Uuliealtliy or Laacüve kidneys eausu gravel, IJriglit's disease, rheumalism, aud a horde of ollier Koriims and fatal discases, wliiuU eau bt prcrenled witti Hop Bitters, f taktjn in time. If uur ancestors were moukuya tlioy couldu't have been ignorant. They all revelled in the higbfer branches. VVliy wcar piasters? They ma.y relieve bul they cau't euro tliat lauie back for tb kiducys are tbc trouble, and you want ( reiiiedy lo act directly on tbeir secietious lo puril'y and restore their bealtby condi tiou. Kiduey-Wort bas tliat speciflc c tiun - aiid at tbc same time it regúlate tbe bowcls perfectly. Dun't wait to ge sick, but get a packajfB to-day, and eur yourself. Kitlit-r liquid or dry, for sale at all druggists.- Biughauiton Register. fc A - "Once I bad a dog wbo coutd tel rúcala frora honeat men." B- "Wha becaroe of bim?" A - "He bit me, aud ! ave bim away," Leakn rais by Hkakt. - My nerve will regain tbeir vigor. My braiu will becoine more olear ani powerful. My máselos bc made slrorig. My dyspepsia and indigestión no longrt trouble me. My bearl's regular action íestored. My blood be made more pure. My weak lungs made more bealtby, aud all tbe functions of tbe body restored to tbeir normal couditiou, and every symptom of weakness, mi vousness, and debilily be removed, if I use Browu's Iron Bitters. - ííews. "You made a fooi of me," said aa irritated man to bis wife. "My love, ' sbe sweetly responded, "you 3o yourstlf lnjustice. (Jall yourself a fooi, if you wisb but remember tbat you are iji all respecte a self-made man." PILES! PILES! PILES! - o - A Sure Cure Found at Last.- No one Need Suffer. A 8nre cure for the Blind, Bleeding, Itohingand Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. Williams (an ludían remedy), called Dr. William's Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of 25 and 80 years' standing. No one need suffer flve minutes af ter applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do more harm than good. Willlam's Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense itching (particularly at night af ter getting warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives instant and painless relief, and is preparec only for Piles, itching of the prívale parts, and nothing else, Read what the Hon. J. M. Cofflnberry, of Cleveland, says about Dr. William's ludían Pile Ointment: I have used scores of pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to say that I have never found anything which gave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. William's Indian Pile Oiutment. For sale by all druggists, or mailed on receipt of price, $1.00. Jas. E. Davis & (Jo„ Wholesale Druggists, Detroit, Mich., Agents. For sale by H. J. Brown & Co., Ann Arbor. Mich. HOP BITTERS?! (A Medicine, nat a Drink.) OOHTAIHI HOPS, Brcilü, MANDRAKE, ANDEL1ON, I A.VD THF PüREST ANT BHST MkPIPAL I Tl ES OF ALL OTHXB BlTTEBS. THEY CURE ■ 111 Dlseaseaof tbeStomach, Howels, Blood, I Li ver, Kidneys, and iJrluaryOrpans, Nervouiaess, Sleeplessnessand eepeclally Feinale Complalats. Jm SIOOO IN GOLD. -U I WllI lie pald for s caie they will not cure oiï belp, or for ftnythlng lmpure or iujurloug fouad la tlicm, I Ask your drugglst for Hop Bitten nd tr I ■ theui before you Bteep. Take uo utber. I I D l.r.lim absolute and Irresistible cure for I Druuke&ueai, use of opium, tobáceo and ■ narcotica. BHMMHHM Sikd fok CiF.rrLAB. ■■■■■M All iboTf lold bv dnim. Mop Bilkti Mfg. ro" Rocli.l,r, N. V., A TotoiHo, O.I. I ■ THE O NL Y MEDICINE tm U EITIIEK M(H ID 01! UBI