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MICHIGAN CESTRAJL RAILROA. WINTER II M E TABLJ. Pm -i' pi traint now leave tl venil tatHtn, olUv: goin; vxn . I A i ' 8 o i Á '■ BTAtTqm - w ! r i -c" - Ê O í 3 W , a. M. A. u. r. M. r. m. r. K. m Detroit, leave, 7 15 Ui i.- 1 45 t 00 S iu Id 80 Ypsilimti. 8 48 II 84 :i 112 i SO 7 1 a. M. Ann Albor, '. 02 11 13 3 21 S -i" 7 15 12 OS Ui.xtci, ' 13 :i 41 5 ■.'' 8 i helsea, a 52 4 mi s 80 raas Late, 10 líi r. m. 4 35 9 00 Jackson, 10 58 1 05 6 Oí 9 15 1 30 r. m. a. m. Kalamazoo, 2 20 3 l S 20 12 26 Ohlcagoarriré, S 30 9 00 li :ic B 80 OO1NO KAST. ík í fMé 9 - a ,- a -. m L X G á 3 _„ A. M. A. M. T-. K. P. M. Chicago, leave, 5 00, 8 30 S 1 í íl 0 I'. H. A. M. A. M. KalamftZ(M), 11 05 1 18 5 00 2 ló Jackson. 2 só S 55 8 00 12 :() 4 43 GrassLake, 2 50 8 30 ChelstíiL, - 3 ?4 8 53 a. m. Dexter. S 41 9 09 - (i 2.0 Ann Arbor, 4 ('ó 5 03 9 88 1 65 6 00 ( .VI Ypflitantl, 4 2ñ S 22 10 03 2 17 fí 20 7 20 Detroit, arrive, ó 50 '5 26 11 20 S SO 7 SS 8 -ib The Atlivntie and Paciño Express run betwpen Jackson and Niles on the Air Line. Dated, N"ov. '2.1873 D' ETRÖÏT, IIILLSDALE & INDTANA KA1LBOAD OOING WFST. -1873- QÓWÚ FAST. stations. Mixed. Mail. [ stations. Mail. Mix. A. M. P. M. __ _ _. Detroit, dop... 4:05 A" M" p' M YpKilanti 7:25 ñ:40 i Bankers 6:30 2:40 Saline,.. 8:30 6:15 Hillsdale fi:44 8:06 Rridgewater .. 9:0ö ti:;i:t Manchester.... 8:4a 6:55 Manchester.... 9:48 6:5ü Bridgewaier . . !):"5 7:3,5 p. m. Saline 9:25 S:10 Hillsdale 1:10 S:4R Tpflilanti 10:00 9:05 Bankers 1:30 9:00 Detroit 11:56 Tr:iins run by Chicago time. W. F. PARKER, BTTpt, Ypsilanti. Vinepar Bitters are not a vile Fancy Drink, made of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and ReftiM Liquors, doclored, spiced, and sweetened to piease tlie taste, called ''Tonic.s," " Appetizers," "Restorers," &c, that lead the tippler on to drimkenness and ruin, but are a trtie Medicine, made from the native roots and herbs of California, freefrom all Alcoliolic Stimulants. They are the Gteat Blood Purifier and a Life-giving Principie, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enrichmg it, refreshing and inyigorating both mind and body. They are easy of administraron, prompt in tlieir action, certain iu their resulta, safe and reliable in all forms of disease. Nu I'crson eau take tltcse Bitters according to directions, and remain long unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by minera! poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. Oyspepsia or IndiesHon. Headche, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Client, Dizriness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Rilions Attacks, Palpitatton of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painfu! symptoms, are the oflsprings of Dyspepsia. In tliese complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. For Female Complaints ip young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an influence that a maiked improvement ís soon perceptible. For liiUnniiiiiitury and Cltronic Kieumatism and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestión, Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, Ciseases of the Biood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced by derangeraent of the Digestive Organs. They are a Oeiitle Pnrgative as we 11 as a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting as a power ful agent in relieving Congestión or Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Orgaus, and in Bilious Diseases. For Skin DUeases, Eruptions, Tetter, SaltRheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the most iucredulous of their curative effects. _ uieaiise tnO vit latea uiooa whenever you find its impurities bursting through tlie skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is foul ; your feellngs will teil you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. Grateful thousands proclaim Vinkgar Bitters the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained the stnking system. Pin, Tape, and otlier Worms, lurking in the system of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiologist: There is scarcelyan individual upon the face of the earth whose body is exempt froin the presence of worms. It is not upon the healthy eleinents of the body that worms exist, but npon the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of disease. No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelminitics, will free the system, from worms like these Bitters. Mechnnicnl Dlscnses. Persons engaged in Paints and Mineral, such as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will be subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against this take a dose of Walker's Vinegar Bitters once or twice a week. as a Preventive. Bilious. Rem i t tent, anti I ui i miUetit PcverS) which are so prevalent in the valleys of our great nvers throughout the United States, especial] y those of tlie Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Teunessee, Cuinberland. Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of unusunl heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by extensive derangements of the stom ach and liver, and other abdominal viscera, There are always moreor less obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treatment, a purgat i ve, exeriing a powerful influence upon these various organs, is essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters, as they will speedily remove the dark-coljred viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions of the digestive organs. Srrofulfi, or King's TCvM, White Swelnngs, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Eruptions oí' the Skin, Sore Eves, etc, etc. In these, as in all other constitutional Diseases, Walker's Vinegar Bitters have shown their great curative powers iu the most obstinate aud intractable cases. Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bit tera act on all these cases in a similar marnier. By purifying the Blood they remove the cause, and byresolving away the effects of the inflammation (the tubercular deposits) the aiTected parts receive health, and a permanent cure is effected. The propertlefl of Dr. Wai.kers Vinegar Bitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic and Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-Irritant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Biliotis. The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of Dr. Walkhr's Vinhgar Bitters are the best safeguard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect the humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc. Their Irritant influence extends throughout the system. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kidneys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secretion of bile, and its discharges through the biliaryducts, and are superior to all remedial agents, for tlie cure of Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc. Portify the lorty against disease bv purifying all its fluids with Vinkgar Bitters. No epidemie can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The liver, the stomach, the bowels, tlie kidneys, and the nerves are rendered disease-proof by this great invigorant. Direct ions. - Take of the Bitters on going to bed at night from a half to ona and one-half wine-glasfull. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and take out-door exercise. They are composed of purely vegetable ingredients, and contain no spirit. J. WALKER, Prop'r. R. H. McDONAXD & CO., DrugKists and (ïen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.. and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., New York. SOLD BYALL DRUGGlSTS AND DEALERS. BUSINESS COLLEGE ! Bank Blook, Ann Arbor, - Michigan. Students can enter any time after Aug. 31st. Cali and examine faoilitiea for st.udy at our very pleaiant and newly furnishecl rooms. 1441tf SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THK National LI INSURANCE COM'Y OF THE Uiiitod States of America. BRANCH OFFICE : PHIIADELPHIA, PEM., Where the Business of the Company is transacted. CHARTKUK1) BY CONGRKSS. CashCapHal - $1,000,000. JULY 1, 1873. RECEIPTS z Frmn Jan. 1 to Jvly 1, 1873. .(Sü mont.hx.) Premiums- ineluaing ïeieiptn on reinsured policies, - - - $700,126 47 lnt.-ivst, '.607 81) Premium on gold, - 2,016 78 Tfittil ïvceiptsforsix niun'hs. $826,811 14 From Jan. 1, U Jvly 1, 1873. (Six months.) lleath Claims and AnunitiiB, - $128,865 Ï6 ('hsk and alluwancts tor surrendered policies, - - - - 7 1,0 '4 66 Premiums on policies ïvinaured, - H,3O7 24 Oommuted Comraisions, - - "..121 11 Hevenne Stamus ind tnxes, - - 8,331 10 Dividend, .... 30,000 o All other expenditures, ... 126,786 82 Totiil disbursemenls for six months, :3;,r,436 19 ASSETS. Uash in Bank imd Trust Compnuies, $101,572 69 United Staten Bonds, (maiket value,) 432,365 00 State Bonds, Cmurket value,) 39,680 00 Loans secured by Hrst mortgnRes, 1,278,587 16 Loans on collnterals, (colluteruls worth l,600,000,j .M f4 Accrued interest, _ 30,'3( 00 Loane on policies of the ExoelHior Life Insurance Compüny, which were reinaured by tlie National 97,876 8 Del'erred semi-tvnnual and quarterly premiums, on policies in torce, (mcluding- reinsurod policice,) _ Wfi 6 7 Premiums in course of collection. iaeluding premiums on reinsuied policios,; and all other atssets, 62,185 17 Total assels, July lst, 1873, $a,116,275 41 LIABILITIES. Total present value of all policies in torce, including uil policies reinsured - beinp the amount requisite to reinsure all outatandinf risks, $1,90 ,612 00 Deduct present value of policiea reinsured in other solvent compaiiiee, S8,0ü2 00 Nét Tresent value of all outatanding lisks, - il,862,560 00 L,osses reported but not due, 67.5H6 71) Total liabilities July lst, 1S71Í, $1,930,096 79 SURPLUS, (ueing adSitiouul to reinsurance f und,) íl.186,178 62 Ratio of Assete to Liabilities 162 per et. Total Assets, July lat, 1873, $3,11,275 41 Total Asaets, Januaiv ltt, 187."