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M..C . !L C.i:u1WOW TT P A VS to learn O.J 11 XI XiLiO PHONOGRAPHY. 1. It Is mteresting as a game of chess, and may be learned by any boy or girl. 2. It is instructivo in the philoHophy and correct use of language. 3. It disciplines the mind and cuttivates tlie memory. 4. It prepares young men lor uecess in any of the jrrofrssioiis. 5. It enables young men and young women to obtain jirofitnblf employment, as rejiorters, at less cost of time and study than any other profession. 6. The telephoiie. the new mtthod of telegiaphlng by the voice.will soon reiuire tnony thoumds of Yhnnographer as operators, 'in order thatthey may keep pacewith the new instrument. The AMERICAN JHAXUAL OF FHOtrOGRAJPBT is the best self-instructor in the art. It will be sent, with Copy-Book, to any address, on receipt of Cl. THE PHOXETIC JEZ UCA TOS, devoted to Correct Spelling, Good Reading and Speaking, Kapid Writing, and general Self-Improvement, is published montbly, at $1.50 a year. Adclrcst, LE0KL 1. LOKGLEY, CinciunaU.a QOODRICH HOUSE, SAL1NK, M1CH. Best Hotel in town. First-clasa in every respect A sparious sample Guesta cowveyed to and from Railroad (reo. A. H. (Joourioh, Prop'r EN. COOPI'.K, ÍI. JD., Accoucheur and GjrnHechologist. Office corner Main aud Huron st reets, Ann Arbor. GRKAT lVUvrKin KAII.WAÏDepots foot of Third and Urush streels Detroit timo. Detroit time. Le ve Arrive. Atlantic Expíes, 14.' 0 n. m. p m rK7 Express, 8.35 a. m. '6.30 p. m. New York and Boston Express, 7.00 p. n. t9.45 a. m. Detroit Express, T2.45 p. m. Kteumhoitt Express, 7.00 a. m. JDuily. DailyexceptSund'. tExcept Monday. SF" For information and ticket apply to H W Hayes, Agent M. O. K. R., Aun Albor. W. H. FIRTH, WM. EDG K, Western Pass'r Ag't. Geneml Pasu'r A;ent LEGAL NOTICES." lístate of Charlotte A. Holt. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY of Wabhtenaw, ss. At a sebsion of the Probate Court lor the County ot Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city oi Ann Arbor, on Friïay, the first day of August, in the year one wousiind eight hundred and eventy-nine. Present, Wiltiatn I). H;irrmian,Judiie of Probate. In the matter of the estáte oi Charlotte A. Holt, deceased. On ronding and filing the petition, duly verified, of Effic 3. High, pniying that iidminisiration of the estáte of said deceased raay be granted to Augustus High or some other uitable person. Thereupon it is ordured, that Monday, the first day of September next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be aseigned for the hearinj.' ot said petition, and that the huirs at hiw ot auid deceased, and all other persons intereeted in said estáte, are required to appear at a seusion of eaid Court, then to be holden at the Probate Olüce in the city of Ann Arbor, and show ?auge, if any there be why the praycr of the petitioners should not be graoted: And it is further ordered that said petitioners give notice to the pertonB interested iu eaid estáte, of the pendency of aaid petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing ■■ copy of thia ordur to be published in the Michigan Argds a newspaper priiiterf and circulated in suid county, three Hucceaeive weeks previoua to taid day of hearing. WILL1AM D. HARRIMAN, (A true copy ) Judge of Probat. Wm. Ü. Doty, Probate Reffiöter. l'Jstat of Jacob Haab. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COÜNTY of WttHliteniiw, ss Ai a sessionof the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Oitice, in the City ot Ann Arbor, on Thursday, the thirtyürst day of July, iu the year one thousaud eight hundred and seventy-nine. Present, William D. Hurriman, Judgeor Pr ate. In the matter of the eutute of Jacob fíaab, deceased. On reading and filing the petition, duly verifled, of Lewis .Uanb, praying tbat a certain instrument now on Ülu in tliis cuint, purp rtiug to the last will and testament of said deceased, mav be admitted tu Probate and thut he muy be appointed executor thereof. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the flrst day ot Öeptembi-r next, at ten o'clock in the liSBigcul for the hearing ol suid petition, aud tha1. the devisees, legiitees, and heir ut law of Huid dectíucted, and all othei peruons interested in said est att . ure required to ;■ ppear at a seasion of said court, then to be holden at the Probate olüce in the -'it y ot win Arbor, and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitiuner shuuld not be jraiited: And it is lurther ordered that said ' ' iioneigive notice to the persons interestcd in said ' sstate, of the pendency oi eaid petition, and the ïearinti thereof, by cauaiug a copy of this order ,o be publiahed in the Michigan Aiuius, a neweapcr printed and circulated in said county, three uccesbive weeks previous to said day ot hearing;. WILLIAM D. HAKK1MAN, í A true copy.) Judj oí Probate. Wm. G.Dott, Frotóte Beffteter. I T IXSEY & SEABOLT'S Bakery, Crocery, . AK FLOUR AND FEED STORE. We keep constan tly on hnnd BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, &c, For Wholesale and Bctail Trade. "We shall also keep a supply of DELHI IFIjOTTIR,, J. M. Swift Co's Best White Wheat Flour, Bye Flour, Buckwlieat Flour, Corn Meal, Feed, &c, &c, &c. At wholesale and retail. A general stock of GEOCEEIES AND PROVISIONS constantly on hnnd, which will be sold on as reasonable terras as at any othor house in the cj. Cash paid for Butter, Kggs, and Country Produce generally. %$" Goodsdelivered to any part of the city without extra charge. RTNSEY & SÉAIÏOLT. Ann Arbor, Jan. 1, 1S79. A NEW GROCERY! A f '16 EAST HU RON STREET, GASPAR RINSEY Has opened a new stock of Groceries at the above location, compriaing everytbinfr in the line at bottom prices - and purchused exclusively for cash. From a long experience in the trade, retail and wholesale, he belioveB he can aell goods as cheap as the cheapest. OAT.T, AND SEE HIS PKICES All Goo(bVYarranted First-Class. Farmer produce wanted for whicn tüe nignes AAsh priuc will b paid. SÖP" Eemember the place, 16 Eas Huron Street, Ann Arbor. TTNIVEESITY TONSOEIAL -AND - ZBa-tli. ISoorrs I CAIjL AND SEE OUK CIGARS & TOBACCOS. TEY OüB FIVE CEliTT CX3rJi.lEiS. Chewing and Smoking Tobáceos. TONSORIAL BOOM- all white operators. HairCuttiug, Shsnipooinü, and Shaving, in the best and latest styles. Satiafaction gua rantei'd. THK ONLT BATH BOOMS IN THE CITY. 25 CENTS A BATH. TOO CHEAP TO GO DIBTY! Ho. 5 North Main Stieet, Ann Arbor. G. C. SCHUTT AND UPHOLSTERYI .+. A.MUEHLIG 35 SOUTH MAM STREET, Announccs to the public that he is better thanever prepared to show them u complete Btock of Furniture, comprisiiig BED EOOM SUITES. PARLOR SUITES, SOFAS, TETES, CHAIRS, &c, &c, At priccs wonderfully low, táF Cali and see our stock. npÖ"THE FAËMEES OF WASHTENAW! It la a well-known fact and has not boen dented that the Toledo and Ann Arbor railroiid the past year has put in the pocket of the farmers of the county, at least three cents on all of their wheat. Now three cents on 1,500,000 busheis in 45,000 dollars ; quite a saving. Now we eay, bi nir your wheat and patronize the road where you will find your old friends, Tkkaimvell & Osboenk, ready to pay the hiirhest possible pricc that can be paid.- We trust, by fair dealing, we will receive s fair proportion or patronage. Youra trnly, TREADWELL & OSBOENE. Ann Arbor, July 23, 1679. TXHITMOEE LAKE I The undersijfned has fltted up the benutiful in-ove on tlie enöt side of Whilmore Ltike, for the reception of gut'Hts and boarders. Transifiit pleasure seekers as well ns boarders seekin a quiet, genteel aumiuer resort, will find at our place the most chnrminíí pcennry, and, we trust, a ho"pitnble. kind1 y home. To parties tendinp their orders a day i fore their arrival we will serve meals as gixd as i queatcd, otherwise a goofl cold lunch, wíth tea or , coítee, will be held to order ni all times at a veiy reauonable price. Good atabliiitr i alsn provided For. Givu us a trial, and we think vou will leave us + satisfied. ' F. W1DENMANN. FIFTYGTS. T0 WHI1M0REÜKÊ! s CitizeiiB of Ann Arbor should reinembor that tho ' )aasent:er fare to WLitinore L;iko viu Urigbtoii -, stag-e is only FIFTY CENTS. It is unneeessnry to hire a ritr at an expense of f 3 or $4 for you c;m takt the Brighton statre at the , jeonard House at 10 a. m. on Tuecdays, Thursdnys . and Suturdays, returning-on Monduys, Wednesdiiy and Fridays. Thi sfage runa rugiilady and enn " accuuimodate six peraont". " C. H. SMITH, Proprietor. L Ann Arbor, July 24, 1879. t: BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOÏS, v MICHIGAN