By Rev. Wyllys Hall, at the residence of the brlde's fatlier, on Tuesday, Sept. 19th, Miss Belle I). Kellogg, to Myron Edsou, M. D., of Castleton, 13 I ED At the residence of her son, G. R. Williams, in Lima, on öunday morning, Öept. 17th, Mrs. Hannah H. Williams, widow of the late Gen. Asa Williams, in the 67th year of her age. Mrs. Williams emigrated froni Conway, Massachusetts, and arrived in Webster with 8. H. Mathewsandfamily in May, 1827. In 1830 she was marned to Ana Williams, with whom she lived until his death in 1869. After his death Mrs. Williams lived respectively with her children of whom four are yet living. Her eldest son occupies the jndieial bench in the Marquette district ; two sons own farms in Lima; her only daughter lires In I Bt. Charles, Miimesota. WASHTENAW COUNTY AGRICÜLTÜRAL AND HORTICLLTORAL SOCIETY, Premiums tor Trotting, $405 bday& thürsday, SEPT. 2T and 28, 18T6. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, TROTTING FOB GELDING OE MARES Owned in the County that have never trotted for inoney , Pnrse, $100. First Premium - $45 00 Second Premium, - - - 30 00 Third Premium, - - 15 00 Fourth Preminm, - - 10 00 DOUBLÉ TEAM RACE For Horses not competinj? as single horsea, and required to trot mside of 8 1-4 Minutes to entitle them to Premium, Punt, $70. First Premium, - - - $50 00 econd Premium, - - - 20 00 THÜRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. THREE MINUTE KACE, For horsen that have not beaten thret? minutes, and owned in tbe County, Purse, $100. First Premium, - - - $M 00 Second Premium, - - 35 00 Third Premium, - - - 15 00 2:33 MINUTE RAUE. Excluding Horses that have record oi 2:35, Furse, 135. First Premium, - - $70 00 Second Premium, - - - ■ 40 00 Third Premium, - - - 25 00 All entries for competition in trotting to b made with the Secretary, W. A. Lovejoy, and ten per cent. of the purse paid as entry fee before ten o'ciock ot the second day of the Fair, September 27th. The trials of speed will be governed by the rules of the National Aaaociation , and wiil be mile heata, beat three in five, in harneas ; at least flve entriea required for each purse, and tnree to Btait. SUPPLEMENTAL. CITIZEM' ASSOCIATION. FOURTH DAY- Friday Beptember 29, 1876. Trottine under the direction and control of the Citizena' Committee. 2:40 MINUTE RACE, PURSE, ?35O. First Premium, - - - $260 00 Second Premium, - I ' 0 00 Third Premium, - - - 50 00 RUNNING RACE HALF MILE HEAT8, BEST 2 IN 3, Purse, - - - $100 First Premium, - - - - 70 00 Second Premium, - - - - 30 00 FREE FOR ALL RACE. PURSE, $400. First Premium, ... 200 W Second Premium, - - - 100 00 Thdrd Premium, - - - - 60 00 Fourth Premium, - - 40 00 CO NDITIONS.- Rules of National Assoeiation to govern. Five entriea required in each race. An entrance fee of ten per cent, of the purse to be contested for to ba paid to the l'reaeurer, J. J. Parahall, at Agn Arbor, Mioh., on or before Satuiüay, the 23d day of September, 1876. Horaes "will be called promptly at 2 o'ciock, m. Heats may be trotted alternately. Any horae distancing the ñeld will be entitled to receive only Firat Premium. SACTSON PARKER, Pres. IV. A. LOVCJOÏ, Sec'y. 1876. 1876. Save Yonr MOney ! W. WAGNER HA8 JUST OPENED THE FINEST STOCK Oï FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING To he found in Ann Arbor, comprisini? all the NEWEeT STYLES AND PATTERNS, Which he ia offering at prices that DEFIES ALL COMPETITION THE PLACE TO HtJTf A CHEAP SUIT Is at WAGNER'S My stock of 3?iece Goods Will be found complete and contains all the NEWEST DESIGNS. Suits Made to Order. A Large stock of FUKNISHING GOODS. TV WAG1TEH, 21 South Main Sr. Ann Arbor. [T ENBÏR. HjXL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And dealer in Real Estáte. Office, No 3, Opera House Block, ANN ARBOR. JOHN I„ HUKLEIUH, Attorney umi Counselor at Law, 5 North Main street, Aua Arbor. Estáte of Plorian