!, 2,L63,lJll 63 Inereaso in Assetw (lurin(i aix mouths, $552,363 78 New Policies issued durmg the lro. Amount. ïx months, t New PolioieSt iued from J. 6,010,981 lattoAug. lt, 1H73, (aeven months), 3073 7,117,107 New Policies issued from ornnization, fAugust lst, 180H) to AUffUBt Ist, 1H73, 220H1 5O,911,-'79 The National is makiiig excellent progress in financial streugth- in increaHe of asseta- in new busiuüSB -and in net amount at risk. Allconnected with the (omptiny, policy-holdera hh well as man:if?er8, eau feel gratiited at its solid hucCL'SS. OFITICIGRS : E. A. E0L1.INS, Piesident. H. D. OOÜKE, (Washington) Vice President. JOHN M. BUTLER, Secretary. JAYCOOKE. Chin. Kin. and Ex. Com. EMBE8ON W. I'EET, (l'hiladelphia) Vice Pres. and Actuary. F. O. SMITH. M. n., Medical Director. WM. E. CHANÜLEH, (Washington) Attorncy. Directora. - E. A. lïollins, Jay Cooke, Clarence H. Clark, (ieorge F. Tyler, Wm. ö. Moorhead, John W.Ellis, Henry I. Cooke, J. Hinckley Clark, Wm. E. Chandler, John D. Defrees, Edward Dodge, H. C. Fahnestock. G. W. SNOVER, Gen. Ag't Moffatt Block, Detroit, Mich. W. W. Whedon, Ag't, Ann Arbor. iutf Jf Washtenawcounty. "I BES9 SS KBtí ïSS 3SS 88 SS iÑOTARYPUBLÍci bJÍI -Ij I GENERAL } Ljjjj LJ LJLijHcONVEYANCER ilOIKI iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiHHiiüiiiiiiiiniiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiill OUR ABSTRACT BOOKS! As partïully indioated above, are now poeted lo date. They at onoe, iu n oondensed or posted form, show the o ritual ohaln and all new chaina ui title. Instaure, such as AUDITOR GENEKAL'S DEEDS, Known as Tax-Tltles, which are yery numeróos in this Oounty, Decrees, Contraéis, Deeds ! Aleo, now as well as all of the old undischarged Mortgages as far back as 1824- which are legions. Persons taïog title or mortgages and Hens will remember that Tax-Titlcs and other collateral matters are not found in the naaal mode of seareh by Iadexee at the Register1 otiiee. The books or lihers in the Regwter'a office have becomeso aumerouB and voluminous that lontr time is necesearilj required even to make a husty and unreliable aearch. With ourfacilities we Hay to the public that we can show them title and Title History, make Deeds, Mortgiteres, Assignmentö, Discharges, &c, as oorrectly, quicker and in better style. ihan any other office in the County. We have MONE7 TO LOAN ! On liond and Mortgage en long time. REAL ESTÁTE Sold or exchiinged. HOUSES TO RENT. 33 acre? opposite the Observatory for sale in lots to suit purclm8ers ROOT & LEITER, Real Estáte Agente, No. 1. Gregory Block Tracy "W. Root, and opposite the Portofiice. Charles A. Leiter. UlOtf Magnetic Ointment FOR THE CURE OF INPLAMMATOEY DISEASES. Dr Trask was engaged for twentv years in a courae of experimenta lipón the medical propertiet and power of vegetables, separate and combined. At the age of seventy years he succeeded in presenting to the world, as the result of his experiments, a combination of Vegetable extracta, the power of which in removing diseases is unequaled iu the annals of Mediciue. Hls discovery consists in a combination of these power ful Vegetable Extracte with Electricity or Magnetism in the form of an Ointment. Certain, it i, tiiat the remarkable andunpre cedented succesa which has attended its application in the cure of diseases, stamps it at once aa the greatea discovery of the age, and calis íor a trial anti close in veatigation of ita properties. It never fails, while there remains suffleient life to restore a natural and healthy action to the ca pillary vessels of the body, and eqnalize the circula tion of the blood. By this means a controlling power is gaincd over the most matignant forms of disease which cannot be obtained from any other remedy S ii rli Is the po wer of this c o m hl nal lo n , that it to every portion of the humai frame; every bone and másele, vein, nerve and liga ment is searched out and made sensible of its purify ing and healing influence. Henee it copes as readity with internal as external disease. Numerous instances are on record where this remedy has restored health to patients so near the grave that the most powerful internal remedies failed to produce any effect. Such has frequeutly been the case in Intlamma tiou of the Bowels. No patiënt ever need die with this disease where the Magnetic Ointment can be obtained. For I tilla mmatory Rheumatlsm this Ointment is the most complete remedy ever prepared For Diphtheria or Putrid Sofe Throat it is unrivaled. Inninety-nine cases out of a liundred, it will afford entire relief to the worst cases of Nervous Headache in thirty minutes. For Nervons Diseases this medicine is of immense value. AflTectionsof the Splne, Hhenmatism, Lameness, Ulcerated tío re Throat, Bronchitis, Pleuriay, Croup, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Ague in the Face or Breast, Burns, Scald Head, Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Ery. sipelas, Inflamed Eyes, Fever Sores, Sores, etc, wil be immediately relieved by the use of Dr. Trask'ts Magnetic Ointment. D. Ransom, Son & Co., Propr's, Buffalo, N. Y. r STEARNS5 COCO-OLEINE, A perfect hair dressing- not a dye nor a : - Btoral ivo, but a dressing, elegant - i-"H -'" tl11" nomical. r STEARNS' COCO-OLE1NC U cooling t the aoalp, imparte a delightfiü team i vitality ' and Boxtneas t. i mm tin baiv. f 1 f I STEARNS' COCO-OLEINE, sweétty pertumed and limpid, rendera the hah'si rploand y . drüstses i t iu auy - H düsarci STEARNS' COCO-OLEINE, entirely yffetftblQ oil, prevenís tbat dryncsa 01 ■■'''■■ whip h ( ) causeo dandniii r- _--1 :■ :- ■ - - STEARNS' COCO-OLESNE contain-i m unelariii; bottle mora oil u :iL moj ■ icitumB - than any othtr - -i l'1.1' drCSsini mmmm i n lïiaili L t , ÍV.