This banner text can have markup. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Books by Language Additional Collections. In order to show the progress and development of Alpena county, it will manilva necessary to go back travels the earliest days of its settlement by white people, and to show the circumstances, conditions and influences by which they wtre surrounded life the time of such settlement, as these have much to do with their future prosperity and happiness, and determines in no small degree the character of their popular institutions.
And hence this work would be incomplete without referring to the History of the State of Michigan — at the time and since its ad- mission into the Sisterhood of States. An act was passed by Congress, on the loth day of June,for the admission of Michigan as one of the States of the Union ; but with the then humiliating condition, that it would relinquish its claim to the southern boundry, which was a narrow strip or land extending from Lake Michigan to Lake Erie, and claimed by Indiana and Ohio, and accept instead thereof, the Upper Peninsula, which was then an unexplored region, and considered of no probable value.
In the winter of the same year, Canada became involved in a quasi rebellion, and the country becoming too warm politically for the healthful exercise of the writer's American proclivities, he resolves manilva quit the Queen's Dominions, as he was only a visitor, and he crossed the dividing line, at Port Horon, into the State of Michigan, which was then undergoing some mate- rial changes, financially and politically.
Steven T. Mason life elected first Governor. He was a young man, of more life ordinary ability, — had been Secretary and acting Governor of the Territory while in his minority ; and now, with the young State, was merging into manhood and freedom, with many wants and ambitions to satisfy ; and the young State and its young Governor, without experience, launch- ed out into many extravagances, and committed many errors, which resulted in financial ruin to the State and its inhabitants.
There was some question at the time, as to who got the money; but there was no disputing the fact that the State got the ex- perience. At this time,when we have railroads and telegraph lines traversing the State in every direction, it is im- possible for the present generation manilva fully comprehend the sit- uation travels feelings of the people of our State in those days. Then there was no railway communication with the east; nor was there any convenient way of traveling by land between Detroit and Chicago.
A large portion of the State of Michigan, at this time,was an immense forest, the most of which was unsurveyed, and but little known. It was, therefore, not only desirable, but necessary, that the lands should be surveyed and explored; and that certain improvements travels be carried into effect, in order to develop the life of the country.
Uncle Sam was doing his part. In the fall of manilva, the writer hired with Messrs. Alvin and Austin Burt, who had a contract for surveying lauds on the Aubetsies river, in the northwest- ern part of the Southern Peninsula.
We started — fourteen in number, and four pack horses — from Washington, in Macomb county, and traveled west througli the counties of Oakland, Shiawassee, Livingston, Ionia and Kent, to Grand Rapids. Sometimes we traveled in a road, and other times in an In- dian trail; and much of the way through wood and marsh, with- out trail or road. The first night out, we camped where Fenton now is.
This was the first time that tke writer had ever camped out in a tent, but not the last. Here was a log house and a small clearing. The next day we passed through Shiawassee county, near the village of Owosso, where there was a clearing in the oak woods, and a small cluster of buildings; but the people were in excel- lent spirits and good working order, for the survey of a rail- road had been made through their town only a short time before, and they felt confident sextons it would be made in a very short time.
We struck another clearing near the Lookingglass river, but clearings were "few and far between" on our line of march. In passing through Sextons county, we were terrorized by snakes. In the marshes and low lands we found in profusion a species of rattlesnake called the massasauga, many of whicii we killed, and which kept us in constant dread. On the plains wb had travels experience with the blue racer.
One day, one of the advanced party saw a large snake of this kind, and gave chase, but the snake kept at a manilva distance ahead of the man, running with his head high above the ground and small bushes. Finding he could not overtake the snake, he gave up the chase and started to return, manilva, to his astonishment and terror, he found the snake returning also, and with a loud yell, he started on double sextons to reach the rest of the party. He looked immensely good natured, and as though he was king of snakes, and was out on a reconnoiter.
Darius Cole was one of the party and one of the packers, and who proposed to unpack one of the horses life surround and capture the snake, as it was a very large one, or run it down with the horse.
But his snakeship seemed to understand what was transpiring, as well as the ancient one in the Garden of Eden, and before we were ready to surround and take him in, he respectfully withdrew, and could not be found. He was on one of the early geological travels. He had an Indian for a packer, and life pack-horse was a coal- black one, and his camp tins were new and bright and were hung on both sides of the sextons, making a singular appear- ance, and rattling when he traveled, as though he belonged to a charivari party.
In due time we reached Lyons, which we found quite a lively little town in the woods, containing about five hundred inhabitants, who were hoping for and expecting a railroad in a very few years. From this place to Grand Rapids we traveled in a very passable road for a wagon, and saw some settlements, placed sextons long intervals. We halted at Grand Rapids a short time, to make some purchases and recruit our provisions, as this was the travels village we would see for many months.
Grand Rapids, at this time,had the appear- ance of a growing little village, with say fifteen hundred inhab- itants. It had water communication, by boats on the river, to Grand Haven. It had a bank, a sawmill and two painted manilva, which were used as stores. It was the center of considerable trade in general merchandise and peltry. The travel west, at this time, sextons very large, and most of it was by steamboats, around the lakes.
Some of the boats were large and commo- dious, and although they would not compare in structure with those of the present day, yet they conveyed passengers with comfort, safety and dispatch.
Judge Campbell, in his excellent work, "Outlines of Political History of Michigan," says, in regard to improvements: life first State legislature was chiefly directed to the development of the resources of the country.
Railroads were chartered whenever asked for. The University and School lands were put in market on long time. The State prepared, as soon as possible, to enter upon a general system of internal improvements, whereby all parts of its jurisdiction would be made readily acceptable and be broiight within easy reach of market and business facilities. Doctor Doug- lass Houghton was selected to fill the office.
Marie river. On the 20th of March,this Board was directed to survey three railroad routes across the peninsula. The first was the Michigan Central, from Detroit to the mouth of St. Joseph river, in Berrien county. Joseph railroad, which had gone sextons through Washtenaw county. Five hundred and fifty thousand dollars were appro- priated to these roads at once, — four hundred thousand for sextons Central, one hundred thousand for the Southern, both of which included private railroads to sextons purchased, and fifty thousand for the Northern.
Twenty thousand was appropriated for sur- veys of a canal, or combined canal and railroad, from Mt. Clem- ens to the mouth of the Kalamazoo river, a canal from Saginaw i-iver to Maple or Grand river, and river surveys on the St.
Joseph, Kalamazoo and Grand rivers, for slack water naviga- tion. Seventy-five thousand dollars more were to be expended on some of these and other works.
