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ipi==i=i=i=j=i==i=i=i=i=i=iK=a=j Bargains in Pianos Sume of these are slifflitly used, but good as new.- Guaranteed. ; 1 Chickering & Sons (rand H Former Price S700, now 84fiO 1 Mehlin Style R, Gak fl Former Trice 8400, now 8330 i 1 Mehlin, Style II, Oak I Former Trice $475, now $355 1 Mehlin, Style H, Ebony j Former Trice $450, now S330 1 Mehlin. Style .], Ebony ! Former Trice $460, now $335 Hl 1 Colby. Walnüt "Former Trice 1825, now S210 A1 1 Milton, new, - - now $148 ü 1 Erie, Walnut Former Trice $300, now 165 y 1 Boordman & Gray, Walnut Hl Forriier Trice $425, now S300 fl. 1 Braumuller, Ebony Former Trice $300, now 8195 i) 1 Florence, Ilahogany Í Former Trice $200, now 8140 'Á 1 Gibson, Walnut J Former Trice 8300, now $155 Uj 1 Guild. Mahogany 11 Former Price S35O, now 8190 [f 1 Rayen & 1 lacón Square - $35 p ! These are positively bargains, ü ] anditwillpay youto examine them I at once. lAnnArbor MusicCo. ! 21-23 E. WASHINGTON. j fieWaïr In order to make room for our new stock of CROCKERY We are closing out some of the liues we have carried over, below cost. Gome in and take your choice at your own price. You can get bargains in sets or single pieces. lf you need anything in this liue, you can't afford to miss this opportunity. We have our usual complete line oí novelties at Popular Prices. Adams & Ball. Don't forget that we sell a complete Window Shade from 10c up. TOLEDO p M Ann arboH rvll t Dll " J l( - i) fWRTH MICHIGAN) C iJ? RAILWAY. '-' uJ f i:o.v„-, ctfc vX jTlAY CITY lj WWkuSKEOON StTM'-'- TIME CAÏ.D. In effect Jan. 31, 1897. Trains leave Aun Arbor by Central Standard Time. " NOl'.TII. ■ SOUTH. 7:30 a. m. .7:30 a. ni. 11 :25 a. ni. 11:35 a. m. 4:30]i. ín. 8:35 p. m. t D-.15 a. ni. t 8:11 a. la. Euns between Ann Arbor and Toledo only. tliuns between Toledo and Howell. 'J'hcsc tr;iins on Sunday only. All other trams daily except Snnday. W. II. Bennett, E. S. Gilmork. G. P. A. Ar't. tfr'EAITU EP 53UA16IC Manyhave.beïlLALin rÜn OSIfiUlO. come wealthv hrougn patents. Why not yon? tíimpie, useful articles pa v largely. Writc for boon and hst of inventions wanted ; sent free. ARCHEK, AI ION & AKCIIliB, 871 Broadway, N. X. Estáte of John Shannlitin. QTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, O ss. At a session of the probate court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate of nee, in the city of Aon Arbor, on Monday, the 2fith day of April, in the year one ttiousand eight hundred and ninety-seven Present, H, Wirt Newkirk, Judge of Pro bate. In the matter of the estáte of John Shanahan, deceased. On readiiiK mul flling the petition, duly veri fled. of Julia Slinnahan praying taat acertain inFtrument now on file in this court, purporting to lie the last will and testament of said deceased, may be admirted to probate and that administratioi. of said estáte may be rranted to herself and Thomas P. Kearney the executors in said will named or to gome other suitable person. Tiiereuvon ït is ordered, that Saturday, the 22rd day of May next. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the devisees, legatees, and heirs at law of said deceased and all other pen:ons intersted in said estate, are required to appear at a session of said court, then to be holden at the probate ofnce, ín the city of Ann Arbor, in said county; and show cause, if any there be, why the prayerof the petitioner shoüld not be granted. And it is further ordered that said pe'icioner give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing a coxy of this order to be published in Ï7ie Amm Ajrbnr Dèmoerat, a newspapcr printed and ciroulated in said county three successive weeks previous to said day of hearine. 40 4! H. WIKT NEWKIIIK. A true copy Judce of Probate. P. J. Leh s, Probate P.egister. BUSINESS DIRECTORY CL. McGUIRE, Lawyek and Notart Pub lic. Front Offices over Fannefa & Me :hanlcs Bank, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1) UcKERNAN, Attorney-at-Law. CollectioHS pronptly attendeil to. Money to oan Houses and Lots for Sale. Office in 3ourt House DEAN M. TYLER. M. D., Physician and Surgeon Office and resldence over postofflce , first floor. MARY C. WHITING, Counselor-at Law. Address poatofflce box 1796, Ann Arbor, Michigan. JOHN F. LAWRENCE. Attorney at-Law. Office, Corner Fourth and Ana streets, Ann Arbor, M chigan. OM. MARTIN. Funeral Director and Under laker. Cloth. Metalic and Common CofSns. Storeroom No. 19 East Washington Street Pe?idence Corner Liberty and Fifth Telephone 91. WW. NICHO1.S, Dentist. Rooms over . Ann Arb'r Savings Hank, opposite Court House square. VITALIZED AIR administered. It is