Sheriff'fl Sale. BY VIRTUE of onc writ of execution i:sued out of and under the seal of the Circuit Court for the County of Washtenaw, to me directed and delivered, I did oq tha 3d ilay of Januaiy, A. D. 1876, levv uponall the right, title and interest of Jacob F. Miller and Cathariue Miller in and to ttie following described real estáte siiuated in the Couuty of Washteuaw, State of Michigan, to wit : The oorth half of the west half of the north east uuarter of section nuniber tweuty-nine ; also the north west quarter of the northeasi quarter of nection 30, exeeptsix acres of}' from the south end thereof ; also ihesoutheast quarter of the southeaat quarter oí Bectton 19; also tbe northwest part of the east half of the northeast quarter of seclton 2!, bouuded as follows: commencing at the north wst corner of said nut half of the northeast quarter of section y, running thence south lorty roda, thence east to the center of the River llaisin, theuce northwesterly along the center of said River Kaisiti to the u'orth line of said tectton ''J, theuce west tloug the section line to the place of beginning, supposed to contain fifteen acres and forty square roda of land ; also that ]j;urr-l of land knowu and describid as being a parcel of laud taken olf' from the east slde of the Pluinmer farm, on the east side of the territorial road, (socalled) the west line thereol befrig the center of said territorial road, said parcel of land containing one acre of land, more or less, and being a part of the eaat part of the nertheaat quarter of section 29, all in township four south of range foureadt, containing 1d all one hundred and thirty and a quarter acres, more or less, in Washtenaw County, State of Michiigan. Which above described property I shall oifer for sale to the highest bidder, at the south door of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan, on the 39tfa day of April, A. D. 187C, at 10 o'clock a. h, of said day. Dated, March 10th. 1Ö7G. 1673 M. 1-LKMIN;, Sheriff. Real Estáte for Sale. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Wasbtenuw, sa. In tbe matter of the eatate of Florian Muehlig, Senior, deceased. Nutice is Ut reby tiivtjn, that in pursuano ot an order grant ed to the undersigned adininistrator de bonit non, with the will anuexed, oí the ui said deceased, by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the county of Washtenav, on the eventh day of Mnrch, A. D. 1876, theie will be sold at public vendue, to the highett biddert at the south door of the court house in the city of Arm Arbor, in the couuty of Washtenaw in said Statu, on Saturday, the iiixUi day of May, A. D. 1876, at tea o'clock in the forenoon of that dfiy (subject to all eucumbrac8 by mortgage or otherwise exiutiDg at the time of the death of said deceustd) all the right, title and interest of the said deceaued in and to the following described real eatate, to wit : All that oertain tract or purcet of land situated in the city üf Ann Arbor, county of Washtenaw, State of Michigan, known, bouhded and dencribed as folIowh: Commencing on the west line of aeciion thirty-tlirt't, in townslup two, touth of range nix üiwt, at a point foor chains and flfty links north of tbe quarter post, and running thence north on said line four chains and forty-one link.i ; theoce east parallel to the east and west pimrter line twenty-two chains, ninety-eeven link to the centre of the Ypailanti road ; thence south-eusterly along f-iid road so far that a line running west parallel to the quarter line will strike the place ot beginniug; and thence west on said line, and on tae north line of land sold to C. Ëberbach and L, Duvis, to the pl;ce of beginnint;. Also un undivided interest in all thnt piece or parcel of land situuted in the township of York, county of Washtenaw, State