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1HE NORTHERN TRTBUN'iL', SEPTEMBER 18. 1884.
Northern tribune. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 18, 1884. Rational llcpulillran Ticket, For President, JAMES Q. BLAINE, of Mains; ' For Vice President JOHN A. LOGAN, of Illinois . For Presidential Electors. At Large -Dwiqht Cutler, Joseph B. Moore. First District-jAMis McMillan. Fecond District-William 8. Willcox. Third District George H. French. Fourth I)l8trlct-J. Eastman Johnbow Fifth District Oeokoe O. Steketee. Blxth Dlstrlct-JosEPHCS Smith. Kevanth District George W.Jenks. , Eighth IMstriot Charles W. Wells. Ninth Ulstrict-LOHENZO A. Barker. Tenth District Beth McLean, Eleventh District -John Duncan THE tVTATK TICKET. For Governor RUSSEL A. ALGER, of Wayne, For Lieutenant-Governor ARCHIBALD BUTT ARB, of Charlevoix. For Secretary of State , nARRY A. CONANT, of Monroe. For State Treasurer EDWARD H. BUTLER, of Wayne. Foi Auditor General WILLIAM O. STEVENS, of Washtenaw. For Commissioner of the Land Office MINOR S. NEWELL, of Genesee . For Attorney General MOSES TAGGART, of Kent. For Superintendent of Publio Instruction HERSCHEL R. OAS8, of Hillsdale. For Member of the State Board of Education JAMfcS M. BALLOU, of Allegan. Congressional Ticket. For Member Congress, Tenth District CHARLES F. GIBSON, of Bay. The Maine election shows which way the tide is running. Cheboygan Democrats do not enjoy the indorsement given by Tammany to Cleveland. We would suggest to the Republican National committee the wisdom of cir eulatiug the report of Tammany com mittee on Cleveland as a campaign doc ument. It is hard on the Democrats, but they cannot help admitting that the political outlook favors the election of Blaine, and some here In Cheboygan are hoiest enough to admit the fact. To the average reader the term ar raignment of Cleveland, instead of In dorsement of him, would have been more appropriate as designating the action of Tammany at the Friday night meeting. General Logan addressed tie largest political meeting ever held in Toledo Thursday night. Ex Governor Foster presided; and in the procession before thfc gathering over 1,000 torch bearers were in line. . A telegram from Maine to the dally papers says the total vote of the state will reaeh 142,410, and Robie's majority over Redman 20,615. This is the largest majority ever given a candidate for Gov ernor in that State in a Presidential year. This fusion business is a wonderful contrivance. It enables Democrats and Greenbaekers to rote both for Cleveland and Butler, and for free trade and pro tection at the eamo time. Who says the Democracy of Michigan does not stand by the Chicago platform? The split among the Democrats in the fifth Louisiana District Thursday, result ed In the holding of two separate con ventions and the nominating of two can didates. C. T. Walton, a Democrat who recently came out for Blaine, will prob ably be the Republican candidate. The Alpena Argus takes the Tribune to task for saying two years ago Begole's plurality was only 33. The item only had reference to the yote in Cheboygan county, and spoke only of the county, bnt the number should have been 133, and was written so, but the 1 got left in some manner, llowever, all indications point to a majority for Russell A. Alger in this county this fall. The Republicans have won all the stats elections which have been held this year outside of the solid south. The first occurred in Rhode Island, in April, where the Republican victory was decisive. The seeond was In Oregon, In Jane, redeem ing that state from the clutches of De mocracy, and securing a gain of a United States Senator to succeed Slater, Democrat. J he third was in Vermont, and the fourth in Maine, both In this month. It is not known whether or not John Kelly, chief of Tammany, will support the Democratic ticket or not. At the Tammany indorsement meeting last Friday night the report says: "There were frantic cries for . John , Kelly- but that gentleman shook his head and spoke not." There is one thing that the Democrat ic party is united upon and that is it' is not neeessary that a man should be pure to become a candidate for President for. their party. Upon this they are solid and with them it is more of a living principle than any they enunciated in their platform. Three per cent government bonds at a premium is the result of the Republi can party's management of the National finances. Six per cent bonds selling at a discount of from twelve to fifteen per cent was the result of Democratic man agement under the last "reform" presi dent, James Buchanan. All four Republican Congressmen in Maine are eleeted by the following ma jorities: First District, Tom Reed, 1,200; Seoond District, Nelson Dingley, Jr., 4,000; Third District, Seth L. Mllliken, 5,000; Fourth District, Chas. A. Boutelle, 4.500. Previous to tho election in the First District there were doubts, but the result is highly satisfactory. That endorsement of Cleveland by Tammany reads a great deal like the old saying in regard to the Democratic par ty "that they support the candidate even if the Devil was nominated for office." The report of the committee