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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ' Iissnl.i lion. The copartnersbip heretofore existing under the name of C. Blisa & Sons is this day disolved by mutual consent, M. W. Bliss having withdrawn f rom Baid firm. All notes and accounts due the tirm ure to bo paid to C. Bliss & Son. Ann Arbor, March 15, 1875. O. BLISS, M. W. BLISS, G. BLISS. Co-partnersuip. The business heretofore carried on under the name of C. Bliss & Sons will hereafter be conducted by C. Bliss &Son. Ann Arbor, March 15, 1875. C. BLISS, G. BLISS. Registration of Electors. STATE OF MICHIGAN, . City of Amn Arbor, J ' The City Board of Registration for said city of Anu Arbor, hereby, in pursuance oí the provisión of an act of the Legislature of said State, entitled " Au Act to provide for a re-registration of electors in the city of Anu Arbor," approved March 12, 1875, gives notice that Bald board of registration will, by división, and assigument duly made, meet on Monday, Tueador, aud Wedneaday, March 29th, 8Oth, and 81st, A. Í). 1875, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, and remain in session froni nine o'clock in the forenoon until one o'clock in the afternoon, and from three o'clock in the afternoon until seven o'clock in the afteruoon of each of said days, iu the several wards of said city as follows : In the First Ward at Frederick Sorg's Shop, ou Washington street, in said ward. In the Second Ward at the office of TracyW. Root, on Huron street, in said ward. In the Third Ward at the SheritF's Office, in the Court House, in said ward. In the Fourth Ward at the office of Mosea Hogers, on Detroit street, in said ward. In the Fifth Ward at. the Shop of Geo. H. Rhodes, on Wall street, in said ward; and In the Sixth Ward at N. B. Cole's store flate McDonald's), on Orleans street, in said ward, for tht; purpose of ïuaking a new and perfect list, as near as may be, of all persons residing in such wards respeetively, qualified as electors under the Constitution of the State of Michigan, whereof section one of arücle aeven entitled "Klectious," is as follows: ' Section i. In all elections, every njale citizen, every male inhabitant residing in the State on the twenty-fourth day of June, onc thousand eight hundred and thirty-five; every male inhabitant residing in the State on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty, who lias declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States, pursuant to the laws thoreof, six months preceding an election, or who has resided In this State two years and six months, and declared his intention as aforesaid, and every civilizod male inhabitant of Indian descent, a native of the United States, and Qot a member of any tribe, shall be an elector and entitlod to vote; but no citizen or inhabitant shall be an elector, or entitled to vote at any election, unless he shall be above the age of twenty-one years, and has resided in this State three months, and in the township or ward in which he offers to vote, ten days next precedí ng such electiou : Prooidea, that in time of war, ïnsurrection, or rebellion, no qualified elector in the actual military service of the United States, or of this State, in the arm y or navy thereof, shall be depri ved of his vote by reason of his absence from the township, ward, or State in which he resides: and the legislatura shall have the power, and shall provide the manner in which, and the time and place at which, such absent electors may vote, and for thecanvass and return of their votes to the township or ward election district in which they rcspectively reside, or otherwiae." And saiu Board further gives notice that it is proviiird by the act aforesaid that when any registralion shall be completed ander the provisions thereof, the registry books prcviously in use in said city shall be deemed invalid, and that no person shaU thereafter be permítted to vote at any public election in any ward of said city whose name shall not have been entered in the new register made on such re-registration, or be afterwards lawfully and properly entered therein. Dated, Ann Arbor.March 13th, 1875. GEORGE H. RHODES, Chairinan Board of Kegistration, City of Ann Arbor. Franklin Cate. Secretary. C. BLISS & SOIT are now ready for the SPRING TRADE with an Elegant Stock OF New Goods eonsiating of CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SilTer & Platel liare and are offt'ring them at prices never before offered in the market. tíomethiug nt;w in TEA SETS and at a greut reduction from forraer prices. ï "ie'iii'iibr we li:i the I.;iriict Stock in tbe city. Cali and see for l'iliirsrlii'S. REPA1RING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE. C. BLISS & SON. 1522 Mortgage Hale. DEFAULT ha ving been made in the condition of i ïuortgnge exeeuted by George W. Havens and Mary Havens, his wife, to Charles T. "Wilmot, all of the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, duted the thirteenthday of April, A. D. 1870, and recorded on the üfth day of May, A. 1). 