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THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE. AUGUST 4, 1883.
Northern Tribune. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1883. Several rosortstH are tenting on Mul let Lake. Work on the new bank building will soon be commenced. The hoee and bell tower at the Town Hall begins to tower. The walls of the second story of the Gerow block aro well up. The saw mills in this vicinity are all doing a good season's work. The Nashville Students at the Opera House next Monday evening. Will Van Valkenberg had some flue trout this week at his flsh market. It is claimed that Will. Smith's new tug will be the "soonest" craft on the river when she comes out. Willard A. Smith, editor of the Charle voix Sentinel, was a passenger on the Idaho, yesterday morning, bound home ward. The huckleberry crop begins to move, is abuudant, of the finest quality, and promises to furnish "Lo" with business for some time. 1). Keeney landed three car loads of shingles, from his mill at Indian River, on the railroad dock yesterday. They look like they were as good as can be made. Farmers in the southern part of the state complain because they cannot use their reapers on account of the grain be ing badly lodged and the ground too soft from frequent rains. A couple of young ladies who took a trip on the Messenger this week, took quite a fancy to the Captain and are loud in their praise of him, and we are going to tell Mrs. Bouchard. The Atlantic last Tuesday lauded a large sign to be placed on S. Baker & Son's warehouse. It roads: "Grum mond's Mackinac Line, Steamers Flora and Atlantic," and can be read from afar. Thursday evening was slightly cool, and crent lemon could be seen on the streets weanngovercoats and ladies with warm wraps. Yesterday "Old Sol" broke forth and the indications are there will soon be a thaw. Rev. W. M. Campbell succeeded in cap turing Rev. Wm. Gt'orge, of Dexter, and inducing him to All the pulpit of the M. K. church last Sunday evening. The TRincNt acknowledges a very pleasant call from both gentlemen on Monday. G. F. Melville has his new store in the Melville block about completed. The two new store rooms he is about building will be 22xT(i feet in size. He has sold his corner store to I. E. DeGowin, the east side grocer, and the two stores will be united about the 1st of October next. W.H.Daniels is circulating a paper getting subscribers pledging themselves to join an organization for the further ance of the manufacturing interests of Cheboygan. Years ago Cheboygan had an "Improvement Association,' with the same object, but it expired for lack of interest on the part of those who should have been the most deeply interested. We hope the present movement may meet with better success. Wednesday night somo person or per sons entered Kintz's livery stabl, hitch ed a horse to a buggy and took a rido without asking leave. After getting through they returned, unhitched the liorse, took off the harness and turned the animal loose in the stable. The hack driver, who was out late with a party, when he come to put up his team found the liorse running around in the stable, and from appearances it was evi dent he had been driven hard and badly used. The New Hampshire legislature Thurs day elected Austin T. Pike, U. S. Senator. He is a native of New Hampshire, born October 19, 1819, is a lawyer in active practice; helped nominate John C. Fre mont for president in 1866; was state senator in 1868; speaker of the state house of representatives in 1868662 and Mfted In the Forty-third congress. He is spoken of in the highest terms for nil ability, and promises to bo "a senator from tho state, and not merely of party, but of the people." Isaiah It DeGowin, tho well known west side grocer, and Township Clerk of Benton, is among the most recent en listments into the grand army of bene dicts, surrendering unconditionally, to Miss Lillie Melville, one of Cheboygan's recent fair acquisitions from Qmcb Victoria's dominion", daughter of Geo. Melville. I In- ceremony was performed Wednesday at the residence of of the bride's parents by Rev. . M. Campbell, of tho Methodist church. The happy couple were tho recipients of numeroin