FOKM H g That Acia nt Ihc saine time 01 3 TSM una, tss so wszs, fl ifi7 nw kidïïkïs., M JWHY ARE WE?SICK?U pi Becaute ve allow theie great organt iowk wibecome c'oggtd or torpld, and poisonout 1 1 MAumor!' thertfore forced into the bloodwm lm that ihouldbe expelled nalurally. M I WILL SURELY CURE [jKIONEY DISEASES, M W LIVER COMPLAINTS, ■ ■ filfa, íonstipation, rnifíAnTL} TÍ BI8EA8E8, FEMAI.K WEAKNESSE, I AND JÍEH VOl DI8OBVEK8, Uby cautlngfree action qf thite organt andWM fratoring their power to tlurow off diteaie. Whj alTer Ililinnn paln nd clicat VI Bwhjtormentfidfcltli Plln, ('oniitlpatlonl ■ M Why frlghtnd o?rr dlaordertd Kldncjrtl Q V Whf endure nerrous or slck hendaeheii I kf üít KIDNE Y.WORTand rejoiet in htalth. j I It li put up In Dry Vegetable Form, in tin H IB cana one packae o f whieh ra&kei i x quArts o f M 'M medicine. Also in Uquid Furm, Ter y ■■ J trftted, f or those th&t cannot rcadily prepare ít. P ■ W tTIt acta wlth equal eflndency in elther form. JÊÊ M 3ET IT OP TÜUB DKUQG1ST. rRICZ, l.0 Pl m WELLt, UIC1I AKDS05 L'O., Prop'i, té iJcWUlaend th dry port pald.) BCBUXCTOIt, Tf. H Ih 1 u ÍK, -1 raf CITY ITEMS. Fob Kent. - A new boute coulaining ten rooms, ou Fourth sli'üet, io i desirablo locality. A good cistorn and well ou the preniises. For particulara inquire ut Tuk DemoCBAT oftiee, rooms (i and 7, opera house block, Aun Albor. lïyruu (reeu, haviug rvgnitied his hcaltli, oflura bin MrvkMs as auutioneer. Residenee corner ol' Fouitli and Aun Hl., Anti Arbor. Í3F" 11' you have IihiI cxpi.'ncuce in Ijife lusiirancc, r il you bave uut, nul (iesire to enjLage iu il, wrile tu lile -Elua Lite Insurance Oompauy, láü QrUwuld stroet, Detroit, Micb. Scveral iiupouaul fiel.ls yet UDOOCUpied. Ku cumpauy uilers greater advautages lo llie iisiiiiiig publij, eilber iu point ui awU, surplus, liberal coulraets, or favorable lates - iu short' everythiug deüirable iu Lite, Term a 1 Kndownieut lnsurauce. A span of woritiux maret for excnanra for a carriage horse. Addicss Uux 147, A-iin Arbor, Alich. Don't fo.get to buy a twenty-tive cent bottle of Dr. Kellogg's Lung Keuiedy for eolds and coughs. Sold by all druggists. Important to travelers: Special Inducementa are ofl'erei you by tbe Burlington Kou te. It will pay you to read their advertisemeut to be tound elsewhere in this issue Student will find it to their advantage to look Uirough Kearney's stock of laiups. N. W. Ayer it Sons Americau Kewtpapcr Annual contains f Uil siaüotics of all .Newspapers iu the Luited States ïud Canada, also popuiatious from the census ot 1880. fciunt postpaid on receipt of price, $3. Addresa N. W. Ayer & Sou, Advertising Agents, Times Building. Fhüadelphia. Ayer & Son's Xlauual gives just tbe informalion needed to inake a judieiuus selectiou of papers lor auy newspaper advertising. It contains also mauy very advantajjeous special offers. Sent on reccipt of 10 ;ts. Address N. W. Ayer & Son, Advertising Agvotg, Times Building, Pbiladelpbia. IhappyTewyearT I now take the libei ty to exteud to niy friends my kiudly congratulations for past patronage, and I hope and Lruat tbc season of 1882 may be uub of peace aud prosperity for you aud your families, und tbat 1 may so sbare iu your kiudly romembrances as to be permittetl to enjoy au increased porlion of your valued ]atronage in tbe future; hoping tbat 1882 may prove to us all, and in e very respect, a Happy New Vear. The present seems au appropriate time to iciuind tbose tbal have bilis unpaid to give tbi.