Commissioners' Notice. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY OF Washtenaw. The umlersigned haviug been appoiutcd by the Probiite Court for ;iia County, Conimissioners to receive, examine and adjust all elaims and demanda ot all persons against the estáte of Ihotnau McCabe, lat of Dehiware County, PennsylTanía, deceased, hereby give notice tli at six moutlis from date are allowed, by order of said Probate Coart, for creditors to present their oUims Hgaïnst the estáte of mid aeceased, and that they vrill meet at the office of John W. Bennett., m the City of Ann Arbor, in said County, on Saturday, the twenty-aecond day of Anjjupt und on Monday, the twenty-third day of November uext, at ten o'clock a. M. ot each of snld days, to leceive, examiueand adjuut said cliiims. Duted, May'.í. 1S91. JOHN w BKXNETT. JOSËI'H L. ROSE. Commissioners, Estáte of Gilbert Bliss. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY ol Waslitenaw, ss. At a seasion of the Probate Court for the County ot Waahtiïniiw, holden at the Probate Office in the city ot Anü Arbor, on Frlday the twenty-s'cond day ot May, in the ye;ir one thousand eight huiMired and ninety-one. Present, .1. Willurd ll!ibbilt,,ludgp "f Probate. In tb muiter of the estáte oí Gilbart Bliss, deceased. On readinj? and filinar the petition, duly verified, oí Minerva E, HHsf, prayinj; tbkt a certain instrument nov on file in thU court, purporting to b the last will and. testament oí said deceased, may be admitteil to probate,aud that adininistration of aid estáte may be grauted toheraelf as oxecutrix or to aome othor suitable person. Thercupon it is ordered that Monday, the !2r.d day of June, next, at ten o'olock in the forenoon, De nssigned for the hearing ol' said pfctition And that the devisees, Icgatees, aud heirs at law of p;ml deceaaed and all other pereous interested in aaid estáte are required to appear at a session of said eourt, then to be holden at the Probate Office iu the city of Ann Arbor, and shrw cause, if any there bE, why the nrayer of the petitionershouki not be granted. And it ia furtber ordered tl) said petitioner give notice to the persons interested iu said eslate of the pendeDcy of said petitiou anfi the hearing thereof by cauBÍng a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbor Arous, a newspaper printedand circulated in aaid county three succeasive weeks previous to said day of hearing. J. WILLARD BABHITÏ, (Atrueoopy.) , Judge of Probate WilliamG.Doty, Probate Hegiater. Mortgage Saleün the Sist day of Mareta. A. D. 1888, John Lynn mortgaged to Abner P. Wilcox all that certain pieee, or pareel of land sitúate in the township of Augusta in the county of Waslitenaw and State of Michigan, deseribed 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 mortirage was recorded in the office of the llegisterof Deeds in aud for said county on the 29th day of May, 1885, in liber 65 of ïnortgageö on page 497. Default has been made in the conditions of said mortgage by the non-payment of the rnoneys due thereon by which the power ot sale therein contained has become operativa. There is now claimed to be due and uupaid on said mortgage the sum of eight hundrod and eighty-six and 90-1Ü0 dollars and no proeeedings at law or ín chancery have been instituted to recover the same or any part thereof. Notice is therefore hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage contained and of the statute in such case made and provided, ] shall sell the said premises above and in said mortgage described at public auction to the highest bidder on Saturday the 15th day o August, 1891, at one o'cloek In the after neon at the south front door of the Cour House, in the city of Ann Arbor in eaid county, to make and satisfy the amount then due on said mortgage, the cost and charges of this foreclosure and sale and twenty-flve dollars attoruey fee as provided for in said mortgage. WAKRTN E. WILCOX, as Administratorof the Estáte of Abner P Wilcox, deceased. SALSBÜRY feO'MEALEY, Attorneys for Administrator. Dated, May 12th, 18!) 1. The itëew Stocking. Knit to Fit the Foot. Saves Discomfort; no' wrinkles, no cramped toes. (Notice4 the shape.) Saves Darning; the big toe, haying roomenough, stays inside this stocking. A sure relief for those afflicted with ingrowing nails, corns, bunions, or unnatural heat and perspiration of the feet. Mm'l'd by WAUKENHOSE CO.. Botton, Mau. FOR SALE BY GOODSPEED & SONS AND A. L. NOBLE. HL. KITREDGE, No. 6 West Ann Street. UURUllUlüBMlíEllSE, In the rear of Edward Duffy's grocery store. Hack to all tratas, day and night. Orders for tratas, partios, weddings and funerals promptly attended to. Telephone, IOS Ann Arbor Mich.