oi Michigan, commencinK ata stoii'; planted for the corner at a poiul hearing south sixteen degrees west twenty-nine and a half links from a red ouk tree thirty inches in diameter, being on the west half of the south-west quarter of section twentyeight, in aid township of York, and running thence south one degree west alon; the west side ot the bighway, five chains and tlnrty-one links ; thence south twenty-eight dBrees west two chains; thence south eightj-eight degrees west, two chtiins and ten linke; thence north twelve and a halt' degrec-s west four chains and sixty two links ; thence tii'ty--ight degreee east live ei ;iina and seven links to the place ot beginnintr, containing two acrett, and including iiitt all between tbe closin line in the whole parcel and the center of Saline river, Aluo all of the west half of the northeast quarter of ection thirtythree, township four south of range sixeast, which lies south of the center of the Saline river as it crosses Baid section thirty-three, containing sixtyone acres and sixtyseven one-hundredt's oí an acre, according to an actual survey made in January, 1871, by Samuel Pettibone, surveyor. Dated, Marcb 7th, 1876. EMAKÜEL MANK, Administrator de bonis non, with the will anuexed. N. B.- The assíguee oí J. Muehlig Sc Bro., also the attorney in íact oí Mary Muchlig, will join in aaid sale in in order that the purchaser or purchasers may get a perfect title. D. CRAMER, 15T3 Awigneeand Attorney. Mortgage Sp.le. DKFAULT having heen made fn the conditiom of a certain mortgagfl made and extCUted b Viola B. K'tliin.-uïj. of Lansing, Michigan, to PhUi] Bach, of the city of Aun Arbor, Michigan, hearing date the twenty-sevonth day of April, in the yeai oí our Lord one thousaud eight huiidred and aeventv-one, and recorded in the office of the Registei of Deeds for Washtenaw county, Michigan, on the 4th day of May, A. 1). 1871, at 12 o'cïock M., in lilnl.". of raortgages, on page 91, on which mortgage there is claímed to he due at tlie date of this notice, for principal and interest, the aum of one thousand and eitfuty-sereu dollars (31,087), together wiih an attdmey's fee of thirty dollars should any proeeedings he taken to foreclose the same, and no proceedings at law or in equity havine been instituted to recover the same, or any part thereof: Notice is therefore hereby givcn, that by virtue oí the power of sale in .said mortgage contained, and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on Sati;rday, the third day of Junk, A. D. 1876, at the south door of the court house in the city of Ann Arbor (that being the building in which the Circuit Court for the couuty oí Washtenaw is held), the promises described in said mortgage, to satisfy the ainount due thereon, with said attorney's fee and costa uud expenses of sale, to wit : AH that certain piere or parcel of land being three rods in width cast and west, and fronting on the south end on Washington street, and six rods in length north and south, and being in the southwest corner of a piece of land fornierly sold by Alvin V. Chase to Philip Bach, and by Philiu Bach and wife this day to Viola H. Robinson, ana situ'ated in the city ol Ann Arboi, Michigan, cxceptïng ten feet of land on the east side of the land described therein to be used by the owner of the adjoining lot as a right of way. Datëd, March 10, 1876. PHILIP BACH, Mortgagee. Ity Attorney. Estáte of Caroline Mil Ier. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, na. At a session of the Probate Court for the county of Waihtenaw, holden at the Probate utfice in the city of Ann Arbor, on Friday, the elevenUi day of February, iu the year one thouaand eight hundred and seventy-sir. Preaent, Noah W. Cheever, Judee of Probate. In the matter of the eBtate oí Caroline Miller, minor. Leonhard Oruner. guardián of said estáte, comes into court and representa that he is now prepared to render bis final account as such guardián. Thereupon it is ordered, that Thursdaj, the sixteenth day of March next, at ten o'cloek in the forenoon, be agsigned for examming and allowing such account, and that the next of kin of Baid minor, and all other persons intereated in anid estáte, are required to appear at a session of said court, then to be holden at the Probiite office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, and nhow cause, íf any there be, why the suid account sltould not be allowed: And it is further ordered that aaid fruardian give notice to the persons intereated in said estáte, of the pendency of suid account, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper printed and circulating in aaid county three sucoessive weeks previous to said day of hearing. CA true copy.) NOAH W. CHEEVEU, 1570td Tttdg of Probate. Chancery Saïe. PUR8UANT to and by virtue of an order ol the Circuit Court for the County of Washte naw, in chancery, made on the thirty-Ürst day of December, A. D. 1&75, in a cause therein pending, wberein Charles Thayer is complainant, And Klnah W'. Morgan, surviving trustee of the Ann Arbor Land Company, is defendant : Notïce is hereby ffiven, that I huil aell at public vendue to the highest bidder, at ten o'cloek in the forenoon on the 18th day of March, löïft, at tbe south door of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor, all the fcllowing deecribed landa aitunttd in the City of Ann Arbor, in eaid County : Ixjts 1, 2, 3, 4, ;, and II, in block geven south, rnnge eight eaat ; ulso Iota 4, 5t6, 7, 8, 10, l!,and 12, in block neven aouth, and range nine east ; also, lot fi in block seven south, range eleven eaat ; alo, lot 10 in block seven south, range twelve east ; and also, lotu 5, 6, 7, &, and 9, in block seven south range ten enst ; also the aouth one quarter of lot nine, in block deven south, range nine east ; and the triangular piece of land, being about three quarters of an acre, in the northeast corner of section thirt y-two. Dated, January 18th, 1Ö76. l.rG6 J. F. LAWKENCE, Circuit Court Comm'r Washtenaw Co., Mich. 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Detroit , leave. i 7 00 10 30 2 ÓO 4 00 S 40 Iq 00 Va?ne JuDction, 7 5 11 17 3 32 i 53 6 37 10 60 YpaiUiiti. 8 32 11 40 3 50 5 27 7 U4 11 10 Auii Arbor, 8 57 11 65 4 13 5 45 7 45 11 27 Dexter, H 0 4 35 6 10, 8 10 Cheleen, b 40 4 53 6 23 8 30 aran Lake, lu 04 1 8 49 9 00 p.h p. M ' a. M. Jackson, 10 Si 1 10 4 4& 7 15 9 30 12 50 .M. Kalamazoo, 2 05 J 82 12 26 3 03 Chicago arrive, 8 10 9 n _ 7 00 U OOIMO EA8T. l:i.rTlH A.H. A.H. Y.TA. P. U. A. M. Chicago, leave, 6 00 8 30 5 16 00i Kalamazoo. 'lO 50 l' 10 i 80 Ï.M. ! A.M. A.M. Jaeknon, 2 12 3 42 7 üO 12 42 4 SS 8 M Orass Lke, ! 2 45 7 32 6 33 ; 1 20 Chetaea, 3 IC 8 00] 6 50 10 4! Dextei, 3 26 8 18 ' 6 08 10 5Í Ann Arbor, 3 52 4 63 8 37 2 00 6 28 11 15 Ypsilauti, 4 20 5 10 8 &! 2 20, 6 48 ; 11 30 Wuvne, 4 45 i 28 9 23 2 40! 7 08 11 4) Detroit, arrive, ' 6 45 6 16 10 151 3 SOJJ 00,12 31 Sunday excepted. iSutmday and Himduy eiGepted. tDaily. WM. B. 8TRONG, Gen'l Sup't, Chicago. H. B. LKDYAHD, Aast. Oen'l Supt. Detroit: DETROIT, HTLLSÜALE & INDIANA ItAILROAb GOINO WEST. -1875 - OOINO EABT. TATloa. Mai.. Kxpj stations. Exp. Mail, A. M. P. M. Detroit, dep... 7:0;i 5:40 A. M. . M. YpBilanti . . . . 8:32 7:04 BanVers 6:20 2:05 Nnline 8:30 7:40 HilUdale ... 5:45 5:15 BrMgewater.. 9:55 8:16 Manchester.. 8.37 3:58 Manchester. 10:20 8:22 Bridgewater 9:10 4:17 Y. M. , Saline 9:30 4::if HilLidale l:"0 9:57 Vpsilanti... . 11:00 5:05 Banken. .. 