-1 I ■■■ '" 1 '" ■ ttt-a ld sold tnt.y-flYO per cent less h;i-,i otUeiB. STEARNS' COCO-OLEINE brfghtfins blonde h lii.darkenMft'ib surn hair, rendergluatiousbro i ar.d I k ' liair, loasens thu haiBhnesd of coai o h uir. STEARNS' COCO-OL üNE FEEDEBICK ÍT ' - GEMIST, DETROIT, MIC II. Sold ovrvwli 'i-r'. !■■ ' be Oenuine roco-Olrinc. 'i :■ i H ■ . . ü ,riyu i;i Uillt' Óf SI'lliC; f.'i i' .1 r ■ ' . ,1 !■ , 111 ."I .l' CCO Oli-ine. 'i-iüTS ■ ■ ' " '■' ''" '"' ''i'{t orltliowsold, ) u li numeaatha makers dai'o and evw ■ ; ■ THE BABCOCK HOOK & LADDER TRUCKS Equipped with Babcoek Fire Exlinguishi'ra, Extensión and Ladders, Grappllng Hooks and Chaina, Bucketa, Lanteins, Pike 1'oles, Pike Axcs, &c, Ac, weighing less ilimi 1,000 lbs.; easily handled, handsomely ftnished, and afford the greatest protection ut less expense tlrnn any truck in the uiarket. Just what every lí'ire Department wants. The Babcoek Fire Enginea aud Fire Extinguiaheri are saving yaluable property all over the couutry. Send for their record. E. T. HAIl.V JI, en. Aifcnl. 118 Woodward Ave., DetroitMannfacturer of Iron, Copper and Brass Wlre WlreClolh, Bolting (Jloth, Burr Mili Stones, Broom Wira and Twine, Copper Weather Vanea, Wlre Counter Raillng, Wlr Funclng and Ornamental Wlre Work, lOyrl ARGUS BULLETIN ! WANTED 2000 NEW SÜBS( RTBERS WANTED. More Merchants and Business men, who knowing their own interests will advertise in the Abqus. GET YOUR BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, LETTER-HEABS, STATEMENTS, At the Argus Office. GET YOUR BALL CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, VISITING CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, At the Agros Office. m GET YOUR LAW BLANKS, LAW BRIEFS, LAW RECORDS, PROGRAMMES, AT THE ARGUS OFFICE. iVew Type, Best Presses, (Jood Workiiun, AND REASONABLE PRICES ! A WCHBD TO THE WISE. MortgHge Sale. I V-l'AKir having been made in the eonditíoiis of vLiSSBV ÍVlllííi h ■'■ ■ KcMahonand . I;I:I,I""1 t:l! " ■ Douglass, ome oraatto don wl.ich ra n ■:.'"; " andnftythreedoUare and fortj H . o$teen dollars wanAUorney fee .-. - provided ln5 2S gage, and íiüsmi ,,. ,lt 1;iw 0, tn(.han_ oery havingj been instituted to team r thedebí soeuredbys:ud mortgageoi anj parí the-reof; Síotice erefore i, , virtUeoi thepower ofsalecontained in aaid mortag, nudoi the statute [nauohowíe madi und proviáed, id mortguge wüi '"■ !"if'r1"-'1 ■ .-t-Xi.ilMlt.V UÍ Jjin.iary A. D. 874, al ten o'clook in the Ion, km,„, oithatday, at the south door of the Couri House, mtheoityojt Aun Arbor, íd aaíd county of Wahtemw . ,smk1 cmirt íI.niMí being the placeo! holding theOircuitConrtforthesaidcountyofWashtCTiaw] by sale, a publio uction, fco the highest bidder of the premises, described in said mortirage, whieh Raid moxtgaged premisea are described in said raortgags as follüws, _viz : All thoee tracts or parcele of land sitúate in te township of ot Ann Arbor, oountv and Stíite aforesaid, to wit : The east half of the nortnetwt quartex of section eighteou, town two south, range sfa; easi ; and nl n triangular pieoe nf land off the wesl half of thosame quarter sevtionlyinfr ast of the Cornwell road, commencmg at the Boutheaat corner of the west half of the northwesi qaarter of said section and running noitherly on the east side of the Cornwell road jtwelre roda; and also the southwest fntction of the northwest firaetional quarter of section Heventeen, contamine ixty-six and ninety hundredths of m acre; and also that other traet or parcel of land being part ol" the northeostquurter oisection seventeen in said township, commencing at a stake and sienes in the center line of section venteen, and running tlumce easterly torty-one roda to a stake and stonea, thenee northerly fifty roda to a stake and stonea, thenee west to the Huron river, thenee along said river to the place ol begramng : and also a oertain and permanent right oí' flowirtg land on the northeasi quarter of the east part of the soutirwést fractional qnrter of seciion seventeen not to exceed twenty acres, and also the right of diggingand constructinga mili race on the most eligióle place orgroundou the northeast fraetion of the BOuthweat fractional quarter of section seventeen, and at til times ot repairing and keeping in repair for the use of the fio uring and grist milï with other neeessary maohinery ; and also that other picce or parcel of land on sald section seventeen to wit : All the land hetween tmid race and the Huron nver, and also all the land on said southwest frac tional quarter of section seventeen, betwecn the south Une of the the road running easterly f rom said river on theqnnrter line and a line parallel thereto eight rodsdistfint on the south side of said road and quarter line, and also the right of raaking and keeping in repair at all times a tail race so ca lied from the mili on tlie premisos above granted inlo the river at any point on the said southwest fractional quarter of section seventeen, intending to convey the mili and exclusive water power to run the siime, known as the Kellogg milis, and