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It tells you what you want for the garden, and ow to get it. Printed in English and Germán. Prico nly io cenu, which may be deducted from fint order. BDYONLTVICK8 8EED8, AT HXABQUARTEKS. JAMES nCS. SEEDSMAN, Kochenter, N.T. Estáte of Georg'e Sntton. QTATK OF MICHIQAN.Conmy ot Waihlenw,sB. At a sesston of the Probate Conrt for the CoontT of Waphtenaw, holden at the Probare offloe In the city of Add Arbor, on Tuesday, the iecond day of March, In the year one thnnaanri eiuht hundred and eichty-six. Preaent, Willlam D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the etate of Oeorve Sntton, ind, incompetent. Sedgwick Dean the euardlaa of eaid ward, comee into conrt arjd representa that he is now prepared to render hii 16th anona aecoont as tuch gaardlau. Tiierenpon tt Is ordered, that Saturday, the twenty-eeventh day of March inplant, nt terj o'clock In the forenoon, be asslgned for ciaininlni; and allowlngsnchacconnt, and that thenext of kim f naid ward, and all other pereons lntercsted )in raid estai v are required to appear at a sesttlon of sald conrt, then to be nolden at the Probate office, in the city ol A un Arbor, and show cauce il any then be, why the said account phonld not be allowid : And il is inrther nrdered, that said Uuaidian gire notice to the persona intereaied In aid estáte, of the pendency of aid account, and the hearing ihcreof, by canslng a copy of thls order to be publiehed in the Ann Arbor Courter.anewspaper print ed and circulating In said county, tbree anccveiva weeks previons to said day of hearing. (A trae copy.) WILLIAM D. H ARRIMAN, Jnnge of Probate. WM, G. DOTY Probate Register. 1283 12S6 Estáte of Heurj Colclazcr. STATK OF MICHIGAN, Connty of Waehle naw, sa. At a sension of the Probate Conrt for the County ol Washtenaw, holden at the Probate OfHce, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Tnesday, the ixleenth day of February, In the ear one thouaand eight hundred and elghty flx. Present, Willlam 1). Iiarrlmun. J ndiie "I Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Colclazrr, deceaed. on readlng and fltitrg thepetliinn, duly verlflid, of Willlam W. Whedon, adminirtrator, praylng th:it he mar be HceiiKed to neil the rea] (tiite whercof said deceaaed dled selzi-d. Therenpon It b ordered, that Kriday. the twelfth day of March next, at ten o'clock In the fore noon, be apstined for the hearlnir of sattl petition, and that the helra al law o( snld deccMed and all other persona Interested in aaid esute, are reqotred lo appearat a esflonoTsaid court, then ik be holden at the ProtMte Office, in the city of Ann A rbor. In said county and ahow cause.ll any then "e, why the prayer of 1 he petitioner fhonld not bc (trant ed And it il further ordered, that pnid pttnionir give nolice to the persone lntereted in caid estáte, of the pendency of said petiti.iu, nd the hearing thereot, by cansiój 11 copy of this r.ier to be publichcd in the Ann Arbor Oourier, a newspapcr priuted aud circulntlit in taid county. three sucfcesslTC weckn ptwion to naid diiy of hnariui;. W1LUAM 1). UABK1MAN. (A trae copy.) Jndjieof Pr-lmte. WM. m. IHTY, Probate ReütstsT. 80KS9. Sheriff 's Sale. Notice Is liereby given tlmt by vlrlue of h ceriHlu wrlt oí Klerl Kaclas lagoeg out of imd uudertheseul óf the Glroult rouri, lor the County of Washunuw, 111 mvcir ol Sedgwick Dean nd Henry S. Dean, plalntltls, and amdiiKt the goods, rlKiiii'lh, lands and tenemenUof George W'llcox, deieudant to me dlrected anddelivereil, I did ou the 2lth dnyof KHbruary Instant, levy npon, stize and take all of the rluht tltle and interest of t'e sutil George Wllcox in and to the followlng deM-rilird hinds, tenelín tus and rea) eslnle, that istosiiy, all that certa! n ptprn or pa roei of land Kiluate in the towuslilp of York, county of Wasliteuaw and Btale of Mlrlilgan, dpHcribed as folloWK: The sant hall of Hie west qimrter of secllon numner thirty-six. lown loiir south, range slx east, State of Michigan, all of whleh I stiall expose for sale at puhlle auctlon or vendue to the lilghesl bidder at the Honth front door of the oourt house, lu the City of Ann; Arbor In sald couotyilnat belng the place of holding the Circuit Court forthesalu county of Washtenaw), on the 7th day of April, a. D, 1884, al the hourof ten o'clock, In the. forenoou of said day. WILLIAM WAL8H, öherlff. K. D. Kimkk, Att'y for Plalutlff. Datd tbl 27to tmf of Fvkrutry, A. D. M6


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