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NEW ADYERTISEMENTS. LJ OÜSE AND LOT FÖESALïT Locuted in a dealrable part of the city, and ia good rtpair. Also a house to rent on favunbla term, luquire at the Abquh otüee, oz 2 THOMSON STREET. Ann Albur, Jan. 20, 1879. iu' Real Estáte lor Sale. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Waahtennr, O es. In the matter of the eatate of Horace Busier, deceaaed. Notice ia hereby given, that in pursuftnce of nu ordex granted to the uudersigned, idiiiiiiintmtrix of the eatate of aaid Horaee itoai-r, by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the Counlyof Wanhtenaw, on the fourteenth day of Janna rr, A. I). 1879, tbere will be aold at publio vendu-, to the highent bidder, at the oiüc of George C Page, in the village of Dexter, in the County 4 Waahtennw, in said State, on Tuksday, th KLKVE.NTH DAT OF MU II, A. D. 179, at te o'clock in the forenoon of that dar (subject to all encumbrancea by mortfrag or othanri exlsttii at the tiin of the denth of aaid deceaaed, and alsc subject to the right of dowar of tha widow of said deoeaaed therein), the ioliowing deacribed real estáte, to wit : Land situated in the township ol Hcio, Washtenaw County, Michigan, towlt: Bcing part of sections flve and aix, and beginning at the coimnon corner of aections tive, iix, aeren and eight, thence aloug the said section ime twentjr chatos and ülty links to a stake in the middle ol the highway ; thence north une and one-fuurth degreea weat, perpendicular to said saction line, sir teen uhains and nfteeo Uuks tu a stak in the axitl die of the Ann Arbor road (so called), thence uurt fortj-nine and a half degrees west along the cente of said Ann Arbor road ij ve chains and niaet links to a stake, thence south eighty-uine degree and forty minutes, west twenty chains and aixteei links to the center of K. street, according to th recurded plat of the Tillage of Dexter; thenc south torty-twü and one-fourth degrees, west two chains and eighty linka to a stake in the center o G. and K. streets, acoording to the aforesaid plat thence north forty-geven and three-fourths degree weat along the center of K. street three chains ani two linka to a stake, thence west twenty minute eight chaina and twenty and one-half linka to a litake, thence tsouth par Hel tothe; BaVer road(so called) twenty chanta to the center of the highway tbence eaat twenty-ure chains and nine links to the place ot begiuninff, contaiulng seventy three acres and flfty one hundredths (73 ü-looj more o CHRISTINA A. EOSIEK.AdministraUi. Duted, January 14, 1879. 1TOTZCZ. The undersigned hi purchased the interest of (ieurge H. Wiuslow in the frame and picture buiu nes, No. 30 Etist Huron Street, and will continue the business at the name place, giving prompt attention U all orders for frame, etc. A fine stock ut' Chromo, Engravings, and Photofrraphs on hand and for axli' cheap. AU debts due the late firm of Wimlow & McMillau are payable to the undersigned, and anr debts coutracted dnring his cunuectiou with the flrm paid by him. Ann Arbor, Oct. 14, 188. motf D. McMILLAN. Abstracts of Titïes. All parties who are desirous of aaeertaining the eondition of the titla to their lauda, or partios who wiah to lottn momy on real estáte will do well to cali at the Register'i oflee and eonault a Compared Set of Abstract Books. Said books are so far advanced that the Register can furmsh on short notioe a Perfect Statement as to the Title of uoy parcel of land in Washtenaw Couuty as shown by the original records. C. H. MANLY, Reffister. ËHtate of Thoiuas Hterrl, STATE OF MICHIGAN. County of W8htnaw, bs. Notice is hereby given, that by n order of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, made on the fuurttenth day ol January, A . D. 1879, aix months fruía tht date were ulluwed fur credit to piesent their olaimi atfaiutt the tvtate of Thomas Ht.rrii, late of said county, deueaaed, and that all oreditors of said deceased ure required to prenent tbt-ir claims to said Probate Court, ttt the Probate office in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowanee, on or before the fourtenth day of July next, and tht such claims will be heard before aaid Court, yn Munday, the fourteeuth day of April, and jd Monday the fourteenth day of July uext, at ten o'eloclc in the forenoon of each ot said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, January 14, A. I). 