Judge Campbell says in regard to them : "In a level country, well snp[ lied with wood, the cost of build- ing and ironing a railroad was very trifling, and its rolling stock was also cheap and scanty. Twenty miles a year was, in those days, rapid railroad building. The passenger cars were small vehicles, holding no more than from eighteen to twenty-four passengers, and not much, if any, heavier than the large stage coaches.
The iron was flat bar iron, from half to three-fourths of an inch tliick, spiked on wooden sleepers which Avere'lightly tied, and on tracks not perfectly graded or heavily ballastftd. The loco- motives weighed from two to six or seven tons, and drew cor- responding loads. They had unbounded confidence in the disposition and ability of the State to perfect its plans of improvements, and had not the re- motest idea that there was a possibility of a failure.
Another institution, which depended for its life and usefulness on the internal improvements, was unlimited banking. It was a scheme calculated to help develop the resources of the State, but the foundation of its security rested in real estate, the value of which depended entirely up- on the completion of the improvements promised by the State. Judge Campbell, in speaking of the law, says: "Ina general banking law was passed, which was supposed to contain better securities than any other similar scheme, and included the safety fund plan, in addition.
Before beginning banking busi- ness, bonds and mortgages, or personal bonds of resident free- holders, satisfactory to the County Treasurer and County Clerk, were to be filed with the Auditor General, to the full amount of the circulation and indebtedness. Neither the circulation nor the loans and discounts were to exceed twice-and-a-half the amount of the capital stock.
Large, anxious crowds assembled at the land sales, many of whom, for want of better accommodations, lived in tents during the time the sale lasted. At these sales, large purchases were made, sometimes as high as thirty thousand acres a day, and the utmost activity was manifested in every part of the State, in regard to its general improvements, and everybody had his pockets filled with engravings which passed current for money.
But intravels reverse came, like the shock of an earthquake; and but very few in the State escaped with- out injury. When the people learned the true manilva of affairs, and that the Travels would go no further with its improvements, all business became at once paralyzed. Real estate dropped to nominal values, while the banks that were secured by it became worthless. No greater commercial calamity ever overtook the people of the State. Those who were considered wealthy in money and property, suddenly found they had but very little.
Their property was in the midst of a forest, without a hope of communication, and they could life work, for they had nothing to work with, as their money was worth less than their real es- tate. Many made their exit from the State, while others, like the Roman Senators, life to stay and die with their property, as they could not sell it, and afterwards their property made them rich, and thus it was some could not be poor when they would.
Otiiers refused to be rich when they could. In the spnng ofthe surveys in the State of Michigan were continued. The writer hired with Mr. The parties of Clason and Patterson left Poutiac, in Oakland coun- ty, Michigan, in the early part of April,some of them in a lumber wagon in advance, and the balance with the pack- horses, brought up the rear.
We traveled with the wagon as far as Pine Pun, as it was then called, and this being the ter- minus of the wagon road, each one was compelled to "make his pack and play it alone. After much hard traveling, we reached Saginaw river, and were ferried across to Saginaw City.
Here was an isolated town of about seven hundred inhabitants, who were all very hopeful and sanguine in the future gi-owth and prosperity of the place.
Their only communication with Bay City, or Lower Saginaw, as it was then known, and the outer world, was on the Saginaw river; in the summer by small boats and vessels, and in the winter by sleighs and dog trains on the ice. They had a large public house, a bank, two or three sawmills, and as many stores. The principal occupation of the people was fishing, hunting, lumbering, and trading with the Indians for furs, which were then very plentiful in the northern part travels the Southern Penin- sula.
Harvey Williams and a man by the name of McDonald were the principal Indian traders, who made yearly visits along the shore, to buy furs; and sometimes came as' far north as Thunder Pay river. From this place we went down the river to Lower Saginaw, now Bay City, where we found a half dozen or so of frame buildings, a warehouse, a dock, and a small steam sawmill, called the "McCormick Mill.
Here Mr. This was the largest craft to be chartered at that time, in Lower Saginaw. It is remarkable to observe with what sagacity the early set- tlers made their locations.
There is scai'cely a place that the writer has visited, not even the solitary log house situated in the midst of the forest, that has not grown to be a place of con- siderable importance. After staying at Bay City a few days, to let the ice move out of Saginaw Bay, we embarked manilva board this champion of the Saginaws, for Thunder Bay. Clasou and his party were landed at Au Sable river, and Mr.
Patterson and bis party con- tinued their voyage to Devil river, in Thunder Bay, where they built a depot for the supplies.
The survey work was all finish- ed in due time, and we all met at the depot, near the mouth of Devil river, to wash up, and to determine how to get home.
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Here we have another well defined geological basin, which, to practical geologists, is very little known, and especially that portion comprising the counties of Alpena and Montmorency. In and , Prof.
Winchell made some geological explorations in Alpena county and its vicinity, and subsequently it was visited by Prof. Winchell, but neither of them carried their explorations far enough to deter- mine, in the faintest degree, the geological character of Alpena county; and they are not certain in regard to the super-position of the rocks, or the groups to which they belong. But the most important fact, entirely overlooked by geologists, in regard the geological formation of the Lower Peninsula, is the depres- sion between those two basins.
A line drawn from the mouth of Saginaw river to the month of the Muskegon river, passes nearly in the bottom of a synclinal valley between the two places.
This being a fact, we find the gypsum beds at Alabaster, and coal at Bifle river, to belong to the northern basin. Winchell says, in one of his notes to the Alpena County Pioneer, published in "There are various interesting [ roblems, yet unsolved, connected with the geology of the Thunder Bay region.
The foregoing 'notes' have merely indicated the outlines of its prominent features. These indications even, are too often bas- ed on conjecture, rather than actual observation. In the groupings of the rocks in this region of the State, all the reports are vague and ambiguous, if not contradictory. Winchell, in his report for and , says: "The elevated limestone region, constituting the northern por- tion of the Peninsula, consists of the higher members of the Upper Helderburg Group, which gradually subsides toward the south, and in the southern part of Cheboygan county, as nearly as can be judged, sinks beneath the shaly limestones of the Hamilton Group.
Chert Beds. Bluff vesicular magnesian limestone overlaid by charaettr- istic crinoidal beds. Pale-bluff massive limestones, comprising b Cenostroma beds above, and Fish beds below. This grouping will apparently hold good over extensive region.
