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Commissioners' Notice. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTT OF Wasbte&aw. The undersigned baring been ajpointudby the Probate Court for suid Count-, Conunisaionersto receíve, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons agalnal thp estáte of Morris Kichuiond, late of said County, deceased, hereby give notice that six montbs from date are ftUowed, by order of s;ud Probate Court. for creditors to present tbeir claims against tho estáte of aaid deeeased. and that they will meet at the office of E. B. Pond, in the Citj of Ann Arbor, in said Couuty. on the eighth day of September and on the eigiith oay of December next. at ten o'clotk A.M. ot eacb of said days, to lecelve, examine andadjust said claims. DuUd JuueS, 18S6. ELIHr B. POND. PREDERIC B. BR AUN, Cemmissioiiers. Estáte of Felix Dunlavy. STATE OP MICHIGAN, COÜNTÏ of Washtenaw , as. At a Bession of the Probati Court for the Oounty of Washtenaw, holden atthí Probate Oölce, in the City of Ann Arbor. on Thursday, the 16th day of July, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninetysix. Present, J. Willard Babbilt, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Felix Dunlavy, deeeased. On reading andfllingthepetition, duly verifled, of Ann J. Dunlavy, prayiug that administrution of said estáte muy be gianted to herseli, or soine other suitable persou, Thereupou it is ordered, that Mondav, the lOth day of August next, at ten o'clock ia the forenoou, be assieued lor the hearing of said petition, and thatthe lieirs at law of aaid deceased, and all other persous mterested in said estáte. are required to appear at a session of said court thn to'be holden at the Probate office in the city of Aun Arbor, aud show cause, if any there be, why ihe prayer of the petitioner should not be (jrauted.: And it iaiurlhei ordered that said petitioner give notice to the peisons interested in said eatateof the pendency 01 said petitiou, and the hearing thereof, ijy causiug acopy of this ordei to ue pulilished ín ihe Ank Ahbor Argus, a newspaper printed and circulated in aaid county, three successive weeki: previous to aad day of uearing. J. WILLARD BABB1TT, [A true copy.] Judge oí ProbatW"m. ü. Doty, Probate Register Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT HA VING BEEN MADE IN the couditioiis of the paymeuts of a certaln mortgage made by James R. Baeli and Blandí E. Baeh, his wife, to Joho Alien. dated the 9th day of Maroh, 1893, and recoriled In the Kegister's office of Washtenaw County, in Liber Slof Mortgages on pageöo'7, on tlie;)rd day of January. 1894, at5o'ciock p. m., on which mortgage there is claimed'to be due at the date of this notice one thousand, oue hundivd and six dollars and eighty cents, ($1.H'B8U) aud no suit at law or iu equity havlug been instituted to eollect the amouut due oh said mortgage or any part thereof. Now, therelore, by virtue of the power of sale contained in aid mortjiuge and the statute in sucb case made and provlded, notice is bereby given that on Monday, the Hth day of September, 1S9B. at the cat front door of tlie Court House, iu the City of Ann Arbor, Mioh., (that being the building wliere the t-lrcuit Court for said Coumy is held,) there will be sold at public auction to Ibehlghest bidder the premises described in said mortgage or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the aniount due on said mortgage and the legal costs of this foreclosure. The premises so to be sold are described as fol[ows: Lots number 69 and 'S iu MUIer's addltion to the City of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dated June löth, 1896. JOHN ALLEN. Thompson ,v Harbiman, Mortgagee. Attorneys for niortjfairee. Mortgage Sale. 1,-HEREAS, DEFACLÏ HAS HEEN MADE ! ' in tbö coniiitions of two certain ' gaffes, made by Joseph B. Steere of the City of Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Lewie S. Anderson of Plttsfield, Wasttena'H County, Michigan, btaring date Maroh 12tb, 1881, each securing the payment of the surn of TwoTbousand Dollars with interest, {the same being a part of tlie parchase rnouey lor the prernbsee tberein and hereinafler described), wnich said mortgagea were recorded in the Beglster's office for Wasbtenaw County on tne líth day Í of April, 1881, at 2' 2 o'clock p. in., in Lilier :r, of Mortg-ages. on pages 88 aud i, botb of said mortgages lieing long past due, and whereas, by reasou of said default, there is claimed to be due upou oue of said mortgages tlie sum of Two Thousand Dollars and interest from Mareh 12th, 1896, and upon the other the sum of Two Thoufaud Dollars aud Interest from Maroh 12th, 1896, each at seven per cent- and ( nosuit at law oriu equity havlng been lnsti- tuted to recover the amouut due on said mortgages or any part thereof. Now, therefore, by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgagesicontaiDed and of the statutes of the State oí Michigan, uotice Is hereby giveu tbat the undersigued will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on Monoay, the 88th day of September, at 11 o'elock a. ni., standard time, at ihe east frontdoor of the Court House ia the City of Ann Arbor, (that being the building where the circuit court for said couuty is held', the premises described in said mortgages or so uiuch thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the indebtedness secured by said mortgages and the legal costs of this foreclosure. The premises to be sold are desciibed as follows: That certain p:ece or parce] of land sitúate in the township of I'ittsüeld, Waslitenaw County, Michigan. Beginningon thequarter line running eást and west on section four of said township at a poínt near the center of the south Ypsilauti road, south 64 degrees wi'i 89!4 links from a blckory tree six Lnches in diameter aud south 43 degrees west 52 links from a yelíow oak tree eight inches iu diameter; thence uorth-westerly along tlie center of said road 18 chaina aud 2S links; theuce north 29 degrees. west along the center ol said road 1 chain and 8 links: thence north KS's degrees east chains and 82 links; thence north -'21, degrees west 1 chain and SS links: thence north. TZ degrees east 16 cnains and 40 lluk: thence south degreei eas 6 chains on the sectiou line between eectious three and four; theuce uortb 87H degtees east l'1 chains aud 90 links; thence soatE on the line between the east and ihe west half of the north-west quarter of sectli n three iu townsliinund range af oresald 15 chains and 6S inks to the quarter line oí siid section three; thence west on s:iid qua rter line 33ohftins and 51 links to the center of said Ypsilauti road on the east and west quarter Unes of section four iu said townsbip to the place of beginning, containing64 acres and 0-100 of au acre, more orless. Dated J une 29tb. 1896. LEWIS S. ANDEB8ON, Thompson & Harriman, Mortagee. ' Attorueys for Mortagee.


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