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LEGAL NOTICES. Probate Order. STaTE OF MICHIGAN, CODNTYOF WaSIIIKSAW. )' SS' At a session pt the Probate Court for the ( ountynf Washtenaw, bolden at the Probate ornee ni the City of Ann Arbor, on Tuesday the ;tli day of September, in the year onè thousand elghi bnndred and nlnety-seven Present, ff Win Newklrk,Judge of Probate In the muiter of the estáte of Barbara Maria Allmendlnger, deceaaed. Onyreading and Hllng the potition, duly vertfled, of George Seabo't praying that the adniniHtration of said estáte may be granted to Ilenry .Ulmendinger orsome other suitable person. rhtjreuponil is ordered, that Monday, thu 4thdav of üctober next, at ten o'clocn in the rorenoon, bs asslgned for the hear ng of s;iid pi-til Ion. and that tl, e heirs at law of gala deceased, and ill other uerscms [nterested in said estáte, are ruauircd (o appear al a sesBlQn of said Oourt, then to ) ■ h iliii.n at the Probate office In the City of Ann Arbor, and sho can-e, f any there be, -.viiy the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. An'i it, is further ordered, that said petitloner gire notice to the Dersons Interested In said estáte, of the pendf said pel ilion, and the hearing ihi-reof, bycausing a copy-ot this order to pnhlished In the Ann arbor Ubcistik, a newspaper prlnted and clrculated in said county, siii-cessivo weoks prevkius to said day ui1 heurtog. LATIft'ECOPY.] .II. WntT Xf.WKIHK, P. J. Judge of Probate Probate Register. (88) Sale of Sen-cr Hond. r.A-i .: DI8IBICX HO, 9. edbidsfor twelve thoassnd flvehnndred eiofhty-flve and 25-100 dollars of bonds of the City of Ann Arbor, Midi., will berecelved by Glen V. Mills, City ülerk of sa d clvr.onor before Monciay. October 18, A. 1) 1897, ;,t :■ p. m. (local time). These bonds ave to be sold to defray the expi-nse and to enable tho City of Ann Arbor to construct a lateral aewer in Lateral Bewei District Ni. ii, and are authorlaed by a specie I aci of the Legiglature of the State of MlchUan entttled "Aa act to authorize ano empower and enable the Citv of Ann Arbor to construct and maintain a system of sewers an i to ralsethe oecessary mouey therefor " approred by the Governor of the State of Michigan May 21. 18D3, by virtueof an ordtnance entltled "An Or)inance Belativu to Sewers, etc," duly passed by the Oommou Oouncil of said city May 21, 1884, and approvrd .May 23, 1884. The ah ve mentloned bonds wil 1 dra.w Interest froto September 0. 189T, atSaeroent per anuum payableatthe otlice of the rit y Treasurer of the City of Ann Arbor. The principal will mature in four bqual animal lDStallments aad are payableouor before tbeflrst day of Blaren ot each year. The bonds ate to be issutd q denoniinati.jii { -,, n each ezcept tbe neoessary fractlonal part of SöOu due each year. The bonds will not be sold tor ltss tlian fat;t; value and accrued inttrest. The mht to reject any and all bids is reserved by the Olty of Ann Arbor. By order of the Common Council. i 90 liLE.N V. M!L,L,S, City Clerk. IVoUoe To Creditors. STATE OP MICHIGAN. I ( OÜNTT 01 WASIITESAff. f "' Not ice is hereby gtveSi that by an order of the Probate Court for the Connty of Washle naw, madeon the ITth day ot September, A. D. 1897. sis tnontha from ihat datewereallowedfor credltors to present thelr claims aaainst the estáte of John M. Wagner, late of said County, deceased, and that all creditors of said deceased are reqnlred lo present thelr claims to said Probate C'ourt, at the Probate üfflee in the alty o Ann Arbor, for oxamlnatloii and allowance, on or hef ore the i;th day of M tel. next. and that such claims wlll beheard before said Court, on the lïth diiy of December and on the 17th day of Mareh. 1898 next, at ten o'clock in the forenooc of each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, September lïth, A. IX 1S-H7. II. WIKT NF.WKIRK, BO Judge of Probate. l ili ulion ot I') Ihiau Home, Siprliiü;licld. Oliio. Or.e fare for the round trip via Ohio Central Lines from all points in Ohio. Tickets on sale October 13th and Uth good returnitig until October löth. 89 Probate. Order, STATE OF MICHIGAN, ) ' 1.1CTÏ OF WASHTEXAW. ) SS' At a session of the Probate Court f or the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the City of Ann Arbor, on tatnrday, t&e day of September in the yearene thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven. Present, H. Wlrt Newkirk, Judze of Probate. 