the right, privileges and franchise :onnectd therewith, excepting and re serving from the foregoing the land horetofore sold by said MeMuhon to John L. Tappun. Adü Arbor, Mich., October 23, 187U. BILAS H D0UGLAS8, Mortgagee. Felch & Gkant, Atty's for Mortgagee. Mortgage Sale. DEFAXJLT híiving been made in tlie oondition o a certain mortgage made and exeouted by Elija] W. Morgan and Lucy V. S., hia wife, of Ann Ar'bo City, Michigan, to Pereis L. Tuttlo, of Geneva, Nei York, on the tenth day of December in the yeor o our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-nin and record ed in the lïegister's Urüee, WashtenaT County, Miohigan. on the tenth day of December, A D. 1869, at S O'clock J'. M. of said day, m líber 41 o mortgages, on page 426, and that there is now clairae to be due upon said mortgage and tlit bond accona punying the same the sum of seventeen hundred an seventy dollars and thirty-four cents, also a reasou able soncitor'a or attorney's fee should anyprooeec ings be taken to forecloBe said mortgage; and n proeeedings in law or in eqnity havmg been had t recover iaid sum of money' or any part thereof Now, therefore, notice is herebj given that byvirtu oí a power of aale in said mortgage contained'. l aha] sell at public auction o the higheet bidder, on th tif'teenth day ol' November next, at 2 o'clock P. TVI. o Btiid day, at the front door of tlie Court House, in th city of Ann Arbor, oonnty aforesaid (ïhiit being th place of holding the Circuit Conrts for said eounty) all Uio'se parcela of land knowu and describa as lots Xo. Bix, seveh, eiyht. nine, ten an eleven, and lots No. oineteen, twenty, twenty-ont twenty-two, twenty-three and twenty -f our in 'bloe tive south in range tour east. and LoteKo. six, seven eight, fourteen. rifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteei and nineteen in block tie soutli in ranye tive east ir the city of Ann Arbor, in the State of Michigan. Augosi I6th 1878 PEK SIS L. TTTTTLE, Mortgagee. John N. Gott, Attornej foi Moxtgagee. 1431 Real Estáte for Sale. SÏATB OF MICHIGAN, Couutyof Washtenaw ss. In the matter of the estáte of George Young Senior. Notice is hereby given, that in pursuancc o] in order granted to the undereiffned administra tor o: tJie est;; ti' oi said deceasi d by the Honorable Judge n; Probate for the County ol Washtenun , on the twen t-rirst day ol October A . D. 1873, there wili be solc at public vendue, to the hi.-rheat bidder at the resi dence of the nndersignefl in tlie township ot Lyndon in the county of asntenaw in s.ud State, on Satur day the thirteenth day oí December, A. 1). 1H73, at 1 o'clock in the foxenonn ot that day (subject to aJl en cumbrancfs by mortguge or otherwise exiating at the time of the deatli of said deceased and also subject to the right of dower ot the widow o: saia deceased therein) , the foilowing described rea estáte, to wit : The west hnli ofthenortb east qunr ter of section twenty in town one south, range thre east. in s;iid State, containing eight} acres, more o: less. TH0MA8 Vu! N', Adrainistrator. Dated, Oct., Hit, A. T. 187Ö. Estáte of Caroline -minor. STATE OF MICHIGAN, Connty of Woahtenaw, At a session oí the Probate ' touri for the Countvo Washtenaw. holden at the Probate Orlice, in the Cit; of Ann Arbor, on Tuesday, fche twenty flrt day o Uctober, in the year one thousand eight hundret and Beventy-three. Present. Noah W. Cheever, Judge of Probate In the matter of the estáte of Caroline Miller minor. On reading and filing the petition, duly verin e d, o Leonhard Grunei, Guardian, praying that he may b , lieensed to sell all the right, title and interest of ai Caroline Miller in oertain real estáte described in sai( petition. Thereupon il is ordered, that Tuesday, the twenty lifthdayot' November next, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, be assigned forthe hearing of said petition, an thut the next of kin of said Caroline Miller. and all oth er persons tntereated m said estáte, arerequired to ar, peai at a aession of said Court, then to be holden a the Probate Office, in tlie city of Ann Arboi and show cause, if any there be, why th prayerot the pelitionershould not be granted: And i is further ordered, that said petitioner give notiee ti the persons interested in said estáte, of tliepejideney o said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing i copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper print ed and circulating in sai County, three suooeaBiTe weeks previous to said da; of hearing. (A true copy.) N0AH W. CHEEVER, 1450 Judireof Probate. Real Estáte for Sale. S" "TATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw, 88 In the matter of the estáte of Veit Zeeb, deceased Notice is hereby given, that in pursnunee of an or der granted to the uiulernigned, Administrator of tht estáte of said deceased. by the Hon. Judge oí Probate lor the county of Washtenaw, on the fourth daj of November, a. d. 1873. there w'1 bü sold at publit vendue, to the highest bidder, at the south door ol the Court House in the city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw. in said State, on Tuesday, tht twenty-third day of December, a. i. 1873, at ten o'clock in the