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The followiug article wo take from
the "Cinciiniatus" a most cioellent Ag
ricultural and Horticultural monthly pub
lished at Cincinnati, by W. II. Onfcy, at
$2,00 per annum.
American o- Periodical Lctit.
The CYonteen-ycar locust, n it Is pep
ularly but erroneously termed, is an Amer
ican insect of most singular habits and de
rt motive character. Its appearance was iti
1715, and siuce that date "punctually at
-i..,..; v,rv ...vr.ni.rntl. v,.,.- I
n,ro?nlv ihr noarlv ono hundred and
fifty years, has this extraordinary insect
..v.. - " J
Wn known to make its visit. No causes
have effected it during that period, not
even so as relates to the month in which
it appears." Vide Ir. Kuschengerget,
u. s. x.
This remarkable insect appears in differ
out parts of the United States in separate
broods, which have each their appointed
year for assuming the winged state, and
propagating their species. An entire
brood hatches in a few days time, and
countless millions of these large black flies
not thc true locust suddenly appear
over acres occupying many thousand
square miles. Vr. Fitch, .State Entomolo
gist of New York, says that three of these
fcroods exist partly within the boundaries
of that State, and there appear to be six
other broods in different parts of tho Uni
One brood inhabits the valley of the
Hudson Itivcr. Its last appearance was in
lS43,and it will appear again in 18C0. A
second brood is found in Western New
York, Western Pennsylvania and Eastern
Ohio. It appeared in 1810, and it is
very probable that thc outskirts of the
brood extends into Canada. It may be
looked for again in 1SG0. The third
brood, which came forth in 1S55, ex
tends from thc Atlantic to the Ohio, and
into Canada; several individuals of this
brood are said to havo been taken atar 1
Toronto in that year, and it is quite cer
tain that the loud note of a cicada was
heard repeatedly in the woods west of the
city in July of that year. Pr. Fitch, quo-1
ting a letter from Mr. Kobiiison, dated at
Faiichnssie, the 24th of May, says : "I
have heard the scvciiteen-ycar locusts for
ten days past, but they are not plenty
here. I'ark Hill, however, twenty
live miles south of this, in th. Cherokee
country, thoy arc very numerous and in ;
F:ie?v hungry times, occasioned by thc
tevcre drought of h:.-t year and this spring,
tho people (IndiansJ are lad to gather
mid eat them." i
Thc great Pennsylvania brood, before
noticed, reac'm-'d tro:ii that State to l.reor-'
gia; another or tilth brood extends from
Western I'cniuyivania through the valhy
of the Ohio Itivcr, and down that of the
Missisiij.-pi to Louisiana; it appeared in
1C4G, ami will, therefore, make its re-appearance
in 1863. A sixth brood assumed
the fly Mate, in 1 $51, around the head of
Tkc Michigan, and across Northern Ill
inois into Iowa. Other and minor broods
rc recjrrfd to havo made the!; appear
ance in different parts of the l.'nicti, hut
Dr. Fitch thinks that sowie of them may
have consisted of othtr species, mistaken
for thc true seventeen-year locust.
In Ohio it is staM o:i tho besi author
ity, that the grubs have been collected in
tnch vast quantities, that they have been
used hi thc manufacture of soap by the
farmers it; the localities where they are
abundant. The number of them is so
immense that the uround is described as
rid.ih-d by their hides. Dr. Hildrcth
v:nv, they dwell for sixteen years i:nd ten
months "in a grotto of their or.strnction,
probably oar the roct of souk, tree, fur
they are forc..-t-dv.lcrs, and derive their
ncurishuicnt from the rets of tr.es, grass
es and herbs. In lvSlti a large number
rf these liicusfj emerged fro:n the earth
in Dr. Iliidreth's garden, in the branches
ffhe trow of which t!v; parent cicada
!i id deposited her eggs in 1 1 - In ISjI
this extraordinary insect w;is noticed a5
i J i ; . i .
Ci ing nvit u wrtt.-spreiui m many places in
vr,rr. tVnn it. w;i.s i.u. its Dreviotis vis t.
