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TIRE INSURANCE. FIÍAZER, HARRIMAN & HAMILTON'S nrrifK ii'i;k sívi;s iiak. Ann Arbor, Michigan. We can now cnrrv full line in 8AFK and TRU6TWOETHY (Jompanies, and ourrateH are reasonable We are now carrying tbe best business risks in tbe city. We invite the Public to examine our Registers and judge tor themselves of the kind ot business we are doing. We make specialty of Dwelling Honse Insurance, and can give low xites, and good iudemnity. We rcpresüut the followinfjf well known Com panies: The Westchestor, Organized 1837, Asets, .C'5 ,000.01), Jsn. ]8t 1871. The Allcmaniiia, oí Pittsbiirg-li, Va. Asseta $472,000.00, Jan. 1st 1674. Tlie Lancaster, ol Lancaster. Pa. Organizcd 1838. Aasets Í337 ,000.00, Jan. Ut 1874. The Michigan State, of Adrián, Organized 1859, Assets $304,000.00, Jan lst, 1874. The National Fire Ins. Co. of Phil. Assets }56;,000.00, Jan. Ut, 1874. The Globe, of Chicago, III. Asaets $460,000.00, Jan. lst, 1674. The Atlantic & Paciflc, of Chicago, III. Assets $330,000.00, Jan, lst 1874. City, Providence, R. I. Asseta $182,000.00, Jan. lat, 1874. The Watertown Fire Insurance Couipany, of Watertown, IV. Y. Aasets $556,000.00, Jan. lat, 1874. The Watertown was organized in Dec, 1S67, since which time its premium receipts and loases have beea as follows to wit : Premium Receipts, Losses. Jan 1,1868, J,L month - $1,204 28 1861 - 29,033 4ii $1,865 ('0 " 1870 - 45,542 69 ó,2Ö7 42 " 1871 .... 56,505 16 1S,314 51 1872 - 141,417 03 21,1 IS 97 " 1873 - - - 214,965 11) (13,169 65 41 1874 - 3.VÍ.228 01 106, 29U 04 Cash premiums rcceived in tí years - $740,695 8'J LoHneH in 6 yeara - 2'20,946 8Í Actual loases leas than 30 per cent of premium receipts. Excesa of premiuum receiptf? over lOSSCB ... - -$519,649 50 INCRKASE OF AbftHTS. Jan. 1, 18f.8, aasete witli f 100 ,000 capital. .$1"1,364 Hl JJo. 18ti9, üo 122,084 6ti lo. 1870, do. 148,431 47 Do. 1871, do. - - - - 158,893 98 Do. 1872, do. 338,603 13 Do. 1873 do. - - - 441,500 54 Do. 1874. do. 656,849 54 This shows a steady average gain in assets of over $75,000 each year. Official statement of groes assetfl and liabilities Jan.l, 1874. to wit: Groas otncially admitted awets . - $556,849 90 ütficiftlly culculiited Ii;tbüitiu8, inchiding reinsumucefund - - 217,104 01 Suiplus asto policy holders - $340,745 29 If this record is evidence of btid miinatfement, safety aud protit to policy and stockholdera would wish that other companies hnd a little of it. The policy and practice of this company have been steadily to increase ita financiul Bohdity, by which justly tocommand the confldence of the public. To this end all surplus premium receipts huve been rettiined, iillowing the Hiockliolilt'r oniy legal interest on the anseta. The interest on is invosted funds payB all dividenda, leaving all surplus prümiume ior the additional Hecurity of the poliey-holders. All we nuk ih that the people shail investígate for themselvee, and we do not fi'tir the retsult, FRAZEK, HAKRIMAX & HAMILTOX, Office over the Savings Bank, 147finiO Aun Arbor, Ulck. "löirrajo wist.7' This is an iuquïry which every one ahouid have truthfully answered before he starts on hisjourney, and a little care taken in examination of routes will in many cases save much trouble, time and money. The Chicago, Burlington & Qmncy Railroad hns achieved a aplendid reputation in the lust three years as the leading Passenger Boute to the West. Starting at Chicago or Peoria, it runs direct througb Southern Iowa and Nebraska, with close connections tu California and the Territories. It ia also the short line and best line to Quinry, MisBouri, and points in Kangas and New Mexico. Passengers on their way westward connot do better thau to take this route. Thia line has publiahed a pamphlet eatitled ' How to go West," which contains much valuable information; a large, correct map of the Qreat West, which oan be obtained f ree of charge by addresaing the General Western Passenger Agent, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, Chicago, 111. 