1879. W1LLIAM 1) JZARRIlfAN, 17$ÍWÍ Judy of Probate. NNUAL STATEMENT. For the year ending December 31st, A. D. 1878, of the condition and aftairs of the WASHTENAW MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., located at Ann Arbor, organied under the lawf of the Stata of Michigan, and doing in the CouDly of Washtenaw, in said State. ALLKN CBITTENDEN, President. NEWTON 8HELD0N, Secretary. MKMBKKSIIIl'S. Number of nieniberu December Sist, of previous year. 1.89G Number of members added during the present year, 149 Total, 2,ü4.r Deduct number of memben withdrawn durln;? the year, and canceled policías by reasou of sale or otherwiae, 110 Number of membert now belonging to company, 1,935 RISKS. Amount of property at risk December 8ln, of previoiis year, $3,930,050 00 Amount of risks addcd during present year, 309,410 00 Total, $4 '2:19,460 00 Deduct ris ka canceled, withdrawn, or termlnated, 171,780 00 Net amount now at risk by Company, f4,067,680 00 BEBO URCES. Amount of premium or deposit notes üow in force, none Amouut of cash premiums (or assessiueuts)actually on hud, L23 99 Aüiount of outstanding assessments aot cauceled, 1,291 47 Nature aud amount oí uil othcr resources, viz.: none Total resources, $1,315 46 LIAKILITIES. Claims for losses due and payable, none Claims for losses not mutured, J. ,T. PftrhaU, 840 00, Wm. Low, 7 00, $47 00 Claims for losses not matured, Win. Dumldsou, not fully adjutttcd, 1.30 00 CUiiüH for loases resUted, - none Nature and amount of all otber claims, viz : Reut of office, 25 00 Allen Critteuden, Director, 22 45 il. M. Mowry, " 50 17 John J. Robison, " 89 00 E. A. Nordman, " 25 00 T. B. Goodspeed, taking applications, 14 00 Total liabiïitiet, JSÖ3 82 IN COME. Amount of premium on deposit notes during the year, none Amount of cash premiums received during the year, 292 4G Amouut collected on asttessments which were lcvied during the present year, :ï,514 .'19 Amount collected this year on assessmenta which were levied in prior years, 1,30c, 99 Araount received froni membership or policy feei, membership, 180.26; policy fees, 351.75, 132 00 Amount received from percentage on increused or decreased iusurauce, (all in number five), In come from all other sources, viz: from bnlance lee. 31, 1877, 738 28 Total income for the year, #5,978 12 EXPENDITCRES. Amount paid for losses during the year (of which 496.87 oecurred in prior yearsi, #4402 44 Amouut of saliiry aid fees paid to oñicers and directora as per items in Schedule A, 209 2 Amount of U other expenditures during the year as per Schedule B, J22 07 Total expenditures during year, #5,954 13 SCHEDULE A. NAME OF OFFICER OB DIRECTOR TO WHOM PAID. President, Allen Crittenden, $113 95 Hecretary, N. öheldon, twoycar'u salary, 1,000 00 Director, H. M. Mowry, 37 43 John J. Robison, 2.1 00 " E. A. Nordman, ;j q 11 John Cook, 47 74 " N. Sheldon, railroad faie and investigating loases, 2 00 Total Schedule A., $l,22tt 62 SCHEDULE B. -, ITEMS OF "ALL OTHKR EX PKN'riKH." Rnt of offi't. ,,,,, interest, go 26 Printiug, 43 ti0 Putafie, ñ4 65 Keceivers, 29 63 Fuel for office, -l 45 Ifiin in íittií-f 11: -ii iltílp la ornee, 10 f0 tftatiouery, u 6S Refunded, 4 59 Suüdriea, 4 75 Total Schedule A, 322u7 MISCKI.LANKOL'S (jVESTIONS. t. IIüw mfliiy assessments have been made during the year? Aus. One. 2. Whmt is the amoiiut of all the assessments inade during the year? Ana. 4,8oS 86. S. What is the rate per cent of sueh meramente on the property insured ? Ans. .0012 per cent. 81 20 per 1.000. f 4. What is the rate per cent. of auch anemment ou the premium or deposit notes? Ans. No lier cent. 5. What amount was re-assessed for asseasments that were not paid ? Aus. 64 73. 