is to the effect that Cleveland is not worthy of support, but being nominated, it is the duty of Tammany, "following the un broken record of our organization," to support the ticket. Protection to American Industry and condemnation of the British Morrison bill, Mr. Blaine asserts, is the leading issue of the campaign, and upon this he declares the gain of 19,00 majoritr in Maine, as compared with the adverse vote that elected Plaisted four years ago has been won. The people of Maine, by their vote announced that they believe in the protective policy,, and insist en its retention as the leading policy of the goyerament. Carl Schurz was put upon the defen slve at Milwaukee by the fact that after rendering a decision as Secretary of the Interior, under the Northern Pacific Land grant, whleh inured to the advan tage of Henry Villard, he accepted the editorship of a newspaper whieh ,Villard chiefly owned. His defense was that it was the Attorney General and not him self that rendered the decision, though he and not the Attorney General signed It. But he did not state why Villard did 'not hire the Attorney General to edit his paper in plaee of Carl Schurz. at the Republican, jubilee in Augusta, Me, fir. J. J. Maher, the leading Irish American, in a brief speech, said that two-thirds of the Irish-Americans of that city voted for Blaine, and that they had wisely decided to strip off the old rusty shackles of the Democracy and vote on principle. He closed with the assertion that the Irish-Americans would carry the State of New York for Blaine. His last words were clinched with three tremendois cheers from the assembled citizens for the Irish voters of Augusta who stood by the Plumed Knight. ' The Democratic papers have n very poor opinion of the rank and file of their party. After every unsuccessful effort In any state their cry Is that "Democrat ic . voters wore bought and brought up to the polls in droves." That is the charge they now bring again Democrats in . Maine.. Ac cording to the papers of their own party Democrats sell their votes very eheap. Probably if the party wonld adopt and advocate . living issues the members of the party might demand a higher figure for their vote, as it is they have everything to gain and nothing to lose. ' The news from Maine grows better and better for the Republicans as the complete returns get in. , Every coanty carried, the state senate unanimously Repulioan, and only a few relics of the late Democratic party of that state allowed in the house just as reminders of the former existence of that party. All fonr of the Republican Congressman re-elected by largely increased majorities, and yet Democratic papers trying to make the rank and file of the party. believe that it was not much of a shower. It indicates the coming cyclone that will strike them in November. The Democracy are great on dead is sues. Now they are basing strong hopes that some way or other the death of Secretary of the Treasury Folger Is to work a wonderful revolution in New York in favor of "Reformer" Cleveland and the Democratic party. A large proportion of the Irish voters of Maine voted the Republican ticket this year. This indisputable fact, fully proved by the returns, is sufficient an swer to those foelish. Democratic journ als and politicians who preten J that the Irish defection In the Democratic party dots not amount to much. . The expenses of the Republican cam paign in Maine this year was $5,472 less than in 1880, when the Fusionists car ried the state against the Republicans; and the Republican National committee sent no money into the state. In the faee of these facts the Democratic talk about the Republican vse ef money in the campaign is ridiculous. The Monday morning of the eleetioa the Bourbon New York World in flaming headlines wrote; "The handwriting is on the wall I the Democrats haye the con fidence of the people; the Republicans have forfeited it and lost it' Turn the rascals out." Two days later it turned itself inside out in wailing; "Froad, froad!" "Men marched to the polls in Maine and voted like cattle". "Voters bought with meney." New York Sun (Dem): After Vermont, next in their disappointment and dig pair Democrats turned to Maine, and staked all their ready means on the home of the Plumed Knight. But Blaine proves no "deadhead-1 in Maie, where he has many personal rivals; and now what next? Let Grover Cleveland mod estly retire, and let the Democrats adopt Butler, or take up Hendrieks, Thurman, Bayard, or Randall, and all may yet be saved. The Republican majority in Maine is strong evidence of the sympathy of the masses of the people with the Republi can party and policy. While the Repub licans were only claiming a majority of from 10,000 to 12,000, the Democrats were claiming that in order to have any significance in the Presidential cam paign the nujorlty should be at least 20,000. That figure has been reached, and according to their own admissions it signifies the defeat of the Democratic presidential candidates. In an interview Mr. Elkins said, when asked about the reported defection of ex-Secretary Brietow and Gen. Francis A.1 Walker: "Brlstow has been saying for several months