-: matter their flrst attentiou, as all bilis made last spring and summer should never run inlo the followiug yeur. Now I shall expect cv ery one tbat owcs to come right up aud pay, except tbosa dead beats who have swindled me out of thousauds of dollars. I hope in tbe future tbat I will uot be anuoyed by dead beats, liars and bypocrits. 1 would like to sce Guiteau let loot-e imoiig these miserable cusses a liltle wbile wilb his shooting iron, belore thcy put bim uuder the process of halter breakiog. I shall send ko mork huns. M. KOGKU. f. wacnër"&1b rö MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS WORK ONLY, CARRIAGES. BUOCilKS, WAGONS, OUTTERS, BOB-SLE1ÖHS, ETC. Repairing of nll Kii-ds Doiie in (kt SM Manner. All Work Warrantcd 1 Particular attention given to Hurse Shoeing. SHOP ON SECOND STREET, Between Washington and Ijberty Streets, AXN ARBOR, - MICHIGAN. ALL WORK SOL CHEAP FOR CASH. THE ANN ARBOR BAKERY We have secured the services of a first-class baker and pastry cook, and we are furnishing a quality ot bread that has never been excellcd n this city. We are also making some of the nicest articles in the line ot pastry, tnany of them entire novelties in Ann Arbor, A good assortment of groceries and provisions will be found at our store. All orders for goods in our line will be tilled and promptly delivered to any part of the city. A liberal discount will be made to clubs. HALL & MOSELEY. No. 2'4 N, Main St. REPORT OF JHE CONDITION ANN ARBoTsAVINGS BANK At Aon Arbor Mich. at the close of business, Monday, January 2, A. D. 1882. made in accordance with Sectlons 18, !9 and B7 of the General Banking Luw as amended in 1871. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $2 9.862.60 Bonds and mortgages 14;,848.21 U. S. 4 per cent bonds at par 11,100.00 Overdrafts 84.55 Revenue stamps üij.00 Furniture and flxtures 3,930.85 Bills in transit 8,715.00 Due from National and state banks 53,914.88 Silver coin and nickels 8,449.47 Legal tenders, bank note and gold coiu 51,573.00 Total $ M4,M&M LIABILITIES. Capital stock $ 50,000.00 Surplusfund 15,U00.GD January dividend a.888.00 Uudivided profits 5,587.8 Due depositors 471,718.77 Total $44,588.68 I do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. CHAS. E. HISCOCK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, tliis 3d day of January, 1882. ADAM D. SEYLER, Notary Public. MARKETS. Home. Ann Ardor, January 12, 1882. APPLES, Dry, per 1b 5 BEANS, per bushei $150 a 160 BUTTEK, per pound 25 a 28 CHEESE, ' 12 18 CKIICKENS, " 7 a 8 COFFEE -Rio. by sack. per Ib. 13 18 Java ' " 85 30 CORN, per bushei 30 SB EGGS, per dozen H FLOUR, per bbl TOO PATENT FLOUR, per bbl 8 CO HA V, per ton S 00 a 10 00 IIDES-Green 6 Kipskins 8 a 9 Calfükinë 10 IVlIs 15 a 40 Green salt-cured 6 a 7 HON'EY. Cap, perlb...., 1 M KEROSENE Water white a 15 bbls 75 LARD, per lb a 13 OATS, per bushei 38 a 40 ONIONS, " 100 a 110 PORK 6 25 a 650 POT ATOES, per bushei 80 a 90 UGAR- '-AV'by bb! , per lb. 10 a 1C 14 TALLOW, per lb .. 5 WHEAT, per bu 125 127 WOOD. per cord a 4 00 Opening and Closing of the MailsMails leaving Ann ArÏRr, East aml West, wil ! lose as follows.' OOINU WEST. Way Mail .:50 a. m. 'hroughand Way Mail 10.50 a. in, ay Mail between Ann Arbor and Jackson . 4.50 p. m. 'igbt Mail 900 p. in. (1OINO KHÏ. 'hrough and Way Mail, Night Line.. . 6.00 a. m, hnmich nd Way Mail, Suiulay and Momia v, oloses Saturday and Sunilay night..' fl.OOp. m. hrough Biid Wny Mail 10.25n. in., 4.5Oi. in. aona soiith. 'oledo and Way 7.00 a. m. Castern Mails distributed at 8 a. m. and 1)1 m and S0 p. m. Western Mails distributed at 8 a. m. and 6.20 n. 1. Jackson Mailand Way Mail between Jackson nd Ann Arbor distributed at 11.15 a. m. Monroe and Adrián pouch. 10.15 a. m. . The Mail to Whitmore Lake, Hamburg and Webster leaves Tuesdays, Thuredays ami , ays at 9 a. in. ■ CEORCE ARDNER'S Hotel and Restaant, opposite the Sfichfgn Central Depot. Acconimodations for Travelers. Meals at all hours. A lunch counter in oouueotion with hls restaurant. GEORGE ARDNIÍR, 1'aoFRiicTOTt, AnnArhor, Michigan. IRON BITTERS BROWN'S IBOST BITTERS are a certain euro for all diseases requicing a complete tonic; especially Indigestión, Dy spepsia, Intermittent Fevers, Want of Appetitc, Lioss of Strength, l,n-k of Energy, etc. Enriches the blood, strengthens the muscles, and gives new Hfe to the nerves. Acts like a charm ron the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting the food, Belening, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will 11 ot blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by all Druggists at $1.OO a bottle. BROWX CHEMICAIj CO. Baltimore, Ml. feethfttali Iron RlttTR ere mjx!" hy BunwN OifnneAft Co. mul bftTO crocatfd rud liinïs and Iritde mark 011 wrapur. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. VmIIU ■ I I I BSï THE CREAT BURLINGTON BOUTE. fSffSo nthcr line run Three Through Pns sonsrer Trains Daily bot ween Chicago, Des Moines, Couocll Uliiffs, Omaha. Lincoln, St. Joseph, Atchison, Topcka nnd Kímisíip City. Direct conncctionB for nll pointA ii Kansas NebraskM, Colorado, Wyomlng1. Montana, N"e' vala, New Mexico, Arizona, Idíiho, Orejón ano California. Tho Bhortest, Ppredipst and Most Comfortae Route via Hannihul to Fort Scott, Denison Dallas. Rouston, Austin. San Antonio, Ualveston and all points in Texas. 'l'hí UQequáled iuducements offerod by thig Line to Travclors and Tourists. are as follows: The celebratod Pullman dfl-wheel) Palacc SlcepiriK Cara. run only cm tliis Line, C, B. & Q. Palace Dnnviüg-Room C:trs, with Horton'i Keclining-Chüirs. Nu extra charge lor Seate In Keclinins Cbnirs. The famous C B. & Q. Palace DininuCais. fjoreous Smoking Cars flttefl Tpith Bletrant H iiih-Backod Kattan Kevolving ('hairs Tor the exclusive use of llrstclass passeni?ers. Steel Track and Superior Equipment, combined with their Great Throujrh Car Arranffe ment, makes this, above allothera, thefavoritfr Route to tb'.1 South, fouth-West, and the Far West. Try it, and you wül find trïtvoling" a luxury instcail of a discomfort. Throutrh Tickets vla tWs Celebrated Line for salí' at all offleee in the United States and Canada. All inform;ition ahout Rate8 of Fare, Sleer ing Car Accommoilations, Time Tables, &c, will bc cheerfuily t;iven. and will send Free to any address an elegant Countn Jlapof Unitefi States, ín colors, by applying to. PF.RCEVAL LOWEL Teneral Passengfir Aeent Chicago 'T. .1. POTTER, General Manager, Chicago F LEDO, ANN ARBOR & GRAND TRUNK RAILROAU, Taking effect Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1881. Tralns run by Columbus time. 3oing North. Going Soutb. Sxp'ss I Mail. I STATIONS! Mail. Exp's P. M. i. M I P. M. A. M. 16.85 t8.35 Toledo t 6.66 t!l.25 6.88 8.28 NorthToledo +5.5Ü 9.22 6.38 8.37 Detroit Juuction . 5.43 9.13 '6.47 8.45 Hawthorn I 5.8á il.O5 B.5.'i 8.25 Samaría I ■ ü.iü 8.KJ ♦7.10 9.1Ü Lulu .■). 10 8.40 7.15 1 9.15 Monroe Junction 5.05 8.35 7.2T 9.25 Dundee 4 55 8.25 7..S8I 9.37 AzaJia 4.43 8.13 7.52 9.50 Milan 4.30 8.00 8.00 9.57 Nora 4 25 7.50 8.07 10.03 Urania +4.1! 7.43 8.20 10.15 ■Vpsilanti.TlllK'ti'n 4.08 7.33 8.35 10.30 AnnArbor.. .. +8,65 t7.20 .... 