A Lady's Perfect Companioii. Painless Childl irtk, a new book by Dr. John H. Dye, one of New York's most skillful physicians, shows that pain is not nesessary in Childbirth but resulta f rom causes easily understood and over come. It clearly proves that any woman may become a mother without suiïering any pain whatever. It also tells how to overeóme and prevent morning sickness, sweüed limba, and all other evils attending preguancy. It is reJiable and highly endorsed by physicians everywhere aB the wife's true private companion. Cut this out; it will saveyou great pain, and possibly your hfe. Seud two cent stamp for desenptive criculars, testimoniáis and contidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Address Frank Thomas & Co Publitüiers, Baltiinore, Maryland. .„JBD0tim" 'ikes botrothed to be A Okeat Disooveuy. - Mr. William Thomas, of Newton, la., Hiiyw: ".Iy wife has boen serioufily affected with a cough for twenty-five years, iind this sprititi more sovcrely thun ever befo re. She had used mauy remedies without relief, and being urged to try Dr Kintr's New Disoovery, cud so, with most gratifyiiig results. The flrst bottle relieved her very much, and the second boltle has bsoluiely eured lier. She has not had bo gooa hcalth for tliirtyycars " Trial bottlüs freeat Eberbaeh Sc Son's drug store. Largo size $1. " She's not of my set," said the old hen as she chased a strange chicken out of the yard. Don't Give up Ybt. - It doesn't follow that a patiënt will die because the doctors have given him up," or that ho will recover bec-auso thoy promise to pull him through. It is never too late to try the great virtues of Parker's Tonic. Dr. Michel Ouifoyle of Binghampton, N. Y„ was cured of rheumatisni by it after ten years of unspeakable suffering. Mr. R. W.JMosher, druggist of samejeity, certifles that he hiis sold over 1,000 bottles of Parker's Tonic through lts reputation for this and other cures. The road to wealth is covered with men whojare turning back. A Wonderful Disojveby - CJonsumptives and all, who suffer from any affectiou of the Throat and Lungs, eau find a certain cure in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Thousands of permanent cures verify the truth of this statement. No medicine can show such a record of wonderful cures, l'housands of once hopeless sufferers now gratefully proclaim they owe their lives to this New Discovery. It will cost you nothing to give it a trial. Froe trial bottles at Eberbach & Bon's drug store. Large size, 81. A man may see through a glass darkly, but the stone beer-mug knocks him out. You Can Have It. - " My dear, wlmt would I give to have your hair?' is olten made by iniddle aged ladies to young ones. Madam, you may haye just such hair. Parker's Hair Balsam will give it to you. It will stop your hair from falling olT, restore the original eolor and make it long, thick, soft and glossy. You need not stand helplessly envying the girls. The Balsam is not oily, not a dye, but is an elegant dressing, and is especially recommended for its cleanliness and purity. We often sympathize with a dog when we think of the man who ownes it. lïiK'kli'ii's Aruica Salve. The best salve in the world for Cute, Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rlieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corim, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay reijuirtid. It i guaranteed to givt perfect satisfation, or money refunded. Priee 25 cents per box. For sale by Eberbach ft Son. The temperatura of a woman's love ib materially lessoued by poverty's refrijierator. In all large comnmities personH are tuking an increased interest in property insurance, and perhups for that very reason are iusurinji their lives by using Dr. BuH'b Cough Syrup. It eeerae a little singular that a man's face is generally longest where ho himself is the "shorteet." Acute rheumatism is an iuflammation of the joints, marked by pain, heat, redness, and a tendeucy to suddenly shift from one joint to auother. With these symptoms apply Salvatiou Oil, the reat pain cuve, to the affect ed parts without delay. Price 25 cents a bottle. It is the in-phiz that indicaten the coufirmed toper. City Locáis. For Fresh Caudie, nianfactured laily, go to A. F. Hangsterfer's Candy Factory, 28 Huron street. Gould keeps o.vstera, great big ones. Try a eau. The two beautifully oruuracuted cakes for tlie Geddes wedding were furnished by Frank Haugsterfer. Fok Rent . - Hoorn furuished or unfurmshed. Also board, at No. 9, Monroe street. Pianos, Organs, And all kinds of Musical Goods for sale at Wholsale Prices. We are going to occupy our new store is soon os it can be finished, and do not want to move any more goods