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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. JULY 28, 1883.
NORTHEKN TKIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 28. 1883. Dorsey having been set down on by the Republicans is immensely popular with the Democrats. Frank Martin, employed at J. B. Mc Arthur's mill, Tuesday had a hand badly damaged by a butting saw. Dr. Bowes amputated two fingers. The water backed up in the river Thursday noon that it was over a portion of the sidewalk on Main street, in front of S, Baker's dock property. Haymaking was pushed the first of the week in this section, farmers all taking advantage of the fine weather to secure as much as possible of the crop. The Morrisseys have always given sat isfaction iu Cheboygan, and have been among tho favorites of our amusement loving people. Go and see them to night at the Opera House. The Sunday school of St-IJarae's Episco pal church, will give an excursion to Mackinac on the steamer Flora Friday of next week. The Flora will leave her dock at 8 o'clock a. m. sharp. Be on time and do not get left. J. M. French of the Grand Central has the thanks of the Tribune staff for a bunch of delicious celery from the UoiOD celery gardens, Kalamazoo. It was nice. French always secures the choicest of everything for his guests. Remember the Morrissey's appear at the Opera House this evening. They are not strangers to Cheboygan aud iences and from the favor they met with last season we would indee they would have an overflowing house this evening. If vou want an eveuintr of genuine eu- jopment. go and see the Morriseys. Correspondence. Grand Marais, July 23, 1883 We do not propose giving the readers of the Tribune a dose of pure immagi nation and puff, such as ihe "Soo" paper cave its readers a short time ago, in sneaking of this place, as that is not in our line. The "Soo" reporter came here and found the ofhee of H. Gamble & Co. He says they own some of the largest tracts of pine lands in Michigan, etc. Now we would be pleased to haye this "Soo" man locate 40 acres of this pine land if he can, for it does not appear on the assessment roll. The fact is, there is no such firm doing business here. There a small jobber named Henry Gam ble, who pays a small tax on horses, etc., and that is the ground work that the "Soo" man had on which to build this company of extensive pine owners. He also found a former Canadian banker who made some very facetious remarks. Among others was that as we have no taverns we have no drunkenness. The fact is, this is the most drunken village of its size in Michigan, and it is a wonder this facetious man was sober enough to talk any thing but Gaelic, and keep the peg leg from making sem-cir-cles iu the atmosphere, as his habits con tradict sobriety. So much for the va racity of the "Soo" reporter's statements. It is well to remove the scales from the eyes of the reading public occasionally. The straight truth make no Eldorado of this place. The harbor improvements are progress ing favorably, and in a short time ves sels of largo size will be able to sail in to this harbor without difficulty or dan ger of grounding. Wellington It. Burt is hero with three barges loading lumber from Brazul Broa' yard. Tliroo Canadian timber vessels loaded with board timber from George Ran dolph, and left for Quebec last week. The Ste. Marie had about a hundred passengers on her last tip trip composed chiefly of woodsmen going in for Tom .Sullivan. He has the finest lot of horses we have seen in Michigan, and intends operating extensively in long and short timber. As he deals on the square and looks after his business personally his success is nssured. The American Lumber company are building a tug to tow logs up stream on the Taquamenoii river to their mill at Dollarsville. The stream is shallow and Crooked. Their drive in the Two Hearted River has a good foundation for the sum mer. Alpena parties also have some stationary timber in the same river. Prize fighting is becoming quite a popular amusement here. A few Sun days ago a bummer commonly known as Peg Leg, challenged a state of Maine youth. The ground was staked out, and Peg Leg got the Gaelic knocked out of ropes. But then this is such a sober