Fruit and fnrc.-t-tre-s whenever they had
T -en planted on the prairies were seven- granted to the undersigned hy A. .
teen years ago destitute of these insects, ash In and for the county of Van Burcn
but in LSiVi thy came from the ground j i" the State of 31ichigan. on thc eight
among such trees :.s ibuudatit!y us in the culh day of 3Iay, A. D. 1S57, there will
i-ri-iual limWr lands. An enemy there be cold at public vendue to the highest
lving concealed ami preying for seventeen 1 bidder at the Court House in the village
vears upon tho choicest treasures of the j of Paw Paw, in thc county aforesaid, on
vardon and Held, must bo entitled to a ' Saturday the fifteenth day of May, A. J).
place among insect scourges in the liit j 158, at ten o'clock A. 31. of that day.
rank. Una-.! happily yei frro fn.ua ! U be ri-rht, title nd rtres. oftlwsaid
lhed. strKUive prt.-r.oi.J'thisextrai.rdin-Korge Wilson, deccasol, iu and to the
:rv depredator, but it is found m all the
S'h.fPK of the Union surroundiiiL' her.
It appears to infect thc oak. apple, pop-
:sr, and probably many other trees, forthe!
uirpore of depositing its eggs lor vh:t:h !
bject it punctures the small limbs itml
l ues lucaieniauio iiuui , so .-. M-mn
the brandies it attacks, that. s in Wis
consin in 1" 1 evry ;;u.-t of wind suf-tvi-s
t( hixak wtf the tips t the
point where the lwusts bid Ji'jx'siN.d ii?
or"s. Mr. T. W. Muni5 fpfaks of h iv
iu': .-ecu the tojs of the forests-trees in
P nn.-vlvani.t and Ohio, for upward of
a hundred miles, appear as 5f seorcln d by
lire a month alter this locust had left
in some of the nrciy i rtth Carolina
ninety j.iite -trees out of one hundred have
been killed by a small beetle. (Jreat
numbers tf n.bl jiines three feet in
ili.iiiiet :r and one hundred and fifty iVet
hiu'h, stand with inked arms trctch d
iibro.Ml, lifeh. like hutidivds and
Oiuiisamh of olhrs pro.-trate on Ky.
-r..!ind witliout any sueccii ..rs of their
kind. In the great limber nj-m n tlj
Ottawa, t'lere is a narrow stri;; of dead
.. .... ! .1 I
t vt !i- in? t iirtv mwe.i i river i
f io uo;!m pin-
hvtle. r djejrthe!
cluii? of cheir Aerl'uu i 1 d-at'i say a
;-.t ev -TifiMss, woo spnt scvcrjl
vcir- with th'? Lu.nhenu n. It has long
fj: ;u kn wit fh.it a beeth " reh n h
pw ;':' lias ? . r il t- ijo.- fhrvitcn'd
tho entire destruction of forest! in the
Han Mountains. In 1793 a million and
a half of treca were destroyed by it, and
80,000 larvre hajo been found on a single
The palmer-worm, common in Canada, i
. . . - . - .i . . ii t :
visited New-Knglandanu tne state oi .eff
York with unparulled destructiveness in'
1701, and in 17M the" trees so attacked j
had overy-wherc a scorched appearance, j
Order at Publication.
STATK OF MICHIGAN Fifth Ju-
uieial circuit, in wianccry, JMIliailllll o.
Manning, Complainant, vs. Mary Ann
Manning, Detcndant. Suit pending in
the Circuit Court for the County of Van
Huron, in Chancery, at the village of Paw
Paw, in mi id county, on the eiuhth day
of April, A. D. 1;"S. Present, lion lien
jamin F. Graves, Circuit Judge.
It satisfactorily appearing to this
Court by affidavit on Cle, that thc defend
ant Mary Ann Manning is not a resident
of this State, but is a resident of the State
of Ohio; on motion of Chandler Pochards
Solicitor for complainant, it is ordered
that the said defendant Mary Aim Man
ning cause her appearance in this cause to
bo entered within three months from thc
date of this order; and that in case of her
appearance, she cause her answer to thc
complainant's bill to be filed and vl copy
thereof to be served on the complainant's
Solicitor within twenty days after service
of a copy of said bill and notice of this
order; and in default thereof, that the
said bill be taken as confessed by the said
defeudant Mary Ann Manning. And it
is further ordered, that within 'JO days the
said complainant cause a notice of this or
der to be published in thc " TltUE NoliTll
F.KNr.it," a newspaper printed and pub
lished in Paw Paw, in said county ot Van
lJurcn, and that thc said publication be
continued onee in each week six weeks
in succession : or that he cause a copy of
this order to be personally served on the j
said deieiidant -lary Ann .vanning, ai
least twenty days before the time above
prescribed for her appearance.
