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28
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June
Year
1878
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Marble Works ! - OFANTON E1SELE, Corner Detroit & Calharine Sts. - UK ALKE8 IS - Monuments &Gravestones Manutactured of i'ureign and American GKANITE and MARBLE. OUT BI'fLIIl.M; A.I ARTiril'lAL S1UE MHuufHcturki ou short uoiice. Pricea low and work warranted to give satiefaetion, 1689y 1 JE T N A. IN8URANCB ÜOMPAE Capital, - - $3,000,000. Ansots Jan 1, 1876, $6,792,649.98. Losaes Paid in 55 Yesrs, $44,760,391.71. Surplus over all Liabilitiee, including Ke-InBurance Renerve, $4,735,092.86. Net Surplus over Liabilities, including Re-Insurance and Capital Stock, $1,735,092.86. V. .HACK, Agent, Aun Arbor. OINSEY & SEABOLT'S BAKERY, GKOOERY - AND - KLOtJK &. KKEI STORE. We keep constantly on nnod, BREAD, CRACKKR8, CAKES, ETC, POR WHOLE8ALE and KKTAIL TRAOE. We xlmll niu keep a supply ot DELHI FL.OTJR, J. M. 8WIFT OO'S BE8T WHITE WHBAT FLOUE, BYB FLOUR, BUCKWWHEAT FLOÜE, CÜRN MHAL, FEED, Ac, o. At wbolesale ana retail. A general tooit of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS constantly on hand, which will be sold on as reaonnble terms a at any otber house ia tnie city. Ciwh paid for Butter, Eggs, and Country Proiooe generally. W3T Uooda delireren 'o any part of the city with out extra oharire. KIXSH V A SEABOLT. Ann Arbor. Jan. 1. 1878. 1X4 HR. M. GOLDxIAN, Wishes to state that he is now locatd at Ro. 170 Michigan Avenue, Detroit, where can always be found a full and complete stock of HUMAN HAIR UOODS, of all lecription8, to which the attention nf the Indien is eapecially iurited. 4 Combings rooted and workcd up in rery style, by a ruw and superior proces, for 50 cents per ou nee. Ladie.V aud gent' wis made to order on short notice. Orders by mail bulicited and will receive prompt attention. Ladies' and gente' c&st off garmenU aud wearing apparel taken in exrhange. My Motto : Satfsfactïon in price and quality or no py. M. GOLDMAN, 170 Michigan Avenue, Detroit. N. B.- Mr. Goldman has had unlimited experieiirr ii, the human hair businesa for over 18 years. GIVE HIMA TRIAL. The CROWNING GLORY Ib the unly Cooking 8tove in the world with the Bafcinf Oven Kxtendiiic Rearward. and over the rear extensión bPortaplk Pl&nishkd Oofpkr liKBEnvoiK. It in maBufactutvd only by 8HERMAX S. JEWETT & CO., Hufialo and Detroit. None but the (enuine articlea have tbe name "Crowning Glory." For aale by one enterprisin dealer in every place, lt ia tbe only Stove ín the world with a Warming Oven onIer the Firebox, and front door opening OTur a detachable sbelf in front. Buy the only Cooking Stove ever madg tixnctly suitable for the Fnrmer'b mh.-. 