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Estáte of John G. Metzger. STATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw, as. At a scssion of the Probate Court for the ouuty ot Washtenaw, holden at the Probate OlHoe J in the city ol Ann Arbor, on Thursday, theüfth . iay of Uctober, in the year one thousand eight ( imndred and seventy sU. Present, NoaU W. Cheever, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of John G. ( Meizger, deceased. On readiug and filing thepetition, duly venfled, uf Michael Htierle, praying that a certain instrument now on file in this lïourt, purporting tobe the laat will and testament of said deceased, may be adraitted to probate, and thitt Newton Sheldon or somt suitable peraon may be appointed executor thereof, , Thereupon ït is ordered, that Monday, the sixtn day of November next, at ten o'elock ia the ■ forenoon, be assignad ior the hearing: of said , tion, nnd that the devisees, legateea and heirs at . law of Buid deoeaeed and all other persons intereatod in said estáte, are required to appear ] at a seasion of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Oftioe, in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cauee if auy there be, why the praj et ot the petitioner nhould not be granted : And it is ; further ordered that said petitioner give notice . to the persons interested in said estáte, of the ; pendency of aaid" petition and the hearing thereof, by caUBÍng a copy of this order to be publiahed in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper ■ printed and circulated in said eounty, three succeasive weeks previous to aid day of hearing. (A true copy.l . NOAH W CHEEVER, 16(Mw3 Judee of i'robate. Chanoery Sale. IS pursuance of the deoree of the Circuit Court for the County of Washtenaw, in chancery, made in the cause therein pending, wherein James Arnold is complainant and Isaac Crane, Sarah J. Crane, Seth O. Arnold, and Sophronia Dexter are delendants on original bilí, and wherein Seth O. Arnold is complainant, and James Arnold, laaac Crane Sarah J. Crane, and fjopuronia Dexter are defendants on croas bilí, and which decree beara date on the sixth dar of April, A. D. eighteen hundred and seventy-six, the undersigned, one of the Circuit Court (Jominissioners of said county ot Waantenaw, will sell at public veudue to the highext bidder, at the south door of the Court House in the city of Ann Arbor, in said oounty, on the eleventh day of November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, the following deseribed lauda and property viz : Situated in the city ol Ypsilanti, Michigan, and bounded as follows: commencing at the northwest corner of lot one hundrerl aud seventy-three (1731 on the south sidc of Oongreas street, ïuuning thence south to the southwent corner ol' aaid lot, thence, east íifty feet, thence north three rods, thence east to high water mark ou the west line of the Huron lliver, theuce up the west bank of the Hurou lliver at bigh water mark to Cougress thence west along the south line of ("ongress street to the place of begin - ning, or ao much thereof tin the umnner direcled by aid deoree) as may be necessury to satisfy the requiremcnts of said decree. Dated, September 23, 1876. JOHN F. LAWRENCE, Circuit Court Commissioner ior the County oí Washtenaw, Babbitt & Emekick, Solicitors for James Arnold. BKAKEH & CüTCHEON, Solieitors for Seth O. Arnold. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the conditions of a mortgage, executed by Andrew J. Suthorlaud Elizabeth T. Sutherland, his wife, to Kobert AWhedon, on the eiguteeuth day oí' June, A. D. 1875, and reeorded in the omce of the Register of Deeds for the County of Washtunaw and State of Michigan, in liber 53 of Mortgages, on page 106, aud afterwards duly assigned to Charlotte Whedon, on the twenty-sixth day of November 1875, which assignment was recorded in said Register's Office, for said county, o the twenty-eighth day of July, A. I). 