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PRICES REDUCED. New Excelsior Lawn Mower. Largcst aje ol any Lawn Mowcr in the World. It has been adopted, and can be seen in practical operation, at Central Park, and all other City Park, New York ; Government Grounds and Uity Parks, Washington ; Boston Common, Boaton ; Prospect Park, Brooklyn ; and on almoRt every prominent Park throughout the United States and ('anada. At the trial held in New York City, on the 2fth of June, 1874, the New Excelsior was awarded the Kirst Premium, a 8ilvor Medal, by the American Instituye, in oompetition with all the different lawn mowere made in this country. Pricefrom 14 t,o 2OO, 1580 EVEEY MACHINE WARRANTED. CHADIJORX & COLDWELL M'FG CO. IWSend for Circular. KTewbargh, Jf , Y. Iwartled the Higheat Medal at Vienna. E. & H. T.7ÍÍTH0NY & CO. 691 Broadway, New York. fOpp. Metropolitan Hotel,) danufacfurers, Imitorters & Dealers in CHROMOS and FRAMES, STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS, Albums, Ghaphoscopes, and Süitable Views, w - - - i - '- -- _ w j -B a n %s dhnvHJJ I Lu n O Photographic Materials. We ar Headquarters for everything in the wsj of STEREOPTICONS fc MiIC MTEIlS. Being mauufactnrers of the MICR0-80IKNTIFIC LANTERN, STEREO PANOPTICON, UNIVERS1TY STEREOPTICON, ADVEKTISER'8 STEREül'TICON ARTOPTICON, SCHOOL LANTERN, FAMILY LANTERN PEOPLE'S LANTERN. Eoch style being the best of its cías in the market. Catalogues of Lanterns and Slides with directions for using sent on applicntion, Any enterprising man can make money with a Masno Lantern 1571 KF"Cut out this advertisement for referenee..Li pEORGE W. CROPSEY, Late of the fmu of Clark & Cropsky, and A. Kkarnky, late of Texas, under the firm name of KEARNEY & CROPSEY, Have eatabllshed themselves at No. 33 South mailt St., Anu Arbor, inid propose (o do general Grocery Business They will also keep CRO0KERY, GLASS and WOODEN WARE, and a full Une of DOMESTIC and KOREIGN FRUITS. They have fitted and ftirnished A First-class Eating Department, Where Meáis can be liad at all hours, or board by the week. Cash paid for Rutter, Erb", Jitxl all Country produce. Uoods promptly deliverel Ib any part o!' the city. Reinember the place. 33 South i'ffiin Street. KEARKEÏ & CROPSEY. Ann Arbor, April 26, 1876. 1580 SherifTs Sale. BY VIBTUB of one writ of execution ssned out of and under the anal of the Superior Court of Detroit, to me direoted and delivered, 1 did on the 2Uth day ot May, A. D. 1876, levy upon all the right, title and interest of Claia Quackenbush (tormerly Clara Sutherland) in and to the iollowing deBcribed real estáte situated in the city of Ann Arbor, Oounty of VCashtenuw, State of Michigan, towit : The north twenty-one and a balt feet in width off lot nnmber tive, block number one southof Hurón stieet, in range four enat, in said city of Ann Arbor with the hereditaments thereto belonging, and alBO the use of the alley along the east end of lots number five and six, in said block ; alao lots ten and eleven in hluck two north, range six east, all in the city of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, State of Michigan. Which above desenbed property I shall offer for sale to the highest bidder, at the sonth door of the Oourt House, in Ann Arbor city. on the '29th day of July, A. D. J876, at ten o'cloek a. m. ol aaid day. Dated, June 15th, 1876. 1587 M. FLEMING, Sheriff. Moobe & Moore, Attorneys, Detroit, Mioh. Kstate of Eichmond Minors. STATE OP MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw, ss. At a session of the Probate Court tor the county of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, the 12th day of June, in the year one thousaud eight hund red and seventy six. Present, Noah W. Cheever, Judge of Probate. InJ the matter of the estáte of Charlea H. Richmond, Mary A. Richinond, and Frederick S. Richmond, minors. Charle H. Richmond, senior, guardián of said minors comes into court and representa that he is now prepared to render his account as such guardián. Thereupon ït is ordered, that Wedneeday, the I 5th day of July next, at ton oVlock iu the forenoon, be assigned for examining and allowing such account, and that the next of kin of said minors, and all other persons interpsted in said es tute, are required to appear at a seasion of said pourt, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, and show mian if ittiv ttien' he whv i . unid anntnnf JmnM oause if any there be, why the said accouut should not be allowed : And it is i'urther ordered thut said (jwardian arive notioe to the persons inter ested in said eatate, of the pendency of mud account, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy ot this order to be published in the Michigan Argu$% a newspaper printed and circulating in said county, two succeasive weeks previous to eaid day of hearing. (A true copy.) NOAH "V. CHEEVER, 1587 Jndee of Probate. Estáte of Ludwig G. Miller. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, ss. At a session of the Probate Court lor the County of Watihtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Thursday, the eighth day of June, in the year on e thousand eight hundred and seventy-six. Present, Noali W. Cheever" Judgp. of Probate. In the mtttor of the estáte uf Ludwig C. Milïer, deccased. Heary Pau!, adinínistrator o( said estáte, comes iuto court a uil representa that be is oow prepared to render his final account as su administrator, Thereupon it is ordered that Wednesday, the twelfth day of July next, at ten o'clock ín the forenoon, be assigned for examiningand allowing such account, and that the heirs at law of said tleceased, and all other persons interested i u Haid estáte, are rejuired to appcar at a session of said court, tben to be holden at. the Probate Office, in the city of Anu Arbor, in saki county, and show cause, if any there be, why the Haid account should not, be allowed : And it is further ordered that said adniinrator give notice to the persous interested in aaid estáte ot the pon dency of said account and the hearing thereof, by causíng a copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argwt, a newspuper printed and circulating in said county, three successive weeks previous to said dav of hearing. (A true copy.) NOAH W. CHÈEVER, 1587w;i Judge of Probate. Chancery Sale. PURSTIANT to and by virtue of a decrefl of theCircuit Court for the county of Washteuaw, in Chancery, made on the 21st day of March, a. d, 1R7G, in ü, case theretn pending where Edward P. Evans ia comnlaiuaut, and Augustin H. Hotchkin and Sarah Hotchkin are defendants: Notice is hereby given tbat 1 shall sell at pabilo vendue, to the highest bidder, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, on the first day of July, a. d. 1H7fi, at the front or south donr of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor, all the followiug ik'scribed parctïlsof land, to wiL: Betag the oast kalf of the east half of the southwest ((uarter of seetion five (5), {.ownship (bui south of rauge six east, coutaiuing fortv acres be the sanie more or less ; and also the east half of the west half of the southwest quarter and the west half of the east half of the southwest quarter of seetion nuiuber flvp f5), township four south of range ríx (fi) east, in said county of Washtenaw, contaiuing eighty acres of laud more or Le, toifether wit.h t lic luinjditaumnta and ippurtenances tliereuuto belongiog or in any way appertaining. May 17( 1876. J. F. LAWRENCE, Circuit Court Commissioner, Washtenaw County, Michigan. C. B. Grant, Solicitor for Coinnt, 16S8UI ÍÓR SALE. I offer for aale sonte :■ iictcb of land, situated on section 19, Ann Albor Town, and on the west side of the Cornwell road, and about one half mile from the northwest corner ot the Corporation. Öee county atlas, page 56. l'rice low ana terina easy. Examine and cali BoonAnn Arbor, June 11, 1876. 1687 TRACY W. ROOT, Agent. Mortgage Sale. DKFAULT havlng been made in the conditiona of a mortgage, executed by G-eorge V. Brown and Mary E. Brown, his wife, to Sheldon Tomliuaon, dated the twentieth day of April. A. D. 1871, and recorded in the Oih.ce of the Register of Deeds for Waahtenaw County, Michigan, on the secoud day of May, A. D. 1871, in liber 44 of mortgages, on page 52, by which default the power of sale therein contained became operative, and no proceeding at law or ín equity having been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mcrtgage, or any part thereof, and the sum of twentythree hundred and eighteen dollars and ninetynine cenia beíng now claimed to be due on said mortgage, and forty dollaraasan attorney fee aa proviaed in aaid mortgage : Notice is tlïerefore hereby given that said raortarage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premlses therein described, or ome part theieof, viz : All of the following land, commencing twenty rods west of the southeast corner of aeotion twenty-nine, thence west on south line of Bftid section iourteen rod, thence north parallel with east line of said section, to the Bouth bank of the Ui ver Eaiaio, thence along aaid south bink in a northeasterly directíon to a point twenty roda weat of the east line of aaid section, thence aouth parallel with the east line of said section to the place of bearinning, contmning one acre and one third of land, more or lesa : Also, the following described piece of land, on which h flouiing mili now stands, namely: commencing at a point twenty-fiye and one half roda north of the aouth line of aaid aection twenty-nine, and twonty roda west, of the eaat line of Baid section, thence north parallel v:ith east line of said section eleven rods ; thence eaat ivi witn iiicBomii un; ui hh.hi Hfcwun iiinti itjuti, ihence aoutb parallel with the eaat line oí said section eleven rods, thence west parallel with south line of said