Winchell says: "The Hamilton limestones and shales, and the Huron shales, furnish the geological basis of the Thunder Bay region"; but he is somewhat puzzled in re- gard to the arrangement and super-position of the various strata, as will appear by his remarks, before quoted, and by the following to the Pioneer: "It has been remarked that the natural dip of the strata is toward the center of the State, in all places.
This, however, is so slight as to be almost impercepti- ble to the eye; and hence, the natural beds generally appear horizontal, unless local causes have produced exceptional dip. Along the lake shore, and in the limits of Thunder Bay, the excep- tional dip eastward is always found.
This is true as far north as Niue Mile Point, but it is not noticeable within Thunder Bay, and as far inland as Broadwell's mill, dip toward the bay. Winchell, in his report of ISoO-'GO, page 69, says: "On the east side of Thunder Bay Island, the rocks of the Helderberg group are seen overlain by a black bituminous limestooe, abounding in Atrypareiicularis, and numerous other Brachio- pods allied to the types of this group, Hamilton.
The local- ity furnishes, also, two or three species of trilobites, a Favo- siies. The same beds are again seen at Carter's quarry, two or three miles above the mouth of Thunder Bay river, and here it contains the same fossils. It is seen again on the south shore of Little Ti-averse Bay, replete with Brachiopods and Bryozoa, and is here eighteen feet thick. The exact order of super-position of the rocks constituting the Hamilton group, has nowhere been observed.
The bluffs at Partridgfe Point, in Thunder Bay, are believed to come in next above the bitumin- ous limestones of the localities just cited.
The rock here is, at bottom, a bluish, highly argillaceous limestone, with shaly in- terlaminations, the whole wonderfully stocked with the remains of Bryozoa, and not a few encriuital stans. Above these beds, which are but five feet thick, occurs a mass of blue shale, six feet thick ; still higher is a massive limestone, below filled with Bryozoa, encrinites and Brachiopods; above, little fossiliferous, the whole with interlaminations of clay.
At the upper rapids of Thunder Bay river, still a different but entirely detached section was observed, and it is yet impossible to collocate it with the others. At the upper ra[ ids — northeast quarter of south- west quarter of section 7, town 31 north, of range 8 east — on tlie south side of the river, limestone is seen in a bluff fifteen feet high, dipping east-southeast about five degrees. The whole section expoeed is twenty-five feet, made up as follows, from above: 8.
Limestone, bluish, flaggy — 8 feet. Limestone, dark gray, highly crystaline, thick bedded, with FcivosUes — 9 feet. Limestone, dark bluish, very fine grained, hard, compact and heavy, with a few reddish streaks and spots, and some en- crinital stans and shells, and a few crystals of spar interspersed with occasional seams of the same, in the form of dog-tooth spar. Would make an excellent building stone, and probably would receive a fine polish — 6 feet.
Limestone, gray, crystaline, thick bedded, seen in bottom of river. This rock resembles fragments seen at the highest level above the lower rapids — 2 feet. An interval of no exposure. Half a mile higher up the stream, the section is continued, as follows: 3. Limestones, dark, bluish gray, fine grained, compact in layers two to four inches thick; resembles the rock at the lower rapids.
Calcarious shale, with fossils, forming the bed of the river. The dip at this place is abnormal, and evidently local. The true geological position of the rock must be determined by future investigation.
In speaking of the Huron group he says: "At Sulphur Island, in Thunder Bay, not more than a mile east-southeast from Partridge Point, is found a black bituminous slate, which is believed to overlie the fossili- ferous clifFs at the latter place. No undisturbed strata are to be seen on the island, which consists of a mass of fragments, rising a few feet above the water. The cinders resulting from these fires, are still very conspicu- ous.
These shales furnish no fossils, except a few vegetable impressions, resembling Calamifes, and some very indistinct impressions of shells. At Squaw Point, on the main laud, south of the island, near the residence of the old Indian Chief Zwanno- Quaddo, the black slates are found in places, in a clitf ten feet high.
The exposed surfaces are very much discolored by oxide of iron. On the opposite side of the State, the black shales are seen at the southeast extremity of Mucqua Lake, in Emmet county; on the north side of Pine Lake, section 3, town 33 north, of range 7 west ; near the outlet of Grand Traverse Bay, section 3, town 32 north, of range 9 west, and a few miles south of there, and again near the head of Carp Lake, in Leelanau county. The greatest observed thickness in this part of the State, is twenty feet.
That an exceptional dip of the'focks exists in many places in the vicinity of Thunder Bay, and that tliey are much disturbed and displaced. The limestones term- ed the "Little Traverse Group," compose the surface rock on and near the lake shore, from Little Traverse Bay, northwaixl to Thunder Bay. In Cheboygan county, they reach as far south as the small lakes of Cheboygan river.
In Presque Isle county, they probably reach as far west as the western extrem- ity of Long Lake; and they cover most of that portion of Al- pena county north of Thunder Bay.
These limestones lie nearly horizontal, as observed along the shore of Lake Huron, and measured from the level of the lake. The high bluffs on the lake, at Crawford's Quarry, are about sixty feet high, and the one opposite Middle Island is of about the same height.
They probably dip slightly toward the center of the northern basin, with some local exceptional dip in the vicinity of Thunder Bay ; but the western limits of their disappearance, under higher formations, have not been determined. These limestones are fine grained, highly crystallized and handsomely clouded, by the unequal distribution of the fossils and bituminous matter they contain.
They are susceptible of a high polish, and when the large corals — especially the Favose and Cyathophylloids, which are abundant — are cut and polished, they present a very beautiful and agate-like appearance. Some years since a quarry was opened near Adams' Point, by Mr. Crawford, and is now known as Crawford's Quarry; and subsequently another quarry was opened nearly opposite Middle Island, by Mr.
Litchenberg, and large hopes were entertained at the time, that samples would be found large enough to place the Lake Huron marbles with the most esteemed varieties; but no such samples have yet been found, and it is extremely doubtful whether they ever will be, as tHe rock is very much shattered. If the black bituminous limestones spoken of, belong to the Hamilton group, then this group of rocks in the Thunder Bay region is inconsiderable, not being in any known place more than six feet in thickness; and the same may be said of what is known of the Huron slates noticed at Squaw Point, whose aggregate thickness would prob- ably exceed one hundred and twenty-five feet.
Townships 31, 32 and 33 north, of ranges 6, 7 and 8 east, are remarkable for the abnormal and broken condition of the rocks. Ledges with large cracks and cavernous fissures, sink-holes or basins, in many of which streams of considerable size disappear, and ex- ceptional dip in the rocks in various directions.