even before the Chicago Convention that he would not support Blaine and no one expected he would. Walker has never been in sympathy with the Republican party and has nev er voted the ticket except when some paticular friend of his was a candidate. He is a free-trader and n Democrat, although he had been appointed to office by a Republican administration. I don't believe a word of the story abont Ham ilton Fish. His son Hamilton Fish Jr., is actively engaged in the support of the ticket, and was in consultation with us last night." D. C. Blinn, of Bay City, organizer for the Knights of labor in that district was in Detroit lasf Tnursday. Accord ing to the Evening News he says there is no doubt C. F. Gibson, the Republican candidate for Congioss in the 10th dis trict will be elected. "Gibson is with ns." said Blinn "and he will receivo the vote of nearly every knight in the dis trict. Up our way the country is pretty well sprinkled with knights of labor as semblies. My last assembly was organ ized in Vassar two weeks age, but I shall organize in Grayling, Gaylord and Tuseola in a few days. Before the first of November there will be at least 12 more assemblies in 10th Congressional distsict." The day of the election in Maine the New York World, Democratic, said: "The Republicans of Maine have sent out word to tho country that they only ex pect to score a majority of 10,000 to-day. Anything less than 15,000 will be tray the weakness of Mr. Blaine. It will be an admission that magnetism goes for nothing." , The day after the elec tion, finding that its 15,000 required to show the "magnetism-' of Mr. Blaine had been exceeded, it raised its figures a peg and said: "The majority should have been 20,000. The failure to reaeh these figures is an exposure of the weak ness of Blaine." This last shift it thought beyond the reach of possibili ties, and hence thought it was on safe ground, but, alas, returns brings the Re publican majority in excess of its latest Igures, and it must confess that there is magnetism in Blaine's name, and that he is a strong candidate. MAINE AND BLAINE. According to the Democrats and their allies, the political dndes of the George William Curtis stripe, James G. Blaine is a very bad man. They solemnly de clare him guilty of all the crimes of the decalogue. He has not onlystolen rail roads, but has jobbed on the position oc cupied by him as Speaker of the House, sold himself body and soul to railroad corporations, and as Secretary of State of the United States engaged in the gu ano business in Peru, tried to embroil the United States in war with Great Brit tain in the interest of the Irish, but last and most serious of all he has built himself a nice dwelling in Washington. According to their solemn asseverations he was guilty of all known crimes, mor ally and socially even to being the cause of the death of Wm. Pitt Fessen den and Lot M. Morrill, two of Maine's most distinguished and honored citi zens. With such a well known bad character it would have been supposed that in Maine, where he was best known, the honorable men of all parties would have been anxious to have given Blaine, as such a bad man, a well deserved rebuke. Did they do it? We ask our Democratic friends and their dude friends to read from the record of last week's election. It was conceded . by all parties that Blaine and the Republican party were up before the people of that state for judgment. What was the result? Both overwhelmingly endorsed. Every coun ty Republican, Democratic strongholds endorse the bad man from Maine. His own city, Augusta, gives him the larg est majority ever known In its history. The result is a complete refutation of all the charges against the character or the Republican candidate, as it shows that where he is best known, there is he the strongest. The verdict of the people of Maine will be endorsed by the country at large in November. Josiah W. Begole, the fusion candi date for governor, is not the gutless old gentleman his friends are trying to palm him off for. At the recent Green back convention he made a speech in which occured the following language "I have never rode in my life as a gov ernor n a free pass. It is net necessary that I should do it. I could not do it without being a dishonest man." This was not intended to get into the newspapers, but it did however, and the vain boast has again brought to the sur face two letters, both written after Mr. Begole became governor, the first, dated at the executive office, .1 une 2d, 1882, and addressed to J. C. Potter, manager of the F. & P. M. railway is as follews: My Dear Sir: You will do mo a great favor by sending me one of your , five hundred mile pass hooks; also ono for Mrs. Begole. I have jnst uned p -the one you gave me before I was elected. I have tho honor of being very truly vour obedient servant, J. W. Begole. The second, dated at executlvo office, June 2d, 1884 to W, II. Pettibone, assis tant superintendent of the Grand Trunk, reads: My Dear Sir: As the legislature will adjourn next week and' after this I will have considerable travelling over your road by way ef addressing the peo ple as one of the early pioneers of this tatt, you will