1461yl I Q pedal Notice! FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS - T K K - ajtn arbor TRADIIMG ISSÖCïATïöl Will sell their Spring and Suinmer stock OF DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, CARPETING, At New York cost, FOR CASH ONLY. 500 nicely trirumed 16 bone Corsets at 50 cents, worth $1.00. 100 pieces Prints at 10 ets. per yard. 100 pioces Border Prints at 10 ets por yard. 60 pieces, yard wido. Bleached Muslins, fine and soft finish, at 12J ets per yard. Together with a very large Stock of other Goods which will be gold Tery ckeap FOR CASH ONLY C0.1 Al 8BB PR1CKS. July 1, 1874. G. W. HAYS, Supt. pBW BAKEEY ! STiLiisra biros. Would infoim their numerou friends and the public generally, tht tbey bave fltted up the store littely occupied by J. C. Watson & Co., 28 Eat Huron 8t., as h Bakerv and Confectionery Store, and hopo by a strlct attention to busitiMa to merlt and receive a share of patronage. Particular attention will be paid to the Ice-Cream Department, Wedding Cukes, l'yramids, all kinds of Fruit Cakes, aud Ice-Cream f uruishtd families or partien on short notice. Freah PrtiitB and Confectionery Mways on band. Goods delivored free of charge to aiiy part of the city. Remember the place, No. 28 East Huron Street. m Arbur, May 27, 1874. E. STILING, W. STILIXJ. -A. PPLETO IST'S American Cyclopaeflia. y Kerixert KdiHon. Entireiy rewritton l.y the Mest writem mi very ubject. Printed froin lm type, and illuKtrated wlth Several Thouaand BagMNllg Hnd Mapa. The work originally publmhcd nDder the ütle of The New American UrcLClpanTA was completed ín UW, niñee which time the wide circulation which it has attained in all parta of the United otates, and the signal developroents which have taken plscc in every btanehof ncienr litcralin. and art, have induced the editora and publiquen tu submit it to an exaefc and thorough revisión, and to isaue a uew edit.uu entitled Tin: Awcbicah ÓYCuorMmA. Within the lime ten years tbe progrens of diacovery in every depaitmeut of kunwledge han made a new work of referente an imnetattve want. '1 he niovemelit of politica] affíiirn ha kept pace witli the diseovoriea of Klefiae, and their fraitful applioation tothe industrial and usefu] arts and tbe convenieuce and retinement of social lile. Oreat wars and consequent revolntions have oceurred, involving nationul changes ol peculiar moment. The civil war of onr own country, which waa at ita height when the laat volume oí tlie oíd woik appeared.has happily been t'ndt'd, and a new courae of cummercial od iuduatrial activity lian been commenced. I-arte accesBions to our iieo&rapbical knowledge have been made by the iuilefatiKitble exploren of A frica. The great politicnl rpvolutioiiR of the last decade, with tbo natural reult of the lpse of time, have brought into public view a multitude of new men, whoae uamee ure iu every one'u mouth, bnd of whose livea evary one i curioua to know the particular!. Oleat battlea have been foiight and important alefrei maintaincd, of which thedetaila are as yet preserved only in the newspapora or in the tranaient pnblications of the dy, hut which onght now to take thr place in permanent and authentiihintory. In preparing the prownt edition has accordinirlybeen thu aim of the editora to bring down the inforinatiou to the latest posaibledatea, ana to funish an accurate account oí the mostrecent diacoveriea in Boieuce, of ever y freah production in Hterature, and of the newest inveutioHK in the practical arts, aa well a to give a succinct and original record of tbe progresa of political and historical eTenU. The work has been boguu after long and careful prehminary labor, and with the moatample resource tor carrying it on to a bucccrríuI termination. None of the original stereotype platea have been uaed, but every page has been printed on new tjpe, forming in fact a new Cycloptwdia, with the name plan and compasa as ita predecesaor, but with a far greater pecuniury expenditure, and with auch improvementa in ita composition aa have been suggested by longer experionce