F. WACNER & BRO., MANUFACTURERS OP FIRST-CLASSWORKONLY, CARBIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS, CUTTERS, BOB-SLEIGHS, ETC. 'ïepairing of all Kinds Done in the Best Manner. A.W AVorli Warranted I Particular attention given to Horse Shoeino. SHOP ON SECOND STREET, Between "Washington and Liberty Streets, ANN ARBOR, - MICHIGAN. ALL WORK 80LD CHEAP FOB CASH. Estáte of Charles Kitson. QTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, O ss. At a session of the Probate Court for the eounty of Washtenaw.holden at the probate offlce n the city of Ann Arbor, on Thursday, the 28rd ay of February in the year one thousand eight mndred and eighty-two. Present William D. Harriman.Judge of Probate, In the matter of the estáte of Charles Kitson. eceased. James Kitson and Michael Duffy the adminisrators of said estáte, come into court and rep esent that thej are now prepared to render heir final account as such administraton. Thereupon, it Is ordered, that Tuesday, the lit day of March next, at ten o'clock in the orenoon, be assigned for examining and alowing such account, and that the ïeirs at law of said deceased, and 11 other persons interested In said estáte, are equired to appear at a session of said court, tien to be holden at the probate office, in the city f Ann Arbor, in said county, and show cause íf ny there be, why the said account should not e allowed : And it is f urther ordered, that said adninistratorsgive not ice to the persons interested i said estafce.of the pendency of said account and he hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this orer to be published in The Ann Arbor Democrat, newspaper printed and circulating in said couny three successive weeks ptevlous to said day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (A trae copy.) Judg of Probate, Wm. ö, Doty, Probate ReRister. MARKETS. Homo. . Ann Arbor, February 33, 1882. APPLESDry, per lb 5 BEANS, per bushei $250 a 300 BUTTER, per pound 25 a 28 CHEESE, ' 12 14 C4ICKENS, " 8 a 10 COFFEE-Rlo, by sack, perlb. 13 18 Java ' " Ï5 30 COKN, per bushei 30 35 EGGS, per dozen 14 FLOUR. per bbl 7 00 PATENT TLOUB. per bbl 9 CO HA ï, per ton 9 00 a 10 00 HIDES- Green 6 Kipskins 8 a 9 Calfskins 10 Pelta 15 a 40 Green salt-cured 6 a 7 HONEY, Cap, perlb 16 20 Water white a 15 bbls 80 LAED, per lb a 11 OATS, per bushei 38 a 4.1 ONIONS, " 100 a 110 PORK 6 50 a 800 POT ATOES, per bushei 80 a 95 SÜGAR- '-A's" by bb!., per lb. 10 a 1C 1-2 TALLOW, per lb 8 WHEAT, per bu 118 120 WOOD. per cord a 4 00 Livery Sale and Boarding Stable 1 have opened a Livery, Sale and Boarc ing Stable opposite the Court House oi Fourth street, where livery rigs can beob tained at any time of the day or night A flne lot of new carriages and good hor ses, at reasonable rates. Breaking colt and handling track horses a specialty good references given. P. IRW1N, Ann Arbo HENRY MATTHEWS, Has] the pleasure to Inform the public that he ready to receire them in Lus new brie k MEAT MARKET ONE DOOK EAST OF LEONARD HOUSE. Everything In nis line will be flrst-clasg. an At Roasonable Rates. He returns nis sincere thanks to all hls oíd cus tomers for their generous patronage, and cord ally invites them, and all new customers to is new quarters, where he hopes by fair dealing t nlarge nis airead y growing business. "ü "D0O0H TH _j OLD HAT." _ 3T L ál IL "!? 3 g A. A. TEBE7, ? " HAT8 "l1? 2 AKN ABBOS, ö1 ■ O h 1UUH. W Watches and Jewelry ! O J. Ir k Son, 4G South Main Street, Dealers in the Leading AMERICAN WATCHES ! In Gold and Silver Cases, in Stem and Key Winding, Manufactured by the Leading Watch Companies. GOLD WATCH CHAINS ! Of Standard Quahty and Various Patterna. A Large and Complete Assortment of Lace Pins, Ear Rines, Bracelets, Finger Rings, And Studs. Sta Platefl Ware, From the Most Reliable Manufacturers at Bottom Prices. The Repairing of Fine Watches is in Charge of Competent and Skilled Workmen, at Fair Prices. Sophia S. M. Wetzel. QTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw ss. At a session of the probate court f or the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate of ïce, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday, the