than we are obliged to. Everything will be sold at Great Bargaius. Good second-hand organs at $20. Alvin Wiiseï. For the very cboicest Oysters go A. F. Hangsterferer's, Oyster Depot, 28 Main street. GliANClEl!. Catering for Parties, Weddings, R ceptions, etc. Everythiug in the latest style and first-class, 36 and 38 State-st. Frak Hangsterfer did the catering at the Kearney-Tuomy weddinsr, which ocpurred in Northfield, and, of course, everything was satisfactory, as usual. A Fine Display of Parlor Furniture. of their own make, at Koch & Haller's. Otstbbs By the can or served iu any style. Granger, State street. New Kattan Gooda in Uocking Chairs" Reception Chairs, Patent Koekers, Ho. fas.WorkiDg Baskets, at Koch & Haller's Ice Ckeam. GrangerB, State street, filiad 53 orders for Ice Cream and Water Ices, Sufiday, August 30. Fakm Wantbd. - To rent, by a Cana diau, for four years, i farm of 60 r 1(K) acres, within a mile of AnnArbor. Owner' to find horses, iniplements, j, liouse, etc. Would do all work for one-third Hham. AddresH, Wm. J.Kidd, Lindsay, Victoria Co., Ontario. qmre or FfBO (iaKle, af l'all V Hen drick's clothing store. Fresh iish kept on hand by J. M. Gonld. All orders for fish to be delivered on Friday should be given the night before. Well digging. Prompt attention i ven to cleaning and digging wells by tlie well known Gough Bros. Address D. li. Gough, Ann Arbor, or Thomas Goagh, Ypsilanti. Tidswell's, next to Olarken's, is the place to purchase notions. Martin Amber Wlieat. We have tested it for two years and find that it is all that it is reeommended to be, and will fully endorse it to all farmers desinng to make a change of seed. Seed wlieat furuished at $1.40 per biiahel, bags extra. Three pecks to a bushei should be sown to the acre, ue oordinR to the streuffth of the soil. Address, T. J. DeFohest, Jas. G. Kasji, T. Blakk, Ann Arbor P. O. Cisterna built and repaired. Mason work of all kinds done on short notice. Iieave orders corner Fifth and Hurón streete. G. D. ( hollina. Lioaning.- Money to loan ou first-cluss Real Estáte MortgageatCurrent ratea of Interest. Satisfactory arrangements made with capitalista desiriug sueh investments. Every con vey anee and transaction in abstracts of litles oirufally examimed as to legal effect . Z. P. King, Ann Arbor SODA Beat intheYforlJ. lliE 9 MACKINAC. The Most Delightful SUMMER TOUR fal&oe Steamera. Low IUte. Voor Trips per Week Botweon DETROIT AND MACKINAC And Svsry Week Day Between DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Writ for our "Picturesquo Mackinac," Illustrated. Oostalna Poll FarUoulan. M&Ued I'roc. Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co. C. O. WHITCOMB. Och. Pass. ast., DETROIT, MICH, r uinnniGm now me ft 11 II UUU I the new Dry Plate Procesa. For 50 cents we will send poatpaid Roche'a Manual for Amateura, thut givea full instructiona for niaking tlie pictures . Outfita we furniah from 81Ü upwarda. Our Photookaphio Bulletin, edited by Prof. Cuas. E. Caudler, Uead of the Chemical Department of the School of Mines, Columbia College, published twice a niimtli for only $2 per annum. keeps Photographers, professional or amateur, fully posted on all improvomenta, and answers all questions wlien dillicultiea arise. Circulare and price liats free. E. & H.T.ANTHONY & CO., Manfticturt:.rn nf P7loto0rdpMfi Aitfnmt ns and Mui' rtote. S9I Broadway, New York City. Forty ytan eslablisluxlin UU liteof buniuum ST1MS0N THE GROGER, FOR FINE GOODS, ly Annnal Mncwnt ! Now is the time of year that peoplo are looking for iBIG BARÜAINS ! In (joods. I will say that for the next thirty days I will make umi -i and suits lower than ever they V6TQ made before in this city. and persons canDOt put their money to better use than to come right in now and leave their orders. lam reduclng my summer stock, wuich shall lm vcry low, and I am also receiving large invoices of Fait' and Winter Patterns of all the Leailing and Nobby Styles, wliich I shall put up at wonderfully low prices. Now come andsee me, and you will not be disappolnted. A perfect flt guaranteed or money cheerfully refunded. Remember the place St. James Block, W. Huron St., next door to Lewls & Gibson's Photograph Qallery. W. G. BURCHFIELD. 00 YOU TAKE A COUNTY PAPER ? If nt, and f na are about to subscriba for one MN ARBOR DEfflOCRAT ! And respectfully Inform you that St is the People's Paper. II PUBLISHES FULL REPORTS OF AL1 IMPORTANT EVBJSiTS in Washtenaw pounty. It givns a conclüe and In teresting suinniary of THE WORLD'S NEWS, Etoroign, Anierlcan, Congresslonal, Western and Nurthern. It prinU 2 HE NEWS OF MICHIGAN, iioflod down for brief readíng, and gives a fui synopsis of the doiiih's of the Legislatura. It chronicles ALL THE HAPPENINGS OF ANN ARBOR, The county seat, giving full and accurate reporta of Uie Circuit Court, Politieal Mtct uigs, Farmers' Clubn, University and School Hatters, Etu., Etc. IT IS FEAHLESS tn lts denunciaron of monopolies, and all other burdenathat weilib. upon the People ; and shows ui tUl frundu rcardless of vlio 11 liitu. It publishes A QOOD S1ORY Evory week, and has nteresting articlos for tbe young. 