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Estáte of John G. Metzger. STATE OP MICHIGAN, county oí Wahtenaw, ss. At a sesBÍon of the Probate Court for Ihe county of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Otíioe in the eity oí Aun Arbor, on Thursday, the flfth day of October, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy aïn. PreBent, Noah W. Cheever, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of John G. Metzger, deceused. On reading and flling the petition, duly verifled, of Michael fcitierle, praying that a certain instrumenf now on file in this Oourt, purporting tobe the last will and testament of s;iid deceased, may be admitted to probate, and that Newton Bheldon or aome suitable persón may be appointed executor thereof, Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the sixth day of November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be aasigoad íor the hearing of said petition, and that the devisees, legatees and heire at law of sftid deceaeed and all other personE ïntereated in said estáte, are required to appear at a aesaion of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner ahould not begranted: And it is further ordered that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county, three succeasive weeks previous to said day of hearing. (A true copy.J NOAH W. CHEEVEK, 1604w3 Judee of Probate, Chancery Sale. IN pursuance of the decree of the Circuit Court for the County of Washtenaw, in chancery, made in the oauae therein pending, wherein James Arnold is complainant and Isaac Crane, Sarah J. Crane, Seth O. Arnold, and Sophronia Dexter are defendants on original bilí, and wherein Seth O. Arnold ia complainant, and James Arnold, Isaac Crane Sarah J. Crane, and Sophronia Dexter are defendants on cross bill, and which decree bears date on the sixth day of April, A. l). eigüteen tiundred and aeventy-&ix, the undersigned, one of the Circuit Court Commissioners of said county of Wasntenaw, will sell at public vendue to the highest 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 described lands and property viz : Situated in the city oi Ypsilanti, Michigan, and bounded as follows : commencing at the northwest corner of lot one hundred and seventy-three (173) on the aouth side of Congresa atreet, ïuuning thence south to the southweat corner of said lot, thencO east flfty feet, thence north three roda, thence east to high water mark on the west line of the Huron River, thence up the west bank of the Huron River at high water mark to Oongress atreet, thence west along the aouth line of Congress street to the place of beginning, or so much thereof (in the manner directed by öaid decree) as may be necebsury to satifcify the requirements of said decree. Dnted, September 23, 187(5. JOHN F. LAWRENCE, Circuit Court Commiaaioner for the Oounty of Washtenaw, Babbitt & Emeüick, öolicitors for James Arnold, BEAKES & CüTCHEON, Bolicitors for Seth O. Arnold. Uijrisl ratioi) Notíce. NOTICE ís hereby given that eessions of the Boards of Registration of the several wards of the city of Aun Arbor, will be held in the respective wards of said city, for the purpose of registering new eleetors, on Tuesday, the 31st day of October, 1876, commencing at 9 o'clock, a m., aud closing at 7 o'clock p. in, of that day, at the (ollowingnamed places: First Ward- F. Sorg's shop. Second Ward- T. W. Koot's office. Third Ward, Sheriff's office. Fourth Ward - M. Roger's store. Fifth Ward- A. M. Dotp's store. BSixth ward- (Place íormerly) T McDonald's store. Also, that a session of the Board of Registration for the city of Ann Arbor, will be held at the Common Council room (in Fireruen's Hall) on Wednesday, the flrst day of November, 1876, froni 9 o'clock in the forenoon, until 4 oclock in the afernoon of that day, for the purpose of registering qualified eleetors, and for comparing, revising, correcting and completing the several ward registration lints. All persons who will at the coming election to be held on Tuesday, the; seventh day of November, 1876, be entitled to vote under the provisions of section 1 article VII of the constitution, and who have not already registered in the wards in which they now live, should register their names. By order of the Board of Kegistration, NELSON ,T. KYER, Chairman. Alonzo M. Doty, Secretary. Ann Arbor, Oct. 16, 1876. 