A ledge of limestone, fifty feet high, occurs in the south part of section 35, in town 33 north, of range 7 east, faced on the north by a small lake, where can be seen large cracks and cavernous partings partly filled with detritus. The dip could not be well ascertained. North of the partings, the rocks were much broken up, but south of the partings they dip in some places, slightly to the southwest. This ledore is traced in a north- west direction, into the northeast quarter of section 33, where it is about fifty feet high, and faced on the northeast by a long but narrow lake, apparently very deep.
Here, again, are large partings in the rocks, and cavernous chambers, similar to the former, but the rocks are more broken and irregular. Here the dip appeared to the west, and the strike bending round the west side of the lake, had a trend southeast and north twenty degrees west. In the northwest quarter of section 16, town 32 north, of range 7 east, occurs a similar ledge, about twenty feet high, and also faced on the northeast by a small lake. Here are partings similar to those first mentioned.
In the northwest quarter of section 14, in town 32 north, of range 7 east, near the section line, is a very singular basin. It is nearly round, two hundred feet or more in diameter, and about seventy feet deep. It was tunnel-shaped for about forty feet, and then the rocks became perpendicular; reposing at the bottom in what appeared like a cavern, was a small lake of nice, clear water. The writer did not examine the rocks, nor did he ascertain whether the water in the lake was in motion, or in repose.
In the southwest quarter of section 5, in the same town and range, is a stream eight feet wide, which approaches from the north- west, a clifF of limestone, about twenty feet high, and at the foot of this cliff is an irregular cavernous looking basin, about thirty feet deep, into which the stream descends and disappears at the bottom.
This is a wonderful and interesting locality, and afPords a key, when placed in skill- ful hands, to unlock many, if not all, the geological mysteries attached to the Thunder Bay region. When the writer visited this beautiful and interesting spot, in , he was exploring for pine timber, and was not prepared, and did not examine anything critically or geologically.
All of his measurements and descriptions are only approximate, and are given to assist those who hereafter may desire to examine the several localities, from curiosity or for scientific purposes. A few rods west of Sunken Lake, at this time, was a sink-hole of recent formation. It was oval in form at the top, its major axis being about one hundred feet over, was perpendicular on its west side, and about seventy feet deep, with water at the bottom.
Commenc- ing at the bottom and reaching up the side of the basin for thirty feet, was a coarse grained, buff colored, smooth, compact, argillaceous sandstone, and appeared to be the side of a fault in the sand rock. Reposing upon this was about three feet of black slates, similar to those met with at Squaw Point; and resting upon these slates, and reaching to the surface, is a laminated limestone, from thirty to forty feet thick, well and variously stocked with fossils.
The rock con- tinues under the lake as far as it could be traced. Here is a very singular and extraordinary exceptional dip to the east; but what is still more singular, is, that the limestones are not cracked or broken, but lie over the precipice made by the fault- ed underlying rock, as though it had flowed over them in a soft state, and hardened on its passage, leaving a hollow space between them and the margin of the rock, forming a channel of a subterranean river. Be- tween this downthrow and the more northern limestone is a valley filled with drift, composed of very coarse gravel, sand, clay, etc.
The North Branch of Thunder Bay river, which is thirty feet wide near Sunken Lake, and capable of floating saw-logs for twenty or more miles above the lake, in making its channel to Thunder Bay river, passes over a portion of this drift bed; and that portion of the drift betAveen the channel of the river and the drift flanking the west side of the lake, being very porous, filled with water from the river, and was pressed with great force through the small cracks and seams in the limestones.
In time these holes through the rocks were made large enough to pass sand and small gravel, and then commenced the hollowing out of the lake. The limestones becoming denuded, were split and crum- bled by the frosts of winter, presented additional mouths to in- vite water from the river, until it quit its old bed, turned at right angles with its old channel, cut a new one for half a mile to the lake, and after making a few gyrations, sank beneath the rocks, to pass in subterranean darkness to the waters of Little Thunder Bay, where it is indefinitely ascertained that it emerges.
The apertures in the rocks are not yet large enough to admit the whole river in time of a freshet, and the surplus water re- turns to its old channel, affording the lumbermen a small chance to run their logs past this difficult place.
This subter- ranean stream, in all probability, follows the strike of the faulted sandstone, which we think bears about east-southeast from the lake. At the same time the writer examined Sunken Lake, he discovered a verj- interesting sink-hole, or basin, somewhere about southeast from the lake, and thinks it was between sections 15 and 10, in town 31 north, of range east.
It was situated in the midst of a heavy growth of sugar, beech and hemlock timber. The alluvium and drift was about fifty feet deep, and the cavern below was spacious enough to take this immense mass of matter and the large forest trees, and hide them in the chambers below; it had fallen entirely out of sight.
If the rec- ords be true, the chances for gold would be better than for salt from the Saginaw basin. Taking all these facts into consider- ation, we are drawn to the inevitable conclusion that the Sag- inaw salt group and the carboniferous limestones found in the lower basin, compose the nine hundred feet of rock piled up above the sandstones seen at Sunken Lake.
That the Saginaw salt lies in a valley between the two basins, and extending from Saginaw Bay to Muskegon. That Alpena city and its imme- diate vicinity is on the outcropping edge of the northern geo- logical basin, and below the Saginaw salt group; and that if salt is ever found here, it will be taken from the Onondaga salt group of rocks.
And now that roads have been made into the interior of the county, affording good facilities for reaching every part of it, that a few hundred dollars would be well ex- pended by the county, in employing a competent geologist to make a proper survey of this most interesting portion of the Southern Peninsula.
At the time the public surveys were made in Alpena, Presque Isle and Cheboygan counties, all that part of the peninsula was known as the Thunder Bay region, and was attached to Mack- inac county, for judicial purposes. In or '55, the land district was divided, and a Land Office was established at the village of Duncan City, in Cheboygan county. Subsequently these land districts were sub-divided, with offices at Traverse City, East Saginaw, Ionia, and Detroit, Alpena county being in the Detroit district.
In , boundaries were made, and names given to twenty-nine northern counties. One of these counties was named after an ancient chief of the Thunder Bay band of Indians — "An-a-ma-kee," or Thunder. The name was changed to Alpena, in , but for what reason, is not known to the writer, but he thinks the name a phonetic rendering of the word "Aw-pe-ua," which means Partridge, in the Indian language.