ïrst day of February, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two. Present, Wïlliam D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Sophia 8. M. Wetzel, deceased. On reading and fllling the petition duly verifled of Leonhard Gruner praying that he may be icensed to sell the Real Estáte whereof sairt deceased dled seized. Thereupon it Is ordered, that Saturday, the 25th day of February next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs-at-law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to appearat a session of said courtjthen to be holden at the probate office, in ;he city of Ann Arbor, and show cause if any here be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted: And it is f urther oruered, that said petitioner give notice to the ersons interested in said estáte, of the pendency f said petition, and the heariBg thereof ,by causng a copy of tbis order to be published in the Ann Arbok Demockat, a newspaper printed eirculated in said County. three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, VVILLIAM D. HARRIMAN. A true copy . Judge of Probate. Willlam G. Doty. Probate Rector. PRINCIPAUUNE "4XïvvPle SHOUTEST, QU1CKKST and And all"1sJjjSBEST line to St. JoBeph, lOintB In Iowaii.j-.Atehlson, Topeka, DenlNebraska,Ml8Bourl, KanJigSSaon, Dallas, Galaaa, New Mexico, Arizona, Muïï?N5feve8tun, ana and Texaa. "5 CHICAGO ",giTtil8 Koute lias no aupertur für Albort . , SitfeLea, Minncapolls and St. Paul. Lniversal- - JJS. Natlimally reputed as y conceded t0LSfeL bdng the Grea Rallroad In the World for -L" _n9 all classes of travel. S KANSAS CITY v All connectlona made VTL XAOSv In Union vXvV N%tf v Depot. yyV Through 7SVX T11Tickets vla thlsSr C yjyr and yu W'H Celebrated Line fo?VOOV' ünd travellng a ale at all offices infOk luxury, luatead he U. S. lnV vfly of a dls" Cauada. yLCxyr An&CföSs. comfort. vVVrvlnformatlonSÏKövV yr&irr about Rates oIX7X s }s Farc' sieepnK car. %y n. f S etc . eheerfuliy Kvfn by V' y T. J POTTER. PERCEVAL LOWELL, d Vice Pres't A Oen'l Manager, Gen. Pass. Aai., Chicago, III. Chicago, 11L HoolniiMn DnEÏton The Old Grenville Stand, No. 5, South MainSt. EVERYTHÏNG NEW AND FRESH ! ' Prcscriptions Compounded Day and Night. CEORCE ARDNER'S Hotel and Restaurant, opposite the Michigan Central Depot. Accommodations for Travelers. Meals at all hours. A lunch counter in connection wáth his restaurant. GEORQEARDNER, Phopbiktor, AnnArbor, Michigan. C. E. Holmes, proprietor of the City Drug store has the ehoieest lot of perfumes and the LARGÈST STOCK of PURE DRUGS in the city. Also everything in the Toilet and Fancygoodsline, atprices lower than anywhere else. Prescriptions carefully compounded. No. 12 Cook Hotel Block, Ann Arbor. Michigan. THEANNARBORBAKERY I have secured the services of a first-class baker and pastry cook, and I am furnishing a quality ot bread that has never been exeelled in this city. I am also making some of the nicest articles in the line ot pastry, many of them entire novelties in Ann Arbor, A good assortmentof groceries and provisions will be found at my store. All orders for goods in my line will be filled and promptly delivered to any part of the city. A liberal discount will be made to clubs. A. R. HALL No. 2- N. Main St. LÉÜNARDHOUSE, TT. LEONARD, Proprietor, Aun Arbor, Mtch. BAILROADS. Af 1CHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD. TIME TABLE. NOV. 13, 1881, UOINO WÏ8T. s s ii ss : stations. d ,LlLi 2 gL IS I SS I s 11 fi A.M. A.H. P.H. P.H. F.H. P.H. Detroit Lv. 7.00 9.35 5.55 4.05 8.00 9.50 G. T. June 7.15 9.55 6.10 4.20 8.15 10.10 Wayne June... 7.58 10.29 8.42 4.4B 8.45 10 40 Yps'ilami. 8.20 10 48 7.05 5.05 9.08 11.(8 AunArbor 8.40 11.00 7.24 5.22 9.25 11.17 Dexter 9.04 7 48 5.39 9.44 Chelees 9.22 8.05 5.52 10.00 , GrasBLake 9.50 8.32 6.12 10.30 Jackson Ar. 10.10 9.00 11 50 Jackson Lv. 1020 12.15 6.55 a.m 12.45 Albion 11.04 12.50 _ 7.40 11.55 1.22 Marshall 11.50 1.30 _ g 8.05 12.20 1.43 PM 3) CJ Battle Creek.... 