Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT HAVING BEEN MADE IN Ttto conditions of a certain mortiraffeiwi B by the power of sale therein containod i? beoome 'operative) made and exeeurnli ■? Conrad Lehn and Uatherine Lehn l!f!l -i-íy of the flrst part. to Henry Smith, of 'the semi part, hearing date the 8th day of Mavch at? 1890, and recorded In the office of the R',t of Deeds, in and tor the County of WaYht naw, and State of Michigan, on the 12th S te" of March, A. D. 1890, in Ëiber 73 of ay on page 368, and the sum of four thousnnt three hundred and ninety-eight and seventv two hundredths dollars, being now claimprt & be due upon the debt secured by said „ gage, and no Buit having been institutert ♦ law to recover the debt so secured or T. partthereof. 'm$ Notice is therefore hereby given that w virtue oí the power of sale in said morteairl contained, and tor the purpose of rea'lizIrS upon the debt thereby secured, together with the cost of these proceedings, includin an attorney fee and interest thereafter toar crue, I willon the26th day of Oetober A n 1897,atone o'clock in the afteruoon ofsaM day, at the front door of the court house in the city of Ann Arbor, in said countv nf Washtenaw, (that beiug the place where thecircuit eourt for said county is holden) sell atpublic vendue to the highest bidder, all th' t certain piece or parcel of land, sitúate aiíd being iu the Village of Manchester, Countv of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan Jle scribed as follows, viz: A strip of 'land twenty-two feet wide oit the easterly side óf lot three (3;, in block three (3) of said villairí. of Manchester, according to the reoorded' plat thereof. HENRY SMITH, FRED B. WOOD, Mortsasee Attornev for Mortgagee. Ilated, Aug. 3, 1897. YERINGTON'S COLLEGE, St. Louis, Mlchifran, will open its seveuth year.SBPT.:27TH, ])?. Coukses:-Teachers' Coji.mkKciaii Shorthand Penmanship, Eno'. . ush, MxrsiC, Elocution and Physicai, Cultuke.- Tüition:- tor any or all studies in the colleire, ia Weeks, $10; 24 Weeks, ijs Weeks $18- The Common Branches (Arithmetic, Grammar and Geography) with Pkivate LessiOns in MusiC, and All Free Class Drills, for above tuition.- The Commoii Branches with All Free Class Drills (without Private Lessons ín Music) only $15 a year - Fhee Class Drills are: Plain and Ornament allPenmanship, Reading, Spelling, Letter Wbitino, Music Elocution, Physical Ccl ture, Debating and Parliamentary work- Students may club where they have use of Boardino House complete, for 50 cents a week and furnish their own provisions fora trifie.- All studies in the college handled by professionals. Our Commercial and ShortHand graduates hold the best positions in ourlargest cities. Not One from our Teachers' Course Has Failed a Teachers' ExaminatioD during the Past Two Tears. D rop a card for free catalogue to C. W. Yerington, St. Louis, Michigan. 28-35 Real Éstate For Sale. STATE OF MICHIGAN COUNTY OF Washtenaw, ss. In the matter of the estáte of Thomas Stewart, deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order granted to the undersigned Administrator of the Estáte of said deceased by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the County of Washtenaw, on the 5th day of August A. D. 1897, there will besoldat Public Vendue, to the highest bidder, at the residence of said deceased in the County of Washtenaw in said State, on Monday, the 20th day of September, A. D. 1897, 8t 1 o'clock ia the afternoon of that day (sub.iect to all encumbrantes by mortgage orotherwise existing at the time of the death of said deceased) the following described real estáte, to-wit: The south lialf of the north east quarter of section fifteen (15), town four (4) south of range six (6) east, of Washtenaw County, Michigan. SAMUEL STEWART, Administrator of the estáte of Thomas Stewart, deceased. ATHENS THEATER ANN ARBOR. Manager L. J . Lisemer takes pleasure in announcing the opening of the theatrical season and the IEW &TBEIS THEATES ON SaturdayEve., Sept4 the attraetion being the real comedians Ward and Vokes "Percy and Harold," With 32 High Class Articles, Presenting their new farcical play The Gemors! Satirizing Gold Mining and Woman Suffrage. The largest, the best dressed, the most popular farce comedy in America. Superb Scenery, Ravishing Costumes. Tour directed by E. D. Stair. PRICES, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1 Reserved seats on sale at Wahr's Book Store on Main st.