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CRtfS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
br mailor otherwise, per year, 1
eneopjf"' , 17
J-SS-work promptly sd neatly executed.
A3erifor rrinunS anu 5
jipooo, ftr f .Utiei 0f thia establishment
w ...Ju td. in connection wnu iub
.atDliBe,tl forth first Insertion, and
(W '2lch robseiuent publietlon,fr any -tentnl
5 - n
I ! 8 30
lOiiani - jo.
. have tli Drivilree of threw
I .''"t'aaVearlv'AteeapplvIo ''' " ordinary
runv.ents.oniy. All thera ehargedby
TiSS Mtrtliff Joe 7,
"t. Wheat hereabouts in well
ie)A ou, J ict. r looked better.
FbosT A sevcro frost on Saturday
wt down corn, wans, i-urumiiere ww 10-
I New Hbiixje. The old bridge on
, e.i.r.k-road near Okcinos, I""" ,M Cn reiI:o.l
!, i ne structure.
thich H now fifiM!ic!, and
0x Gkaie. Mr- Stafford ha been
jj eB.d for tli. past week in establishing
niic..tsrri'''-- with wRtmh
i.nJ-tracts, side-walks and sewerage. The
' occupy him altout month.
I'ooR Tra v. Sunday was a sad day for
though !riSl wd pleasant for man. No
iim & rt,e d,Ml'' " l,,ald,Vi "J
wgtbrm was the canine companion of ex
p Mliiri'l'V, "','r lM',it'cn, f'-,,ion "f ,,ia
) loo Ikon Ork Mr. Jif.n, in r. pair
i , road on section thirteen in this township,
' ' r I ..... I .j u ..i lf
Jyovcred niaH:3 oi n u "' ,
spPosedto bo veryrkh. Thi.eeiioo ho...,
Jrtialed hy lr. Houghton, full ol imii.-r.tl.
rirnens at thi-t office.
lcn ! After the rnins on Thursday and
Fri lay, it d ared ofl cold and the in. rcury s ink
i, few hours from 8 to M ih-g. A heavy
I find from the X. H prevail.-.! on Satur-Uy. n
IhnrsJay evening, the.'1'' which accompanied
thunder storm blew down several tine shade
tree, and anions the ret. a lieanliful nmple in
(rout of the State House.
Agbicclti'CA!. ('oi.i.EiK lr (Joadby
i- now wigagetl in th- tlisehare t.f his regular
.Juties at the Arieultural Coll,'.. lb will
iU. .luring the next eiht weeks. lecture in
tLajiel of the Colb-ge building every Til -s-,
.by evening, cninni-iK:in at S ttVba'k. These
-wiling lecture -all of which are t'ln-u to the
puMie will be extensively illuslrat.-d by means
vf his Fpleud'd iixy-hydrojreit niier.e-oM' uml
!h. r ajjaratiH.
Lansini.'s Fikst Victim. Mr. Webb
J Pvlhi, a superdangeilous individual, of the
Bochananpcrsnasion, ccnclude.1 to make " Rome
howl," on Friday, in the streets of Lansing, lb;
entered groceries, swore at men in the streets,
t threatened, stormed, shouted at a funeral pro
ccion, and allowed that nobody could capture
him. but uU this while trouble was brewing for
Tebh the City Council were putting a fastening
apon the door of the new Lock-up, under
Bailoj's Bank, which was all it wanted to make
tfinifli, and as soon as that was done, constable
Wiley marched Web1 into it, out of which he
got in the evening by paying 5,0o with the dis
6'nniished honor of Wing Lansing's first prisoner.
Isuiukr BiLLunn Match. Seereitcr's friends
se making ready to offer Thelan a J25,o0l
f BY AUTHORITY.
i N ORDINANCE FOR TIIK CON
l k STRI'CTION OP A SI Or'-WALK tN HIE WEST SIIE
urCAITtOL AVEXI E Whemu, It iuWiuc.leiped.eut
k-CMHtract a aide walk ea the a est ae'.H of Capitol A ve
in, front Sifinaw street t the n.rthea-t corner of
Upitml &inare; therefore.
Aenoa 1. Vi! oniciia.i lytk '..mian luurilif thr
wy f lixng, That tha reopec'.ive owaera an.l uccu
piituS each and every lot or hoasa aOjuioing the a lore
mA ule walk, are hereby re.iuire.1 t.i lav moch i
J walk M ia to be coa.-tructeJ In front of bin or her M
rfcewe, aad at hi or her own proper cokI, charge and
tpaae; Uiaaaid aitle-walk Is to be of white oak plank
a ami a half inchee thick, and not more than eight
erhea aula, laid tranaveraeiy on xl and nubotantial
tntntera, tach aa tha marslutl hall direct, which walk
watt at lour fret wide, to be ronatructed and fully com
rHed en or befura the nfleentli day of July, lst.
a.i It ahaU be tbe duty of tba City llerk forthwith
k- aase notice of thia ordioaoce U be given in the eame
naaafr as is required by section two of aa ordinance for
cnanractHMi of certain side-walk, naased nay .txii
e.3. TaaaaiJaida-walk shall be eonelruetel nndel
Q reaeral aarervisiow of tle Cit Marshal, whose duty
all as to report to the Common Council from time to
awe aN fal urea to conform to the f.n-egoioi( rexuhttioua
Dtas at the enmim n council room, thia r.l-t day ol
a, A. U is. II. i SMITH, Jfayor.
