WOOL WANTEDI Or wliat is about the sanio thing, I want the money that buys it. Now as the lanibs are all shorn, and the price of wool estaDlished aod nu prospect of bei tig any higher, and I have had many and vory faithful promises of pay in wool time, tbus far but very few have beeii on time with those promises4 Now I sim pi y say to all delinquents who owe me ttiat the best thing they can do is to give this their tirst atti-ntion, espocially tlinsc who have let their bilis run from one to twoyears. All such may ex peet me to drop down on them like a bat on a bed bug. I will appear to you like a miduight assassln in an unexpected hour. Now I simply say to all those owing me, no matter how great or how sniall the ainount, to walk right up to the se ra ten nd pay me, or I shall lose no time in in viting you before a Justice Of the Peace. Now don't fooi yourselves by thinking hc won't sne me, or he is lying or jokiugabout this nmttcr. Neglect this and you wlll ftnd out about this jukiug. 1591 m2 M. BOGEKS. Northern Central E R. Co. MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE " CENTENNIAL." Through in 27 hours from Detroit, as per schedule of passonger trains below : [Via Canada Southeru Itailway.J Lcave Toledo, 6 10 iu 10 45 a m " M on roe, 6 52 p m 11 45 a ui " Detroit, G 55 p in 12 "JU p ut LVia Circat Western R'y] PM A M P M Leave Petroit, 6 25 4 20 12 20 [Via Grand Trunlt K'y] PK AH AU Lcavc Detroit, S 45 2 í0 7 3Ü [Via New Vork Central R. R.] AH AM PM PU Le. Niágara Falls, 4 00 T.V) 1 45 8 10 Suspension Hridtji!, 4 20 7 :t5 2 10 8 U0 BoflUo, 4 SU 718 150 9 80 Boeheoer, 7 30 S8SpmS30 12 20 a m [Via Nortberu Ctutral K'y.J AM PM PM AM AM Le. Canandaigua, 9 45 4 40 fl M 1 4i Penn Yan, ' 11 m 5 53 7 48 2 42 Watkins, 12-17 7 0(1 8:i7 :t 38 8 00 Ar. Havana, 12 27 7 09 8 4:1 8 08 Rlinira, 1 80 8 lu '.) 80 4 30 9 00 ïruy, 3 88 10 89 r, M 10 09 Minneiim, 4 09 11 00 ü 02 10 38 Williaiusport, S lu 12 X, 7 w 12 28 Northuniberland, 12 4 9 25 2 05 Sunbury, 12 M 2 00 9 35 2 15 HarrUUurg, 2 1:. 8 55 11 40 4 10 BalUmoie, 7 85 0 25 7 :v Washington, V 02 9 07 9 07 Pliiladdpliia, 7 (10 7 :ifl 8 :t0 7 20 New York, 10 10 10 25 G 45 10 20 I'nssengers by this route have the privilege of stopping ott' at any point, and of visiting Washington City without extra charge. Nodust. Koud thoroughly stone hallastcd, and ita passenger traïns are equlpped witli every known improveinent for the convenience and safety of passenge rs. The far-fanied Watkins "llen befng located on the direct line of Northern Central Kailway passenger can take it in on their route to tlio CeQ&nniu, by tiiki ni the Northern ileutral Uailway. }U snre your ticket.3 read via New York Central and Nui : t Ccutrul 1: 1 . Information given on application to Western Passenger Agent. l. M. BOYD, Jr., (Jen. Pass. Agent. Sam'l L. SkyM4)LK, Western fasseuger Agent, Buffalo, N.Y. liOltf DONALD MAC'LKAV, M. D., Physièian .nul Surif.-.jn. Oöici' and residence, 71 Hurfn Street, Ann Arbor. ottlce houra froui 8 to 9 a . to 2 to 3 p. u. WJ. HKRDWA'V, M. D., Phyicin and Sun'i-ciu. OtHce, Bonthwest corner Main and Huron SU. Resideuce, 48 Soutb stut.St. OfUce houra trom 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. T EPORT of the condition of the First National Bank of A nu Arbor At. Ann Arbor, In the State of Michigan, at theclose of buainess, June 3uth, 1876. BESOUBCES. Loans and Discounts, - - - $295,108.38 Overdrafts, - ... - :(93.4i; US. Bonds to secure circulation, - 150,000.00 Other stocks, bonds anti mor ;jage9, - 14,020. in Due froin approved KesTe Agent.s, - 82,803.76 Due from State Banks and iiankers, - 7,062.39 BmI BUsts, furniturc aud fiitures, - ÏS.OOO.OO Checks and other cash Items, - - 4,761.65 Bills of other National Hanks, - 2,8212.00 Kractional currency (inoluding nickfls), 732.84 Lenal tender notes, ... 27,710.00 Itcdeniption Fuud with U. S. Treasurer (Spercent. ofoircnlatlon), - - 6,750.00 Due Tumi L. S. Tivasurcr, other thau r per cent. redpinption fund, 1,000.00 Bills in transit, .... 