The point of land between Squaw Bay and Alpena is known by the Indians as "Aw-pe-na-sing," or Partridge Point, and the name of Alpena was probably taken from the name of this point, through the influence of the Hon. Henry Ashman, who was well acquainted with the Thunder Bay coast, spoke the Indian language, and was subsequently a member of the State Legislature, from Midland county.
In seems to be a word of recent coinage, as the writer can find no place on the globe of the same name. The word should be spelled "Awpena," to mean Partridge, and if rendered into English, as it is 7ioir spelled, would be, "not quite a Partridge. Places sometimes receive their names from tri- fling circumstances. The Indian maiden was fishing, with her head covered with a blanket, and when she heard approaching footsteps, she bounded to ber feet, with a frightened look, and without waiting for any apology from Mc, she started for the point, with the fleetness of the antelope.
When McMullen told the writer of his adventure, he said to him: "We will call that bay 'Squaw Bay,' and since that time it has been known by that name. In , Cheboygan county was organized, and Montmoren- cy, Presque Isle, Alpena, Oscoda and Alcona counties were at- tached to Cheboygan county, for judicial and municipal pur- poses.
In the spring of , the first assessment of taxes was made in Alpena county. The assessor from Cheboygan came as far as Presque Isle, and returned, having assessed the whole territory, without seeing any of it, as many assessors have done since, and are now doing in most of the northern counties.
No tax was collected in Alpena county for this year. In , the second assessment, and the first collection of taxes, was made by Cheboygan county, and which tax so collected, amount- ed to a little over five hundred dollars.
After making the Bailey purchase, the proprietors deemed it advisable to have a county organization for the success and convenience of their enterprise; but it required considerable "cheek" to ask the State Legislature to organize a county where it was a dense wilderness, and where men had to be im- migrated to hold the offices for conducting the first election, and where there was only one resident freeholder in the district sought to be organized.
In order to make a fair showing before the State Legislature, the proprietors, in 1 S5G, came to Thunder Bay river, bringing with them E. Breakenridge, a surveyor, to make a temporary survey of a village, to give it a name, and ascertain where the two squares were that they intended to offer to donate to the county, as a site for the county buildings, in the event of, and as an inducement for establishing the county seat at this place.
This was in the year of the Fremont campaign, and Messrs. Oldfield and Minor, having no prejudices, they had resolved to call the prospective village "Fremont.
Daniel Carter was one of the party, but being opposed to Fremont, he refused to help raise the pole, declaring that he "would not help raise a flag that he would not support. In regard to this petition, Mr. Carter says, in a letter to G. Fletcher, under date of February 14th, "I got the petition, and went up and down the shore, and the folks were all glad to see it. I got fifty-one names. Har- rison, owner of the mill at the Highlands, would not sign it.
He wants the county seat at his place, or be set in Saginaw district. The People of the State of Micliifjan enact. The county seat of said county is hereby establish- ed at the village of Fremont, at the mouth of Thunder Bay river, in said county: Provided, That the proprietors of lands therein shall convey to said county, for the exclusive use there- of, for county buildings and county purposes, free of all charge, the following described lots, to wit: Two entire blocks, each twenty-four rods square, lying between Eighth and Ninth streets, and Eiver and Lockwood streets, in the village of Fre- mont, as surveyed by E, A.
Break enridge, Esq. The board of canvassers of said county, under this act, shall consist of the presiding inspectors of election from each township therein ; and said inspectors shall meet at said village of Fremont, on the first Tuesday after the election, and organize, by appointing one of their number chairman, and an- other secretary of said board, and shall thereupon proceed to discharge all the duties of a board of county canvassers, as in other cases of election for county and State officers.
The counties of Alcona, Oscoda, Montmorency, and that portion of the county of Presque Isle lying east of range 4 east, be and the same are attached to the county of Alpena, for judicial and municipal purposes.
All acts, and parts of acts, contravening the provi- sions of this act, the same are hereby repealed. Approved Feb. Lockwood, finding that "the presiding inspectors of elec- tions from each township therein," referred to in the fourth section of the above act, had declared "non est inventus," pro- cured, ten day later in the session, the passage of an act, as an amendment to the fourth section of the first act, which is as follows: See.
The compensation of said board shall be the same as that re- ceived by supervisors elected according to law. All acts and parts of acts contravening the provisions of this act, be and the same are hereby repealed. This act is ordered to take imme- diate effect. Approved February 14th, It will be seen, by reference to the above amended act of the Legislature, that the first Board of Supervisors of Alpena coun- ty was made by special act, the members being Daniel Carter, of Fremont, Harvey Harwood, of Thunder Bay Island, and D.
Oliver, of Devil river. They were authorized to act as a board of county canvassers, as well as a Board of Supervisors, and were to hold their offices until three towns were organized in the county, and to fill any vacancy in the board, if one should occur. After being duly notified of their appointment, and about the first of June, , the members of the new Board of Super- visors for the county of Alpena, met for business, and organ- ized by making Daniel Carter chairman, and, having no County Clerk, D.
Oliver was made secretary. Harwood soon moved out of the county, and left the chairman and secretary to have it their own way. They were both inexperienced in county business, and were at least one hundred miles from a precedent; without books, or anything to guide them in their new position; and not a man in the county that could legally administer an oath, and but one in the county who knew any- thing about township business, and his knowledge done them no good as a Board of Supervisors, and they had no townships organized; but something mtisi be done by the Board of Su- pervisors, and they did it as well as they could.
Carter and Oliver made two trips to Cheboygan, in a sail boat, at a large expense, to meet the supervisors there, who avoided them, and they failed to make a settlement. Oliver then went to Lausiug, and had a talk with the Auditor General, in regard to the matter, who told him if he would forward certain papers from Cheboygan, before the fourth day of July, , he would charge back the tax to Cheboygan county, and credit Alpena county with the same.
Oliver then made another expensive trip to Cheboygan, procured the necessary papers, and sent them to Lansing; but heard nothing from the Auditor General, until he was threat- ened with publication, and then he received the following letter: Auditor General's Office, Lansing, Nov.
Olivek, Esq. Dear Sir:— I have just received your letter of the 11th inst. I am not conscious of any neglect in answering your letters, I received your letter of July 10th, with statement of the Board of Supervisors of Alpena county, and certain transcripts from the records of Cheboygan county.
I answered you at once, stating that I had not the power to help your county, referring you to Sec. You wrote me again on the 21st August, which was attended to by repeating the answer made to yours of July 10th. I under- stand a letter was received, in my absence, a few days since, and which has been mislaid, but from what I learn of its con- tents, I could have answered only as heretofore, that I have not the poirer to do what you wanted me to do.