1687m6 Ücan make money faster at work for nu than at anything eli. Capital not required ; we will start yon. $12 per day at home made by the induntrious. Men, women, .boya and girli wantod everywhere to work for us. Now ia the time. Costly otittit and terms free. Addreatt Tui y. ie Co., Augusta, Maine. ÜVERYBODY KN0W8 THAT Clock, Watches, Jewelry, and SilTer Ware are geuerally bought on long time, but the caah buyer has an adrantage orer the long-time purebaaer of from 15 to 25 per cent. Aa all of oor noods are boiight and sold for cash, we give our customers the benefit of it. Alao bear in mind that goods in this line Have fallen fully 25 per cent. during the past year, but aa our goods are all of recent purchase you get all the beneflta of it. You would be astonishedto seehow eheap we are aelling Watchea, Jewelry and Silver Ware, but the way to find out is to eall in and take a look at them . Remeinber we keep The Largest Stock of Spectacle in the County . Alao a large stock of Hilrr Plated Knives selling at bargaius. ftST Repairing, aa usual, neatly and proinptly done atreaaouable rat at the old stand, No. 11 South Main Street. C. BLI88 & SON, Agent. 1684 ni3 0BBEB VODB LETTEB.HE1DS, Kote-Headi, Blll-Head and btAUmaat at itn Aaaus Omca. I New Goods GRAND OPENING -OF- SPRING CLOTHIE! AT- Wm. Wagner's. SPRING STYLES IN CAURIS AND WIIRS'IW to be made to order at 21 South Main Street, A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED ! NEW GOODS! And price LOWEK THAN KVER. I have pnrchased in Nw York. for oish, and I um now dnily rrci-ivini; one of the lurifHt and most seleot stocks of Uroceries iu Washteunw Countr, connsting of a f uil nnd well select ed LINE OF TEAS, AH of the new erop - includiug Iuuwm iir, Imperiale, VuDf Hfnona, Mrwii, Japans, IuIiiiik, KorIllUHIk-., ( UIIOU-, SOIK IO1IK.. ,;d I u uil kil) , Together with a full ofCOfFEKS, oonsiítiDg of Ihe fullowiug bronda: MOCHA, OLD OOV'T.IAVA.MAKAOAIBO, LAHVA VUE.8ANTOH aod Río, both ronstnl And round ; full aud well slec-ted tock of SUGARS, SYRUPS AND MOLAS8ES, Tojfethar with everythiii(f iu the line cf Pur Hpices.Cauued fruit, and Vegetables. W hnve a full and complet" line of BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ULOVES And Hosiorjr. Also, a choice aasortmeiit of Ludios' and Oentlftnif n's Cuderwear Cali aod examine Oooda and l'rioes and we will inauresatUfacticn. KDWARD DUFFÏ. " Marnikrd'a cor. Main aod Ano t reet Ann Arbor, Mioh. kWHIfbeat cath pric paid tot all farm RAILROADS. MK HUÍAN CENTRAL RAILROaÏ7 MAY 1?, 1878. inlNO WCKT. .TATIOSS. S ÍÍ (■'- 5} P_ L_ : öfl_ ;___ 6" i. m. a.m .n. p. m. p.u nr Detroit, lenY.e, ! 7 00 n : 4 4r, o 50 6 a : i. T. Junction, T IS 10 CKl B 00 8 0.Ï 6 36 u, il WayneJunclion ; 4ü 10 26 S 32 :; y) ; 1(l !„ 'J Ifpsilanti, 8 10 10 45 6 00 ;; 6) ; ?j6 S Oeddes, - : L. ' m Ann Arbor, 8 30 II 00 0 30 4 os 3 10 TTöT Delhi, s 44 6 4S " 21 Dextt-r , 8 6f! 6 58 4 22 8 31 ' Chelsea, 9 15 7 08 4 40 8 45 rusa I.Rke, 8 SOj 7 3ü 0 05. 1,7 P. M Jackaon, 10 20; 12 15 8 00 6 OU 9 411 loï' Albion, II 04 li 18 g 6 47 10 38 ï Mainhall. 