6. What amount of loases are allowed to amimulatebeforean assessnient is levied? Ans. All loases paid in 30 days by hiriug. 7. Does the company, in making an assessment, provide therein lor any surplus fuud over the actual loases aecrued ? Ans. Yes If so, how mucli 1 Ans. Estimated expenses for ensuing year. 8. What proportiou of the actual siutatsed by a policy-holder does the companv pay ? Ans. Two-thlrds. STATE OF MICHIGAN, 1 COONTY OF WiSUTEHAW, j ' Allen ürittenden, President, and Newton Sheldou, Secretary of sald compuny, do, and each lor hlmself doth depose and sy, that they have re.d the foregoing statement and know the contenta thereof, and that they have good rea.son to believe, and do believe said statement to be true. ALLEN CKITTENDEN, President. NEWTON SHELDON, Secretary. Sworn and subscribed before me, at A 11 11 Arlior in said State and County, this 15th day of .Tanuary, E. B. POND, otary Public, Washteuaw County, Micli. Ktutu of Thomas Kennedy. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washteij naw, ■■. At a session of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Tueeday the fourieenth day of January, in the year oue thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine. Present, William D. Harriluau, Judfce o! Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Thomas Kennedy, deceaaed. Auu M. Kennedy, administratrix of said estáte, comes into court and representa that alie i now prepared to render her final account us auch aduiiii. istratrix. Therupou it is ordered, that Thursday, the tmrteenth day of Kebruary uext, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for examining and allowing such account, and that the heirs at luw ot said deoeased, and all other persons interested in aid atate, are required to appear at & seasion of said court, then to be holden at the Probute Office, ia the city of Ann Arbor, in suid county, and show cause, if any there be, why the said account ibould nut be allowed. And it is further ordered, that said administratrix give uoticö to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of aaid account, and the hearing thereof. by cauninx a copy ol this order to be published in the Michigan Ahguk, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county, three suc eewiir wMtka prarious to sid duy of heariiiM WILLIAM D. HARR1MAN, (A tru copy.) Judge ol I'robute. Wm. O. Doty, Probate Register. 1722 K.-t!tt ut .liiriK-s Agin. STATE Of MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, ts. At a iession of the Probnt Court for the County of Waahteuaw, holden at the Probate Office in the olty of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday, the lifteeutli duy of Jauuary. in the year one thuusand eivht hundred and seventy-nine. Present, William I). Hal riman, Judgeof Probate. In th matter of the estáte of James Agin, deceaaed. On reading and flling the petition duly verified of John Devine, praying that a certnin instrument now on file in this Court, purporting to be the Iaat W'ill and Teitament of aaid deceased, may be admitttd to probate, and that he may be uppointed excutor thereof. Thenupon it is ordered, that Monduy, the tenth day of February next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be aasigned for the hearing of said petition, and that thedeviseen, legateesand heirs at law of laid deceased, and all other persons interested in aaid state, are required to appear at a sesflion of sala court, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Anu Arbor, and show oauie, if any there be, why the prayer qf tbs netitjoner ihould not be granted : And it ia lurther ordered th&t said petitioner give notie to the persons interested in said estute, of the pendenoy of suid petition xnd the hearmir thereof, by oausinE a eopy of this order to be ublishad in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper rinted and circulated in said county, three sucousive weka previoui to said day of hearing. WILLIAM D ARRIMAN, CA true eopy.) Judge of Probate Wm. (i. Doty. Probate Register. 