12.19 1.55 ï?j 8.40 13.47 2.07 A. H. GaleBburg 12.53 a.m. 9.15 Kalamazoo 1.13 2.36 4.50 9.35 1.35 2.47 Lawton 1.52 5.25 2.13 Uecatnr 2.07 5.42 2.32 Dowagiac 2.29 6.07 3 57 Niles 2.55 4.04 6.50 3.37 4.15 Buchanan 3.08 7.02 3.42 Three Oaks.... 3.38 7.27 4.12 New Buft'alo... 3.53 4.52 7.40 4.35 Mlch. City 4.23 5.18 8.08 5.03 5.28 ake 5.13 6.0i 8.54 5.51 6.18 Kensington 6.00 6.50 9.45 6.40 7. IC Chicago Ar. .50 7.40 10.35 „.... 7.30 8.C0 OOINO KAKI. STAT.CS. = & _- H A. M. A. M. M P. M. P. M. DMcago Lv. 7.00 9.00 3.40 5 15 9.1C Kensington 7.50 9.50 4.30 6.05 10.00 Lake 8.35 10.27 6.15 6.50 10.40 Mich. City 9.25 11.13 6.00 7.38 11.33 New Buflalo... 9.50 11.33 6.25 11.55 Three Oaks 10.03 6.40 A. M. Buchanan 10.30 p.h. 7.06 Niles 10.45 12.18 7.87 9.00 12.45 Dowagiac 11.13 8.06 1.12 Decatar 11.39 8.33 1.37 Lawton 11.55 8.53 a.m Ealamazoo 12.33 1.38 9.30 6.50 10.25 2.30 BaleBbnrg 12.53 - 5 7.08 Battle Creek... 1.28 3.15 7.40 11.08 3.20 M. g P. Marshall 2.17 3.00 -5) 8 06 11.33 3.4e Mbion 2.46 3.21 8.32 11.55 4.1S A. a. A.M. Jackson Ar. 3.45 ackson Lv. 3.45 4.05 7.15 9.30 12.40 5.00 3rasaLake 4.10 7.40 9.50 Jhelsea 4.40 8.03 10.07 Dexter 5.00 8.17 10.19 innArbor 5.22 5.07 8.40 10.34 2.04 6.25 ípsilanti 5.38 5.23 8.56 10.48 2.2(1 6.41 Vayne June... 6.02 5.45 9.17 11.08 2.44 7.05 3. T. June 6.35 6.15 9.45 1135 3.20 7.45 Detroit Ar. 6.50 6.30 10.00 11.50 3.35 8.00 The New York Express, a faat train leaves Chiapco at 3.30 in the afternoon and raakes the folJiwing stops, Michigan City, 5,30; Niles, 6.27; Kalimazoo 7.40; Battle Creek, 8.16; Jackson, 9.28; rpsilanti, 10.40; Q. T. Junction, 11.25: arrivingin )etroit at 10.40 P. M. Sunday excepted. ÍSaturday & Snnday excepted Daily. knbt C. Wkntwobth, H. B. Lkdtak, O. P. efe 1. A., Chicago. Gen'l Manager. Detroi rpOLEDO, ANN ARBOR & GHAND TRUNK J. KAIL.KOAU, Taking effect Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1881. Trains run by Columbus time, loing North. Ooing South. Exp'ss I Mail. I STATIONS. „ I Mail. Erp's P. t. A. H P. M. A. M. t6.25 t8.25 Toledo t 5.55 +9.25 6.28 8.28 North Toledo +5.52 9.22 6.38 8.37 Detroit Junetion. 5.42 9.13 6.47 8.45 Hawthorn 5.32 9.05 6.55 8.25 Samaría 5.23 8.55 7.10 9.10 Lulu 5.I0 8.40 7.15 9.15 Monroe Junction 6.0ï 8.35 7.2? 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 t4. 1T t7.43 8.20 10.15 "ipsilanti Juncti'n 4.08 7.83 8.35 10.30 Ann Arbor.. .. +3,55 +7.20 .... 10.50 Lelands 3.35 .... 11.02 Wordens 3.25 .... til. 20 South Lyon +3.05 H. W. ASHLEY Gen'l Superintendent. Opening and Closing of the MailsMails leaving Ann Arbor, East and West, wil ose as f oüows: GODÍG WEST. Way Mail 6.30a. m. hrough and Way Mail 10.50 a. m. Way Mail between Ann Arbor and Jackson 4.50p. m. ightMail 9.00 p. m. GOING BAST. iirough and Way Muil, Night Line, . . . 6.00 a. m, tirough and Way Mail, Sunday and Monday, closes Saturday and Sunday night .OOp.m. hrough and Way Mail 10 . 25 a. m. , 4.50 p. m. 9OING SOUTH. oledoandWay 7.00a, m. ïastern Mails distributed at 8 a. m. and 12 m and 20 p. m. Western Mails distributed at 8 a. m. and 6.20 p. Jackson Mailand Way Mail between Jackson nd Am Arbor distributed at 11.15 a. m. Monroe and Adrián pouch. 10.15 a. m. The Mail to Whitmore Lake, Hamburg and Vebster leaves Tuesdays, Thursdaya and Saturays at 9 a. in. Chancery Sale. OTATE OF MICHIGAN- The Circuit Court for O the County of Washtenaw, in chancery. Ambrose Kearney, coinplainant vs. Joseph Clinton, Jane Clinton and Christopher Kearnes, defendants. ín pursuance and by virtue of a decree of said court, made and entered in the above entitled cause, on the twelfth day of November, qne thousand eight hundred and eighty one, notice is hereby ffiven, that I shall sell at public auction, or vendue to the highest bidder, on Friday, the seventh day of April, A. D., 1882, at two o'clock in the afternoon, at the east front door of the court house, in the city of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw county, and State of Michigan, the following deseribed real estáte, being the same mentioned and deseribed m said decree, towit: All those certain pareéis of landknown and deseribed as f ollows, viz: Lots number nineteen and twenty, twenty-one, and twenty-two, and lot sixteen, except one acre off, from the west side thereof.as deseribed in the plat of the southeast quarter of section number nineteen, township number two, south, of range six, east, in the State of Michigan, as recorded in the ornee of the register of deeds for Washtenaw county in liber M. of deeds on page 274. PATHICK McKERNAN, Circuit Court Commissioner, in and for said County of Washtenaw, John F. Lawkkncb, Solicitor for Complainant. Anu Arbor, Fe'bruary 21, 1882. Chancery Notice, rphe Circuit Court for Washtenaw County, in X Chancery.