A . Romioa, rirrl.
AX H. XI. X .
Oa the 2Mh insC, by J. P. Keed, Esq., Mr.
Tiooas D. IloldVn. and Mls Adalaide M. IVbie,
H of Alaiedon.
On Wednesday, Juno 1st, Mr. Alt a M.,RAtr,
w this eity, aged years.
r. Rajf died at Jackson, but Lid rcnivns
era brought home, and were buried from the
ftpiUl, on Frhlay afternoon, with Masonic cere-
wwea. lie was an old resident of Michigan
d for some years had .'men the Think and
The Pews of the 1st Presbyterian Church in
this City will be rented for lh commg year on
Srday tlie 18th iust.. at 4 o'clock P. M., at
twnnan Kmwrrr, of U-Uoit, will beiu taoodaKa
the ltlh, Eaton R&pida en the 1-th, Man 13th and
" aa Laaaing H-Htse, Uasioi;, oa the 14th days r ev
Tamth.te atten.lt" pati-uU artliett with ebionic
waareringdiseaiiea. See advertb-ment
3-"The Seaate of rraseit, at a leceat aittiag, paid
rlled aompCmeat to the Calen of Germany, tlnia-
H ailhehn IlooOand, by ordering the erection of
aaaiest to his maoaaory in tlia city of IVrlin. If aay
aaaaatrvad well of M eountvyman, eettaialy that
was Df. Ilooflaad ; f.r, while by his teachings ha
awtiaajsed the whole r-yatem of medicine, hie well
114 preparation earned relief into every home in the
, and at his death ha was mourned as a bete factor
Ibe aatVon." ItmA w Tiave, rt
Taw calrbratad me.lieiaea, tha Herman Hitters
a Balsamic Cordial, am prepared in thia coon
wyaaryhyPr C.ll. Jackson, 418 Arch Street, PhiUvdel
na, and ara for aato by dnagpata aad storekeapers
Jkrvofhect tha I'aited atas, Canadaa. West ladies, and
Ataerica. Price TS cents per bottle. .ni
JPrclamaUeu to the People.
THE POKTnVoV PHYSIC.
Changing weather, inch m thia.
Call for exercise of care,
CoM nor haat nor half ao vicious
An a aal Jen change of air.
Though you bare a constitution
Subject to all boman ills.
You may brave tbe worst of climate,
IX you im then Suar Pill.
Thousand, dow are strong and robust,
Who but lately writhed iu pain,
Ever acaing , ever irrowling,
They hare found their health again
Now when eld succeeds hot weather,
They've uu fer ol aptie chill,
I"or they uw tboe With .rT"-rTer,
Mora thaa M0,uf ce of disease bar jieMeJ to
their om during the part five years, aaaoj of whirl, hate
been pronounced hicurahle b dLitingaiiiee.1 phynicianM.
nt ew weather u now approaching, let everr ene
eU-M their Hv-tem with a fw .li ,f the VilN. N
restraint in .U t m aereenary w.iU usins theui. l ull d
rectkHM go with each tnx.
tt.SilHi ill II.- .1 i 1 !
Ijing.. bixea 'J, VU. SV-e Aarertieinjiit.t on 3.1 f
KCLIF.P 15 TEN MISCTEs! I
1'tI.MINAIiV WAFERS ARE
unfailing it the cure of Corona, Coi.is, Asrn.ni.
BaojitiiiTis, Soaa Throat, Hoarse u. Dirri-
Cl'LT BUEATIIINU, I.VflPIE.HT CONSUMPTION, AND
U18EA8ES or the LcMid. They have no Ute of
ineilicme, and any child will take them. Thou
sands have been restored to health that had
ftefore despaired. Testimony friven in lnmdred.4
of ca."vti. A single doa relicTcsin ten m iklte.
Ask for Bryan's Tulmonie Wiif r- the ori-
gin;tl and only geniunc U stamped 'Bryan."
FpurioiiM kind.-) are offered for Bale. Twenty live
cent a Uix. Sold bv dealers cencrullv.
JOB MUSES, Sole l'roprietor, Rod. Jster, X. V.
For Palo by U. THAYER, & Co., LaiiHin.
if "ilun lit'J f our ritieo riniilaiu of 1 1 1 kn l
l kOirurif the tt. in, .lr.i.L- i:iit ! tl. l!r ..r .t.,ni
aeb, wot l ppelii, Kt- thry ait f.f.juiillv Hi"
Hull .f tmci ap.lMltMll Kil l 111' ll- lll I .!ti-l rvi.ri
we mu not Urn imiw- , tut ..u'.l -u t..!l .. j:ll., t
e.1, .In a we have l..m f t m l-.til- t.i I lr. ll ..f
Uu-I'a (u-riniia HtlUi'. ..ei i.-. In r I u I ...n. in. 1, .mr
woi.l f..r it, uu will ha cuml. We rTi.ini cii.! ii,r.l
M ine, LoowiO firnn eeiirii'i. Il.at il i- inn. I. ( -!
tt the L'eiK'ralily , t-c.t in-l.. ii.. V- woul l y t.t
our rentier, purrha-e im-im nnl u-r 1 .v lr M.
