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THE jnux-ci-JIEKN" TRIBUNE, MAY 1, 1884.
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Cur Sen !);;.
I've h.id another dog. That nirUees
threo dosthat i've had, r.ml 1 haven't
teen allowed to keep my of them.
Grown-up folks don't seem to euro ho
much a boy wants society. Perhaps if
they were better acquainted with do;s
they'd understand boys better than they
About a month ago thero were lots of
burglars In our town, and father said ha
believed he'd have to get a dog. Mr.
Withers told father he d get a do; for
him, and tho next day ho brought the
most beautiful Siberian blood-houud
you ever saw.
Tho first night we had him wo
chained him up in the yard, and the
neighbors threw things at him all
night. Nobody in our houso got a wink
of sleep, for the dog never stopped
barking except just long enough to yell
when something hit him. There was
morna scuttlcful of big lumps of eoal in
tho yard in tho morning, besides seven
old uoots, two chunks of wood, and a
bushel of broken crockery.
Father said tho houso was the proper
place for tho dog at night; so tho next
night wo left him in tho front hall. IIo
didn't bark any all night, but ho got
tired of staying in tho front hall, and
wandered all over the houso. I sapposo
ho felt lonesome, for ho came into my
room, and got on to tho bed, and near
ly suffocated me. I woke up dreaming
that I was in a melon patch, und had to
cat threo hundred green water-melons
or bo sent to jail, and it was a great
comfort when I woko up and found it
was only the. dog. lie knocked the
water pitcher over with his tail in the
morning, and then thought ho saw a cat
under my bed, and made such an awful
noiso that father camo up and told mo
I ought to bo ashamed to disturb the
whole family so early in the morning.
After that tho dog was locked up in tho
kitchen at night, and father nad to
come down early and let him out, be
cause tho cook didn't daro to go into
We let him run loose in tho yard in
the day-time, until ho had an accident
with Mr. Martin. We'd all been out
to tako tea and spend the evening
with tho Wilkinsons, and when wo
got homo about nine o'clock thcro
was Mr. Martin standing on tho piazza,
with tho dog holding on to his cork leg.
Mr. Martin had come to the houso to
make a call at about seven o'clock, and
as soon as ho stepped on tho piazza tho
rlnY nniio-ht: him nv tho lorn- without sav
ing a word. Every once in awhilo tho
dog would let go just long enough to
spit out a few pieces of cork and tako a
fresh hold, but Mr. Martin didn't daro
to stir for fear ho would tako hold of
tho other leg, which of courso would
have hurt mpro than tho cork one. JUr.
Martin was a good ileal tired and dis
couraged, and couldn't bo made to un
derstand that tho do": thought ho was a
burglar, and tried to do his duty, as wo
6hould all try to do.
The way 1 camo to loso tho dog was
this: Aunt Elba camo to sco us last
week, and brought her littlo boy Harry
with her. llarry is six years old, and
ho isn't so bad as ho might be, consid
ering his ago. Tho second day after
they camo llarry and I were in Tom
McGinnis' yard, when Tom said ho
knew where thero was a wood chuck
down in the pasture, and suppose we
go and hunt him. bo I told llarry to
cro home and gret the dog, and bnn
him down to tho pasture whero Tom
said tho woodchuck lived. I told him
to untie tho dog for wo bad kept him
tied up since his accident with Mr. Mar
tin and to keep tight hold of tho rope,
so that tho dog couldn't get away from
him. Harry said he'd tio tho ropo
around his waist, and then tho dog
couldn't possibly pull it away from him,
and Tom and 1 both said it was a good
Well, wo waited for that boy and tho
dog till six o'clock, and they never
came. When I got homo everybody
wanted to know what had become of
llarry. Ho was gone and the dog was
gone, and nobody knew whero they
were, and Aunt Eliza was crying, and
said she knew that horrid clog had eaten
her boy up. lather and I ana Jiir.
Travers had to go and hunt for llarry.
We hunted all over tho town, and at last
a man told us that he had seen a boy
and a dog going on a run - across Dea
con Smith's corn-field. So wo went
through the corn-field and found their
track, for they had broken down the
corn just as if a wagon had driven
through it. When wo came to tho fence
on tho other side of tho field wo found
Harry on ono side of the fence and tho
dor on tho other. Harrv had tied the
dog's rope round his waist, and couldn't
untie it again, ana tno aog naa run
awav with him. When they camo to the
fence the dog had squeezed through a
holo that was too small for Harry, and
wouldn't como back again. So they
were both caught in a trap. , How that
dog did pull! Harry was almost cut in
two, for tho dog kept pulling at tho ropo
all the time with all his might.