- Henry J. Wagar, Compluinaut vs. Francis E. Wagar, Defendant. Itappearingsatisfactonly by affldavit to me, that the defendant Fraucis E. Wagar is a nonresident of this state, and resides in the state of New York; on motion of E. D. Kinue, solicitor for the complainant, it is ordered that the said defendant Francis E. Wagar cause herappearance in this cause to be entered within four months from the date of this order, and that in case of her appearance, she cause her answei to the complainant's bill, to be flled, and a copy thereof to be served on compl&inaul's solicitor within twenty days after service of a copy of said bill, and notice of this order, and in üefault thereof, that the said bill be takeu a-i euufessed by the said Francis 4E. Wagar. And it is further ordered that withia twenty days the said complainant cause a noti e of this order to be published in the Ann Akbou Democrat, a newspaper printed in said county, and that the said publication be continued in said paper at least once in each week for six successive weeks or that he cause a copy of said order to be personally served on the said defendant Francis E. Wagar, at least tweuty days before the time herein prescribed for her appearanoe. C. JOSLJN, Circuit Judge of said Circuit Court. E. D. KJNNE, Solicitor for Complainant. Dated. February 1, 188a. Estáte of George D. Hill. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, county of washtenaw O ss. At a sessioa of the probate court f or the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate office, in the city of Aun Arbor, on t riday the 3rd day of February in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two. Present, WiUiam D. Harrïman, judge of probate. In the matter of the estáte of George D. Hill, deoeased. On reading and flling the petition duly verified of Henry R. Ilill praying that the adniinistration of said estáte may be granted to himself or some other suitable person. Thereupon, lt is ordered, that Monday, the 8th day of Maroh next. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be asslgned f or the hearing of said petition and that the heirs at law of said deceased and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session ofsaidcourt.then tote holden at theprobate offlce, 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 is f urther ordered, that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof , by causing a copy of this order to be published in Ï7ie Ann Arbor Derrwcrat, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HAERIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate. ' Wm. G. Doty, Probate Eeeister. Estáte of Thomas Shekell, OTATE OF MICHIOAN, County of Washtenaw. O ss. At a session of the probate court, f or the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday the 6th day of February in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two. Present, William D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Thomas Shekell, deceased. Byron W. Forbes the adminlstrator of said estáte, comes into court and represents that he is now prepared to render his an - nual account as such administrator. Thereupon, it is ordered, that Saturday, the 25th day of February instant at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned f or examlning and allowing such account, and that the heirs at Iaw of said deceased, and allother persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said court, then tobe holden at the probate office, in the city of Ann Arbor, insaid county, and show cause if any there be.why the said acoount should notbeallowed: And it is further ordered that said administrator give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the The Ann Arbor Democrat a newspaper printed and circulatiug in