1604w2 JFÖR SALE CHEAP ! THE new two stoiy frame dwelling house, just eompleted. Situated on cast University Avenue, the second house south from the Medical College. Sperially arranged for keeping Boarders, Roomers, or Club. Terms easy. Apply to C. H. MILLEN, No.4, S. Main St. For Sale Cheap ! THE large new doublé dwelling house, situated Cor. North and Fourth Sts, two blocks froni Court House. Enquire of C. H. MILLEN. BUILDING L.OTS A LARGE number of very desirable building lots, well located, for salo low, small payment down and long time given for balance if desired. C. H. MILLEN. A NEW Phseton Buggy for sale cheap. One of Arksey's best make. 15% C. B. MXXJLEXT. TARM POE SALE ! By instructions of Catherine E. James we offer for sule the Patriek CavanauRh farm of eighty acres more or les, in Northfield ? Who Wants a (jood Bargain 1 Ann Arbor, August 25, 1876. 16%m3 BEAKES &. CUTCHEON. Q B. PORTER, DENTIST, Office over Johnson's Hat Store, South Main Street, ANN ARBOR, (1 HU. 1592tf BrTsTsTFiÊTÖsr 714 Broaüway, N. Y.f Aiithor of Six Lectures on the Pr-vention and Cure of Oonmimption, Asthma, Heart Diseaeea, may be consulted at Finney's Hotel, Detroit, Mich., persontilly or by letter. He treatB all diseases of males and feinalea of all agfiö. Funiily Physician sent free, Oonaultations f ree. Dr, Fitcb'e means allow g-enerosity ia charlen. His fame ie for curing bad oases. May, 1876. 1884eowly FIANHgu.)#lSRINTING dne Rt Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the condition of a mortgage, executed by Andrew J. Sutherland Elizabeth ï. Sutherland, Gis wife, to Robert AWhedon, on the eighteenth day of June A D 1875, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for the County of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, in liber 53 of Mortgages, on page 106 and atterwards duly assigned to Charlotte Whedon' on the twenty-sixth day of November, 1875 which assigninent was recorded in said Registers Office, for said county, on the twenty-eighth day of July, A. D. 1876, in liber five of assignments of mortgages, on page 228, by which default the power of sale contained in said mortgage has become operativo ; on which mortgage there is claimed to be duo, at the date of this notice, the suni of six hundred and seventy-six dollars and sixty-seven one hundredths dollars, principal and interest, besides an attorney fee of tweniy dollars, as provided in said mortgage, and no suit or proceeding at law or in equity having been inatituted to recover the amonnt due on said mortgage, or any part thereof: Notice is therefore hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, I shall sell at public auction at the soutli 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 number seven (7), south of Huron street, range eleven (11) east in the City of Ann irbor, County of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, said lot being on the east side of Thayer street in said city. Dated, Saptember 28, 1876. CHARLOTTE WHEDON, ■.zult Hamilton, Assignee of Mortgage. Attorneys for Assignee. Election Notioe. Shebiff's Office, Ann Abbob, ) Beft. 6, 1876. ( To the Electora of Washtenaw County : You are hereby notified that at the next General Election. to be held on the Tueaday aucwsedins the firstMondayuf November next, in the State of Michigan, the follovung offleerB are to be elected viz: A Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor General, State Treasurer, CommisHoner of the State Land Office, Attorney General, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and a Member of the State Board of Education, in place ot ïtter J. Baxter, whoso term of office will expire December 31st, 1876; eleven Electora oí President and Vice President of the United States ■ a Representative in Congress for the Second CÓngressional District of this State, to whioh this connty is attached ; a Senator for the Pourth Senatorial District, oonsisting of Washtenaw countyalsoone Representative in the State Legislaturè (rom each of the several Representative districts as follows : First District- Augusta, Pittsfleld, Saline, York, Ypsilanti City and Ypsilanti Town SecoTid Districl- Ann Arbor City, Ann Arbor Town Northneld, Salem, Superior, and Webster ■ Thiri District- Bridgewater, Dexter, Freedom, Lima, Lodi, Lyndon, Manchester, Bcio, Sharon, and Sylvan. Also, a Judge of Probate, Sheriff, County Clerk, Lounty Treasurer, Register of Doeds, Prosecuting Attorney, two Circuit Court Commlssioners a County Surveyor, and two Coroners. You are also hereby notiüed 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 rejeotion, An amendment striking lrom the Constitution Seotion 47, Article 4, Legislative Department, which lorbida the grant of license for the sale of intoxicatmg liquors, provided for by Joint Resolution No. 21, Laws of 1876; An amendment to Seetion 1 , Artiole 9, relative to the salaries of Judges of the Circuit Court, provided for by Joint Resolution No. 28, Laws of 1875 ; And an amendment to Seetion 1, Article 20, relative to the amendment and revisión of the Constitution, provided for by Joint Resolution No. 29, Laws of 1876. M. FLEMING, Bheriff. Mortgage Sale. "TJEFAUIT having been made in the condition J-' of a certain mortgage executed by Jacob Frederick Beek, of the city of Anu Arbor, county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, to Caroline M. Heunequin, of the same place, on the first day of June, in theyearof our Lord oue thousand eight hundred and seventy-four, and recorded on the second day of June, A. D. 1874, in Liber 51 of Mortgages on page 386, and there is now claimed to be due upon said mortgage and the boud accoinpauying the same the sum of six hundred and seventy dollars and flfty cents, also an attorney's fee of thirty-five dollars should any proceedings be taken to foreclose the same, and no proceedings in Iaw or in equity having been had to recover said sumof moneyor any part thereof: Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power oí 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'clock 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 county of Washtenaw is held), all those certain pieces or parcela 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 : Coinmencing at the southeast corner of lot number eight in block uumber three south of Huron street range one west, according to the plat of Wm. S. Mavnard's addition, and running east on the south line of lot No. nine two rods ; thence north two rods aast 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 beeinning ; also the following parcel of land to wit : begiuning at the southeast corner of lot number eight (8) in block number three south of range one west in Wm. 8. Mavnard's addition to the village of Ann Arbor, and running north along the center line of range one west, oue chain and thirty-six (1 38) links, thence west parallel to the south 'line of lot number eight (8) seventy-three and a half links (73U) ; thence south parallel to the center line oue 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 (73U) to the place of beginning, containing oneteuth of an acre, and being part of lots seven and eight in block number three south of Huron street, range number one west. Also commencing on the northwest corner of lot number ten (10) in block number three south of Huron street range one west in Williain 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 rodb ; thence east eight rods to the Southwest corner of lot uumber nine ; thence north about eleven rods to the plaoe of beginning, together with the tree use of the stream of water running aoross said land, with the exception, however, of a certain piec of land, being about one-half of a lot, deeded by Jacob Heinzmaun and wife to Charles Conradth, on the 26thday of August, A. D. 1852, said deed being recoided in liber 38 of Deeds, on page 137, in the omce of the Kegister of Deeds of Washtenaw County. August 2, 1876. CAROLINE M. HENNECIUIN, Mortgagee, John N. Gott, Att'y for Mortgagee. 1594 ■pASUIONABLE DRESS MAKING. Mrs. Wood invites the ladies of Ann Arbor and vicinity to cali at her DresB-Mukinj Room, ovei the store Bf A. Bell, Washington street. A full line of new and ltest styles of patterns constnntly on hand. (iuallty of work warranted, nnd prioes made to suit the times. A share of public patronage is respectfully sohcited. Iyl678 SEND 25o. toG.P, ROWBLL A CO., New York", for pamphlet of 100 paares, containiug lista of 8000 newspapers, and estímate sbowiug oost ofadvertiBing. 1876. 1876. Save Yonr MOney ! W. WAGNER HAS JUST OPENED THE FINEST STOCK Oï FALLANDWIKTER CLOTHING To be found ih Aun Arbor, comprisinsr all the NEWEeT STYLES AND PATTERÑS, Which he is offering at prices that DEFIES ALL COMPETIT1ON THE FLACK TO BUY A CHEAP SUIT Is at WAGNER'S My stock of IPiece Groods Will be found complete and contains aU the NEWEST DESIGNS. Siiits Made to Order. A Large stock of FUKNISHING GOODS. TV TACITEU, 21 South Main Sr. Ann Arbob. THE HILL FARM FOR SALE. Adjoinlnj the West line of the City of Ann Arbor, in township two Bouth of range six east, coniprising the east half of the northeast quarter of seotion nineteen ; and that part of the west half of the west half of the northwest quarter of section twenty, lying north of t.he turnpike: in all 100 42-100 acres, witb House, Barn, an (Jnfailing Spring of Water, And about flfty acrO9 well improved ; flrst class land and situation beautiful. Two-thnds of the purchase money may remain on the land three to nve years. For terms apply to GEO. E. HAND, OrH.J. BEAKKS, Detroit. Ann Arbor. 1574tf FOR SALE ! Sloue Linie, Water, Cleveland Piaster, A Piaster! ng Halr, either at my Lime Kiln or at my shop. J. VOLLAISD. FARMERS. WOOD WAJSTTED In exchange for Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Traveling Bagu, Horae Wankel, Whips, (iloves and Mitteu, etc, at my harueus shop. 1. VOLLASD. UOOniS Q.EORGE W. CEOPSEY, Late of the firraof Ct,ark &. Cropsey, and A. Keakney, late of Texas, under the flrni name of KEAR1YEY & CROPSEY, Have estalilished themselves at No. 33 South 'Iniii St., Anu Arbor, and propose to do general Crocery Business SSSkSS J80 keep CBOCKEEY, GLASS and WOODEN WARE, and a full line of DOMESTIC and FOREIGN FEUITS. They have fitted and furnished A First-class Eating Department, Where Meáis can be had at all hours, or board by the week. Cash paiil for nutter, Tiirgs, and all Country produce. Goods promptly delivered in any part of the city. Beniember the place. 33 South Main Street. KEAR1VEÏ & CROPSEY. Ann Arbor, April 26, 1876. 1580 THE ENENWOMDISEASE ! THE FOE OF PAIN TO MAN AND BEAST. I tue Grand Old MUSTANG LINIMENT Which has stood the teBt of forty yearB. There is no Sore ït will not heal, no Lamenees it Ache, no Pain that XL the Human Body, or the Body ot a Horae or other domest.c ammal that doe not yield to its mag?2 touch. A bottle costinar Me., 50c, or $1.00, has ot toUfBT.nrt eïf? Of ahu""ein(fandre8toreU to Ufe and usefulness man, a valuable h.)r8e. jDINSET & SEABOLT'S BAKERY, GROCERY -ANDFLOUK. & FEED STORE. We keep constantly on üand, BEKAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, ETC, FOR WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE. We shall also keep a supply of IELHI FLOUR, J. M. SWIFT & CO'S BEST WHITE wïtfa p FL0MRfs?fl5-AT &O., &O. At wholéBale and retaü. A general stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS constantly on hand, which will be sold on as reaBiraable ternis as at any other house in this city faï&ïïri'" BUtter EggS' aDd COUDtry ruou'iTxSa'oïurge"3 ' "' Part f thecit wit Ann Arbor. Janyf Y %?' ÜOR SALE ! Three Horses, three platform Spring Wagons Jï ï P01611 shafts' two L""iber Wagons on aknicetÜFeaThegr0S'edTraC'C Sl"key' WüOd' ' d Ann Arbor, Oct. 6th, 1876 )6U3"3 C. H. RICHMOND,


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