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Lady Beautifieks. - Ladies, you cannot inake fair skin, roï-y cheeks, and parkling eyes with all the cosmetica of Trance, or beautifiers of the world, whüe n poor health and nothiug will give you such rich blood, good healtb, trength and beauty as Hop Bitters. A trial is certain )roof. It is snid that bookings are already secured by tbe agents of the different steambhip lines for five hundrud thousaud era grants. It is evident hat the population is to be largely increased next year. It is evident that a large portion of our city people suffer trom diseases of the ïver, bowels, or kidueys. itidney-Wort s nature's great remedy for them all. If you know such a person teil him tlial Kiduey-YVort is a certain cure. Those that cuiinot preparo tlie dry can now procure it in liquid form of any dnuigist. Equally effective in either form. - G-lobe Demociat. It is said that " Death loves a shining mark." Yet several Ihousand people walk the streets of Grand Rápida wilh noses that make the electric light look pile and sickly. Nevkr oivjs up.- If you are sufferiiiK with low and depressed spirits, losi of appetile, general debility, disordered blood, weak constitution, hcadache, or any diseasu of a bilious nature, by all meiuiH procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to see the rapid improvement that wil! follow ; you will be inspired with new life; streugth and activitv will return: pain and misery will eease, aud heuceforth you will re joice in llie praise of Electric Bitters. öolcl liI flfiy cents a bottlu by Eberbacta & A man witü a uruall Balary and a large fainily says f Prldt goes be f ure a full lie would likc to see l'ride starte ou a little uliead ut Uíc pi ice o!' coal aud provisión. All forma ol impaired vitality, tneutnl exuaustion, weakuned digestión, ele, radical ly removed by using Browu't Irou Bitters. Barber customet iu bis bands-" You're very bald, sir. Have youlried our tonic lotion?' Oustomer- -'Oh, yep, but tbat is uot what made all my hair f all ufl. " Ml. Miclmel McCauü, a well-known popular manufacturar, of tíyiacuse, N. , write: "I feit geaerally debilitated ud my l.eaHb failinR ine. I lougcd aud )iayed for au iron constitution, tUat 1 niglit be nd of the mauy auuoyances of 1 bealtb. But dyspepsia aud uriuary oubles, alUsndei by nervous proslraou, bad gotten bold of me, and I feit iny time liad come. Nothing seeuied to ive me any pennaneot relief. Winally I lappeued to see an advertisemeut of Jrow u's Iron Bitters. "Bless me." says , "tbat's just the mediciue for me presely." And so it was. By the powers f oíd Irelaud, it has cured me of all my roubles and given me a constuution of ■on." A country editor, who has been elecced measurer of bark, calis upon everyjody owniug dogs to bring them to hil fliice aud have their bark meaxured. PILES! PILES! PILES I A Sure Cure Found at Last.- No one Need Suffer. A snre cure for the Blind, Bleeding. Itchingand Ulcerated Piles has been discovereu by Dr. Wilams (an Indian remedy), called Dr. William's ndian Oiniment. A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of 25 and 80 years' standing. io one need suffer flve minutes after applying lis wonderf ui soothing medicine. Lotions, Intruinents and Electuaries do more hann tiian ;ood. Wiliiam's Ointment absorbs the tumors, Lllays the intense itching (particularly at night fter getting warm in bed), acts as a poultice; 'ives instant and palnless relief, and is prepared nly for Piles, itchiug of the private parts, and othing else, Read wht the Hon. J. M. Cofflnberry, oí Cleveand, says about Dr. William's ludían Pile Ointïent: I have used scores of pile cures, and it afbrds me pleasure to say that I have never found nything which gave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointïent. For sale by all druggists, or mailed on receipt f price, $1.110. Jas. E. Davis & Co., Wholesale )ruggists, Detroit, Mich., Agents. For