When we got home Aunt Eliza said
that either she or that brute must leave,
and father gave tho dog away to tho
butcher. He was tho most elegant do"?
I ever had, and I don't suppose 1 shall
ever havo another. "Jimmy lirowiw
in Harper s Young people.
Mr. E. E. Conklin, of the Knickcr
bockcr Ice Company, has expressed to
a reporter of tho Albanv Evenina Jour
nal tho opinion that not less than 800,-
000 tons of last winter s Jco harvest re
main in tho storo-houscs along tho Hud
son. The companies are buying up all
the old ieo they can find in expectation
of nn open winter. They mako this
nrorhccy boldly, for was not tho wind
In the south wlipn tho sun crossed the
line? And isn't that an infallible sign
that south winds will prevail during thu
uoxt months r
BDSOH,- MOORE no,
J J WHOLESALE DEALUUS IN
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xd lii rnr ocn nr.
Lk'i TTrodacho and relieve all tho tronMos incl
ci ::t to a. bilious eUtfo or tne system, Buen as lha
s iifs, 1 ''ant ca, Drowslnopg, Distress after Kit In",
in ticSlli!, Ac. Whilo their most remark-
: Lucc-Si u.ia been euown la curm;
Jl'nr,.:'aP,yctCartcr,pLIttlo Liver rniserooTiai!
altUiblo iu Constipation, curing and preveutinjf
this nunoylnjj complaint, vrhilo they also correct
ell lr,rd rs -f tha etoaioch, ettmulata tho livr-r
a:id rcjjukta liie bowels. Evea if they only cured
Ache tlirv vcti'd ncfumontprlcciPES to inosnrrno
cu'.ar lrom this liiitre:-.UR complaint; uui unu-r.-telTth'irroocluea.irtof
a not end here, and liioso
v'io oarc iry them v.-ill find theso littlo rills vain
nV. in k nawvpyo that they wlUnot ho willia-j
to Ui vuaout tucm juii aucr u en-it ui-tu
f. . v. f MMin vitrei Ihaf.hrro U wV- vc
n: ko cur rvcaS UaU Our yiUa euro i: wbiM
cuv.'-s (load, ,
drvr'n I.!:'1a II' cr TXa r.ro v.-ry r:s,l ar.l
Yry e-ry to t .I.e. Oncer tro :u! i r. .ft .v. it doe.
'i.iey fro f.' ty vci' r.uno a-i-i w j'
fturp-c, l-r.t t' i" !? ,'-vn:!-J aeiLm 1- c Kyno
SI CO RSOTrM88i4
Wo manufacture nri Bull itwitha pcsitlvo
PlOaranteo th5t It will euro any
,-.a;,oiid wo will forf.-it tho sLovcaniouut
iiitlaiisin a sinnlo Instance,
It is unliko miy othi r Catarrh rcmpay.r.S
!ttaken internally, actln. upon
tho blood. 'oa Ule troubled ivi;U this
distresting disasis'.: j ijr Druggist for it, and
ACCKPT Kl) llin'A'ilOW on ST'L'S I'lTBTE. If 111
haa not pot it, eci.d to us and we will fowarl
iy.mediatplr. Vrico, 75 epnts per bnttl.
V, J. vAZtiz & co- vcica. eh!o.
What liavo vou to
iell or ExgIidmb.
H. D. Ohamberlin
BUYS AND SELLS
SECOND - HAND
FGr O O ZD S
Of Ail Kinds.
Picture Framing Dens to Order.
Furniture, Household Goods, &c.
Bought, 6old ana exenangea on mo
most favorable terms.
WATER STREET, NEAR THIRD.
All hinds of Carpenter and Caline
ork done at Reasonable rates.
