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1HE NORTHERN TRIBtM, SEPTEMBER 18. 1884.
Northern Tribune. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1884 THE CITT. A team of good mules for salt, to S. LeGault & Son. Apply .. mi rt.-an AiA a at I inewiie or xuuuw - Sunday and was burled from St, Mary a church Tuesday morning. xa tt rtinm Wi ad this week. He waits money and In order to get it of fers great Inducement to cash buyerss. For something trooi to eat, seryed by kind and attentive ladles, attend the supper at the Towa Hall ext Tuesday evening. Only a few hay fever people it is said, are ow on Mackinaw Island, and it is Nport.itkvwiu.ioo. I t th nornts. The front of the west room la the De Gowln block, Third street, near the bridge, Is being finished. When com rufDi tha hinrk will have a neat and tasty appearance. The Miehicran Exchange has been en joying a good business since cpucd. This week at times it has been rilled, so much so that manager Lawrence nas bad to give up his own room ' Everybody should attend the supper at the Town Ilall next Tuesday evening The reputation the ladles of St. Mary's have ealned in the past is a sufficient rnranteA of the erood things to be ex- ! v L i4 . AWra Wm, Hess got quite a job this week re- pairing the boiler of the steambarge A. A. Turner. It was the intention to have t Ptffuin hut invasti- :n it gaiiou hboitbi ius " v - as well and for less money, so the -jod was given him. f ..m. .t.to nf tha umiiK io - weather the band excursion last Friday night was not a financial success, $64 bein the total realized. It was so rough the boat could not have made a landing at Spectacle Reef and conse quently they did not go there but gave a trip aroondBols Blane i.nd Mackinac Islands. Personal Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge VT. Stimpson, of Qaiacy, 111., were the gue9ts of Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Mllllken this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nichols left Satur day evening for Saglnw for a week or ten dava' visit with relative 3 In that city. Roys J. Cram arrived down from the Soo Thursday on the Van Ra alt, and spent a couple of days in Cheboygaa on his way to Detroit. Rev. T. I?. Leith. oastir of the M. E. church, left Tuesday evening to attend for the same purpose. The hoisting ma the annual meeting of conference, which chine on her deck for hauling in the big . T. . ' bAwr and for holstlne steam Dumis is meets at Saginaw this week, Hon. Jacob Walton returned from his visit to to the southern part of the state last Friday evening. He reports having encountered some very warm weather while absent. Dr. C. P. Frank, City Physleian of De trolt, and wife were In Cheboygaa last Friday on their wedding trip. They took tea with Mr. and Mrs. Dr. C. A. Perrin. and left on the Flora that nieht for home. Mr and Mrs C. Vf. Farr and their friend Mrs. Dorrllle left on the Flora for Toledo Ohio, where Mrs. Dorrllle will leave them to visit relatives in Ohio; Mr. and Mrs Farr returning on the Flora Friday. Mr. O. D. Tichterman, of Lockport ,N. Y.. father of Mrs. S.Widrig, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Long, the latter a sister of Mrs. Widrlg, arrived last week for sev eral days' yisit. They expect to leaye nflxt Monday for their home In Lock port. , ' Messrs Dodge and Cowan, local in spectors of steamers, spent Friday and Saturday In . Cheboygan, inspecting steamers. The Geo. W. Cuyler and Cyg nfltnnstpJ mnster. The Inspection of the Maud S was deferred until she gets her new boiler In. Rozelie Rose, editor of the Petoskey Democrat, and deputy oil Inspector, was over Friday iusDectinff oil. He started home by the inland route Friday morn ing, but the Northern Belle being broke dewa had to come back on the Mary. From the way he shoveled coal at the dock h must have been working his passage. Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Strohn arrived down from Sault Ste. Marie Thursday evening on the VanRaalte. They had been visiting friends in Canada, and came by way of Colli ngwood and the "Soo" In in order to stop and call on their many warm friends in Cheboyian. They left for their home in Ocoaomowoc Tuesday on the Messenger. Mrs. M. B. Champion leads In variety of ladies, misses' and chlldrens fall hats, hoop skirts and bustles. MAKING. The Atlantic arrlyed up at 4 a. m. Tuesday, Tha propllr Saginaw valley calla la Friday morning bound to Chicago. Th ChamDlala arrived Saturday and got away on her return xrlp aa boou as possible. The tug Major Dana was hauled out at Rnnker'a shio yard Thursday of last week and received a new wheel. Thi nahnnnAr liOILia VI Oil HfUTCU Oil citjThmtoj. leaded Umber ?eaarVfor Chicago Satuiday. Th afthnontr Thomas Ilowland ar- rived Saturday and loaded lamber at the Cheboygan Lumber uompanys mm. Th a Flora arrived OR time last tt- day and gave an excursion that evening lor the btaeni or me uneooygau uuuu, TaaT.ft.wrAnia arrived Monday noon hnft nniv rnmainflil in rjort a short time hoincf in a. hnrrv ta reaan at. iKuacv w. load pig iron. The Messenger arrived Suaflay nooa She did not leave again uatil luesaay fftaiiict.itp.if Th schooner Fleetwinar arrived TnaadAv and is loadlncr lumber for Chi cago from ine tneDoygaa limner vu., and expects to sail tais evening. . Tha schooner Belle Walbridee arrlv- Ad at Duncan Citv Tuesday having made the rua from Chicago la 30 hours. She loaded lumber and sailed' to-day for Chicago. The barge R. N. Rice with GO tons nf hard oal for smitD. & uaKer arnv efl ofl tMg pQrt SuQday Teaia$? and was towed into port by the tug Major Dana, Monday morning. Tha Northern Belle of the Inland steamers broke down last wek and fail ed to make cenaectioa with tne aiary Friday. She was repaired and resumed her route on Monday. Tha ateambarre A. A. Tamer with barges J. A. Smith, S. T. Atwater, John Shma gna q. d. Norris in tow arrived Sunday morning and are loading lumber for lower lake ports. The steambarge Don M. Dicklnsoa and bare.s Knight Templar and George w niasflll arrived Friday from Escanaba where thev took cartroes of coal. Mat toon &, Robinson loaded the steambarge ana uisseu ami racuiiu iiw Templar for lower lake ports. The iteambarze Keystone bound down with the barzes Yells and Mastea in tow, lost her tow on lake Michigan lint Saturday al&rht. The Wells was nickftd n n sometime aiierwaras dui int Mastea did not turn up until vesterday. She had most of her sails blown away and had to raa before the wlad to saye herself. Th Van Raalte commenced this week making two trips per week to the Sault. Durimr the season since the op ening of navigation in the spring, tne Van Raclta has not missed a trip and has always been aroaad promptly on time. Captain Brown is eertainiy eni tlprt to p-reat credit as he has successful It niloteii the Marv tnrouen storm ana fog, and almost Invariably on time. Th T.ftvlathan has returned from a anffwaqfni Axnflditlon for the rescue of th Rteamer Kurd. She has her full wrecking outfit including the large Wnrthincton itam DumD formerly 6ta t nnAi at Milwaukee. &n nas tart RtAAm hoiatiHor machines for use la lierhteninz carrroes and a large lighter hawser and for holstlnsr steam pumps a new thing for a wrecking tug on mo lakes, site being the oaiy one at preseni so provided. Did vou see that case of pictures in th noat-offlee? Thev are are splendid and do credit to Mr. v lxon. ino one useu co out oHt of Cheboygan for pictures since Mr. Wlxon located here. For a fine harness go to Snow's. For a heaw harness ?o to Snow's. If vou want a nice pieture frame or mat, go to vvixon's gaiiery. Ladies', misses and ehildren's fall hats, hoop skirts and bustles of every variety at Mrs. m. v. unampion s. Thi choicest vegetables la the market on every boat, at Frawley & urown s, Fresh butter received four times a week at Frawley & Brown's. Where did vou crot that rood butter. Mrs Chairman? At Frawley & Brown's, dear me its too too. Fresh eggs four times a week at Fraw ley & Browa's. Anvthlnz voa want in the harness Una eall for it at Snow's, where yoa can find it of the best material, manufactur ed la a neat and substantial manner. The best dollar whip in town at Snow's. A fine line of ladies', misses' and chil dren's fall hats, hoon skirts and bustles in crreat variety at Mrs. M. u. u-nam plon's. Somethlnar new at Wlxon's photo gai ery. He believes in having every thing attractive In the picture line. A whalebone whip for only 50 cts at Snow's. Everybody says that Frawley & Brown's butter is