tewn, according to the "Soo" paper. Com. personal. Mi?, and Mrs. W. II. Daniels visited Bay City this week. Mrs O. B. Wekd nrrived on the Cham plain this morning from Charlevoix. Akfy Goulden left on the City of Cleveland Wednesday for Port Huron. PftQg. Sitiii:i:i.aM) returned on the Ctutmplwlfl this morning from (I short rusticating tour. Rev. A. W. Westcatk and wife, of arrived on the City of Cleveland Wednes day morning. John ft Root, of Marquette, who has bttn visiting A. J. Paddock, left for home this morning. I. A. DTlFlftMfOlf, Dtpvfty Collector of CMtMM, of Crand Haven, arrived in the village this morning. Mr. Cko. c. Wahnkr and wife, of East Saginaw, are visiting Robert Coner. Mr. W. pn.i'' Mie TitiHi N K a pleasant call. Mrs. T. J. Carleton, of Clyde, Ohio, formerly of Cheboygan, arrived on the Atlantic Tuesday morning for a visit of a few weeks. Dr. F. X. Spranuer, wife and son, of Detroit, spent Monday night at the Spencer, and left for Petoskey Tuesday via the inland route. A. R. McDonald, an Alpena attorney, was in the village this week canvassing for establishing a lodge of the Knights of Honor at this place. E. S. B. Sctton and wife, of Sault Ste. Marie, arrived in the village last even ing on the Van Raalte, and are visiting J. P. Sutton and family. Col. John Atkinson, who, with his family, usually spends bis summers at Mackinac and Cheboygan, this season has gone to the sea shore, and is rusti cating at Manhattan Beach. H.J. Miner, the live clothier, accom panied by Mrs. Miner, went to Detroit last Saturday, returning Wednesday evening, and reports haying a pleasant visit. Mrs. Miner spends a few weeks in New York before returning. James C. Conklino, of Springfield, Ills., brother of the late Edgar Conkling. and executor of the estate, was in the village Thursday, taking testimony be fore U. S. Commissioner Frost, in cases in which he a executor and trustee is plaintiff. F. M. Sammons took his departure for Dakota last evening. Mr. Sammons is one of Cheboygan's best known men, and has the good wishes of everybody for his success. He has promised to let his numerous friends hear from him through the Tribune. Wm. Rindskoff, of the Star clothing house, returned Wednesday morning on the City of Cleveland, from Detroit, where he had been spending several days combining business and pleasure. He reports Sunday very hot in the city and Monday quite cool. W. O. Strong, of Detroit, Land Com missioner of the Detroit, Mackinac and Marquette Railroad, arrived iu town Thursday niorniag, called here by the illness of his son, who, we regret to say died at the Union Hotel Thursday night shortly after midnight, of congestion of stomach and bowels. The remains were taken to Detroit last night. Supervising Inspector Cook, of Detroit, was in Cheboygan last Saturday on his way to the Lako Superior region. While here he looked over the Cham plain and Messenger, found both up to requirements, and paid Capt. Bou chard, of the latter craft, quite a com pliment over the condition of his boat. Miss Lena Guest, of St. Mary's, On tario, arrived oa the Atlantic Tuesday morning, and is visiting her friend, Miss Lillie Baker. It will be remembered Miss Guest spent several weeks with Miss Baker last summer, and numerous friends made during that visit will be glad to welcome her back again. TOO. York came down on the Van Raalte Wednesday from Hay Lake on business for Carkin, Stickney & Cram. He reports two dredges at work and making fine progress, although the dig ging is hard, mostly rock. The channel is being dredged 20 feet deep. Mr. York returned on the Van Raalte this morn ing. Miss Zaidie Adams returned home Thursday from a visit of five weeks iu Flint and Grand Rapids. Miss Lizzie Strahn, of Grand Rapids, accompanied her. The train on which they took passage at Grand Rapids backed down over the bridge of the Detroit and Mil waukee railroad that was carried away Thursday, ana Miss Adams says that ladies fainted when they discovered tho train was on tho bridge, so badly were they frightendd at the danger. I Q 5 B K 6 ca p 9 5 1 0 f S B ? O c S Mortgitge Sale. nE FAULT httviiur been in the conditions of a certain IB ill Ilia made by Kiniint A. Shaw, of the township of Giant, county of Che boygan, and