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PW. O'TOOLE, M. D. Uffico at bla rest dence, No. 17North Ingalls Kt. All calis, nlffht or day, will reeeWe prompt atteution. ITOSinS II 1 1,1, 's OPERA HOUSE. -"- C. J. Whitxky, Leswee aml Uanager. Wednesday Eve'g, Not. 6. PAT. ÖCWEY'S New York Star Combination. (ART). - Pat. Roonkt, the Great Exponent of Eccentric Irish Character, la without doubt the moat popular Artiat in America. His songs are played and sung throughout the land, and hla uame a household word. In conjunction witu this great Star are some of the most popular and best Artista in the profession. A full ötring and Brass Band, under the able direction of w. L. Bowron. The performance to conclude with Pat. Rooney'sscreemïng farce, "PABDY IN A FIX." Admlssion, 25 and 50 cents. Renerved sats, 7f cents. Seats can be aecured at Moore's Bookstore. TTALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. 8$ acres of improved land on Sec. 24, Township of Ann Arbor. Buildings, fencee, etc. in good order. No encumbrances, lnquire at the 1711tf AKGUS OFFICE. Estáte of William H. Bcaimer. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, ss. At a session of the Probate Court for the County Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on WVdneiïday, the thirtieth day of October, in the year one thousand eight hun 1 red and seventy-cight. Prwent, "Wilïium D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter oi tbe estáte of William H. Hesimer, deeeased. On reading and (ilinp the petition, duly verifled, of Fred BeBimer, praying that a certain instrument now on tilt: in thia court, purporting to be the last will and testament of snid dectaned, may be admitted to probate, and that some suitable person may be appointed administratur with the will annexed uf ml estáte. Thereupon itis ordered,that Monday, the twentyfifth day of Xovember noxt, at len o'clock in the forenoon, be assigoed for the hearing of Biiid petition, and that the devibeen, legatees and heirs at law of said deceased, and all othor persons interested in Baid estáte, are required to nppear at a eession 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 should not be granted : 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 caueing a copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper printcd and oirculated in mud county, three successive weeks pre vioui to said day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, Atrueoopy.) Judjiö of Probate. Wm.G. Doty, Probate Register. 1711td Estáte of Seyioour Lyde. STATE OP MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, ss. Notice is hereby given, that by an order of the Probate Court for the County ot Waahtenaw,made on the twenty-sixth day of October, A. D. 187H, six months from that date were allowed for crediton to present their claims aguinst the estáte of Seymour Lyde, late of flaid county, deceased, and that all creditors of Baid deceased are required to present their claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, for oxaraination and allowance, on or before the twenty-sixth dav of April next, and that sach olaims will be huard before said Court, on Monday, the twenty-seventh day of January, and on baturdny, the twentysixth day of April next, at ten o'oluck in the forenoon of each of snid days. DitU'd, Ann Arbor, October 26, A. D. 1878. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, irilw-t Probate Kegiter. Abstracts of Titles. AU pfirtiea who are desirous of nacertaining the oondition of tbe titla tu their Inndt, ox partieH who wiah to loan mo ney on real estáte will du wull tu cali at the Regiater's office and cunault a Compared Set of Abstract Books. Ssid books are so (ar adyanccd that the Regiater can furniah on short e Perfect Statement as to the Title of any paroel of land in Waahtenaw County u showu by the original records. C. H. MANLY, Register. THE ST71T for 1879. Tiii-iSuïi will be printcd cvory day duri ny: the vuur to come, lts ]m-.