l Story.
While workmen were tearing up the
old floor at the Central freight bouse at
Auburn, N. Y. lately,- preparatory to re
laying, they came aeross an unused sc de
box some eight inches deep, and a'joui
four teet squarei It was pried up from
its position, and as it was being raised
a rati ling noise was heard inside. The men
broke it open, when out jumped a mon
strous rat. 4 -hase was give-i the rodeir,
but the animal managed to esj tpe by
running into a pile of freight. The
rat was as large as a good sized kitten,
and so gray trom age that it w.is aimo.-t
white. The bottom of the box from
which it emerged was found to be com
pletely covered to the depth of an inch
or more with peanut shucks, corn, corn
cobs, and the like. The only opening
that could be discovered was a small hole
about an inch and three quarters in ui-
araeter, through which a rod h;d passed.;
When vounif and small, the rat. it is sun-
posed, crawled into the box, and after
gorging itselttwlth plunder it was una
ble to get out, and thus became an volun
tary prisoner. It gradually grew until
it reached mammoth proportions. The
in iter-als found in the box indicate that,
other rats ted it, and thus kept it from
starvation. The rodent was undoubtedly,
confined for several years, antl the action
of the other animals in supplying It with
means of subsistence, shows a,; degree ol
intelligence that the rat - has' rarely been
given credit for. -How the' imprisoned
rat obtained. water -sor other liquids to
quench its ihirst.is-a mystery;" but that
it was ipbe box for several years there
can be) oo doubt, Itsjoug imprisonment
did not seem to'impair its physical qual
ities to any extent, as was evidenced by
the sprightly maimer in which it dodged
abouMo get away from the workmen
when, it was released.
V curious case has-r just -occurcd in
Scotl-n.ud.rV- A;Qouple were married near
ly .tlirty years njjo, and almost imme
diately separated- After livlrm apart
for thirty years the husband applied for
a'diy'orce, was granted by one; of the
Scotch courts.. .Just-after; thr decision
tke('couple met by accident hi ihe street,
brxved and! spoke to each other, then en
tered into ao interesting conversation,
and finally watked off arui- in arua to the
prprjer pfficiarl and were "tnarned ..again.
Lei; iis(F'li9pc,'that 'they ' may now live
thirtjr yvara longer in all'tiappiti ss.
FOR S AL E.
Ja&scn Lansing Saginaw B. B.
Are now offered for aale at .
Vrlcct and c
The railroad is constructed and in operatlai
from Jac&ioa to OayiordaiBUiuucof muuuv
dreu aau tlnri8uc tuiler; and will mu be com
pleieU to Uhj Bimua of Mackiaa,a lurilieruw
uince t aoout lifty-rtve mile.
f articular atteutk la ai ted to the largetracU
of taeoeDt wlilte a-l Not m&y jjinn limur along
me lino ot tlit road, aiiU Upou.tiio am saoie.
Cheboyu, M .BkeKn&adaauUtee rivers, tne
tuost tuiporvdiil togging o treamtt 'n (he stale.
itae ru i?g Lfouls of the Aimpiuy include
some of itie tuoot fertile and a ell watered hard
wood land.') in iue state. Ksptcial at entioii M
called 1 1 the farming lands iu Crawtrd owego
and tbeboygan counties, whicL re bigh and
rolling; tiuibered inaiuly with lite flueat bard uia
pie; --oi1, biack sandy I am and Ih ting in
4imogsot luepurenl wi er. llieiie counties
uviug rapidly settled, aut tue lamuering Dusmesa
in tue vivtnuy wUlHiTord tw farmers Urst rate
market lor roduce lor uia iy years.
For pine lands, uuc-fourtn uovn. and remain
der in toree equal annual payments, with inter
est at tcven per cent, c or lruntig madtrio set
tlers, longer .itue will be given ii desire
"tad lor illustrated pauiiiUlet, lull ot tan
O. M. llAtUVKS, Land Commiwloner,
-HoW-ly LaiibUig, aliou.
rjlURNER, SMITH & HUMPHREYS
REAL ESTATE OFFICE
Choice Hard Wood FARM IXO
L AID S,
"FRIGE $J TO fiO PER
A small -vment down and the balanre
TIIESSLYNDareal siluited within a rea
sonjtb.c tlUtance from tjneboygan, and are
araongAUe best in (hiss-.-ctfon of .the t.tte. It
iaclieap-r to ituy cnoi"c.!"'inud near t .wn. at a
easona le price, than to t ke iuferri -r I .uds for
otnhicg. YfovVl tt ,
C. T. ALU SOW,
h p corner oi f .l-t nl Wer streets," opposite
- - - .
c 11 e BbYfe x, v ir ri .
Post & Van Arsdale,
Wboiesale and retail dealers In
HEAVY AND SHELKO
PAINTS, OILS, G ASS,
All kinds f
TSIMMING5 AND U ATSSIAL
RUBBER AND HEMP ' PACKING,
v -- .
ilsoan kindsof . "
4 Ma4tandrpalM4J XfttZ
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. . Mortgage Said
"TTrilERK X6, default has bo'n&ide in the pay
')ft ",-rr.tfntof ir.onev sccurod bjhwwti'agb duted
t ne 22Td.Tf rol December, 1873, eTeciMed' bv Jutta
Burn, of the town of lieoton. county of Cheboygnn,
and author Michigan, toMcArthftK SmUh 5c o.,
Of same named place, which raid A'ortgne was
recorded In the office of the Register of leod., ol the
county of Chelioygan, In hber B of il"origagcs, on
pages 335 and 306, on the 23d day of iwccmoer A.
D. 1873 at two o'clock r. m., and whereas the said
amount eta tned to be due on Mid niortgn&o at the
.Sate of this order in the mm of Are handled and
UltyttA', 22-100 ($550 V d-llara of - principal
and interest, and the furtlu r sum of Buy (?64).do!
lars as an attorney fee, atipu atcd tor In raid' mort
gage, and which lithe whole amount claimed to be
unpaid on tbe said mortgfe, and no suit or pro
ceeding having been instituted at law to recov
er Ihe debt now remaining ecu red by the the said
mortgage or any tart theieot, whereby the power
.tjsle contained in the sail mortgage has become
'Operative. Now. therefore, not:re is hereby given
that by virtue of the aatd power ot sale an t In
pursuance of the statute in such case made and
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed' by a
sale ol the .premises therein -.-de-rlbed at
pubtlc auction to ihe TiijeJu-jrt 'bidder,' at tbe
front door of tne court hnuae wCbcbovkan villaee.
in said county cf Cheb.n gan, on the 24th day of
marcn, a. u. lsiu, next, at ten o Cock li
ihe inrtnoon or that day, W Men said preinis sare
deitcribed in the said inortir 'tie as fallows, to wl
Thirty (30) feet fro a th wcbI end ot lot thirty
mons' plat .hereof: vaid piece of land bctnxthity
(3 ) fe-t wide, back from Water street, easterly.
and no- th and ooutn on said Water strict, across
said I jt thirty (30).
Dated 2fovcmle'?5th, 'R"8.
AlcAttl IIUKjSMITI A CO.,
Attoiney fot Mo tgigces. ' 30novl."t
WHEREAS default has been made in the pay.
raent of money secured by a mortgage
dated the 2-1 dav of Anri. A. 1. i875. t xectited hv
Julia Burns, of the lien ot llen'on, county ot
t ;neooyg:tn, ami stale or Michigm, to Mcrthur,
Smith it Co ,of the same named place, which said
mortgage wi tecorded in the office oi the Ueeis
tero. Deeds, of the county of C'huboyga . In lilcr
O of mortgages, ou pace I4i, on the 3d day of
April, a. u. lSid, at o'clock k. and whereas
theaniouht claimed to be due on said mortgage a?
tbedateof this roliceis tht sum ..t two hundred
and nine and 50-100 (S209 50) dol am of erincip tl
and Interest, and the fun her sum of lllty (50) dol
lars as an at'ortiey fee, stipulate I lor in stid mort
sratte, and which s the whole amountclaimed to he
unpaid on the said mortgage, and no suit or pro
ceeding having been instituted at law lo rt cover
the debt nw reiiuii mg secured by the said mort
gage orany part thereof, wn-rehy the power of
sale containe J in the said mortgage lias become op
era lvt-; Now therefore notice is hereby given that
b1( virtue of the said poorer of s tic and in pur.-u-anre
of the statute in such ca-e made and pro
vided, t'te sa'd mortyaire w ill be for-clowd by a
sale of the premises therein described, at pub ie
auction, to the highest bidder, at th tront dorr of
the eturt hou-e, .in Cheboygan village, In ad
county of Cheb yuan, on the 24th tlay March,
A.U. 187, next, at e even o'clock in the fore
noon of tlt.-it day. which said, premir.es are des
ctibed in the s id mortgage s follows, to-wit:
Thirty feel from the west side of ot thiity (30) of
Cheb-lytatn villaee. aero-ding to Jac-ib -an. men'
plat tl ereof.s id p.tec of land tteinir tbir'v feel
I -ty-K;.e.ba fc fnun V atersticut. easterly, and north
M-i sutli ou.M-.iiir Water sircct acron? aJd
tuirty.in UheiiOygan count)-. Michigan. .j
;!Dated XoveiniK-r 23th, 1K78.
