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Real Estate Sales

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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
September
Year
1875
Copyright
Public Domain
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Tho foüowiug tvansactions in real estáte lave been recorded in the office of the Regiser of Deeds tor Washtenaw county duriiig he past two weeks : Estáte of Ruby A. Hoskins to B. Beahan, ot on corner of Main and North BtluUtf, Ann Aibor, $000. Dmntha Green to Leonard ( i reen, 5 acres off ectiou 11, Webster, $500. Conrad Lehn to John D. Kief, lot 1, block 3, n south aide of Broadway, village of Mauhester, $4,064. Hiram Thompson to George Carmichael, 40 acres off section 29, Augusta, $700. A. IC. Partridge to John W. Johnson, lot 2' lock 5, Partridge's addition to Ann Arbon 45. A. A. Partridge to H. B. Masten, lot 3, block 3, Fartridge's addition to Ann Arbor, $45. John Bassel to J. B. Bassel, land in village of helsca, adjoining land owned by ïhos. Riley, 150. Laman H. Gray to Sally Hack, lot 4, Gray's econii addition to vülage of Milan, $100. Catherine Crout to Chas. Buck, lot adjoining Jmon Church, in village of Milan, $300. A. H. Markhara to Andrew Birk, lot on West eventh street, Aun Arbor, $3G7.5O. M. K. Bronson to Mehetabie Eaman, house nd lot on Ann street, near División street, Ann Arbor, 93,000 Wm. C. Green to Loren Babcock, 200 acres ft section 7 and 18, Lyudon, 4,0i0 Geo. W. Walker to Viola B. Kintner, house ud lot on First street, Ann Arbor, f 1,200 Conrad Seckinger to John Stepish, lot 3, lock 17, Chelsea, $325 Richard Beahan to George W. Hoskins, lot ornei Main and North streets, Ann Arbor, 500 Edwin Alohin to Charles Buck, lot and lackwnith shop in village of Milan, f 425 Andrew Shields to S. Snyder, 80 acres off ectiou 33, Webster, $4,400 Christopher Murhrle to Chas. Hoenes, 50 acres off section 36, Manchester, $1,500 Eleanor A. Champion to Isaac N. Conklin, 64 acres off section 12, Pittsfield, 98,600 Robt. Needham to Francis Gould, 64 acres ff neet ion 31, York, $3,000 Isaao N. Conklin to Geo. A. Bartlet, lot on ïamiUon streot, Ypsilauti, $4óO Chnstian J. Kelly to Henry E. Fullington, 0 aores off section 27, Ypsüaiiti, $600 ThoK. E. Markliain to Uarwin L. Deunis, lot , block 3, TiUage of Salem, $325 Bodv Found.- On Tuesday moming the body ot an unknowu man was found in the ïver, lodged against the dam at Cornell's nillrt, three miles above tlie city. The proper authorities were at once notified and the body was taken care of. All attempts to find out who the unt'ortnnate may be were unavailing o letters nor even a scrap of paper were oimd that would give the desired intormation. lis pockets contained ouly a portion of a handkurchief, a pen-knife and few matches. 3is clothes were an ordinary working suit but not much worn. The pants were of a light color and checkered, the coat and vest black, his shirt white and a black ribbon about his ïeck tuok tlie place. of a uecktie. No hat was ouud it haviug probably floated away. He wore a pair of low shoes which had evidently een cut down, and no stookiugs. His hair and eyes were black ; he wore uo whiskers or mustache, was about five feet and eight iuches in ïeight and would weigh about 175 pounds. No one has been missed from this vicinity, so far as is known, heuce the uniortunate man is probably a stranger, and must have met with tiis death accidentally, while crossing the railroad bridge about iorty rods f urther up the riv er S;eing some traiu coming he uudoubtedly feil into the water in his endeavors to get out of the way, and drowned, the water being quite deep at this poiut. His body was placed in a vnult by undeitaker Martin, and was buried ou the followiiis; day. A careful exami. uation of his person, and even a post mortem examination revoaled no markt of violence or iudicateí foul pliiy. Figures upon his handkerchiet indicated that he was a U-eruiau. Mack & SchmU's new stock of fall goods have arrived, and sliow a üue selection. ïhe stock is a very lai;;e oue, and judging from the pnces at which tliey are offured, must have been puichased at most favorable rates. Th nrm evideutly calcúlate on a huavy fa!l trade They are aelliug two-button AleX:indiia Ki( tiluve for uevauty-ttve cents,

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