WANTED, FOR SALeTÈtcT FOR SALE OR RENT-House on Jefferson street. near División ; possession, Julvi 39-49 ' FOK SALE CHEAP.- Columbia Safety Bi cycle. in first'class condition. W w WATTS, 10 S. Main St. 37JJ1 FOR RENT- Tw-o commodious pleasant flats with six rooms eaoh in New Block on State street. Enquire at No. 18 South State street (ti-tf. FOR SALE- Three Cows, two Open Buggies and Phaeton, two sets of Single Harness Hay Press, and Billiard Table. O. H. K1CHMOND, 60 East Huron street. 39-49 FOR RENT- Offices suitable ior Doctor Lawyer or Dentist, over W. D. Adam's Bazaar, No. 13 South Main street. C H KICHMOND, 60 East Huron street. 39-49. A NN ARBOR NURSERY-Fruit and orna-"-naental trees. Peaoh and pear a speeialty Grape vines, berry plants, etc. Price low, Jacob Ganzhorn, head of Spring street. 1 .lPER CENT INVESTMENTS!-County and -.Townshipsecurities. No risk, noeoilection expenses, reauire no attention, absolutely safe! Address E. Berrigan. Principal State Normal School, Milnor, North Dakota. 31-53 STRAYED- A yearling bright bay colt and dark brown mustang, flve years old, on Tuesday, April 28, from Rorabacher' farm a mile and a half west of Whitmore Lake. Finders please notify Richard Brown, Hamburg, Mich. 35-39 FOR RENT - Unf urnished rooms for house keeping: $5.00 and $7. 00 per month. Onehalf of large house, $10.00 per month, very l convenient, large yard, water etc. Pubh'e ! Hall on Main St., for students or other society. Good office on Main St. New house and 6 acres of ground and fruit trees, a mile from Court House. Enquire of J. Q. A. SE8S1ONS, Att'y and Real Éstate Agent. No. 5 North Main St. SJ-tf Mortgage Saleün the 31st day of March, A. D. 1883, John Lynn rnortgaged to Abner P. Wilcox all that certain piece, or parcel of "land sitúate in the township of Augusta in the eounty of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, described as followstowit: "The south half of the east half of the north-east quarter of section thirtysix," to secure the purchase money of said described lands. Said mortgage was recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for said eounty on the 29th day of May, 1885, in liber 65 of mortgages on page 497. Default has been made in the conditions of said mortgage by the non-payment of the moneys due thereon by which the power ol sale therein contained has become operativo. There is now claimed to be due and unpaid on said mortgage the sum of eight hundred and eighty-six and 90-100 dollars and no proceedings at Iaw or in chancery have been instituted to recover the same or any part thereof. Notice is tberefore hereby given, that by vii-tue of the power of sale in said mortgage contained and of the statute in sueh case made and provided, I shall sell the said premises above and in said mortgage described at public auction to the highest bidder on Saturday the löth day of August, 1891, at one o'clock in the afterneou at the south front door of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor in said eounty, to make and satisfy the amount.then due on said mortgage, the cost and charges of this foreclosure and sale and twenty-flve dollars attornoy fee as provided lor in said mortgage. WARRIN E. WILCOX, as Administrator of the Estáte of Abner P. Wilcox, duceased. Salsbüky & O'Mealey, Attorneys for Administrator. Dated, May 12th, 1891. W. F. LODSOLZ IS OFFEKING BARGAINS IN Qroceries and Frovisioss. mST-CUSSSOODUSFECULÏÏ. New Teas at 25, 30, 40. and 50c per pound. Kettles, porcelain lined, free with I pound Baking Powder at 50 cents. China ware free with 1 pound coffee at 25 cents per lb. The best goods atthe lowest prices. Always full weight and measure. All goods fresh and warranted. Delivered to any part of the city. You will save money by trading with W. P. L0DH0L2, 4 and 6 Eroadway. FREDERICK KRAUSE, AUCT1ONEER. Will attend to all sales on short notice at reasonable charges. For further particulars cali at the Argus office.