Tha Wonderful Efficacy cf
IT13 twa RO frequently autl E:itbfnctor37 p?orcn
tint It Rtiams almcwt nurer.luiuj ta pay anythlnff
more In timlr favor. Tho Lnnifiiioo and conntoutly
Jjxreaf imr (lomcnrl for thorn, to'.h in tMs andforcisa
coiiDtrie.-i, in tVi lw:t f.vido.ico of their Yiiltio. Their
isloto- lay in t'ao Ujitud SUle3 id for grftntor thaa
any cthf r ctVtiJ mcuicir.o. Thia domand ia
tot siaflmiU'.'. It is roular and ttoady. It is not
of to-day or yesterday, It hi an increase that haabooa
steadily gto winy for tho lat thirty-five years. Whr.l
aro the rousjiii for tula grout and erowinff demand f
Ir, Kchr tick's Mandrnke rilNcontotn notner
cury, and yet they act with wondrrf id effect npoa
Uio li vr. They clcinrto tho stniiQc:i and bowel of
all irvit.:tliur uir.ttcr, v.nc,.. if allowed t remuin,
poinotuttoblfto;!, t')d br n c:i JJt lr.r.a,0:illMatrl
wr, nad many o!!.? 'i r.-c-. 'i"..r.y pv.a l.nalli
tad Btrciitrt'i to tea 11 t .t.v. t .: '1 v y cratj
cn'.itifp and L'ivo v. t ..- i :. : j r tuu. Thry
m-eltJfactttwuclif'-i tf. : t '. .r-'i vUt l b'iouI I
t: vn I- t.'nii UUt .n ' r, r '. vVr.mlarltiliuil
r'.i:.rc-;:.l.vva in-sru'r r i . :-re tho rr.
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, .-"it.'.-.-'i o: :: ' iv;:Jrt o
WluToas, default has Iieon made in the con-
litloiiB ot a certain inortyrasro made by Hiram
Lainphcre, widower, of the town of Mentor,
In the county of Cheboygan, state of Michigan,
t the Vayne Couuty Savincs liank, of Detroit,
a body incorporated, exlstiug and doing busi
ness, under the laws of the state of Michigan,
dated July 15th 1NK& and recorded In the office
of the Register of deeds for the county of Che
boygan, state or Michigan, on the 20th day of
July, A. I)., 1H82. In I.ihvr 1). of MortageB on
nnires 4h5 and 4M und.
V'heroan, it was and is provided In said mort
gage, that should any default be made In the
ayinont of any luterest, when due and paya
le. and should the eame remain unoaid and
in arrears for the Bpace of thirty days, that
then, after the lapse of the said thirty days,
the principle. Bum of Two Hundred and fifty
dollars, secured by said Mortgage, with all ar
rearage of interest thereon, should at the op
tion of the said obligee its successors and assigna
iM'como cue ana payauie immediately there
after, although the period limited for the pay
ment thereof, may, not then have expired, and,
Whereas, installments ot interest have been
duo and payable in r-aid mortgage, and the
note nscured thereby for a period of more
than thirty daj3, and lias remained unpaid and
in arrears for more than thirty days, and still
remains unpaid, and the eaid obligee, the said
Wayne County Savings Dank, and the present
owner of said mortgage has elected and does
elect that the principle sum secured by said
mortgage to-wit: 1he sura of two hundred
and fifty dollars, and all arrearage of interest
thereon to-wit: tho sum of thirty-two 89-100
dollars lias becomes and is now duo and paya
said mortgage, and the note secured thereby
at the date or this noticp, principal and interest
the sum ot two hundred and eighty-two 89-100
dollars, and an attorney's fee of fifty dollaas
provided for in said mortgage, and bo suit or
proceedings at law having lieen instituted to
recover the moneys, secured by said mortgage
or any part thereof.
Now, Therefore, ny virtue or the power of
sale contained in said mortgage, and the stat
ute in sucli case made and provided, notice is
hereby given that on Saturday the twenty-
fourth day or way, A. v. lhKl, at ten o'clock,
in tho forenoon, will be sold at public auction
to the highest bidder, at the front door of the
court house in tho village of Cheboygan, in the
county of Cheboygan, Michigan, (that being
the place where the Circuit Couit for Cheboy
gan couuty u iionien the- premises described
m said mortgage, or so much thereof as may
lie necessary to pay the amount due on said
Mortgage, with eight per cent, interest, and
all legal costs, together with said attorney's fee
of fifty dollars, the premises being described in
said mortgage as all those pieces or parcels of
land lying and being situated In the county of
Cheboygan, and 6tate of Michigan, and known
and described as follows: to-wit: The south
half of the northeast quarter, and the south
half of the northwest nuarter of section four
teen (II), town thirty, four (31), north, of
ran go tin eo (6), west, containing one hun
dred and sixty acres or land.
WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK.
Kell it Adams.
Attorney's for Mortgagee.
Cheboygan, Tcb. 22d 1881. . 2Sfebl3t
Default having been mado in the conditions
of a certain mortgage executed by William
Nichols of tho townuhin of Munro. Cheboygan
county, ichigan, of the firtt part, to Eliza
Jane Crump of tho township of Burt, In said
county and state, of the second part, dated
the id day or i ehruary, A. v. itibz, and record,
ed in the oice of the register of deeds for Che
hovrrnn ennntv. In the fdnio of Mic.Mrrrm. nn
the 1 1th day of February, A. 1). 1882. in Liber
"K" of mortgages, on page 810, and on which
said mortgago there is claimed to be due at
tho date hereof, for principal and interest, the
sum of twenty-six dollars and . seventy-eight
cents, (i?'3i.7S) together with an attorney'sfee
of ten dollars, (tfiu) therein provided for, and
no suit or proceeding at law having been in
stituted to recover the debt secured, by said
mortgage or any part thereof.
Now, therefore, by virtue of tho power of
sale coutained in said mortgage, and the stat
ute in such case made and provided, notice is
hereby given that on Friday, the ninth day of
May, A. v. ism. at two o ciock in the after
noon, I shall sell at public auction to the hich-
est bidder, at the front door of the court house
in tho village of Cheboygan, that beincr the
p!aco whero the circuit court for said county
is lioMcd, the premises described in said mort
gage as follows, to wit: Tho southwest quar
ter of tho northeast quarter of seetion thirty
three, (!33) in township thirty-seven, (37)
north ot range three (3) west, it being frac
tional lot number three (3) situate in the town
pliip of Munro, in the county of Cheboygan and
state ol Michigan. U.L.IZA J AN JS CHUMP,
(JZO. li. l'TtUSr.
Attorney for Mortgagee. .
Dated, February 11, 1884.
I. S. COOPER,
MA IH STREET,
Always on hand a very complete stock of
Brushes, Sponges, Perfumery
Fancy and Toiiet Articles.
Imported and Domestic "Wines
and Liquors for Medical Use.
A FINE LINE OP
Odor Jewel and DressingCases
CUT GLASS BOTTLES, &0.
Carefully compounded at all hours, night or
nay, Ly a competent and skilirul druggist.
I. S. COOPER.
J. Benson Hill, M. D.,
Office and Residence on Water Street
opposite Fountain House.
Next door to McDonald & Cueny's.
S. R. SHOW, Proprietor.
REPAIRING- A SPECIALTY.
All workjand Goods warranted as
terest anil pay
Main Street, Cheboygan, Mich,
General Saw Mill and
LANGMAID & CLARKE, 1
Successors to JOHN C. HTJLVAXJGH, . ;
Manufacturers and Dealers in all Kinds of
A Full Stock ot SADDLERY HARDWARE always on hand. The
Largest and best assorted stock of WHIPS to bo found in Northern
Single Strap Harness from $10 Upwards.
Call an d examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
"Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to.
Chice Confectionery and Fruits.
I have received my first lot of
HOUSE PLANTS and Flower Seeds.
Koses and Shrubs, very hearty, will stand
the winter here for garden and Cemetery.
Farmers will do well to call for Garden and
Wo invito Attention to the Following Lines of Goods Just Re
ceived: New Prints,
New Ginghams, ;
Brown and White Cottons,
AND AN ELEGANT LINE OF
LADIES' k CHILDRENS' HOSIERY,
And are Prepared to Offer Them at Special Values. , .
Our stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods
Will be found Very Complete.
JAMES R. FORSYTH.
Livery Stable and Dray Line!
AT THE SAMMONS' STABLE, ON THIRD ST
ALBERT HAYDEN, Proprietor.
Draying of all Kinds Attended To.
Particular Attention given to furnishingfsuitablo conveyances for
HUNTING AND FISHING PARTIES.
G-Itto Him. a Ca,ll.
represented. Remember your In
me a call.
F. E. RICH
Steamboat Work a
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