10.50 Lelands 3.35 11.02 Wordens 8.86 .... ■ ■■■ tll.20 South Lyon +3.05 .... H. W. ASHLEY Gen'l Superintendent. "Ij 1CHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD. TIME TABI.E. NOV. 18, 1881, GOING WEST. E tí StÉ 5 S y Sa u í l íl A. M. A. M. r. M. r. M P. M. I I". . De.trni' Lv. T.00 9.35 5.r5 4.05 8.00 -50 R. T. JnnC 7.15 9.55 Í.1O 4.20 8.1f 10.10 tVawif June... 7.5a 10.291 6 42 4.4)1 8.45110 40 Yusilanü. H.Ï0 IU 7 05 5.05] 9.081 II.' 2 AlinArhor .40 11.01 7.24 5.22! 9.25 11.17 Dazier M 7 4S 5.34 [ 9.44 1 Shelfea 9.Í2 8.05i 5.52' 10.00. Grussl-aki! 60 S.W 818 10.80 J'. M. A. M Jackson Ar. 10.10 9.00 11 30 j Jackeon Lv 10 20 12 15 H.55 a.M. 12.45 Alblo H.Ol 12.50 i 7.40 11.55 122 Mirshall 11.50 IMi _■ S 8.05 12.20 143 P-M. Zt BattU) Oret'k. 12.10 1 5 Y, 8.40 12.47 2.07 A. M. Gak'Bburi; 12.53 a. si. B.IB Kalauiazoo 1.18 2.86 4.5o .: 1.85 2.47 Lawtuii 1.52 5.261 S.18 Decitui 2 07 5.42 2.32 Dowagiac '.. 2.29 6.07 187 Des 2.55 4.0J B.5ü 3.37 4.15 Buchanaii 3.1 ■! n.Vi fhree Oaks.... 3.88 7.47 4.12 New BuA'ulo... 3.53 4 52 7.4') 4.35 Mich. Olty 4.24 5.18 8.(18 5.03 5.28 Ake 5.13 .02 8.54 5.51 .18 KenainïtoD 6.00 H.6U 9.15 fi.40 7. IC Chicago Ar. 6.50 7.40 10.35 7.30 S.(0 Boma kam. t 2 as m 8 - IMTK'. = &l ál - =& H ? ga gj. jfc sa A M. A.M. FM P.M. P.M. 3hica(to Lv. 7.00 1100 3.40 5 15 !UC KensiiiKton 7.50 0.50 4.30 B.05 10.01' Uke -T S-S5 10.27 5.1S li.5( 10.40 Mich. City 11.251 11.18 .00 7.88 11.33 New Buflalo... D.fiO 11.8! fi.tt 11.50 Three üuks 10.03 8.40 A. H. Biichanan 10.30 p. si. 7.0 Nilei 10.45 12.18 ?.3Ï B.OO 12.45 Dowaiac 11.18 8.0li 1.13 Decatur 11.31 8.33 1.37 Lawton 11.55 8.53 a.m Knlamazoo 12.83 1.38 9.30 B.50 10.25 2.30 Haleaburs 12.5 " 7.08 Battlc Creek... 1.2f 2.15 jd 7.40 11.08 3.40 PM. g'g. Marshall 2.17 8.00 Ja 8 0B 11.3:3 8.4e Mblon 2.4B 3.21 ü- 8.32 11.55 4.1S A. SI. A. M. Jackeon Ar. 3.45 lackson Lv. 3.45 4.05 7.15 9.30 12.10 5.00 3ra6Lake 4.10 7.40 9.50 3hcl8ea 4.10 .031 10.07 Dexter 5.00 8.17i 10.19! .nuArbor 5.2a 5.07 8.40 10.341 2.04 e.iT ïpsllant] 5.38 5.23 8 5B 10.48 2.2D 0.41 Wüytxe Juuc... tUtó Ö.4") 9.171 11.08 2.44 7.05 3. T. June .35 .15 9.451 11 35 3.20 7.45 Delroit Ar. 6.50 6.30 10.001 11.50 3.35 8.00 The New York Express, a bat train leavea (Jbi:a(fo at 8.30 in the aftenioon and makea the folmwiuK stops, Michigan City. 5,30: Niles, (Í.27; Kalïmazoo7.40; Battle Creek. 8. 16; Jackson. 9.28; Ypsilanti, 10.40; Q. 'T. Junotion. 11.85; aniving in Detroit at 10.40 P. M. 'Sunday excepted. ÍSnturday & Sunday excopted fDaily. Henrv C. Wektm'outu, H. B. LsDYAnn, O. P. ê 1. A., Uhicaao. (ionl Manauer, netinï CordSThomas, Chicago, 111., have this paper Dn flie at their office. Nos. 9 and 10 McCormick alock, where they will be pleased to show it U jur townsmen who raay be in that city, or makng advertlsing oontraets. FOB SALE! Astock of Drugs for sale. JJJCATION AND BUSINESS GOOI). Stock to the amount of about $4,000. Can give GUOD RÉ1AS0NS FOB SF,LIANG. Terms easy. For further information, address H. E. H. BOWER, Democrat office, Aun Arbor. Mich. Notice to Oeditors. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, as. Notioe is hereby given , that by an order of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, made ou the third day of January x. d. 1882, six months f rom that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against the estáte of Jennie E. Polhemus, late of said county, deceased and that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance, on or befor the :d day ot' July, next, and that sueh claims will be heard before said Court, on Monday, the 3d day of April and on Monday the 3d day of July next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of saiddays. l.aK.