forenoon ot that day (subject to all encumbranees by mortgage or otherwise existing at the time of t e death of said decetised, and also subject to the right of dower of Kliabeth Zeeb, widow of Said deceased thercin), the foilowing desnïbed real estáte, to wit : The west half of the southwest quarter of section twenty-lwo ; the west half of the northwent quarter of section twenty -se ven ; the unundivided threo-eighths of the west half of the northwest quarter of section twenty-two, in town two south range five east (Scio, Also the foilowing described land in Noitbrield. in said county, to wit : beginning at the northeast corner of section thirtyfive. thenee south on the east line of said section to the center of the Pontiac road, thenee southwesterly along the center of said road to the east and west quarter line of said section, thenee west on said quarter line to tlie half quarter post, thenee north on the west line of the east half of the northeast quarter of said section to the north section line of said section, thenee eaat on said sention line to the place of beginning (exeepting a piece of land twe ty feet m width off of the west side of said land), ;ill in said State. Dated, November 4th, a. d. 1878. W1IXIAM APRIL. Administrator. Assessment Notice. STATE OF MICHIGAN, City of Ann Arbor, ss. To Fiedrick Hetiich, L. C. Risdon, O. M. Martin Muhlig Bros., Martin Clark, ('luirles Fantle, Charles Spoor, John Gtoetz, John Gerner, Miehael Heanly, M. M.Boylan. Qeorge W. Cropsey, H. Schlotterbeok, Rinsey & Seabolt, or to any other permn interested in the premisos witbin the limite heteinafter mentioned : You are hereby uotitied that asaOBBBaents ure a bout to be mude ujwn you to deíray tlie expon, e otffradinff i)id ]ari,uj adjacent to oertain prsmlaes owneá or occupied by you respectively. on a oertain atley extending from Washington to Liberty street, throrgh block two [Sjsoath, range tour (4) in the city of Ann Arbor, State of Michigan; and also that a report ot the aasessment roll bas been made in the premises, which is on Üle va the office of tlie Recorder of said city, where it will remaiu open for your inspection uittil the seventeenlh (i7j day of Novembe.', A. d. '873, when the Cominon (,'oundl will mest and review said roll. at the Oominon Couucil Boom, in said city, at 7 o'clock iJ. m., and you may upper and show cause, bet ore said Counoil at ïts said place of meeting in said city, on said day bist mentioned, why the said ansesement shuuld not be made and oollected according to law. By order of the CommoTi Council, ADAM I. BEYiiEB, Recorder. Dated at the city of Ann Arbor, this third day of November, a. d. 1873. 1461w3 -3- , LECTUËË"tO Just published, in a Seaiad Envelope. Trice (i ct?. A Lecture on tlie ;ihut, I i eatincn ï and Radical cure of SpermatorrhOBa or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Ëmissions, Sexual Debility, aud Impediments to Mamage generally ; Nervousuess, Consumption, Epilepey and Pita ; Menta] and Physical Incapacity. resultiug from Sel Abuse, etc. - By KÜBKRl" J. CCLVERWELL, M. D., Author of the "Green Book," tSrc. The world-renown author, in this admirable Leeture, clearly proves trom bis own experience that the awiul consequences of Self-Abuse may be effectually removed without medecine, aud without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effoctual by which every suft'erer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privatcly and radically. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE A BOON TO THOT7SANDS AND THOUSAFDR. Sentunderseal, to any address. in a plain sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or two postage stampa. Also Dr. Cül.verweíl's "Marriage Guide," price, 60 cents. Address the Publishers, CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO. 1 ar Boweiy, New York, Postoflice Box, 4586. 143üyl T IVE ÖEESE FEATHtóRS FIRST üTT-A.LIT-5r , OoDf t'ut 70 il band andforealeb} BACH& ABEL. WH EB BAS Jamo, f sffft ï -&, . a.htepMr, and State uf MioK ', , 't)""i",'l!' " Jnly, in the year „f ..ln"l"'1.rt"0,,'et?tteth ïglit. hondred and eventj , t x,., ,,,,,, „0 'l'onsuuj 1 .ri,., J Howell, of the Vo NewT" E tateof New Yoik, to ecwre tLpaimOTt .rf1 ail V'",'!'''1 1 ntere.1 money n,., , '"""" nd, mortgage wasraooraea in the ulh'c ''' jteroi Deedi in said ooonty, on the loi11'? l! Ugust, A. li. 1870, al 2 ', „vi ,,.k v vr ,.h Í"1 f n .hor Mol mortgapea,'on page Sul and'l' 'V ofaull has been male for more than thiítv 3 "" whiohWme due on the fifteenth daj of S :rai:y 2 byreitóon whereof and punmant to ttl'i ■ t said mortgage said mortgagee v "i, . ,' " "■■), ol said principa] at rema,,,, ,„, , ," " nwrageaof bterest thereon, shall beSnnédS? a" no snit orproceedings having been insUnnS8 '.ln1 ...luwor equity to recover the same o ■ lv "' thereof : gotiee 13 therefore herebv given tl L"" the Bfteesth day of November next,"at "ol'ock f u" alternoon, at the front door oí the C'cfui ■ L n "" the city of Ann Arbor, county afo d t" t'" he bmldtag in which the Circuit Cou f„ r 1 5l? ty is held), and by virtue of the power of Zt "" tamed in wid mortgage, I shll se,'i at pubK,S to the highest bidder the premisos des -rib ■ ' " mortgage to satisfy