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tC tn OnPer day at home. Samples 4O IU 4ZU woi-th $5 free. Address Stinson ' & Co., Portland, Maine. ff T) A. WEEK. $18 a day at home easily Olí oiade. Costly outtts free. Address Tiue St Co.. Augusta, Maine. CHEAPEST RIRI FS H-v" i-"nmhi a.kms. tnttetDiw. Botk TnlMiNTriinnA[!rW lili VITO FOR SALE ÖRRËNT Tlie present residence of Mrs. F. A.Hill, with I ' li ■ l.ii nl A IJ i 1 1 ■ ■ i ■ , Consisting of about 40 acres, 30 of which can be cultívate! 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 he acre, or In larger quantities. TITLE PERFECT. For further particulars enquire of H. R. lili, office No. 3 Opera House Block, or Wm. M. White, Canaseraga, New York. Lone Star Bakery aEOCEET' ! Warm Meáis and Lunches A. T ALLHOXJKS. Also constantly ot hand a ehoice stock of Fancy Crackers, Cakes, for Partios aud Weddinga furnisbed on short notice. Confectioneries and all kinds of Fruit in their season. Bread, Cakes, and Pits constantly on hand. Choice Tobacco and Cigar., Canned Fruit and Light Groceries. Highest Cash Price Paid for FARMERS PRODUCE. Cali and see me. No. 12 Opera House Block. GEü. E. LaMOTTE, Proprietor. jS ft: ' Ipfff ' PMütei Abovo la an exact portrait of MRS. SARAH J. YAN BUREN, DISCOVERER OF LADIES'TONIC A preparation ivhich is unequaled for Pitrifying the Blood and Toning Up the Female System. Ladies' Tovic is prTired by Mrs. Van Buren at 1S Frankliu St., Buffalo, N. Y., and has been used successfully byladiusf ryears. It is asure cure fnrall Fenaa Com]ilaiu ta, Luw Fever, Ague Scrofula, Sijk tfaadache, and all weaknosses caus by thuse irregnlaritie3 which are so com monto woiiiankind. Th.áisnOjPaíení Medicine but ia prrpared by Mri. Van Buren after years .of experience, and recomruended byher, asshe knows it will fivo newlifotoany broken-down -on-out or over-worked member of her sex. Wives and MoTBKra nned something to assls nature in holdüig her own under the constan strain which i c ir.-iantly draprfrinpr themdown Mri Van 1! n-n uuwen all letlera ree. Sent Fo ini'eby Druggists. Price, $1.00 per bott'a, Watches and Jewelry ! J. Ballet k Si, 46 South Main Street, Dealers in the Leadine AMERICAN WATCHES ! In Gold and Silver Cases, in Stem and Key Winding, Manufhctured by the Leading Watch üompaniéf. GOLD WATCH CHAINS ! Of Standard Quahty and Various Pattern3. A Larve and Complete Assortmeut of Lace Pins, Ear RitiHs, BraceletsFinger Rings, And Studs. Silver Platui Ware, From the Most Reliable Manufacturera at Bottom Prices. The Repairing of Fine W'atches is in Charge of Competent and Skiïled Workinen, at Fair Prices. To The Public! We have made every efiort tiii.s winter in inauula e tur i Mg a f ti 11 line of Parlor jiooÍN lor the .spring trade, tl ns xa ing the people of liiu Arbor tlie trouble and expense of going to souie larger plaec to f uriiish tlieir Our avsortinent is complete und the woi-k is Ione I,v experienced worltmeu only. The beat material is u.sed so that ei ery pieee that leave.s the store eau be warrauted. We also have inereased our stoek in ISed Itoom .Setv, aml Spring Iteds. Writiug Deslio, Seeretariex. and ïïook Cases, Marble Top Tables, etc. AH goods are moUI at sanie prices as in the cities and somestill ehcaper, om ing to lighter expenses. Prompt and taretul attention is given to all Special Orders in upholstering or in cabinet work. Respeetl'ully, Koch & Halier, k 5% Soiilh Main St.. and 4 West l,iberty St. P. S. - Agents for the celebrated V hi t nej Baby larriage. " Estáte of Ann L. Covert. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw O ss. At a session oL the probate court for he county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate office in the city of Anu Arbor, on Wednesday, the lOth day of May iu the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty two. Present, William l. Harrünan, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Ann L. Covert, deceased. On reading and filing the petition, dulv verifled of Norman B. Covert, prayiug that the adminis;ration of said estáte muy be granted to himself or some other suitable person. Thereupon, it is ordered that Monday, the 5th day of June next, at ten o'elock in the fore noon, 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 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 any there be, why the prayir of the petitioner should not b grauted : And it is f urther ordered, that said petitioner give notice to the persons iuterested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by caus ing a copy of tuis order to be published in The Ann Art ir Denwcrat, a newspaper printed and cireulated in said county, three auccessive weeks previous to said day of hearing. WILLIAM l). HARRIMAN, ( A trae copy . ) Judge of Probate. William U . Doty. Probate Register. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the conditions of a mortgage executed on the 17th day of November, 1874, by Margaret G. Bower to Persis L. Tuttleand recorded in the office of the register of deeds for the county of Washtenaw and state of Michigan, on the same day and year last aforesaid, in Liber50,of mortgage ■, on page 548, and there is claimed to be due on said raortgage at the date hereof four thousund seven hundred forty-eight dollars and eighty-two cents (8 .748.82) together with au attorney fee of thirty dollars, and no suit or proceedings at law or in chancery having been mstituted (o recover the same or any part thereof, notice is hereby given that by virtue of aponer of sale in said mort gage contained, I shan on Wednesday. the 26tti day of July, 1882, at one o'clock iu the afternoon at the court house in the city of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw county, Michigan, sell it public vendue to the highest bidder all those tracts or parcels of land sitúate in the city of Ann Arbor, Washteuaw county, Michigan, to-wit: Lots number six (6), seven (7), eight (8), nine (9), and teu(lU);alsolotsnumberone(l), two (2), three (3), four (4), and flve [5], in block number four [4] in Felch's addition to the city of Ann Arbor, according to the recorded plat thereof in Líber forty-flve [45] of deeds on page 140. Dated April 19, 1882. PERSIS L. TUTTLE, Mortgagee. Geo. L. Bachman, Attorney for Mortgagee. Estáte of Leonard Vaughn. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washteftaw, ss. At a session of the probate court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the pro bate office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Mon day, the Sth day of May in the year one bhousand eight hundred and eighty-two. Present, William D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Leonard Vaughn deceased. Leonard B Vaughn, the ad ministrator of said es tate. comes into court and represents that he is nowprepared to render nis Anal account as such admmistrator. Thereupon, it is erdered, that Monday, the 5th day of June next at ten o'clock in the fore noon be assigned for examining and allowiug such account and that the heirs at law of said de ceased, and all other persons iuterested in said e tate, are requiredto appear at a session of sai 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 accoun should not beallowed: And it is f urther ordered that said administratrix give notice to the per sons interested in said estáte of the pendency o said account, and the hearing thereof, by caus ing a copy of this order to be published in tht Ann Arbor Democrat, a newspaper printed ant circulating in said county, two successive weeks previous to said day or hearing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, [A true copy] Judge of Probate. William G. 1)oty, Probate Register MortgageSale. DEFAULT having been made in the