secticn nine roda to tbe place of beginning, containing ninety-nine roda of land. And further witb the laat deacribed paroelof land isgranted, barguined, sold and remised tbe right to baild a dam on the river Raisin, and to flow back or tip s&id river to the west lino of said section twenty-nine , and tbe flrst i ight to draw sumcient water to drive two runs of mili stones and all the necesaary machinery tor srinding and flouiing purposes. The above grant barga in, sale and remise of water power is expreasly made aubjeet to cartain rentrictions and riihts made in a deed gïven by John W. Rioe and Mary B. Rice, bit wife, to Michaul Kappler, dated the flfteenth day of November iu the year one thouaand eight hundred and sixty-four; and recorded in the Register'a Ürtioe for Waahtenaw County, in libero? of deeds, on page 161, all ui said land being in township number three south of range three east, in Michigan, at public vendue, at the eouth door of the (Jourt Houae, in the City of Ann Ar bor (that being the place of holding the Circuit ('ourt for aaid county), on the twenty ninth day of July, A. h. l7t), at one o'clock in the afternoon. Dated, May 3d, A. D. I 876. ABBY H. T0MLIN80N, Guardian of Öheldon Tomltnson, ByAtt orney. Murtgagee. Mortgage Sale. WHKREA8 default haa been made in theconditions of a mortgage, made and delivered by Charles Wbeeler to Wiüiam Croaa, bearing date on tbe fourteenth day of November, A. D.1857, and recorded in the office of the Register of Reeds of the county of Washtenaw, in liber twenty-four ti Mortgages, page one hundred and aixty-two, on the tmrd day of December, A. D. .1857, and which aaid mortgage was afterward duly assigned by the said William Crosa to Margaret É. ThompHon, by deed of aasignment dated October 8th, A. p. 1868, and recorded in the aaid Regisler'a Office in liber three of assignmenta of mortgages, page live hundred amd fitty three, on the twelfth day of November, A. D. 1872, and waa afterwarda duly aasigned by aaid Margaret E. T hom pao n to Cordeliu C. Parish, by deed of assigninent, dated November 7th, A. D. 182, and recorded in aaid Register's Office in liber two of as&ignmeuta of mortgages, page 562, on the twelfth day of November, A D. 1872, and was afterward aasigned by said Cordelia C. l'arish to the undersigned John M. Prindle, by deed of aaaignment dated December lítth, A. D, 1874, and recorded in said Register1 Uttice in liber four of assi'rnments of mortgugea, page 509, on tbe seventeenth day of February, A I. 187&, by whicb said default the power of sale couti ined in said mortgage became operative, and theiumof sis hundred and ninety-four dollar and aixtocn cents being claimed to be due on s;tid mortgage at the date of thin notice, besidea the sum of twenty-flve dollars provided to be paid in said moregsge as an attorney fee on the taking of procecding for the torecloeure thereof, and no suit or proceedings having been hador instituted,either at law or in equity, to recover the sum secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof : Notioe ia therefore hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, or aome part thereof, vïz : All that pare el of liindknown as vi lage lot number aixty andsixty-one (60 aud 61), in Groaa and Bagley'f addition to the villnge of Ypailanti, Ín the county of Wasbtenaw nnd State of Michigan. And alao that parcel of land described aa coramencing at the southwest cornet of village lot number rixty-four fi4) in said addition; thence weaterly along the south side of an alley sixteen rds ; tüence southerly twenty rodï ; thence easterly sixteen roda; thence northerly twenty roda to the place of beginning, containing two acres of land, at public vendue, at the soutn door of the Court House, wheroiu the Circnit Court for the county of Washtenaw ia held, in the city of Ann Arbor, on the second duy of September nest, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. Dated, Ann Arbor, June 8th, 1876, JOHN M. PKINDLK, Beakes & Ctttcheon, Aaaignee of Mortgage, Attorneys tor Assignee. 158ti Mortgage Foreclosure. ■ 1RFAULT having been made in the conditions -l"of a mortgage, made by Jacob l'aul to Leonard C. Wallington, dated September ten tb, A. D. 874, reoorded September twelfth, A. D. 1871, nt i]4 o'clock p. m., in iiber 47 of mortgagea, on page 522, in the Kegister'B Office ol Waahtenaw oounty, Michigan, aaaigned by tbe aaid Ieonard C. Waljington to Christiftn Mack and Frederick Schmid, jr., by deed of asoignment, duttd October ló, A. I). 