1722 Kal Estáte for Sale. tJTATE OK MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, Í7 ss. In the matter of the estáte of Margaretta :. Dounelly. a minor. Notice is hereby given, thut n pursuanee of an order granted to the undersigned guardián óf mld miqqr, by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the County of Washtenaw, on the eventh day of January, A. D. 1879, thero will be old at Public Vendue, to the highest bidder, at he Probate office, in the City of Ann Arbor, in the County of Washtenaw, in said State, on Tuesday, ha fourth day of March, A. 1). 1879, at ten o'clock o the torenoon of that day (subject to all encumbrances by mortgage or otherwiré existing at the , iine of the sale) the followmg described Real Esate, to-wit: All the rittht, title and interest of , aid minor in all thatcertain tractor parcel.of land ituated in the City of Ann Arbor, and County of , Washtanaw, known, bounded and described as fol , ow, vii : The north one-third o' lot number 8evn, in lïlock numbt-r flve, north of Rauge uumber hree east, in said City. , CATHBK1NE WALSU, Guardian. Dated January 7, 1879. L.Chew Jaokson'8 Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. NNNUAL STATEMENT For the year ending December 31, A. D. 1878, of the condition and affairs of the Germán Farmers' Fire Insurance Co., Located at Dexter, organizrd undi-r the laws of the State of Michigan, and doing baalneN in the County of tVM&tenaw, in said State. SIMON F HIRTH, President VM. F. BUK, Secretary. MKMBEE3IIIPS. Number of memben leoember Hst, of previous yt'iir, 828 Number of members addt'd during the present year, 68 Total, 89H Deduct nuiuberof meinbers withdrawn duiïn the year, and eaneeled policies by reasou (.f sale or olherwise, 42 Number of members uow beloaglog to company, 8M UISKS. Aniount of property 8t risk Dec. 31st of previ""s i1;I. Ï2.:i74,459 00 Aniount of riska added duriug present year, 163,540 00 _ Tol:U, 92fig!,m 00 Deduct risks canceled, witlidrawu .ir termlnated, 109,540 00 Net amount now ut by eompany, S2,428,4f. no USOUBCKS. Amouut of premium or deposll uoies now in force, Noue Aniount ot casli pratuinnu (or uasessïuenis) actaally 011 hand. 81,102 54 Amouut of outatanding ■■mciwmoptll uot cauceled, 44 Nature and amouut of all other resources, viz . none Total resources, $1,121 98 LIABILITIKS. Claims for losses due aud payable, none daima for lossei not matured, none Claims for losses resisted, none Nature and amount of all other claims Vlz none Total liabilitii-s, none INCOME. Amount of premium on deposit notes taken during the year, none Amount of citsh premiums received during the year, none Aiiiuuut eollectcd on assesaments wlüch were levied during the present year, 8JH 45 Amount collecl-ed this year on asse.sKments which were levied in prior years . none Amiiuut received from membersliip tV 1t l I I j ■ t ■ T . 1 j . AAn nn Auiüunt reeeived from percentage on increased or deereased iDSUTADCe, none Income from all other Boarcw, viz: trom inoucy loaued, Interest, 08 83 Total iucome for the year, Í3,513 28 KXPKNDITl'RKS. Amouut paid for ksaea during the year (of whiee none oceurred in prior yearsj, SS.1O4 78 Aiuount of salary and fees paid to oflicera and directora as per Items in Bdhedule A, 443 gg Aniouirt of all other expenditures during the year as per Scheduli' 11, 22 50 Total expendlturw during year, $3,570 % SCHEDULE A. NAME OF OFFICER OK DIKKCTOK TO WHOM PAID. Siiuon F. Hirth, President, 525 00 Wm. F. Buss, Secretary, . yy 25 John Schenk, Treasurer, y Jacob Jedele, Director, 34 (H Michael Staebler, " jS U0 A. L. Feldkamp, " 47 Wl Jacob Kaab, Ageut, 5 Í?