Muehlig, Sen. TATE OF MICHÍGAN, County of Washtenaw U ss. Atasession of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Aun Arbor, oa Friday, the fifteenth day of September, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-six. Present, Noah W. Cheever, Judge of Probate. In the niattter of the estáte of Floriau Muehlig Sen., deeeased. Emanuel Mann, adrainistrator de bonis rum with the will annexod of said estáte, comes into court and represents that he is now prepared to render hls final account as such administrator Thereupon it is ordered that Wednesday the eleventh day of Oetober next, at ten o'elock in the forenoon, be assigned for examiningand allowïng such account, and that the devisees legatees and heirs at law of said deeeased, and all other persons interested in aaid estáte, are required to appear at asession of said court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, and show cause, if any there be, why the said account should not be allowed : And it is further ordered that said adminrator give notice to the persons interested in said estáte of the pendency of said 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 said county three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. (A true copy.) NOAH W. CHEEVER, 1(l"ltd Judge of Probate. Eleotion Notioe. Shebiff's Ofïice, Asn Abbor, ) Sïpt. 6, 1876. j To the Electors of Washtenaw County : You are hereby notifled that at the next General Election, to be held on the Tuesday sucoeeding the first Monday of November next, in the State of Michigan, the follov. ing officers are to be elected, viz: A Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor General, State ïreasurer, Commisuoner of the State Land Office, Attorney General, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and a Member of the State Board of Edueation, in place of Witter J. Baxter, whose term of office will expire December 31st, 1 876 ; eleven Electors oí President and Vioe President of the United States ; a Representativo in Congress for the Second Congressional District of this State, to which this connty is attached ; a Senator for the Fourth Senatorial District, consistine of Washtenaw county; also one Representative in the State Legislature from each of the several Representative districts, as follows : First District- Augusta, Pittsüeld, Saline, York, Ypsilunti City and Ypsilanti Town; Second District - Ann Arbor City, Ann Arbor Town, Northneld, Salem, Superior, and Webster; Third District - Bridgewater, Dexter, Freedom, Lima, Lodi, Lyndon, Manchester, Scio, Sharon, and Sylvan. Also, a Judge of Probate, Sheriff, County Clerk, tounty Treasurer, Register of Deeds, Proaecuting Attorney, two Circuit Court Commlssioners, a County Surveyor, and two Coroners. You are also hereby notifled that at said General Election, the following Amendments to the Constitution of this State are to be submitted to the people of the State for their adoption or reiection, viz.: An ameridment striking irom the Constitution Section 47, Article4,Legislative Department, which forbids the grant of license for the sale of intoxicating liquors, provided for by Joint Kesolution No. 21, Laws of 1875; An amendment to Section 1 , Article 9, relative to the salaries of Judges of the Circuit Court, provided for by Joint Besolution No. 28, Laws of 1875 ; And an ameudment to Section 1 , Artiele 20, relative to the amendment and revisión of the Constitution, provided for by Joint Resolution No. 29, Laweof 1875. M. FLEMING, Sheriff. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the condition of a certain mortgage executed by Jacob Frederick Beek, of the city of Ann Arbor, county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, to Caroline M. Hennequin, of the same place, on the first day of June, in the year of our Lord oue thousand eight hundred and seventy-four, and recorded on the second day of June, A. D. 1874, in Liber 31 of Mortgages on page 386, and there is now claimed to be due upon said mortgage and the bond acconipanyiug the same the sum of six hundred and seveuty dollars and flfty cents also an attorney's fee of thirty-five dollars should auy proceedings be taken to foreclose the same, and no proceedings in law or in equity having been had to recover said sum of money or any part thereof; Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage contained, I shall sell at public auction to the highest bidder on the twenty-eighth day of October next, at two o'elock p. M. of said day, at the front door of the Court House in the city of Ann Arbor, county aforesaid, (that being the building in which the Circuit Court for said ounty of Washtenaw is held), all those certain pieces or pareéis of land sitúate and being In the city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, and described as follows, to wit : Commencing at the southeast corner of lot number eight in block number three south of Huron street range one west, according to the plat of Win. S. Maynard's addition, and running east on the south line of lot No. nine two rods ; thence north two rods east of the west line of said lot, one chain and thirty-six links; thence west two rods ; thence south on the line of said lot one chain and thirty-six links to the place of beginning ; also the following parcel of land to wit : beginning at the southeast corner of lot number eight (8) in block number three south of range one west in Wm. S. Maynard's addition to the village of Ann Arbor, and running north along the center line of range one west, one chain and thirty-six (1.36) links, thence west parallel to the south line of lot number eight (8) seventy-three and a half links (73%) ; thence south parallel to the center line one chain and thirty-six links (1.36) to the south line of lot number eight (8); thence east along the south line of lot number eight seventy-three and a halt links (73J4) to the place of beginning, containing oneteuth of au acre, and being part of lots seveu and eight in block number three south of Huron street, range nuraber one west. Also commencing on the northwest corner of lot number ten (10) in block nmnhfr thrce south of Huron street range one west in William S. Maynard's addition to the city of Ann Arbor, and running west parallel with the south line of said block eight rods to Third street; thence south to the southwest corner of said block about eleven rodis ; thence east eight rods to tho southwest corner of lot number nine ; thence north about eleven rods to the placo of beginning, together with the tree use of the stream of water running aoross said land, with the exception, however, of a certain piece of land, being about one-half of a lot, deeded by Jacob Heiuzmann and wife to Charles Conradth, on the 26thday of August, A.D. 1S52, said deed being recorded in liber 38 of Deeds, on pnge 137, in the ofHce of the Register of Deeds of Wasbteiiw Couuty. August 2, 1876. CAROLINE M. HENNKQUIN, Mortgagee. John N. Goxt, Att'y for Mortgngee. 1594 JARGE SALE OF Real Estáte ! By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for the county of Washtenaw, also by virtue of my power us AsBignee of J. Muehlig & Bro., and Attorney in fact of Mary Muehlig, I am now prepared to sell, and must eoon sell, the three-fourths interest in the entire real estáte of whioh Florian Muehlig 80 died seized, and the twenty-three twentyfourths interest in the "Muehlig Saw Mili prorerty." The store now ocoupied by Jaoob F. Schuh and the house and lot now ocoupied by Christina Muehlig are subject to the life interest of Christina Muehlig in the same. All persons wishins: to negotiate in relation to said property will pleaBe culi on me for further inlormation in relation to price, location, &c. Ann Arbor, Sep. 11, 1876. D. CRAMER, 1600w3 Assignee and Attorney in