sale by H. J. Brom & Co., Ann Arbor, Mich. CITY ITEMS. AUOTION SALE. I will aell at the residence of the late Sophie Wetzel on Second street, Tuird ward, on Saturday, Feb. 4th, at 1 o"clock '. ji.. a quantity of household goods towit: Marble Top Parlor Set, Cook and Coal Stoves, a quantity of Carpeting, ieds and Bedding, Rifrigerators, and Several Milk Safes, Crockery, Towels, Síapkins, Table Clothes and other articles. L. Grtjnkr, Admiuistrator. Ann Albor, January, 25, 1882. Byron Green, having regnined his lealth, offers his services as auctioneer. iesidence comer of Fourth and Ana Sts. , Ann Arbor. ty If you have had experience in Life Insurance, or if you have uot, anl desire o engage in it, write to the Etna Life ïnsurauce Corapany, 120 Griswold street, Detroit, Mich. Several important flelJs fet unoecupied. No company ofters jreater advantügcs to the iusuring publio, ïither in poiut of assets, surplus, liberal contracts, or favorable rates - in short, everyiliing desirable in Life, Term and Kndownient Insurance. A span of working mares for exchange for a carriage horse. Address Box 147, Ann Arbor, Mich. Don't fo.get to buy a twenty-five cent bottle of Dr. Kellogg's Luug Remedy for colds and coughs. Sold by all tlruggists. Stuilents wili flnd it to their advantage to look through Kearney's stock of lamps. For Sale. - A nice family horse owned by Frank II. Ortmann, Aun Arbor, Cady's Catarrh Kemedy.a sure cure for catarrh, is for sale at Holmes' drug store, Cook hotel block. Ayer & Son's Manual gives just the information needed to make a judicioua selection of papers for any newspaper advertising. It contains also niany very advantageous special offers. Sent on reccipt of 10 ets. Addreas N. W Ayer & Son, Advertisíng Agents, Times Building, Philadelphia. Opening and Closing of the MailsMails leaving Ann Arbor, East and West, wil close as follows: GOING WEST. VVayMail 30 a. m. rhrough and Way Mail 10.50 a. m. Way Mail between Ann Arbor and Jackson 4.50 p. m. Niglit Mail 9.00 p. m. GOING EAST. Through and Way Mail, Night Une, . . 6.00 a. m, rhrough and Way Mail, Sunday and Monday, closes Saturday and Sunday night 9.00 p. m. rhrough and Way Mail 10 . 25 a. m. , 4.50 p. m. SOINU SOUTH. ToledoandWay 7.00a, m. Eastern Mails distributed at 8 a. m. and 12 m and 6,20 p. m. Western Mails distributed at 8 a. m. and 6.20 o. DL Jackson Mailand Way Mail between Jackson and 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 Tuesdayg, Thursdays and Saturdavs at 9 a. m. SM ALL POX Prevented and Cured by the use of Bromo -Chloralum Used in hospital of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Chicago, New Orleans, and other cities. Patients should be sponged with it, according to directions several tunes a day. The virus of the disease is by this tneans neutralized, and contagión is prevented, pitmarks are also prevented. Sold by all druggigtu. Send for a pamphlet. Bromo Chemical Co., 1 SM Lihviy StrEt, Xw York HAPPY NEW YEAR! I now take the liberty to cxteml to my friends my kindly congratulations for past patronage, and 1 hope and trust the seaaon of 1882 may be one of' peace and prosperity fur you and your families, and that I may so Bhare in your tindly remembrances as to bepermitted lo enjoy au Increased port on of your valued patronage In the ful ure; hoping tliat. 1882 may prove to us all, and in evory respect, a Happy New Yeai . The present secras n appropriate time t remind thul have bilis unpaid to give thU matter tbeir flrst attention, as all made last spring and slimmer should never run into the following yeiir. Xnv 1 iUttll ex peet ev ery one that owes to come i-iht up and pay, except those dead beata lio hare swindled rae out of thousands of dollars. I hope in the future that 1 will not be annoyed by dead l)eats, liara and hypocrits. I wouid like to see Guiteau let loosc among these miserable cusses a little while with his shooting iron, betore they put lnm under the proctss of halter I shali send NO more duns. M. H0GEIÍS. lililí GEORCE ARDNER'S ïotel and Restaurant, opposite the Htichigan Centra! Depot. Iccommodations for Travelers. Meáis at all hours. A lunch counter in connection with nis restaurant. GEORUE ARDNER, Pkopbibtoü, Inn Arbor, Michigan. HOP BXTTERSl (A medicine, not a Uriuk.) 