11 30 1 30 -' o 7 15 11 DS 1 Í f. M. St ' Battle Crtek, 12 lïf 7 4.r 11 36 2 u (ialesburg , -i 62 s 08 12 e; A.M. AM Kalamazoo, 1 18 2 38 4 S0 8 20 12 24 ! t, Lawton, 1 64 5 05 1 os . Deoatur, 2 11 i 20 1 27 L)owa({iiic, 2 38 5 46 1 57 Nile, 3 05 4 07 (i 90 2 38 TT Buchanan, 3 19 , 0 4:; " Three Oaks 3 4:1 ; 1;; New Buffalo, 4 u3 4 67 7 2 3 40 IZ Michigau City, 4 30 5 20 7 i.i 415 T Lake, S 18, 6 02 8 40 i 04 s J KenBington, 6 05 6 ÍO 9 10 i ,-,;,-, !S Chicago, arrive, 6 60 ï 40 i 10 Sir! 6 45 , SOING EA8T. I í Iiillíl A.H. A. U. V. M. p.j! Z!T Chicago, leave, ; 7 11O 9 00 4 00 Í 14 , Kensinglon, ; 7 50 9 50 4 60 6 05 1 Lake, 8 40 10 30' 5 4.1 ,; M Ú 5 Michisan City, 2.5 11 10 li ; ; 401,í; New Buftalo, 9 47 u n n 57 - S Three Oaks, 10 02 - - 7 IS , BucUanan, 10 S2 ; 18 t!L Nilen, 10 4S 12 16 8 12 9 0 15 3S Dowagiae, 1115 8 40 iS Decatur, U 'M 9 05 -. 1 Ï! Lawton, 11 57 9 28;a. m. " KalamazrH), 12 33 1 40 10 00 1; 50 10 26 9 1' Oalesburf?, 12 62 . 7 09 2 Battle (irerli, 1 27 2 18 M M 7 40 11 08 3 Marehall, 2 26 3 00 f 8 10 il 87 Tï Albiun, ' 2 "2 8 21 A.M. S 35 ij 05 ) I-, ■Iiu-kron, :l 45 4 l.i 5 40 9 36 IS .VI 4 s. Gras Lakr, 4 OS e (-7 9 80 Ü Chelse, 4 40 6 31 10 07 Dexter, j 00 1; 47 10 18 Delhi, 5 10 e 5" Ann Arbor, 5 Í0 5 1U' 7 10 10 33 2 04 ! is (iPddes, j 28 _ Ypsilanti. j 88 5 24 7 27 10 45 2 20 ( 45 Wayne Jlinr., 6 02 ó 45 7 62 11 05 2 44 1 M (i. T. June, 6 89 6 16 8 25 11 30 3 40 745 Detroit, Ar., ü 48! 6 30 8 40 11 45 8 35 OO #Sundav'B excepted. .iatitrday and Sundav m pted. tDaily. H. B. LEDYAED, Gen'l 8upt., Detroit. H. C. Wkstwoktk, Oen. Paas. Agt-, Chicago. DETROIT, HII.LSÜALE " AND SOUTHWKSTERN RA1LROAD. To take effect May 12, 18!8. OOINU WKHT. HOIVe tin, aTATlOMt. Mui.. KJ'. STATIONS. . : ,_: A. 7t. V. M. ' YpBilantl.... !:1". 7:40 ■ '. Hiiiiin-, ... i):2;"i 8:10 BankerB ó-l.T. -j-jii Bridftewatèr.. S):47 8:28 Hilludale .i:45 fctj Mui..),. :(!■. lo:2i :48 Manchester. . :3.i );]s p.m. Bridgewater :io i;; Hillsdale 1:00 10:30 Saline 9:5u 4js Banken 1:10 10:40 Ypailanti.... It-io :J TraiuK run by Chicago time. W. F. PARKEE, 8up't, Ypeilmtil ■ A Al4 SOUTHERN K'Y LItS. Vy Only Amt'iicHn Route Through Caamlj. Tr.iins leavu M. C. IÍ. R. Depot, Detroit, city ihne, t follova i Atlamic Ksprc-, daily, -1 m a. ni.. W'aoer car to Boston. Kast Day Expres, daily, 12 10 neon, Wagocr cr to New York aud Boetou. Lfajhtntug Bzpre, dslly ezcept Sandiy; 11 10 p, rOj, Wagaer car to Buflaio and Koehestfr.' Toledo traína leave 7 50 a. ni. except Siinday : :; I p. in. daily ; 6 50 p. ui. except Sundar, For layctto 6 30 p. ra. extrept 8viniay. ♦■ For iliionuation and tickets apply toO.V. Bharpless, agent M.C. li. R., Ann Atdot. W. K. MI.TR. tion'l Manager, St. ThomM, Oot. M. C. ROACil. Paaa. Agent, Detp.it. l'EANK E. SKOW, ;eu. Pi and Hekel Agt Detroit. FURNITURE! J. KECK & CO., iiAXUFACTURERS OF FÜRNITURi; OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Are non Ollerluy Great Itiiliicenirnii lo I'nrc liaseis. BUYERS WILL SAVE MONEY BY BÜYING THEIR FURNITURE DIreel of tht Mannfactnrers. Manufactory, corner of William and West Fourtli Streets. Salesrooms, 52 South Main and 4 West Liberty Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. iau Estáte ot John Thomas Fox. CJTATKOF MICHIGAN, County of Wasbtm. C? bs. At a session of the Probate Court fur t' County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate ■ in the city of Ann Arbor, 011 Tbitrsday, the thirteenth day of June, in the year oue tboinaiw eitfht. hundred and seventy-eigm. Present, WiMiani D. Harrltnao, Judgeoi Vrobite. 