J4rk.n, riul.vlf l.lii.
IVinei.l Office, 41H An-h -tte-t. 1'l.il.H trli.hi. IV.
nn. I for by lruir'.'i-l- an.l Moreke.-i.ers lljr.iiiirlx.iil
the I'liitfl States uii'l Caiirt.U
I'rire " i !.... ..r bottln.
InckMiii, m H.o uiap.
See that th iirnatiirf.' '. M
Ir on . cli bottle.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
SIR JAMES CLARK'S
OI'brutd lVmalc Iillw.
ItY ROY A I.
J.tKrAllf.H from a preHcription of Sir .I iiim i t'Urke,
M. !., riiysiriitn Kxtrvirilinsry to the tfu-'n. Tbi
valuable M.licine M unfailing; in the cure of all thoe
iminfitl anl dnnemu .liseaeH incident to the fomnle
It nnlr!itPH all evce, renime all ..b-trurtioiK. anl
brin' on the monthly tieril with rt'iil.rit v. The
1'ilU -.Ii.miI.1 he unet two r three e-ki. nrfvioiii to n.n
tint-n.eut ; the fortify the comt .t utiou, an-l l-.-ien the
null. .hi.' .lurinjr labor, eualihn the iiioihi-r to J-if.iin
her iluiu-4 with ealety to lierrieir ami rlul.l.
7 a-e i'ilt rhmhl w4 lm t.ilm t,t . mn'.i lHrini lh-
l-ring an Misrarruujr, t.itt at any Hk-T timi- Ih'if art
In ail cjim of Nervous ni.'l Spiii.il AtWtioiis, i -.iii.n
thw II irk an.) I jmih, llatin-.x, Fatiiun on Slight Kvr
tin, ralfitnlion of the llart, Ijiwnei of Spirit-., Ilv.
ter.es, S k llee.l trhe, tt bitei.anl all the I .iiiilnl iIi-i-hm-h
occarioneil hy a .h-orUered fy.-tem, these I'tlU i!l vifect
cure alien a:l oti.fr mean have f.iil-l, an I altiinuvh a
powerful reuly, tl not contain iron, calomel, antimony,
anv oilier minertl
Kull .lirectiniK arc..iiipanviii; er.-li parknifM. 1'iie.in
the I uite.1 States an.l ana.la, tne loll.tr.
Sole .j;ut for the I nite.l States an.l I ana-It
I..H M.SKh, (Ute I. C. U.l.lwin XV,,..)
Kochester, N. V.
N. II Hue I oll r an.l i po-taiTH l..nii. eni-lowd to any
authorise. I Aeut, illen-.urea tuittle, containing 50 pillit,
nv return iti:.u
Kr sale by K Thavi h, ltnsing. IT01
AKEX IT by the subscriber, 4 miles east of
Lansing, on the plank road, a uirk brinille
cow alKiut 8 or V years ol.l, with a young calf.
She has a white sticak on the .ml of tier tail.
and her bag is white also. June 1S5'..
ilSwl JOHN JUV.
rpAKEX W by the subscriber, 3 miles east and
X 1 mile south of Ionising, a light brindle cow
nliout years old, with a st ir in her forehead,
and white spots on her shoulders and hips, Hud
rope around her horns. Sue has also, a brass
nub on one horn. Juno t'., lSi'..
Sl&wl CHARLES SMITH.
INSTATE of Win. R. Thompson, deceased.
li State of Michigan, county of Ingham, s-s.:
The undersigned, having been appointed bv the
Hon. Win. II. l inekney, Judge ot 1 nutate lor
said county, commissioners, with full power and
authority to receive, examine and adjust all claims
and demands of all persons against the estate of
Wm. R. Thompson, deceased, late ot the State ol
'exas; and six months from the secon-l day ol
Mav. A. I. 1859. having Iteen allowed by said
Judge ol Probate to the creditors of said estate,
to present their claims to the iiudersigne.1, coin
missioners. tor allowance: otiee is inerciore
herebv civen. that we will meet on Saturday, the
seeond dav ol July, and on Tuesday, the second
day of August, next ensuing, at tlie omee oi
Franklin IjtRue, in the city of Lansing, in said
county of Ingham, at 10 ocl.tek, A. M., ol earn
of said days, for tlie aitove nameu purpre-e.
lw2i: FRANKLIN LaKI'E,
Dated, City of Lansing, June Cth, lSoi.
"1"Y VIRTUE of a decretal order ol the l ir
J. J cnit Court for the county of Ingham, iu
Chancerr. made on the 21st day of April, A. 1.