state of Michigan, to i rank H fttinchfleld, of the same place, dated May Jiild A. D. 187, and recorded in tho office of the Register of Deeds for the county of Cheboygan and state of Michigan, on the fourteenth day of July A. D. lH7t, in Liber "C" of mortgages, on patio 382. and which said mortgage wa duly assigned by the said Frank H Stinchtlold. to Walter El liot, of tho township of Itenton, in said county and state, by an instrument of assignment hearing date tho .'Kith day of April, Isko, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for said county of Cheboygan, in Liber "A" of assignments of mortgages, on page -7, on tho &th day of May A. n. 180, on which said mort gage there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, the sum of one hundred and eighty six dollars aud seventy-live cents, (f 188.78), and an attorney fee of fifty (SO) dollars pro vided for In said mortgage, and no suit or pro ceedings at law ha vim been instituted to re am er the moneys secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Now, therefore, by virtue of the power of sale contained In said mortgage, and the stat ute In such case incite and provided, notice is hereby given that on Monday, the fourth day of September, A. I. 1883, at ten o'clock iu the forenoon, I shall sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the front door of the eoutt hous', in ihe village of Cheboygan, (that being the plce where the circuit court for Cheboygan countyis holden), the premises de scribed In said mortgage, or so much thereof hs may be necessary to uy the amount duo on Mid mortgage, with seven percent interest and all legal costs, together with attorney's fee of tlfty dollars covenanted for therein, the premises Iteing described in said mortgage as ail that certain piece or paicel of land iylng and being situated in the township of Grant, county of Cheboygan and state of Michigan, and described as' follows, to wit: the south west uuarter of north-west itart.-r of section four (4) in town thirty-six f86) north of range one (1) west, containing forty acres, more or less. WALTER ELLIOT. Assignee, DELL & ADAMS, Attorneys for Assignee. Dated Cheboygan. Jun , 1883. ortUSO Salt'. I E FACET having been made in theeondl XJ tions of a certain mortgage made by Al bert LcGautt of Chcbovirun. Michigan, to Me Arthur. Smith & Co. of (the same pace, dated October 'Jlttb, A. D. 1881, and recorded in the office of the itegister of Deeds, for the County ofCheboviran and state of Michigan, on the First day of November A. D., 1881. iu Liber "C" of mortgages, on page 513, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of five hundred and fortv-three dollars -mi thirty-eight cents, and an attorney fee of Fifty dollar-1, provided for in said mort gage, unci no suit or proceedings at law or in eouity having been instituted to recover th( moneys secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof Now, Therefore, by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and th" stat ute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that on Tuesday the highteentli day of September A. D. 18S3, ut ten o'clock in the forenoon I shall sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder, at the front door of the Court House in the village of Cheboygan, Che boygan Count v. Mich., (that lieing the PIMM where the Circuit Court for Cheboygan comity Is holden), the premises described in tfaid mort gage, or so much thereof as may be necessary to nay the amount due on said mortgage, wit n elgbt per cent, interest and all legal costs, to gether with an attorney's iee of flfly dollars covenanted for therein, the premises being described in said mortgage as all that certain lot, piece and parcel of land situate in the vil lage nf Cheboygan, in the county of Cheboygan and state of Michigan, and known and describ ed as follows: Thirty feet from the west end of lot thirty (80) of Cheboygan village accord ing to Jacob Salomon's plat thereof, said piece of land being thirty (30) feet wide, back from Water street easterly, and north and south on said Water street aero-- Mid lol thirty (80), be ing the same niece of land conveyed toCharlos K. Smith bv two Sheriff's deeds re-orded In liber one (1) of Sheriff's Deeds on