00NTAIN8 HOPS, BrCHU, MANDRAKE, I1ANDELION, I AKT) TB PTJBKST I TIE8 OF ALL OTUÏB BlTTEKS. THEY CUKE U niteasei of the Stomach, Bowels, Blood, I LIver, Kldneye, and UrtnryOi'Kans, Nervousness, SlpeplessnesBand eapecially SIOOO IN COLÓ. Ë Wtll be paid for caae they will not c;np orW help, or f ut anythiug inijmre or injurlou fouud tu thüin. Aikyour druRplwt for Hop Bittert nnd try I them before you sleep. Take do othr. I D I. C lt an absolute and irresistible! rnre for I Drunkeauess, use of oplutn, tubaccu uad fcnareotic8. J I SlXD FOR ClBCFLAB. ■■■■■ A1I bo lOld hy drufKiati. Mfg. Co., RochMUr, N. Ï., A Toronto.Onl. I ] THE GREAT CURE RHEUMAT1SM ■ As it U for Ml dUeasea of the KIONEYS, ', ' LIVER AND BOWELS. It oleuues the syatem of the aerid poison ■ that cauBes the droadful BulZering whioh ' only the victima of Bheumatism can realiza. , THOUSANDS OF CASES ; of the worst forma of this terrible disease , ; I have been qiuckly relicved, in a short time ' , PERFECTLY CUREP. has had wonderfulsuccew, and an immense sale inevery part of the Country. In hun; dreds of cases ithaiuured wliereall elsa had , ■ faüed. Itis mild,"ut effloient, CERTAIN ( IN 1T8 ACTION.butharnxleaa in all caaes. I3TÏ t oleansea, StrengrthenB and al tc New i } Lll'e to all the important organs of the body. i The natural action of the Kídney s ia restored. ' The Liiver is oleansed of all disease, and the Í BoweU move freely and healthfully. In this . , waythe worst diaeaaes ore eradioated from ' the system. ■ .' Aa it haa been provecí by thousands that i ia the most effectual remedy for cleonaing the ' systemof all mor bid aeoretiona. It ahouidbe i uaed in every houaehold as a . ' SPRING MEDICINE. ', Alway cure BIIJOUSNESS, CONSTIPA( TION, PILES and all FEMAI.E Diaeases. ' Inputupi]i]rr VeretableFonu, intlncan, 't onepackapre of whichmakes6qiiart9 medicine. ' AlaoinLlQuIdForm, very Coiieeotratedfor ' the convenience of thoae whocancotreadilypre'( pareit. Itactsicithequat efficiency eitherform. ' , GET IT OP TOUR DRDGGIST. PMCE,1.00 ', ' WEIiLS, ltlCHAHDSON & Co.. Prop', (Wlll send the dry poBtpaid.) IJtHWTOT , (fintas IRON Binas BROWN'S IRON BITTERS are a certain euro for all diseases requiring a completo tonic; especi ally Indigestión, Dyspepsia, Intermittent Fevers, Want of Appetite, Loss of Strcngth, Lack of Energy, etc. Enriches the blood, strengthens the muscles, and gives new life to the nerves. Acts like a charm on the digestivo organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, snch as tasting the food, lielcliing. Heat in the Stomach, Heartbum, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by all Druggists at $1.OO a bottle. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. Baltimorc, Md. Ree that all Iron Bitters re made by Browv Ohkmical Cu. uiid bnvti crossed red lious uud trade mark 011 ru;iur. BEWARE OF IMITATION8. nnOLEDO, ANN ARBÜR & GRAND TRUNK X RAiLROAU, Taking effect Tueaday, Dec. 13, 1881. Trains run by Columbus time. 3oing North. Going South. ïxp'ss I Mail. I STATIONS' Mail. Exp's P. M A. M I P. M. A. M. t6.25 t8.SB Toledo t 5.55 +9.Ü5 ♦6.28 8.28 North Toledo +5.52 9.22 B.38 8.37 Detroit Junction. 5.42 9.13 fi 47 1 8.45 Hawthorn 5.82 !).0: 6.55 1 8.25 Samaria 5.Ï8 8.55 7 10 9 10 Lulu ". 10 8.40 7.15 9.15 Monroe Junction 5.0' 8.35 7.27 9.25 Dundee 4.55 8.25 7.38 9.37 Azalia 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.K +7.48 8.20 10.15 psilanti Juneti'n 4.08 7.3:1 8.35 10.30 Ann Arbor . . . . +8,85 +7.20 .... 