JIcA..TUUU, SMITH & Co.,
WATTS H. lIpyrHRET,
Attorney lor Mortgagees, 20novl3i
VT HERE At!efau 1 1 has brn made in the pay
mepi n nmiiey t-ecurttl ly a inorigage
ian-u me wn u iv oi t 'ciooer, 1S7I, executed by
Joiah K. Wendeli. of tn i vi lae of Maekin.-io.
county of Mackinac, and sta c of W icl tea", to
Patrick McCann. of tli- same place, which said
mortgage, was re o.ded Pi the onjec of the l-rgister
of Deeds ol the countv of Mackinac, iu Liber tt of
Mortgages, on pair, 8 . J9. 2"0, 2 1, nd i2, -n tbe
14th diy of Ortu'i r, 1S7. nt, 4)i u'elock r. a. and
wi-ereus tt e a nnnnl cl .inied to beducTn said
moi Vage at the aate of this nottce, ..s the sum ol
lour Hundred nud loi ty-six ati'l 6.,-ltK) (44(i fi7 do
iars, oi principal ana Interest, and the further sum
of twenty-hve ($:") iloliars as an attorney fee,
stipulated for in said m rtga.e. and 'which is the
wUo'canv.unt claimed lo be unpaid on the said
mortgage; And do run jr proceeding h.ning been
Hlitu ed at law to recover the debt now re
inaimi'g secnr d bv tt e i-aid moitKHire, or any part
thc-eof, witercby the jwer of sa e coiitntneil in
tne said mortuave has become onerative: Now
llu iefore, not ce is hereby given that by vii tue of
thetaid rovtrjof ,tale and in pursuance of tha
statute in such cafe made and piovided, the sand
mo: tspige will b foreclosed bv a sale of the r em
ises therein dcecri bed, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, at the tt outdoor of the court house
i iu the v'll -ge of Mackinac, tn said countv of M.ick
inac, rn tnt 10th day 1 March, A. D.1879, rext,
ay eieven o c ock in ihe loienoon ot that day, which
Said remise- ate described as follows.
to-wiC Lot Number 'Ihiee I. u mi red and
thirty-two (3 2) and bounded and desc ibed
In raid mortgage as follow?, to-wit: Uegiu-
iiinsuiirrtiu or water 61 eel, De we-n thl-lot
auila lotHWnedi'T loini;i;ck Murrav. and running
tiici-ce We.-w-rt' to Market street, thet.ee t ortti-
wa dlwalong sanrAlarkct street sixtix (6C) teet
,io tliesjtitli-arest coi ner ot lot number One blin
ded and one ilCly tbehec" E s'-war .Iy between
s I lots to Water street, thencu tuiutliwnritlr
I along Water street ftirty-three (43) feet more ir
iestf.10 1 ne place 01 tteuit n ng said lot hereby con
vyed being bounded on 1 be esi by Water siieet,
on theBOMth hv liitilowued by l. minick Murray,
on the west by Market rtrtet and .on tlie north by
land owned by the estate of Antoii e. Hhhm-JI. t-e-sirving
in thi. conveyance the water Jront or priv
1I1 ge of said lot conveyed.
JJated December 14th. 1378.
.. .. .. i I'ATKICK McCAXV,Mortga?ee.