1 11 the nuiin ui the estáte of Thomu ro deceased. , On readlug and ñlingthe petition, duly verifiw.o1 Enuna Webb, praying that a RerUln -.trunie' now on lile iu this court, purportiug to be tP of the last will and testament of said deceasw. duly authentieatei, may be admitted to prot allowed, filed, and recorded, and that abe nuyt. appointed with the wiü annex ■ the tetate of said deceased. Thereupon it is ordcred, that Monday, "e eighth day of July uext, at umi ovlock ui the ftneuoon, be knnl tor the hearini said pclition, and that the devisees, legatei. und heirs at law of aid deceased, ano " other peruons interested in said estáte, are rtquired to uppear at a session of said eourt, theDf 1m! holden it the Probate Office iu the city of A Arbor, anti tihow cause, if any there be, W the prayer of the petitionttr should DOt " t;rantd: And it i further oi-dered thatsaio p'[itiouer ive uutice to the persous iuterested iu aid estáte, of the pendeucy of said ytiitioaita the hearing thereot, by causiug a copy of ibis or drr tu be puhlished in the Micltigan Arus, newspaper printed and circulated in safdcouniji ihree successive weeks previous to said day of bw ing. W1LLIAM O. HARRIMAN, (A truc copy) Judïe of Prolm'; Wa. (Í. Dott, Probate Kegister. Wui Estáte uf Tüoinas Burns. CTATi; OF MICHIGAN, Countyof IVashirn' ÍS .is. Ata session of the Probate Court mr v County of W'ashteuaw, holden at the Probate " dce in the City of Ann Arbor, on Vlnesrty. "' welfth day of June, ia the year one thou1"1 eight Imndrwl aud venty-eighi. Present, VVilliamll. Harrimau. .Imlge of Pro11" In the iiiaui-r .!' the estáte of Thomas bom', leceaaed. .,, .lolinC. Kfldkamp, adminUtrator wlth lh '" annexed of said estáte, comes into court so represents that he is uow preparrf to reader1' inal account a such almiuistrator withtbew' annexed. h Therenimn it ia ordered, that Wedneaday. '" tenth day of July next, at ten o'clocij '■ be forunoon, be assigued lor examining " owinissuch account, and that the devise. ' eaa and heirs at law of said deceased, and all ola lernoiiH interested in s:iid estáte, are reouired ' '. warat a session of said court, then to be hora""1 he Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor,"1 said county, and show cause, if any there be. he said account should not be allowed: An tl s furlher oniered that Klid administralor w he will annexed gire noticc to the peno""' ted in said estáte, oí the pendeucy oi 1U" account and the hearing thereof, by causing 8 lt this order to bc pnblished in the MMea -'?'"■ newspaper irintl and drculatlDg in "aid CJB! y hree succesive weeks previous to "aid lny WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN. ( A true co].y.) Judge of 1 '■ Ws. G. Uotï, Probate KagiaUr. lwi 1 Tl f fTbuine8 you can engaffe in. Ij ' 'j J L V'l'por üay mado by ny orker of eitb'' rip.A I .rlghtintheirownlowIiOM. J" JiJU 1 ticulars and iamples worth J 'J mprore your ipnra time at thi busiue ai Siixioh k Co,, Partland, lUin.

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