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"DINSEY & SEABOLT'S BAKERY, GROCERY -ANDKLOÜR & FEE STORE. We keep constan tly on nand, BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, ETC, FOR WHOLESALE and RETAIL TItADE. We ahull also keep a supply of DELHI FLOUR, J. M. SWIFT OO'S BEST WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, BYE FLOUR, BUOKVWVHKAT FLOUR, CORN MEAL, FEED, Ac, &o. At Wholesale una retail. A general stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS constantly on hand, which will be sold on as reasonable terme as at any other house in this city. Cash paid ior Butter, Eggs, and Country Pro3ace generally. 6é7 Goods delivercfl 'O any part of the city with out extra charge. Itl m:V & SEABOLT. Vnn Arbor, Jan. 1. 1878. 15M NEW ADYERTISEMENTS. HILL'S OPERA HOUSE. Al DPositive Sensation TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Friday & Saturday, Fel). 21 & 22. The Famous Original M'LLE FACHON'S PAEISIAN FOLLIES! Popular prices. Estáte of John Gibney. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUXTY of Wtishtena, bh. At a Hession of the Probate Court ior the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Oitiee in the city of Aun Arbor, on TueBday, the 18th da y of February, in the year one thousand ei?ht humlred nnd seventy-uine. Present, Williain 0. Harrimau, Judge ut Probate. In the matter of the estáte oí' John Uibuey, deceused. Julia Gibney, admioistratrix wilh the will annexed of aaid estáte, comes i n tu court and represe nts tliat she is now prepared to ronder her final account as sueh adminidtrütrix. 'L'hereupon it is ordered, that Wedneüday, the nineteentli day of March next, at ten ö'clock'in the forenoon, be assigned for examining and allowiug such account, and that the devi?ees, leñatees 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, theuto be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor in said county, and show cause, if any there be, whv the said account should not be allowcd : Aud it ïd further ordered, that said administratrix give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said account and the hearing thereof, by causiug a copy of this order to be pubüshed in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper printed and circulathig in said county, three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (Atrue copy.) Judge of Probate. Wm.ü, Duty. Probate Register. 8-4t Commissloiiers' Nutiee. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY of "Washtenaw, bs. The underbigned huving been appomted by the Probate Court for said County, CommisBioners to receive, examine and aiJjust all claims and dcmands of all persons nguintii il estateof Rnse Conaty, late of ' mud eouoty deceaued, hereby give notice that six montha froin date ure aïlowed, by order of Baid Probate i'ourt, for Creditors to present their claims against the estáte of said deceasod, and that they will meet at the office of (ieorge W. Turn Buil, in the village of Chelsea, in Baid County, on Tuesday, the 13th day of May, and on Wednesday, the 13th day of August next, atteno'clock A. M., of each of said daya, to receive, examine and adjust aaid claims, Dated, l-'ebruary 13, A. I)., 1S79. U EO RU E V. TURN BULL, JAMES HUDLER, 8-4t Comroissioners. Kstate of' James Treadwell. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COÜNTY of Washtenaw, ss. At a seasion of the Probate ( (Juurt ïor the Lounty ol Washtenaw, holden at th Probate OÜiee, in the city of Ann Arbor, oa Tuee day, the eighteenth diiy of Februaiy, in the year one ihousand eight hundred and seveuty-nine. Present, William I. Hainmiin, Judgeof Probate In the matter of the emtute of James ïreadwelj deceaeed. On reading and filing the petition duly verified o: Densmore Cramur, prayin that a eertain instrument dow on tile in this Court, purporting to be the last WiJl and Testament of aaid deceased, muy be admítted to probate, and that he and JohnNunry may be appuinted executors thereof. Thereupon it ia ordered, that Monday, the seventeenth day of March next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be aasigrned for the hearing of said petition, and that thedevisee, legateeaand lu'irsat law of aid deceased, and all other pereons interestec in aaid estáte, are required to appear al 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 íh fu-rther ordered that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in aaid eatate, of the pendency of said petition and the hearine tbereof , by cauning a copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argus, ft newspaper printed and circulated in aaid county, thrte successive weeka previoua to said dny of hearing. WILLIAM D HARKIMAN, fA true copy.) Judge of Probate Wm. Q. Doty, Probate Recrister, 6-4t Chiim-ery Sale. rpHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY J. of WüHhtenaw, in Chancfiry. Alexander Soulier, compluinant, va. Henry M. Phelps, defendant. In pursuance and by virtue of doeree of snid Court made and entered by said Cqurt in the above entitled iiaii&e, on the J2th day of TioyefJiber, A. D, 1Ï78. Notioe is hereby given tbat 1 Bh'ail seli at public auclion, to the hiheBt bidder, on ilonday, Ihe 14th day of April, A. D. 1679, at eleven o'olock in the forenoon, at the front door of the County Clerk'a otüce, in the city of Ann Arbor, County of Waahtenaw, and State of Michigon, said County Clerk'a office bemg thb place deignated by the Circuit Judge as the place ibr holding the Circuit Court for the County of Washtenaw, the followini? deBcriDed real estáte, being the aaitie mentioned J and described in said decree, and sitúate in the i Townsbip of Webster, County of Washtenaw and j State of Michigan, to-wit: The east half of the southeast quurter of section thirty-two, and the west half of the west half ol the southwest ter of section ttairty-tbrce, and the sotithwest 1 ter of the southeast quarter of section thirty-two, ' township one, south rane five east, containiny one hundred and sixty acres of land, more orlesa. February 2lst, 1879. n JAMES McMAHON, A Circuit Court Commissloner in and for the si County of Washtenaw, Michigan. A. GRANE, Öulicitor for Complainant. J1TN A INSURAli COMPANY. Capital, - - $3,000,000. Assets Jan 1, 1876, $6,792,649.98. Losses Paid iu öó Years, $44,760,391.71. Surplus over all Liabilities, inclB17" Ke-Insurance Reserve, $4,735,092.36. Net Surplus over Liabilities, including Ee-Insurance and Capital Stook, $1,735,092.36. C. MACK, Agent, AnuArUor. m ó EXTRACT jSarsaparillal Hls acKnowledped to te tbe best and molt H reliablc preparaiiou now prepared fox LIVER COMPLAINT, And ior Furifying the Elc:d. , Tbia prepiratlon is compoundea wiül great care, froui the boet eelected Honduras Sarsaparilla, Telloir Doek, Stillingia Dandelion, Wild Cherry, and otlier Valuable Eemodies. Freparod only ty W. JOHNS1ON & CO. Chemist & Drusgifts, 161 Jefièrson Ave., Detroit, Mich' Puld by all DruggiBte. GET Y0ÜE PROPEEÏY INSUEED BY C. H. KILLEN, Insurance Agent No. 4 South Main Street, ANNARBOR, - MICH, The oldest agency in the city. Estahlished a quarter of a century ao. Hpresentiïig the followiug tirst class otiHinanie Home Insurance Co. of N. Y., Assets over $6,000, 00( Continental Ins. Co. of N. T.'AstetB over $3, 000,001 Niágara Fre Ins. Co., N Y., Assets il.