187B, in liber five of assignmeuts of mortgage, ou page 228, by which dofault the power of sale contained in said mortgage has become operativo; on whicb mortgage there is claimed to be due, at the date ol this uotice, the sum of six hundrod and seventy-six dollars and sixty-seven one hundredths dollars, principal and interest, besides an attorney fee ol' twenly dollars, as provided iu said niortgagt!, and no suit or proceeding at law or iu equity liaving been instituted to recover the amonnt due on said mortgage, or any part thereof: Notice is thereiore heroby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, I sliall sell at public auction at the south front door of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor (that being the place of holding the Circuit Conrt for said county of Washtenaw), on Saturday the 30th day of December, A. D. 1876, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the following property described in said mortgage, viz : All of lot nuiuber six (6) in block umnbor seven (7), south of Huron street, range eleven (11) east in the City of Ann Arbor, County of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, said lot being ou the east side of Thayer street ia said city. Dated, Sjpleniber 28, 1876. CHARLOTTE WHEDON, Fkazer & Hamilton, Assignee of Mortgage. Attorneys for Assignee. Thorough-Bred Pigs AT A BARGAIN ! Intentling to make the raieing of thorough-bred pigs a spccitilty, we umlertook to keep several bretds, but, when iairly under wy, we flnd that each breed in itB varied conditions, agea, &c, requires ao many pasture lots aud feed apartuients, tha' we flnd it impraotloable. Theiefore flnding the Pol. nul Cfhina'a ire but littlc known in Michigan, we propOse to drop tlieto trom onr Iiat, by selling : Pisa, of good shippiig size, for $9 eacli or $15 a pair. Pigs, of extrn size, 100 Ibs. and over, Í20 each. A i'ewsplendid 8 to 12 months Sws in condttion to bc bred in November, at í 10 each. Sows, to tarrow soon, trom $50 to $00. Our slock ia juat the thiug for any one wishing to make a spccialty of breedinü Polund ChinaN, which in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, nnd Iowa are reíííirded willi mor1 tavor f han any other breed, haviiiB shorv legs and immense bodies for theii height. HALL BROTHERS. Ann Arbor, Sept. 12, 1876. KiOOtf Ij KIVRV. HH.I„ ATTOKNEY AT LAW, And dealer in Real Fstatc, Offioo, No K, Opera House Block, ANN ARBOE. Q B. PORTEK, DENTIST, Office OTerJohneon'a 1 lat Store, South Main Strnct, ANM ARKOR, M1CH. 15921 f My wife. EHtïbeÜl Armbmster, bas left my bed and" board, and having oomiuenced 'uit for div(H'ce against me, notice is hereby givcn to all persons not to trust her iu any way on my account, as I Bhall pay uo debts of her controcting aftel this date uuless consent is first obtainedof rue. Ann Arbor, Oct. 4th, 1876. 16'i3w3 JOHN ARMBRUSTER. ■piJÏE JOH PRIIÍTING & t ' -T AHUUS OFFICE. Estáte of Caudace M. Bowen. (VTATE OF MICHIGAN, Couuty of Washtenaw, 3 a. At a session of the Probate Court for the ïounty of Waehtenaw, holden at the Probate otiice in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, the tweutyttfth day of Sepeembtr, one thouaand eight hundred and seventy-six. Present, No Ah W. Cheever, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estáte of Candace M. BowBn, deceased. On reading andfiling the petition, duly verifled, of Newton Sheldou, praying that a certain instrument aow on file in this ( ourt purporting to be the last[ will and testament of said deceased, may be admitted to probate, and that he inay be appointed executor thereof. Thereupon ït is ordered, that Monday the twenty-third day of October, next, at ten o'clock in the foreuoon, be assigned for the hearing of eaid petition, and that the devisees, leñateen and heirs at law ol said decuased, and all other persons intergsted in said estáte, are required toappearat a session of said court, then to be holden ut the Probate office, in the city of Ann Arbor. and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer oí the potitiouer ahould cot be granted : And ït is further ordered thai aaid petitioner gíve notice to the persons int-eiested in said estáte, of the pendeney of said pttition, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argus, a newspapf-r printed and circula ted in said county three suecesaive weeks previoue to aaid day oí hearing. CAtruecopy.) - NOAH W. CHEEVER, lfüLw3 Judgeol Probate. Election Notice. Shehiff's Office, Ann Arbor, ï Sept. 6, 1876. ( To the Electors of Washtenaw County : ■ You are hereby notiüed that at the next General Eleetion, to be held on the Tueaday succeeding the tirst Monday jf November next, in the State oí Michigan, the foliow mg officers are to be elected, viz: A Govemor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor General, State Treasmer, Comniïsaioner of the State Land Office, Attoruey General, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and a Member of the State Board of Education, in plaöe of Witter J. Baxter, whosa term of office will