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GOLD MEDAL, PABIS, 1878. Ï. Baker SCo.'s 'Breakfast Gocoa from which the excess of oil has been removed, is Absolutely Pure and it is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in its preparation. It has more tkan three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is theref ore far more economical, costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, strengtheniug, easily digested, and admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persons in liealth. Sold by Grocers cverywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass, íy.AGENTS CÓTÑi afeps Money sellinp Beveridge's _ _ ? toinatic Cooker. Latest andffl .gl best cooking utensil ever invent-H fL"_lL 1 Sells at sight. One Agent H ==py sold over 1700 in one town.H D'i One sample Cooker froe losj 1 te _"- Ht Rood agents. Advertising matter B CM fczfUs furnished. Forfullparticularsad- I ft; dress W. E. BEVERIDGF.,O n P Uj ___. _ BA LTIjWO rÍj_lQB ]S[ew E}r)glki]d JVtaghiqe, ILLUSTRATRD MONTHLY. SUTBttART HAtiAZ! OF BOSTON. Tt isunique, containing American Legends, Traditions. History, Story and Poetry, Philosophy and Musio, Science and Art. A Few Articl-s for 1892STOKIES OF SALEM W1TCHCKAFT, llhutrated. PHILLIPS BROOKS, lHustratal. JAMES PaKTON, lllustmted. HOWELLS'S BOSTON, Illwitrated. THE FUTURE OF ELECTRICITY. lllvxtratid. STOHIES A PROMINENT FEATURE. VOU want rhis carefuully edited and linely 1 illustrated literary magazine of Boston. whetuer you have any óther or uot. Every ITumber Finely Illustrated, It treats of American Subjects, past and present. Social questiuus are uiseussed in its columns. Price, $3.00 a Year. Send 10c. for a sample copy. For sale on all newstands. Aíldress,.TSIEW ENGLATO MAGAZINE, bö i'ederai Street, Boston, Mass. ft Uï i i i i ' i 1 h il - ï ! l 1 I I I uT7 i Qfwi T_ II j f ÍRWJT5 WAMTP1V To sel1 th0 celebrated AlüUiilu WAÜiill Keystone Woven Wire Fence. the best and cheapest fence on the market. It is made oí the best galviuized steel No. V-i wire, and is very durable. It will notpermit snow to drítt and blockade gatea and laues. It catches no wind and requires less posts than wooden fences. The stays are a eontinuous wire for 40 rods. The top and bottom wires are doublé and woven togretuer. A few good agents wanted in Wayne and Washtenaw counties. For informa tion and terms apply to OEITTENDEN & MORGAN, P. O., MAC0N, LENAWhE, CO., MICH. )f BiSVLSS . t ( muMfyy: 15 V'i,.cox vk., Detroit, nc.i Fducates young men anfi vromen to mainialn tlwmlvrs fn fndepeildence, svc mnncy and accumuUK: w;al: - ... Shonhanci, Pennianshlp. Kniiliih, LtiCuave Elocuti, a and Mcchaiucal Drawiiw Ucpartmcuts ■" l ■ ■ '''- IV , . Jl-.WliLL. l'res't. P. B.. sPbKCIÏR. Se y Estáte of Maurice Dwyer. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, CÜÜNTY O of Wasiitesaw, ssl At a session of the Probate Court for the ('ounty of Washteuaw, holden ut the Probate Office in the City ol Aun Arbor, on Tuesday, the 26th day of January, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninetytwo. Present. J. Willnrd Babhitt, .ludue of Probate. In thu innttrr o! tbe entale ol Maurice Dwyer, ileceased. Ou readinii and flling the petltion.duly verifled, of Charles Dwyer, praying tbat admiDiatrulion of saiu estáte muy be graiutd to himselt, or ome other aiïitable perron. Thertuipon it is ordered, that Tuesday, the 23rd day of February nest, at ten o'clock in the íorenoon, be ttasigned lor the hearing of said petition md that the heirs at law of said deoeased and all other persons interested in ttid estáte, aie r-quired to appuar at a sesaion of said court, the to be holden nt the Probate OHice, in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, if any there be, why the prttyer of the petitionev should not be eranted And it is further ordered. tbat Bald petitioner give uotice to the persons interested in s:iid estáte, ot the pendency ofsaiö pc tition.and thehoarini? thireof, bv causinga copy of this order to be published in the Ann Auuok Auous, a newsoaper printed and cireulated in said county, tliree successive weeks pievious to said day of beariuji. J. WILLAItD B4BBITT, (A tkukcopy) J"d;e of Probate. William G. Uoty, Probate Résister, Real Estáte For Sale. QÏATE OF MICHIGAN, C0UXTY KJ of Washtenaw, S3. In tbe matter of the Estateof Thomas Keedle, deoeased. Notie? ii hereby fiiven that in pursuauce of an order grranted to the ïinder signed admintstrator of the Éstate of said Thomas Keedle. deeeased, by the Hon. Judfre of Probate lor the County of Washtenaw, on tho 23nd day of December, A. D. 1801, there will he sold tt Public Vendue, to the blghest bidder, at the East front door of the Court House in tlieCity ol' Anti Arbor in the ('ounty of Washtenaw in said Stitto. on Mnmhiv the 28th day of March A. D. 1882, al 10 o'clock m the fornnoon ol' that day (subject to all enoumbrances by mortfiraffB or otherwise existing at. the time of the death of said deoeased) the i'ollowing descriLed Keal Estáte, to-wit : The West half of tho North hali of the West half of the Soiitli-Enst quarter of seotlon twenty slx (:!ti) in the township of Auu Arbor, Washtenaw County. Michigan. w ILLIAM K. CHILD8, Datcd Dec. 22. 18H1. !


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