-H.MOO Girardof Pa., Assets over $1,000,000 Oriënt of Hartford, Assets $700,000 &H R;itfs low. Loases liberally ailjusted and promptly paid. 1700 C. H. MILLEN. rpiii; TOOiVAKCJI Brunswick BILLIARD HALL! UNDEE COOK'S HOTEL, .U'S ARBOR. ) New Billiard Tables, CALL AND SEE THEM. ó WM. FRANK, Propriotor. LT OU SE AND LOT TOR SALE. Located in a desirble part Qf the pit)', ftUfil io food repaif. AIsq a house to rent on favorttbl emú. inquire at the Aiigup office, or 98 THÜJltíON STREET, Ann Arbor, Jan. 20, 1879. 4tf E.C.FBEEB, PEAI.KK Dl resh, Salt l' Smoked Ment, Fresh Fish, Oysters, Fottltry, etc. So. 36 East Hur'ri Street, Ann Abbor, MlCH. j,V%IS TJ FOK KALK. Having obtained a perfect title of the ' ïelly farm, of 87 acres, located In the towuship ot Vini Arbor, on seetiün 24, I mtw olïer the sanie töx ale. Terms easy. , D. CHAMER. Ann Arbor, Jan. 7, 1879. lT'.'lwB A DOLLAR SAVEO IS A DOLLAK EARNED ! o NEW GOODS! .Xnd pnces LOWER ÏHAN EVER. I liave purchased íd New York, for cush, anu I urn now daily receivinc one of the largest and moat Belect stocks oí' Groeeries in Washtenaw County, consisting oí a tul] and well selected LINE OF TEAS, AU of the neff erop - including I. in pon ]th, lm pel als, lomi!; II)'s.niN, !l sous. j npana, i,,lon-s. Forii!.s;is. Uonous, Manchonifs, and ! Twiinkayi, Together with a full line of COFFEES connixtïng of the foltowing branda: MOCHA, OLD OOV'T .TAVA.MAKACAIBO, LAOUAYRJS.SANTOS and K1O, both roaated and ground ; u full and well selected stock of SUCARS, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES, Together with everythinjr in the line cf Pure Hpieos,Oanned fruits, and Vegetables. We have full and complet1 line oí BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES And Hosiery. Also, a cholee iwnortment of Lmïies' andUentlenien's Underweur Ctill and exuiuine Qoodp und Pricea aud we will iuaure satisfaction. KDAVAKD DUFFÏ. " MayDard'e Block, cor. Main and Ann Ueets Ann Arbor, Mich. iWUifrlieBt cash priee paid for all farm produce, lid 'VIBRATOR' Heg. March 31, S THE 0RÍ61NAL&0NLY GENUINE "Vibrator" Threshers, vmi lMrnovKn MOUNTEO KORSL POWERS, Anti Steam Tliresïier X]nciii8. Hade only by Ü.OHÜLS,SHEPARD&CQM KATTrjG CKEEK, MICIÏ. "FUE Mntcïiicss Grain-Snvinir, Time { havlnit, n,l Mooey-Sivln Threshers or "lila .■ .y ,„4 EctKTMIou. Ki-yoncl II Ríralry for Rpld WoiU, a. fect Cieauüis, aud tor svius" GralD from Waatase. RAIN K hits wlll not Submit to tho fj mor m watnse ofOnila i uta hin-rior ork l,y Lu-j utliii iiunhii;. rt, rheo once toettíd ou tile dincieucc. THE ENTIBE Threshfnü Expenses i.iïnl oltin :i to 5 'litn(i iilHt nmounii can Iw; by llm Lxlru Grain SAVÜD by theso J mpro vd Mactliaes. NO Rcvolvin-t Shnfts Inside the Sepur,ilor Kulinly f.-.o taa Bealti., Flcken, gSSSk nnd uil IKk tlmf-wastinï nd erala-wasüus roniull' ri-.tlons rerrecllyadapted to all Kind nd 'Conclltioiu o( Oi.u, WctorDry, L011J or Slwil, Menjedor Bouud. fJOT oply Vnutly Superior for Whent, [f 0 il. ■; 1!, and hko Oral.i., bul ti m.y SS(vhbIuI 'J'hreBiior In Flax, Tlmotlty, Mlllet, Clorer, hii 1 likfl s.-il. Rpqulrrn lio " attacbmeuta " or " rebuildiug ' lo itiHUga from Uraín to&eds, M.;if8 do LUterlUtfa or Scatterloga. rtJR Sizes of Sepnrntors Made, rana imm M to Twi-lva Hor.o aize, u.l w .n,", , ;. ..i ii. .1 lloin l'unn tomwcii. ' Q TEAM Power Threhewi a Specinliv. 