Benjamin F. Grave.-,
I hereby certify the foregoing to be a
true and correct copy of an order in the
above entitled cause, and of record iu my
office. Dated April 19th, 1S58.
S. T. Conway,
STATE OF MICHIGAN County of
Yon Ihircn :s At a session of the Pro
bate Court for the County of Van Burcn
holdeu at the Probate Office, iu the village
of Pavr Paw, on Wednesday, tin 21st day
of April, in thc year one thousand
eight hundred and Afty-tight.
'Present, A. W. Nasu, Judge of Pro
bate. Ii f.ie matter of the Estate, of Albert
On reading and filing the petition, duly
verified, of Ebenezer L. Tucker, praying
that he may be appointed administrator,
de bonis hoh ot said Estate.
Thereupon it bordered, That Saturday,
the fifteenth day of 31 ay, at ten o'clock
in thc forenoon, be assigned for the hear
ing of said petition, and that the heirs at
law of said deceased, and all other persons
interested in said estate, ure required in
appear at a session of said Court, then to
be holdcn at the Probate Office, in the
village of Paw Paw, and show cause if
any there be. why thc prayer of the peti
tioner should not be granted :
And it is further ordered, that said pe
titioner give notice to the persons inte
rred i:i raid estate, of the pendency of
siid petition, and thc hearing thereof, by
causing a copy ot tin? Order to be pub
lished" in the "Tut:; Noimiwixni,"!
newspaper printed and circulating in snid
county of Van Rurcn, three successive
weeks, previous to said d-y of hearing
A. W. NaH,
158-Sw. Judge of Probate.
ADMINISTKAOK SAL 12.
In the matter of the estate of Geonro
Hs'iM, ueceascu. notice is ncrcny given
! that by virtue of a license and authority
louowing ucserwcu premises to mi ; uv
west half of the west half, of thc north-
west quarter of section twelve, (1-,) also,
"urtli halt ot t!:c east Halt ot the
wr?.h-xr.st quarter of section twelve, 12,)
town lour, souin oi range ininccn
" wr, -
corner o. tne last ucscrioeu piece oi iami,
in all fifty-nine acres; all in thc county of
Van Burcja and tati of Michigan.
(iKortGK Wilson, ju.,
1 "m-Gw. Administrator.
Paw Paw, .March 31st, 1858.
STATK OF .MICnKiA.NCounty of
Vau Burcn ss Whereas BodfKry I link
ley, administrator of the Estate of Betsey
Buys, deceased, has rocf entcd u account
of his adminiftrti'n for allowance.
Thereupon it is ordcre I that said mat
ter be hear! at the Probate office, in tJie
village -f i'tr, Paw, on the seven teiiatli
day of Mar nrxt at ten o'clock A. M.
All n.TSons iiittTested will take due no
nce arid appear if they see mn.-e. j
(I; von iinili-r mr hand tills 2.'hl ihiv nil
April, A. D. 1X;.
A. W. Nash,
Judge of Probate.
llf llbitu tn m who iiiiuti,i
MA.YO. did on tua ICrb day f April. Ijjg.
Icav.' raybd and bonrJ, rithrut any ruiiicicntrea-1
ni therefor: Now thciefore, take otlcc, !
that a!ler th') 'fate, I ftbaJI pay bo debts t,( ht r !
p-'otrj'tm-. HAMILTON MAY.
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AN EHONY CASKET, containing a full
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NWIIkoo ltr.irx.li n.l 1 '
n lfwlv. nn.im.ln.l .,1 I !,d,i ' W,.t.l, I
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Lava, 0 to 8,00
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" SLIDES, for Fob
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(Gcnflei'iei . ,) 2 to
" LOCKi.iS, PouUe
Glass, 8 n
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Address Ahl'.KUT rALMKK,
N'kw Vohk FxcKi.siNft,
li2-8w. Oiiioo, llroudirav, New York.
