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Tbe New York Mie. "The JLeading Amerlcau Newspaper," Dunne the yrar i4&j Th Tribune hopes to employ witTi increasing succes the work and the method' which have won for it M large a measure of popular approval. It has atuined, and meana ncvcr to lose, the hijfh standard of success which was aimed at by its founder, the largest circulation among the best people. So larye a circulation and one so widcly distnbuted over the entire territory of the Natíon has never been attained by any othcr newspaper in the United States. We accept this fact as the verdict of The American people upon the conduct and character oÍThiTribum. The position it occupies coutd never been gained nor retained but by pre eminent merits as a newspaper, as an organ of sound opinión, and an advocate of just public measures. 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In the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, tbe twellih day ol December, In the year one thoaaaod clglu hnudred and elehty-one. PreseDt.WllliunD. Harriman, Judffe of Probate. In tbe matter of the estáte of Daniel W. Bil, deceased. On reading and flllng the uetltion, duly verifled.of Marcia Kockwall, praying tbat a certain Instrument now on file in thi court pnrportlngto be the laat will and u-ettiment of (ald dt-ceased, may be Htlmitti'il to probate, and tbat sbe may be uppointed ezeculriz tbereof. Thereupon it Is ordered, that Monday, the nlnth drty of Jaiiuary next, at ten o'clock in the (orenoon, btí aaeigncd for the ht-urin of sald petition, and that the devii-ees,lei;ateeind nclrsat lawof aid deceased, and all other persons interested in sald estnte, are requlred to appear at a iesion of eaid court, then to be holden at tbe Probate Office, in tbe city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, If any the re be, why the prayer of tbe pftltioner nbould not be grant ed. And It is fnrther ordered. that eaid petltioner give noticu to tbe persont) iuterested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petltion, and the hearing thereof, by canslng a copy of this order to be publUhed In Tht Ann Arbor Couritr, a newspaper printed and circulaUng in said county, three snecessive weeks prevlou to eaid daï of hearing. (A trut' copy.) Wll.UAM D. HARKIMAN, Judi:e of Probate. WM. G. DOTT. ProhiitA Regieter. 1069-72 OSCAR O. SORG, HOUSE. SIGN AND HO Mi ALSO PAPER HANGINQ. NO. It EAST LIBERTY STREET. All Work Done Promnlly and Neatly. 1U29 1


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