so delicioas. Ticket. For through tickets east or west, and to all parts of Canada call at W & A. MeArthur's Dock, where they can he procured at the lowest rates. (Baggage checkea inrouzn to aesuuawon. r. 11. iioRNE, Agent, LIME Two cars fresh burned Petoskey lime Inst received at MeArthur's dock. It is conceded vj an master masons mat mia lime is stronger and will go farther than any lime In this market. BIRTHS. On Sunday morning, the 4th inst, to Mr. and Mrs. K. r. vanaerwater, a son. tteaiiu ana happiness U the mother and the young gen tleman. Itlalne and Logan Club. Regular meeting of the clib next Thursday evening, Sept. 2ota. Geo. W. Bell, E. Z. Perkins and George E. Irost will address the meeting. . Let all the members of the club, as well as others who favor the election of Blaine and Lo gan, come out to the meeting. BUTLER CLUB ! There wilt be a meeting of those favoring the election oi B. F. BUTLER, PRESIDENT, attheCeuncllRooru, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 23, 1884 For the purpose of organizing a BUTLER CLUB in Cheboygan. Greenbackers, turn oni ana SHOW jour CUiuia. By order, TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE. Notice for Publication. Land Orrics i Detroit, Mich. September 1, 1884. VntlAA la hnrnhr olven that the follOWIag- namad settler has Bled notice of ber Intention to make final proof in support of her oiaim, and that said proor wm De maun imiuru mo Clerk of Cheboygan county, at Cheboygan, Mich., on Novembers, 1884, viz: Caroline Hay fnr tha nwfrUnf lirfrU BeO SS. IP 37 U rlw. Shenameithe following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon, and cul tivation of, said land, viz: William A. Skouton of Cheboygan P o, Willi tm Bates, of Cheboy gan f O. Frederick A Moeunick, of Cheboygan VO, Dennis Enos, of CheDoygan r lteglster. Probate Order. PTATE OF MICHIGAN, I . nnnnrr nf Chaboviran. I AtitMAtiiqnf thH Probate Court for said Rmintv.hAld at th Probate office, in the viJ laue of Cheboygaa, on the 17th duy of Beptem. ber, in tne rear one tneusanaeiu m auuurvu nuu SPannti!dwin z. Perkins. Judge of Pro In tha maitornf tha estate or iV'lCO iw. oiv Arthur, dyceuHOd. Oareftainaraninmigtn D.unon,uuij tou fla,i nf wniinm kin Arthur. Dravincr auionir otn crthino-athftt tha lat will and tofltnment of the said Alice M. MAnhur, which has thisdaj been Hied in ald curt, may be allowed tad Blmltttd tr. irolnt. nnrt tllllt me auminini.ru' tlon of taid estate may be granted to WMIiam MoArthur and Charles . M ould, the executors named in said wi.'l. Thereupon it it ordered, inai monuay, iu hi rt h Hnv nOntntiflr next. t ten o'clock in the forenooa, be assigned ror tne nearm oi sa!d petition, and that the heirs at Jaw of said deceased, and ll other persons interested in said estate, are required to appear at a session of said court , then to be holden iu the frobate njfloo. in th villnuro of Chebovaan. and flbw causa, if any ihero be. why the prayer of the netltlonor nheu (1 not De Krantfu. anu 11, is furllier ordered, that snld p.tit'oner give no t ce to the persons interested in said estate, of the p.ndenov or said peiuion, ana in. u.m th.raof. bvcausinit a conv of this order to be published in toe norxnern iribuhi, uop nr nrintm ; and eiroulated in said county, three success! re weeks previous to snid day of bearing. osuwin it. riitMas. A truo copy. iuare or rrouuio Mortgage Sale. First Publication 13 Sept., 184.1 Wheroas. default has been made In the pay ment of the money secured by a mortgage ilntd tho twentv-llfth dar of O.tober. A. U 188a, made by wiuiam Sullivan, of tho village And oountr of Cheboraran. state of Michiran. raorttfHitor. to Daniel u. Mcuonaiu. or me same plaoe. mortuaKee, which said mortgage wn rpnordod In th office of the Kesrister o ticds for the said county of Cheboyimn in Li Imr "K" rf tnnrto-niOM on Taue 3CJ. And whereas, the said mortgage nas Deen dulv assiirned bv tho said Daniel D. McDonald to Jessie McD.nald. of the township of Hen tnn. nmintvnnrt Htata aforesaid, bv instrument of assiarnrrent, dated the twenty-elffbth day of Ttfovf mri.r. innl. and recorded in ine ohich i tho Reifisterof Deods for said county of Che- boytan in iaDer A "I assignment oi won lraOB. An nilffA 1 1 t And WnerOBS. it Was Bnu la yroyuiru