confer a favor en both Mrs. Begole and myself if you will use your influence with your general super intendent to send me a free pass book. I have the honor to be yery truly your obedient servant. J. W. Begole, Governor. Tho professions and actions of this man. do not agree, and there is room for a heap of explaining by the Representa tives of the chameleon party. Notice tor Publication. Land Office atRekdCitt, Mich., I August, Oth, 1884. f ' Notice la hereby given that tho following named settler has Hied notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that atd proof will be mado before the Cl-nrk of Cheboygan county, at Cheboygan, Mich., on September 16th, 1881, viz: John G. Scbormorhorn, homestead app. No. 7,41, for the lots 1 and 2,&neM,ofse!i sec 21, t37 n,r8 west. He names tho following witnesses to prove hla continuous residence on, and cnlti vation of, said land, viz: John C. Young, of Cheboygan P. O., Joseph Wank, of Cheboygan P. O., John Gallaher, of Cheboygan A. O., and Perls C. Munro, of Choho gan P. O. NATHANIEL CLARK, ' ' KeglHter, ' Notice for Publication. Land Office at Detroit, Mich., J August 18th, 184. ( Kotloo is hereby given that tNo following named settlor has filed notice of hla intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk of Cheboygon county, at Cheboygan, Mich, on October M, 1884, viz: Charles F. Ilriggs, for the n X of n w J4, and n w Jf of n e seo in, 1 33 n, w. Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Jacob K. Shook ef Wolverine P.O., Thomas Burrows, of Wol verine P.O., George Franklin, of Wo'verlne P. 0-, Jackson Corey of Wolverine P.O. ADAM E. BLOOM, Register. Notice for Publication. Land Office at Detroit, Mich. ' neptemoortn,4. f Notice Is horeby given that the following named settler has Bled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be mado beforo the Clerk of Chclioygan county, at Cheboygan, Mich., on October 18th. 1884, viz: Orln P. To bias, for th n H of a 0 H and s w M of a e U seol.tp8Tn, r8w. Honamos the following witnesses to prove hia continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: John koberts, of ( hebovgan PO. Francis Passeno, William O. Ramsey, of Cheboygan P O, Frank Enault, of Cheboygan P O. ADAM E. BLOOM. Register. Mortgage Sale. First publication June 19, 1881 Whereas, default has been made in the pay ment of the money secured by a mortgage dated the Fourth day of May A. D, 1883, exe cuted by Allert Legault and Mary Legault, his wife of the Village and Couniy of Cheboygan. Michigan, to Theophilus A. Goulden of Port Huron, Michigan, which said mortgage was recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Cheboygan, Michigan, In liber 'D of mortgages on pages and MX) on tne Fifth day of May 1883, at one o'clock p. M. And whereas, the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date of this notice is the sum of Four Hundred and forty-five and sixty-seuen one huudredtes $445.o7 dollars, principal and interest, and the further sum of Forty $40.00 Dollars as an Attorney fee stipu lated for in said mortgage, and which is the whole amount claimed to be unpaid on said mortgage, and no suit or proceeding having been instituted at law to recover the debt now remaining secured by said mortgage, or any part there of, whereby the power of sale con tained In said mortgage has become opera Uve. , it , Now therefore, notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of the said power of sale, and In pur suance of the statute in such case made and Erovided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed y a sale of the premises therein describee, at f ublic auction, to the highest bidder at the ront door of the Court Houce, in Cheboygan, Village in said County of Cheboygan on the 22nd day of September A. D. 1884 at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day; which said premi ses are described in said mortgage as follows, to wit; Lot number two 21 in Block "B" in S. Legaults addition to the Village of Cheboy gan, according to a plat thereof on file in the Register of Deed's oflice for the County of Che boygan. Dated Cheboygan June 16th 1884. Theophilus A. Goulden Mortgagee." HUMPHREY & PERKINS . Attorneys for Mortgagee. 3Iortgage Sale, , First publication August 21,3884. Default having been made In the conditions of a certain mortgage made by David Moore to George A. Norton, dated the 24th day or March, A. D. 1882, and recorded in the office of tha Register of Deeds, for the county of Che boygan and state of Michigan, on the third day of April, A. D. 1682, la Li bur U of mortgages, on page 657, on which mortgage and note accompanying the same there is claim ed to be due atthe date of this netice for prin cipal and Interest the sum of one hundred aad forty-one dollars amd five cents, and an attor ney's fee of twenty-live dollars provided for instil d mortgage, and no suit . or proceedings at law having been instituted at law to recov 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 Id such case made and provided, notice it hereby given that on the 14th ' day of Novem ber, A. 1). 