Jlortjiuge Sale Default having been made in the Conditions of a certain Mortgage made by Louisa S. J. Johnson to the Ann Arbor Savings Bank dated the 5th day of Match 1891 and reeorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Washtenaw County, Michigan, on the 6th day of Maren, 1891, in Liber 76 of mortgages on page 220 on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of seven hundred and six dollars and eighty cents ($706.80) and an attorney fee of twenty-tive dollars provided for in said mortgages and no suit at law or proceedings in equity having been instituted to recover the money secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Now therefore by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided. notice is hereby ven that on Friday the first day of November 1895 at ten o'cjock in the forenoon the said Bank will sell to the highest bidder at public auction at the east front door of the Court House in the city of Ann Arbor (that being the place where the circuit court for said county is holden) the premises descibed in said mortgage or so much as may be necessary to pay the amout due on said mortgage and the expense of this foreclosure. The p remises to be sold being described as a part of lots 100 and 101 of R. S. Smith's third addition to said city of Ann Arbor fronting 66 feet on Obervatory-st. and extending west on the north end of said lots 110 feet. The premises herein decribed being bounded east by Observatory-st. north by Volland-st. west by a line parellel to Observatory.st. and 110 feet therefrom and south by a line parallel to Volland-st. and 66 feet therefrom. Dated August 8th 1895. The Ann Arbor Savings Bank, Mortgagee. Thompson and Harbiman, 88 Attys. for Mortgagee. .Tlortgage Sale. Default having been made in the coaditions of a certain mortgage made by Albert F. Vanatta and Maria A. Van atta, his wife, to Albert L. Walker, and dated the 30th day of December 1869 and reeorded in the office of the Kegïster of Deods of Washtenaw County Mich. on the 30th of December liiü. Liber 4-3 of Mortgages on page 114. whioh mortgaga was assigned by said Albert L. Walker to Alexis Packard on the 13th day of April 1871 and rea in Liber 3 of assignments of mortgages page 90, and assigned by [srsel 1). Packard adipinisti-ator of the estáte of Alexis Paekard to Prudence Packard by dood f aealgnment, dated April 26, 1879 and recorded in Liber 6 of assignments on pajre 241. and afterwarda assigned by Isra-1 D. Packard, administrator of the, estáte of Prudence Packard to Chloe E. Waters by deed of assignment, dated the löth aayof August L889, and recorded in Liber 10, aa ments-ol mortgages page 287, on which mortfage there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, tne sum of Beven hundred anti ninety-two dollai-s and fourteen 92.14) and the costs of this foreclosure and nosuitor 'dings in law or equity having been instituted to recover the raoneyB aecured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Now therefore by vil tue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the Btatute in sueh caso made and provided, notice is hereby given, that on Saturday, the 26th day of October, at 11 o'clock in the forcnoon of that day, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises at the east front door of the C'ourt House in the city of Ann Arbor (that being theplaee for holding the Circuit Court of the said County.) The premises desirribed in said mortgage to be sold are described as follows: Thirty-two acres of land from the weat side of that part of the east half of tb e south-east quarter of section nine (VI), which lies north and east of the trail road (so-called) and eight and one-half acres eommeoeing at the south-west corner of the south-east quarter of said section nine (9) running thence north forty two and one-half rods, thence east thirty-two rods, thence south forty-twe and one-half rods and thence west to the place of betrinning all in the township of Salem, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Dated, August lst, 1895. Chloe E. Waters, Assignee. Thompson & Harkiman. Attorneys for Assignee. 87 Mortsagc Salí-. Default having been mado in the eonditions of a certain mortgage mude by Hlizabeth Brokaw to the Ann Arbor Savinga Bank dated the 12th day of April 1893, and recorded in the office of the Register of Dueds for Washtenaw County, Michigan, in Liber 79 of Morto-ages, on page 024 on the 12th day of April 1893, on whtcta mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice tbe sura of two thousand, three hundred an d sixty-one dollars, and twenty cents [2,361.20). (The said Ann Arbor Savings Bank electing to ncnsider the whole amountof the clebtsecured by said mortgage as now duo as provided for in said mortgage on account of the non-payment of the interest and installments of priuoipal) and no prooeedinga in law op equity having been nst.itiitnd to recover the raone.y socured bv said mortgage or any part thereof. ' Xow tbefefore by viruu; of i of sale eontained in said mortgage and the statue in such case made and provided notice Is hereby givcn that on Saturday the Uth day January at 11 o'clocll a. ra. at theeast front door of ourt House in the City of Ann Arbor, Michigan, [that being the place for holding the circuit Court Eor said ity of Washtenaw) there will be gold the premiaes deecribed in said mortgage or so tnuch thereof as may be neceesary to pay the aiuount due on saiil mortgage with interest from the a;U of this notice together with the costa of this foreclosureincluding au attorney fee of thirty dollars provided for in' said mortgage. The premisee described in said mortgage to be gold asaforesaid are the following to-wit: The west half of the south-west quarter of section twenty-four in the ïownshipof Northfield, Washtenaw t 'o. Michigan. Dat.ed, October 3rd, I The ann Arbor Savinhs Hank, Mortgagee. Thompson & Harriman, Attorneys for MortgageG $"! Dr Miles' Nerve Flastera'for Rhoumatim. Pain na no show with Dr. Milos1 Pain Pilis. Mortgaae Kale. Whereas, üefault has been made in the payment af the moiiey secured by s mortgage dated 12th day of -iay in the year 1885 executed by Warren