A. T. Metcalff
( Late of tl.c firm of WLrti & i.calf.TJticA, N. Y .,)
frnorMi. and mechanical hktibt.
VLL o;crationrs pertormo'l In tho I r t nacnr an
with nw and iniprovoi intrnifut Office
over IVmowft' Ft.v, ccrirr Miin and Jlurdick
result having been made on the. con
ditiou of w vt itain moitgage of indenture
executed by John Flowwclling and Kllen
f Flcwvrelling his wife of tho county of
Ihrilvi; in this i.'tate of Michigan of thctht
I pai r, a:.d Am run
y . 1 ... 4 1... i;'noer, ivj i, auu reeoruen in u;o ouicv oi mj .vg
V. llrouiton o li(orolJwlj fof thc couuly r Vttu Curcn and
i MUM.' ' I ii iurc
A. i 1'.. .. 1
on iri the Kate Ot .mclil-
rlU the second part, bearing date the
!i , . f LVh-inrv in the vear of our
-'- u uu-iuj,
Lord, one thousand eight hundred and
tittv-seven. and rocorueu in me oince oi
the lle-rister of Dcj'ds, in and for said
county, of Van Huron, on tho twenty-first
day of February, 1S57, at four o'clock,
P. M. in I.iber " F," of mortgages in
said c0ic, on page two hundred and
seventy-tliree, (--,; Upon which there
js claimed to be due and unpaid to the
date of this notice, the sum of one hun
dred and eight dollars and sixteen cents,
(108,10,) and no suit at law or proceed
ings in equity having been instituted to
recover the same, or any part thereof;
Now therefore notice is hereby given,
that by virtue of a power of sale in said
mortgage contained, I shall sell at public
vendue to thc highest bidder An Saturday
the seventeenth day of July next, at ten
o'clock iu tin; forenoon at the Court
l the village ot raw i 'aw, in said
cu t .! t v Van Hurcn. that beinr the
pIsCO ''' -- Mill" tllO Circuit Coillt witll'ltl
and for the couuty of Van Burcn afore
Said, the premises described in said mort
gage or so much thereof as will be suffici
ent to pay the amount due on said mort
gage together with the cost and expense
of foreclosure and sale, as follows, to wit:
The south-west fractional quarter of sec
tion number thirty, (30,) in township
number three, (3,) south of range number
fifteen (IT),) west, and containing
141-84 acres, according to the United
States survey said premises are situated
in the township of Lawrence, and county
of Van Burcn, aforesaid. The above sale
will be made by the sheriff of said eoun-
iv of Van Burcil. or his demttv or under :
Dated April 22d, 185S.
A AIlOS W. BltOl'OHTON,
WIT HUE AS default has been made in
the payment ot a certain sum of money
j thc payment of which was secured by au
indenture ot Mortgage bearing date the
fifth day ot May, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and lifty
seyen, executed by Abraham 11. Jones
and Kliza Jones his wife, of Pierce coun
ty, Wisconsin, to Walter M. Barnum, of
the same county, and State, on the lands
and premises hereinafter described, which
mortgage '.vas duly recorded in the oflice
of the ilegistcr of Deeds, for the county
of Van Huron, in the State of Michigan,
on the 28th day of .May, A. I). Ib07, at
two o'clock P. M. in Liber " K," of mort
gagCA, on page 501 and 502; on which
mortgage there is claimed to be due and
unpaid at the date hereof for principal
and interest, the sum of two hundred and
!.inteen dollars and thirty-three cents,
,il 1 1? ,.;1. ...