10.50 Lelands 3.35 1 11.02 Wordens 3.25 1 tll.20 South Lyon +3.05 . . . . H. W. A.SHLEY Gen'l Superintendent. C. E. Holmes, proprietor of the City Drug store has the choicest lot of perfumes and the LARGÈST STOOK of PURE DBUGS in the citv. Also everything in the Toilet anil Fancy goods line. at prioes lowerthan anywhere else. Preseription carefvilly compounded. No. 12 t'ookHotel Block, "Ann Arbor, Michigan. Annual Statement For the year ending December 81st, A. D. 1881, oí the oondltlon and affairs of the WlSSIÏIiW MUTUAL 1 irr Insurance Co., The ofllcc of said Insurance Company, loe.ated at Aim Axbor, in sald County, organized tinder thelawsof tin; State of Michigan, and (loing business in the County of Washtenaw, in said si a ie. John .1. Robiaon, President; stephen Fairchild, Hecretary. MEMliERSHIPS. Nuinber of members December Slat, of previous ycar !,'■' Number ot raembers added during the present year 17S ïotol '-!,W0 Deduct number of members withdrawn during the year, and canceled policies by reason of aale or otlierwiae 180 Number of members now belonging to company 8f0ö0 RISKS. Vinoiint of property at risk December 3l8t, ot previous year t4,064,4].- Amount oí risks added ring preseni year í,íj Total $4,540,100 Deduot risks oaneeled, wlthdrawn ot terminated 404,680 Net amount now at risk by company 94,135,030 RESOURCES. Amount of premium or deposit lióles now in forcé None. Amount of cash premiums (or assessments) actually on hand - $ 198 81 Aiiiouni of outstandlng assessments not canoeled 194 4: Nature and amount ot' all otliur rosmirces, viz: Capital stock of Oompany H,185,B80 00 Total resources í+,135,917 74 LiAHir.n íes. Claima for losaos rtue and payable None. Claims for loases not matured None. Claims for loases resisted, Slayton and Potter "- 81,883 68 Nature and amount of all other claims, viz i 8. Fairchild, Sec. Ï50 00 Directora aad asststants: .1. .1. üoliison; (96.58; 11. M. Mowry, 1106.08; II. I). l'lait, (S1.3Ï; E. A. Nordman, ÜHO.SO; T. li. Uoodspeed, ll.ou; .1. S. llendcrson, (86.00; O. 11. Wine, 0.00; .1. McMahon, flü.oo; J. W. Whig, têl.32; A. Orittenden, Í18.00; liunlofOllH-o, 5Ü.00 44-2 05 Total LlAbllitioa $-2.-VJ."i 7(i INCOM K. Ainouni of premium on deposit nol os taken duriug thü year - Sïono. Ainount of 'ash premiumn receiveil duriug the year I 10 3 Amount colfeotecl on asesimnl which were levied during tbe presontyear '■■'■"' UB Aniouut collected thia year on assessnients which were levied .in prior years 116 01 Amount received trom membership or policy l'een - I7C ."t0 Amount received from easli balance of previous year 804 $' [nooine from all other Bourcea vie : Ten per oeut penalty and oauceled policios 117 56 Money bOTtowed 5,920 00 Total income for the year I7,S.Ï1 : EXFBHDITUREg. .Vmount paid for losscs during tbc year (of whion fjjrrZM occurreil in prior years) 6,B18 is fAmomit of salary umi feea pail to officers and directora as per items inscheduleA 696 19 t-Vniouiit oí' all other expeuditures during the year as per schedule 1!. 9,63] 80 Total expendltures during the ycar 7,(+L il t SCHEDULiK A. John J. Robison, Director and Pres.. 82 17 II. M. Mowry, " ■ 41 17 II. i. Platt, " .- 45 58 E. A. Nordman " -- 1 30 3tephen Fairchild, " and Sec, .. 230 (K) 1'. li. (ioodspeed, Assistent 26 (Hl A. (.rittenden, " ' U0 C. II. Wincs, " '2175 J. W. Wing, " 9+07 ST. Sheldun, " '(i Total seheilule A #S% ia ÏSCllHUUI.K B. l'ostape 42 50 -Hationory... 12 50 Contingent expenses 1H 05 I'rinting B2 35 Interest - 373 45 Beceivers. 69 18 E. Clark, justice 14 30 Help in office te 50 Knrniture 00 Refunded 8 "7 Borrowed inoney 8,930 00 Total schedule B $9,531 GO MISCBLLANEOUS QUKSTION8. 1. How inany assessments have been made ilurini? the year? Ane., One. i Wnat is theamount of all the assessments made during tne year? Ans., 10,07(.04. 8. Wliai la the vate jier cent of such asseasmente on the property insuredP Ans., ,utt5 per cent. i. What amount was re-assessed for assessments tliat ore not paid? Ans., None. nimulat.e before an assesament ia levied?- Ins., No speoifled ainount. 