Babuoek, Mar.y A. Babcock, Frank Babcoek and EHie Babcoek, his wife, of Milan, VV'ashtenaw County, Michigan, to Margaret Kearney, of the ( ity of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County and Suite of Michigan which said mortïage was retprded in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Washtenaw in Liber 64 of mortgages on page 479 on the 13th day of May A. D. 1895 at 11:05 o'clocka. m, of said day. And whereas, the amount claimed to De due on said mortgage is the sum of two thousand one hundred and six and iwenty-seven hundredths dollars (Í2,106.27) of principal and interest and the furthor sum of twenty-five dollars as an atlorney fee stipulated for in said mortgage, and which is the whole amount elaimed to be due and unpaid on said mortgage and no Buit or proceeding having been instituted at law or in equi ty to recover the debtnovv remaining secured by said mortgage or any part there of,whereby the power of sale contained in said mortgage has become operativo. Ñow thorefore, notice is bereby given,that by virtae of the said power of sale, and in pursuance of the siatute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will e b foreclosed by a sale of said premises therein described at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the west front door of the Court House in the City of Ann Arbor, in said County of Washtenaw, (that being the place of holding the Circuit Court for said County) on the 23 day of November A.D. 1895 at lOo'clock in the forenoon of that day; which said premises are described in said mortgage as follows, towit: All that certain piece or pareel of land situ-ite and being in the township of York, in County of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan. Commencingat the south-west corner of 'lot one (1) of Edwards plat in the Village of Milan and running south sixty-one and one-half degrees east along the south line of said lot and on the north line of Front street sixty-six feet, thenee north twenty-nine and one-half degrees east parallel with west line of said lot onehundred feet, thence south sixty and one half degrees east parallel with south line until it comes within forty-four feet of the east line, thence north-easterly to the north-east corner; thence north -westerly along the north line to the north-west corner: theoce south twenty-nine and one-half degrots west along the west li ne of said lot and on the east line of Tolan street to the piad' of beginning. I i;i!rd this 8th day of the August A. D. 1895. Margaret Kearney, 89 Mortgagee. Default having been made in the conditions of pavmeut of a certain mortgage on the I3tb day of -May A. D iy John Pfisterer and Mary bis wÜe, to The Farmers and Machanica üiuik; wherehy the power of sale tin rein contained lias become operativo which mortgage was reoordèd in the office of thi er oi Deeds in the County of Washtenaw on the I3th day of May aforesaid, in Liber 76 of Mortga: page 273 and on which said mort2 age thereis clairaed to be duo at the date of this notice the siim of thirteen hundi-ed and seventy-five dollars and no proceediuga at luw in equity liaving been instituted to collect the said sum of money or any part thereof. Nou fort Notice is hereby given that on the 2d day of November 1895, at eleven o'cloek, a. m. at the south tront door of the Court House, in the City of Ann Arbor, State of Michigan, the said mortgage will be foreclosed and the landstand tenante in the said mortgage mentioned and described will be sold at public auction or vendue to the highestj bidder to satisfy the principal and interest of the said mortgage and the costs of and expenses of these pro ceedings including an attorney's fee of thirty dollars providedfor therein. The lands tenements and premises in the saiil mortgage eonveyed and then to be sold are described as foüows: All that certain piece or parcelof land sitúate in the City of Ann Arbor, in the County of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan, to-wit: Commeneing at the north-east corner of land owned by Eugene Osterlin on the south side of Huron street betweenAllen Creek and Jewetts addition, thence south along Ostei-lin's land, eight rods to Mrs. Eiseles land. thence east along Eiseles land four rods, thenee north eight rods to Hurón street, thenco west four rods to place of beginning, all on section twenty-nine town tvvo soutli, range six east. Dated. Ann Arbor, August 6th, 1895. Farmers & Mechanics Bank, Mortgagee. E. 1!. NORRIS, Attorney for Mortgagee. 88 The Incomparable ( linas1" A Alton In these United States of America at Least, and it is hlghly probable that throughouttheentire world, the official record for the safety and welfare of its passengere made and maintained by the Chicago & Alton Railroad cannot be surpassed if indeed it can be equalled. Over its completely rock-ballasted, dustless roadway between Chicago and Kansas City, Chicago and St. Louis and ...mis and Kansas City, eighteen ïïiagniticently appointed exprese trains ui' run on uniformly (ast time every day. But in spite of this heavy passenger traftic the official records show that Erom December 4, 1879 to December 4, 1890, eleven years, there was no passend-r, who was in place as a passend-u', killed on Chicago & Alton trains. Moreover there va9 not a passenger seriously injured, to the extent of losing i Uní!), an eye or a member ofany kind duricg that time. Dn ring the entire period of the World's "'olumbian Exposition in Chicago, whtn it was not an uncommon thing to find the usual passenger traffic of the road iacreased two, three and four-fold, and special excursión traína very many, there was not an accident of any kind- a most remarkable record. Besides being America's most popular railroad, the Chicago & Alton is the Pioneer Dining Car Line. the Pioneer Pulían Sleeping Car Line and the Pioneer Palace RecliningChair Car Line. Be sure that your ticket reads over the Chicago & Alton Railroad, when its matchless and direct lines can form the whole, or even a part of your journey. James Charlton, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. 02 Chicago, 111.
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