1874, recorded October 23d, A. D. 1874, in liber 4 of assignmente of mortgages, page 418, ín aid Registers Othce, and by the aaid Chriatian Mack and Frederick Schmid jr., assigned to Caroline D. Kuiler, by dned of aasignmeut, dated October 22d, A. D. 1874, recorded in aaid Register Office in lasL mentioned liber, ou page 419, October 23d, 1874, and bythe aaid Caroline D.FullurreBBfigned to the said Christian Mnck aud Frederick Schmid, jr., by deed of nssignment dated May 27th, A. D. 1M76, recorded on the 7th day of June, A. D. 187b, in liber 5 ot assignraents of mortgages, on page 18, whereby the power of sale therein conlained has become operative, and two tbousand ninp hundred and tifty-tour dollars and seventythree cents, beside twenty-five dollar as sn ftttorney fee, being at the date hereof claimed as riue tbereon ; ananoauit or proceeding, at law or in fquity, having boen inatituted to recover the sarae ur any part thereof, notice ia hereby given that said mortgage will be iorecloeed by a aale ot the mortgaged p remises, or Home part thereof, to wit : All that certain j:iece or parcel of land sitúate in the township of Freedom, in the county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, bemg the wettt hnlf V%) of the northeHst quarter iU) ot Bection number thiriy-six, excepting the twelve aeree on the southeast corner, heretofore conveyed to Adam Hross, at the aouth fouter) door of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor, oounty and tate fitoreaaid, on the aecond day of September uext, it noon. Dated, June 8t.h, A. D. 187fi. CHRISTIAN MACK FREDER1CK HCHMID, Jr. Aaiigneen. By Attorney of Aeeignee 156_ HPHE NBWEST 'AND ïïandsomest Visiting Cards IN NEAT CASES AT THE ARGUS OFFICE. I Mortgage Sale, TIEFAULT havingbeen made in the conditions Aof a certain mortgage, made and executed by Jane A. (iriffith, ol Ypsilanti, Michigan, to Sullivan M. Cutcheon, of said place, dated February the eleventh, 1869, and recorded in the Office of Register of Deeds of WashteoawOounty, Michigan, in liber 40 of raortgages, page 499, on same day t was executed, which mortgage was assigned by said Cutcheon to Mary E. deed of assignmeut, recorded in liber tbree of assiguinents of niortgages, at page 152, in said Eegister's Office, and there being claimed to be due at date of this notice, on said mortgage and the accompanying note, the sum of sixteen hundred and ftfty dollars; also an attorney feeof twenty-five dollars; and no proeeedings at law or in equity having been instituted to recover the, same or any part thereof: Notice is hereby given that under the statute, and by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage contained I will, on Satuiday the 22d day of July, A. D. 1876 at 11 a. m. of said day, at public auction, to the highest bidder, sell, at the south door of the Court House in the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, (that hoinp the place for holding the Circuit Court for sdtd CountT of VVashtenaw), the premises desciibed in sak! mortgage, or so much thereof as shall be necessary t satisfy said amount with costs and eipenses allowed by law. Said premLses are described as follows : The west half of lot seveu and eight, in hlorkfoursouth of Huron street and range eight easl, in Ihe city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and the right to cross and recross, with teams or otherwise, over a private alley twelve feet wide, off from the north side of lots seven and ten in said block four, aforesaid.- Dated, April 28th, 1876 MARY E. FOSTER, D. Ckamkr, Assignee of Mortgage. Attorney. iBO Mortgage Hale. WHEREAS William Vannickle, of Salem, in the Oounty of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, on the twenty-third day of December, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventyfour, executed a mortgage to Olney Hawkins, of the City of Ann Árbor, m said county and state, to secure the payment of cortain principal and interest money therein mentioned, which mortgaga wa recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds tor the County of Washtenaw, ou the twentyfourth day of December, A. D. 18T4, in liber 51 of mortgages, on page 280, which said mortgage was assigued by the said Olney Hawlcins to James Gahck, by written assignment, beuring date the fourth day of December, A D. 1874, and recorded in the said Register1 Office tor the County of Washtenaw on the 24th day of December, A. D. 1874, in liber 4 of assignments of mortgages, on page 465 : And whereas default has been made tor more than ninety daya in the payment of au instalment of interest due on said mortgage by reason whereof, nnd pursuant to the terms of 'said mortgage, so much of the piincipal eum as remains unpaid, with all arrcaiages of interest thereon, the option of the mortgagee or his assignee, became due and payable immediately thereafter ; and whereas the said assignee bat declared it his option and election, and does hereby declare it hi! option, and does Jhereby elect that the principal sum with all arroarage of interest on ald mortgage, sliall be considered due and payable now : And whereas there ia claimed to be due and unpaid on said mortgagü and the note accompanying the eame at the date of this notice, rlve hundred and Bixtysix dollars, for principal and interest : also an attorney fee