-.l, Ann AiIm.i-, January 3rdA. D, 188U. W1LLIAMD. HAKR1MAN, Juditt of Probut. Notice to Creditors. STATE OF MICHIGAN, Ctounty of Washtenaw -;. Notice is hereby given, that by an order of the probate court for the county of Washtenaw, luadfi on the l."ith day of December A. D. 1881, six months f rom that date were allowed tor creditors to present their claims against the estáte of Kophia S. M. Wetzel, late oL said üounty, deceased, and that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said probate court, at the probate oflice in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance, on or befere the loth day of June next, a.id that such claims will be heard before said court on Monday the i-'ith day of March, and ■ in Tuesday the IStb day of June next. at t n o'clock in the forenoon ofeai.-h of said days. Dati-il. Ann Arbor, Decemw 18, A. D. IHHi. 1U.1AM 1). UAliUlMAN, Judien of Probate. Estáte of John C. Bu.khardt. QTATK OF MICHIGAN, County of Washteaaw, O ss. At a session ot the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate offlee in tile city of Ann Arbor, on AVednesday.the lltli day of January in the year one thousand eiyht hundred and eighty-two. Present William D. Harriman.Jndge of Probate, In the matter of the estato of John C. Burkhardt, deceased. Leonhard Gruner, the administrator of said estáte, comes iuto court and represents that he isnow preparedto render bis tinal account as such administrator. Thereupön, it is ordered, that Friday, the iid day of Febmary next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for examiniug and allowing such account, and that the 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 office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, and show cause if any there be, why the said account should notjbe allowed: Andit is further ordered, that said administra tor give uotice to the persons interested in aaid estate.of the pendency of said account and the hearing thereof , by causing a copy of this order to be published in The Ann Arhor Democrat, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county three successive weeks previous to said day cf hearing?. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate, Vm. U, Doty. Probate Register. CAUriON. AN ACT requiring the holders of unrecorded deeds to record such deeds or furnish the same for record. Sbotiom I. The PeopU of the State of MicMidti inact, That whenever any grautor who has heretofore conveyed, or shall hereafter convey any real estáte withiu this State, shall have or hold in his possession any unrecorded deed or deeds through or under which he derived title, of any lauds by him so conveyed, it shall be his duty on the written request of his grantee or any subsequent grantee, to cause such deed or deeds to be recorded in the office of the register of deeds of the proper couuty, or cause ■ the same to be dehvered to such grantee demanding the same for the purpose of reeording within twenty days from the time when such writteu request shall have been served upon him. Sec, 3. If such grantor shall neglect or refuse to record such deed or deliver the same to such grantee after having been requested so to do, as provided In the preceding section, within the time above limited, he shall be liable to said grantee, his heirs, representatives or assigns, in the penal sum of one hundred dollars damages and also for all actual damages occasioued by such neglect or refusal to the person or persons entitied thereto , to be recovered in an action on the case with costs of suit. Approved June 1, 1881. Real Estáte for Sale. OÍATE OF MICHIGAN County ot Washtenaw Oss.