1S5'. in a certain cause tnerein penuing, w nerem
Peter B. Ioomis is complainant, and Henry Jack
son Sarah E. Jackson, his wife, and Peter Liu
derman are defendants, I, the siihscrilter, the t ir
cuit Court Commissioner for the said county oi
Ingham, will eell at public auction, to the highest
bidder, at the Court House in the village oi
Mason, iii said county of Ingham, on Iriday, the
.! .lav ol Julv next. A. li. IN'.. at one o- iock
in the afternoon of said day, the following de
perilled land, to wit: Commencing at a point
twentv-four 1 24 1 roils cast and twenty-two sz
rods south of the quarter post between sections
twenty-one and twenty-eight, in township num
ber one north of range numlier one 1 J west, run
ning thence south ten 1 10 1 tods, thence cat to
the mill pond, theuce north until it shall be ten
rods on a line, thence west to me piaee oi oesiin
ning, except a certain piece out of the northeast
corner, four 4j rods east and west and three "
rods north and south, and, also, a certain piece
out of the north-west corner, two 2 1 rod north
and south, and three 13 rodi east and west.
l.Klrrl.N 1-AUlnit i.
Circuit Court inumr lnqh,f Co., Mich.
Er.it m Prisolk, Sol'r for Compl't.
Dated, Mason, June 1. lSii'.. tw2l.
BY VIRTUE or a IVcretal order ot tne t ir
cuitCourt lor the county of Ingham.in Chan-
.1.. ..i. ..t inr;i a I)
eery, tuau on me j "I -
1S5'. in a cause wnerein Jiionzo i.enueii, auun
istrator of the estate of Allen Bennett, deceased,
is complainant and Barney Johnstone and Sarah
Johnstone, bis wife, are defendants, I, the sub
... :i.e the) Circuit Court Commissioner for the
county of In -lit 01, State of Michigan, wi'd sell at
..i.iii. .notion, at the Court House in the village
of Mason, in sai.l county, on tne yj.i uay 01
July next, A. P. 1$5,1 at o clock in the
afternoon of that day, the land m said decretal
order contained and descrilied as follows, to wit :
TTw aoiithwest ouaiier ot section intneen v 1 - in
township one (1) north ct range two yz west, m
Mnntf of Ingham and State of Michigan, con
taining one hundred and sixty acres of land, ex
cepting and forever reserving front the above
described land fortv acres off from the south side
thereof heretofored deede.1 to Jiarcns .nnnww,
' GRIFFIN PADDOCK,
Clreuit Court Cammisnontr,
In216:6w.l W"" Co., MicMy.it.
L. CniPWAS, Sorr for Compir.
Dated, Mason, June Sd.1859.
11TALL PAPER a splendid stock of
Stwloa inol rtteeived at the
CITY BOOK STORE.
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER.
E3r n n 3E s
JUST ARRIVED AT THE
CO Tr- fJ 5rjrt S r)
T. D. BILLINGS,
AND WILL UK SOLD
Cheaper than the Cheapest!!!
io lira Keltic TlM'V KMak fur
Tli'iiiMlv Won't I Hr
oltl,a tlii') must Im' Kohl.
FIFTV THOI'SAND roil.NDS OF
"75?" O O 3Ej
IN EXCHAN..E FOR CASH
T. D. niLIJiV.ii.
J V VI RTL'E of a decree of the Circuit Court
. for the county of Ingham, in Chaneerv,
made on the 23d day of December, A. D. Is.'.Sj
in :t certain cause therein renditi!?. wherein Ezra
l.ni-i is complainant, and Sawver J. IH-kw.tod,
Hannah II. Lock wood and Joshua I'hilo are de-
f.Ti.Lmts, I, tlio Hubs ribcr, Circuit Court C 111-
missioner for the eaid county of lu'-hum, will sell
ut public auction, to the highest bidder, at t'ie
ourt House in the village of Mason, in cail
oiititv, on Fridav. tho l.Mh day of July next. A.
D. Itsj'J at one o'clock in the afternoon of said
1 iv, tho following described lands, to wit : All of
lli. north half of the pouth half of section eigh
teen, in town one, north of range one east, con
taining sixty-eight and one-halt acres, according
to tho V. S. survey. Ingham countv. town of
Bunker Dill, and State of Michigan.
Circuit Court CvtnnCr, liujhani Co., M-rh.
Kiin.RV Si Conei.y, Sol'rs for Comp't.
Dated, Mason, May 25, 1S.VJ. i;w21.r
1)Y virtue of a decretal order ol the 'ircuit
t Court for tho county ot In-'ham, in Chance
ry, made the 2:Jd day tif D-cenil.. r, A. D. ls.'.sm
cause wlierem John Stephens h couinluiu.iiil.
and Horace Smith and Harriet X. Smith are de
fendants, I, the subscriber, the Circuit Court
Commissioner for the countv of Iii"liiuii hikI State
of Michigan, will sell at publie auction, at the
Court House in the village ot ' M.tson, in said coun
ty, on the 22d day of July, A. D. 1 at one
o'clock in the afternoon of that dav, the lands
mentioned and descrilcl in ttaid decretal order
as follows, viz: la the town of Leslie, county of
Ingham and State of Michigan, commencing at a
point twenty-four (21) rods east and thirty-two
(:i2) south of the quarter poet between sections
twenty-one (21) and twenty-eight (2S), in town-
uip Xo. tine (1) north ot range one (1) west,
running th.-nco east sixteen (It-.) rods, thence
south six (C) rods, thence west sixteen (16) rods,
them e north six (0) roIs to tho place of begin
ning GRIFFIN TADDOCK.
Circuit Court Commissioner.
Johnson & Iliunv. Sol'rs for Com.
Dated, Mason, Juno 1, lSfiV. Iiw21.!t
rY virtue of one execution issued out of
) and under the seal of the Circuit Court for
the county of Ingham, to me directed and deliv
ered, 1 have this dav levied uttonall the right, title
and interest of John Politick, in and to the fol
lowing real estate, to w it : the west half of the
north west quarter of nectioii twenty -eight, (2S
and also, the east halt of the south east quarter
of portion twenty-nine, (21.) Utth pieces of land
being in town three ''.) north f range one (1)
cast, county of Ingham and State of Michigan,
which I shall expose for sale at publie auction, at
tho Com I House, in the village of Maon, iu
said county of Ingham, on Saturday, the o.ith
day of Julv next, .-.tone o'clock in the atiern.xin
of's ii.1 day! Dated, Mason, June 1st, A. D. l!v.!.
EDV BAKER, SheiitV.
By I. H. Vandercnok, Under Sheriff.
r.RKELEY'S OVERLAND LETTERS.
NOW IS THE TIME To SUBSCRIBE.
The first of Mr. Greeley 's In-tters from Kansas,
Utah, California, appears this week. His
Letters are looked for with much interest, and
will all appear in the Semi-Weekly and Weekly
Tribune, as well as in the Daily. Terms: Daily,
Semi-Weekl Tribune, S; Weekly Tribune,
2. For club terms, see Tribune ol any date.
Address, HORACE GREELEY & CO.,
2w21 1 Tribune Buildings, X. Y.
CJ TATE OF MICHIGAN", County of Ingham, ss.
KJ AtapessionoftheProbateCourtf.tr the
countv of Ingham, liold- n at the Probate Otfiee,
in Mason, on 'Monday, the 3"th day of May, in
the vear one thousand eight bundled and hit v
nine. Present. Win. II. Pinckiier, Judge cf
Prottate. In the matter of the estate of Elisha P.
Boswcll. deceased. On reading and filing the
petition, duly verified, of Elizabeth Boswcll, wid
ow of said deceased, praying that administration
may be grant.nl upon said estate to said petition
er and Jos. phus Woodhull.
Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, he 2th
day of June next, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon,be assigned for the hearing of said petition,
and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all
other persons interested in said estate are requir
ed to appear at a session of said I ourt, then to
be holden at the Probate Office, in the village of
Mason, and show cause, if any there lie, why
the pi aver of the petitioner should not be grant
ed: And it is (nether orJtrt-J, that said peti
tioner give notice to the persons interested in
said estate, ot the pendencv ol said petition, and
the hearing thereof bv causing a copv ot this
ordr t be published in the Lansing Republican,
a newspaper printed and circulating in said coun
tv of Ingham 3 successive weeks previous to
tid dav of hearing. f A true copv.
W .M. II. PINCKNEY,
3w21! Judge of Probate.
lro bate ,wotie.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Inghaui,si
At a sesssiou of the Probate Court for the
countv of Ingham, LoMen at tho Probate Office,
in the village of Mason, on Monday, the ICth
day of May, in the year one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-nine. Present, Wm. II.
Pincknev. Judge of Probate. In the matter of
the estate of Oliver B. Rice, deceased. On reading
and filing the petition, duly verified, of Doralha
Rice, (widow of said deceased,) praying among
other things, that letters of administration may
lo is-ued upon said estate to the said petitioner.
Thereupon it is ordered, that Moudav, the
20th day of June next, at 1 1 o'clock in the
forenoon be assigned for the hearing of said pe
tition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased.
and all other persons interested in said estate,are
reouired to tpnear at a session of said Court,
then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the
village of Mason, and show cause, if any there
lie, why the prayer of the petitioner should not
lie- granted : A J it i further orJsrrl, that said
petitioner give notice to the persons interested
in said etate, of the pendencv of said petition.
and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of
this order to be published in the Lansing Kfpuh
liran, a newspaper printed and circulating in
said county of Ingham, 3 succeive weeks, pre
vious to said dav ot hearing. A true copv. 1
WM. H. PINCKNEY,
Sw21S Judge of Probate.
iTj 03 - vy" 2a g
DF. RATH has just received a large and well
selected assortment of Jewelry, at his
NEW STO RE,
One door South of Coryell i Jcm'sons, consisting
of all the latest stylos of
Jewely,6o1d & Stiver Vatchesc,
Ilavino; purclia.sel my Stock tn-
tirely in the Eastern market, and for C'.wA, I Hat
ter myself that I can sell Genuine Jewelry as
cheap aa any establishment west of the city of
Xew York. I deal in none but the
Choicftt Vari'tiet anil most ApjirocJ Styles!
