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HUMMOCKS OR ICE bergs were barriers for the 52 mile drive across the ice of Lake Michigan. Richard Ogg, Richard Smith, Harry Lewis and William Dunn, all of this City, arrived here yesterday afternoon coming from the Beavers, and intending to go to Charlevoix. Due to weather, it was necessary to detour to Sturgeon Bay. The horses would often break through and hummocks taller than a building and ten or twelve miles long, were often encountered. The party spent the night in Petoskey before continuing home.