- In the matter of the estáte of Thomas Shekell, deceased. Notice is hereby giyen.that, inpursuance of an order granted to the undersigned administrator of the Estáte of said Thomas Shekell by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the County of Washtenaw on the eleventh day of April, A. d., 1881, there will be sold at Public endue, to the highest bidder, at the late residence of said deceased in the county of Washtenaw, in said state, on Tuesday the Uth day of February, a. d., 1882, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, (subject to all encumbrances by mortgage or erwise existing at the time of the death of said deeeased,) the f olluwiiig described real estáte to-wit: Commencing at the quarter stake between section fourteen (14) and flfteen (15) town four (4) south range 5 east, thence east along quarter line 13 chains and sevenfy-seven links to a stake, thence north 20 degrees west 8 chains 45 links, thence south 54 degrees west 12 chains and 45 links toa stake, thence squth 2 chains to place of beginning, containing 6 acres, 3 rods, 19 roods of land being situated in the south west corner of the west half of the north west quarter of section 14, plow land buildings on these lands; also the west half of the south west quarter of said section fourteen (14), exoept the following described land to-wit: Beginning at the north east corner of the west half of the south west quarter, thence south flfty-one (51) degrees, thirty (30) minutes west six chains and 60 links, thence north twentv (80) degrees west, three  chains, and sixty-eight 168] links, thence east six [6J chaius and twenty-three [881 links to the place of beginning, coutaining oue acre of land, improved, no buildings; also all that part of the east half of tlie south east quarter of section flfteen  that has not been heretofore conveyed tojohu W.Annin and W. W. Annio. AU the above described land being in the township of Saline, Washtenaw county, Michigan, containing in all 184 acres be the same more or less. B. W. FORUES, Administrator. Ann Arbor, December 17, 1881. MortsaffeSale. WHEREAS.Wüliam H. Wells and Diona Wells, his wife.of the city of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw county, Michigan, on the fourteenth day of August in the .1 ear one thousand eight hundred and eighty, executed a mortgage to Thomas Braman, of the township of York, Washtenaw county, and state aforesaid, to secure the payment of certain principal and interest money tberein mentioned, which ïnortgasre was recorded in the office of the register or ueeus tor tne coumy 01 asuienaw aïoresald , on tlie sixteenth day of August, A. I)., 1880, in liber flfty-eight, of mortgages on page 505, and whereas default has been made in the paynient of an installmenfof interest which became due on the fourteenth day of August, A. D 1881 by reason whereof and pursuant to the terms of said mortgage, and whereas there is now claimed to be due and payable upon the said niortKage, and the note accompanying the same at the date of this notice the sum of seventy-seven dollars and flfty-eight cents (Í7.58). in addition to all the other legal oosts of this foreclosure provided f or in said mortgage, and no suit or proeeedings having been instituted