-.v. and niethod wil! ): the (tftme ah in Uu1 )ii-.t : To pivsent all the news in ; ronda bic ahupe, and to teil tlie Irulh though the lieavens ft.ll. Tuk SUN has been, is, and will continue to be independent of every liod y and every thing save the Truih and it.s own convictiuus of duty. That is lifoiily pol ie y which an honest newapaper need have. That U tüe pul ie y which lias won for this newsjjaper the confidence and friendship of a wider coDitiluencv than was ever.enjoyed by any mher American Journul. THB Sun is the newspaper for the people. It is not lor the rich utau Rgiunsttlu puor man, or for the poor niaii agaiust the rich umn, but it Beeics to do equal juMtice to all intercëts in the cotnmunity. It ia uot the organ of any person, clase, heet ur party. There need be 110 mystery a boni it.s luven and linios. It is lor the honest man against the rogutiB every time. It is Tor the honest DemoCTKl auinst the dishonest Republican, and lor the houwt Ht'publican as agaiiiRL tin.' dlshonest DeMOCTttt. It dOM not take its cue from the utterances of any politiciun or politica! organiation. H gt?4t it support unrfsri vrilly when men or meftsurea art? in ■a '■' -tiifnt with the Constitution uud with the principie! apon which tbis Kepublic wm fminded for the pwtple. Whenever the Oonstilution and coimtitutional principies are violatvd - as in the outragcous OOnstnTacy ut' 17, by which a man not elected wan plawtl in the President' othce, where he stilt rt:iii;un. - it spt'uks out tbr the hl-Uk Tliut is Tuk Si.s's idea of independonee. In this respect there wül bc uo chango in it prograniine lor 1479. Tuk Sun ha lairly earned the hearty hatred uf ráscala, frauda, and hum bugs of all sorte and sizes. It hopea todn-serve that batrod not leas in the year I87Ü, than in 1878, 1877, (ir any year gone by. Tuk Sun will continuu to flutse on the wieked with unmiiigated brightness. Whilo the lesson of the past should be constantly kept before the people, TkkSoK does nit to make itself in 179 a magazine ol ancient hlstory. %t ia printcd for the men and women of today, whose concern ischielly wlth the aftairs of loday. It has both the ditK8ition and the ability to attbrd its reader the prómpteat, fullest, and most accurate intelligenceof whatever in the widc world is worth attention. To this end the resources bclonging to well-established property will be liberally employed. The presentdisjointed condition of parties in this country, and the uncertainty of the future, lend an extraordinary sientficance to th eventa of the coming year. The discussion of the press, the debatos and acts of Congress.and the movemonUof the leaders Ín every section of the Kepublic will have a direct hearing on the Presidential election of 1880 - an event which must be regarded with the mout anxious interest by every patrioiic American, whatever his politica! ideas or allegiance. To these elementa of interest inay he addd the probability that the Pemocrats will control both houses of Congress, the increasing feeblonea of the fraudulent Administratie, and the spread and stiengthening every where of a healthy abhorrence of frnud in any form. To present wirh accuracy and clearness th exact situation in each of its varving phases, and to expound, accordingto its welï-known methode, and tne prinolplea tiiat should guldc up tlirough the labyrinth, will be an important part of Thk Suk's work for 1879. We have the means of making The Sin, as a political, a literary and a general new.spaper, Blote e&tertaining and more useful thn ever before; and we mean to apply them freely. Our ratesof Hubscription remain unchanged. For the Daily Sun, a four page alieet of twenty-eight column, the price by mail, postpaid, is 85 cents a inonth, or 96.50 a year; or, including the Sunday paper, an eight page sheet of tifty-aix columns, the price is 65 cents a month, or 7.70 a year, postage prepaid. The Sunday edition of The Sun Ís also furnished separately at $1.20 a year, postage paid. The pnce of the Wkkkly SüR, eight pages, fiftysix columnSf is Hl a year, jostage paid. Kor clubs of ten aending 8(10 we will send an extra copy free. Address, 1711 