13&Its PrtoJ fa $1. Per Year, in Advanct, And in regartled by its subscribers as too yaluable toloan; sodon'ttryto borrow. We invite your attention to some of the many compUraentary tilinga that are beingsaid of The Democrat' "It evinces shrowdneBS, push and ability.1 - Lamino Journal. "Itisinakiug friends ovtryday. It Is a weUconducted ana readablo ofieot."- PotUiac liiU i'oatvr. "A very enterprlsüuj, vide-awake local Jou :ial, full of now anu good sayings."- tlomet U'iint) Democrat. "Ittsalive, spicy newspaper, and a valuablo addition to tho journalist ie list of Washtenaw oounty. "- Tecumseh Herold. "Editorially, locally and typographieally It 1 one of the nnest looking papers that ever came uito thisoffico."- 1m (ruit Eif nina News. 4Th_k Democrat abounds in able and vigoroua editorials, a great variety of local Information and interestiiiK ironeral news aud miacelUuieoua mattor."- Juvkxun Patriot. 'THE DFMOrRAT" EOÜGHandTUMBLE ryT ji (Trui Mik rtnlrd j. J TAKE THE DEMOCBAT Estáte of Alonzo A. Gregory. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, ss. Ata session of the probate court f or the county of Waahtenaw, holden at theprobateof fice, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Tuewday, the 15th day of September, in tho year one thousand bate. In the matter of the estáte of Alonzo A. Gregopy, deceased. On reading and fllinji the petition duly verifled, of Alonzo A. (Jregory. praying Uiat aaniinistration of said estáte may be granted to James R. Gregory or some other suitable person. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the lfith day of October next, at ten OVloek in the forenoon, be assigned for hearing of said petition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estate,are required to appear at asession 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 prayer of the peiltioner 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, by causing a copy of this order to be published in The Ann Jrlior Denutcrat, a aewspaper printed and circulated in said county, three successive weeks previous to said day of heat ing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (Atruecopy) Judge of Probate. Wm. G. Doty Probate Kegister ËState Of G" WaoLor. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Waahtenaw ss. At a session of the probate court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, the 14th day of September, in the year one thou sand eight hundred and eighty ilve. x.,uuv, walvin i. Jimiiiuuti, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Goorge Wacker, deceased. On reading and flliny the petition, duly verlflfd, f John G. Feldkamp, praying that heraay be licenued to sell the real estáte whereof said deoettsed died Beized Thereupon it is ordered that Monday. the lSth day of October next, at 10 o'clock in the forenooii. be assigned for the hearing of said petition and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all other persons interesfced in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said court, then to be nolden at the probate office, in the city of Ann Arbor, ana 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 intereuted in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of thiy order to be publiöhed in ï?ie Ann Arlutr Democrat, & newspaper printed and circulated in said county, four successive weeks previous to said day of hearing . WILLÏAM D. HARRIMAN, LA true copy.l Judge of Probate. William G. Doty. Probate Register All Beer will be Delivered Free of Charge. GL COLLfflS, STONE, UmTwATERUME CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, LAND PLASTER, PLASTERING HAIR, - And all Kinds of - ■WOOID. eeOFFICE:- Corner of Fifth & Huron Streets. opposite KirfiíHín's Hall. Aun Arbor, Mioh. WÜTE WiLUGE WHBÁT This new variety of wheat is perhaps tüe most suoceesful yet introduced. It is a white, bold wheat, umi a heavy yielder. I live three miles and a half south of Ann Arbor, where specimens can be examined, or I will send samples to anyone addressing L. WARNER, Box 21()2, Ann Arbor. IfYou Have Any Accounts For Collection, send them to Engene K Frueauff, Lawyer, Oflice over Krause's Store, Ann Arbor. Collections made in any part of North America. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT ha ving been made in the condi. tions of a certain indenture of ntortgagp, executed by Oarl Mcinherte and Minute P. Meinherte, husband and wife.of the township of Livonia, Wayne County, State of Michigan, to WtcniixnitfwWniiiiy, slatëiuóresaia; oeafing date theseventeenth da y of October, in the year of our Lord one thousnnd eight hundred and seventy-two, and recorded in the office of the Reg ister of Deeds for sid county, of Washtenaw, in Liher forty-six (48) of mortgages, on page 408, and duly assiged by said Thomas Whipple to Washington Bennett, of the township of Plymouth' county of Wayne and state of Michigan, by written assignment bearins date the sixteentn day of June, one thousana eight hundred and seventy-flve, which assignment ís recorded in the office of the Kegister of Deeds of the county of Washtenaw aforesaid, iu Liber six (6) of assignments of morgages, on page 445; and again duly assigrted by David Moreland, as the adin mixtrator of the estáte of said Washington Bennett, deceased, to Caroline Bennett, of the township of Plymouth, Wayne county, Michigan, by written assignment bearing date the ninth day of January, in the year ofour Lord one thousand eigbt hundred seventy-eight, which assignnifiit is recorded in Liber six (6) of assiun ments of mort.gages, on page 446, ín the ofllce of the Register of Deeds for said county of Washtenaw; and again duly assigned by said Caroline Bennett to Charles Hellmoth, of the township of Superior, Washtenaw county aforesaid, by written assignment bearing date the tenth day of February. in the year of our Lord 0UE thousand eight hundred eigh-ty, which assignin. m ; -i - y , .- i.ih. r nfort of the Kegister of Deeds for said Washtenaw coum,,t_ ;_ ber six (tij of asHignments of mortgages, on page 447, by which default the power of sale contained in said inortgage havingbeconieoptTat ivc. and no suit or pioceedings at law or in chancery haviug been inst ïtuU'd to recover the amount due on said inortgage or note accompanying the sanie, and there being now claimcd to ht due on said note and mortgage the sum of Kightcen Hundred Twenty-Six Dollars and Eleven Oenta ($1,888.11], Notice is, thereforo, hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed on Monday, the St-cond day of November, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, at ten o'clock in thr forenoon of that day, by a sale at public auction to the highest bidder, at the front door of the Coun. House, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county of Washtenaw fsaid Court House being the place of holding the circuit court for said couutyj of the mortgaged premises described in said mortgage. er so rnuch thereof as may be necssary to satisfy the amount due on said inortgage and noto, with reasonabje costs and expenses, which inortgaged premises are described as f ollows : All the following describeá piecesor pareéis of land, viz : The east half of the west half of the south-east quarter of section number thirtyfour , in the township of Salem, Washtenaw county, state of Michigan, containing forty acres of land, more or less. Also the east half of the north quarter of the west half of the north-east quarter of eection number three , in the townsnip of Superior, in Washtenawcounty aforesaid, containing ten acres of land, more or less. Dated August 4, 1886. CHARLES HELLMOTH, J. H. MoitRis, Assignee of Mortgage. Attorney for Assignee. Estáte of A. F. Bleyenbergh. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw O ss. At a session of the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate ofllce in tin city of Ann Arbor, on Thursday, the 3d day of Septe Jiber, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-flve. Present, Wilham D. Harriman, Judge oí Probate, In the matter of the estáte of Aloysius F. Bleyenbergh, deceased. On reading flling the petition, duly verified, of TheopfcilusBuyse, praying that a covtain instru ment now on file in this court, purportüu to be the last will and testament of said decOMed, mav be admitttul to probate, and that he may beappointed exeentor thereof. Thereupon , it is ordered, that Monday, the 28th day of September, instant, at IU o'clock in the fore-noon be assigned for the heftring of said petition, and that the ii'Y isces, légateos, aud heira at law of said deceased and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a sessionufsaid court, then to be holden at the probate office, 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 further urde red, that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested ín said estáte, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing . thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in Ttie Ann Arbtrr Democrat, a news paper printed and circulated in said county, three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. WILUAM D. HARRIMAN, A true copy. Judge of Probate. Wm. G. Doty. Probate Register. "ÑDTICE. As the principal trade of tho srisoti is past, and alt titatters of indebtedness should be settleil. I now ask every man that owes me to cali and settle by cash or sliort notes. Farmers can st&veoff their bilis without injury to their credit, but wo in town doinK business, can not do so. When billa are presen ted we have to pay them or down gowM our credit. An early respoiiie to thid cali will save cost. MOSES ROGEltS. ■ ■■ f%for workinec people. Sen 10 ets. llpostage. and we will mail you free pi r I pa royal, valuabla sample box of I %m h I Koods that will put you ín the vuy of making more money in a few dayg than you ever tbought possible at any business. Capital not required. You can livp at home and work ín spare time only, or all the time. AH of both sexes, of all ages, grandly successful. 50 cents to $5 casily ciirm'.l every i'vmiinc That all who want work may test the businesK, we make this unparalleled offer: To all who are not well sat isfled we will send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing us. Full particulars, riirections. etc, sent free. Immense pay absolutely sure for all who start at once. Don 't delay, Address, Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine. A AAA AAAin presentsglven away V J II llsi-nd us 5 centi post.ige ii l llami by mail yu w'u yPmJiJJ Uget free a package of gnodsof large'value. that will start you in wurk that will at once bring you in moneyfaster than anything else in America. All abou the t$200.OoO in presenta with each box. Agents wanted everywhere, of either sex, of all ages, for all the time, or Bpare time only, to work for us at their o wn homes. Fortunes for all workers absolutely asaured. Dou't delay. H, Hallett & Co., Portland. Main. Alill4fi Smul 6 cent for postage IIUI ƒ L receive frw h costly rn f of Koods which will I llllaL help you to more money right away than anything else in thisworlil. All of either sex succeed from first hour. The broad ruad to fortune opens before the workers, absolutely sure. At once address, True& Co., Aunista. Maine. ll more money than at anything else by UU I M''lkinti ll" agency for the best selling I III book out. Beginners succeed grana Illllly. None f all. Termg Halle Book Oo Portland Maine. Fake the a.aTdemocrat Mort gage Sale. DEFAULT liaving ben inade in the condition of a certain imlentureof mortgage 6Xecute by Patrick Gonnan and Mary Gorman, his wife of the villageof Dexter, eounty of Washtt'iiaw state of Michigan, to William P. tiro ves of th township of Northfield. county and state aforo said, hearing date the l ith day of August, n. D 1800. and recorded in the office of the ïtegisto of Deeds for thuoounty of Waslitenuw, in Lili 42 of mortgages, page 112. and assigued on tli 14th day of May, A. D. 1885, by written assigi ment, to Hattie Groves of the towxifihipof Nortl field, county aforesaid, and which assigmnent ; recordüd in the ofllce aforesaid, in Liber 8 of as sigiiinents of mortgages, on page ï'9, and o wnicn (U'fnulttbe powerof saK'Oi'iitaint'ti insuc mortgHgg having DdOODlO operativr, mul DO SU or proceediugs at law or in equity, liaving beei instituted to recover the anuunr due on sak mortgage or the note accompanying the sanit and there being now clamed to be due on sait note and mortgap the urn of six humtred an slxty and thirty one-hundreths dollars [$öft) 80), Notice is, therefore, hereby given, that Bal mortgage will be foreclosed on Saturday, th 21st day of November. A. I., 1886 at lOo'clock i the forenoon of that day. by a sale at publi auction, to the highest bidder, at the eaat door o the court house, in the city of Ann Arbor, in th county aforesaid [.said court house being th place for holding the circuit court for snid coui ty], of the morgaged premisas described in sak mortgage, or so mach thereof as may benefes sary to u tl aniotmt of principal am interest remaimng unpaid upon suid mortgage with reasouable costa and expenses; whic i) remises are described in said mortgage as fo tova; All that parcel of land ly ing iu the vfllage o Dexter, county of Washtenaw, and state o Michigan, known and described as lot numbe seven , ín block number nine , iu said vil lage. ]trd AuKiiatlia, 1KKT. E. D. Ki ,nk, HATTIE GROVES, Att'y for Assignee, Assignee, Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT having been madu In the cond tions of a certain indenture of mortgage executed by James Shaw and Sarah BhawThl wife, of Northfield, Washtenaw County. Miehi gan, to Hudson T. Morton, of said