1870, at two o'cloek in the afternoon of thut dity, in líber 41 of mui tgages, ou page G16, upou which murtgage there íb claimed to be due at the du te of this notice the aum of one thousund live hundred imd forty dolltti-8, nnd uo suit or proccedins Kt law been inbtituted to recover the mortaged debt, or ttuy part thereof : Notioo ia thoreloie hereby given, that on Öaturday the twellth day of June, 1875,1 shall bell at public auction, to the hihest bidder, at tho öouth duor of the Court House in the city of Ann Albor, the mortjiaged premissen, or so inuch as will öatiyi'y the nmount due ou such morigage and legal costa and charífe of such sale, together with an attorney fee of twenty Üve dollurs, to wit : Lot nuinber five, blwk number eleven in Hiscock's addition to the ei y of Ann Arbor, county of Wanhteuaw and Stfttc of Michigan, excepL tour rods in width otf trom the north ide of aaid lot. Datcd Ann Arbor, March 19, 1875. LUS CHARLE8 T. WILMCT, Mortgagee. HWËLUNG HOUSKS FOB SAJLK. Alargeand very well built brick house, with two or more lotü. Twu large framed houae. Also a good sized brick house and frame houae ; and a Binall frame house on a good lot, intended for addingatroiit. For sale on fair terina anda reaaonable credit. AlHoother buildings, lots, and property. ITIONEY WA!VTKD--f5O many wUhing to borriiu) muney apply to me that I ean readily obtamfor tuiniers good satiüf actory investmente at ten per ceut. mu.t. K. w. M0KUAN. Ann Arbor, Aoril 23, 1873. U23ti tir . Ai)AFii day at home. Term free. AdJj)t t035-illdrw ö. bmN 4 Co., Portland, 1I. BUSINESS COLLEGE ANN ABBOB, MICH., Devotvd to the Practical Education of Young and Middle-Aged Men and Women. Day Classes throughout the year. Evening (jasses froin September to June. Instruction aecordinjí to the moet approved plana, and inoatly individual. Studente can enter at any time and receivo superior inatruction in liusineBs Penmanship, Commercial Luw, BusinesH Correspondence, Business Arithmetic, Single and Doublé Eutry Book-keepiny, Gniham's Standard Thonography, und Practical Telegraphy, Main line wireH pass directly throuffh the rooms of the Telegraphie Department, alfordinjf the student every advantage of 'Mctual Oííice Pnotice." The progresa of the student in Book-keeping is greatly facilitated by the use of a uew Chart entitled M Book-keeping at One View," just publiahed ! by the Principal of thiü College. Cali at the rooms during school houra, or ■ dres, C. E. POND, Aun Arbor, Mich. H9Stf Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the conditlon of a eerutin mortgage executed by Patrick Wall and Mary Wall, hls wil'e, to John Richards, on the ninth day of February, A. T. 1867, and reoorded in the oülee of Register of Deeda for the county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, In líber fe of mortgages, un page 626, by which default the power of Bale contained In sald mortgage luis become uperative, on whlch mortgage there ís claimed to Dfi due ai the date of this notlce for principal, interest and attomey fee as provlded for In sala mortgage, the sum of aix buudred and thlrty-one dollars and twenty-three cents, andrno snit or proceedingat law or iu equity baving been Lnstituted to recover the amount due on said mortgage or any pari thereof : Now therefore, notice is hereby glvea, thai i vlrtue of the power of sale contained in aaid mortgage tsball sell at public auctlon, at the Bouth froni door of the !ouri House, In the city of Ann Arbor, (that being the building In whieh the 'in-uit Courl for said county of SVashtenaw is beid) un the twelfth day of June, A. 1. L875, at ten a'clock in tint forenoon of that day, the following preznisea described in said mortgage, vlz: All that tract or parce] of land sltuated in the city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan, known and described as Lol thirteen 18), block tour (4) Qortta range four (4) east, known as tlic Lavery place, according to the recorded plai ol The rlllage (now city) of Ann Arbor. in said county of Washtenaw, and bo mucb or sucn parí or parte thereof asshalj be aeceaaary tosatisfy the amount due upon aaid morí ■ ■ Datud 12th day of March, A. I). 1875. JOHN RICHARDS, A. J. Sayvykk, Mortgagee. Att'y for Mortgagee. 1521 A PULL LINK - OF - Sewlng Machine beertjes AT WINES & WORDEN'S. 15Oltf


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