302.00 SilverCoiu, ... 670.00 Sfi6S,280.S8 LIABILITIB3. Capital stock paid in, ... $l."i0,000.00 Surplus iuud, - ... .yj.OOO.OO Other undivided profits, - - 12,407.60 Naüonal bank uole otustanding, - 135,O0o.U0 Dlvidcnds unpaid, - - - 9,000.00 Individual deposits subject tocheck, 138,682.81 Demand certificates of deposit, 63,009.39 D. 8. Taxe8duIn Joly, - - 1,171.08 Notes and bilis re-discounted, - - 4,000.00 1668,280.82 State of Michigan, Oountyof Washtenaw, hs. I, Johnson W. Knïght, Csshlerof tin atnveiianied Bank, do solenmly swear that the above statement is true, to I in; bi'st of iny knowledge and belief. J. W. KNIGHT, Cuhier. SubsoribOil and sworn to beforo me this 18th day of July, 1876. W. A. Toi.chakd, Notary Public. Correct - Attest, K. WELLS, ) Pllll.ll' BACH, Director. JAMES Cl.KMKNTSJ HANCE WANÏ. Capital, - - $3,000,000. Assets Jan 1, 1876, $6,792,649.93. Loases Paid in 55 Years, $44,760,391.71. Surplus over all Liabilities, including Jie-Insurance Reserve, $4,735,092.86. Not Surplus ovor Liabilities, inclnding Be -Insurance and Capital Stock, $1,735,092.86. O. MACK, Agent, Ann Arbor. piNSET & SEABOLÏ'S BAKERT, GROCERY -ANDFLOÜR & FKKD KTORK. We keep constantly on band. BREAD. CRACKERS, CAKES, ETC., FOR WHOLESALE ano KKTAIL TRADE. We ahall aUo keep a uupply of DELHI F-L.OXJR, J. M. SWIFT Sc CO'S BEST WHITK VTHEAT FLOUU, RYE KLOUR, BUCKWWHKAT FLOUR, CORN MEAL, FEEÜ, Ac, &o. At wholesale and retail. A general stock of GKOCERIES AND PROVISIÓN constantly on hand, whieh will be aold on as rea8 on n ble term? as at any other house in this city. Cash paid for Butter, Egge, and Country Pro ince generally. 3riT Goods delívered to any part of the city with out extra churlo. iiïsi:v óc skahoi.t. Ann Arbor. Jan. 1. 187Ö. 1564 Chancery Sale. I?ï pursuance of the doeree of the Cireuit Court tur the County uf Wasutenaw in chuuetry, made in the cause thereiu pnnding, wherein Jame Arnold is eomplainaut and Isaac CraBe, Sarah J Crane, Seth O. Aruold, and Sophroniu Dexter ar defendante un original bilí, ana wht-ivm Seth O. Aruold is compluinnnt, and Jume AruoM, Isaac Crane Sarah J. Craue, and Sophronia Dexter ure det'endants on cross bill, aud which decree bears date on the sixth day of April, A. 1. eighteen huudred and seventy-Hix, the undersigned, one of the Oircuit Couit ConiínisBÍoners ot said county of Waahtenaw, will nvli at public vendue to t)ihighest bidder, at the south door of the Court House in the city of Ann Arbor, iu said county, on the fourth day of September next, at ten o'cloek in the forenoon, lúe i' olio win ff describid lands and property via : Situated in the city ot Ypailanti, Michigan,, and bounded as folio wa : commencing at tne northweat corner of lot on hundred and scventy-three 117-1) oo the south sid of Congre&B street, lunningjthence aouth to th southwent corner of said lot, thencc eaat üfty feet thence north (Uree rods, thence eaat to high watt mark on the weat line of the Huron Kiver, theueeup the west bank uf the Huron River at high mt;i ter mark to Congress street. thence west along the south line of Congress street to the place of hejaLning, or so much thereof (in the mtinntr directw by uaid decree) ad niay be necetsury to antinf y th. requirements of said decree. Dated July 2Oth, 1876. JOHN F. LAWRENCK, Circuit Court Coinmiaaioner tor the Cöunty o WaBhtenaw, Babbitt & Emerick, Kolicitor for James Arnold. BKAKES & CüTCHEON, Solicitors for Seth O. Arnold. Estáte of Robert Hammond, STATE OF MICHIGAN County of Wtwhtenaw as. At a session of the Probate Court for th county of Waehtanaw, holden at the Vrobate oitic in the city of Ann Arbor, on Tuesdaj-, the twenty seveuth day of June, in the yoar ono thousam eight hundred and seventy-Bix. Present, Noah W. Cheever, Judge of lrobate. In the matter of the estatu oi Kobert Hainmonc deceased. Henry A. Hammond, exeeutorof ihe last will n testament ot Baid duceasod, cornet) into