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- _ -"- itiLvmBmBtL.vBÊmtamiamÊÊ-mmmmm IN THISCITT, .Lady'. Gold Bracelel. The owner eau have the samo by proving property and pajine for this advcrtiKinent. ,938wl L. B STWART. Ann Arhor, Ja. 6th, 1804. SherifiPs Sale. T)Y ViRÏT'K of an execulion issucd out of and under -LJ the seal of the Circuit Court for the County of 4 V2?.W ' !U"1 1" me directed , bearinj; date, Joly 15th , A. 1 1863, agmnst the Soods and chattlos, or for the wutthwjol the tanda and teoementi of J. Gilbert Smith and WilliamH. Maynard, I have Ihis day lvje; ponani stlzc-rtalltliBrighttitle and interest ofj. wiMrt Ètaith fa and to tbefoUowiog doaerfbed premiíñi i -7 i ,-ein? allthrtain tract or parcel of land sHjiatod in the City of Ann Arbor in the County 01 WMUnwuj Stace of Michigan, known, bounded ""■ foilaw, to wit: Boing Lot number rou (4 in blook tUree (3) south of Huron street in iwtlPi'h v n SiX ['i] MSt ríiZ o tho Recorded pUt of tho lUage, n„w city, ol Ann Arbor, beinK einh 8 rod on F. tl, street andíiztem [IR] rodi on William il i ' i wh'cl Prmso I shall exposé forsaleas the law direct at the front door of the Court House n the Ci y of Ann Arbor that being the place for hold mghetircu, Conrt for 9aM County „f Washtena,v on hatuntay the firth Bjr of DswaiW, A. D 1863 a tenoclock in the forenoon ofi4y' ' ' Octobor. 5th 1PC3. PHIIJP &AB, ShorifT. DMhláSTlt?ilii"h!ríyKtf0n-d until Saturday, Uec. lOth, at the same place and time of day Ann Arbor, DccSth.Uc"11'"""1"'11''Tho above sale is hereby (urther postponed until Mon. ' An Arbo,; Deo. 1SHh, ("XECÍ' S!'"im The above ale i., h.reby further postp-nod to Mon■ .i) , Janoary th, 18S4 at the same j.lace and time of tte bcive rale h horeby fUr(hr pos(po:.ed unt &dÍí"ttMP3Sth'ÍW' ■■ PU.. N. AonArbor. Jan. 4, l86f ' " SheriiI' U. S. IJÏTEENAI EEVEiiüÊ TAX AND LICEN'SE NÜTICE. THIRD DISTRICTOP MICHIGAN. _ Notice is hereby giTen that all Tnxes, Du ties and Lieenses ossessed upon persons re SMiing or aüiiig business in the Tliird Gollec tion District of MieKtgan, l.nvo beconie due and paynble, and that I shall altend in per son, or by Depnty. to receive payment of said 1 axt'3, Duties and Lieenses, at 'the folbwinr named places, on the daya hercin specified11 Washtenaw Connty. 8th división -At the Deputy's office, in Chelsea, tor the towng of Ly„dtn, Svlcan bharon, Jlanehesler, Bridgewater nnd'Freedom from th 4tli to the 16th of January, 1864, cxcepting the 5th and 6tb. when the Deputy will be at the Manchester Hotel, in .Manchester, for the accomodation of perseas in that part of the División. Daniel C tenn, Deputy. 9th División- At the Deputy's office in Ann Arbor, for Ihe city of Ann Arbor and for Ihe towns of Ann Arbor, Norlhfield Webster, Dexter, Lima, Seio and Lodi, from the 4tb to the 16th of January, 18C4, exeeptine the tli when the D.puty will be at the Mently Hotel, in Dexter, for the accommodaof persons in that part of the División AkCBKW Bell, Deputy. Iih División.- At the Store of Sliowerman & Bro., in YpailttBti, for ;he city of Ypsüanti, and for the tewns of S:ilom, Superior, Ypsilanti, Fittsfield, Augusta, York and Saline from the 4lli to the lOth ef Jni.uary. 1864 eieeplirig the 5th, yhea the Deputy will bé at the Store of David Blackniar, ol Saline, for icoommodation of persons in that part of the División. Cicïbo JIillingto.v, Deputy. N. B.- Tho FxeUe Laws require that 10 ler cent. beadded to all sums due and unMJd after the days herein mentione.i for pay. ment, and that all taxes be paid in Trcasury Jiotes. } IRA MAYHEW .■ ,% S"}]pcfot Third Di.trict of Michigan. Aloton, De". 31), 185.3. 9332 BRAZSBURT'S New Scale Piano-Fortes. ITNTRECKDKNTKI) SÖfeCESS ! KEVEN FJRST PÍ1JZES 1 ïereived mbn f,.ur w..,.ks :. Froia New Jersey State ait.A! rttara,N.J ; from Nw YorVtjtaV Fair , ' "-.-V V.; fromOhio State Fsk, m Clwtond, ,. leOKSjlrani. Sute Fair, at tforristown Pa.; mil 01 State Fair, atfDeoatar, 111. ; indiana State Fair t indianapoli,, [nd.: from the Amenoso Instituto Fair n,l K H r rl!-Jltdi: liotttt, Bng, Reames, rom une of the jurora : eivedtht Gold Medol ! i congratúlale jou upon be'.'fr.VJ',?1;?1"' c"n'pelitor f,.r tUe FIKST l'RIZE OLD MfcPAL for the BEST PIANO TOI'.TIC, at the ir of the American Inatitate at the Aoademy of Mule. our intruments rCLtt HÏH1T tlii.i award for leir nchly bnautiiul, voliiminoui tnne- 30 powerful GOTTSCHALK, 'ho celebrated Pianist, sayn of thm : '■1 hare examinen! with (írkat cí&n Mr. Wm. B. Bradory'i SiY Sc.K 1'IiKO-FoïIKS, anditil my opinión hot thev irf very suptrcur iiutrumtnf . Ijliare especuly remarkoj thcir thorni!Rh wcrknianship, and the o-,vor, parity, richnesa xn'l pqmlitj of their tooe. I ecommend. llierefore, these in.sti-umeuts to the public n general, and doiibt not of their ucoo. L. M. UÓTT3CHAJUE. New York, July 12, jsef. 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