Mortgage Sales on pages W and 108. The 'said mortgage above described being given to secure u part of the purchase price of the landsthereln men tioned. McA HTHUIt, SMITH & CO., ItM.i. A i. m-. Mortgagees. Attoruejs for Mortgagees. XQunlM Notice of Special Assessment. TO George W Bell, W W Howes, Elizabeth S Hlaney, Cli n ics llellant, William Bartholo mew, Sarah K Hunker. Matilda Higger. Ha -chol I'uinmings, Alice G French. Cornelius A Gallagher. Aloxand. r Geio, Arthur M Ge row. otto Hourtirnne, Alios Hatkloi Moses W H rne, ' hailes.I Kitchen,.) W McDonald nnd J E Cueny. .1 W and f C McDonald and .losECueny, 1st Methodist Episcopal church of Cheboygan, Charles Martin, Thomas.J Mc Cann. John C Mulvaugh, Charles H Martin, Ezra Martin, Thomas McGinn. Archibald I. Newton, Joseph N Perry, Hannah A Terry, William Patterson, William H Scott. Char les L Smyth. School District No. I of the Township of Itenton, Sophia V Todd. Ellen S Weed. M Westervclt, and all other persons interested In any f the lots and premises hereinafter mention and described: VT OTICS is hereby given that by order of IN the council of the villageofChebeygan.au assessment has been made upon the following lots and parcels of land for defraying the ex penseof the construction ol a tile sewer on nine street, from 'ho We sterly side of ItaU street to the Cheboygan river, to-wlt: Lots numbered 88, 88, NO, 41 4- 43. 17. 4". M, 88, 68, :.'4, K 68. 68, 66 68, 7. 68 and 89 in what known as M Homo's llrst and second ad dition; lots 3. 4 aid 6. block I; lots I, I and 8, block 3; lots 1,2, n and 7. block 4, lot 2. LA, tl and 7, block 7: entire block B; entire block !: and lois 3, 4,5. 6, 7 and Sin block III, in M W Monie s third uddition: also the school lot. hounded bv Hall. Pine and Itaitey streets, and block 5 in said third addition; lots 1, 2, Hand 10, block 3, and lots 1 and 2, and all that part of lots it and ui in block 4, in Wm Bartholomew' I addition, lying eatt of the railroad. And that a roll Of said as lament was Hied with mo, Jul v 7th, 1888, and will remain in my offlee until Tuosday evening, Aug. 7th next. for the Inspection of all persons concerned therein. Notice Is olso given that the Council and Hoard of Assessors of said village will meet at the Oouuoll lioomi in said village, on Tuesday eviilng, Aug. 7th next, at 6 o'clock, to review said assessment, at which t ime and place op portunity will ho given all paitles interested therein to be heard. Dated July lth. 1883. 0. J. HUNT, Village ClOrk. Notice tor Publication. LaMDOmoi AT RHO City. MlCH July 27th. 1888. Notice is hereby given that tlie following named tettler has Hied notice of Ids intention to make final proof in support of liis claim, and that laid proof will be made before the dainty clerk of Emmet county, at the County Beat, on Thnrwiav, September 8th, 1888, viz.", Benjamin Walker, H. h. WO. 8052 for the w i,,mv '4 Sec 21, w l.j n v '.. . Sec. 2."), nnd s e n e Bee. 2i, town 88, N R 4, V. lie names Ihe following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: James Heanf, of Levering, Sam uel m. Van Every, of LeverlngtRoberi Ham ilton, of Levering, Samuel J. Hoar, or Level ing. Bdwasd Si RVBMSOX, julys RcflgW r. Notice of Dissolution. rpa allfwhom it may concern Take n tioe I tlmt the co-nartnerehip exlatlnu between the undersiiriicd and Auirust Ouie- previous olvcd liV to May 7th. Pl, wa( on that day di- mutual consent. Dated at Cheboygan, July 14th, i CHAUI Bt! III. I V FARMERS We would announce to the farmers of Che boygan County that we have a full line of FARMING IMPLEMENTS! COMPRISING Mowers, Reapers, Wheel Rakes, Wagons, Plows, Hoes, Eakes, Forks, Scythes, Snaths, Grain Cradles, &c. All of which were bought from the manu facturers for cash, enabling us to sell at Plumbing Steam Fitting. We are prepared to do ing, Steam and Gas Fitting, and as we Employ None but First Class Workmen and the best of material, we can guar antee Satisfaction. PAINTS! PAINTS I PAINTS! Our Stock of White Lead, Paints, Oils, Al abastine, Brushes, Var nishes, &c., fec. Is most complete. We have the BEST COOKING STOVES IN THE MARKET Which we are selling cheap. Everything on hand that belongs to a first class Hardware Store. POST & VAN ARSDALE. ATTEN jrr all kinds of Plumb