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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS S OPERA HOI SU. C. J. Wiiitnky, Lessee and Manager. ONE NIGHT ONLY. SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 9. COL. K01ÍEUT (}. INGERSOLL, In his most brilKunt lecture Somk Mistares of Moses. Tickets, 15 and 00 cont. No extra charge for reserved seats, now on sale at Moore's Bookstore and Watts' Jewelry Store. The niimial meeting of the (ermau Farmers' KI re Insurance (Jompany of Washtenaw Couuty will be held at the School House opposite the tierman Lutheran Chureh, in Bclo. on aIonday, Dkc. 2, 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of clectingofficers and for the transaction of sucta oiher business as may legal I y come before said meeling. A general attendfliiee of mumbera aexpected. Dated, November I, 1878. 1712 WM. F. BISS, Secy. HIEilM OPKRA HOUSE. C. J. VViutnky, Leeseeaud Manager. Wednesday Eve., JSov. 13. Leonard Grover's Comedy Combination in Our Boarding House! With tbe entire New York Cast. Harry l.itiln. W. X. IHelvlIle, .11 r. uiit.r( shal 1. Iflr. Tloriarty, 7Ir. .Tluck, Koie I nIo, Amelia Wniíli, Ella lluiii, .Tluriou l.i'iti'i-, ülar Rokers, Popuiar priesa, 25, 50, and 75 cents. Reserved seats without extra charge at Moore's Bookstore. "NotieO. In accordance with a reaolution of tbe Directors of the Kirst National ISank of Ann Arhor, there will be a meeting of the stockholders, at the Batik, on Wednesday, the llth day of December next, al 10 o'clock a. m., to vote upon the question of reducinR the capital of said Bank, and auch otlier business as may legitimately coiue before the meeting. E. WELLS, Prest. J. W. KNIGHT, Secy. Ann Arbor, Nov. 8, 186S. 17121U " Estáte of Jami'8 Howe. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw ss. At a sesaion of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at tbe Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Saturday, the secday of November, in the ycar oue thousand night hundred and seventy-eight. Present, Williain D. Harriman, Judge of Probate In the matter of the estáte of .lames Howe deceased. Martin Howe, administrator of said estáte comea mto cowrt and representB thut he is no- prepared to render his final account au auch udministrator. Thereupon it is ordered, that Tuesday. the third day of December next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigued for examining and allowing such account, and that the heirs at law of said decea&ed, and all other persons intereitec in said estáte, are required to appear at a seebíoq of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the City of Ann Arbor in nul oounty, and show cause, if any there be, why the said account should not be allowed : And it is further ordered, that said administrator give notice to the persons interested in said estnte, 01 the pendenoy of said account and the hearing theroof, by causing a copy of this order t.o be published in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper printed and circulating in Srtid eounty, three successive weeks previous to said dav of heaiiui; W1LLIAM I). HAftKIMAN, (A true copy). Jude of Probate. Wm. Q. Dotï. Probate Register. 1712 Estáte of Elias Hairo. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw ss. At a session of the Probate Court for the County oí Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Aun Arbor, on Saturday, the second day of November, in the year one thuu.iand eight hundred and seventy-eight. Present, William í. I [arriman, Judge of Probate In the matter of tho estáte of Elias Uniré, deceased. On readingand filingthepetition, duly verified.of A. A. Whitney, agent of the Walter A.'Wood JIoing and Reaping Machine C'ompany, prsying that the commissiou heretofore appointed to 'bear and adjust claims against saiil eslatn may be revived, that the claim of said company may ]e heard and allowed. Thcroupon it is ordered, that Tuesday, the twenty-siith day of November inst., at ten o'clock in the fozenoon, be assigncd for the hearing oi said petition, and that tho devisees, legateeH, and heirs at law of sald deceased, and all otlicr persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session 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 causing a copy of this order to bo published in tbe Michigan Argus, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county, two auccoaaive weeks previous to sald day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HAUKIMAN, (A true copy) Judge of Probate. Wm. G. Uoty, Probate Register. nm1 Estáte of John Leonard Keinwald. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, O ss. Notice Is hereby given, that by an order of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, made on the twenty-eighth day of Octobor, A. D. 1878, six months from that date were allowed for croditors to present their claims against the estáte of John Lconard Reinwald, lato of said county, deceased, and that all creditorsof said deceased are required to present thcir claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Office in the City of Ad Arbor, for examination and allowanêe, on or before the twenty-eighth day of April next, and that such claims will be hcard before said Court on Tueaday, the twenty-eighth day of January, and on Monday, the twenty-eighth day of April next, at ten o'clock in the foreuoon of eaofa of sftid days. Datcd, Ann Arbor, Octobcr 28, A. D. 1878 WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, lV12wl Judge of Probate. Estáte of Abram Laing. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw ss. Notice is hereby given that by an order of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, made on the fourth day of November, A. D. 1H78, six months from that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against tho estáte of Abram Laing, late of said county, deceased, and that all creditors of said deceasrd aro required to present their claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Oflicc in the city of Ann ArbAr, for examination and allowance, on or before the lifili day of April next, and that such claims will be heard before said Court, on Tuesday, the fourth day of Fcbruary, and on Monday, the fifth day of May next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, November 4, A. D. 1878. WILLIAM D. HAKRIMAN, 1712w4 Judife of Probt. "NÖTÏCËT" The undersigned has purrluised the interest of Georjre H. Wiuslow in tne frame and picture business, So. 30 East Hurou Street, and will continue :he business at the sanie place, giving prompt at tention to all orders for frames, etc. A line stock of Chromos, Engravings, and Photographs on hand and for nale chcap. All debts due the late firm of Winslow & McMilan are payable to the undersigned, and any debts c-ontracted during bis CQB&flOtlOB with the öriu will be paid by him. Ann Arbor, Oct. 14,188. motf D. McMILLAN. PW. O'TOOLE, III. D Office at his rt-si dence, No. 17 North Ingall St. A 11 e.ill1-, ntght jr day, will ro-i'ivc prompt utteution. ITu.Iuúí What is the News ? We meet one aoother wiih sarcastic smiles, SLiulyin oach other's countenance with care, Converse almut inventions, failuiva, styles, About redtictlons of some railroad fare. Comment upon the items of the press, Persnade another to accept our views, Conelude at parting with the pitüewt Blale exclatnation. " Well, what ia the news?1' King Solomon expressed a sciioim thouifht, While meditating huw thU world btgttn, All luxuries vain and progresa nought, For there is nothing new ander the stin. We doubt thut tbey had baae ball theii, or rat e, Or bowling allcys, billiard hall or ut h. Or if in cards the two spot beat the ace, No wonder if we ask, " What is the news?" Kxrilt'MH-ntH fced tho braius of staving mm, Developments are usually nolhiiig rare, loquisitive we search the lowest den To know the inmate and hls bill of fare, We bring hirn nourtshinent and other thiugs, Potatoes, bread, tobáceo if he chews, While in the streets, familiarly it rings, The custoinary sound, " What is the news?" Time's steady gate seemeth fearful slow, An hour appcars a duy, a day yea We are not satiatied with what we know, Are waiting foi the "Soiuuthing " to appear. Our animáis, even when for chance they meet, Our dogs are barking, and our toni-cat mews, ('onveying topics of some other street, Wlu-n pets keep asklng "Tom, what is the news'" Ann Arbor's last riensation, if it must be known, Was the judicious act of " I.uti.k Mack," He lüred tho finest store in all the town, The place ís a familiar one with all, Hls ready-made will now have ampie room HU temple grows and he requires more pews, 3J6t liini be leader, since it is his doom, He'll make ït daily teil ■ What is the news." LITTLE MACK The King Clothier AND HATTER, No. 9 Soul h Main SI., Ann Arbor. 