of twenty-flve dollars provided for in said mortgage should any proceedinK be taker to foreclose the same in addition to all other leal costs : And no suit or proceeding having been Tnstituled at law or in e4uity to recover the ame or any part thoreof, notice is hereby given, that on Saturday, the eiglith day of July next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the south door of the Court House in the City ot Ann Arbor, m said county (said Court Houw being the plae of holding the Circuit Court for said County) and by virtue of the power of sale in aid mortgage contained, said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sle at publio auotion to the highest bidder, of the premises described in said mortgage, or so much thereof as may be necess&ry to satisfy the i.mount of principal and interest remaining unpaid, with the charges of sale and the attorncy fee aforesaid ; which said premises are described in said mortgage as follows : Those certain pieces or pareéis of land, situated in said city of Ann Arbor, known and described as follows, viz : hot four and the north half of lot flve of Brown and Bach's addition to the plat of the City of Ann Arboc aforesaid.- Dated, April 8th, 1876. „ _ JAMES GALICK, E. D. Kinve, Assignee of said Mortgnge. Attornoy for Assiguee. 157I Mortgage Sale. llfHIOREAS default has been made in the con dit ions of a certain ind enture of mort iraire made and executed by Nelson B. Cole and Klizabeth H. Cole, his wife, of the city of Ann Arbor in the Ccjunty ol Washtenaw, and State of Mlohigan, to Alpheus Felch, of the same place, bearing date the twenty-seventh day of December, in the year 1867, and recorded in the Office of the Uegister of Deeds for the County of Washenaw, in the 8tate oi Michigan, on the sixth day of January in the year 1868, in liber 37 of mortgages, on page 784 ; and whereas by said default the power of sale therein oontained bas become operative, and the sum of six t housand scven hundred and thirteen dollars are claimed to be now due and unpaid on said mortgage, and the promissory note therein mentioned, and no auit or proceeding at law or in cquity has been instituted to recover the debí, remaining secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof, notice is therefore htreby given that on Satukdat, the twenet-bixth day of August A. D. 1876, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the south door of the Court House, in the city of Aon Arbor, in said county and State (said Court House being the place of holding tho Circuit Court for said county), and by virtue of the power of sale contained therein, said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale at publio vendue, to the highest bidder, of the mortgaged premises described in said mortgage, or so much thereof as may be necessury to satisfy the amount of principal and interest remaimng unpaid. with the costs and charges of such sale : Said premises are described ia said indenture of mortgage as follows, to wit All those certain tractsorparoels of land situated in the city of Ann Arbor aforesaid, known, bounded and described as tollotvs, viz. : Being lot number two(2),three3}, and four (i), in Picnic Grove, accordiug to the plat of said grove, made by W. Weeks, and recorded in the Office of the Register of Deed lor the County of Washtenaw and State aforesaid, being situated on the south si Je of the road called theMiddle Ypsilanti Road, and boundlas follows: Beginning at a point in the middle of said road one chuin and flfty (ÓO) links south forty-four (44) degrees thirty (30) minutes east of a poiut where the center line of section twentyeïght (28), town two (1) south of range six (8) east crosses the said Ypsilanti Itoad ; thence south iortyfour (44) degrees thirty (30) minutes east flve fo) chaius and twenty flve f26: links along the centre of said road ; thence south iorty-two 142} degrees west on the line betweenlots four (41 and flve f.', flve P) chuins and sixty-eight (68) links to the north line of lots thirteen (13) ; thenoe north seventysix and three-fourths (76%) degrees, wist sixtytwo C62) links to landsowned by Ransom S. 8mith ■ tlieuoe north two (2) dogrees, west along the line' of said Srnith's land one (1) chain and seventy-flve (75) links; thence north forty-four (44} degreis thirty (30} minutes west three (3} chaina and nfty (50) links; thence north l'orty-one (41) degrees flfty f60) minutes east four (4) chains and eighty-five (85} links to the place of beginninif This conveyance is made subject to the rieht of Joseph D. Baldwin to conduct water in pipes across the above described premises in the highwav Dated June 1, A.D. 1876. ALPHETJ8 FELCH, 1685 Mortgagee. WJ. HEBBHIAM, M. ., Physician and Burgeou. Orflce, sonthwest corner Main and Huron SU. Residence, 48 South State St. Office hours from 10 to 12 a. u. and 2 to 4 í m


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