Watts 8. Homhei, Att'y lor'Mo tiraiee.'l
23-i-cl4;h . , , ,
"TTTDEREAS, default has been inade in the ;on-
l V ditionsot
cert:. in moittrw't'. beating date
AtiKtist lith, A.I ISTfi, maie and executed by
.lolin lil .le and L'icy li ddic. his w fe, to llbert
B Mailiiftn. and r. coidcd in the RcgiVter of Deeds
office 1 ir Mackiii'nc county, Michigan, in Liber C f
Mortifases, on page's 270. 271 and T&,- on lt-e'12th
day of Angu'sf;'. 1). 1876. And M hcT.-as, the sa'd
Aibort B. M.tdis-n latc'v dcimrted tliis lie. to-n-it:
at MaCkini,? t,lu 'ou ty of Mackinac, Mtch.-
gan 011 ine sum. nay o aujiisi tet, ana since the
execution l said mortgage, lenv 11a no' Inst will
and testament. And where.:, Ki. beth 0. Mad
ison, (now E-izibeth O Wi.liutus) was by the
l'rooate e;urt of the County of Mackinac afore
said. tlieUth. davofUctlerl876d.ivanroiiited
ail 111 nitrai lis of the estate of Ki-ilAllie.t H.Madi-
aon tu-ce sed; anil s.ti I administratrix having ac
cent cl tu trast and letters ol ndministrutton hav
in boon tu'y isme I to ben And w h -teas, ttteie
is ciaimctl to te ouc ana unpaid on said mortsmiro
at the la o hereof, the sura ol two hundred and
forty-nine S5 1 0; dollars 2413!-lt0,) touc her
with a attorney fee f fifty dollars (.50) protided
.for in slid mortgage; sh tuld any proeeedings be
; t tken to fotrc osj uie same. And no proceedings
! bavin: bo.-n iiiiitut.-d e titer at law or in equity to
j recover th- amount due ujm -aid mortgage or any
par iiiersot: 1 .iow. .111 -teiore, tiy virute or the
power of sue contained iu sail imirtaaire. and the
statute in such cas madea"d prov ded. n tit-e is
nereDy iven that on HUXUU, Til li I EX IU
UAY VV M Vl;t'I!r . D. 1879. at 1 o'clock iu the
afternoon, I shall se I at publi auction, to tbe
highest bi bier at the front Joor of the I'onrt house
tu Ihe village or M ckuiac in the ounty of Mack
inac. State of Michigan (that being tbe place
where the circuit court f.r Mackinnc county is
holden, tbe premises described tn s:iid morrgape.
or so much thereof as may be n cessary to nay the
amount due on suid mortgage, wi h tun per cent,
interest, and all legal c tsts, together with an at
torney fee of titty tlo Iars covenanted for therein, the
premises being described in suid m rlga;o as all
their the mortgagors' right, title, int. reel to a
certain iecu and parcel ot land situate iu the vil
lage of Mack!nac,in tV county of Maoktnac, and
state of-Michig.m und dfcribl as follows, to wit:
A certain pnrcu or parcel cf land known as parcel
No two (21 It the s ttteineutot the Biddle A liew
estitte, and recof- od 1 Lib-.-r M of Heeds, t n page
76 and described aa follows, to-mit: Hegtttiiing at
the noitheasjet-Jw corner o; sai l B ddle 1'reW
(arm, ra ining thence along the rear and. no'tliely
boundary of aid Bi die & Drew farai to the mid
dle point of said re.tr boundary ten lia?ns
tweuty-ihrce links, mo e.or less, tlienc soet-ietly:
and parallel to the easterly line of said' ili.Ml -.j-Drew-farmtotbe
northerly boundary of tbe part
of said farm heretofore duly conveyed to Kln r B j
Ward, thence In a straight line al ng the ca d
northetly boundary ot the said part conveyed to
sal I Kber B: V ard to the easterly line ol said bid
die & Drew farm, and thence alonir the easterly
line of said Biddle & Drew farm o the place of be
ginning containing, as rupposed, lorty-seren and a
halt acres, tnore-o. lrsp, and being pnrt of. the
s inie prmiscs conveyed by William Mi'c'.te 1 and
wif to Edward Bi ldle and John A- Drew, by deed
datei July 13th. A- l 1837. t
Admimstratix as afor said. '
Q ko. W. Bs Lt, Attorney for Adihinwlr.ifriX-
2ldccllth . - :
- -. U.fe-LVHfrOFriCE. .
Rkki Citv, Micb Octgs, to78.
OOMl'LAIST harinireen entered at this of
fice by Lemuel G. Buchelder avaim-t Henry
L'ndley, lor abandoning bid hotn' st ad ncrv.
No. 6-40, deted MaylO 1873. npon the e X of s eir
sec-ion ISr tovvnst.iij- H4 north, ranee 3wt st, in
i.'cobrygiia coirttyMichrenn. with a view o th
cancellation cf snl entry; the r.ail parties are
nereoy summoned 10 appear at this Office on tbe
14th day of January 1879, at 1 o'c ock r. M., to
rest end and ltirr.idh testimonv on-rnincF .u
U71KD 'TKVKVSOV, Registe.
f Wi 11. CV MITCHELL, Keceirer.
