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Real Estate Transfers

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Parent Issue
Day
11
Month
May
Year
1882
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

The following are the transfers of real estáte for the week eading Wednesday, May 10 : WAltRANTY DKE8. J. Melviile Freer to Jas. Freer, 200 acres sec 17 and 10, $1,706.77. I. F. Nichols to Isbel Robinson, land in Ann Arbor townsliip, $890.74. Edgar Botcardus to Murdock McLain, lot in Salino villaje, $600. Walter B. Hewett to Edward Reese, 2 acres Ypsilanti town, $200. H. R. Hill to Anna B. Hill, lot 34 Jewett'i add Ann Arbor $1. Germán Sherwood to Christopher Rherwood, 40 aerea sec 19 Ypsilanti, $2,000. Hallet Smith to Samuel H. Smith, 9 acres sec 28 Sharon $825. Richard Alchin to Joel A. Underwood, lot in Mooreville, $40. Joe T. Jacobs to Mary E. Costello, lot in Anm Arbor, $2,350. Helen M. Whedon to Mary Ann and Annie Hicks, property in Ann Arbor, $500. Samuel Jones to Wm. Low, 20 acr s sec 14 Webster, $500. H. S. Platt to Jas. M. Chldester, property in Ypsilanti, $200. Nancy Webh by heirs to Ella M. Pomeroy lot 67 Cross & Bagley's add, Ypsilanti, $775. Sherman Hinckley to Harriet S. Platt lot 156 and the n 1-2 of lot 155 Ypsilanti $1,000. Leander J. LeBaron to Sally LeBaron, 12 acres sec 7 York. $600. John G. Crane to Frederick W. Cleveland, lot 40 Stuck's add Ypsilauti, $1,100. QUIT-CLAIM. Myron E. Knapp to Cernelia E. Knapp lot in Tpsilanti, $1,200. J. R. Sage has moved his music store to the corner of Arm and Pourth streets. Wm. Costello of Dexter, was killed yesterday in a smash up on tbe M. C R te. Wm. Frank will hare a grand opening Saturday evening at his restaurant on West Washington street, formerly occupied by Chas. Miller. When postmaster Knowlton enters upou his duties he will be assisted by the iollowing clerks: Porter Lathrop, principal assistant; Miss Clara Spoor, Thos. Edwards, Q. A. Turner, Alisa Noble, Mrs. Edward Boudinot, A. A. Gregory, Jr, and young Haskell. Alphonse Covert, proprietor of the Globe dramatic company.which is playing in Frankfort, Kansas, this week, writes to his falher, N. B. Covert, that even in the state where cattle are so numerou3, surloin, roast and round steak brings 15 cents per pound, chuck, 12 and l-S.cents, and shced ham 20 cenU per pound.