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W.F.LODHOLZ IS OFFERING BARGAINS IN 5EICE&1 d 'tmilWt. nüMüSS SODtS A SPECIALTY. New Teas at 25, 30, 40 and 60c. per pound. Kettlee, porcelain lined, free with 1 pound Baking Powder at 50 ceats. China ware free with 1 pound Coffee at 25 cents per lb. The best good at the lowest prices. Always full weight and measure. All goods fresh and warranted. Deltvered to any part of the ctty. You will Bave money by trading with W. F. LODHOLZ, 4 and 6 Broadway. G. H. WILD, MERCHANT TAILOR is showing the largesl stock of FAZiZi COODS. Ee has the finest Titili'SKUl.xis In Ann Arbor. Examine G. H. Wild's stock of English Dress 8uitingsii All the latest Novelties can be seen at Xi. 3 Washington si., Near Main. SFthe mehlin pianoI gjDo notlet prejudice prevent an Examination.; j) V ALLMENDINGER PÍANO & ORGA.K CO., ; f ft General Agent. jj .,.♦ iinimtjj[ - The Mehlin Piano - Manufacturad by a Company whose , Capital iB $500,000.00. + ALLMENDINGER PIANO & ORGAN CO. General Agent. ♦ ÍTEB MEHLIN PIAnD] i) Guaranteed Six Years 0 O ALLMENDINGER PIANO & ORGAN CO., { K General Agenta. V ????? ??? ????? - -THE MEHLIN - See 11 Try It! Buy It! " ALLMENDINÜER PIANO & ORGAN CO., " General Agenta. I i I i i i I i i NEW ADVEETISEMENTST A (ITP'KTrPC mak2 '100 PER CENT net on A UJ-liN IWuy Corsets, Helts, Brushes, Curl■■ ers, and Medicine. Samples l'ree. Write now. Dr. Bridgman, 371 Broadway, Xew York. DF A F8- '"'-"" "Vis Bfci#ÍCIJSHIOIIS. Whlspcrs KrUble. Succpttfbl whorí-!! UrmfdlMfki!. Sold hj F. UISCOX Mlj, Ul Ur'dnaj, llwftrt, Hrlt. f.r IHlk I rusi fKUa ACHANCETOMAKEMONEY. Nalnry nuil K vprusiH pnlil, or Commission if preferred. Salesmen wanted evcrjrsrhere No experience needed. Address, stating age, The C. L.'VanDusen Nursery Co., Geneva, N. Y jiikDr7Grosvenor's P Bell-cap-sic I etmm quirk rK4 D LAST E R I Kheumfttism, neural(tía. pleurisyand lumbíigoH Tftdt pncp. Germine for saín ly al I Drugnists. J ' BOiLlNü WATER OR NIILK EPPS'S GRATËFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY. ThcGríatHealthDRIKK. Packase makes 5 (rallona. DeliciouB, parkling, and appetiziDE Sold by all dealere. A beautiful Picture Book anT card ent rRKK tp any one nending addros to the O. E. HIBES CO., Philadelpliia. P. HAIR BALSANI IHtjsH CleBHsot and beautifiei the hair. ElüpTH 1'roiiiiittB a laxuriant growth. HSW.IM Mever Fails to Restore Gray IfflSflPKpiiaBl Haír to ítB Youthful Color. KvmEtf HBaM Cures sealp (lineases St hair íalliiig. flH;5rÉÉ 'Q7 .'■"■ . u.i 1 $ I "at UruggiMa l!se Parker'8 Gineer Tonic. It cures the worst Ooogh, Wi-ak Lunffi, Debitity, Indigestión, l'ain.Take in time. 5U ets. HINDERCORNS. The only sure curt fbr Coma. 5topSVf5i" lScrJt IJ? Jgi?irt . or HI'SCOX & CO-, N. Y. SAW MILLS ENGINES, Iiiilrovol Variable Frictlou Feed. Öend for catalogue and special prïces. A. B. MIUtriIAIt A (O, York, Pa. ■ m % m ■■mtfciiu TjeeomedatoarNEWlineofwork, ■ ■ Iftl I V lai'Ully and honorably, ty tl..-, of lll I Hl k W ciilitr wx, youiic or old, and in tfatir I 11 I I ownlocitlitiri,vhereverthyKr.Anj lllVllk I oncean do the worki Eaay o Ham. We furnlsh evrytbiog. We tart you. No ríalr. Yon cao (.lerot jroax iare momeo ti, r all your t'irae to the work. Tbli i an entirtly new lead,and bfinpi wonderful auccess to PTery wciker. Berinnen are arniag bom (26 to 850 per week cd npwardi, and ntore after a littlo xprie&ce. We eau furnUb you fbe tmployrnent and teach you FRKK. No ipueto expíalo ban. Full tnformattOB FBKK. TRlL A CO. AlfiWU, aUUS DR. FRUTH Of New York the ell known and successíul Specialist in Chronc Diseases and Diseasee of the Eye and Ear. by iwquest of many friends and patients, has decided to vifit ANN ARBOR, Thnrsday, May 7, 1891. ComuXation and Examination frke and strictly eonfidential, in his PARLORS AT THE COOK HOCSE You should not fail to meet him on the occaslo of hls viait here. DR. FRUTH, OF THE Provident Medical Dispensary, yiEVi YORK CITY, Ably assleted by a full corps of competent physioians and Burgcons, treats with. unparaüciec Euceess all Chronic Diseases and DUeascs o the Vand Ear of every nature upon the latest scic::t ilic princip.. 