-'1? K,eEp!er " ' Michael Schenk, " jq qo Daniel Heiuinger, agent, 500 John Schenk, collectlng fees, 4' 00 A. L Keldkainp, ■' ■' M Oi Jacob Jedele, " " 33 14 John Keppler, " " 7 92 Michael Schenk, " " n ;jg Total fcliedule A, $44;; gg SrHEDULE B. ITK.MS OF "ALL DI'liKK K.tPKNSKS." Printing MIJ foradvertiiinglast year's ,"■!"' IO 50 ...: lof record, „ ,J} Printing bill for advertising annuat meeting, 2 00 ror the use oí the house for annual inenting, 2 00 Shii iimery, 1 oTotal Scfcedule P., $22 50 MISCKLLANKOUS QOESTIOXS. 1. How many assessmeuts have been madeduriug the ycar? Aus. One. 2. What is the aniount of all the assessments mnde during the year? Ans. $:i,2:)0 89. :f. What is the rate per cent ol' such assessments on theproperty insnred? Ans. .0015 per cent. 1. WoAt is the rate per cent of such assessment on the premium or deposit notes? Ans No per cent. 5. Wnatamount was re-assessed for assessments that were not paid? Ans. None. Whut aiuount of lossea are allowed to accumulate before an asseintíiit is levied? Ans. No certaiu amouut. 7. Does the company, in raaking an assessment, provide therein for any surplus fund over the actual losues accrued? It'ao, howmuch? Aus. It does not. 8. What proportion of the actual loss sustained by a policy-holder does the company pay? Ans. The company insures at three-fourths of the actual valué, and pays accordingly. STATE OF MICHIGAN,! COUNÏY OK WasHTENÁW, j S8' Sirnon F. Hirth, President, and William F. Buas, Secretary of said company, do, and each tor himsell' doth depose and aay, that they have read the foregoing statement and know the contents thereof, and that they have good reason to believe, and do bellere said statement to be true SIMON F. HIRTH, President. WM. F. BUSS, Seeretary. Sworn and suhscribe.l before me, at Ann Arbor, m said State and County, this 15th day of Januarv A. D. 1879. L. GRUNER, Notary Public, Washtenuw County, Mich. Kstale of Joseph Conlan. OTATK OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, C ss. At a aession of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Tueeday, the tourteenth day of January, in the year one thouiand eiiiht hundred and soveuty-nint . Present, WUlium D. H irriinan , Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Joseph Conlan, deceased. On readingand filing the petition , duly veriied, of John Oonlnn, admimatrator, prayiuK that ha may be licensed to sell the real estáte whereof suid tlceaaed died seized. Thereupon it ia ovdered, that Tuenday, the eighteenlh day ot' February next, at ten o'clock in the loienoon, beassigned tor the hearing ol aaid petition and that the heira at luw of aaid deceaied and all other persons iuterested in said estáte, are required to appear at a eessiou oí said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, und íihow cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner ahould not be granted: And it is turther ordered that said petitioner give notice to the persons intereated in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition and the hearing thereof, by cnusing a dpy of thia order to be publiibed in the Michigan Argos, a newspaper printed nd circulated in said county, four successive weeks previous to aaid day of hearing. WILLIAMT3. HARRIMAN, f A true copy). Judge of Probate. Wm. tï. Doty, Probate Register. 1722 Kstate ol Kobert Harper. TA TE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, ss. . At a sessiou of the Probate Court for the county ot' Washtenaw, holden at thu Probate Office, in the city oí Ann Arbor, on Wednesday, the fifteenth day oí January, in the year oue thousand elght huini! id and seventy-nine. Present, Witliam u. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of liobcrt Harper, dt'ceuscd. Egbert P. Harper, one of the executorï of said estate, comes luto court and represents that he is preparad to reuder bis final account aa such executur. Thereupon it is ordered, that Wednesday. the twelfth day of February uext, at ten o'clock In the foreuoon, be assigned for examining and allowing such account, and that the devisees, legatees and heirs at law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said court, then to be holden at the Probate Oftice iu the city of Au Arbor in said couuty, and show cause, if any there be, why the said account should uot be allowed : And it is further ordered, that said executor give notice to the persons iuterested in said estáte, oí' the pendency of - said account and the hearing thereof, by causiug a copy of this order to be published in the MichiganArguá,a. new.sjmper printed and circulating in said county, three successive weeks previuus to . said day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate. 