the amount of prindp-, ' 'Vi terest above clairoed as due, with the LL,, 5? m" and attonwy'i fee of forty 'dollars: A t hos ■ ?, ,i"!t pieces or pareéis of and situated ,n the o v. Manchester, county of Washtenuw, and sS""1 -Uioliijfan, known, bounded and describid , (Si '" to wit : Being the northeast quarte, "f ih Ju quarter of section number four (4), also the , ?? west quarter of the southeast qnarter ót s ; number tour fexcept the lights and privileges 1 'f section number four C4), exoept íourteenTr i, d tofore deeded to LumanWveE, Ml in,C„ 'S" WashieVaw.86 """ threeea8t' ta 25 Dated, August 15,1873. CHARLES J. HOWELL, Morton. John N. GoiT.Atty.fortheMortgágee f9'íd Mortgage Sale. lyHEHEAS John Ulair and Eliza Clair, of (h. J'. city of Ann Arbor, County oí Washten "j State ot Michigan, on the tenlh day of Jury i,, n year of our Lord one thousand eiglit hnndred Z seventy-one, executed a mortgage lo Clm, ,. Í Howell, of the city of New York" to secure tl e, .i ment of ceitam pnncipal and interest monev il,;' in ruentioned. which mortgage was recoidea ir Ttk office of the Register of Deeds in said ( „,,.''' Washtenaw, on the twenty-seventh day ot Inlï Í P 1M1, at 5:2 o'clock in the alternoon ot Ldd cl' ,v' in hber 44 of mortgages on page 742 ; and, wherwV default ha8 been made tor more than thirty dnsTn the ]ayment, of an installment of said interest nionpv which became clue on the fint day of Januari A ii' 1873; byreason whereoi and pursnant to the' tem' of siiid mortgage, said mortgagee hereby elects tli i much of íai.l principal as remains unna'id with n , rearugesof interest thereon, shall beoome dm '", payable immediately ; and, whereas, there is cliim, to be due a id unpaid on said mortgage at the dutp, this notice two thousand two hundred and tireiit three dollars and thirty four cents, for principal interest money, also an attorney's fee ot fin j &. should any procceding be taken to fom-1 mortgage, and no suit or pioceedings havina 1-. , T ,, ' stituted eitherin law or equity to recover tl ..■ any part thereof; Notiee is therefore Lereuv anm that on theiitteenth day of November rexl '■ ■■ o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the fiónt dan of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor in u i county, (that beingthe building in which I Court for said County of Washtenaw is held] aud by virtue ot the power of sale contained in said rooitguge I shall sell at public auetiou to the highest bidder, the premises described in said mortgage tosafi-. fy the amount of pnncipal and interest aboiv as due, with the charges of such sale and s ney's fee of fitty dollars : All those certain pieces ot pareéis of land sitúate and being in the Countv of Waahtenaw and state of Michigan, anu described u , follows to wit. : being a part of lot number two in i block number two C2) north of Huron Street nine number four (4) east, in tlie city nf Ann Arbor and State aforewaid, described as follows to wit: commencing on the tsouth line of said lot thirt] ( and seven inches east of the south-west oorner oí said lot, running thence east on the soutli line oi said lot twelve feet and üve inches, thenee noit] parallel with the east line of said lot swpn roda, , thence west parallel with the soulh line of snid lot . twelve feet and live inches, thence running soulh ! parallel with the west line of aaid lot seyen rods, t the place of beginning; Also lots No. one fl). !wo f f2J, three (3), four f4j and rlve in block "C,"0rms. by and Page's addition to the city of Ann A 1 eording to the recorded plat thereof. August lst, 1873. CHARLES J.H0WEI.L, Mdrlgitpee. ) John N. Uott, Attorney for Mortgagee Mortgage Sale. ; imfHEREAS Wright E. Mills and Claris h. TT Mills, of the townehip of Manchester. oount] of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan, ontheft teeuth day of December, A. D. 1871, ex ' mortgage to Charles J. Howell, of the city of K York, to secuie the payment oi certain principal ind interest mouey therein meationed, which n was recorded in the ottice ol Register oí i the county of Washtenaw and State oí V on the eighth day of Janualy, A. D, 1872, at 3 o'cjud P. M. in Liber 48, page J 2: And whereas, defi has been made for more than twenty days in the ky b ment of an instalment of said interest money rèid t became due on the tirst day oí January, A. D. 18' .' by reasou whereof and pursuant to the tenns ot snit f mortgage, said mortgagee elects that so much of phk 1 principal as remains unpaid with all arrPHTagesoj interest thereon shall become due and payable inime diately: And whereas there is claimeü to be due and , unpaid at the date of this notice the ot liu thousand six hundred and forty-nine doll.u and f ninety-two cents for principal and interest, also nfty 3 dollars as a reasonable solicitor or attorney fee ihtie1 for in addition to all other legal costs, as often .is 1 any proceedings is taken to foreelose said moi tgi,Lr either by virtue of the above power of eale l - cery or in any other manner piovided by hiw. uA no suit or proceedings having been instituted eithö 1 in law or equity to recover the same or any part - thereof; Notice therefore is hereby given, that on " öaturday, the sixth