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2
Month
July
Year
1884
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Public Domain
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Mortguge Sale. DKFAULT HAVING BEEN MADE IX THE conditions of a certain mortgage executed by Lydia Kirchhofer.of Manchester, in the County of WashteDaw, nnd State of Michigan, to Jared S. Lapbam, of Northville, Wayne G'ounty, in said State, bearing date the tíeventeenth day of Apiil A. D. 1879, and recorded in the oflice of the Register of deed lor said County of Washtenaw, in Ilber55 of mortgages, on page 590, aad by which drtur.lt Uie power of sale contained in Raid mortgage haviiiu become operative, and no suit or proceeding at luw or in chancery having been Instituted to recover the araount due on sald mortgage, or the note accompanying the same, and there belns now claimed to ba due on said note and mortgaae, the sum of Two Thousand Two Hundred and Seventy Dollar and Seventy cents [i-'.LVO 7Ü]. Notice is thcrelore hereby given that said murtgage will be foreclosed ou Friday the Nineteenth day of September, 1684, at 10 o'dock in tho forcnoon of that day, by sale at public anction to the highest bidder at the eouth front door of the Court House in the city of Ann Arbor in said county of Washtenaw, (said Court House beinir the place of bolding the Circuit Court for said county) of the mortgaged premises described in said mortgage, or so uitich tuereof as may be neeesary to sdiisfy the amount due on said note and mortgage with reasonuble costa and expendes; which said mortgaged premises are descrihed in said mortgage, as follows: All those certain parcels of land sitúate and being in the Villaje of Manchester, in the County of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan, known and described as lote four (4), Uve (5), lx j(), seven (7) and eight (8) in block one (1) in Granger and Morgau's additiun to theVillage of .Mancheiter, according to the recordi d plat of said addition. Dated, June 17th, A. D., 1884. c ,„v„ JAKBD S. LAPIIAM, E.D. KINNE. MnrWwtee. Att'y for Mortgagee. 1301-1218 Eslate of (Jeorge II. Gids. STATE UF MICHIGAN. County of Wasuteuaw 88. At a session of the Trobate Court for thclOourty ot Washteuaw, holden at the l'robate Offlca in the city of Ann Arbor, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day ol June, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-ionr. Present, William D Uarrimau, Judgc of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of George II Old?' deceased. On reading and flling tlie petltion, duly' verined, of Almira C. Olds, prayim.' that tdmlnietratiou de bouis non, with t .e will aumxed of said estáte, may be granted to Jowett Caulield or some otber suit.tble person. Thereupon it ís ordered, that Mondav, tho fourteenth day of July next, at ten o'clock ín tbc loreiioon, be assigned for the hearing of naid petiiion, and that the dsrbeaa, kantMi and helrs at law ofsaiil deceased, and all other persons intcrested in said estáte, are reqnired toappearat a session ol said court, then to be holden at the Probate Oflice, In the City of Ann Arbor. and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the , petitioner should not be granted. And it is further ordered, that said administrator give notice to the pereons interestcd in said estáte, of the pendency ol said uctitiun, and the hearing theroot.b)1 cansina a copy of this order to be publislied in the Ann Arbor Courier, a uewnpaper printed and circulauil; in said county, threo succesnive weeks previoub to said day of hearing. (A true copy.) WILLIAM D. HAKHIMAN, Jiulge of Probate. WM. O. DOTY, Probate Register. 13W-U08 C. H. MILLEN, INSURANCE AGENT! No. I South Main St., Ann Arbor. The oldest agency in the city. Estaulislicd quarter ot a ivutury nKo. it.-pivsfutiiiK the followlng tlrst-clrtsscoinpanu-s: Home lus. Oo, of N. Y 17,488,646 Continental Ins. Co. ofN. Y 4,807. I ;¦.' Niattra Ins. Co. ol" X. Y 1,874,024 Giruid Ins. Co. of Pblltdel pilla. 1,259,867 Oriënt Ins. Co. of Hartford 1,419,(132 iommerolal Union ofLondon. ,11,048,948 ilverpool, London and Globe.. 34,409,083 talos Low. Lussos Libcrallj Ailjusted and Prompt ly Paid. O. H. M1M.EN.

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