ana enlarged knowledce. The iUuetration which are introduced tor the flrat time in the present edition have been added not for the sake of piotorial effect, but to give greater lucidity and force to the explanations in the text. They embrace all branches oí acience and natural history, and depict the most f amoua and remarkable features of scenery, architecture, and art, as well as the various procesaes of mechanica and manufactures. Although intended for instruction ruther than embelhshment, no pains have been spared to tnsure their artiatic exoeileuce ; the coat of their execution is enormoua, and it is believeil they will find a welcome reception as an admirable feature of the Cyclopaedla, and worthy of ita high character. TLia work is aold to Hubscribers only, payable on aelivery of each volume. It will be completed in ixteen large octavo volumes, each containing about 800 pages, fully illustrated with aeveral thouaand Wood Engravinga, and with numeroua colored Lithographic Mapa. Prlce and Stylc of Binding?. In extra Cloth, pervoi. $s 00 In Library Tjeatner, por vol. 00 In Half Turkey Morocco, per vol. 7 00 In Half Ruasia, extra gilt, per vol. 8 00 In Full Morocco, antique, gilt edgea, per vol. 10 00 In Pull Rusaia, per vol. 10 00 Four volumea now ready. Succeeding volumei, until completion, will be iasued once iu two montha. VSpeeimen pages ofjthe Amkrican Ctci,opdia, showing type, Ilustra tioca, etc, will be sent gratu, on application. Fibst-Clars Canvabsino Agents Wasted. Addrese the Publisher, . . APPLETON & CO., 549 de 65 1 llruiiilwii), iV. Y. CARBOLIC DIS1NFECTING SOAPS. For washlng Horses, Cattle, Plgs, Doga; Kllta Fleas on Doga, Destroys Llce on Ca tle and Horses, Tlcks on Sheep. Death to Bed Bugs and Roaches; Cheaper and bet terthan all Powders. CARBOLIC TOILET SOAPS Whlten, Beautlfy and Cleanse the skki from all Impurltles. CARBOLIC MEDICINAL SOAP CURES M k OTHER Salt-Rheum ■ Cutaneout And all V W DISEASES. CARBOLIC PLANT PROTECTOR. AfTords complete protectlon to p'tnts, Vinos, Trees, &c, from all Bugs, Fleas, Plant Llce and Parasites. Without InJury to Vegetable Life. Never falls. CARBOLIC SHEEP DIP The most efTectlve cure and preventiva OT Scab-lt kllls all Llce Cads Tlcks' etc. The Increased growth and welght oí fleece encouraged by lts use more tha equais the cost of the dip. ■. BuGHAN'a Garbollo Boaps and Compounds al; regenuine. AU othera are base imitations - VorthteM. SOLD BY ALL 'pHE MICHIGAN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF DETROIT. J. 8. FARRAND, - - - President. W. A. MOORE, - - . Vice President JOHN T. LIOUETT, - - Secretary. L. M. THAYEK, - Oen'l Agent. Asscis Jauuary lst, 1871 $500,335.41. The people of Michigan can no ïonger afFord to pay tribute to Eaatern States by placing their Life Insurance with Eastern Companies, who by their charters are compelled to loan their monoy in their own States, thus becoming1 a heavy drain on the resources of the State, when we have so reliable and well managed Life Company as the MICHIGAN MUTUAL. In 1873 the nusinens of the Cornpany was increased Forty-iïlit and one-half per cent. of the total amount done the previous flve year Thi shows the MICHIGAN MUTUAL LIFE hns the Confidence of the People. The losse durins the year 1873 were only FIFTYFIVE per cent of the amcunt the mortality tables oall for, great care in the seleetkra of its riaks. Durinff the year 1873 theie was a macerial reduction in the ratio of expentieH ahowing CABEFUL MANAGEMENT. The Michigan Mutual inHue nll the most desirable forms of Life aud endowuient Policies. Dividt'inls Deilared and Paid a( (he end of the First Poliey Vear and earh year (hereafter. All Policies non-1'orfeiting after one Animal Premium has been paid. All Endowment Policies are convertible into Cash at the end of any year after the ürnt. Beliable indcinnity at lowest Cash ratea can be procurcri off ITIickiKnn Mutual Ufe. GEO. L. FOOTE, Dis't Agent, Ypsilanti. J. Q. A. Sebsions, Agent, Ann Arbor. Gko. E. Foote, Aireut at Delr. TYWELLING HOUSES ï R SALE A lare and ver y well built brick house, with two or more loU. Two large framed houses. Also a good sized brick house and frumed house ; and a small frame house on a good lot, intended for a front for sale on fair terms and a reusonable credit. Alsoother buildings, lots, and property. nONEÏ WNTED-So many wibhing to orrow money apply to me that I can readíly obtain ioTltnUrs good satidf'autoiy iuvüstments ut ten per cent. ntere . E. TV. MORGAN. Ann Arhor, Aoril 23. 