0 -i i.weUl I1M üejuiiutoc made exDreanly lor teaui í'owíi; On? Unrivaled Hlram Thresher EnI in"., WlUi Valual.le Iiiiüroveniauta ud Uiatlnvliv ï't-.itiirca, lar beyond miy otber make or kind. 5 Tliormich Workmanshlp, Eleeant I InUU, TurKTtion or Parta, Completeoau of Equlpnint, i'tc, our Oatflts are IacompanOilft, roil Partícula, cali on our Dealers f or wrile to u íor lUuatraUd Clreolar, whlctv Ve mail fraa THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY! GRAYS SPECItfiC MEDICINE TRADEMARK.Is Mpeoillyrec-rRAD ; 'L ommen ded as an jjW JÊÈ - Tunfailingeiirefor ffigu 1 W$ i Seminal P$ (jT jilfly. easea that follow jBJkT BeforeTakingLo1ístFUifM5-After Taking RY.UNivERSALLABaiTUDE, Pain in the Back, Dim of Vision, Prrmature Old Agk, ad many other diseaaes that lead to lqsanUy( Conaumption and a Prematnre Grave, all of whïch as a rule are first caueed by neviatin fram the path of nature and avT indilgence. The Speciflc Medicine in the reault of a liíd study and many years of experience in treating theee special diseoaes. i'ull jirtiticuhirs in our pamphlets, whieh we desirt' to sond free by mail to every one. The Speoifio Mertioine l soM by all Drugjiiats at $1 per package, or six paekages ftr $ñ, or will be sent by mail on receipt of the money hy addressing THE ORA Y MEDICINE CO., 1674 No 10 Meohunica' Block, Detroit Mich. -Sold in Ann Arhor by Eberbach & Son, and by ali druggistu everywhere Vbstracts of Titlcs. AU partiea who are desirou of uscertniainK the oonrütion of the title to their lands, or parties who wish to loan money on real estáte will do weil to cali ut the Register's otüce and conHult a Compared Set of Abstract Books. Said bou!; re so lar advanced that the Register oan í in in wli on short notice a Perfect Statement as to the Title of any parcel of and in Waahtenuw County us showu by the original records. - C. H. MANLY, Register. RAILROADS. HICHIUAK CESTRA1 RA1LB0AB. MAY 12, 1878. aoiMG WEET. Detroit, leave, 7 00 9 35 4 45 N 6 20 9 30 Cr.T. Junction, j 7 15 10 1)0 5 00 S il.", 6 36 K. 10 Wayne Junctionl 7 46 10 26 Í 32 3 ;i0 7 lil (, 2 OePddeTU -11! " L? g ? Mil W A„„ Abor, 8 JuflOJ , 30 T [SlJJl Deiter, 8 66 - ti 53 4 22 8 31 Clu-lsea, 9 ir, . 7 (,8 4 4, 8 4 Grus Lake, s 47 7 :.;; ;, 06 0J Jackson, 10 20. li iö 8 00 6 OP 9 4o'l' Albion 1104 12 48, ,; 47 10 38 1 23 Marshall, n 50 1 10I-; 7 15 11 03 1 1 45 V.M. g Battle Creek. 12 1 1 56 7 7 4." 11 35 ■ 10 Cralesburg, 12 42 _ s ,i 2 (;; „ , m. a. m. Kalamnzno, 1 : ? :js j :;n s ü ,.. )5 ., 3 Lawtoii, 1 54 .-, u.-, , l8 UecHtur. 2 1] .M [ .,. Uowatfmo, 2 :;; 5 45 1 5; L iVle' S 1)5 4 117 ; :i.l 2 3; 4 11 Uuehanan, 3 19 4;. . rl4 Three Oaks 3 49 ; 13 . New BuHalo, 4 03 4 07 7 SS 3 45 I Michigan Cily, 4 .!O .i 20 ; ,, 4 16 5 30 tHke'. 5 1S " W í' 5 114 c 19 KensinKton, ti 00 ti 5.1 il 111 .-, 515 , ,, UucaKo.airive, S_6fl i 4OllBa0 'i ir, 8 00 ■ a 5 L . W 1 i Í _?_ __?_ _?L á_ _ __ A.M. A. M. P. M. . 1'. M. P. M Chicago, lonve, ' 7 00 9 00 4 00 5 15 9 0 KeDiiigton, 7 50 9 50 4 60 6 Wl 9 50 Lake, 8 40 10 32 5 45 (i 60 10 82 Michigan City, 9 25 11 13 6 35 1 i II 20 NewBuffalo, 9 47 11 29 ü 67 11 39 Three Oake, 10 02 7 g Buohanan, ! 10 32 7 4:! 1 Hiles, 10 46 12 15 8 IS 9 mu 12 35 Duwag-iac, ,11 ir, s 40 1 03 Decatiir, 11 3 u ir, 1 27 Lawton, til 57 ü 23 a h Kalnmazoo, 12 33 1 40 111 00 6 511 1" M 2 1J önlenburg, 12 52 . 7 09 '.' 37 Battle Creek, 1 27 S 18 J M 7 4U U8 8 15 Marshall, 9 25 3 00 f s 10 il 37 TTü Albion, 2 52 3 21 a. M. S 35.12 05 4 1(1 Jackson, 8 45 4 05 5 40 9 40 19 50 4 M Grasa Lake, 4 08 ü (7 10 00 Chclso:i, 4 40 6 31 10 18 Dexter, 5 00 0 -17 10 30 Delhi, 5 10 . n 50 Aun Arbor, 5 20 S I 7 1(1 lo 46 2 06 6 :so Qeddea, I Ypsilanti, 5 38 5 24 7 27 11 00 2 20 6 Wayne June, (i 0J 5 4." 