8. Does the company, in making an assessnent, próvido therein for any surplns fund jver tlie actual losses acc.rued? If so, how nucli? Ans., Yes, the estimated expenses for Lhü coming year. 7. Wliat proportion of the actual loss susLaiiuïd by the policy-holder does the compuny lav? Ans., two-thirds. STATE JK MICHIGAN, County of WMhtenaw, ss. Jolm J. Itobison, president, and Stephen Fairchlld, secretary of said company, do, and each lor himseli doth depose and sy, that they have read the foregolng statement, and tnovf the oontents thereoi'. and tlicy have good reason to believe, and do believe, said statement to be irue. JOHN J. KOHISON, President. STEPHEN F All 'II IL D, Secretary. Sworn anil subscribed before me, at Ann Albor, in said state and coiuity, this 12th day of January, A. 1). V&8. WILLIAM G. ÜOT', Notavy Public, Washtenaw county, Mi'li. FOB SALEI A stock of Drugs for sale. LOCATION AND BUSINESS GOOI). Stock to the amount of about $4,000. Can give (JOOD REASONS FOR 8ELLINQ. Termseasy. For further information, address H. E. H. BOWER, Democrat ofnee, Ann Arbor. Mich. BAILBOAUS. "YflCHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAU. TIME TABLK. NOV. 13, 1881. tl(HNi WEfT. i . i U H Hzi BTATION8. d & B g 1 __ WLiilllilH i. M. A.M. P.M. P. M p. M. P.M. Ui'tr.'i1 I.v 7.00 9.35 5.r.5 4 0.5 8.00 9.50 0 T.JÍ1C .'. 715 9.53 6.10 4J0 8.1o! 10.10 W.iiieJttñc..; 7.5 10.29 6 42 4.48, 8.491 10 40 VpBilanti 8.40 10 48 7 05 5.05: 9 081 11.' 3 AnnArbor . .40 11.00 7.24J 5.22 9.5111.17 n'xtiT 9.114 7 48 5.39 9.44! OhelKsi" ■ -uíí 5-5ai -00, Oraf.8l.ake 9.50 8.32 6)8 10.80... jackson Ar. 10.10 P' '9.00 11 50J jackon Lv. 10 20 12.15 B.55' A.M. 12.4o lbio 11.04 12.50 a 7.40, 11.55 1.83 M,"rehall 11-50 1-30 ._ 8.05 12.20 1 43 Battle Creek.... f.?9 1.55 $J 8.40 18.47 2.07 Galcebnrg 12.53 a. m. 9.15 Kalamazoi) 1.13 2.36 4.50 9.35 1.85 2.47 Lawton 1.58 5.25 3.13 OecAur 2.07 5.48 2.32 Uowagac 2.29 6.07 3 57 nZs 2.K. 4.04 6.50 3.37 4.15 Bnchanan 3.08 7.02 3.42 rhree Oaks.... 3.88 7.27 4.12 New Búllalo... 3.53 4.53 7.40 4.35 u' 5.18 8.08 5.03 5.28 Uke 5.13 6.02 8.54 5.51 6.18 KenalnetoD . 6.00 ü.50 9.45 6.40 I.V Sï'. Ar! 8.60 ÏM 1085 ". 7.80 8.(0 UO1NQ KAM, Tl JÉ ï 8TATIOB8. = ji ïS ; ÍS. i_ i fi ñ.S. A M. A. M. PM P-M. P.M. ''hl-82O Lv. 7.00 9 00 3.40 5 15 9.1C B:SSö::: II lll S E Ë! Three Oaks 10.03 6.40 -. 1 nwtnn 1155 8.o3 A.M KalamaMO.V". 12.33 1.38 _ 90 6.50 10.25 2.30 SSiïoRÈ: m T3"3Í ?:"oü"ó8 3:20 Mnrsha'l 2 ?7 3.0 4 8 O6 11-33 S-4e SE ':::::... L IS -is. 8.32 as A. M.j A. M. {acksoS.'.'.Vxv: 11! 4. 7.15 12.40 5.00 LirassLake 4.10 7.40 9.50 "l7lvX 4.40 8.03 10.07 " ' 5.00 8.17 10.19 A in Ar'ioV"".. 5-22 5.07 8.40 10.3 2.0-1 ti.25 VuMlaiiti . 5.38 5.23 8 5fi 10.48 2.20 6.41 fórne JÏnc. 6.02 5.45 9.17 11.08 2.44 7.05 ■i T June 6.35 6.15 M 11 85 3.20 7.45 OetYoU Ar'. 6 50 6. 10.001 11.60 3.35 8.00 The New Yirk Express, a fast train leaves Ohiaeo at 3 30 in the afternoon and makes the folnwing stops, Michigan City, 5,30; Nilea, 6.27; Kalimazoo7 40; Battle Creek, 8.16; Jackson, 9.28; Ynsilanti 10.40; G. T. Junction. 11.:; arriving in Detroit at 10.40 P. M. Soriday excepted. $Saturday & Sunday excepted llFNRY C. WXNTWORTH, H. B. LïDTABD, I O. r. db 'i. A., Chicuio. Oên'l Manager. Vetrol Chancery Sale. STA1 E OF MICHIGAN- The Circuit Court for the County of Washtenaw, in chancery Ambrose Kearney, complainant vs. Joseph Clinton, Jane Clinton and Christopher Kearnes, defendants. . . In pursnance and by virtue of a decree of said court, made and entered in the above entitled cause, on the twelfth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and eighty one, notice is hereby given, that I shall sell at public auction, or vendue to the highest bidder, on Monday, the seventh day of March, A. D., 1882, at two o'olook in the afternoon, at the east front door of the cuurt house, in the city of Ann Aror Washtenaw county, and State of Michigan, the following descrilied real estáte, being the same nientioned