'He particularly invites n!l wboM cases havo been neglected, badly treated or pronounced incurable. Fatients who are doing wd! under thecaroof their own physiciacs nee! noi cali on us, as our province isto treatthose ',.. cannot find relief othcrwlse. Believing that se: encela truth ana "tmth iamighty and wil! pre vail," when known, and kuowing tat diaeaBi can be cured with positive certainly, he;,-: he adlicted to cali and receive advice íree o:;á Ik cured of their diseases. There is uo subject that requires so mnrt Btudy and experienceas the treatment and cu: of chronic diseases. Theastomsbingtucuess eu remarkable cures performed by him is due to :". thorougli knowledge of ihe structure and fuac tions of the human sysi 3m, and the qure 01 dil ease by natural remedieí. Let those given up bj otheracall for examination. Hehassuecessiuüj treated the following diseases sincehisarrival ir thi8 State: Eye. and Ear diseases, Chronic Diar rtioea, Chronic Infiammation of the Womb, ChronU Inflammation of ihe Bladder, Painful nr Irregvla. Menstrnation, Ferer Sores and IMers, hmntmena 5 f Urine, Tape Worms, Crooked Limbsand Enlargsc oinls, Spinal CurKitures, Club Fooi, Hip Join, Disease, White Sweüing, Discharginq Abtccsses, Sterüüy or Barrenniss, Kcrvoufnetg and Gmeral Pebility, Impotency, JMsease of the Eidneys and Kouder, Leucorrhea or White, Blctches, Pimples, Skin Eis eases, Dispepsia, Consiipation, th opsy, Cáncer, Epiiepiie Fits, Èrwipelas, Gravel, Goitre, Qlect, Gotiorrhoea,IIydroeek,rearCjXaease,Headactie, Piles, HysUria,Syphilis,Si. yiiuDance,ChronicDysentery,Enlargéd Tonsüs, Fístula in Ano, Hernia ar Runture, Ovarían Tumors, Paralysis, Prolaptiu Uteri, Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, ScrofuCa, Comumption, Chronic Cough, Femóle Weakness, Spermatorrhea Bheumatismrfc All surgical operations performed Pree Examination of tlie l'rliie. Eiich person applying for treatment Ehould bring an ounce of their orine, which will recelveacare(ui chemical and microscópica! examination. Rc-markable Cares petfected In old cases which have bn neglectea or uüskillfally treated. No expe .menu or failures. Partics treated by mail r express, but where possible personal cousultatioa Curable coses Buö'Tuteed. Listof questíons Íree. Western Add ess, DR. VWLVTSi, Toledo. O. FOR THE BOYS! THIRTY-NINE DOLLARS! THE ANN ARBOR REGISTER Will give a First-class SAFETY-:-BICYCLE as shown in above cut, to anj boy who will send us Seventv-Five New Subscribers TO THE REGISTER. NOW IS THE TIME, BOYS, to gO to WOrk and earn one of these Beautiful Wheels before the season opens. The Wheels are of the very best niake and every boy should have one. We want one or more boys in every Tovmship in this County to win one of these Wheels. You can easily do so by speaking to your neighbors when you happen to meet them. In this way you can secure a fine Bicycle without spending more than a few hours' extra time. Rememhek that THE REGISTER IS $1.00 A YEAR! Send names, with the pay, as fast as you secure them, stating with each order that you wish the names to apply on your Bicycle account, and you will receive due credit. BEGIN Al ONCE Before somebody else starts in and gete all the best names. Address all letters and make all Money 1 Orders payable to THE ANN ARBOR REGISTER, I ANN ARBOR, MICH -A SPLENDIDRESIDENCE For Sale! We have for sale a eplendid BRICK RESIDENCE, in the beet part of the City, for SALE AT A BARGAIN. All in good repair. Suitabletermsof yment may behad Cali upon or addrese S. M., 50tf Register Office. ■ ■.■ ■ ■ SAMPLES SENT FREI ■flB'fll I f spring patterns with ■■ 1 borders and ceilings te ■ Mk ■ I match. One half mluiorj rH Hm BroUs offered at wholesale , ,.