7 í'2 1 1 22 2 14 7 09 O. T. . June, í 31 fi IB ) -ñ 11 flii :i 20 7 4S Detroit, Ar., ! U 48; 6 30 8 40 12 08 3 85 H 0U (irsnd Kfipida and Ka'himiizoo KzpreM flrrivps at Grand Itapids 2.20 p. m., and leaves Grand [tu oíd a 6:15 a. m. ♦Sundays excepted. :Suturday mid Hund.iv eicepted. tüaily. H. B. LBDTAHD.Gen'lManífier, lieiiut H. C. Wentworth, U. P. & T. Agt., CWoago. Toledo and Ann Arbor Railroad. Taking etll'Ct Monday, NoV. 4, 1S78. f.-OIXfi NOKTH. OOINU SOCTK. sríir'cxp. Exp. í.xp. i:Xj. m.. A. M.A.M. P. M. 'a. M. P.M.P. M. 6 50 1Ü3Ü 4 05 TOLEDO 9 29 2 511 6 40 8 8! 10 83 -lus North Toledo 926 2 47 6 35 7 10 10 43 4 19 Detroit Junctior tl 2 40 611 7 24 10 52 4 29 Hawthorn 9 07 2 84 6 03 7 36iiü(i 4 87 Sumaria 900 2 5 4j 7 48 1108 4 45 Seola 8 51 2 21 6 :i6 7 56 1113 4 50 Lulu 8 1; 2 20 6 28 8 041118 4 55 Monroe.Tunction 8 42 2 lfi ;" ll 8 28 U 27 sos Dundee 2 lo sor. 8 40 11 32 5 11 Alaron 8 2S y l'-l ' 4 42 8 58 1140 5 20 Alalia H 14 1 M 4 24 9 2(1 11 53 5 34 Milan S 00 140 8 84 9 44112 011 5 43 Nora 7S1 131 3 36 10 0812 Ui 5 65 Urania 7 40 I 2U BIJ 10 26 12 20 6 04 Ypsilanti Juno. 7 :1 112 2M 10 5012 28, 6 15 ANN ARBOtt ,7 2(112 38,2 80 _ The 7.20 a. m. expresa aouth mafcea cloee ooniieetions at Monroe Junction for Adrián and Uonro and for poiuts on the Lake Short", at Toledo with Columbus & Toledo and the Wahaah. Tbe 12.58 ). m. expresa south corjneets at Toledo wiih i!n :; o'clocE train east on tha Penosylvania Koad thro' to New York. All trains run iy Cntumbue time- 7 minutos faster than Ann Arbor liim. J. M. ASHLEV, .Ir , Superinteiuliiil . ÜETEOIT, HILLSDAtE ANÍ) 8ÖUTHWESTERN KA1 LROAI) To tnke. effect Aug. 19, 1878. UÜINO WEST. U0IN ZAST. STATIONS. Mui. Kxp. STATIONS. Eïijk. Mail Ypsilanti ... 8: 15 ' 8:0s' " M' M TuledoJuuc. 8:35 6:25 Bankera 6:00 2:0 Saline 9:'25 :45 HillsdiO 5:30 2:10 Bridgewater.. 9:47 7:07 Manc!B8ler.. S:30 4:02 Manchester. 10:22 7:33 Bridgewater 9.00 4:23 r. M. Silline 9:5 4:-l: Hillsdsle 1:00 9:17 Toledo June. 10:10 155 Bankers 1:10 10:00 Ypsilanti.... 10:35 5:13 Truiue run by Chicago time. W. F. PARKER, Sup't, Ypsilanti. CANADA SOCTHBBri K'V I.1NES. The Only AmeHoaD Boute Through Canada. Train k'iive M. C. IÍ. ü. Depot, W ruil, city iilne, as tbllova: Atlaiuii: Exprsss, daily, 1 00 n. m., Wagner car to Boato a. Faal Day Express, daily, 12 10 noon, Wagnr car to New Vork and Huston. Lirfitaing Expresa, tl ui 1 y except Sunday, 11 10 ]. ni., Wagner car ii Buflalo and Bochester. Toledo trains leave 7 5u a. ui. excepi Sunday : ■" 10 p. m. daily ; 6 50 p, ia. except Sunday, For Fayette ■ '■'" p. i'i. excepi Suuday. JtSF For Ijjfomiatioii and tickets appl; ..;. " Bharpleaa, agent M.C. lt. H., Ann Arbor. V. K. Mlll!. ien'l Manager, St. Tbutuas, Out. M O. ROACH. l'ass. Agent, Detroit. FEANK E.8N0W, Oen. Pasa, tBd Ticket Agt, Detroit. 1TOTICE. The u udersijíued ïvs purclutseti the intcifsi oí GoeTge H. Wiuulow in the frame and picture busiiiess, No 30 Ëasl Üurou Street, and wlll Maktiaue (Ih business ut the sanie piare, glrlng TWttpt atteiitiou tu all orders t'or fiíinie.s, etc. A tino stock ui" Oh romos, Engravlogn, aod rbotographa oa haud iuú fbr sale eheap. All dehtsdue the late fino oí Wiuslow .t McMil;iu are paya ble to the underslgoed, aixl ;i ny ililits ontracted durtng liis conawtlon with tbe Jirni j.aid by hm. Ann rbOT, Out, U, 1SS. Klütl' I McMTLLAH.


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