1873. M2tf ARGUS BULLETIN ! WANTED 2000 NEW SUBS( RIBERS WANTED. 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Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenBver you find its impuritiea bursting ( through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, i ot Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob1 rtructed and sluggiah in the veins; cleanse ' it when it is foul ; your feelings will tel] rou when. Keep the blood pure, and the j aealth of the system wiU follow. K. ir. TOrUONAI.D i. CO., 0mggl8t and öeueral Agenta, San Francisco, Í lia, aud cor. Washington and Oliarlton Sta.. New ïork. stola bir all Urusarists and Dealers. , TAMRS McMAHON, Justice of tlie Peaee, Office in new block, North of Court House Money collected and promptly paid over. iisrsTJRAiSrcJc agent. Triumph, asee' 8, $727.003.11 Nortft Missouri, 045,417.91 Hibcrnia, 4 350,000.00 RKAL ESTÁTE. I have 80 aerea of land L of a mile from the city imita, iliiely locatud for fruit or garden, pnrpusee. Alao 40 arres. Alao 10 acres, with h'mse and barn,aiid a ÜTel at reara of water running through the barn yard. 60 acre, a mlle out. I willseli any or all the nbove cheap.or exchange for cit properly. UW JAMES McMAHON. STATE OF MIC HIGAN.Fourth Judicial Circuit - in Cbanoery. James L. Mitchell, Complainant, M. Luey E. Mitchell, Benjamin F. Hudson, Cntharine P. Hudfon, John A. Mitchell, ChaunceyE. Mitchell, John P. Marble, George E. Houthwick, Frank G. Hussel 1, Aasignee of said Southwick, Defendants. Suit pending in the Circuit Court for the county of Washtenaw, in Chancery, at Ann Arbor, on Tbe 30th day July, 1874, upon proof by aflidavit on file, that said defendants Lucy E. Mitchell, Ben j umin F. Hudrou, Oathariue P. Hudson, John A. Mitchell, and Chauncey E. Mitehell reside out of the Btate of Michigan, and do reside at Atchison. in the State of Kansas; that the defendant John 1'. Marble resides out of the State of Michigan, and doen reside at Woreester, in the State oí Massnchusetts : It is, on motion of H. J. Beakes, Eho,, Solicitor for complainant, ordered that the siiid defend;ints Lucy E. Mitchell, Benjamin F. Hudson, Catharine P. Hudson, John A. Mitchell, Chaunooy E. Mitchell, and John P. Harble, appear in said suit and ariHwer the bill of complaint tberein, witliin three months from this dnte ; nd aloo that thia order be publiahed onee in each week for six weeks in succession, in the Michigan Argur, a newspaper printed in said county, the flist publiCAtion to be within twenty daya from this date. J. F LAAVREXCK, Circuit Court Commissioner, Waehtenaw County, Michigan. H. J, Beakep, Sol'r for Onmp't. (A true copy.) 1491w6 Notice ot Dissolniion of Partnersliip. Notice is hereby given that the partnership lately mbaisting bet ween Kdwurd Stiling and william tiling, of the city of Ann Arbor, in the county of I Waahtenay and State of Michipan, under the nrm f Stiling Brothers, wtvs diseolved on the twenty ïinth day of July, 1874, by mutual consent. .All lebts owmg to the ssid partnership are to be J teived by siiid Edward Stiling, and all demanda on j he said partnership are to be presented to him for t ayment. Dated, Ann Arbor, July 30, 1874. EPWARD STILING, WILLIAM 8TILING, Mortgage Sale. WHEREASdefault has been made in the cor,H tion of a certain mortgage mode and "'" .yElljahW. Morgan and iifcy W S MorZ Í'1 wlfc, toSilas H. Douriaa, hearing date the fouitremt day of February, in the year 1872, and recor, 5" ' Ihe office of the Regiatá of Deed n aM fof ti" county of Washtenaw in the State of Mlchiraí VrfTÍ.'11"1 ' frM me reÏÏTAïï Liber 46 of Mortgages, on page 256, bj n l,i, li ,i 'g, ! the power of sale rontainecl in sald morteaae hal i ou4Kentie,i there is claimed to be ,i,,',. ., , unpaid on said mortgage. at the date of tliiv m.,;'"' hesumoftwo thousand and sixty-six dollar . ,J forty-seven cents, and no suil pr ilroceedine at i has been iustituted to recover the same or anv , thereof: Notice Istherefore liereby given tliat Monda y, the Second day of November hmÏ on ten o'clock in the forenoon, by virtue of thenow?' said mortgace contatned, said mortgage will he r Hosed hy a sale of the mortaaged premiwi or S Til th'n. atP"Wic v.m,.I„. t„ i!