elegant, costly and appropriate presents. They took passage on the City of Cleve land that afternoon for a trip east and departed with the best wishes of hosts of friends for a pleasant trip and happy lite. Order your job work by telephone from the Tribune office. Satisfaction guaran teed every time. If you want anything in the livery line give Hert Hayden a call, at Salo mons' old stand, comer of Third aud Huron streets. See his advertisement elsewhere. There will be a large meeting at the Opera House to-morrow evening. All who can sing are specially invited to be present and help sing. Nobody will be abused as the entire service will be tem perate, reasonable and it is hoped profit able. Everybody made welcome. At the time of the Huron peninsula fire a little boy was missed and it was generally supposed that he had perished in the flames. Recent cently, however, his father got traces of him, and yesterday he and the boy ar rived here on the Messenger. It seems the boy was taken away by a man and woman, ami first taken to L'Anse, from there he was taken to Escanaba, and there it seems they tired of him, and left him in charge of a Mrs. Faller, and it was here he was found by his father. The lad now is about eleven years old, and it seems had made up his mind to hunt up his parents, and was saving up his pennies for this purpose, and had something over two dollars saved when found by his father. They leave for horn e to-night on the City of Cleveland. PUMIii. E. II. Phelps, of the Michigan Central railroad, is in the village. Miss May Pettis, of Lapeer, is visit ing friends in Cheboygan. Edson A. Farrell, of St. Ignace spent Sunday and Monday in town. S. Hewitt, of Maple Rapids, called on us Tuesday, and we're glad. John L. McDonald of St Ignace spent Wednesday and Thursday in the village. J. E. Cueny returned Sunday from an extended trip to Chicago and St. Louis. Mo. Shebitf Dicktnson, of Emmet county, was in Cheboygan Wednesday, on busi ness. . Mrs. Mary Payne, of Lansing, arrived Monday for a visit with her brother, our popular sheriff. John Paton, of Mackinac City, was in town yesterday, and made the Tribune a pleasant call. Rrayton Saltonstall, of Chicago, gave us a pleasant call to-day. He is here on business. Mrs. T. J. Carleton took her de parture on the Atlantic Tuesday even ing for her home, Clyde, 0., E(;bert A. Smith and family arrived at Duncan City last evening, and will make that their future home. Mrs. Lucy S'MI'son the colored leetur ess, arrived Thursday night, and is stop ping at Mrs. Rachel Chandler's. A. L. Aldrich, wife and daughter who had been vistiug Sanford Baker and f.iniily, left on the Atlantic Tuesday evening for home, Flint. Mrs. II. C. Patterson, after enjoying a happy visit with R. Patterson, started for her home in Lapeer, favorably im pressed with Cheboygan. E. R. Reed, editor Maple Rapids Dis patch, gave us a call on Tuesday, and proved himself an independant and en joyable man. Call again. Charles Stetson, of Buffalo, arrived in the village Wednesday evening, just in time to attend the party given by his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs Waterman. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Welch arrived in the village Thursday evening. They spent a week or so at Petoskey and will remain in Northern Michigan some weeks. We acknowledge an agreeable visit paid us on Tuesday by Geo. B, Corbit, traveling agent for tie Free Press, a first-class newspaper represented by a gentleman, Charles Drcry. nephew of James J. Brown, formerly residing in Cheboygan, but recently of St Louis, Mo., returned on tho Champlain last Saturday, and has como to stay. Horace Orin, yo local of the Chippewa County News, arrived Thursday morn ing on his way home from a visit in the southern part of the state. He left (or the Sault this morning. Si I'KUvisou Barclay, of Beaugraud left with F. M. Snmmons Friday even ing of last week, to visit Dakota. Mr Barclay will return through Minnesota and come homo via Djiluth. Mrs. Jane Chandler arrived in the villairo Thursday morning, and remain ed a couple of days with her son Merritt and left this morning on the VanKaalte to visit her son William at the Sault. Joseph KtCIOLS, of East Saginaw, brother to J. E. Nichols, is visiting Che boygan with his family for a time. Mr. Nfoholl has seen I good deal of this world, and. like everybody who comes here, thinks Cheboygan is the town. MortRMG Hal. T EEAIJLT having been In the oonditlooi pi Yj a certain mortgage made by Emma A. Shaw, of the townnhTu of Oraiit, county of Che boygan, and state of Michigan, to h ank H -tim htteld. of the same place, dated May 'id A. D. 187W, and recorded In the office of tho Register of Deeds for the county of Chcbojgan and state of Michigan, on the fourteenth day of July A- D. 1B7A, in Liber "C" of mortgages, on paw :sh:.'