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Mort?ag; Sale. WHKKKAS. John Atchinson and Marlan Atchinson, his wife , both of the township of Plymouth, in the county of Wayne and state of Michigan, on the Twenty-Second day of September, one thousand eiglit hundred and eisrhtythree, made and executed a mortgage to Michael C. Hughston of the townsh'p of Lyon, county of Oakland and Rtate aforesaid, to secure the payment of the sum of Eight Hundred Dollars, payable on or before the twenty second day of September, A.D 887,with annual interest, payable annually at the rate of seven per cent., which mortgage was recorded in the office of the register of deeds for the county of Washtenuw, in the of Michigan, on tne twenty-flfth day of September, A. D. 1883, at nine o'clock and thirtyflve minutes in tlie forenoon, in líber flfty-seven of mortgages, on page fourhundred and seventytwo. And, whereas, it was in and by said mortgage expressly agreed that, should any default be made in paymentof the said interest, or any part thereof, on any day whereon the saine was made payable as expressed in said mortgage, and should tno same remain unpaid and in arrears for the apice of thirty days, then and f rom thenceforth, that is to say after the lapse of said thirty days, the aforesaid principal sum of eight hundred dollars, with all arrearage of interest thereon should, at the option of the said Michael C. Hughston, his executors, adminUtrators or assigns, become and be due and payable immedlately thereafter, notice of wnich option was thereby in said mortgage expresslv waived, although the period limit. -d in said mortgage for the payment thereor mlght not then have expired, anything thereinbefore contalned to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding. And, whereas, the said John B. Atchinson and Marian E. Atchinson neglect and ref use to pay the intereRt which became due on the twenty-second day of September,' A. D. 1885, and the twentysecond day of September, A. D. 1886, or any part thereof. And, whereas, more than thirtv days have elapsed slnce jaid interest became due and payable pursuant to the provisions of said mort?age, and the uodersigned, the said Michael C. iughston has elected and bereby elects that the whole principal sum mentioned in said mortgage shall become due and payable immediately. And whereaa, upon which said mortgage the urn of nine hundred and twenty-one dollars and twentyflve cents is claimed to be due at the date of this notice. And whereas, def auit has been made in the payment of the money secured by said mortgage, whereby the power therin contained to geil nas become oprative, and no suit or proceeding at law or ín chancery having been instituted to recover any part thereof. notice Istherefore hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, 1 hall, on Saturday, the twenty-second day of January, one thousand eight hundred and eight} -seven, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder (the sale to take place at the north front door of the court house in the city of Ann Arbor, in said couuty of Washtenaw, said court house being tbe place of holding the circuit court for said county of Washtenaw,) the p remises described in said mortgage, or so mucn thereof as shall be necesaary to aatisfy the amount due on sucb mortgage and legal costs and charges of such sale, that is to say: All that certain piece or parcel of lanu aituated in the township of Salem, in tho county of Washtenaw, and state of Michigan, known and described as f ollows, to-wit: Eighteec acres of land off the west side of the west half of the northeast quarter of section number ten, in town one, south of ranee seven east. Dated this 22nd day of October, A. D. 1886. MICHAEL C. HUGHSTON, .isa P. Ki.Nii, Mortgage. Attorney for Mortgagee. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT haring been made in the conditions of a mortgagH executed by Myron Webb and Catharine Wobb of the village of Saline, Washtenaw County, Michigan, of the lii-st part, to Comstock F. 11:11 uf the township of Lodi, County of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, on the Eighteenth day of November, A. D. 1882, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Washtenaw County, Michigan, on the 13th day of January, A. D. 1888, at 11:45 o'clock a. m., of said day, in Liber 57 of Mortgageft, on page 419, by which default the power of sale In said mortgage became operative, and no suit or proceedings in law or equity having been instituted to recovar tne debt secured by aid mortgage, or any part thereof, and the sum of Six nundredand íífty-Seven Dollars ($6o7), at the date of t. is notice, being claimed to be due upon siüd mortgage. Notice is hereby given that said mortgaKe will be foreclosed by a sale of the said mortgaged premises therein described, or some part thereof, to-wit: The east half of lot number four (4) , and the west quarter of lot number three (3), and two rods off of south end of lot tifteen (15), in section number ten (10), according to the recorded plat of the village of Saline, County of Washtenaw and state of Michigan, will be sold at public vendue on the TwelXth of March, A. D. 1887, at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the east door of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor in said county, that being the place of holding the cicuit court in said county. Dated December 5, 1886. COMSTOCK F. HILL, Mortgagee. Chancery Order. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT for the County of Washtenaw, in Chancery. Mary A. Adams, Complainant, vs. William H. Adams, Defendant. Cause pending in said court, it satisfactorily appearing to me by af fldavit on file in said cause that the defendant, WiUiam H. Adams, is not a resident of this state, but resides in the territory of Dakota. On motion of Cramer & Corbin, complainant's soltcitors, it is ordered that said defendant, William H. Adam-, cause his appear anee to be entered herein within four (4) months from the date of tbis order, and in case of his appearance that he cause his answer to tbe complainant's bill of complaint to be flled and a copy thereof to be served on said complainant's solii itors within twenty days af ter service on him of a copy of said bill and notice of this order ; and that in default thereof said bill to be taken as oonfessed by said nonresident defendant. And it is further ordered. that within twenty days after the date, tbe said complainant cause a notice of tbis order to be pubushed in the Ann Arbor Democrat, a weekly newspaper, published, printed and circulated ín said cou ty, and that said publlcation be continued therein at least once ui each week for six succes 4ve weeks, or tbat she cause a copy of tbis order to be personally served on said de fendant at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for hls appearance. Dated. December 6, 1886. Cramkr & Corbin, C. JOSLYN, Solicito for (Jomolainant. Circuit Judge. Real Estáte for Sale. C TATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw 0 ss, In the matter of the estáte of Milan Kidder, deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order granted to the undersigned administrator with the will annezed of the estáte of said deceased by tbe llon. Judge of Probate for the county of Washtenaw, on the 6th day of September. A. J . 186 there will be sold at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the dweiling house, on the premises hereinafter described, in the township of Saline, in the county of Washtenaw, in said state, on Tucsday, the lst day of February. A. D. 1887, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day (subject to all encumbrances by mortgage or otherwUe existing at the time of the death of said deceased) tne following described real ebtate towit: Commencing at the northwest corner of the east half of the northeast quarter of section 28, township four south of range flve east; running south on line between east and west half of said quarter section, 20 chains and 75 links; thence south 43 degrees and 30 minutes east, 5 chains and 96 links, to the center;of the Tecumseh road; thence north 47 degrees and thirty minutes east, along the center of said road, 33 chains and 40 links; tbence north, 47 degrees west. 3 chains and 74 1, nks, to section line in the center of highway; thence west on said section line in center of highway, 26 ciiains and 12 links, to the place of beginning, containing 43 and 4O-10Oths acres of land. Dated, December 9. 1886. BYRON W. FORBES. Administrator with the will annexed. 1 U AU I til I I9C quires n knowlrdgc uf lh value of newspapers, and a correclly displayed advt To secure such Information flflOC V as will enable you to a] ve r DscJ f I U I U U O L I cohsult LORD - THOMAS NEWSPAPER ADVERT1S1NG, CHICAGO, ILUK0IS. CEO. rOLP ! PROPRIETOR OF THE New Livery Stable Boarding and Farmers' F eed Barn. A.t Baxter's Old Stand, Corner Huron and Second Street. TURNOUTS ALL NEW AND NEAT Charges Reasonable. Telephone Connectlon BE SI MER SELIiS LLOYD &HEY'S liiiliisli Ales ! AND E. W. VOIGHT'S AND BHEINGOLD ■_ i" X3T" "ÏÏ-JÊ 2 Fred. Brown ! At Clarken's Old Place. IE ff ! Xjcl-u_oxs and Cigars. HOT LUNCH EVEBY UI HENRY MATTHEWS Kep8 a Firstclae MEAT MARKET ! Dealer in all kinds of Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, One Door East of Franklin House. Prices Reasonable. Thanking those who have so liberal! v patroniszed me in the past. I a!so cordiallysolicit trede froiii new patrons. HENRY MATTHEWS, Huron Street, - Ann Arbor, Mioh. PAY A -YGXJ GO ! I ara still Ín the FLOURANDFEED! WOOD AND CO AL BUSINESS. I am now doine a Strictly Cash Business, and will sell anythiug in my line ascheap as it can be bought of any dealer, and will also gire a DISCOUNT OF 4 PER CENT On all orders for Flour. Feed and Wood, amounting to $5 and over. EXVJRTT RICHARDS, Next Firemen's Hall. Last Huron Street. PENNYROYAL WAFERS. tPrescrlption of a physiclan who has had a Ufe Ion? experience in tn-ating feniale diseases. Isused monthly with perfect success by over 10,000 ladfes. Pleasant, safe, efTectuaL Ladies askyourdruggist for Pennyroyal Wafers and tako no substituto, or Inclose postageforsealedpartlculars. Soldby all druireists, 1 per box. Aódress THK EUREKA CHEMICAI. CO.. Detroit. Mich. fiT Bold iiiAnnA rbor by Eberbach & S on. TMËTÉ DEWOCBAT. Planing Mili. LUICK BROS., Proprietors. We turn out all kinds of Mouldlngs, SASH AND BLINDS And do all kinds of Joiner's Work. We hare not orden "three months ahead"; only wlsh It was go. Persons winning anythine done in our line of work can be accomrnodated. Send in ymir ord&rë and ihey xeül rteeivê ImmediaU Atteniion. LTJICIC BROS., Cor. North and Fifth itreeta. Ann Arbor, Mlcli w_ C3-. snsroT's BOARDINC AND LIVERY STABLE ! Is sltuated on W. Ann Street, opposite the New Jai I . Best Turnouts in the City REASONABLE RATES. Funeral Attendance a Specialty. Order attended to In anypart of the city andvicinity. Telephone conneotion. HACKS RUN NICHT & DAY WM. THEISEN, Merchant Tailor ! Has the finest line of CLOTHS In the city f rem which to make select ion. Garmenta out and made to order. Only flrstclass work turned out. Satisfaetlon guaranteed, Next to Ann Arbor Savings Bank, On Hueon Stbkkt Wbst. ai ArDor nto Worts D. F. Alfmendineer Manufacturar and dealer in Pianos, Orias, AN'D MUSICAL IN8TKUMENT8. Repairing and Tuning a Specialty. Anyone cali ing: at the works, foot of Washington street, can examine goods and prioes. I can coavince you of the Great Bargains ! I am offering. D. F. ALLMENDINQEB. ANN ARBOR A RARE CHANCE ! llaviní; fully determined to leave Ann Arbor. ? to engage in business with my únele A. D. Besimer, In Detroit, offer my property consisting of BUILDING AND SALOON ! For sale, or I will rent the building and sell the saloon and flxtureo. The plaoe is centrally located and enjoya A COOD PATRONAGE Here is au opportunity for the right man. Addreea, FRED BESIMER. Aim Asbob. - Miobioam,


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