Having had a long experience in the business,
I am thus enabled to purchase tho oentine ar
ticle, and consequently none other are offered at
my counter. Knowing tliat I can sell a licttcr
article for a leas price than any other establish
ment in the city of Lansing,! invite all who wish
to invest in my line, to give me a call liefore pur
chasing elsewhere. Jievtnnfor ! D. F. RATH,
one door South of Coryell i Jenison, Washing
ton Avenue, City of Lansing.
I keep a first class workman, an J one who can
not lie beaten at watch repairing by any work
man in the country. His work is warranted to
lie superior to that of any other ever employed
in Lansing. Z3f" Watches and Clocks repaired
and Warranted. D. F. It ATI I.
City of Lansing, May li, lsiv.
Ill STATE AI TIIOIglTY
ti voted t
Fire Inula;! nee I'jitliiiv.'l v.
CASH ASSKIS .
S. I.. LOOM IS, 1're-i.let.t.
II. KKIJ.'Kiii, Secetaay.
PraLrh ftlice, CI & V. .;. St , Cinciuuutli
M. M Uilt l .lienertl Aent.
Agents in the principal Cities and Tawns in the I'uinn.
LOSSES PItOMIThV IAIO.
Appli-'ationa reeeive.l, an 1 Policies issued and renewed by
;HI A. AnMSTt!. IN... Aijeiit,
at l.tn-ioir. ly'JI'J
"Y virtue of one execution issued out of the
) Circuit Com t for the countv of Ingham,
State of Michigan.to me directed and delivered, in
favor of John Rayncr, agtinst Wii iam P. Ilaz
ard, I fhall sell at public auction, at the Court
House in the village of Mason, in said county of
Ingham, on J-rnlay, the I:.tli day of July, A.
D. 15'.', at one o'clock in the afternoon of that
day, the following described real estate, to wit :
all that tract or parcel of land situate in the
township of LeRoy, county of Ingham, State of
.Michigan Wounded as follows : beginning at tho
south west corner of section seven 7 1 in said
township ol I,enoy, and running north thirty
I ::o I rods, thence cast twentv-three 1 23 1 rods.
thence south to the south line of said section,
thence west to tho place ot beginning, containing
four and one half acres of land.
EDY BAKER, Sheriff.
By I. II. VANDERCOOK, Under Sheriff.
Dated, May 23, 1S5'.. f.w2I:'.
virtue of a decretal order of the Circuit
Court for the countv of Ingham, iu Chance
ry, made on tho 'JSth day of April A. D. 1S5S,
in a cause wherein David Gould is complainant
and Stephen S. Gi.lney, Elia Gidury, George A.
Wallace, and Kurotus YV . Harncs, ure defendants,
I w ill sell at public auction, at the Court House,
in the village of Mason, in said countv of Ing
ham, on the 7th day ol July next, at one o'clock
iu tins a Item, ion . that d.iv. the lands in said
lecretal order described, vix : lots two, (-2) three.
(Ul six, (fi) and Seven, (7) in I !-k k Xo. sixteen,
(Dl I in the village of Stoi-kl.ridge, in the coun'v
id Jngnani, an I Mate of Michigan. Dated, M iv
2, lvV.i. GRIFFIN PADDOCK,
Circuit Coin t C:ii. of Ingham Countv,
CASH! ( ASH! I ASH!
THE CASH TRADE
liKAUTV. STYI.K, FASHION. VA-
RIKTY AND ECONOMY
ConiMned, ami witliin the lench of ALL!
ladies and Gentlemen,
-MT'J :u i."i'i"'Gi.., cx:aitnno
liooJ.i and Fries, and seo wlietlnr every-
4 1 . l'iiim:iitt t n
lionv keep? tLo
Largest Stock in the Cilv,"
OK SELLS THE CHEAl'EST.
CASH FOR WOOL.
Lvnsino, May 2'-th, 1S.V.
iT7r., the undersigned, haVing Iteen appointed
1? commissioners bv the Judge of Probate,
to divide and set off, and sever the real estate of
which Win. C. Leek died seized, among the heirs
and widow of said Wm. C. Leek, deceased: Xo-
tice is therefore hereby given, that we will meet
at the Louse of the sai 1 Wm. C. Leek, deceased.
on the premises to be divided in the township of
Alaicden, on Wednesday tho Sth day of June
next, at t o'clock A. M., for the purpose of ma
king a division of the estate of saij deceased, as
att'resaiJ. Pate I, Lausiug, May 31st, 1S5'..