. and whlrh snid mortgage wa duly assigned by the said hrank H Htinebtleld. to Walter El liot, of the township of Benton, In said county and state, by an Instrument of assignment bearing date the .Kith day of April, 1880. and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for said county of Cheboygan, in Liber "A" of assignments f mortwages, on page"", on the 6th day of May A. D. D80, 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 and seventy-five cents. lHt.7f), and an attorney fee of lifty 50) dollars pro vided for In said mortgage, and no suit or pro ceedings at law ha vina been Instituted to re cover the moneys secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Now, therefore, by virtue of the power of sale contained la said mortgage, and the stat ute in such case mt.de and provided, notice is hereby given that on Monday the fourth day of ricptember, A. I', iss:i. at 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 i he village of Cheboygan, (that being the place where the circuit court lor I heboygan county is holden), the premises de scribed in suld mortgage, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount due on said mortgage, 1th seven per cent interest and all legal costs, together with attorney's fee of lifty dollars covenanted for therein, the premises being described in said mortgage as all that certain piece or parcel of land lying and being situate. i in the township of Grant, countv of '"heboygan and state of Michigan, and described as follows, to wit: tho south west quarter of north-west quart. ?r of section four (4) in town thirty-six (W) north of range one (1) west, containing forty acres, more or less. WALTER ELLIOT Assignee, BILL ADAMS. Attorneys for Assignee. Dated Chebvgnn. June 1. iss'l Mortgage Sale. I AEPATJLT having been made in the condi U tions of a certain mortgage made by Al bert Le Gault of Cheboygan, Michigan, to Mc A rthur, Smith & Co, of ithe same p ace, dated October 'Jttth. A. D. 1881, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds, for the County of Cheboygan and state of Michigan, on the First day of November A. D., 1881, In Liber "C" of mortgages, on page 513, on which mortgage there Is claimed to be duo at the date of this notice the sum of live hundred and forty-three dollars and thirty-eight cents, and an attorney's fee of Fifty dollar., provided for In said mort gages and no suit or proceedings at law or In equity haviug becu instituted to recover the moneys secured by said mortgago, or any part thereof Now, Therefore, by virtue of Ihe power of sale contained In said mortgage, and tho stat ute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that on Tuesday the Eighteenth day of September A. D. UML at ten o'clock In tie forenoon I shall sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder, at the Irontdoorof the Court House in the village of Cheboygan, Che boygan County. Mich., (that being tho place where the Circuit Court for Cheboygan county is holden), the premises described In said mort gage, or so mu. h thereof as may bo necessary to ray the amount duo on said mortgago, with eight per cent interest, and all legal costs, to gether with an attorney's tee of fifty dollars covenanted for therein, tho promises being described in said mortgage as ail that certain lot, piece and parcel of land situate in the vil lage of 'hebovgan. In the county of Cheboygan and state of Michigan, and known and describ ed as f.dlows: Thirty feet from the west end of lot thirty (M) of Cheboygan village accord ing to Jacob Samnmn's plat thereof, said piece of land bclm; thirty (30) feet wide, back from