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Mortgage Sale. Default havlng been made in the condltions níatherí?m m?íteíaSe made by William Otto, w. hf TownsS'e of Nortbfield, County of rwí naT? nd htate of Mlchisan, to Bernard V.?,yi1 ?i township, county and state, and datedthesecpnddayof November A. D. one thousand eigbt hundred and ninety-two. and recorded in the office of the Kegisterof Deeds for the County of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, on the second day of November A. D. one thousand eight hundred and nlnetrhr- 'Dh Lll!er Aeigbt7 ot Mortgaxes, o page tbrtie hundred and eeventy-two on wliicb mort-age there in claimed to be due at the dateof thisnotieethe snraof three huudred and thirly dollars and flfty-flve cents, and au attorney s feeof twenty dollars provided for insaldmortgage, and no suit or proceedlng at law having been instltuted to recover the thereof se0U!'ed by said murtgage or any part Now, luTefore, by virtue of the power of saly i-ontaiued in said mortirage, and the statute In such case made and provided, notice is hereby sriven that on Tuesday thè ninth day of October, A. D one thousand eijihr hundred and nlnety-four, at nine oeloekiu t!ie forenoon, I shallsell at public ancilon, to the highest bidder, at the south front door of the Court House, tn the City of Ann Arbor. (that beinu the olace where the circuit court for Washtenaw County Is holden), the premises descrlbed in said mortirape, or so much thereof as may be neceesary to pay the amount due on said mortgase, with slx p r cent. interest, and all legat costs, together with an attorney'a fee of twenty dollars convenated fv. .thereia. the premises hem described in said mortgase as those certain pieces and pareéis of land sitúate in the Tpwnship ot Northtield. ia the County of Waslitenuw and State of Michigan, and known and described as follows: Commencing north orty-two decrees and ö f teen minutes west' tourteen rods and twenty-one links from á stake seven lmks in front of the north-east corner ot the Whitmore Lake Hotel occupled in one thousand eight huudred and sixty by o'íf7ery; íhence north forty-two deftreea audflfteen minutes west, four rods; thence south, forty-seven degrees and forty-flve minutes west, eight rods; thence south, forty-two desrees and flfteen minutes east, four rods;hence north, torty-seven de?rees and east, eis?ht rods to the place of beginnins. Alsoa piece of land described as follows: at the northetst corner of tbe and above deseribed, thence running southeasterly on the southwest side of the hwliway four rods: thence north-easterly at right ingles with the above described boundary ine twenty rods; thenoe north-westerly naralél with said tirst boundary line four rods thence twenty rods to the place of becïnniug. THOSD.KEARN?'KNARDSJ'gee Attorney for Mortragee. Estáte of Joseph Shaw. JÉTATE OF MICHIGAN, COÜNTY - of Washtenaw. sa. At a seasion of the Probat Court for the Countyof Washteoaw, hoiilen at the Probate Office íd the city of Anu Ardor on taaturday. the 4th dav ot August, in the year one thousand eieht hundred :mu uiuety-fmir. Present, J. Willard Babbitt, Judg-e ot Probt In the matter of the estáte of Joseph Shaw dece&aed. Dwijfht Hant, (-xecutor of the lust will and testaraeat ot said deceased, comes into court and representa that be is now prepared 10 render nis nnal account as such exe utor Thereuponit is oriered that Tuesday the 4thday of September next, atteno'clockiu theforeDoon be assiguedforexamiDiiigandallowiDg such account, and that the deviseea, legatees and neirs-at-law of said deceased, and all other peraons ioterested iu said estáte, are required to Hppear at a sessiod ot said court, then to be holden at the Probate office, in the city of Aun Arboi, in aaid county and show cause, if auy there be why the Haid account should not be allowed. Aad it is mrther ordred that said executor (rive uotice to the persons interest ed íu said estáte, of the pendency of aaid account and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be pubhshed in the Ann Arbor Argus, a newspaper printed und circulft-ing in 8aid county, three auacessive weok previous to faid day of hearing J. WILLARD BABBITT. ,. Judge of Probate. ( A trje copy,) WiLLIAM U. Doty. Probite Register. Commissioners' Notice. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY ■ of VV:ishteuaw. The undersinad haviag been ippointed by the Probate Court for said County, coniniissioners to receive, examine und adjust all. claim aud .iemands of all persons agninst the estáte of Timothy Wallace, late of said couuty, deceased, hereljy give notice that sli months froni date ure allowed, by order of süd Probate Court lor creditorsto present their claima a:iinst the estáte of said deceased, and that they will meet at the late residence of saici deceased, in the township of Lodi, in said county on the 3Ist day of October and on the 31st day of January next, at ten o'clock a. m. of each of said days to receive, examine and adjustsaid claims. Dated July 31, 1894 COMSTOCK F. HII.L, PHILIP ULUM. Commissioners. Notice to Creditors. CTATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY of Washtenaw.sB. Noticeis hereby giren that by an order of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, made on the 20th day of August. A. D. 1894, 3ix months trom that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against the estáte of Enocii D. Davis late of said connty deceased, and that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said Probate Court at the Probate olee in the city of Ann Arbor, for examinatioa and allowance on or before the 21st day of Jauuary next, and that such claims will be heard before said Court, on the 2Oth day of November and on t he 2lst day oí January ue.xt, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of hui .1 days. Dat ed, A uu Arbor, Aagnst 21, A. D 1894. JWILLARD BABBITT, Judge of Probate. Tle Argus Soos Bindery No. 9 N. Main St., Ann Arbor. Blank Books Evefry Description Manufactured on Short Notice. Co'lection and Pocket Wallets. Medical, Surgical, and other Glass Cases made and Repaired. 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