MINOS Mt ROBERT,
la 214 . Conttn'usivners
VIRTUE of a writ of execution issued out
of and under the teal of the Circuit Court
for the countv of Ingham, and State of Michigan
to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon
all the right, title ard interest of Edward Elliott
in and to the following described lands and tene
ments, to wit: the build'igs on the south forty
four feet of lot six, (and tho lease of the
ground thereon) In b'ock one hinxlred end
eleven, and lot seven, in block one hundred and
eleven and tenements; also the entire block sev-enty-thrte,
said property leing situated in the
city of Lansing, county of Ingham and State of
Michigan, which I shall expose for sale at public
auction or vendue, at the front door of the Court
House, in the village of Mason, on the twenty
third day of July, A. D. 1 S5i, at one o'clock P. M.
of said day. Dated, Lansing, Mav 25th,
EDY BAKER, Sheriff,
7w215 By H. H. DUNKS, Deputy.
Conell & Jenison
I RE now receiving direct from Xew York,
21. Boston, and Philadelphia, one of the largest
Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Crockery and Hard
ware, ever before offered in this city, to nhich
they invite the attention of all concerned.
Knowing that money is the great lever of A a
i;m tu-tlous, and that people think more of their
"dime" than they do of anything else, and that
the great absorbing question is, "Where can I
trade tlie cheapest, and thereby save the most
money ?n we answer in as few words as possible,
that this is
'X' II H rtiACE,
Where you can invest your money and obtain
more O'oo-Is far a dollar than at any other Store
in town. We have adopted the na-ly pay sys
stem, and we are determined to make it an ob
ject for ALL who wish to pay down for their
goods to trade with us. A difference of at least
twenty-five per cent, (in favor of our customers)
will readily be seen, between our prices and
those who trust. We mean what we sy, aud
will satisfy all who call on us, that it is a Fact.
We particularly invite the Ladies to examine our
stock of beautiful
Silks, fi loves, s-hawls,
Challies, Gauntlctts, Skirts,
DcLaines, Mittt, Embroideries,
Cashmeres, Hosiery, linens.
Merino's, Trimmings, Undersleevcs,
Muslins, Ribbons, Collars,
Ginghams, Parasols, Cottons,
Cambrics, Hoops, Prints,
And cards and stacks ofotl.tr goods, too numer
ous to mention.
7. the tantieme n we would merelv s.iv that
we are doing Some in the clothing hue, aud pn
pose to clothe a man all over iu a shape and style
that his shadow won't be afraid to follow him, and
To Hie World at la.-ire
We sav give us a call and satisfy vourselves that
then, is one store in tow u where vou can get the
best of goods at astonishing low prices, as we are
determined to sell 'immU cheaper thnt thev were
r before sold in this market. No grumbliii".
or charges made for showing rtjds.
Store in the Holmes Si Wright Mock, one door
south of Burr Si Grove.
COKYCLL aV Ji:lwO.
I.tinsiug Mav in, '...
virtue of" one execution issued out of and
under the seal of the Circuit Coiut for the
county of Ingham, to me directed and
hlivered, I have levied upon all the right.
title and interest of Cl aries W. Ball and Elliott
U. Ball in and to the 1 tllowing described lands
and tenements, to wit: beginning at the south-
west comer of the cast half of the north-east
1'iai ter of section twenty-three, in township two
north of rage one cast, and running east on line
of paid lot five chains, thence north twelve chains,
thence west five chains, thence south twelve
chains, to the place ot beginning, containing six
acres of land in the countv of Ingham, and
State of Michigan, which I shall expose- for sale
at public auction, on the 2:;d day of June, 1 S.I.,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon ot said day, at the
Court House, in the village of Mason, iu said
county. EDY BAKR. Sheriff.
Mason, May ft, lC.V.i. Cit 211
Lansing City Foundry!
II V TIIO.TlilK A CO.
t1 RIST AND SAW MILL GEARINGS, M PLY
T Iron Saw-Gearings. Wood Saws. Building
Irons of the nio3t
1 111 proved Patferii,
Made to order on thort notice. AlsoPlows.
Cultivators, and all kinds of
On hand or made to order. Engines and Thresh
ing Machines repaired on short notice.
tSf All work warranted charges moderate.
A. B. WAT KINS,
lv212 JOHN TOOKER.
Y virtue of two writs of execution issued
y out of and under the seal of the Circuit
ourt for the county of Ingham, to me directed
:i'id delivered I have levied upon all the right.
title, and inter, st of John McKaugh, in and to
tin? following descrilied lands and tenements to
t: the east half of the south west quarter
of section nineteen l'.', in town tb'c.;:; north
of range two I if I west, in the countv of Iiil'Ii.iiii.
tnd State of Michigan, w hich I shall cxnose tor
tie, at public auction, or vendue, at the Court
House in tlx-village of Ma-.oii, 011 the jd divot
July, ut one o'clock P. M.
EDY BAKER, Sheriff.
By II. If. DUNKS, Deputy.
Dated, Laiiaing, May U'.th, ls.V.. 7w2l2
"jVJoTICE is hereby given, that a meeting of tht
11 Stock holders of the Flint & Pere Maniuett.
Railway Company will be held at the office of
said Company, at the city of Flint, on Monday,
the .tti day ot June next, at 2 o clock, P. M.,
for the purpose ol holding an election of a Board
of Directors, and to transact such other business
as shall come lefore them.