( o-iy,oo, 1 auu uu i.roeui'uiii.s citoui i
J - . . .
to recover the amount secured uy saiu
mortv ije or any part thereof:
v FlCli is therefore hereby given,
, ?' ; by virtue of a jiowerof sale contained
. aid mortgage, which power has be
n:vi operative by the default aforcsid,
lul in pursuance of the statute iu such
er.,e proided, thc said mortgage will be
! foreclosed by sale of the mortgaged prcm
1 iscs therein described, to wit : The cast
half of the north-west quarter of section
i nine, (0,) in township numbered one, (1,)
' south of range numbered thirteen, (10,)
west, .,-ituyed in the county of Van Burcn
and Stat? f Michigan, which will be sold
; pv" :ictUin or vendue? to the highest
. . : , . ;in Cjt'.it Iiousj in the village
. ' v, in s n iit i .u iy of A'an Burcn
j l.:ee holding the cir-
. . t . ' '. ). i a i ! v,) on the seven
. ... J ' -."A. D. at
: . :ie to-v::ooii, by the sheriff
i :ii .-.nty, or his deputy or under
Dr.ted April 2..d, A. 1). ISf.S.
Walteu M. Baunum,
,S. JL Black man, Attorney
AUM LMST Jt ATOH SA Lli.
Notice is iicrcbv L'tven that by virtue
and ju pursuance of a license granted to
0 ) ji10 probate Court for the CoUll'y
)xmx .a b.(.
tion, to the highest bidder, ai the Court
House in the village of Paw Paw, in said
county, on the fifth day of June, A. 1.
1858, at one o'clock P. 31. thc following
described real Estate belonging to thc es
tate of John II. Baldwin, decciscd, to
wit : The north-west quarter o4 tho north
east quarter and ten acres on the west
,. ir, nrth-iast rinarter. of tho
' ' . nl1 ',:,, r.mrtn..,,
hi township two soutu ot range tourtccn
west i:i Va;i Buren couuty, and State of
Mich:g:su. Ej.i J)f;kek.
Jaw lr.v, April PJth,
Xoticc is hereby given that by virtue
and in pursuance of license granted to me
by the Prolate Court for the county of
Van Burcn, and State of Michig.ni, I
shall sell at public auction to the highest
bidder at the Court House, iu thc village
of Paw Paw, iu said county, ou the fifth
day of June, X. V). I $:"$, al ten o'clock,
A. M. the following described real Estate
belonging to Clarancc W. Sheldon and
Edwyna A. Sheldon, minors, to v;it: Thc
North half of thc South East ejuarter of
section twenty-four, in township three,
touth of range thirteen west, in Van Bu
ren couut3, and State of Michigan.
Paw Taw, April UUh, 1853.
Jason A. Sheldon,
15-0w. (iuardian fur said Minors.
B LAX lift of all kinds, juat printed, and for
Mlt lMp at ht NeitTvinocA Orrn.r.
1 UJ . 1
DEFAULT hating been inada in Oie condition
of a certain mortgago executed by Henry M.
Conkliug of tho township of Kceler, county of Vau
Durcn, and State of Michigan, to Philotu Haydeu
of Hamilton, county of uuliuren, and fc'tatc of
Michigan bearing date tlio twenty-fifth dav of De-
Puto o! Michigan, aforesaid on tho third day of
. -'a'Jary, f ightocn hundred and fifty-five in Liter
! J .uf nu,r,iW on l'ag3 47J and 4S'J upo which
, said mort'ago and notes accompanying the niuc,
there is claimed to l due and unpaid at tho dato
f this notice tho sum of three hundred and sixty
nino dollars aud eighty-two cents, ($.y,S2,) aud
nj suit at law or proceeding in equity having bceu
instituted to recover tho ainc, or uny part thereof;
NOW therefore notice ia hereby given that by
virtue of a power of sale in aaid mortgage contain
ed I shall sell at public vonduo to the highest bid
der on .Saturday the eighth day of May next at
ten o'clock in tho forenoon at the Court House in
tne village of Paw Paw in uid couuty, that being
the place of holding the Circuit Court within and
fur said county of Van Uui en the premises describ
ed in .xaid mortgage, or o much thereof .s will bo
sufficient to pay tho amount due on said mortgage
together with the costs and expenses of fuwclo?uro
and sale as follows, to wit : The south east quarter
of section So. Twenty-four, 21, Township tour, 4,
south of rang sixteen, 16 west containing one
hundred and sixty acres according to the United
(Status survey, it being in the township of Keeler,
Van Uuren county, Michigau, subject neverthe
less to two installments of said mortgage yet to
Dated February St'u. 1853.
HIIL0TU3 II A YUEN.