and tfescribed in said decree, towit: All those certain pareéis of land known and described as follows, v!.: Lots number nineteeii and twenty twenty-one, and tweuty-two, and lot sixteen, except one acre off, from the west siile deacribed in the plat of the south ■ east quarter of section number nineteen, Uiwiigblp number two, south, of range six, east, ui the State of Michigan, as recorded in the office of the register of deeds for Washtenaw county in líber M. of deeds on page 374. PATIUCK McKERNAN, Circuit. Court Comnüssloner, in and for said ( Vuiih of WashU'imw, M.ioux F IjAwhbnuk. Snlicitor for Complainant. Ann Arl) r, Jauuury Kitli, 1X82. tsiate ot John C, Burkhardt. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Wouhtenaw, ss u 1 aessionof llie l'robate Court for the eounty of Washtenaw, holden at the probate office in the city oL Ann Arbor, 011 Wednesday.the nih dayof Jauuary In the year one theuaaod eight humlied and eight jtwo. Present WiUiain 1). Harriinan, Judge of Probate, 1 In the matter of the estáte ot' John C. j hardt . deceased. ; Leoobard Qruner, the admintetrator Hf said esiate, comes uto court and representa that luis nou prepared to reinier his tinal account as ; BUuh auministrator. Tlteieupon, it is ordered, that 1-n.lay. itnld day of February next, at ten o'clock in the torenoou, ije assigued for examJning and , lounig such account, and Umi ti' lieiis at law of said deceaaed, a ml all other persons IntereKted In Bttfd enlate, are required to appear al a seation "t uaiil court, then to he holden at the probate office, :n the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, and show cause if any there be, vvby the said account should uotlbe allowed: And it is further ordered,that said adininistrator give notice to the persous interested in said estate.of the pendency ot saiil account and the hearing thereof, by causiug a copy of this order to be published in The, Ahh Arbor Democrat, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county three successive weeks previous to said day of WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate, Wm. G, Doty, Probate Register. Estáte of Fanny J. Henion, Minor. STATE OF MICHIGAN County of Washtenaw ss At a session of the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate of nee in the city of Ann Arbor, on Friday, the 13th day of January in the year one thousaud eight hundred and eighty-two. Present, William D. Hamman, judge of proIn' the matter of the estáte of Fanny J Henion minor. On reading and flling the petition duly venfled of Aaron B. Henion, guardián, prayins that he may be licensed to sell certain real estáte belonging to said minor. is ordered, that Tuesday, tte 14th day of Febuary next, at ten o'clock in the foreuoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the next of kin of said minor 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 Aun Arbor, and show cause.if any there be.why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted :[And it is further ordered, that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition.and the hearing thereof hy causing a copy of this order to be published in The Ann Arbor Democrat, a newspaper printed and sata couiuy, uiree suuces&ne weeks previous to said clay oL hearing. W1LL1AM D. HARRIMAN, A true copy. Judge of Probate. William (i. Doty. Probate Register. Estáte of Margaret HarrisSTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, Síí . Ata session of the probate court f or the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate office iu the city of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday, the 18th day of January in the year one thousand eight hundi-ed and eighty-two. Present, William D. Harriman, Judge of Proln the matter of the estáte of .Margaret Harris, deeeased. Ou reading and filing the petition, duly verifled of lleniy Harris, praying that a certain instrument now on file in this court purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, may be admitted to probate, and that hiniseli and James E. Harris may be appointed executors thereof. Thereupon, it is ordered, that Monday, the 13th day of February next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing cf said petition, 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 office in the city of Ann Arbor, aud show cause.if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not begranted: And it is further ordered that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition. and thehearing causing a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbor Demockat, a newspaper printed and circulatedin said county, three successive weeks previous to said dayof teanng HARRIMAN (A true copy) Judge of Probate. Wm. G. Doty, Probate Register. CAUTION. AN ACT requiring the bolden of unrecorded deeds to recoid such deeds or furnish the sanie for record. . Skction 1. The Pcnple of the State nf Aiiruttu enar.t, That whenerer any grantor who has lieretofore conveyed, or sliall hereafter convey any real estáte within this State, shall liave or hold in his possession any unrecorded deed or deeds through or under which he derived title, of any lands by him so conveyed, it shall be his duty on the writteu 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 oï the proper county. or cause the same to be delivered to such grantee deinanding the same for the purpose of recordiug within twenty days from the time when such written request shall have been served apon hini. , . Sec i If such grantor shall neglect or refuse to record such deed or deliver the same to such grantee haring been requested so to do, as provided in the precediiig section, within the tune above limlted, he shall be liable to said grantee, his heiis, represent atives or assigns, in the penal sum of one liundred dollars damages and also for all actual damages occasioned by such neglect or rei usal to the perron or persons entitiedthereto, to be recovered in anaction on the case with costs of suit. Approved June 1, 1881. Real Estáte for Sale. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County ot Washtenaw Oss.- In the matter of the estáte of Thomas Shekell, deeeased. , Noticè is hereby given.that, ïnpursuanee of an order grantedto the undersigned admmistrator of the Estáte of said Thomas Shekell by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the County of Wasbtenaw on the eleventh day of April, a. d 1881, there will be sold at Public V endue, to the nighest bidder at the late residence of said deceased in the county of Washtenaw, in said state, on Tuesday the 14th day of February, A. d., 1882, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, (subiect to all encumbrauees by mortgage or otherwise existing at the time of the death of said deceased,) the f ollowing desenbed real es"commencing at the quarter stake between section fourteen (14) and nfteen (15) town four (4) south range 5 east, thence east along quarter line IS chains and sevenfy-seven links to a stake, thence north 20 degrees west 8 chains 45 links, thence south 54 degrees west 13 ehams and 45 links to a stake, thence south 2 chains to place of beginning, containingb acres, 8 rods, 1 roods of laud 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 sakl section fourteen (14). except the follow i g desoribed land to-wit: Beginnmg at the noith east corner "f the west half of the south west quarter, thence south flfty-one (61) degrees thirtv (80) minutes west six chams and SO links thence north twentv (80) degrees west, three [ÍJ chatol,and sixtyeiglit fej $ [61 chains and twenty-three [Ml hnks to the place of begiuning. coiitaining one acre of la .1 mproved, no buildings; also all that part of the èast half óf the south east quarter of section nf teen 1151 that has not beenlieretofore couveyed toJohn iv.Annin and W. W. Anmn. All the above desoribed land being in the township of Saline Washtenaw county, Michigan, contaming in all 1 8JS acres be the same more or less. 130 a B. W. FORBES, Administrator. Ann Arbor, December 27, 1881. Lord & Thomas, Chicago, IU., have this paper on flie at their office. Nos. 9 and 10 McCornuck block, where they will be pleased to show it to our townsmen wiio may be iu that city, or niaking advertlsing contracts. Notice to Oeditors. STATE OF MICHIGAN, üounty of Washtenaw, ss. Notice is hereby given, that by au order, of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw.madeon the tliird day of JanuaryA. d. 1882, six months f rom that date wereallowed for creditors to present their claims agahist the estáte of JennieE. Polhemus, late of said county, deceased and that all creciitors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Office in thecity of inn Arbor, for examination and allowanee, on or before the 3d day of July, next, and that such claims wilt be heard before said Court, on Monday, the 3d day of April and on Momlay the 3d day of July next, at ten o'elock in the forenoon of each of saiddays. bated. Aun Arbor, January 3rd A. D, 1883. WILLIAMD. HARR1MAN, JudeP of Probute. OSCAR ÖTSÖRG KOUSJS, SIGN, AND Fresco Pilt Al.SO FAFBB HANGINO. SHOP NO. 60 SOUTH MAIN SL, ANN ARBOK, MICHIGAN. HENRY MATTHEWS," Has] the pleasure to inform the pubue that he is ready to receive them in lus ne Drick MEAT MARKEÏ! ONE DOOR EAST OF LEONARD HOUSE. Everything in his line wiil be flrst-class, and At Reasonabie Rates. He returns nis sincere thanks to all his old customers for their generous patronage, and cordi ally invites them, mul all nuw cuitoinera to nis new quarters, where he hopes by fair dealing t dularge hls already growing business Watches and Jewelry ! J. Halïer k Son, 40 South Main Street, Dealers in the Leading AMERICAN WATCHES ! In Gold and Silver Cases, in Stem and Key Winding, Miinufuctured by the Leading Watch Companies. (fOLB WATCH CHAIS ! Of Standard. Quahty and Varioua Pattern3. A Larga and Complete Assortment of Lace Pins, Ear Rinss, BraceletsFinger Rings, And Studs. Silver Platefl Ware, From the Most Reliable Manufacturéis at Bottom Prices. The Repairing of Fine Watches is in Charge of Competent and Skilied Workrnen, at Fair Prices. FOR SALE OR RENT The present residence oí Mrs. F. A.Hill, with Th o Land .A. tij o i n i ja: , Consisting of about 40 acres, 30 oL which can lio cultivatèd. Rent, $800, or the House and 8 acres will be rented seperate. Rent $600. The above property is also for sale by the lot, or by the acre, orin larger quantities. TITLE PERFECT. For further particulars enquire of H. R. Hill, office No. 8 Opera House Block, or Wm. M. "White, Canaseraga, Xew York. Gooflyear'sNewDriiÊ Store The Old Crenville Stand, No. 5, South Main St. EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH ! Prc&criptions Compounded Day and Night. ;ö soaos th h C 4yr.T HAT." 3" J3Q - 3 "E L ■k m o o HAT8 3? 2 ANN AKBOB, ff IMICH. F. WACNER & BRO., MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-GLÁSS WORK ONLY, 0AEBIAGE8, BUOQIES, W t;ONS, CUTTEBS, BOB-SLEIGHS, ETC. ïtepairing of all Kinds Done in the Best Manner, jll Work Warrantcd I Particular attention given to Horse Shoeing. SHOP ON SECOND STREET, Between Washington and Liberty Streets, ANN ARBOR, - MICHIGAN. ALL WOBK SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH. TH ÉÁÑÑ rARBÖRBAKËRY' We have secured the services of a first-class baker and pastry cook, and we are íurnishing a quality ot bread that has never been excelled in this city. We are also making some of the nicest articles in the line st pastry, tnany of them entire novelties in Ann Arbor, A good assortmentof groceries and provisions will be found at our store. All orders for goods in our line will be filled ind promptly delivered to any part jf the city. A liberal discount will ae made to clubs. HALL & MOSELEY. No. 2- N, Main St.


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