Send. ttfO. P. ROWELLACC?. t 'wTork
for Piirbphlctof lOOnatree.aon 1 cliotanf
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iJif A 0.,3t arrtt ,ew Tcrt. - -
Mortgage Sale. '-
TT7'II?R358t default has been made in tha rwn
f .Vllrfr" i A certain mortgage, rx mine d.-tie
Msyifat. A. DM8 m.l n,t .,...ttA,i.,;i..i.n
lttdd.c and Lucy Btddie, bis wife, to A lliert IJ. d-
iHin. ana recorded in the Ucgister of Deeds ofuco
ior Mackinac countv, aiict.i.Mn, in Liber O -of
Mi-rtgages, on pages 204 aiid 205, on lbe'22d day of
i. 1? ,,,,,03, -no wr.erens, the said Albeit U
Madison latelytdeparted this life, to-wit: At Ma k
inac, in ti:e county of M:tekinac, Michigan, on tbe
26. It day of August, a. D. 1S76, an' since the exe
cution ol sa.d mortgage lea inir no last w iUand tes-i
tament. A d whereas, Elizabeth O. Madl on, now
KlizibetbU Vbiams was, by the 1'roiu.te Court
o ine county or M icRtnac nfonsaid, on the 9th
day of October. 187iJ, duly 8ptoiiited administratrix
of I'm estate of said Iben O. Madison, decfaKcd;
nnu -i i n-iiniuisirpinx niaVltig accepted the irust,
iiaTetterut administration having been duly is
sued to her; And whereas, there is c'aitned to l e
due and unpaid on said mortgage, at the t'ate here
of, the sum of two hundred and seventy-six 22-00
uoi ursrx 0 Yl together with an attor ey tee of
iweniv Joiiais 1 jaij provided tor in said mortgage
abnuld aejrrrowc li.gs be taken to foreclose the
same; And no pr.K.-eoiinjfs havtng been ii stitutci
ei heral taw or in etji ity 10 recovei the anmuiii
ue upon said mortgage, or any part thereol: Now,
thereP-re by v rue o. tte pow rof ale Cjiita ne 1
in sa d mortgage, aad Ihe statute lit socli imis mn-ic
and i: ovideduoep In fteieWg Teirba. tin MUX
iAV,THETENTll D Y OK MAItOH, A. D
l7i), at t we. ve o'clock no n, 1 stal s ;ll at pab ic
auction, to the highest bid.br, at the trout ooorot
tbe court house In the vipage 01 .Mackiioic, in lb
county of Mackinac, sta eot kichigun, t at la-ing
the place where the c rcurt cotvJoc. Mackinac
poumy is holdenl, tue premises described in iiid
mor gave, or so much thereof as nay be necessary
to pa j the am unt due on said mortgage, with ten
(x-rcent. iiituietit, and all l'al cotts. togellicr with
an attorney's let of t enty dollais covt-nanteii f ,r
therein, tl.e premises being desciibed in said mort
tagc -s all thci the mo tgaois'J light, title ai d
inteiest to certai.i 1 ieccs or parcel oflaud situate
in the il!ageof Mackinac, in the county ot Mack
inac and state of Michiean, and desctibed as fol
lows, to-wif Lots numbered two hnndred and sev
enty i,ine29, two hundred and eighty-one 2S1
and two hundred eighty-five 2S.il. as a.-sessel or
per asses' ment ic I; rnd b unded as fot:o, to
wit: Commencing aa lr.rKct. street, at the cornel
of a loi conveyed by-trie eawitots ot J-me. Ab
bott to Thomas untia'l,'tliei-ce a ong the line of
said Donaily lotVuu ing northwest rly two bun
dled and eght feet, more or 'has, to the line ol
the United stales Military Ke.'ervatlcn. thence
Hioiitf the line ot said Mi itarv keserra'ion twoi
knvd e I and euhty feet. ,.1iw.r6 'of', Iffts. ihenrej
nor-herly by lot now owned' nn l occupied by
John rfo'cn.two htindr d and etirht feet, more 01
less, to Market street, thencti along the line td raid
Market stre t two hm.dred and eighty feet, more
or less, to the place of t gnni.g -o ta ning titty
eight tho'jsaud two bundled and forty square feet
more or icss.
Administratis as a oresa l1.
Gfo. W. Bell, Aitoiney for Administratrix.
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V.y'by LemtieltJ. Buchelder iasiniit llerrrv l.-di-rs
ior abandonini; bis homestead vntry Xo. 6CS3, dated
Xov-9,1874. upon the w $i s e i, section IS,
f iwnsbip S4 north, tanr;e S tAW-sI, In CbelMvi(aii
county, Micbian, uritb a view to the -m;ee'liitiort
of said entry; th? sa'.i-nartft-p are hereby suniinon
ed lo appear .t'jafs,e3f?c 011 the J4tu day of Jan
nnry, at J-oVloek p. v., to respond and
furnisli testimony concerning said alleged aban
doiiment.' t EnwABnHTiTESsOK.Bctrister..
Engraving on Wood.
H. O. Chandler,1
ENGRAVER ON WOOD
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