payments of the principal and interest due on a certain mortgage hearing date October 87, 1868 executed by Charlotte D. Silkworth to J. Moreau Smith, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds forthe county of Washtenaw, statj of Michigan, on November 2, 1888 in Liber 38 of mortgages on page 575. which mortgage waa duly assigned on January 13, 1872 to Hansom S. Smittoby an assignment recorded March 1, 1882, in said Register's office in Liber 7, of assignments of mortgages on page 332 (which said mortgage is now owued by the estáte of said Hansom S. Smith, deceased) by which said default the power of sale contained in said mortgag has become operative. and no proceedings at law or in equity liaving been instituted to recover the debt secured Dy said mortgage or any part thereof ; and there being now claimed to be due and unpaid upon the said mortgage and the note accompanyiug the same, the sum of two hundred and forty-seven dollars and sixty-two cents. Noticeis therefore hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage, together with all other egal costs and expenses of sale, at public sale or vendue to thehfghest bidder at the east front door of the court house in the city of Ann Arbor, county of Washtenaw and state of Michigan (that being the place for holding the circuit court for said county) on Wednesday the seventh day of June 1882 at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day (subject to a prior mortgage recorded in Liber 33 of mortgages on page 508 in said Register's offlce) which said premises are describeda8 follows: All the following described lauds situated in the town of Sharon, county and state of Michigan, being the east third of the uorth east quarter of the south west quarter of section number thirty-four in township number three south of range three east, coinmencin? at the center of section thirty-four aforesaid running thenc west on the quarter line to land owned by Josiah R. Stout thence south eighty rods to land owned bv Jeremiah D Uory, thence east to land owned by John W. Cowan. thence north eighty rods on the quarter line to the place of begiuning containing thirteen and one-third acres. Dated March 1. 1888. W. B. SMITH, Executor of Ransom S. Smith. M. H. BRENNAN, Attomey for executor. rpOLEDO, ANN ARBOE GEAND TRUNK X RAILKOAU, nM Taking effect Sunday, Mareh 12, 1883. Trains run by Columbus time. 3oing North. Going South Sxp'ss I MailTl STATIONS. „ ! MaiL I Éxp' p m i m I I p. m. a. M. , t6.25 t8.15 ; Toledo t 5.56 t.4 6.28 8. 18 North Toledo +5.52 9.4 6 38 8.27 Detroit JuQction. 5.42 9.(1 6.47 8.35 I Hawthorn 5.32 S.2. 0.55 8.45Samaria 5.23 H.l. 7.10 9.00Lulu ■". 1 0 J.X 7.15 9.05 I Monroe Junetion 5.0i 8.4 7.27 9.15Dundee 4.55 8.0 ' 7.88 9.27 Azalia 4.43 8.18 7.52 9.40 Milan 4.30 8.05 8.00 9.47 Nora 4.23 7.55 8.07 19.53 ürauia 4.1? Í-.48 8 20 10.05 'VpsUanti Juncti'n 4.08 7.38 ■ 8.35 10.20 Ann Arbor . . . . t3,55 t7.25 .... 0.45 Lelands 3.35 .... 10.57 Wordens 3.25 tl 1.16 South Lyon t3.05 The local freight north leaves this city at 5 p. m : Lelands, 5.40; Wordens. 6 o'clock and arrivés in Soutk Lyon ut 6.30. The same train eaves South Lyon at 7.05 a. m. ; Wordens, 7.25, lelands, 7.35; and arrivés in this city at C.30. H. W. ASHLEY Qen'l Superintendent. Get ïom Property Insured By C. H. MILLEN, INSURANCE ACENT No 4 Soutb. Main St., Ann Arbor. The oldest agency in the city. Established a quarter of a century ago. Representingthe folowing first-class companies: Homeins. Co., of N. Y., $ 7,000,000 Continental lus. Co., of N. Y. 4,207,206 Niágara Ins. Co., of N. Y., 1,735,563 iirard Ins. Co., of Ptiila.. 1.132,486 Oriënt Ins. Co., of Hartford, 1,419,522 Commercial Union of Lomion, 12,000,000 Manhattan lus. Co., of N. Y., 652,117 W Rates low. Losses liberally adjus1d and promptly paid. C. H. Mlllen.


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