1:15 10:05 ! Detroit 12:30 6:15 Traína run bj Chicago time. To take efieot Noy. 21, 1875. W. F. PAKKER, Sup't, Ypnilunti. LARCE ARRIVAL OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AT W. WAGNER'S Who Sells; Clothins; so Cheap t lüvt HO DEFIES ALL COMPETITION, All who are nressed with the hard times and desire A CHEAP SUIT Can find it at WAGNEE'S. A fine stock of Cloths, Cassimeres and Triuimings ahvays kept and Suits Made to Order. A Large stock of FURNISHING GOODS. "W W AGITES., 21 Souxu Main Sr. Ann Arbor. BLY THE jSÉtV Family Singer 241,679 Solrt ia 1S74! And 148,652 mure than were sold by its biaiieat competitor. WHILS THE Whoeler & Wilaon sold on) y 92,827 Howe Machine Co. stimated 46V900 Domeatio 22,700 Weed 20,495 Grover & Raker - 20,000 Remington la.ii'ii And so on down. tío it appears fmm the sales of the different Cunipautes i '..u THE SINGER Has More Frienls and Admirers Than all the others corabined ! MACHIES SÜLD OX EASY TERMS. All parties buying a Vinger snd wishiner to exchane it for s Howe or Kemiopton witbio threv montbs can do do without extra cost. I tuivtf also sfveral new Howe machiiK-s, a Domestic, and a nuniber of second hand machines in good order, wtiich can he hought rery cheap. The Tery best Needies for machines at 40 cents per dozen. S-t of four llentmers aud the Grinnell Binder for all machines, SI, 00 - the best set in tbe inarket, aud also atuchmentó for nearly all machines. i i„ Gitnf;LL, Actiit. ClüJ6} 2d door eustof Tontoflice, Aun Arbor, Miclu Ueneral Law & Business Agency Having tw-cured the exclnbive uwe of ROOTS ABSTK.Vrr RECORD BOOKS tor oount the y of Washtenaw, which they have ï'irefully revised, pottted rui parfected, and havinff, K'ith an und rt-hbiebuniness correBpondpnee, opened rGENEHAL BUSINKSS A(fiNCY tt No. 2ö EaBt Huron street, in the city of Ann Ar:xr, will attend promptly to the sale, purchse and Ciifii)L' of real estáte, the lnaning of raoney, colectione, neKotiations, contracting and conveyancnif, lito and ñre ipsurance, and to the practice of uw in the Tartoua oouits of this State. TRACY W. ROOT, B. F; GRA.KUER. Ann Arbor, May 1, 1&75. j .X IMIXJ HOISIS FOR SALE. A Urge and Yery well built bnck house, wit li Lwo or mure lotB. Two large fraracd houses. Alo ft good sized brick house and fruitte house ; and a mnall frame house on a good lot, intended for adding a f runt. For Bale on fair terras and a reasonable oredit. Alsoother buildings, lots, and property. mONEY WA."VTKI)Lo man y wishing to borroto money applj to rac that I cüh readüy obtainfor Inviers good satisfactory inrestments at ten per cent. intrent. E. W. MORUAN. Ann Arbor, Jan. 8 , IS 6. U64 MNHÖÖD How Lost. How Eestored I Just published, a new edition of Dr. CulvcrwelPti Celebrated Kssay on the radical cürk (without medicine) oí Sperxatoruhea or Seminal weaknes, Invoiuntary Seminal Losses. Impotency, mental and l'liygical incapacity, lmpedimentR to marriage, etc. , also, Consurnptiun, Epilepsy and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extrayagancf , Ac. ■#"" Fricf , in a sealed enTelope,only six centa. Tho eelebrated author, in tliis admirable Estay, ïlearly demunstratea, from a thirty yeurt' uucccssful praclice, that the alarming consequences of selfibuse may be radi' ally curcd without the the dan?eroui uae of internal medicine or the application f the knifc ; pointing out a mode of cure at once limpie, certftin, and effectual, by men nu of ■vhieh eTery Bufferer('no matter what his condition ntty be, may cure hiinseitcheaply, prirately, i. nd -adically. Br# This lecture should be in the hands of eve■y youth and every man in the land. Sent under seal, in a plain enve opa, to any adIresi, post paid, on receipt of six cenU ur two post tam pa. Addreu the publishera, F. BRUGMAN & SON. 1 1 Ann SC, New York, Post Office Box. 4536 END 23c. toe. F, RO?VKLL A CO., New York, 39 for pamphlet of I0U pages, containing liiU of ,000 newspapers, and eatimates ühoning cost of ad ertisiutr.