expire December 31st, 1876; eleven Electora oi President and Vice President of the United States ; a Representativo in Congresa for the Second Congresöionul District of this State, to which this connty is attached ; a Senator for the Fourth Senatorial District, consisting of VashtEnaw county; also one Kepresentative in the State Legislature irom each oï the several Representative districts, as follows : First District- Augusta, Pittsfleld, Saline, York, Ypsilanti City and Ypsilanti Town ; Second District- Ann Arbor City, Ann Arbor Town, Northtield, Salem, Superior, and Webster ; Third District - Bridgewater, Dexter, Freedom , Lima, Lodi, Lyndou, Manchester, Scio, Sharon, and Sylvan. Also, a Judge of Probate, Sheriff, County Clerk, Lounty Treasurer, Register of Deeds, Prosecuting Attorney, two Circuit Court Commlssioners, a County Surveyor, and two Coroners. You are also hereby notifled that at said General Klection, the following Amendments to the Constitution of this State are to be submitted to the people of the State for their aduption or rejection, viz.: An amendmeat striking irom theCoustitution Seotion 47, Aiticle4, Legialative Department, which forbids the grant of licenue for the Bale of intoxicating liquors, provided for by Joint Resolution No. 21, Lawi of 1875; An amendment to Sectiou 1 . Article ö, relative to the salaries of Judges of the Circuit Oourt, provided for by Joint Resolution No. 28. Laws of 1875; And an amendment to Section 1, Article 20, relative to the amendmont and revisión of the Constitution, provided for by Joint Rtsolution No. '9, Lawsof 1875. M. FLEMING, Sheriff. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the condition oí" a eertain mortgage executed by Jacob Frederick Beek, of the city of Ann Arbor, county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, to Caroline M. Heunequin, of the same place, on tbc first day of June, in the year of our Lord oue thousaud eight hundred and seventy-four, and recorded on the second day of June, A. D. 1874, in Libor 51 of Mortgages on page 386, and there is now claimed to be due upon said mortgage aud the bond accompanying the same the sum of six hundred and seventy doílaiss and Öfty cents, ulso an attorney's fee ui' thirty-five dollars shouUl any proceedings be taken to fbreclose the same, and no proceedings in law or in equity having been liad 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 uiortgagc contained, 1 shall sell at public auction to the hïghest bidder on the twenty-eihth day of October next, at two o'clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of the Court House in the city of Ann Arbor, county aforeaaid, (that being the building in which the Circuit Court for said county of Washtenaw is held), all those certain pieces or pareéis of Inud sitúate and being in the city of Ann Arbor, in the county ol' Washtenaw and State of Michigan, and described as folloWB, to wit: Coiuinencing at the southeast corner of lot number eight in block number three south oí' Hurón street range one west, accordiug to the plat of Win. S. Mayuard's additïon, 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 liuks; thence west two rods ; thence south on the line of said lot oue chain and thirty-six links to the place of beginning ; also the tollowing paicel of land to wit: beginnmg at the southeasl corner of lot number eight (8) in block number threc south of range oue west in Win. S. Maynard's addition to the village of Ann Arbor, and ruuning north along the center line of raiige one west, oue chain and thiity-six (,1 ÓK) liuks, thence west parallel to the south line ol' lot numbereight (8) soventy-three and a half links (T]) ; thence south parallel to the ci'.nLer line one chain and thirty-six links (1.36) to the south lino of lot ttunber eight (8); thenue east along the soulh Une of lot nuinlmr eight 86.v6Oty-thr66. and a halt links (1']Á) to the place oí' beginning, coutaining out:(iMitTh ofan acre, and being part of' lots seven and eight in block numher three south ol' llunui street, range numberoue west. Also cummencing on the northwWt cofner of lot nnmber ten (10) in block nuiiitu r three anuth of lluron street rangeone west in William S. Mayuard's addition to the city of Ann Arbor, and running -west parallel witta the south line of said block eight rods to Third street; theuee south to the sim tb west, corner of aaid block about eleven rodh ; thence east eight rods to tht southwest corner of lol number nine , thence noKh ubout eleven iQds to the place of beginning, together wiih the free use of Uiü stream of water ruuniug aoross said land, with the exception, however, of a certain piec-' ot land, being anout oue-half of a lot, deedod by Jaeot Heniümann and wiíe to Challes Conradth, on the 2tith day of August, A. D. 1S52, said deed being recorded in lincr 38 of Deed, on page 17, in the office of the Register of Deedb of Waehtenaw Couuty. August 2, lf7fi. CAROLINE M HENNKQUTN, Morigagee, John N. (3ott, Att'y for Mortgagee. 