said county, three successive weeks previous to said day of heaiing. WILLJAM D. HARRIMAN, (Atruecopy.) Judce of Probate. Wm. G. Doty, Probate Register. CAUTION. AN ACT requiring the holders of unrecorded deeds to record such deeds or furnish the same for record. Section 1. The PmpU of the State of Michiraan enact, That whenerer any grantor who has heretofore conveyed, or shall hereafter convey any real estáte within this State, shall have or hoïd 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 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 county, or cause the same to be delivered to such grantee demanding the same for the purpose of reeording within twenty days from the time when such written request shall have been served upon him. Sec, 2. If such grantor shall neglect or ref nse 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 lia ble to said grantee, his heirs, representatives or assigns, in the penal sum of one hundred dollars damages and also for all actual damages occasioned by such neglect or refusal to the person or persons entitied thereto , to be reeovered in an action on the case with costs of suit. Approved June 1, 1881. Real Estáte for Sale. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County ot Washtenaw Osa.- In the matter of theestate oí Fanny J. Henion, minor. Notice is hereby given.that , in pursuance of an order granted to the undersigned guardián of said minor by the Hou. Judge of Probate for the County of Washtenaw, on the flfteenth day of February, a. d. 1882, there will be sold at Public Vendue, to the highest bidder, at the east front door of the court-house in the city of Ann Arbor, ín the county of Washtenaw, in said state, on Saturday, the flrst day of April , a. d. 1882, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, (subject to all encumbrances by mortgage or otherwise existing at the time of the sale,) the followingdescribed real esate to-wit: A parcel of land described as commencing in the center of the road, running south through the center of section sixteen (16) in the townshlp of Pittsfleld, in the county of Washtenaw, and state of Michigan, two (2) rods south of the center of Pittsfleld ditch No. one, running thence southerly along the center of said road four chaina and ninety-three links to the center line of "aid section, thence along said line east nineteen chains and ten links, thence northerly parallel with the east and west center line eight (8) chains and fourteen (14) links, thence west parallel with second line twelve chains and flfty links to the quarter line, thence on a line straight to the place of beginning, contamine flfteen acres of land. Also the following described land in said township of Pittsfleld: Commeneing in the centerof the road and the center of Pittsfleld ditch No. one on section sixteen (16), running thence northeasterly along the center of said ditch twenty-four chains and thirty-four links to the north line of the south half of the northwest quaner of said section sixteen (16), thence east one chain and sixty-two links to land owned by David Cody, thence south parallel with section line twelve chains and flfty links to the half quarter line, thence by a straight line to a point in the ceuter of the road two (2) rods south of the starting point, thence along the centerof the road to the place of beginning, containing twelve acres. AARON B. HENION, Guardian. Dated February 15, 1883. Lord & Thomas, Chicago, 111., have this paper on file at thelr office. Nos. 9 and 10 McCormick block, where they will be pleased to show it to our townsmen who may be in that city, or making advertlsing eontracts. FOR SALE OR RENT The present residence of Mrs. F. A HM, with The Land -A.lj oin in ■, Consisting of about 40 acres, 30 of which can be cultivated. Reut, $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, or in larger quantities. TITLE PERFECT. For further particulars enqulre of H. R. Hill, office No. 3 Opera House Block, or Wm. M. White, Canaseraga, New York. OSCAR O. SORG, IIOUSB. SIGN, AND Fresco Palm, ALSO TAPEK HANGING. SHOP NO. 60 SOUTH MAIN ST.„ ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN.