Abstracts of Titles. All parties who are desirous of ascertaining the condition of the title to their lands, or parties who wish to loan money on real eslate will do well to cali at the llegister'a office and consult a Compared Set of Abstract Boolcs. Said books are so tur advanced that the Registe can furmah on short notíce a Perfect Statement as to the Title of any parcel of and ín Washtenaw County as shown by the original records. C. H. MANLY, Kegister. Cliancery Sale. STATE OF MICHIGAN, THE CIEcuit Court for the County of Washtenaw, in Chancery. Ezra CSeaiuan complainant, vs.Jame M. Cole and Mary E. Cole, defendants. In puisu anee and by virtue of a decree of said court, made and entered by said court in the above entitlei cause on the 23d day oi .June, A. D. lKt.S. Notice is bereby given that I shall sell at public auction to the bighest bidder oo Monda r, tijk Kiftii day of May, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clocfc in the forenoon a the south front door of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor, county oi' Washtenaw and State o Michigan, the folluwing describid real estáte, being the sanio inentioned and deseribed in said decree towit: The southwest quarter of lot mnnber ont block nuinber three south in range bJx easi, lyinj east of Fifth strekt and south of Liberty strert. ii the city of Ann Arbor tour roda front 011 Fiftl stieüt and eightrodsdeep with house and buildings JAMI'S McMAHON, Circuit Court Commlaeioner in and for thel'oimty of WaahAeaaw, Michigan EZra. C. Beaman, Bolicïior pro se. Dated, Maroh 21, 1ö79. JSstate of Moses C. Ktlwiirds. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY kj of Washtenaw, bs At a session of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Wedaetday, the twenty-aixth day of Karch, in the year one thouaand eighthuudred and seventyuine. Present, Williain T. ITarriman, Jndge ofProbate Iu the matter of the estáte of Mosts C. Edwards, deceiised. Harinon Allen, adininistrator de bonisnon of said estáte comes loto court uil representa that he is now prepared to render bis Ünal account as euch admiolatrator. Thereupon it is ordered, that Tuesday, tbc fifteenth day of April next, at ten o'clock in the foreuoon, be nssigned for examinlng and allowing such account, and that the heirs at luw of said dt'CL-iised, ind all other persona interested iu said estáte, uro required to appear at & session of sald oonrt, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, iu said county, and show cause, i f any there be, why the siiid account should not be allowed. And it is further ordeied, that eaid administrator give notice to the peisous interestt'd in said eatate, of the pendency of s:iid account, and the hearing tiioieof, by canaJBgft copy oi this order to be publislitcl in the Miciihían Argus, a newspapvr printed and cixculatiug in suid couuty, two succebaive weeks previoua to Raid duy nf hoavinsr. WILLIAM 1). HAKIUMAN, (A trne opy.) Jurtge oí Probate. Wm. G. Dott, Probate Register. Bátate f .James TreadweU. STATE OF MICUÍUAN, COUNTY of Wasbtenaw, ss. Notice ia hereby given, fhat by an order of the Probale Court for the County of Washtenaw, made on the scventi enth day ol Blaf oh, A D. 1879, six months frora that date weru ullowuii tor oreditora to piesent their claims agaiast the estáte oí James Tieatlwell, late of enid county, deoeased, and that ail creditors of said decoased are required t o present their claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance, on or before the í-eventet nth day ot iStpttinbcr next, and that such olaims wili be lieard before said Court, on Tuesday, tlie scventeentli doy of June, and on Wednesday the scvenfecnth day of September ntxt, ut ten o'clock in the forenoon of eaeh of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, March 17, A. 1). 1879 WILLIAM 1) HARIÏIMAN, I-u 4 Judge of i'robate. LEADING DETROIT BUSINESS HCUSES. = ,___ 81 WOODWARD AVENUE, EETEOIT. We keep in stock the largest variety of Medical Merchandize gathered under o.ne roof in America. KVisitora ar; oordiftlly invited to risit onr Stole -vvlieii in Ietnit. ■ pittrsiciATfs, simouoxs, students, nul DK.Vr.KltS are mviled to examine our Iiuge tnd complete assortiment of SiirgMl Instruments mil fill líiii'h'c-d goods befara maim? theïr ;o!ttions clsewfeere, as "we will make ii lo theïr advantagi to obtain their ;-upplivs of ns. FUËDKHICK STEAKNS. HEL BROTHERS THE FAMILY GROCERS. Opera House Bleek, corner Monme Ave., DETROIT, MICH., orrr.r. STAXPATÜ) A COKFüE SUGATt, 8 ceñís per lt. nnKEST HOAST JAVA COFFEE, 1 30 cents perH. I?1SE3T JAPAN TEA, 51 ceuts per Ik F [NEST 3& DANS TOilATOKS, 10 cents per can. VABJJOUTU (OKX, - in cents per can TMXi; APPLE, -1 1 ' . ivnts per can ■piNEST FEENCTI MIXED CANDY, - 12' ., cents -.t IN. ÜRENCH !!'): B"N8, l1" cects per P. pHOCOT.ATB CEEAM PROrs, l-1! cents per f'. 7 1I-. O.VT MEAL QPIT3 fov n) 2.1 cents 'J 11 2J cenl9. 9 BAKS BABBITT'S SOAP for 50 cents. A BARS PP.O'XEB i CAMBI.FS SOAP for 25 cents. JpiXKST BAKING P(XWDER, VS cents per lb. O th CIIOICE DRIED I'JCACIIES for J ' '-1 2.1 cents. TK rilKNCII PECNE8 fr ''' 2.1 cents t Aap ín chocks, iJ 7 cents per B. Ct ÜAU CÜBED IIAMS, k7., centa per Iti. iniAU cui:ed siioui-deks, K' fi ernta per i. 'pAYLOE'S COCOA, ■- 1!) eents per package. UVGAB CIIKED DKIEIÏ DHKF, 11 cents per lb. Ve must our oven CofFee. We mak1 nll mir C:indi''s. We warrant all our gp-ota. We keeji ('anned Gooüttall binda. We keep b'aucy Good af] kinds. We are the lursrf-st Retid] Kouso in .Mihirnrr. r r ■ i.ists t'-nr. on appiic&tl6u. Nj cBárge fur packinor cartage. At HTJLL SUOTUEBS, THE FAMILY GKOCEH8, Opera House ïï'.ock, cor. M nroe ave., Petroit.