„. highe at the south door i the Ann Arbor, in said county of Washtenaw (that il; helff):aidmortgagedpreinieaare d lows, towit: AH thooe parcela of land lyina i city of Ann Arbor, in said county of Washteni BtatoofMteUgan.tnownanddeScribel foute, hfteeu, serenteeo (eicepl I ,.., .,,; Mock twenty in Ormsby 4 Page', addiiion ; daïil all the land lymg botween the center of tl Huron and the Sinclair milt race belo the dam 2 abovethe Wonlrn Facfory, nH blot (botteen tendiog uortherly aliove the dam i sterh center of the river, and ineludiüg the uhareoftk dam and water power appurtenanl t'. t )■ rit-ht i,,', or westerly bank, of said river al said dam ik Í; the prrrlïege and appnrtenances Dated, August tb, 174. . .. 8ILAS H. DOUGLA88 A. fKWH, Mott Attonu'5' fur ttortgagoe. Mortgage Salo. rjEFAULT bavingbeen made in the oondttlom iJ a certain mortguge executed by Kolon Cook t Adelaide Lewitt fto secure the puiche priw l lands therein desoribedl, on t.lie Hrtt day of Mav ■ 1867, and recorded in the oöice ol üegintcr of ' for the county of Wasbtenaw and State of H' gan, on the scventh day of May, a d 186" Uber 3( of Mortgacen, op puge 41)1 ; and' dulv '2 signed by said Artelaide LewiM to SUm H. Dowta on the -JSth day ot April, l7ü, whinh asKU-nment.,' recorded in aaid Krgiater'a office in Liber of Aim menta of Mortgages, on page 601, on id 26th dnï April, 187(l; andfurther mwignod by eaid Bita, xt Douglass to Irene ('lurk, on the 24th day of Ueceml' A. D. 1873, which last atwignment wa's recorded aaid Register's office on said 2+th day of Deceml 183, in Liber 4 of Assiguments of Morteaop a page 180 ; and was further ansigrerl by slid iL, Ulark to Orange H. Young, on the 23d day of ? 1874, which last asnignment was recQrded ín ti' ister's onïce on the 'Jth day of April, 1H74, in LibSi of Mortgages, on page 4(S, by which default ti power of ale contained in said mortguge ha bêcoij operative, on which mortgage there is elaimed to bt due at the date of this notice, for principal, interen and msurance, and Attoruey fee as provlded iot ,- said mortgage, the sum of one thouoand ei"-hthin dred dollars and flfty-flve cents, and no suil or pro! ceeding at law er in equity havlng been instituteöi, recover the amount due on said mortgage or any nut thereof : Now. therefore, notice is hereby givtn li by virtue of the power of sale contained in BaM mortgage, I shallsell at public auction at the boh door of the Conrt House iu the city of Ann Artior that being the building in which the Circuit Court for said county of Washtenaw is held-on SaiukdiTHE TWENTY-FOURTU DAY Of OcTOBEK NEXT at tf o'olock in the forenoon of that day, the follmr. premisos described in said mortgage, vi.: All thw certain tracts or pareéis or land situated in the dit of Ann Arbor, in the oounty of TV'asbtentT nj State of M ichiran, known and described as the east three-fourths of lot number six {H)t and the west half of lot number seven(7),in block one fl) north o range six (6) east, according to the recorded plat of the village of Ann Arbor, in said county of Waubtc naw, or so much or such part or parts thereof as shall be necessary to satisfy the amount due upon aaid mortgage. luted July 31, 187 l. OKANGB R. YOTING, Assi(rne. A. J. Sawyer, Atty. for Assignee. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having occurred in the conditionoh certain mortgage, dated the sixteentli day NoTember, in the year one thousand eight hundní and sixty-eight, executed by Samuel Hl. Duibaik and Amanda Burbank, his wife, of the township ui Ann Arbor in the county of Washtenaw and Stt, of Michigan, to James V. Hinchey . of the township of Putnam in the county of Livingston and State of Michigan, and recorded in the office of thelteister of Deeds of said county of Washtenaw, on the seventeenth day of November, in the yenronelhousand uight hundred and sixty-eight, in liber tlnrtynine of mortgages, on paae three hundred sul eighty-three thereof, on which roortfruge there is claimed to be due, at the date of this notiee, the sum of one thousand one hundred and nineteen dollars and sixty cents, and the jiower of sale containtrt in said mortgage having become operative by iesn of such default, and no snit or prooeadings at In baving beun instituted to recover the debt remainini secured by said mortgage or any part thereof : S tice is therefore hereby given, that by rirtui power of sale in said mortgage contained, anfl ot the statute in such cases made and provided, the said mortgage will be foroelosed by a sale of the mort. gaged premises in said mortgage, desciibed us follows.towit: All that eeitain piece (u situated in the township of Ann Arbor, county ni Washtenaw and State of Michigan, known and j scribed as follows, to wit : Being a part of the southwest quarter of section thirty in township two ofmtt six east, beginuing at a point in the quarter line '.f. the center of the road leadint? southwesteriy from the city of Ann ArlMr ; thence pouth along the quarter line of snid section twenty-three chainsflcd forty-four links to the quarter post; thence wst along the section line eight chiiins and ei-zhty-sevfn links; thence north parallel with the quarter line twenty-one chains and seventy links totbe centerof said road ; thence along said road to the place ot beginiiing, containing twenty acres of land, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to atiífy Ebt amount due on said mortitge with ten per cent nterest thereon and legal aoata and an attorner fee of flfty dollars novenanted for theiein, at the coitti door of the Court House in the city of Anu KïVrc, in said county of Warhteuaw, that belng flifi vV.-i' of holding the Circuit Court for said county, on Thuksday, the tllTll pay of November one o'clock in the afternoon of said day : tlmt said sale will be made subject to the payment of the sevtTal installmenta of principl nnd interest pecurrö by and vet to become due on said mortgage. Dated, July 28, Iti74. JAMES VV. HINOHEY, H. H. Haiimon, Mortijaeee. Atty. for Mortgagcc. 14Utd Bstate of Ann White. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw, a. O Ata session of the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Oiüce, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday, the lift! August, in the year one thousund eiglit hundied and seventy four. Present, Noah W. Cheever, Judpe of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Ann White, deceased. On reading and tiling tíie petition, duly veritied, oí ■Tohn N. Gott, Adrainlstrator, praying that he may bc liceused to sell the real eatyte whureof .snid deceaeed died seized. Thcreupon it is ordered, that Wednesdny. thesecotiil dfty of Heptember next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. be assigned for the hearing of said petition, an the heirs of law of said deceased, and all otbtr persons interested in said estáte, are reqiim1' to appear at a session .of said court, then to l holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Anu Aibor, and show cause, ïf any there be. wby the prajit of the petitioner should not be grantcd : And itis further ordered that said petitioner fiive notice to the persons interestcd in said estáte, of the peudency ut said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causinp ( oopy of thi order to be published in the MkUf Arffvx, a newspaper printed and circulated ín county, three successivu weeks previous to said day oí hearing. (Atruecopy.l NOAH W. CHEEVEB, 1490 Judge of Probate. Estáte of John Keyer. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Wasbleiwv.