iu iniu .... nnrtvAn that should anv default be made in th. ttiiTinent of anv interest when due and nnvntiin. nnn .nou n turn same remain uu jm in arrears ror ine .imcu i iu"" ty days, that then, after ine lapse nt thn anlii thtrtv the pnn'ipai sum of three hundred ($:K) OOVlollars, secured bv sa'd mortgage, with all arrearage or inter est th.reon. shall, at the option of th. said ob iirrn his rfntnra. ndminlst rfttors orasslgns become due and payable immediately' thereaf ter, aitnougn the penoo nmitea ior iuo lay iYint thorfnf mnv not then have expired. And wheroas, an installment of interest has become due and payable in said morttmjre, and the notes secured thereby, for a period of more than thlrtr Clara ana nas remained unnnld and In n'-rea's for more than thirty days still remains unpaid, and the said Jessie MoUonald, assignee of the said iaortagee, and the present owner or emu Tnnrtffnae. hns elnctfld and docs elect that the principal sum scoured by said morteaire, to- witi The-sutn of throe hundred (f3UU OJ) dot Itiva an1 all nrrpttfouA n f Interest thereon, to wit: The sum of forty-seven and C4-1(X (JM7 04) dollars has become, and is now aue uuu vaj i.i There is, therefore, claimed to be due on said mortgage, and the note secured thereby at the ni. nr this noiioa. nrini'.Innl and intorost. tne sura of 'hroe hundred and fert-sev?n 104-100 irr i tnilnra mil an eriornev f'e of twenty' flvo($3S 00) dollars provided for in said morU, gage, and no si'lt or proceedings ai iw uniu been instuuted to recover mo money by said mortgage or any part thereor iue of the P lower of mor acre, and ute m Such case made and p rovlded. notice is hnwiiv Divnn that, on Mondav. rccmber loth nuu. at tnn o'niook in the forenoon, will be sold idt at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House, In tho vl.lage of Chebeygin. in the county or i neooygan Xfinhiiran rthnt twinir tha nlaca where the Cir cult Court for Chebovgnn county Is holJon), the nrm1aoa riftnnrihMfl In Bnid llOftirflfirei Or SO tnnnh thArnnf nn mar ha necessary to pay the amount due on said mortgage, with eUht ier cent interest, and all ltal costs, together with anid attomAv's fee of twtnty-flve dollars tho premises being described in sa'd m.rtgaire as all that corta'n piece or rarcel of land situ ate and being m tne village oi unwuoyB-nu, nnnntv o f rhffhoviran and state of Michigan, known and dnncrlbed as follows, to-wlt: Lot TKimhir thra it) of blook ono (I), in MoArthur, Bmith it Company's first addition to the village of Cheboygan, according to a Plat thereof on record in the Hesristor of Deeds' office for said county of Cheboyr" w.,n JM9SIE MoDOXAIiD, A sslgaee of Mortgagee. Humphrey 8c Perkins. Attorneys for Assignee of Mortgagee, Dated Sept. 10th, 1884. Notice to Guilders. Pronosals will h received unt't the 20th Inat. for thn hnDrHnir of HI) addition to th school house in District No S. lionton. Tho iliihttoroiootanvorallbldsis reserved. For further Information pply t Director s office. PllILir O iiuiii, yireoior, adies' Cloth, yards wide, best quality, $1 Tifir vard. Waterproof, yards cents per yard. Silk Plushes $2.50 yer $3 and 3.50. adies' and Children's fancy Cotton Hose at One-half off. THIS MEANS 50c HOSE FOR 25c, 30c HOSE FOR 15c, ETC. All Laces by the yard Misses' Rubber Circulars at bl each, reduc ed from 1.50. Ladies' and Children's Underwear at Cost. All kinds of Shoes at Cost. tePlease take notice that we are selling out and can crive vou those who are not selling out. Also bear in mind that we cannot such as Prints, Cottons, Linings, Threads, etc., but a great many other goods we can and will sacrifice. When buying such goods please say that you saw this advertisement. Yours . aisit m sea, Dry Goods and Boots and Shoes. LAND FOR SALE. I have Flro Acres of VALUABLE FA11MING LANDS, Situated abut two railea from town. Tho Land is a good Clay Loam, and can bo Purchased on Reasonable Terms. Apply to j. e. st CEanifiiti, 4auga 1 Franklin House, Cheboygan. HILL & MASON, DEITTISTS. Office two doors south of Rank Building, oppo site Bennett block, Main St.Cheboygan, iiicn. Pure Drugs! Clie m. Icals DYE STUFFS. Perfumery, Dress incases and Florentine Statuary A T THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE, CASE & PERRIN, Proprittors. Examinations of Teachers. Meetings of the Board of 8chool Examiners of Cheboygan county, for the purpose of ex atrinln persons proposing to teach in the schools of tho county will be held dur ing the current year as follows. Regular Examination.. At Cheboygan, Oct., 81, 1881, and March 29, iw. Itpeclftl Examination. At Indian Itlver. Rontember 20, 1884: Wol verlne. April 20. 