court au representa that hu is now prepared to render hu tinal account as suoh executor. Thereupon ït ia orderöd, that "Wednosda, th tweuty tiixth day of July next, at ten oMock in the forenoon, be asúgned fur examining and allowiuj such account, and that the deviseeu, leñatees an heira at law of aaiddeceaeed, and all othci pvrsou intercuted in said estáte, ure reQuired to appear at a aeasion of said court, then to be holden at the Probate otfice, in the city of Ann Arbur, in said county, and ahow cauatj, if auy there b, why the said account xhould not be allowed: And ït is further ordered that said xecutor give noticr to the persons intreted in aaid etttnte, of the pendency of said accouut, and tbe hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argus, & newupapur printed and circulaling in uid oou nty three succesive wceku previuus to said day ot hearing. (A truu copy.) NOAH W. CHEKVRR, 1584w3 1 udge of Probate. öheriff's Sale. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Wasluenaw-, O bh. Chrietian Uoixworth va. Jacob F. Miller and Cathariue Miller. By virtue oí one writ of execulion issued out ol and uuder the seal of the Circuit Court for the county of Lenuwee, in the above entitied Ciiuae, to me directed aud delivered, I did on the llth day of July, a. d. 1876, lew apon all the right, title and interest of Jncob F.Mllïer' and Cathnnne Miller in and to the followinp deacribed real estáte situated in the couuty of waslitenaw, State of Michigan, to wit: The north hall of the W.--.1 halt of the noitheast quarter of section number twenty-uiue ; nlso the north wet quarter of the noithweat (juurter of section 30, except aix acre ofi from the south end thereof; altto the southeast quarter of the southeatit quarter ot Mection 19; alo the north west part of the east ha f of the northeast quurter of section -ji, bounded &s follows : commen'ing at the northwet corner of Haid cast half of the nortbeast quarter of Hection 29, running thence south Í orty r da, thence eaat to the center of the River Raiain, thence northwoeterly alonj the center of suid Ulver Raisin to the north line of said aection2, thence west along the section line to the plucn? of beginning, supposed to contain tiftecn acres and forty square rods of land ; alao bhat parcel of land known aud ueacribed mm being a purctil oí land taken off from the east sido of the Plumer f Arm on the eaat side of the Territorial Road (so called), the west lino thereof being the center ot gaid Territorial Komi, said parcel ot land oontaining one acre ot land, more or Iets, and being a part of the eaat part of the northeust quarter of the northwest qunrter of eection 2i, all ia towntownship tour south of nin_'r four eant, containing in all one hundred and thirty ;unl,' a quarter aeren inore or less, in Waahtenaw county, 8tate of Michigan. Whieh above described property I ohall ex pose for sale at public auctiou to the highest bidder at the sou Ui door of the Court Huae, in the citY of Ann Arbor, on the seventh day of September, a. d. 1876, at ten o'clock a. m. ot said day. DatedJuly 11, 187G. 1591td M. FLEMING, Sheriff. Sheriff 's Sale. ÜTATB OF MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw, ss. Mary Estey va. l.ewii Lainbom. By virtue of one writ of execution Usued out of and under the seal of the Circuit Court for the county of Washtonaw, in the above ontitled cause, tome directed and dehvered, I did on the 2Lth day of January, a. D. lSTti, levy upon all the right, title and intereRt of Lewis Lambtiru in and to the followinp describid real estáte situated in the county of Waahtenaw, State of Michigan, to wit: All that traot of land Hituated in the township of Iodi. county of Wushtenaw und State of Michigan, known, bounded and described as follown, to wil : The north part of the west half of the nonhweat quarter of section number two (2) iu townhip Lumber threo (?) south in range number Üve ;.ij east, iioiitaiuiiii.' about forty-four acres of land, Which above dosevibed property I slmll sell at public auction to the higheat bidder, at the aouth door of the Court Houve in the city of Ann Arbor, on the seventh day of September, a. d. 137G, at ten o'clook a. k. of aaid day. Dated July 11, 1876. 