I am, very respectfully, etc.. This letter from the Auditor General explains the inward- ness of the whole matter, and closed up the tax business be- tween Cheboygan and Alpena counties.
The next business be- fore the Board of Supervisors, was the organization of the town of Fremont, but the board could not act without a petition, and as there was not freeholders enough to sign the petition, the organization of the township was tabled, to wait for the further growth of the place.
The next care of the board, was to pro- vide suitable books for the county records, and to obtain the statutes from the Secretary of State, and other matters, as the following letter from the writer to G. I told them you wished to send something up, but could not tell how much, or what it was. I shall leave for the upper country in a few days, and would like to meet you before I go. I learn by some per- sons from the shore, that the vessel arrived there safely, and that it brought but little, and took most of the folks away with her.
I have written to the Governor, to appoint a Notary Pub- lic, and also written to the Secretary of State, for some books. What is to be done about the county books? If they go up this fall, they must go up soon. I think you had better come down and see what can be done, for I cannot get them. I am using my time and money in doing the county business, and that is all I feel able to do. Yours respectfully, Signed, D.
Addison F. Fletcher, who came in the interest of G. He assisted the writer in designing the seal of the Circuit Court, and suggest- ed that, "If we have the river, we should have the pine trees.
In September, , Mr. Joseph K. Miller came to Fremont, aud with him came a number of settlers. He was a man be- yond the middle age ; was well educated, and experienced in business. He was a theologian of the severe school, and an in- veterate hater of tobacco and whiskey. He was from Boston, "The Hub of the World," and having some fanciful notions of himself and the place he came from, he placed but little value in the people among whom he came to live. He was very scrupulous in doing what he supposed to be right; but he dif- fered with many of his neighbors in what was right.
It is evi- dent that man has no standard of right and wrong, for what is right in one part of the world, is wrong in another part.
What is right in one nation, is wrong in another; what is right among one class of people, is wrong among another class; what is right in the manifestations of religion of one people, would be wrong in the manifestations of religion of another, aud what would be right with one person, would be wrong with another.
Right and wrong with the individual depends upon his phrenological make-up — his education and growth, and his surrounding influences. These form the conscience which the individual is bound to and will obey. In proof of the above remarks, the writer refers to the fifth chapter of Matthew, and the history of the political strug- gle between the northern and southern States, from to Soon after Mr. Miller arrived in Fremont, he was appointed to fill the vacancy in the Board of Supervisors, made by the moving away of Harvey Harwood, Esq.
Without observing technicalities, the board proceeded to organize the township of Fremont. This township was made to comprise the whole of Alpena county proper, and all the territory attach- ed to it, for judicial and municipal purposes.
Miller, in a letter to George N. We had our petition signed by sixteen electors, but there are only two freeholders among them all — Mr, Oliver and myself — so we must make ten of the others freeholders before the day of election, the first day of Novem- ber.
Miller says, in a letter to Mr. Fletcher, dated Nov. Our neigh- bors down the shore came up, and we had quite a respectable turn-out; one boatload from Messrs. Harris' place, at the High- lands, and one from Black River. If Addison has not left to return, tell him he must ascertain where he must go to be qual- ified for County Clerk, by taking the oath of office, and take it before coming up, as his services are wanted immediately. Oliver, Joseph K. Miller and Daniel Carter, the board of insi ectors, appointed by the supervisors, to hold said election.
Chose David D. Miller, secretary, and appointed Addison Fletcher, clerk; also Isaac Wilson to offici- ate as constable for said election. Supervisor — James S. Township Treasurer — Daniel Carter.
Township Clerk — Addison Fletcher. Oliver, James Thomas. Justices of the Peace — Russell R. Woodruff, David D. Oliver, Lewis Atkins, Isaac Wilson. School Inspectors — David D. Oliver, George B. Pathmaster — William Sherman. The following is a list of the county officers elected at the first election, held on the 4th day of November, Sheriff — William R. County Clerk— A. County Treasurer — J. Register of Deeds — J. County Surveyor— David D.
It will be observed that in the list of township officers, the clerk is "Addison Fletcher," and the clerk of the board of elec- tion has signed his name "Addison Fletcher," while in the list of county officers his name is written "A. At the general election, held on the 2nd day of November, , the whole number of votes cast was thirty-five, and were all cast in favor of the general banking law. Moses Wisner, Republican, for Governor, re- ceived twenty votes, and Chas. Stewart, Democrat, for Gov- ernor, received fifteen votes; the balance of the State ticket run about the same, except for Representative in the State Legis- lature, and for that office, Daniel Carter, received twenty -one votes.
At the time Alpena county was organized, all the north- ern counties had been thrown into a Representative District, without any regard to their condition, location, or convenience.
The election returns for the district were to be made to Trav- erse City, in Grand Traverse county, that being the largest town in the district. The people of Alpena county, finding it impracticable to make returns of election to Traverse City, in time to be used in the canvass, resolved to have the pleasure of voting for a Representative peculiarly their own, and so gave their first vote for Daniel Carter. In 18G0, Alpena having grown to some importance, resolved to send a Representative to the State Legislature, and request a seat for him in that body, not in opposition to the regular candidate for that office, who was a resident of Grand Traverse county, but conjointly with him, as the territory was ample for two districts, with divided interests.
Persons was nominated for this impor- tant and experimental position, and was elected, receiving near- ly all the votes of Alpena county and its territory. Captain Persons accepted the nomination and election, as complimen- tary, but was not a little surprised when requested by his con- stituents to go to Lansing. He regarded the matter of going to Lansing but little better than a farce, and that, as a matter of course, he would be rejected.
But being assured and en- couraged by his friends, who thought ditferently, and who agreed to fund his expenses, in case he was not seated, he made up his mind to ''Try the thing on," and prepared him. No questions were asked, and he was address- ed as "The member from Alpena. This gave importance and notoriety to Alpena, among her sister towns, and brought to her shore many seeking for labor, settlement, or speculation. Captain Persons was a man of energy, with good judgment, and kind and obliging manners.
He was a faithful friend to his Government during the long struggle with rebellion, and by attending to the wants of his county, he gave pride and sat- isfaction to his friends and constituents. Subsequently, the district was changed, and in , was composed of the counties of Midland, Isabella, Iosco and Al- pena and their territory. The right of selecting a man for Representative from this new distt'ict was claimed by Alpena, and conceded by the other counties; and the Hon.