A. W. UROUOIITOX, Atfy.
"T7IIKREAS default having been mado in
V payment of ti certain ohm of niom-y, the pay
ment of which was secured by an indenture of
mortgage bearing date the fourth day of February,
A I) lS5fl executed by Harry L Egglcston and
Aduline U Eggle.ton his wife of I 'aw Paw, Van
liuren couuty, Michigan to Menzo iJolivvr of tho
same placo on tho laud and premises hereinafter
described which mortgage was duly recorded in
the office of the ltegi.tcr of Ik-cds for tho county
of Van Uureu aforesaid on the sixth day of Febru
ary A D ISjfJ ut four o'clock P 31 iu 1iber F of
mortgage on page 05 ou which mortgage thwro is
claimed to be due and unpaid at the date hereof
for principal and iutcrc-t the sum of throe hun
dred and niuety-cigt t dollars and forty. four cents,
(i'J'JSf44,) and no proceedings at law or in equity
having been instituted to recover tho amt.l'.ut -'-cured
by said mortgage or any part thereof:
rsOUCh is therelore hereby given that by vir
c of a power of sale contained in said mortgage
which power has become oixirativc by the default
aforesaid, and iu pursuance of the statute iu such
eaie provided to wit; All the following described
premises .-dluated iu the village of Paw Paw in thc
county of Van Uuren and .Stuto of Michigan to
wit: The equal undivided one foiinh part of Lot
number Eighteen and of tho North half of lot num
ber Nineteen in block ivunber Fifly-two in said
village of Paw Paw according to the recorded plat
ofaaid village together with the undivided ono
fourth part of tho Furnaeo, Muchino uhop, Elack
mith's shop, Tools and Machinery, will be sold at
public auction or vendue, to the highest bidder at
the Court House in the village of Paw Paw iu said
county of Van Purcn (that being tho placo of hold
ing the Circuit Conrt for said county,) ou the 8th
day of May A 1 IH.'iSutten o'clock in the foro
nuojj by tho sheritl'of said county or his deputy or
under sheriff, subject to futue installments to be
come duo on said mortgage.
Dated February 0th, 1S5S.
A. V. NAP1I, Atfy.
State of Michigan County of Van Bu
rcn ss Probate Court for said County.
A paper purporting to bo the last will
mid toutam&iit of John Maguirc, deceased,
having been deposited in this Court by
Pavid O. lodgc and praying for Probate
thereon. Thereupon it is ordered that
Jjouduy tho twenty-cigntu uay oi April
, , , , -
next at ten o clock m the forenoon be as
f,n(Kft lifinvillff il C'l'il MP. t'AI 11)11
that the heirs at lav; of nnid deceased and
all other persons interested in said estate,
are requested to ?!; p.iar at a session of
said Court then to be liohb n at thc Pro
bate office in the village of Paw Paw, and
show cause, if any there be, why thc
prayer of the petitioner should not be
And it is further Ordered that thc
above order and notice be published in
the "Turn; Xoiitjikuni:u," a newspaper
printed and circulating in said county of
Van Burcn, three successive weeks pre
vious to said day of hearing.
A. W. Nasu,
155-1 w. Judge, of Probate.
I5y virtue of an execution issued out of
and under tho seal of the Circuit Court
for the county of Van Burcn and State of
Michigau, and to mo directed and deliv
ered against thc Goods, Chatties, Lands
and Tenements of Henry Velio, the de
fendant named in said writ, 1 have levied
upon all the right, title and intercut of thc
said defendant in, and to the north-cast
quarter of section eight, (,) Town one,
(1,) s.uth of range thirteen, (13,) west,
containing one hundred and sixty acres of
land situated in the cennty of an Burcn
and State of Michigan, which premises I
shall expose to sale and sell at public auc
tion, to thc highest bidder at the Court
House in the village of Paw Paw, in said
county, on Monday thc 10th day of May,
A. I. 180S, at ten o'clock iu tho fore
noon. E. M. Gr.ii)r::N,
15l-Sw. Under ShcriO".
Patod March 22d, A. D. 1858.
By virtue of a writ of execution issued
out of and under the Circuit Court for tho
county of Van Burcn, and to me directed
and delivered 1 have levied upon all the
right, title aud interest of Dauicl Hog
mire, in and to the following described
lands and tenements, to wit : The North
half of the North-West quarter of section
No. T.fenty-ono, (21,) and thc South
West quarter of the South-West quart ci
and the North-East quarter of thc North
West quarter of section No. Sixteen,
(10,) in Township No. Two, (2,) south
of Uangc No. Piftccn West, all lying
and being in thc county of Van Bu
rcn, and State of Michigan, which I shall
expose for sale at public vendue, at thc
Court House, in thc village of Paw Paw,
iu said county, on Monday, tho Thirty
first day of May, A. D. 18oS, at the four
of ten o'clock in thc forenoon of said day.
Dated, April 12th, 1858.
Noble L. Bichardson,
By WfiWAM Hill.
157-Gw. Pcputy Sheriff.
S1IIXKLLN Wanted on old and new Subscript.
tbn, t tbo NontntwiR Orurc.
TTTIIERKBS, default bas been made In tU
W payment of certain autni of money the pay
ment of which was secured by ft certain Indenture
of mortgage bearing date the twelfth day of Feb
ruary A. 1). 1866, executed by llaruian J. Pitch
er and Hannah J. Pitcher hi wife of Van Dureo,
Co. and State of Mich., to Loren K. Pitcher of IM
catur, in said county and State on the land and
premises herinafter described, which mortgage wae
duly recorded iu the office of the Ilegistcr of Deeds
of Van Duron county in said Stuto on the twenty
fifth day of February A. I). 1856, at twelrsjf
tU noon, in Liber 12 of mortgages on page:
hundred and eighty-six and three hundred an
eighty-seven, on which mortgage there is claim
to be duo and unpaid at the date hereof for prin
cipal and interest the fuiu of three hundred and
forty-four dollars and ninety-two cents, ($344,2,)
and no proceedings ut law have been instituted tc
recover tlio amount rcceiveu oy saia inucniurc v
mortgage or any part thereof;
A. 1). ISjC. the above mentioned inortgago was
duly transferred and assigned by the said Lorin
K. Pitcher to Reuben Ferguson of said county and
tho assignment thereof was dnly recorded in the
office of the Ilegistcr of Deeds of Van Buren couu
ty and .State of Michigan ou tho twenty. fifth day
of February, A. D. 1856, at twelve o clock at noon
in Liber E, of mortgages on page three hundred
and eighty-peven ; And whereas the said lieu ben
Ferguson departed this lifo on the fourteenth day
of June, A. D. 1857, and William II. Iiaird, of the
county of Van Burcn, and State of Michigan, was
duly appointed Administrator of all and singular
tho goods and chattels rights aud credits which
were of the said Iteubn Ferguson deceased.
Xoticc is thoreforo hereby given that by virtue
of n power of sale contained in said inortgago
which power has become operativ e by the default
aforesaid and in pursuance of the statute In such
case made aud provided tho mortgage premises de
scribed in eaid indenture of mortgage to wit :
The east half of the west halt of the south cast
quarter of section number tweuty-ilx, (26,) In
township number four, (,) iouth of range number
fifteen, (15,) wod containing forty aores of land bo
thc same more of h-aa, situate in tho county of Van
Buren in said State of Michigan, will be sold, sub
joct to further installments to become due, at pub
lic auction or venduo to tho highest bidder, at th
Court House, in the village of Paw Paw, in said
county of Van Huron, (that being the place fof
holding the Circuit Court for said county,) on tho
sixth diiy of July next A. 1. 1858 at ten o'clock
in the forenoon by the sheriff of said county r his
deputy or under Kherifl.
Dated Mandi aist, A. T. 1858.
WILLIAM II. BAlItD,
As Administrator of the Estate of,
156-12w. Assignee deceased of Mortgagee.