ÜT c . T "prtceB. White blanksic tu '. Gllts 80 to 35c. Klt' fHHB JussedüUtslOctoSüc. IV ■ V " % rrill sendyou the most M ■ U jopular colorín.', and M fl BB IB ruarantee to save you H non. y. AlFRED PEATS, ■ ■ ■■ ■■ ■ ■ IV all Paper Merchunt, W-V W. HadisoneU Chicáis LEQALS. Probat Orilrr. STATE OF MICHIGAN, 1 COUNTY OF WASHTENAW. J "■ " At a session of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Proliate Office in the City of Ann Arbor, on Thursday, the 16th day of April, iu the year one thoussnd eight hundred and ninety-one. Present, J. Willard Babbitt, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Kstate of Franklin C. Wheeler, deceased. Delila E. Knapp, the Administrator of iaid estáte, comes into Courl and lepresentslhat she i8 now prepared to render her final account as Buch Administrator. Therevnon it is Ordered, That Friday, the 8th day of May aext, at ten c-'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for examining and allowing 8uch account, and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in sald estáte, are required to appear at a session oí sald Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the City of Ann Aibor in said County, and show cause, ifany tbere be, why the said account should not be allo'wed : And it is further Ordered, that said Administrator give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing causlng a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arboi Registeb, a newspaper printtd and circulating in said county. thrte siucessive weeks previons to said day of hearing. J WILLARD BABBITT, Judge of Probate. [A true ropy] Wm.O Doty. Probate Reglhter. M_ Notice of Chaneery Sale. IN PURSUANCE and by vlriue of a decree of the Circuit Court for the County of Washtenaw, State of Michigan- in Chancery. Made and entered on the thirteenth day of (Jctober, A. D. 1890, in a certaln cause therein pending, wherein Euza N'obtii isComplaiuant. and Ahbrose W. Eveeeti and Sarah Ann EvsRErrare Defendants. Notice is Hereby Given , That I shall sell at public auction, or vendue. to the highest bidder, at the Fourth street entrance to the Court Housa, in the City of Ann Arbor.County of Washtenaw, Sttte of Michigau (ihat being the place of holding the Circuit Court of said County), on Tuesday, the second day ef June, A. 1). 1891, at W o clock in the forenoou of said day, all those certain pieces or pareéis of land sitúate in the township of Salem, in the County of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan, and described aa lollows. to-wit : The east half of the southeast quarter of section number eight, and thenorth twenty-nlne acres off the north end of the east half of the northeut quarter of section seventeen, containing In all onc hundred and nine acres of land, be the same more or less. Said land being in Township one south of Range seven east, County and State aforesaid. Dated April 14, 1891. PATRICK VcKERNAN, Circuit Court Commisstoner, Washtenaw County, Michigan. A. J. Sawyer. iSolicitor for Complainant. 51td Notice to Creditors. STATE OF MICHIGAN, ( COÜSTY OF WaBHTENAW, j Notice is taereby given, that by an order of the Probate Court tor theCounty of Washtenaw.made on the 12lh day of March, A. D. 1891, Bix montbi from that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims againsi the estáte of Bertha Goetz. late of said counly, deceased, and that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance, on or before the 12th day of September ne xt, aud that such claims will be heard before said Court, on Friday, the 12th day of June, and on Saturday, the 12th day of September next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days Dated, Ann Arbor. March 12, A. D. 1891. J. WILLARD BABBITT, Judge of Probate. Probate Ortler. STATE OF MICHIGAN, I COUNTY OF WASHTENAW. f At a session of the Probate Court for the Countj of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the City of Ann