1691td M. FLEMING, Sheriff. lEORGE W. CROPSEY, Late of the firm of Clark Cropsky, and A. Kkaknkv, late uf Texus, under the firin name of KEAKNEY & CROPSEY, Have cstablkhed thcmselves at No. 33 Sou tb Miiln Nt., Au 11 Arlior, and propose to do general Crocery Business Thev wïll also keep CROCKERY, GLASS and WOÓDEN WARE. and a full line of DOMESTIC nnd FOREIGN FRUÏTS. They have fitted and furnitthed A First-class Eating Department, Where Mealscan bc had at all hours, or board by the week. Casi paid for Butler, Htfj m, and all Uuuutry produce. Goods prompt! y dflUvered ín auy part ol the city. Remember im place. 33 South Main Street. KEARNEY & CROPSEY. Ann Arbor, April 26, 1876. 1580 Sheriff b Sale. BY VIRTUK of one writ ot execution issned uut of md under the ar il of the Superior Oourt f Detroit, to me directed and delivered, I did on the üuth dny of May, A. D. 1S76 levy upon all the right, titlt mud iuterest of Olaia Uuackcnbush formerly Clara Sutherland) in And to tüe iollowitiK duticribed real estáte situated in tlie city uf Ann Arbor, County of 'Waahtenaw, State of Michigan, towit : The north twenty-one and a tiulf feet in width off lot nuraber (tve, block nummt un: outhof Huron street, in range four eiut, u saidcity of Ann Arbor with the heredita meute ;liereto beloning, and aIbo the use of the alley ilonx the east end of lote number ñve and Mx, in mïd olock ; ttlm Iota ten and eleven in block two Hirtli, range aix easttall in the city of Ana Arbor, Washtenttw Count-v, Ötutc of Michigan. Which ibove doscribed property I hall offer for aile to 'Vut highent bidder, at the aouth door of the Court House, in Ann Arbor city, on the ïüth day of July, . D. 187Ö, at ten o'clock a. h. oí said day. Dtited, lith, lKTti. 1587 M. FTjEMING, Sheriff. MnoiiE & Moore, Attorneys, Detroit, Mirh. THE H1LL FARM FOR SALE. djoining the Weit line of theCity of Ann Arbor, n townahip two nouth of rane six east, comprinn the faut half of the northeAst quarter of ecinii nineteen ; and thut part nf the west half of :ti f west half of the northweat quarter of section ;wenty, lying north of the turnpike: in all !0i lï-ioo acres, with House, Barn, an Unfailing Spring of Water, nd about Hfty act e wel! improved ; flrtt clas and and situation befiutiful. Two-thirda of the mrchae money may reonain on the land three to tve yi'ttrs. Kor terms apply to GEO. E. HA ND, OrH.J. BEAKK8, Detroit. Anu Arbor. 1574tf M O A day at home. Asrent wanted. Outfit PA and terms frae.TBUBft ÜO.. Augusta, Me PRICES REDUCED. New Excelsior Lawn Mower, Largest Salo or any Lnwu Mower In the World. It has boen adopted, and ctin be secn in practical operution, at Central Park, and all otlier City Pnrk, New Vork ; Government Grounds nd t'ity Parks, WaahinRton ; liostou Cominon, Boctton ; Prospect Park, Brooklvn ; and on almost every proinincnt Park throut;liout the United .States aud Canada. At the trUl held in New York City, on the 2óth of June, 1874. the New Excelsior wh awardcd the .First Premium, Bilver Medal, by the Ameri can Institu:, in ooinputition withall the different luvii mowers made in this country. Pricetifrüni 14 to $200. 15S0 EVEBY MACHINE WAKRANTE1). CHAJDBOKN & COLDWELL MPG CO. "Sendfor Circular. Newburjpli, !V, Y. 1ÏE ENEMY OF DISEASË7 THE FOE OF PAIN TO MAN AND BEAST. Is tUeOrand Old MUSTANG LINIMENT "Whicb haa tcod the lest of forty yenrs. There is nu Soro it Vr-jll not heal, no it wÜl not cure, no Ach, no Pain tliat aln'icte the Human Body, or the By ot a Horae or other doniestic animal, that doen uut y ir KI to its magij touch. A botUecoatinp 2&c., 60o,or$1.0ü, haa olten saved the life of a human heinp, and reBtored tu life nud usefiilnesk ui7 a valuuble horae.