1594 IASHIONABLÜ DEiKSS A1AKIN(;. Mrs. Wood invites the ladies of Ann Arbor nnri vicinity to eall at her Di'ess-Making lloom, oveï the store sf A. Bell, Washiugtou street. A ful linof new and Utftat styles of patterns coustantly on hand. (iuahty of work warranted, and pricoi made to suittue times. A share oí public pat roñaseis respectfully soheïted. Iylö78 THAEM FOE SALE! By instructions of Catherine E. Jamos we ofl'e; for sale tlie Patrlck üavanaugta lana oí' e{lit) acres inore or leas, iu Northlield '.' Who mis a (j.ioii liargain .' I Ann Arbor, August 25, 1 87fi . 1876. 1876. SaYBjfoiirJtoey ! W. WAGNER HAS JUST OPENED THE FINEST STOCK OF FALL AM) WINTER CLOTHING To he found in Ann Arhor, comprising all the NEWEeT STYLES AND PATTERNS; Which he ia otfbring at prlces that DEFIES ALL C0MPET1T1ÜN THE PLACE XO Bllï A CHEAP SUST Is afc WAGNER'S My stock of l?iece G-oods Will be found complete and oontains all the NËWEST DESIGNS. Sviits Made to Order. A Large stock of PDENI8UING GOODS. 21 South Main Sr. Ann Arbor. THE H1LL FARM FOR ALE. Adjoining the West line of theUity o! Ann Arbor, in township two south oí ranire six cast, comprieing tha east huif of the norlheust qimrter of section nineteen ; and thnt purt of tlie west half ol the weat half of the northwest qnarter of seotion twenty, ljing north of the tnrnpike; in 11 10 42-101) ncree, wit House, Barn, an (Jnfailing Spring of Water, And about flfty aoföd woll improved ; tiist cIhsh land and ituation bmutiful. Two-thirds ot the parchase money may remain on the Lam! thiue to flve years Forierms apply to GBO. E. HAND, ÜrH.J. BEAKKS, Detroit. Anu Arbor I574tL FOR 8AL5 ! 1 Stoue l.iintf, Wato l.imo, Clcve1 land Piaster, PltMtering Unir, eith ev at my Lim iv iln or ut my sxiop. jr, ri.iAD. FARMERS. WOOD WANTED f Lu exchunge for Salles, Etirucss, Trimks, Tr;iveliuy Haga, ílorse lilaukets. Whips, (iloves aud Miiteua, etc, at my Imruesa shop. J. VOLLAJID. "1E0RGE W. CKOPSEY, Late of the firin of Clark & Cropsey, and A. Kkarnky, Inte of Texas, under the firm uaiue of KEAttNEY & CROPSEY, Have established themaelves at No. 33 Sou tb ♦l;i ii S,, Anu Arbor, and propose to do general Crocery Business They will also keep CROOKERY, GLAS3 and WOODEN WARE, and a full line of D0ME8TIC and FOREIGN FRUITS. They haTe fitted and furnished A First-class Eating Department, Where Meáis can be had at all hours, or board bj the week. Casta paid for Hut ter, 1'gsn, unil all CMinirj produce. Goods promptly deliïeied in any part of the city. Remember the place. 33 South msin Street, KEARNEY & CROPSEY. Ann Arbor, April 26, 1876. 1580 THE ENEMY OF DISEASE ! THE FOE OF PAIN TO MAN AND BEAST. Is tbe Grand Old MUSTANG LINIMENT AVhich has stood the teat of forty years. 'J'here is no 8ore it will not heal, no Lameneus it will not cure, no Ache, no Pain that aöiictï the Human Body, or the Body ot a Horae or other do I mestic unhaal, that does not yield to ita magi2 tuueh. A bottle eoBting 55c., 50c, or $1.00, ha ol len snved the life of a human heing, and restored to life and uaef ulness man; a valutible hurse, niNSEY & ÖKABOLT'S BAKERY, GROCERY - AND - PLOÜR & FKEO 8TOKK. We keep oonstantly on nand, BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, ETC, FOR WHOLESALE ind RETAIL TRADE. We ahiill hIho keep a gupply ot DELHI FLOUH, J. M. SVVIFT & OO'S BEST WHITE WHEAf FLOUB, RÍE FLOUR, BUCKWWHEAT FLÜUK, UORN ME AL, FEED, &c, &o. At Wholesale and rbtiul. A genaral stock of GROCHKIES AND PROVISIONS contantly on himd, whioh will be sold on aa rea i-iu ible tevms as at any other house in thie city. Cash paid tor Butter, Eggs, and Country Vrotnce generiilly. Bar Ooods deliverod 10 any part of the city with out extra charge. KIIVSEY A M lililí I. Ann Arbor, Jan. 1. 187H. 1564 IOE SALE ! Throe Horses, thice platform Spring Waguus, with pole aud shafls, two Lamber Wagons, une Skeleton Wagon, Track Sulkey, Wood, Coal, and a nice Feathor lied. Ann Arbor, (Jet. 6th, 1876. 180Sm3 C. H. RH'HMUNll.


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