at law or in equity to recover the aforesaid sum or any part thereof, notice is therefore hereby given that said inortgage vi 11 be f oreelosed on the fourteenth day of January A. D., 1882 at ten o'cloek in the forenoon of that day by a sale at public auition to the highest bidder at the east front door of the court house in the city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw, in the state of Michigan, (said court house being the place of holding the circuit court for said county.) the mortgaged premises descri'wd in said mortgage, orso much thereof as ï.y be necessary to satLsfy the amount of principal and interest remaining unpaid upon said mortgage witli the charges of sale aforesaid, which prenuses are described in; said mortgage as foHows to-wif Being premises known as the "Washtenaw HouseT' property, lots one, and three in block scven, of Brown and Fuller's addition to thevillage (now city) of Ann Arbor, cominencing at the south-west corner of the Washteuaw HoiLse and running thence north flfty six (66) degrees, east seïenty-two feet to the corner of the store lot, thence north thirty-four (SI) degrees, west sixty-seven teet, thence north Sfty-six degrees, east ten feet, thence north thirty-four degrees, west sixty-four feet, thence south flfty-six degrees, west eighty-two feet, and thence south thirty-four degrees, east one hundred and thirty-one feet to the place of beginning; also the right and privilege of continuing a shed on the north end of the allej' adjoining the Washtenaw House. Dated October 12, 1881. THOMAS BRAMAN, Ai.kx. W, Hamilton, Mortgase. Attomey for mortg aee. OSCAR O. SORG, HOUBJC. HON, AIÍD Fresco Pitii, ALSO TA PEP HANGING. SHOP NO. 60 SOUTH MAIN SL, ANN ARBOK, MICHIGAN. TEN DOLLARS REWARD ! Lost on Thursflayof fair week, a liver and white With collar around his neck marked Mis. Franklin. Answers to the name of "Zip." Return to 41 Liberty street and claim the reward. HENRY MATTHEWS, Bu) the pleasure to Inforcn ti public that he U ready to receire them iu hisuowbrtek MEAT MARKET! ONE DOOR EAST OF LEONARD HOU8E. ïlverytliing íd his lino will ba firgt-claa, and At Reasonable Ratee. Ho returns nis sincere thajiks to all hls old ctistomera fur their generous patronage, and cordi ally invites them, and all new cuutomers v iiie new quarters, where he hopos by fair dealing t jiilarso hia airead r growing businessWatches and Jewelry ! Q J. Haller & Soi, 4(i South Hain Street, Dealers in the Leading AMERICAN WATCHES ! In Gold and Silver Cases, in Stem and Key Winding, ManufhCtured by the Leading Wntch Coinpanies. GOLD WATCiï GHAINS ! Of Standard Qualily and Various Pattorna. A LfUVS and Complete Assortment of Lace Pins, Ear Rinas, BraceletsFinger Rings, And Studs. Sflnr Plalei ffare, From the Most Reliable Munufacturers at j Bottom Prices. The Repairing of Fine Watches is in Charge of Competent and 1 Skilled Workmen, at Fair Prioea, FOR SALE OR RENT The present residence of Mrs. F. A Hill, with The Land -A. dj oiniuff, Consisting of about 40 acres, 30 of which can Ije eultivated. Rent, $800, or the House and H acres will be rented seperate. Rent $600. The above property is also for sale by the lot, or by the acre, or n larger quantities. TITLE PEKFECT. For f urther particulars enquire of II. U. Hill, office No. 3 Opera House Block, or Wm. M. White, Canaseraga, New York. (Myear's New Dim Store The Old Grenville Stand, No. 5, South Main St. EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH ! 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