'j Wsi. ü. Doty, Probate Register. 1722 J Kstate of PatricV Wlh. U STATE OF MICHIGAN, Couuty of Washtenaw a ss. At a sessiou oi' tbe Probate Court for the a: County of Washteuaw, holden at the Probate o nee in the City of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday, the tlftecnth day of January, in the year oue tbousand iight hundred and seventy-nine. Preseut, William 0. Harriinau, Judge of Probate. Iu the matter ol' thu estáte of Patrick Welsb, leceased. John Clancy, executor of said estáte, oomes iuto :ourt and rejiresents that he U uow prepared to rende bis Uual account as such executor. TiuTeupiui it is oidered, that Wedueaday, thu .welfth day ol' February next, at ten o'clock in he forenoon, be Rssigneu for examining and alowing such account, and that the devisees, lega ees and heirs at law of said deceased, and all other lo ersons iuterestPd in said estáte, are required to ea eara( a session ol' said eourt, then to be holden at -e he Probate Oth'ce in the city of Aun Arbor, iu "' aid couuty, and show cause, if any there be, why he said accouut should not be allowed: And it i further ordered that said executor give notice to i he persons intereüted in said estáte, of the 40 ency of said account and the hearing thereof, by Be ausing a copy ol this order to be published iu the bi; iichigan Argus, a newspaper printed and circulaiug iu said county, tbree successive weeks previous ae: : said day of hearing. WILLIAM I). HARRIMAN, Se (A true copy.) Judge ol' Pruhate. Wm. O. Dot?, Probate Register. Hit - ■ GET YOUK PROPEETT IN8UEEÜ BY C. H. MILLEN, Insurance Agent No. 4 South Main Street, ANN' ARBOR. - MICH, The oldoat ïgsncy in the city. Established a of a ceutury it-;u. KepreMtjiiting the followillfi tirst clufia uooimni r Home I nsiii ■iini-c Co. of N. Y.. Assets over S0,000,000 Cuntiiientul Ins. Co. of N. Y., Assets over $3,000,000 Niágara Fr Ins. Co., N V., Aaaets SI, 442,400 Girard ot I'., Asaets over SI, 000, 000 Oriënt of Hartford, Asscls t7O8,odB - Ratea low. LoMea liberally adj usted ;md promptly paid. 1700 C. H. MIU.KN'. , 'TniRATüH' Mwrt 1B?4.' ■:HEurtí;.;,aNLY genuine 'Vibrator- Tbreshers, ou ;tl ;.os powers, '. i; MntcfliM ai-nin-av iuuf Tiitir ■■■'!::■. i..i . 1. 'l'lirffttlfrx Ot I :-i .V Mld ■11. J voni Ril JMvjtiry tr R.nii'1 Wmk. 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''i..,i.-. ..' ttili.ö u, t mi uiiiiiiuublu. rit PartlcutnrK, en'l on Dealers THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY! GRAV S SPECIt'IC MEDICINE TRADEMARK.l8 e8pe0ílUy rcc. TR ADEJK iftLrPWL oinmended ua na 'M jsBjËfm fasen that iollow jjflFK'S, BefoieTaldngSilFÍLiI!; ry, Universal Lasritude, Pain inthk Back, IimNEB8 of Vision, Prkjíatuiik Old Age, and tnany other diseaaea that lead to lnsanity, Conuumption and a Prematnre (irave, all of which as a rule ure iirtjt eaused by ueviatin from the pnth of mauie and over indufocnce. The Speeiflc Medicine is the i rtïUit of il hte study and rniiijy years of experience in treitting these special diseñes. Full particulars in our pampblets, whieu we desire to aend free by mail i o every one. The Specific Medicine is Hold by all Druj?1" Hl i per packar, ui oix püchnga rwx o,or will be ■ent by mail on reeeipt of the money Vy addressiog THE URAY MEDICINE CO., 1674 No. 10 Mechanica' Bloek, Detroit Mkh. -fc-Sold in Ann Arbor by Kberbach & Sou, and by all druggists evei ywhere DIN8EY & SKABOLT'S BAKERY? GROCERY -ANÜKLODK & VKV.l) KTOH'K. We keep coustuntly on tiand, BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, ETC, FOR WHOLESALE and RKTAIL TRAD1Í. We nhall tütfu keep u supply ot DELHI F"L.OTJÏL, J. M. 8WIFT & OO'S BEST WHITE WHEAJ' FLOUE, BYE FLOUB, BUCKWWHEAT FLOUH, CORN MKAL, FtiED. Ac, &O. At wbolcsiile ana retail. A general stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS oonstantly on hund, which will be sold on tíñ reasonable terms hh at any other house in thie city. Caah paid for Butter, Egga, and Country ProSnee generally. Ki" Goode deliverea 'O any part of the city witb out extra charge. KI1VSRY éc MIIIOIT. Ann Arbor. Jan. 1. 