county am state, hearing date the sixtocnth day of Apri ín the year of our Iord, one thousand eiglit hui dred and soventy-four, and moordod in the ol flce of the KegiHer of Deeds for said county o Wanhtenaw, in Liberforty-nine(49)of mortgagcs on page 518, anti duly aKsigned by the said ifud son T. Morton to WiWam Hulbert, of the city of Ann Arbor, in said county and atate, by wriltm asuignment beartng date the seventeenth day of July, one thoutiandeight hundred and seventyfour, which assignment is recorded iu the office of aid Register of Deeds of said cuunty, iu I.iber seven (7) of assignments of mortgages, on page 58H, and again duly assigned by Comstock F. ï I ï II, as tne administrator of the estáte of the said William Hulbert deceased, to the -anl Hud son T. Morton, by w ritten assignment hearing date the fourth day of December, In tha year of our Lord, une thousand eight huiulred and eighty-three, and which assignnient is recorded in Uber 8 of aiwignments of mortgages, in the 3aid office of the said Register of Deeds for said county, on page 3fi9, and by which default, the power of sale coutained in said mortgage, baviug become operative, and no suit or proCe,eUiniTK ■ larvr ot i hiHTy ha-rlnR tR en ... slitutëd to recover the amount due on said mortgage or the note accoinpanving the same, and there being now claimed to due on t-aid note and mortgage the sum of two hundrcd hik! thirty-nine dollars and twenty-flve cents ($9.35). Notice is, therofore, hereby given that said mort gajfe will be foreclosed on Saturday, the tweni v sixth day of Septemb-r, A. I. one tttoasand eight hundred and tighty live, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, by a sale at public auction to the highest bidder, at the nouth front door of the Court House, In the ity f Ann Arbor, in said couuty of Washtonaw (said Court House being the place of holding the circuit court for said county), of the mortgaved premisfs desuhbed in said mortgage. or so murh thereof as may be neceasary to satisfy the amount due on said mortgagu und note, with reasonable costs and exueniee; which mortgaged premises are described in said mortgage as folio ws : All t host certain pieces or parctsLs of land sitúate and being i' tin1 city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw and stato of Michigan, and described a follows, to-wit: All of lots numbered one hundred and two (102), one hundred and three (1U3), one hundred and four(104), and one hundred and live (105), in Joseph D. Baldwin's third additiou to the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dated Juue 30, 1885. HUDSON T. MORTON, E. D. Kinne, Mortgagee and Assigncc. Attoroey for Mortgagee and Assignee. Aotice to Creditors. STATE OF MICHIGAN. County of Washtenaw _ sa. Notice is hereby given that by an order of the probate court for the county of Was h ten a w, made on the 34th dav i August, D. 1885, six months f rom that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against the estáte of David Forsnee, late of said county, decased, and that all creditors of UÍ0 de eaaed are naquiredto present their claims to said probate court, at the probate office inthe city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowanee, on or before the 24th day of February next. and that such claims will be heard before said court, on Tuesday, the 'i4thday)of November, and on Wednesday ttaö 24th day of February next, at ten o'clock in tht? forenoon of each of said days. Daldd, Ann Arbor, August 24, A. D. 1885. WILLIAM D HARKIMAN. Judtee of Probate, CHEAPT BIBLESJ „„.;1,. 'rfcturr. IEth Vrralom Now Tn.lmrnl A HrViTC !■! 1 iimpn FORöHUU & McMACKlN.CmLinnatt.O. M""_"_ flf Afl IJjU Estáte of Frederick Sorg. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw O 88. At a sesdon of the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate office in the city of Ann Arbor on Tuesday, the 25th day of Angustí, In the year one thousand elfiht hundred and atghty-flv6. Present, Willium D. llarriinan, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Fruderick Sorg, deeeased. On reading and flling the petition, duïy vended, of Julián na Sorg, praying that a certain in struinent now on Ule. in tuis court. purportüig to be the last will and testament of said deceased, may be admitGted to probate and that he may be appointed executrix thereof . 