1884, at ten o'clockjln the forenoon, I shall sell at publio auction, to the highest bid der, at tho front door of the Court House, In the village of Cheboygan that being the place whore the Circuit Court for Cheboygan county is holden, the premises described In said mort gage, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pny the amount due on said mortgage, with (en per cent. Interest and all legal costs, to gether with an attorney's fee of twenty-flvo dollars covenanted for therein, the premises being described In said mortgage as all that certain piece or parcel of land situate In the townshipoi Heaugrand, In tho county of Che boygan and state of Michigan, and known and described as follows: Commencing at the southwesterly corner of George A.Nortont land on the north sldo of Ui per Ulack River road in section thirty-six 36, in township thirty eight 38) north, of range two VI west, thence north one decree east on west line of said land one hundred and forty-four 144J links to a post, thence south fifty-nine degrees and forty live minutes east parallel with course of road one hundred and thirteen 1113 links, thene south, seventeen degrees and forty-two min utes west one hundred and forty-four 144 links to upper Black River road, thence north fifty-nine degrees aud forty-flye minutes west along Upper Black River road on hundred and thirteen links to place of beginning. Dated August 20th, 1H84. - - ? , GEOKGK A.NOKTON, Mortgagee. Frank Shephkro, : Attorney for Mortgagee. 1 Mortgage Sale. 1 l First publication Aug. 21, 1884. . Whereas default has been mado In the pay ment of tho money Becured by a mortgage dated tho 23rd day of June, A, D. 1877, executed by Charles Hentschell and Doratha Hents chell, his wife, and Peter Hentschell, of the town of Inverness, county of Cheboygan, Mich ignn, to Cora J. Mills, of Mount Morris, state of New York, which said mortgage was record ed in the ollice of tho Kegister of Deeds for the said county Of Cheboygan in Liber "U" of Mortgages, on paves 67 and 28, on the 23d day of June, A. D. 1877, at 2 o'clock p. M. And whereas, the said mortgage has been duly assigned by the said Cora J. Mills to Charles J. Kitchen, which said assignment was recorded in the said Kegister of Deeds' oflice in Liber "A" ot assignments of mortgages, on page 147, on August 29th, A. D. 1883, at 5 o'clock P. M. .. And whereas, the said mortgage and said as signment of mortgage has been duly assigned by the said Cbarlca J. Kitchen to Charles It. f tnlth bv instrument of assignment, dated 6th day of December, 1883, and recorded on naid 5t h day of December in the said Kegister of Deeds office, in Liber "A" of assignments of mortgages, on page 155, at lo o'clock A. m. And whereas, tho amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date of this notice is the sum of eight hundred dollars as principal, and tho further sum of fifty-three dollars and thirty-six cents ($53 .30.100) as interest, aud tho further sum of fifty dollars as an attorney fee, stipulated for In said mortgage. The whole amount claimed to be unpaid oh said mortgage being tho sum of nine hundred and three 30-100 dollars, and mo suit or proceedings having been instituted at law to recover the debt now remaining secured by ald mortgage, or nny part therof, whereby tho power of sale con tained in said mortgage has become operative Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of tho said power of sale, and in pur suance of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will bo foreclosed by a sale of the premises therein described at publio auction, to the highest bidder, at the i front door of the Court House, 4n the village of Cheboygan, in said county of Cheboygan, on Monday, the seventeenth day of November, 1884, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, which said premises are described in said fnortxnge as follows, tc-wit: All that certain floco or parcol of land lying and being situate n tho township of Inverness, county of Che boygan and state of Michigan, known and de scribed as follows, to-wit; Commencing on the line between Jamos P. Watson and August Grim in lot number two (2), section six (6), town thirty seven (;'7) north, of range one (1) west, thonce running north twenty (20) degrees, west along theCheboygan road one(l) chain and eighty-two (82) links, thence north sixty-three (03) de grees, east five (5 chains and eleven 11 j links to the Cheboygan river, thence south fifty (60) degrees, east along the Cheboygan river seven (7) chains and thirty-four 341 links to August O rim' s west line, thmco northerly along Au gust Grim's west lino eVht 18 chains and eighty-eight 188 links to the Cheboygan road and place of beginning, containing two 2 acres and fifty-one 51 1 rods, more or less. Ex cept, however, a piece ot the above described land heretofore conveyed by the said Charles Hentschell and Peter Hentschell to Enhraim Nelson.Wllliam W. Strohn and William H. Bul len by doed, dated the fifth day ot January 1875, and recorded In the Kegister of Deeds' of fice for the county of Cheboygan in Libor "B" of deeds on page 427, on the thirteenth day of January. 1875, containing five square rods, more or less. Dated August 10th , 1884. CHARLES It. SMITH, . Assignee of Mortgagee. ncMPmucTA PiRKiHg Attorneys.