James K. Lock- wood was elected. Ten years of experience bad made him familiar with the wants of people livintr in new counties. While he was a member of the Legis- lature, he did what he could for the scattered interests of his district, and gave general satisfaction. He made a strong effort to secure the swamp lands to the exclusive use and benefit of the several counties in which they were located; but he was opposed by the southern districts, which had no swamp lands, and was defeated.
He was always a persistent guardian of the interests and well being of Alpena, and ready at all times to encourage and assist in any and every enterprise that had for its object the improvement of the place. When he now looks back over two decades, to the time he was lobbying for the or- ganization of a county with only one resident freeholder in it, in contrast with the present city — — and county, with their organizations, improvements and wealth, he can feel a con- scious pride that he was one of those who were instrumental in bringing around these grand results; and the writer thinks he sometimes whispers to himself, "Who thanks me for all this?
If I had done more for myself, and less for the county, I would be the better off for it. AVorthy L. Churchill was elected a Rep- resentative in the State Legislature, ostensibly from Alpena. He was a young man, and mostly a stranger to the people of his district and their wants; had then but little interest in the growth of Alpena, and has the credit of being instrumental in defeating a bill for the appropriation of land to aid in the con- struction of a railroad from Alpena, and to connect with the Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw railway.
If this be true, the people of Alpena have reason to say to him, in spirit, as Balak said to Baalim, "I called thee to curse mine enemies, and behold, thou hast altogether blest them. An Act io change the name of the village of Fremonf, in ihe county of Alpena. The People of the Slate of Mid lig an enact, That the name of the village of Fremont, in the county of Alpena, and State of Michigan, be and the same is hereby changed to Al- pena.
This act shall take effect immediately. Approved February 29th, The first township organized after Alpena, was Ossineke, in Prior to this, Harrisville had been organized into a township, and subsequently was made the county seat of Alcona county. The township of Corles was organized at the same time that Ossineke was, but lived only a brief period, and then returned to the embrace of Alpena.
The organic territory of Ossineke consisted of town 29 north, of ranges 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 east. The first meeting was held at the boarding house of D. Oliver, on the first Monday in April, , D. Melville and G. Hawkins being inspectors of election, and G. Melville to post notices. Oliver, of Ossineke, and L. Dorr, of Harrisville. As soon as these towns were organized, Messrs.
Carter and Oliver ceased to be county members of the Board of Supervisors, as by the law or- ganizing the county of Alpena, their terms of ofiice should ex- pire as soon as three towns were organized in the county. They had been on the board together a full decade.
They differed in politics. Carter being a Democrat and Oliver a Republican ; but they made it a standard principle never to allow party poli- tics to interfere with the interests of the county. G3 without fear or favor, and at all times to the best of their abil- ities. They left no bonds for the county to provide for, except those given to the brave men who volunteered to help silence the thunders of a southern rebellion, and give freedom to three millions of slaves.
Their names are as follows: James J. Pot- ter. The township of Corles, having failed to keep up its organi- zation, the Board of Supervisors was convened, on the lOth day of May, , to take some action in regard to the matter.
Lockwood, Ira Stout and David D. Oliver were ap- pointed a committee to present the matter to Judge S. Green, for his advice. The committee made its report to Judge Green, and the organization was restored to Corles. Dorr, of Harris- ville, and David D. Oliver, of Ossineke, Oliver having been elected Supervisor of that township. Some time in 18G8, the township of Alcona was organized ; and after the spring election of , the Board of Supervisors was composed of the following gentlemen: James K.
Lock- wood, of Alpena; L. Dorr, of Harrisville; D. Stewart, of Corles; E. Haynes, of Alcona, and David D. Oliver, of Os- sineke. On the 20th of May, , the Board of Supervisors was called together, for the purpose of organizing the township of Rogers, in Presque Isle county.
Heretofore Alpena had taken the lead of all the towns, in political matters; but now a shadow was stealing over it, calculated to injure, if not to crush it.
Richardson, of Alpena township, and George J. Robinson, of Ossineke. The petition for the organ- ization of the township of Rogers was signed by many of the best men iu Alpena, they little dreaming that they were fur- nishing means for much annoyance, if not for their own de- struction. A remonstrance had been made, but Supervisor Robinson had it his own way, and wishing to befriend Mr. Molitor, organized the township. Alpena, like the bird after which it was named — partridge — had now grown to good size, and had grown fat and plump, under the fostering care of its old guardians, was now watched by a number of Hawks, who were only waiting for its protectors to be absent, to pounce up- on and gobble it up.
One of these Hawks had his nest at Rog- ers City, and another at Ossineke, and a third had a temporary nest in Alpena, but carried all his spoils to a more permanent one, in Canada. After considerable maneuvering, the time came for the descent, when the bird dodged under a city char- ter, and was safe. The Board of Supervisors again met on the 20th of Septem- der, , and there were then present, Chas.
Richardson, of Alpena; George J. At this session commenc- ed a series of aggressions by the majority of the board, which was so continued that it compelled the people to seek relief iu a city organization. In a speech made by Hun. Seth L. But their aggressions have been of such a charac- ter as to drive our citizens en masse, without regard to party politics, to seek relief by a city organization.
They detached large territory from Alpena, and attached the same to the townships of Ossineke and Kogers. They considered favorably a peti- tion of J. Tuttle and S. Hitchcock, for locating a site for a court house on lauds belonging to Hitchcock, and for raising money for building the same.
They also passed a res- olution, making S. Carpenter, George J. Robinson and Al- bert Molitor a board of commissioners of immigration ; and, also, "It shall be the duty of said board to encourage immigration, by such measures as they may, in their discretion, deem proper.
After these aggressions had been continued for some time, the citizens of Alpena be- came alarmed, and held several meetings, to determine what course to pursue. They finally held a meeting on the 8th day of February, , "To take into consideration the propriety of having a city corporation. At tins meeting, William Jenney, Esq.
Johnson was made sec- retary. Car- penter, J. Stevens, J. Case, A. Comstock, D. Holmes and A. Hopper were appoiuted such committee. They were instructed to present such charter to the adjourned meeting.
Soon after the committee report was made, a petition was signed by one hundred and twenty-one citizens of Alpena, and forwarded to Lansing, asking the State Legislature for a city corporation.
A remonstrance was also sent, signed by forty-nine persons; and Mr. Bostwick and five others who signed the petition, also signed the remonstrance, saying, "They did not know the char- acter of the petition when they signed it.