Cii.iMiLK.n HiciiAnD, Att'y. for Administrator,
WHEREAS default has been made id the pay
ment of a curtain uui of money the pay
ment oi whieb, whs secured by au indenture of mort
gago bearing d it: thw fifth day of May, in the ymf
(four Lord ono thousand eight hundred aud ftfiy
sewil, fi.ucutcd by Abraham 11, Jones and Eli.;
Jones his wile, uf Pierce county, Wi-evnsia, to
Ezra IJ. Strong, of the same county and State, on
tho lar.di and premises hcreiuatter described,
which mortgage was duly recorded in thc osTu-q vf
thc Ilegistcr of Deeds, for the county of Van Buren
in tho Statu of Michigan, on the 23th day of May,
a D 1357, at two o'clock P M in Liber " E," f
mortgages on pages 5U3 and 561, on which mort
gage there claimed to be due and unpaid nt tlm
date hereof, for principal and interest, tho sum of
three hundred and thirty-six dollars and fourteen
cents, (?:'.'', I I,) and no proceedings cither at Uy
or in chancery having been instituted to recover
the amount secured by said mortgage, or any part
NOTICE is therefore hereby given, that by vir
tu? of a power of sale contained in said mortgage,
which power has become operative by th j do
fault aforesaid, and in p irsuanco of the statute in
such ruse provided, tho isaid mortgage will be forp,
closed by sale cf the mortgaged promises therein
dcicribe.'l to wit: Tho east half of the south-wet
quarter of section numbered twenty-five, (25,) in
townshin numbered two, (2,) south of range num
bered lojrtccn, (II.) west, situntcd iu th couftt'.
of Van Buren and Statu of Michiean, which will J
be sold at public A.uotjou or vendue, to tho big! tii
bidder, at the court house in tho village of Paw
Paw, in said county of Van Burcn, (that being tha
place of holding tho Circuit Court for raid county.)
ou thu scre:iteeT.thday of J uly next, S n 1859
ten o'clock i a tho forenoon, by the s horifl" of said,
county or his deputy or under sheriff.
Dated April 2::d, a ! l.
JM-iUw. LZHA B, STltONd,
?, II. BLACK MAX, Attorney,
STATK OF MICHIGAN County of
Vau JJureu- w-At a pension of the l'rn
h:tte ( Vmrt for thc county of Van tturen
huhlen at the Probate Office, in the vib
lage of Paw Paw, on Wednesday, thu
seventh day of April in the year ouj
thousand ciht hundred and fifty-eight,
Present, A. W. Nash, Jude uf Pro
On reading and filinjr thc petition, duly
verified, of William II. Tilford special
Guardian to Klniira Tilford, Kmma Tib
ford and Klizabeth Tilford, minors, pray,
iug that he may be licensed to sell cer
tain Peal Kstato therein described.
Thereupon it is Ordered, That
day, the lOth day of May, 1 ten o'tdock
in the forenoon, be assigned for the heap
ing of said petition, and that tho heirs fit
laW of fnil deceased, and all other rcr.-wut
interested in sail estate, are required tfi
appear at a session of said Court, then to
be holdcn at the Probata Othce, in th
village of Paw Paw, and how cause, if
any there be, why the prayer of said peti
tioner should not be granted;
And it is further ordered, that riid pe
titioner give notice to the persons interes
ted in said eJate, of the pendency of Baid
petition, and the hearing thereof, by caui
ing a copy of this Order to bo published
in thc 44 True Northern n," a newspa
per printed nnd circulating in said county
of Van Huron, three successive weclt9
previous to said day of hearing,
A. W. Nash,
150-4w. Judge of Probate.
STATK OF MICHIGAN County of
Van Uurcn ss In thc matter of tbo
Kstate of Marcus Harrison, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to the creditors of
said estate aud all others interacted to ap
pear at tho Prohutc office, for the couofy
of Van Uureu, on the tint Monday U
October next and prove their said claiujs
hrfhrn the Judce thereof, and that eU
month from this date ar allowed for fljO
itus trom this Hate ar auuvc.
litors to present their claims.
iw Paw, April 24th, 1853.
A. W. Na
159-lw. Judge of Probate.
Taken inthoTOOJt nupcrb and lifelike manner, ,anJ
put up in nipcrior
STYLE AX) FlXISlf,
La lio'i and Gentleman are invUod to call at his
oflico and GaUcry aud cxamino fr themsclvi.
Chares in nccordance with the tiroes.
Paw Paw, Mich. 1 17-tf. W. Bnow.v.
DWELLING HOUSE to rent, with writ
ietern and woodbouso attached, euiuhlo
to ccoccmo )te a itnsll fmi,Tnuiro al