'iii n ut it is Ordt red, That Monday.the 21st day of September m-xi, at 10 o'clock in the foronoon, bc assignedfor the hearing of said petition, and that the de visees, legatees, and heirs at law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a sepsiou of said cuurt then to be bolden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause if any there be, why the prayer of the petrtioner shouKl not be granted; And it ík furtner ordered. that said uetitióner give notice to the persons interested in said estate. of the pendency of said petition, and the hearingthereuf. by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbor Demócrata a newspaper printed anti cifculated in said county ilirce successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (Atrue copy.) Judgeof Probate. Wm. O. Doty, Probate Register. fflortgag'e Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the conditfons of a certain in den ture of mortgage, executed by John Ueorge Volz and Mary, his wife, of the township oföeio, in the county of Wast tenaw, in tbe State of Michigan, to FÑfltirlck Schmid of the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, bearinji date the I5th day of March, one thousand eight hundred and flfty-nine, and recorded in the office of tbe Register o? Deeds for the county of Washtenaw aforesaid, in Liber 42 of Mortgages, on page 1Ü0, and bywhich default the power of sale contaiued in said mortgage having become operatiye, and no snit or oroceedIng8 at law or in equity having been instituto d to recover the amount due on aaid mortgage or the notes Romnpanyine thesftine, and Hu -re being DOW olaimed to be due on said notes and mortnee the Kiin of Seven Hondred, Nimiy-Two Dollars aml Sixty-Two ("ents ($79d 88). Notice is, theretoro, hereby glveo that said mortgage will be foreclosd oni5aturi.Iay, the 3l8t dayuf October 1885, at lü o'clock In the forenoon of that day, by a sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the south door of the Court House, in the said city of Ann Arbor (said court house being the place of holding the circuit court for the county of Washtenaw), of the mortgaged premises described in said mortgage. or so mach thereof as may be oecea sary to satisfy the amount of grincipal and interest remaining unpaid upon saiu mortgage, with reasonable costs and expenses; whii-h premlses are described in said mortgage as folfows : All of a certain piece or parcel of land oh section t vftii iive, in the township of iScio, in the ■ountof Waslitt'iiaw aforesaïd.boundfd and dedearfbed as follows, viz: Beginning nt the southweel oomer of the east half of the south-east luurtvr uf st'ction twenty-ftve, oí townnhip two iöutfi, OÏ range live east, in the Lietroit land dls;rict; and running f rom thence east along the south line of aaid south-east miarte r rluiins uul lifteen links ; thence nortn, parellel with the west line of said east half of said quarter, welve chains and fourteen links, to tlie centre 01 he Klier White road; theoce weateriy along the tentar of said road to the west line of said east half of the south-east quarter ; thence outh along said linenlne chains and seventyrvt'ii links to the place of beginning, containing en acres, irore or less, Dated August 1, 185. FHEDEUICK SCHMID, Ju , Cxecutor of the estáte oí the sald Bndenek Schinid, deceased . Hortgagee. E. D, Kinnk, Attorney for Execuor. Notice to Creditors. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, Oounty of Washtenaw, 7 ss. Notii'tiis litTt'bv K'veu, that by an order f Üie Probate Court for the County of Washmaw, made on the Htii day of August, A. I. -85 six montlis brom that date were allowed for redlton to present thetr claims against the esAte of Edwin Lawtencr, late of said county, decusnl, and that all creditors of said deceased ire requirrd to present thelr daiins to said Proate Court, at tne Probate OfBoe In the city of Ann Arbor, for t'xaTiiination and aUowanoe, on r before the Hah day of February oext, and that u-h claims will be ln'ard before said Court, on onday. the l'th day of November, and on edoeeday, the lOfifa day of February uext, at 10 'cloek in the forenomi of each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor. Aug. 10 A. 1). 1686. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, Judge of Probate. Commissioners' otice. TATE OF MICHIGAN , County of Washtenaw, O ss. The underalgnedha ving been appointed y the Probate Court for said county, Oommisoners toreceive, examine an I adjust all claims ni demanda of all persons againxt the estáte of ugene B. Arnolu. late of said county deeated, hereby give notice that siac monthsfrin ate are allowed, by order ofsald Probate Court, or creditors to present thelr claims against the state of said deceased. and that they will meet the Probate üfflee, in the city of Ann Arxr, in said county, on Wednesday the 7th ay of December and on Monday the bth day of arch next, at ten o'clock a. m.. of each of said i s , to receive, examine and adjust said aims. Dated, September 7, 1885. DANIEL. HISCOCK, BENJAMIN HKOWN, Cuuuuissjoners.