Deeorated Chamber Sets $2.50 at Adams' Bazar. "Gentlemen of leisure"- Walking deleg-a tes. a mi n .,,...,, i, A reüious custom - Collectimt pew VTlt.?. The Mich. Cent. Ry are now selling tickets to Cleveland and points in Ohio, áñTnPenn'viatlie Detroit and Cleveland boats. These boats leave Detroit dai ly, (except Sunday,) at 11 p. m. arriving at 5:30 the next morning. This is the shortest, eheapest and pleasantest route to all points in Ohio and Penn. Bear this in niind. 13. Z SPEND TOUB VACATION ON THE CilïEAT LAKES. Visit picturesque Mackinac Island. It will only cost you about $13 from Detroit or $18 from Cleveland for the round trip, including meala and berths. The attractionsof a trip to the Mackinac región are unaurpassed. The island itself is a grand, romantic spot; its climate ia most invigorating. Save your money by traveling between Detroit and Cleveland, via the D. & C. Line. Fare, $2.25. This división is equipped with two new steamers, "City of Detroit" and "City of Cleveland," now f amous as the largest and most magniflcent on fresh water. Leave every night, arriving the following morning at destination, making sure connection with all morning trains. Palace steamers, fouï trips per week between Detroit, Mackinac, Petoskey, the "Soo" and Marquette. Send for illustrated pamphlet. Address A. A. Schantz, G. P. A., Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co., Detroit, Mica. Mee to Bnilders and Contractors. NotJce is herebv glven to Builders and ('ontraetors tl. at sealed blds will be received by the State Board oí Education up to and including Wednesday, May '5. ior constructing two brick two-story annexes to the State Normal School, at Ypsilauti, sm'd annexes to be eonstruCtud during July and August of the present year. Flans and spc-ilications eau be found ttt the State Normal School. on and after Wednesday, April SU, and also at the office of the architect, Arthur li. Cram, s:j Grlswold st., Detroit. For fnrther information as to the marnier and forin of proposals, etc, apply to the Principal of the .State Normal School or address the undersierned, to whom all bids must be seut. l'KKKY F. POWERS, Chalrman of Building Committee, 12 Cadillac, Mich. l'.si-ATE op John AV. "Wiiitl.uík. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washteoaw.ss. At a.se9atonof thu Probate Court for the OonBty 6f Washténaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Aan Arbqr, on Saturday, the thirtieth day of April, in the year onethousand, elght hundred and nlñety-two. Present, J. WiHiurd Babbltt, Jndge of Probate. Iu the matter oí the estáte of John W. WhltIark, deceased. Edward Treádwill, the admlnlstrator de bonis non oí said estáte, cornos into court and represent that he la now prepared to ronder his Bnal account as suoh adminlstrator. Thereupon It is ordered that Frlday, the twenty-seventb day of May nezt, at ten o'clock in the torenoon. be nssiued forexamiuiug and allowing such account, and that the heirs-atlaw of sajd deceased, and all others persons lnterested In s:iid estáte, are required toappear at a Besaion of said conrt then to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor. in said county. and show cause, if any there bc, why tlie said account should not be allowed. And it is further ordered, that said Administrator give notice to the persons interested in sai J estáte, of the pendency of said account and the hearing thereof, by eausing a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbor Courier, a newspaper printedand circulating in said county, three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, j. WILLAED BABBITT, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate. W. O. DOTY, Probate Register.