1878. 15C4 oi ] M Le ai lili XTotice. , All oontracts for udvertising in the AmL;s ftill ae completad by the new proprietor, aud Siibscrlbira who have paid in advance will reeeive the paper 4tiJ the expiration of their terra of subscriptton. 11 wubscriptions and adverti-siriK aceouiits earncd ;o Jan. 1, 1879, are the property of and will be I ected by Mr. Pond. Advertiaeri who do not desire to continue their J Ldvertiêements are requested to givc early notice, m such advertisement.s will be continued unless ttlierwise oWered, and charged for. ( JOHN N. BAILEY. Anu Arbor, Jan. 1, 1879, DE0P0SAL8 FOR WOOD ! Sealetl proposals for 100 cords of wood, four feet mg, (food }írtíen Hivkury and IVlaple wood, for %ch kind neuarate, in quantitia of not les than S ïn corda, will be rece i ved by the undersined for ie uext ten days, from the látli to the 2Mli i uut 1 6 r. m. The wood to be delivered at the followtng p'nce i tbiaoity: löcords at the hiiïh school building, )cords at the tirst ward building, 20 oords at tlie v ond ward buildiusf, 25 corda at the third wurd w uildine. The ritflit of rejectiu any aud all offeru i rerved. JOHN L. BURLEIGH, xretury of the Board of Education of School District No. 1. Awi Arbor, Junimry Hth, 1879. ' RAILROADS. MU MINAN C'KNTRAL KAIUiOA. HAY 12, 1878. aoixo wist. ■UW.. .- a -fl la H_?il?iilp Detroit , leave, ? oí! " 35 4 ''2 " e' %% U. r.Junction, 7 1-, o mi 6 00 s 08 8 6 10 10 Vayne Junctiou 7 t(J 1(, ail S 83 :; 80 7 10 o 42 Dexter, 8 56 ■ (i 53: 4 221 8 31 CheUea, 9 15 ! 7 08! 4 40 8 45 Gnws Lake, 47 7 33 5 05 ! 9 oí j Jaokson, 10 20. 12 "ó! 8 00 C Oo! 9 40 1246 Albion 1104 12 48, c 47 10 33 1 23 Muatell, n -,o i io _ g 7 I5 u 03 1 45 Battle Creek, ú 10 1 56 ?í 7 45 11 35 a 10 (iulealmi-g. 1-2 52 g 20 12 07 '. „ , A. M. a.m. Knlnmuzoo, 11 i 38 4 30 8 40 12 25 ! 2 53 Lawton, 1 1 64 3 09 1 08 Decatur, 2 11 5 20 1 27 Dowatfiac, 2 ;( ; 5 46 l 57 5'1' :; M 4 07' 6 30 2 3: 4 15 Buehamvn, ; l'j ; fl 43 2 54 _ Three Oak ; 3 49 : 7 13 New Buttiilo, 4 03 4 57, 7 28 3 45 Michigan City, 4 30 5 20 7 65 4 16 6 30 Lke, 5 13 G 02 8 40 5 04 6 19 Ki'iimnjrtoii, 6 00 6 50 9 (0 5 55 7 10 Chicago, iirrive, 6 M 7 -40 10 30 6 45 8 00 OOINGEAST. 1 i Má i L; :_p_ _?Lj __ _j_ a . m. a. m. i', m. p. m. : p. ir Chicago, leave, ] 7 00 9 00 4 00! 5 15 9 o Kentiington, 7 50 9 50' 4 50 6 05 9 50 Lke, 8 40 10 82. 6 451 0 60 10 32 Michigan City, 'J 2.'i 11 18 6 35 I 7 40 11 20 New Buífalo, 9 47 11 29 0 57 I 11 39 ru.oo Oaku, 10 02 7 12 A M Buehannn, 10 32 7 43 '. 1 Niles, 10 45 12 13 8 12 9 00 12 35 Dowagiac, 1115 8 40 103 Decatur, 11138 9 05; 127 Lawton, H 57 1 9 23 a. m Kalamazoo, 12 331 1 40 10 00 6 60 10 261 2 17 Galesburg, 12 52 J709I 2 37 Battle Creek, 127 2 13 j M 7 40 11 08 3 ÍS Marahnll, J JB Ö 00 a 8 10 11 37 Tls 1 Ia.m. Albion, I 2 52 3 21 a.m. 8 35 12 Ofl' 4 10 Jackson, 3 45 ; 4 05 5 40 9 40 12 50 4 54 OniHK l.akf, 4 081 6 07 10 00 Chelsea, ' 4 40' J 6 3110 181 Dexter, 8 00 6 47 10 30; Delhi, ' 5 10: i 6 55; ' ; Aun Arbor, 5 20 S 10 7 10 JO 40 2 06 0 30 Geddes, ! I Ypsilsnti. 5 38 5 24 7 27 1100 2 20,6 45 Wayne June, C 021 545: 7 62 11 22 2 44! 7 09 G.T. June, ; ü 6 151 8 25 11 50 3 20! 7 45 Detroit, Ar., ! (i 48 6 30 i 8 40,12 05 3 35 8 00 Grand Rápida and Kalamuzoo Express arriveH at (irand Hapida 2.20 p. m., and leave Urand Kanidí 6:lSa.m. ♦Sundaysexcepted. ISaturday and 8unday excepted. t Daily. H. B. LEDYAED, Gen'l Manager, Detroit. H. C. Westwokih, G. P. & T. Agt., Ohicage. Toledo and Ann Arbor Railroad. Taking effect Munday, Nov. 4, 1878. (iOI.NH XOKTH. QOING SOUTH. Mm. i-.xp.Exp. Kxp. "ExpTHfx. A. M A.M. P. M. A. H.'tP.M. P. M. 6 50 10 30 4 05 TOLEDO 9 29 2 60 6 40 G.