agreeable and easy to take and no prostrating effeets follow, wbile teetb are extracted without pain. faithful men or women to travel for responsible established house Michigan. Salary ST80 and expenses. Position permanent. Keference. Enclqse self-addreafiftd se mped envelope. The National, Star Insurance W.dg,, Chicago. JOKN BAUMCARTNER Suceessor to Anton Eisele. - DEALER I - American and Imoorted Granite - AND - 3HARBLK of all KINDS, Building Stone, Stone Walks, etc. Satisfaetion guaranteed; Handle irom the smallest to the largest work in all its Branches. Shop- Cor. of Detroit and Catherine sts. - - - Ann Arbor, Mich. Blue Streak What is it ? AYhy it's the most effective insect Destróyer produced to-day, the resiilt of prolonged seientific and . practical observation by prominent agriculturists. Hellebor Kerosene Emulsión Paris Green London Purple Blue Vitriol ïrue Dalrnatian Insect Powder for spraying mixtures, at LOW PRICES. Blue Streak gives satisfaction whereever used. Lenox Hand Atomizers and Sprayers. Blue Streak the most económica! and eft'ective Insect killer on themarket. Eberbach & Son Montage Sale. DEFATJIjT havlng boon made in tlie conditionsoi a. niort gage executed by John K. Perry and Eli.a E. Verry, bis wife to Anna R. Worden, bearing date February Ttli, A. I). 1885, and reeot'ded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Wasbtenaw countv, Michigan, on February I4tb, A. IJ. 1886, in Libero? of mortgages, on pase 29. whlob said mortgage was asslgued by said Anna K. Worden to 121um S. YVorden by deeü of assignment, dated November 21t. A. D. 1888, and recorded In said Regisier's office November Sist. A. D. 1885, in Liber 8 of Assignments of Mortgages, on page 579, by u Inch default the power of sale_ contained in said mortgage became operatlve, and no snit or proceeding in law or enuity having been instituted torecover tbe debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof, and tbe sura of two tnousand, throe hundred and twelve and 66-100 dollars (S2.312.6S) being now claiined to be due upon said mortgage. notice in therefore hereby given that said mortgage wlll be foreclosed by a sale of tlie moitgaged preinises tberein described, or sonie part thereof, to-wit: All of the following described land, situated in the townshlp of Saleni, in NVaslitenaw connty and State of Michigan, viz: Being the north-east part (n. e. pt.) of the west half (w. Yz) of the north-west quarter (n. w. H) of section No. nine (9), in township No. one (1) south, in ï'ange No. seven (7) east, In said couaty, ït being boundod on the north by a highway, on the east by land of George S. Vanetta, on 1 he south by a highway known as tbe Trail Road. and on the west by the highway running from the Trail Road to the base line. excepi ing one acre of land owned by Mrs. Hubbard. This description contains aoout forty-tliree acres of land. Also the following described land: The westhalf ,w. ü) of the east half (e. 'A) of the south-west quarter (s. w. Yi) of section No. four (4) in said township and range, excepting five acres in the nortli-west corner thereof, and containing thirty-üve acres of land, at public vendue, on Saturday, the twenty-second day of May, A. D. 1897, at ten o'clock in the foreuqon, at the east front door of tbe Court House in the city of Anu Arbor, in said county of Washtenaw, that being the Dlace of holding the Circuit Court in said county. Dated February 2'ótb, A. I). 1R97. ELÜM S. WORDEN, Assignee of Mortgagee. NOAH W. OHEEVER. Attoruey. 31-43 Estáte of Elizabeth W.illington. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, O 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 Tuesday the 20tn day of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven. Present, H. Wirt Newkirk, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Ehzibeth Wallinetop, deceased. Oi readiug :ind flling the petition. duly verifled, of Frederiek Waliiugton. pray ing that the administration of said estáte may be graiited to hiinyelf or some other suitable person Thereupon, ït is ordered, that Saturday, thu 15tb day of May next, at teuo'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition and that theheirsat law, of said deeeased, 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, wliy the prayer of the petitioner should not be srranted: 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 bfpublished in T)ie Ann Arbiir pemncrat, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. thre successive weeks previous to said day of hearing II. WIET NEWKIRK, A true copy. Judge of Probate P. J. Lehman Probate Register. 39-42


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