day of December next, t tm t o'cloek ia the af teinoon of said day, at the soiilh , door of the Court House, in the city oí Ann Albo L' Cthat being the building in which the Circuit ( ourt t for the county of Washtenaw, and State afoiesiiid ís 3 held,) and by virtue of the power ot sale containtdir: i said mortgage, I shall sell at publicauction to tlie í highest bidder the premises deseribed in snid mort % gage, to sutisfy the amount of principal and fateNti 1 claimed to be due, with the attorney's iee of flfty dol' j lars and charges of sale to-wit : All those certain pieces or pareéis of land situated in the towpship of Manchester, county of Washtenaw, and Stiue ei Michigan afoieaaid, known, bounded and ! as follows, to wit : Being the east half ot the norlbeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of the soutlieast quarter, of section nuraber thirty-one fexcept ing one and a half acies of the last above desenbei piece of land,1; also the northeast qnarter uf tle ■ southwest quarter of section number thirty-tiro, tiw ' east half of the southeast quarter of section number ' thirty, (30) (excepting sixty acres froni the north enJ ot' the last above described pieee of lund); also a:l that part of the west half of the northwest quartu of section number thirty-two which lies soutli of the 1 center of the highway above mentioned, autl aU ftom the west side of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of said section, the two last parcelsof land on section thirty-two contaiimis fort!six and a half acres of land, and being the same lira deeded by Oliver Nickols and his wife to George 0. Matthews in the spring of 1869, all in lownsliip nulber four south of range number three east, audcoutaining in all two hundred and twenty-flTeacMBw land. September luth, 1873. Johx N. Gott, CHARLES J. HOWELL, Attorney for Mortgagee. Müitgug Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having heen made in the conditions a a certain mortgttge executed on tlie second day ot November, A. 1)., 18b9, by Elijan W. Morgili "" Lucy W. S. Morgan, his wife, of Ann Arbor. MM gan, to EdwardL. Boyden, as administiator ut Viman C. öoodale, late of Washtenaw county, deceased. and John Henley, of said county, and recorded the same day in the office of the Register of Deed, 1 the county of Washtenaw, Michigan, in Liber -tl ol raortgages, on page 378, and the undivided half ot said mortgage was duly asaigned by said Edward 1-Boyden, admiuistrator of the estáte of Noiman U üoodale, deceased, to Amanda M. P. Oooaali said assignment bearsdate the tifth day of Novemwi; 1870, and is recorded in said Register's oilice, in L111 number iwo of Assignmenls of Mortgages, on Wff t46 ; upon whieh mortgage thei e is claimed to be uii at the date of this notice, two thousand two hund and sixty-four dollars and seventy cents, for principu' and interest, and also a reasonable attanu provided in said mortgiige should proeecü: taken to foreeïose the same, and noprocedinshiivl:been taken at law or in equity to recover the due or any part thereof ; Therefore notice is hereoy given that by virtue of the power of sale containeo u' said mortgage. and pursuant to the statute in bm case mado and provided, on Saturday the fifteentn day of November, A. D., 1873, at ten o'dod forenoon of that day, at the south, or front dooi" ol the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor, tbstwj ing the place where the ' ircuit Court for the eouw. of Washtenaw is held, there will be sold to the higW bidder the premises described in said morlgage, or mueh as may be necessary to satisfy the awoüol ■ due as aforesaid, and interest and eost and e allowed by law, for the advertisement and sale of sa premises, excepting the south half of lot number;1 in block number three south in range three ' the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, which bas been i; leased from said mortgage by a release executfiö '. John Heulcy and Amanda il. F. Goodale to B3WJ W. Morgan and dated the llth day of August. I That part of the premises deseribed in said mortjw which will be sold at the time and place aforesaid ari deefcribed as follows, towit: All those pareéis land known and described as lots number one a"" two, and the south nine feet in widtll of lot nm?" three in block number two north, in range nnJj. three east, and also lots nnmber four and tnenn half of lot number flve, in block number three M'"1 in range three east, in the city of Ann Arbor, Hu"' gan. Dated August 20, 1873. JOHN HKNLEY, Mortgage AMANDA M. V. GOÜDAW-, Assignee of n undivided half ot said Moiip-fl R. E. Fkazeb. Att'y for Mortgagee and Aesipiw1440 td. TAMES McMAHON, Justicc of the Peaee, Office in uew block, North of Court House Money collected and promptly paid over. INSURANCE AGENT. Trinmph, aSBet8, 2S$aï ffigsásr REAL ESTÁTE. I have 80 acres of land 'í of a mlle from the city Imits, flnely located for fruit or garden pnrposf. Alao 40 acres. AIho 10 acres, with house and barn.anda ll etream of water running through the baru yaro. 60 aeree, a mlle ont. I will sell any or all the above cheap, or exclie for city property. 1874 JAMES McMAHON'


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