1885: Chcboyan, Auuust 80 1HH5. Examinations will qomuienco promptly at v o ciock. Dated August 20, IflfU. tf. 8UEPHEUD, Secretary, TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT TAUT, wide, best quality, 75 yard, reduced from at Cost. better bargains than sacrifice staple goods, truly, Notice of Letting Drain Contract. Public notice is hereby given that on the 20th day of September, A. I). 1884, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the residence ol Samuel Em bury, in the township of Beanerand, in the county of Cheboygan, state of Michigan, I, the undersigned County l)raln Commissioner for said county of Chelwygan, will he present for -the purpose of letting contracts for the con Btmctlon of a ditch or drain in said township of Beaujrrand, known as the Third Btreet drain, and described as follews, to-wit: To com mence 21 feet seuth of section line on the north side of section thirty-six (86), town 88 north, of range 2 west, and 1,790 feet we6t of the north and south Quarter line of said Bec tion. Thence to run east parallel to and 21 feet south of said section line 1,800 feet to a point 10 feet east of Bald quarter line. Thence to run north, crossing the bed of 8rd street 42 feet Thence to run east parallel to and 21 feet north of said section line 1,800 feet to a point 10 feet east of Bub-dlvIMon line between the east and west half of the southeast quarter of section 25, in town 88 north, of range 2 west. Thence north parallel to and ten feet east of said sub-division line 2,841 feet to a point 24 feet southwesterly from the center line of the J., L. A S. R. R. right of way. Thence northwesterly parallel to and 24 feet south westerly from paid center line 8C8 feet to Little Black River. Also a branch of said ditch or drain to commence ten foet east of the center of the northeast quarter of Bald section 86. Thence to run north parallel to ana iu ieei easi from the sub-division line between the east and west half of the northeast .quarter of said section 86 1,832 feet to the main ditch aforesaid. The main ditch is to be of the av erage width at the surface of 6 feet and 2 feet in depth and two feet wide on the bottom, with sloping banks, constructed in the usual way: nd the branch is to be of the average width at the surface of 5 feet, and the same depth as the main ditch tnd constructed in the same way. Where said ditch runs along the highway the earth excavated is to be thrown into the road and at least two feet clear of the margin of the ditch, and in other places the earth excavated is to be thrown out on the banks at least 2 feet clear from the mar gin of the ditch. And said ditch is to be con structed according to the recorded survey. The said ditch is divided into sections as follows, commencing at the head of ditch: MAIN DITCH. Sec. 1 S .. 400 feet , 400 " 800 3U0 43 810 , 400 600 Mt M BOO " 050 M 6VI , 300 M 200 " j 403 405 " 8 4 8 0 7 8 0 10 11 12 , ... 13 14 15 II 6,851 f eot BRANCH DITCH. See 17 373 feet 18 80( " 19 659 " 1332 feet And that at the time and place stated above I will let contract for the construction ol said ditch by sections, as above set forth, to the lowest responsible bidder or bidders. The right to reject any and all bids is hereby re served. Also take notice that I will then and there, at the time of letting such contracts, be Fresent to review all assessments of benefits to ands to lie benefited by the construction of such ditch or drain, and which are to be as sessed for the construction thereof. And such assessment of benefits will be subject to review on the request of any person or persons Inter ested at that time and place. ' Dated at Cheboygan, In said county, this 27th day of August, A. D. 1884. S. HARRIS EMBURY, County Drain Commissioner for. Cheboygan county, Mich. To Farmera. Land Plaster by tha ton, bbl or bajjat W. & A. MeArthur's dock. r