MILITARY ACAÜKMY. Send for Catalogue. ORCHARI LAKE, MICH. LEGAL NOTICES. Keal Estáte for Sale. OTATE OP MICHIGAN, C0ÜNT1 k3 of Washtenaw, ss. Id the matter of the estat ofGeorge Fischer, Annie Fischer, John Fischei Lewis Fiseher, and Mary Fischer, minors. Noticei hereby given,that in pursuanee of an order graniet to the undersigned, guardián of the estáte of said min the Hon. Judge of Probate for the county o Washtenaw, on the 2d day of July, A. D. 1879, then wül be sold at pn'lic vendue, to the higheat bidder ut thé snuth front door of the Court Honse in tht city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw ir saidState, on Wednesday, the" Twentieth dai of August, A. D. 1S79, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day (subject to all encumbrances bj mortgage or otherwise existing at the time of tht sale), all the right, titie, and interest of said minor in and to the following described renl estáte, to wit; Lot number threc iu block number three soutli ruige sis eaat. The northeast part of lot number three in block number one south range number fnur east, beiug sixteen and a half feet front and fiity feet deep Also sixteen feet olf of the wen tide of lot number two in bloek number one sout of range four east ; aïl in the city of Ann Arbor, in the State of Michigan. Also a piece of land on sec tion number thirty-two iu town two south rang six east, in thn 8tateot Michigan, beginning on th north and south quarter line eleven chains north o the center of said section, thence north along the quarter line thirteen chains and twenty-six links thence east alung the south line of Brown & Bach's addition to the city of Ann Arbor fourteen chaina aud tlurtecn links to a stake. thence south four ïaina and aix links to tho half quarter line, thence ast along the half quarter line five chaina an ight link to tbeoürth and south half quarer line, thence south nine chains and seventeen inks to a stake, which is eleven chaina north of the ast and west quarter lm e of said aection, thence vest twenty chaiuö tothe place of bezinning, beinj! wenty-fourand nineone-hundredths acres of lanii ore or lesa. Also a piece of land on the northwest quarter of the northweat quarter of sectioii number thirty-two in the township of Ann Arbor county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, exceptinp the west seven chains and flfty links wide across said qmirter of said section , containing twen - ty-flve and farty-four one-hundredths aerea. Also the north half of the southwest quatter of section number iive and the southeast quarter ot section number 'ive, town one south range six east, exrepting the west forty acres, in Michigan. Alao lots number five, six, aeven. eight, njne, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, and fourteen in Brown'ssecond addition to the city o Ann Arbor in said statp. Also lots fifteen and sixtetn in Brown's second additïon to the city of Ann Arbor in the tate of Micliiran. AIío Iota one, two, three, four, five and the north twenty-two links wide of lot number six in block four, eouth of range number two east in the city of Ann Arbor in the state of Michigan. Dated July 2d, 1879. LEONÏÏARD GRUNER, Guardian. Katate of Marinda M. Colnian. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY of Waíhtenaw, ss. At a aesion of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenuw, holden at the Probate Office, m the city of Ann Arbor on Thursdy, the aeventeenth day of July, in the year one thouiMnd eifht huiidreil and seventy-nine Piesent, William D Htimman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Mrind;iM. Ooiman, deeeased. Ou readiug and filing the petition, duly verified, Cl;u-;t M. Colman, prnying that she or some othep suitabloperson may be appoiutetl tidroinistrator of the estáte of said iecensed. Theieupon it ia ordered, that Moaday, tbe eleveuth 3ay of August next, at ten oV;)ock rn the loreüoon, be isdigned lor the hearing of (aid petition, and that the heirs at law of &nid deceased, nd all other persons iutereatrd in said estáte, are ■equired to appear at a seacion of said court. then ;a be holden at the Probóte Ottiee in the city of nn Arbo, and show cause, if tiny there be, why he prayer of the petitioner should nOt b grAnted : V ml it is i ut t her ordered that unid pet ilion er give lotice to the pensoiiiMnterestcil in aaid estáte ot the xïndency of said pet'tion and the hearing thereof, y causing a copy of this order to bepubliahad in lit' Michigan Akgitb, a newspiipe printen and cirulated in anid county, three successive weeks pre'ious to said day of hearing. WI1.LIAM 1 HAKRIMAN, (A true (wpy.