Water street easterly, and north and nouth on said Water street across said lot thirty CM)), be ing the same niece of land convoyed to Charles R. Smith by two sheriffs deeds recorded in liber one (f) of Sheriff's Deeds on Mortgage Sales on pages 10" and The 'said mortgage above described being given to secure apart of the purchase price of the landstherein men tioned? MoAKTHl R, SMITH & CO., BaXL k A f MS, Mortgagees. Attorneys fr Morttmnees. HJllBlM Notice of Special Assessment. To Oe Of re W Hell, W W nwos, Elizabeth S Blaoer, Charies Bellent, William Bartholo mew, Sarah K Bunker. Matilda Rigger. Ra chel Cuninilngs, Alice O French. Cornelius A Gallagher. Alexand r Geio, Arthur M Gc row, tto Hoiirtb iine. Alice Haskins Moses W H rne, hades J Kitchen, J W McDonald and J K Cuenv. J W and Ft! McDonald and .Ins k Cueny, ist Methodist Episcopal church oft heboygan, Charles Martin, Thomas. I Mc Cann. John C Mulvaugh. Charles H Martin. K.t a Martin, Thomas McGinn. .Archibald V. Newton, Joseph N Perry. Hannah A I'erry, W illlaiii Patterson, William II Scott, Char les L Hmvth. School District No, 1 of the Township of Benton, Sophia V Todd. Ellen S Weed. M Westervelt, and all other persons interested h any f the lots and premises hereinafter mention and described: "VT OTTCE is hereby given that by order or IN the council of the villageofChebeygan.au assessment has been made upon the following lots and parcels of land for defraying the ex penscof tho construction nt a tile sewer on nine street, from the Westerly side of Ball street to the ( hebovgan river, to-wlt: Lota numbered m uo. 41 4-a 43. 47, 4". it. , ,Vi. .'4. 5' 68. 59, 85 65, 6T, 65 and ti'.t in what i- known as M V Home's first and second ad ditions; lots 3, and A. block 2; lots 1. land 6, block :t; lots I, tl and 7. block 4, lot '2, H, 4, 6, 11 and 7. block 7: entire block I; entire block it; and lots 8, 4,5. 6. 7 and s in block 10, in M W Homo's third addition: also tho school lot. bounded by Ball, l'ino and Bailey streets, and block 6 in said third addition; lots , 8, land 10, block :i, nnd lots 1 and '. and all that part of i"ts B and in in block i, in Wm Bartholomew'! addition, lying east of the railroad. And that a roll of said as smcnt was tiled with me July 7th, 1659, and will remain in my otliee until Tuesday evening, Aiu. 7th next, for the inspection Of all persons concerned therein. Notice is also giv en that the Council and Board of Assessors of said v illage will meet at the Council itooms in said village, on Tuesday evnillg, Aug. 7th next, at I o'clock, to re iew said asseMsment, at which time and place op portunity will bo irivon all pa'ties Interested therein to be hoard. Dated July 18th. 1883. C. J. IICNT, Village ClOrk. FARMERS ATTEN rrr I! Notice for 1'iihlicntioii. OFfTCB AT ReRD City, Mich I July L'Tlli. 1SX3. Notice is hereby uiven thai the following named settler has filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the county clerk of Emmet comity, nt. Ule County Seat, on Thursday, September 5th, ls.'l, viz., Benjamin Walker, IT. K. No. o.V2 for the l w 1 1, I W Si See '2 J. w ii w , Sec. L'", and S e ',, ti e Bee ML town 88, N R 4, W. He names the following, witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: James H-any, of LeTering, Sam uel M. Van Kvery, or I evei inc. Hubert K. Ham ilton, of Levei ii:., Samuel J. Ho n, o" Li-ver- kaff. Edward Si i:tv r, .Ttiiy28 ReghAeti Nolire of Dissolution. rpo ailfwhofln.it may concern Take notice I that the co-partnership existing between the undersigned and AllgUSl QltBSt, pre iinis to May 7th, lt)W,wn on that day dissolved by mutual oobaentt Dated at t hobnygan, July Nth, 1M3. CHAItl Ks HLKY. 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, Rakes, 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 all kinds of Plumb ing, Steam and Gas Fitting, and as we Employ None but FirstClass Workmen and the best of material, we can guar antee Satisfaction. PAINTS! PAINTS! PAINTS! Our Stock of White Lead, Paints, Oils, Al abastine, Brushes, Var nishes, &c., fec. Is most complete. We have the BEST COOKING SffiYES IN THE MARKET! I ! , Which we are selling cheap. Everything on hand that belongs to a first class Hardware Store. POST 6c VAN ARSD ALE.