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The January Art Amateur and Estate of Lambert Dresselhouse

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The January Art Amateur. The Art Amateur for Januarv contains two attractiye colored studies, one of "Daffodils" in ons, and theother a portrait of a charming young wonaan, cleverly executed in water colors. The designs in black and white include a very striking doublé page of birds (magpies and fly catchers), a lamp vase decoration (jack-in-the-pulpit), deeoratioas for a píate (orchids), a üsh-plate and a Roy al Worcester vase, a design tor an embroidered chair-back and one for a pede-eloth, a page of (iothic bands for wood-carving, and two carved mirror frames. The frontispiece is an ïnteresting study of ' Winter in the Woods." The special ly practical articles are those on flower painting, tapestry painting and water color painting, and a very useful "Letter to a yopng lady who asks ïf she can learn China Painting." The depaitment of amateur photography is of extraordinary interest. The excellent series on "Home Decoration and Furniture" is resumed, and there are numerous other articles and illustrations relating to similar topics, including ueedlework both churcli and secular. Important current events specially noticed are the opening of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Acudemy and Architeetural League Exhibitions. Price 35 cents. Montague iMarks, publisher, 23 Uuion Square, New York. Estáte of Lambert Dresselhouse. STATE OF MICHIGAN, CÜUNTY ui Wastttnnaw, ss. AC a bessiun of the Probate Court for the County of Washtennw, holden al the Probate Office ín the city ol Ann Arbor, on Thurailiiy, the third day ot January in the year one Ihousand eight hundrect mul cigüty-nlne. Present, J.WilInrd liabbitt ,1 ude of Probate. In tbe matter of tho estute uf LaMibert Dressel house deoertsed. Un reudiog nd flliüg the petltion, duly veri-lied, of John Dresselhouse, Adniinistrator, prayIng tbalhe may be licenned t.o sell the Kehl Estate wherdoi uaid deceaed died seizcd. Thereupon it ia urdcred that Mouday the 28lh day of ..January, iuataut. at U'n o'olock in the fon-noon bc assigned for the hearing of saidpttition Aud that the hcirs at law otsaid deceaaedand 11 other person iDtereated in aaid catate are required to appar t a session of said nut, f hen to b holden at the Probate Office m the city of Aüu Arbor, and ahow cause, if any there b(, why tb ppayer of the petitionerahould notbe granted. And it is further ordered that said petiüoner give iwtict' to the persons intereated in said estáte of the pendeDey of said putition and the hearing thereof oy caueing a copy of this order to be publiahed In theANHAEBOK ARdOsa newspaper piinted and ciroulated in said oounty ttaree succeasive werki preriousto said day of hearing. J. WILLABD BABBITT, (A true copy.) Judge of f róbate. Wm. (;. Doty, Probate lisguter. '