May have a common seal, and alter it at pleasure, and may take, hold, purchase, lease, convey and dispose of any real, personal and mixed estate, for the use of said corporation. The city charter provided, also, that the annual elec- tion of city officers shall be held on the first Monday of April of each year. Ou the ward tickets two Aldermen were to be elected at the first election, one for one year, and one for two years, and thereafter one Al- derman to bo elected each year, and to hold office for two years; the Common Council to be composed of the Mayor, Recorder and Aldermen, The officers to bo appointed by the Common Council were Attorney, Marshal, Street Commissioner, Director of the Poor, and Engineers of the Fire Department.
At the first city election, the following gentlemen were elected to fill the first offices: Seth L. Case, for Comptroller; Albert L.
Stevens, for Alderman for one year, and Frank Drew for Constable. In the Second ward, James J. Potter, for Supervisor; Henry S. The incorporation of the city was thought, at the time, to be a fearful experiment; that it would subject the citizens to a large increase of taxes, and result in financial ruin and death.
But this was their only alternative, and the people preferred to take the chances of committing suicide, than to endure uncer- tain torture and ruin that threatened them by the aggressive acts of the majority of the Board of Supervisors. Contrary to the expectations of the most hopeful, the experiment has proved a success, paying for all it cost, if not more. While it required the united eflPorts of ail the people to make the experiment a success, yet the city is largely -indebted to the integrity, economy and perseverence of its executive officers, who were leading business men, and per- sonally interested in the growth and prosperity of the city.
Their names are given in succession, up to and including the cen- tennial year of The first Mayor was Seth L. Comstock, and the fourth Mayor is George L. The following is a list of city officers in Mayor, Geo. Maltz; Recorder, A. McDonald; Comptroller, J. Turnbull; Treasurer, Charles B. McDonald and Chas. Supervis- ors—First ward, Thomas G. Aldermen — First ward, Charles H. Healy; Third ward, Jason Gillett and J.
Sheahy, Board of Education — First ward, B. Starbird and H. Morse; Second ward, J. City Attorney, Y. The incorporation of the city had detached a large portion of the inhabitants from the township of Alpena, yet there remain- ed enough to keep up the organization, and N. Brackinreed was elected Supervisor, He was a good scholar, a persevering business man, and well calculated to build up the much reduc- ed interests of the township.
On May 8th, , the Board of Supervisors of Alpena county, met for business, it being the first session of the board after the city election, and was com- posed of the following members: N. Brackinreed, of Al- pena; A. McDonald, First ward, city; J. Potter, Second ward, city; J. Third ward, city; G. Robinson, Ossineke, and Albert Molitor, Rogers.
At this session Messrs. O'J and Molitor were absent. The Hawks did not care to meet the bird they had so much sought to maim or destroy, which, re- taining its name, had changed to an Eagle of formidable dimen- sions, and on which the Hawks could now have but little im- pression. One of the Hawks, through the influence of the people of Alpena, who wished to be rid of him, obtained a quasi organization of the county of Presque Isle, where he continued to depredate, until he became so intolerable that he was shot.
The territory embraced in the township of Long Rapids is as follows: The north half of town 31 north, of ranges 1, 2, 8, 1, 5, G and 7 east, and the whole of town 32 north, of ranges 1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6 and 7 east. The first annual meeting was to be held at the Jones school house, in the Louden settlement, on the 7th day of April, Marston, J.
Carr and John Louden were appointed to act as a board of inspectors of election, and William E. Jones to post notices. The territory embraced in the township of Wilson was as follows: Commencing at the southeast corner of section 3G, in town 30 north, of range 7 east, running thence northerly on the town line between ranges 7 and 8 east, to the northeast corner of section 1, in town 80 north, of range 7 east ; thence easterly on town line to the southeast corner of section 30, town 31 north, of range 7 east; thence northerly on town line, to the northeast corner of section 24, in town 31 north, of range 7 east; thence westerly on section line, to the meridian; southerly on meridian line, to the southwest corner of section 31, in town 30 north, of range 1 east; thence easterly on town line, to the place of beginning.
The first annual meeting was to be held at the boarding house, on the Luce f. Brackinreed, George Herroii and Charles B. Greely were made inspectors of election, and N. Brackinreed to post notice of election. The members com- prising the board at this time, and who voted for the erection of these townships, were, G. Robinson, of Ossineke; N.
Brackinreed, of Alpena; D. McRae, City Comptroller; A. Power, First ward, and John D. Potter, Second ward. At the end of this chapter is given a list of the connty officers and a list, also, of the several township officers from the time of their organization, up to and including the centennial year of , so far as the writer is in possession of the facts.
This is done for the benefit of those who may wish to use this work for reference. The first officers elected in the township and county of Alpena, are given in full before in this chapter, and also the city officers of Sheriff — John W. County Clerk — David D. Register of Deeds — Abram Hopper. County Treasurer — David Plongh. Prosecuting Attorney — Oliver T. Judge of Probate — David D.
Circuit Court Commissioner — Oliver T. County Surveyor — David D. Oliver, Coroners — Levi O. Harris and Hugh Johnson. Supervisor — J. Township Clerk — A, Hopper. Township Treasurer — H. Justice of the Peace — Martin Minton. Commissioner of Highways— S. Sheriff— A. County Treasurer — David Plough. Judge of Probate— J. Prosecuting Attorney- -Obed Smith. County Clerk— Robert White. Circuit Court Commissioner — J. Coroners— Samuel E. Hitchcock and Josiah Frink.
County Supervisors — D. Oliver and Daniel Carter. Sheriff— J. Prosecuting Attorney — Obed Smith. Register of Deeds — A. Coroners — S. Supervisor — James K. Township Clerk — A. Township Treasurer — James A. Barlow, three years. Highway Commissioner — James Cavanagh. Supervisor — Ira Stout.
Township Treasurer — J. School Inspector — A. Justices of the Peace — James Cavanagh ; to fill vacancy of F. N, Barlow, Meade N. Macartney; to fill vacancy of Mar- tin MintoD, P. Highway Commissioners — Samuel Boggs and Thos. Sheriff — Oriu Erskine. County Treasurer — Josiah Frink. County Clerk — Fulton Bundy. Circuit Court Commissioner — Truman P.
County Surveyor — P. Coroners — J. Glennie and L. Supervisor— James K. Township Clerk — -Abram Hopper. Township Treasurer — A. Justice of the Peace — J. Highway Commissioner — Thomas Murray.
School Inspector — F. Constables — Timothy Crowley and Wm. Supervisor — Charles W. Township Clerk — Abram Hopper. Township Treasurer— Albert L.
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