1 n t lic Matter of the Estáte of Caroline D Poster, deceased. 0P„raditn; anJ flllnK 'tlie PCtitloD, duly verifled. of Edwin S. Sliorril prayine that a oertaiu instrument now on file in this Court purportlng to be the last will and testament of ald deceased, mav tcudmitted to Probate, and that adirlnistration nf sald estáte may Ik.. granted to Ellsha H. Flhin and Edwin S. Sherrll the executors in said will named, or to some other suliable person Thereupon it is ordcred, that sjaturday. i be BI h lay of Oetober uext. at ten o'clock In the foreuoon, be asalgned for the hearing of sald petltlon, and that the devlsues. leñatees and heira at law of said deceased, and all ther peruODS interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Court in the City of Ann Arbor, and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petltioner should not be grinted. And ït is further ordered, that satd petttioner glvo notleetothe peraooa interested in saldestate, of the pondeuey of said petition, and the hearing theréof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in The Ann Arbor Keglster. a newgpaper printed and circulated in said couoty, three suciessive weeks previous to said day of hearing. H. WIRT NEWKIRK, [A true copy.l Judge of Probate. J. LKiiMAN, Prohate Register. (ggj -Ity Ordlnance. An ordinance to amend an ordlr.ance entltled "An Ordinance Relativo tu the Public Health," paased by the Commou Council November fourth, lfsüö, aud&pproved November tiftli, lö:)5. The Common Oouncll of the City of Ann Arbor. ordain: Seci loo I.- Thatan ordinance entitled "An Ordinance ReTative to tl; Vublic Health," pássed november fourth, 1.895 and approved ber tifth, 1895, be and thesame is hereby amended by íddlnjr a iievv section thereto to stand as seetion "ten a." Beci Ion i a.- That it hall be unlawful for any person to exposé, set out. or scatter any polson, potsonoua mixturea or compounds witliin tlm limitsof the City of Ann Arbor. llns ordinance shall take effect and be tn force on and af ter ten days froin legal publication, Ptused in Common Couucil this 2ÜDh day of September, 18MT. (U-EN V. MILLS, CityClerk. Approved this UTtl. day of September, 188T. 89 ' II AS. E. HISCOCK, Mayor. Nolire To rt'tlitors. QTATE 01' MICHIGAN. I O COUaiïrtf WASHIBNAW. iSSNotice is hereby ftiven, that by an order of the Probme court for the County of Washtenaw, made on the 2ijth day of September' A. I). 197. t-ix months from that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims ;t.-;ii r. t the i-state of Isaac N. S. Foster, late of said county, deceased, and that all creditors of sald deceased are reijuired to present thetr claims to said Probate Court, at the Probate Office in the City of Ann Ar-' bor, for examination and allowance, on or before the 23tn day of March, next, and that such claims will be heard before said Court, on the 28tn diiy of December and ou. the 88th day of Man-h. 1898 next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of-each of said daya. Dated.Aun Arbor, September 28 A, D. 180T. H. WIKT NEWKIRK, 01 Judge of Probate. 12tk National Encampmenc Union Veterans legloii at oiumbu, O., Scptciuber 22 and 43 The low rate of ono cent per mile via Ohio Central Lines from all stations, tickets on sale September 21 and 22, good returning until September 27, with privilege of an extensión of limit for 15 days by depositing ticket with Depot Ticket Agent of Ohio Uentral Lines after arrival in Columbus. (87) 'iUrtnYRll ÜF1 flPrl of somo Implo iWUIIiliUU HU IUCQ thtab-topalehtf .'rotft voiir Mens; thpv may brlng you wealth, rito .TOHN Wi;UDEItliL'HN & CO., Patent Attoreys, V(ïRhfn(rtl. I). c., f-r their JH,8il prize offer ( lUi oí lv.o liuutired iuvenuuu waaiea.


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