ï Judgt oí Probt. Wm. G. JDott, Probate Bgiiter. LEGAL NOTICES. Estáte ot Kzra C. Seaman. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, COTTNTY K.J of Washtenaw, ss. At a sessjon of the Probftte e Court for the Crnmty of Wasbtenaw, holden at the ■, Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monb diiy, the twenty-first day of July, in the yesr one 3 thousand eight hundred and soventy-nine Present, William D. Halliman, Judgeo! Probate, f In the matter of the estáte of Kzra C. Seainan, 3 deceased. On reading and filing the petition dnly verified of ) John M. Wheeler, praying that a certain instrui ment now on üle in thia Court, purporting to be the 1 laat Will and Testament of said deceased, mny be - admitted to probate, and that he mny be appointed ' executorthereof. s Therenpnn it b ordered, that Friday, the twentyl ninth day of August next, at ten o'clock in the ; forenoon, be uKfipned tor the hearing oí said ■ tion,find that thedeviaees, legateesand heirsnt hw of said deceased, and all other persons inlerested in said eatate, azc 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 aay there be, why tht pruyer of the pelitioner ahould uot be granted : Abó it is further ordered that said petitioner giv uoticf to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendenoy of said petition and the hearing thereof, by causing a i trrie? te W I published in the Michiga printed and circulated in cessive weeks prerious to t WILLIG TA trne copy.) . .yt. Wil. O. Doty, Probate E .-■ r Chancery - STATE OF MICH1 second Judicial in lienihiiK in the Circuit Court for the coiisty of WaahteDaw - in Chancery. At the city of Ypsilanti in said couuty, on the twelfth day of July, A. D. 1879, Maria h. Hart, coinplainant, ts. David C. Hart, dtsfendant in said suit. It satisfactorily ppearing to me that the dcfendant, David C. Hart, is u non-resideiit of this state, upon proof by aflïdaril of thut fact, and on motion of Albért Crane, solicitor and of counsel for complainant, it is ordered that the said defendant, David C. Hart, canse hi appearance to be entered in this cause within threa niünths from the date of this order, and that in case of his appearacce he cause hi answer to the complainnnt'ablll tobe filed anda copy thereof lo ba served on the complainant's solicitorwithin twentjr day after service of a copy of said bill and notie of this order, and in default thereof that the aid bill be taken as confessed by the said defendant David C. Hart; and it is further ordered that iritbin twenty days the said complainant cause sueh order to be publisbed in some newpaper printed ia said eounty once in eaeh week for six weeks in snecession. Dated, July 18. 1879. FRED A. HUNT, Circuit Court Commissioner, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Albebt Crank, Complt'sSolicitor. Estáte of Bcbekah IValker. OTATE OF MICHIGAN. COUNTY of Washtenaw, ss. Notice is hereby given , that iy a n order of the Probate Geurt for the County of Vashtenaw, nade on the twelfth day of .Tuly, A D. 879 six months from that date were allowed for reditorü to present, ttaeir clnims against the estat f Itebekfih "Walker, late oí aaid county, deeased, and that all creditorsof said deceased aro efjuired to present their claims to said Probate ourt, at the Probate Office in the City of Ann ,rbor, for examination and alïbwance, on ot before the twelfth day of Jttnuary next, and that six t claims will he heard before said Court on Monday, the thirteenth day of October, and on Monday, the twelfth day oí Januury next, at ten o'cïock in the forenoon of ench of said days. Dated, Aun Arbor, July 12, A. D. 1879. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, 29w4 Jrnige of Probate. FOR SALE. 60 acres, well improred, off tne west side of tbc west half of the sou i heust quarter of section eleven in the township of Pittsfield, WaKhtenaw CountyWili be aold cUeap. Tejow eay. Enquire of y L. C. 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