-)l 10 33 4 08 North Toledo 9 26 2 47 6 35 7 10 1043Í 4 19 Detroit Junction 916! 2 40 6 17 7 24 10 52 4 29 Hawthorn ! 9 07 2 34 6 02 7 3U110O 4 37 Samada ' 9 00 2 29 5 49 7 48 11 08 4 tí Seola I 8 52 2 2 6 3fl 7 56 1113 450 Lulu i 8 47 2 20 5 28 8 04 1118 4r5 Jionroe Juuction 8 42 2 16; 5 20 8 281127 506 Dundee 828 2 10 5 05 8 40 11:82 5 11 Macón S 22 2 04 4 42 8 58 1140 5 20 Azulia 8 14 1 55 4 24 9 26,1158 .', 34 MMau 8 00 140 3 54 1144 12 01 5 43 Nora 7 51 131 8 86 10 08 12 11 5 55 Urania 7 40 120 3 12 10 26 12 20 0 04 Ypsilauti June. 7 31 112 2 54 111.10 12 28' fi lñ A.NN ARBOK 7 20Ü2 58 2 31) The 7.20 a. m. express south makes close connections at Monroe .Tiiuetion íbr Adrián and Monroe and íor points on the Lake Shore ; at Toledo with Columbus i Toledo and the Wabnah. The 12.58 p. 111. frxprfesa south conneets at Toledo with the 3 u' l.H k train east 011 the ÏVnnsylvania Koad thro' u x.-w York. AH tiains run jy Golambas time - 7 minutes linter Untn Aun Arbor time. J. M. ASI1LKY", Jlt , Superintendent. DETEOIT, HILLSÜALE AND SOI 'I'HWKSTEKN RAILROAD To take effect Aug. 19, 1878. OOINQ WE8T. UO1NÜ BA&T. 8TAXION8. llílí.. Kxp. 8TATION9. 10xp. Mili Ypmlantl ... li' 6:OS' A. m. p. m. Toledo June. 8:86 6:28 lSiuiken 6-.00 '1-AV Saline. . . 9:25 6:45 Hilladale . A-30 2:10 Bridgcwater .. 9:47 7:07 Manchester.. 8:30 4:02 Manchester. 10:22 ï:::3 Bridgewater 9:00 4:23 P.M. Saline 9:50 4:42 üillsdale 1:00 9:47 Toledo June. 10:10 4:65 Bankers 1:10 10:00 , Ypsilimti... . 10:35 5:15 Traius run by Chicago time. W. F. PAKKER, Sup't, Ypsilanti. CANADA SOUTHJERN R'Y LINIES. The Only Atnericun Route Through Canada. Treint lekve M. C'. 11. U. Depot, Detroit, city time, as i'ollows: Atlantic Express, daily, 4 00 a. m., Wagner car to Boston. Fast Day Express, daily, 12 10 noon, Wagner car to New York and Boston. LightDing Express, daily except Sunday, 11 10 p. in., Wagner car to Buffalo and Bochwter. Toledo trains leave 7 50 a. BS. except Sunday ; 3 10 p. ra. daily ; fi 50 p. m. except Sunday, For Fayutte ii 30 p. m. except Sunday. 'ö Kor iuforniation and tickets apply toQ. W, Sharples-s, agent M. C. R. R., Ann Arbor. W. K. MUIK, (en'l Manager, St. Tilomas, Ont. M. C. RÜACH. Pass. Agent, Detroit, FRANK E. 8N0W, ien. Pas, and Ticket Agt. Detroit. - Note important chnnges in the time tabla of tlie D., II & S. W. Railway. A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED ! NEW GOODS ! AndpriccsLOWËK THAN KVEK. ï have purchased in New York, for eush, aiiü I urn now dnily rt-ctiivim 11e ut' the largest and moat select stock of Üroceriea ín Washtenaw County, cousiifting of a full and well selected LINE OF TEAS, AU oí' the new erop - iucluding Kuupow l'r, Imperialü, Vuuus II vHona, II) sous. JapuiiH, OoIuuim, lorI1II1S.1S. i UllIfOllS, lll ÍI..1.-S. UUtl Th imliii) s, Together with a full line of COFFEKS, consitinp of the following branda: MOCHA, OLD aÖV'T JAVA.MAUACA1BO, LAUUAYKE,8ANTOS and lilO, both roasfed and ifrouud ; a full and well selected wtoek if SUCARS, SYRPUS AND MOLAS8ES, roether with everythine in the line cf Pure 3pict!t),Cuuued fruit, and Vegetuble. We huve a 'uil uud complet liue of BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES Acd Husiery. AIso, a choice aasortment of Ludies' aud Geritleniun'b Underweur. Cali aud exnmiue Goods aud Piicea and we will insure eatiafaction. EDWAKD DUFFY. " Muynnrd'H Block,' cor.Jluiu and Aiin streeta Ann Arbor, Mich. BSTIIiheht casli piiee paid tor all farm produce.TBi J5TN A 1NSUIIANÜH COMPAlW. Capital, - - $3,000,008. Assets Jan 1, 1876, $6,792,649.93. Loases Paid in 55 Years, $44,760,391.71. Surplus over all Liabilities, inclu'''- Re-Insurance ReHorve, $ 4, 735, 092. 86. Nnt .Surplus over Liubilititis, ineluding Re Insurance and Capital Stock, $1,735,092.86. G. MACK. Aifent. Aun Albor.


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