1879. - THE - J87ÍK Detroit Post & Tribune Tuk Metropolitan Republican Journal of Michigan. The publiRhers ef The Drroit Post ami Trihi'nk point to the record of journalUtic enterprist nnd politiottl ust'fulm-Ks made in ihe flrst year of tbe existeuce of the consoltdated newspaper as the satisfactory evidence of the excelleuce of itn clain upon the public confidence and support. The paper will continue to be the sincere, vigorous, and auto advocate of RepubHcan politica) doctrine, of au lionest and rational tin ui policy, aud uf State developnient. lts large resources, tts ampie facilities ín newsgathering, iU wide clrculation, and its posiüon au t metrupolitan organ of the dominant party in its state enablc lts publishera to supplement promiiM' by performance, and to fully meet the expectations of its patrons. The newsdenartmentof Thk Post axd Tribune will be kept fresh, accurate, and complete; the pnper has control of the Urgest facilities for guttlng iutelligence, foreign, domestic, State and local and malntains special corres ponden U at all important points in Michigan, and at the imtin centers of newa elsewhere. Ita eomptlations of State news and iU commercial reporta are well known fur fulhiei and relia bility. lts editorial page discusses current issues candidly and form the atandpoints üf accurate Information and of an adberence to correct politica! :uu: economicprinciples. AU matter of especial public interest will reeeive from it the same intelligent and painstaklng Investlgation which it has given this year to the important phasesof the currency question. lts columns will be rich ín miscellaneoiis rcadinj; matter, including eketches, jhh-his, and selectiom from the current literatureof the day. Espucia care will be taken to keep the paper pure and elevated in tone. One page of Tuk Wkbkly Post and Tribune is devoted to matter prepared for the rural comnni uity, containing diMciisslons of questiona of interest in practical agrtculture, letters on farm anj home topics, recipes, etc. New features will be added to the paper during ]s7y,;uul neither pains nor expense will bê spared it keeping Thk Post and Tbiuunk A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY NEW8PAPEB, strong in all departluciits, and in every way worthy of the great State with whutte history and growth it has been so long and closely identified. TERMS : lVr Six Three annum. months. months Daily, $K) 00 $5 00 $2 50 Tri-Weekly, 5 00 2 00 1 25 Weekly, 1 50 75 40 Weekly, in clubs of 10, Si 40 per annum. All postagc pre-paid. Bjiecimen copies free. Reïnlttances may be sent at our risk by drafts on Detroit banks, monoy-ordera. or in registered letters. S600 in premiums to agenta, in addition to liberal terms for canvassers. Send for Agents' circular, specimen copies, etc. Addretts, TUB POST AND TRIBUNE. Detroit, Mlch. TIN8ÈY & ÖKABOLTS" BAKERY, GR0CERY - AND - FLOUK & FKKI) STORE, We keep eouatantly on band, BREAD, CEACKER8, CAKES, ETC, FUR WH0LE8ALE on KKTAII, TKAUE. We shall aUo keep a aupply ot DELHI FLOUR-, J. M. SWIFT 4 OO'S BB8T WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, BYE FLOUH. BUCK WWHEAT FLOUE, CORN MKAL, FEED, &o., ico. At wholeaule and rttail. A general stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS constantly on hand, which will be aold on as reuonuble terms aa at any other houM in thic city. Cash paid for Butter, KggB, and Country Pro luce generally. ■9" Goods delivero'i o any put of the city with out extra chanro. ni-VNi: Y éc 8KABOLT. Ann Arbor, Jan. 1. 1878. 16C4 Abstracts of Titles. AU parties who are deiiroui of asoertainin; the condition of the titlo to thoir landí, or partios who winh to loan money on real estáte will do well to cali ut the Register' office and oonault a Compared Set of Abstract Books. Haid bookB are no f ar advanced that the Register can f arnish on ahort notioe a Perfect Statement as to the Title of any parcel of land tn Washtenaw Connty as showu by the original records. C. H. UANLT. Register. J)PPa week in your own town. 95 outfit free. h h N " ritlk ■ Kt'iull'rt if Tu want a businms i f I I I I at which persons of either sex can make W J J great pa y all the time they work, write tor partioularstoH. Hallstt & Co. , Portland ,M.


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