Publisher of The Sun, New York City. FREE FOB 1878. THE Examiner & Chronicle, [KSTABLISHEB IS 1323,] The Leading Baptist ewspaper, IS NOW DELIVERED BY MAIL, PO3TAÜK PREPAID, TO NEW SUBSCKIBER9, Krom Nov. 1, 1878 to Jan. 1, 1880, FOR S2.5O. THE PRICE OF ONE YEAE'S SUBSCUIFTIOX, Club of Ten, 823, wlth a Free Paper. THE EX&MINER AND CHRONICLE is distinctively a Family newspaper. In making it the Editor has the eo-operation of the best newpaper writera of his own denonimation, bimdee the ocaahíoiihI contribution, Ín special departmenu, of acknowledged ability in other cozumunioiia. IT COMPRISES: A Current Event Expositor, A Living Pulpit and Platform, A Mitwionary and Haptist Lvent Uecord, A Sunday School Inntitute, An ICducational luatitute, A Literary, Theological, Scientiflc and Art Reviow, A Popular Story Page, Family MUcellany and Puzzfers' Kealm, A Husbandnian't and Housekeeper9 Helper, A Markct Reporter, &o. All conducted in an outspoken, wide-awake, and popular manner. B Encrgotic Canvassers -are wanted, and will be puid a liberal ('ahh CommÏBBion lor sample copies andtermBtocanv.iHserF,nddresa F. O. Box 3835, New Vork City. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the condition of a mortgage made and executed by Michuel líaehnle and Ronina, hls wife, of Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Charlee Behr, of the same place, bearing date the flfth dy of February, 1870, and recorded in the otlicoof the Register of deeda for WahtunawCounty, Michigan, on the ninth day of February, 1870, at 4)4 o'clock p. m., in liber A'l of raortgafres, on page 315, on which mortgage there ü claimed to be dne at the date of tin notice, the aura of four hundred and flfty-flve dollars and forty cenU, and no proceedings at law or in equity having been inBtituted torecover the debt eecured by said mortgage or any part thereof: Notice ii hereby giventhaton Fridjw,the Twknty-vouetii day of Januaky, A. D. 1Ö79 at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the eouth door of the Court flouse, in the city of Ann Arbor (that belng the building in which the Circuit Court for saia County of Washtenaw is held), by virtu of the power therein contained, I shall forcclose s u4 mortgage by sale, at public auction to the higbest bidder, of the premiaes deacribed in said mortgnge, or bo much thereof as shall be necessary to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage with the interest, costs and expenses allowed by law, which Haid premises are described in said mortgage as follown, viz: All the followin described lands to wit: The west twenty-seven and a half feet of lot nve in block two south of Huron street, range four east, in the city of Ann Arbor, Michififtn. Dated, Ann Arbor, Oct. 30, 1878. PHILIP BACH, ANNA L. BEHH, Administrators ol the estáte of Charles llenr, deceabcd. 17 il O PECIAL OFFER ! THE NEW YORK Weekly World AN EIGHT PAGE NEWSPAPER, Will be sent fpostage prepaid) from until January 1, 1879, FOR TEN CENTS. Thi Special Oftcr is made to enable the People to see for themselves how frood ft paper THE WOHLD i and how worthy it is f thir support. We will Pay the Postage - AND SEND - THE NEW YORK WEEKLY WORLD ONE YEAR FOR ONE DOLLAR 1 Or 50 ets. for 6 Months. Which U le thnn two cents a week by tha yevr, fur a large EIGHT PAGE PAPER. Address, "THE WORLD,"' S5 Park Row, N. Y. Srini-xvrrkly Kdltiou, 82 per jour Daily Kdition, 10 " lul I ) , without Sunday Edition, 8 " OUT THIS OUT AXD HAND IT TO YOUR NEIOHBOK. notïoeT The undersigned has purehasod the ntareat of Geoige H. Wiuslow in the frame and picture bimlness, No. 30 East Huron Street, and will continue the busioess at the same place, giving prompt attention to all order l'ur frames, etc. A fine tock of (li romos, Eugraviuga, and l'hotographs on hand and for sale cheap. All debts due the late firm of Winslow 4 McMillan are payable to the undersigned, aud any debts contracted during hln connection with the flrm will bo paid by him. Ann Arbor, Oct. 14, 183. mOU D. McMIIXAN.


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