Arbor, on Friday, the Sd day oí April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety one. Present. J. Willard Babbltt, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of William H. Dell. deceased. This being the day assigned by the Court for hearing the petition, duly verified of Jacob Latbengayer, alleging that he has a valid claim agalnst said estáte, and praying that the original commission on claims against said estáte be revived or that the Judge of Probate fix a time and place for hearing of said claim before himself. Thereupon it is ordered, that Friday. the 18 day of May next, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, be assigned for the hearing and examinatioD of said claim before the Court, and that the derisees, legatees and heirs-at-law of said deceased, and all other persons intcretted in said estáte are required to appear at a seseion of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the City of Ann Arbor, and show cause, if anj there be, why the said claim should not be allowed. And it is further ordered, that id petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the examlnation of said claim l; causing a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Akbok Register, a newspaper printec and circulated in said County, three successiTi weeks previous to said day of hearing. J. WILLAK1) BABBITT, Judge of Probate [A true copy.] Wm. G. Doty, Probate Register. 53 . Mortgage Sale. WHEREA8, Owen R. L. Crozieb and Mabu P. A. Okozikb, hl wlfe, executed a mortgagf to Hodson A. Wood, which mortgage beare dali November 9th, A. D. 1888, and was recorded in tï office of the Register of Deeds for Washtena County, Michigan, on the lecond day of Februarj. A. D, 1889, in Liber 69 of Mortgages, on page 154 And, Whereas, default has been made for more than thirty days in the payment of an instalment of interest which became due thereon on the flrtf day of January, A. D. 1890, aa well as the suceeeding installment of interest, which became due thereon January lst, A. D. 1891. and by reasoa thereof and pursuant to the terms of said mort gage, the principal surn unpaid of said mortgage of eighteen hundred dollars, with allthearrearagt of interest thereon, at the option of the said mort gagee, became due and payableimmedi&tely thereafter, and the power of sale contained in sai mortgage became operative, and the said mortgfr gee does hereby declare it to be his option and do hereby elect to have the principal sum of salí mortgage, and all interest thereon, become no due and payable. And, Whereas, there is non claimed to be due and payable, as aforesaid, upon said mortgage and the nole secured thereby, at UK date of this notice, the sum of two thousand and eleven and 61-100 dollars (12:011.61), in additiont all costs of foreclosure, and no suit or proceedini in law or equity having been instituted to recove1 the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part théreof: Notice is therefore hereby given, tha' said mortgage will be foreclosed, by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, or some Íiart thereof, to wit : All of the following describe" and situated in the tqwnship of Ann Arbor, i Washtenaw County, Michigan, yiz.: being thirty five (35) acres ofl'from the east side of theeast bal of the southwest qTïarter of Section number twen tfseven (27), in Township number two (2) south, i" Range number six (6) east, lylng north of the Ge des road, running augling across the south end o said above described land ; at public vendue, o the lililí day of June. A. D, lS91,atteno'oloc in the forenoon, at the Hurón street entrence! the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor, in sai county of WasLtenaw, that being the place o holding the Circuit Court in said county. Dated March lst, A. I). 1891. HUDSON A. WOOD, Noah W. Cheïvik, Mortgagee. Att'j for Mortgigee. 46Ü


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