-üAt a session of the Probate Oourt for the Coun'T of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office, in tl City of Aon Arbor, ou Monday, the tenth duy of Auguat, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-four. Present, Noah W. Cheever, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of John Keyer, de ceased. Leonhard Gruner, Adniinistrator of said eslate, comes int o court and represento that heisno prepared to render bis final account as such Administrator. Thereupou it ia ordered, that Monday, the ieventh day of September next, at ten o'cioci in the forenoon be aaaigned for the exatniiiirf and allowing such account, and that the hei at law of aaid deceased, and all orher persous interested in said estáte, are required to appenr at a session of said Court, then to be holden ut t Probate Office, in the City of Ann Arbor, in m county, and show cause, ii any tb ere be, why the sa account ahould not be allowecl : And it is furthJ ordered, that said Administra tor give notice to tlie persons intereeted in said estáte, oí the peudency o' said account andthe hearing thereof, bycausingnoop)' of this order to be published in the Michigan Af a newapaper, printed and circulating in said couDty. three aucoessive weeks previoua to said day oí' w& ing. (A trueoopy.) NOAH W. CHEEVER, 1491 Judire of Prubate. Estáte oL Charlea Behr. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, ü At a session of the Probate Court for the Countert Washtenuw, holden at the Probate Office in the City of Ann Arbor, on Tuesday, the elevcnth day of A11' gust, in the year one thousand eight himdred ai seventy-four. Present, Noah W. Cheever, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Charles Behr, ceased. Philip Bach and Anna Lonise Behr, Admin istrators of said estáte, come into court and reprf sent that they are now prepared to render their övv account as such Administrators. Thcreupon it i ordered, that Tnesday, the fifteentl day of September next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for examining and allowing such accounts, and that the heirs ut law of said deceaWi and all other persons iiiterested in said estatft are required to appear at a aession of said Courtthen to be holden at the Probate Office, in the W of Ann Arbor, in said County, and show cause, if an? there be, why the said account should not be m' lowed : And it is further ordered. that sa Administrators give notice to the persons interested in said eatate, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to w publiMhedin the Michigan Argus, a newspaper printw and circulating in said County, three successive wes preriouB to said day of hearinp. (Atrneoopy.) NOAH TV. CHKEVEB, 1491 Judf i of Piobat. SherifFs Sale. yTATE OF MICHIGAN, Washtenaw County, By virtue of an execution issued out of and ' der the Beal of the Circuit Court for the county"' Washtenaw, and to me directed and delivered, against the goods, chattles, lands and tcnements oj Matthew C. Dubois, I have this twenty-öiird day o' May, A. D. 1874, seized and levied pon all '?' right, title, and interest Matthew C. Dubois tías, i and to the following lands, to wit : The southt quarter of the southeast quarter of seotion non' ', mneteen : Uso east half of the northeast quarter w ection thirty. town three south range three eM', in the township of Sharon, Washtenaw county, ot of Michigan, which above described property I s""" expose for sale to the highest bidder, at the sonto door of the Court House, in the city of Ann ArooT' on the flfth day of September, A D 17J, te s'clock a. M. of said day. Dated, July 29, 1874. 148td II. FIEMTNG, Sheriff. yAXÊ NOTICE. I have this day employed Mr. Clark, who, for tnjs )ast20yea. has had charge of the Cook s Hotei Jarn, and Farmers or others who wish their orJr ed and watered aceording to orders, at reasona; ate, mllfind the " Old Reliable " at tbe Monitor ivery Btable, Cor. Hurón and Second stroets. Ann Arbor, May 14, 1874. J. V. OREGOET, Prop.


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