Fact. EDWARD DUFFY HAS JUST EECEIVED AN Entire HTe w Stock Of goode consinting of Teas, (toffees, SUGARS AND SYRUPS. Bought in NEW YORKfrom first hands FOE CASH, and is offering them ai VERY SLIGHT ADVANCB over New York Oost. Iso a full line of LADIE8 and GENTLEMEN'S WEAE in BOOTS & SHOES, Hats, Caps, and Straw Gooös, All of which he is offering VERY LOW FOR CASH, t pays everybody to buy their goods for Cash. Cali and examine goods and prices, and WILL INSURE SATISPACTION oods delivered to any part of the City free o charge. EDWARD DÜFFY. ' Maynard's Biock,-' cor. Main and Ann slreets .nn Arbor, Mich. THE HILL FARM FOR SALE. Adjoining the West line of the City of Ann Arbor, n township two south oí range aix east, comprising the east half of the northeast quarter of section nineteen ; and that part of the weat half of the west half of the northweat quarter of section twenty, lying north of the turnpike; in all 100 42-100 acreB, witb House, Barn, an (Mailing Spring of Water, And about flfty acresr well tmproved ; flrat class land and situation beautiful. Two-thirda oí the purchage money may remain on the land three to tive years. For terma apply to GEO. E. HAND, Or H. J. BEAKE8, Detroit. Ann Arbor. 1574tf n w loi.n mv hui ma fok sale. L Alargeand very well built bnck house, with two or more lots. Two large framed houaea. Also a good sized brick house and fraine house ; and a small frame hou.se on a good lot, intended for adding a f runt. For sale on fair terma and a reasonable credit. Alsoother buildings, lots, and property MONEY WANTED-80 many wibhing to borrow money apply to me that I can readily obtainfor tenders good satisfactory investmenta ten per cent. interest. E. W. MOKÜAN. Ann Arbor, Jan. 3 , 18"6. 1&G4 ö END 25c. toG.P, ROWELL A CO., New York, O for pamphlet of 100 pages, containing lista of 3000 newapapers, and eatiinates ahowing tiOHt of adTortislng, n EORGE W. CEOPSEY, Late of the flrm of Clark & Cropsey, and A. Kearnky, late of Texas, under the firm name of KEARNEY & CROPSEY, Have established themselves at No. 33 South lïiïn St., Aun Arbor, aud propose to do general Grocery Business They will also keep CROCKERY, GLASS and WOODEN WARE, and a full line of DOMESTIC and FOREIGN FEÜITS. They have fltted and furnished A First-class Eating Department, Where Meáis can be had at all hours, or board by the week. Cash paid for Huiler, Eg-gs, and all Jountry produce. Goods promptly delivered in any part of the city. Remember the place. 33 South Main Street. KEARNEY & CKOPSET. Ann Arbor, April 26, 1876. 1580 THE ENEMYOF DISEASE! THEFOEOF PAIN TO MAN AND BEAST. Is the Grand Old MUSTANG LINIMENT ■Vhich has stood the test of forty years. There is no Sore it will not heal, no Lameness it will not cure, no Ache, no Pain that attiicte the Human Body, or the Boly ot a Horse or other domestic animal, that does not yield to its magij touch. A bottle eosting 25c, 50c, or $1.00 has often saved the Ufe of a human being, and restored to hfe and usefulness many o valuable horse. TDINSEY & SEAB0LT'S BAKERY, OROCERY - AND - FJLOUR & FEED STORE. We keep constantly on nand, BREAD, CBACKEES, CAKES, ETC, FOR WHOLESALE and RKTAII, TRADE. We shall also keep a Bupply of DELHI FLOUR, J. M. 8WIFT & CO'S BEST "WHITE WHEAT FLOÜR, RYE FLOUR, BUCKWWHEAT FLOUR, CORN MKAL, FEED &c, &a. At Wholesale and retail. A general stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS constantly on hand, -which will be sold on as reasunuble terma as at any other house in this city Cash paid for Butter, Eggs, and Country ProSoce generally. ' Bar Goods delivered to any part of the city with out extra charge. ' . . . - UIKTSEY & SHAI1OIT. Ann Arbor, Jan. 1. 187B. 1504 T OFFER FOR SALE my Brick Store, corner of JL Hurón and Fourth streets, opposite Cook's llotel. This is one of the must dcsinible business locations iu the city, and will be sold at a barirain li8 JOHN ü. GALL. "