By Order of the Directors,
MORGAN L. DRAKE, Sre.
A I -ill Is, W... Cw2io
xJTATEOF MICHIGAN, County of Ingham, ss
O At a. session of the Probate Court for the Co
of Ingham, holden at the Probate I Mlice iu the vil
lage of Mason, on Monday, the :;oth day of May,
111 the vear one thousand eight hundred aud
fiftv-i :ne. Present, Win. II. Pincknev, Ju l
01 rronaie. 1:1 me mailer 01 cue estate 01 Win.
Phipps, deceased. On reading and tiling the
petition, duly verified, of Feter Phipps, father
said ol deceased, prating that letters of admin
istration may be granted to said Peter Phipps,
upon said estate.
Thereupon it is ordeied, that Monday, the 2Uh
day of June next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
Im assigned for the hearing of said petition, and
that the h. irs at law of said deceased, and all
other persons interested in said estate, are re
quired to appear at a session of said Court,
then to be holden at tlie Probate Office, in the
village ot Mason, and show cause, if any there
be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not
be granted: An J it is further ,r,!ere.J that
said petitioner give notice to the persons interes
ted in f aid estate, of tlie pendency of said iieti
lion, and the bearing thereof, by causing a cor"y
of this order to be published in the Lansing ,
i.nhUcav, a newspaper printed and circulating
said coun'y of Ingham, " successive weeks previ
ous to said dav ot hearing. A true copv.
WM. II. PINCKNEY,
214v,:s Judge of Probate.
irtue of an execution issued out of and
under the seal of the circuit court for the
countv of Ingham, to me directed and delivered.
I have levied upon all the right, title and interest
of Austin Paine, in and to the following desert
lied lan ls and tenements to wit : Tlie north part
of the north east quarter of south west quarter
and the r.orth part of south, east quarter of see
tion (31) thirtv-one: also, all the right, title, and
interest of B. M. Clark, in and to the south east
quarter of the north west quarter of section
(31 ) tlurtv-O'ic; also, all the right, title, and in
teret of John M. Hudson, in and to the south
part of the east half of the south west quarter
ana the south part of the west hall of pouth
east quarter of section ("1) thirtv-one. All the
above descrilied land being on section (SI 1 thir
ty-one, in township (1) north of range (1) west,
cour.tv of Ir.gliam, State of Michigan, which I
?ha'I expose for sale at public vendue, to the
highest bidder, at the court house, in the village
of Mason, on the 7th day of July, A. D.,
at one o'clof k P. M. Date.", Mason, Mav 17th.
1 S !. EDY BAKER, Sheriff.
QQAA TIIE SUBSCRIBERS WISH
IOUU to employ an active reliable man
iu evtry county, to travel and take orders by
KENNEDY'S MEDICATED SEOARS
-VXD TOBACCO. Will pay a salary of 60O to
Sfei per year, payable monthly. or sampie
and full particvalars, address
KRUGER & PRESTON, Tobacconists,
5w214 2J WiUIam street. New York.
A. TURNER & CO.
We have rvc our Spring Stock of
WE Kill . I j j SIXK Til ETI
Than any other Store in the t'itv,
titlit r at ltjit rttr Lvcr Town !
We can show the La.lie llan.l
l'ou 11. 1 at
We Pell Jiea.lv Ma.le Clolhin-r.
We sell Cloths.
We Pell DoiiKslie (J 00. Is
Wo sell JTalrt am I C'ajs.
We Hell 1 J. K.ts antl Shoes.
We pell Yankee .Notions'.
We Pell Hardware.
We sell ( rocerics.
We take in exchange Produce
We tlo an ihinir, .mr Customers: wish.
We phall not In; undersold.
We shall receive NewGtKMlsYvceklv.
We phall have every article called for.
We shall at all times have the
to select from.
SHOULD like to haveeve-
rson call ami see our stock.
We know Yve can lilease evorv IxmIv.
We shall sell more GixkIs than any
oil ier Store, lrecau.se yvc shall yell
ClieajxT. Call at
A. TURNER & Cos.,
JiTiwer Town, and see.)
Lansing, April 21st, 1850.
3L (B S S
A rAVOKITi: ROUTE
East aud North West.
llelroit and Milwaukee Railway,
(Open to Like Michigan.)
Swift Lt'tf-1'rcxsnre First-Class Steamer x.
City of 4T r lii.l, snd C'le rlint,"
(tli-.r-.u.-lily refitted f.ir this route.)
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, April lit!.,
IS.V.t, Passi-nger Trains will run as follows:
a4ine IVowl :
I Mail Miel Ac.in. I-upress.
I I' M A. M. I I A. H.
Susp Bri.lsf..,dsrt,.... D Jil 4 'Ju Hi "u
letroit, depart, 7 l.S! 4 4ri 0
Kenlonviile, arrive '.t ! X'.j 7 :tl
Ownaeo, ..... IU 6o 7.401 1115
r. a I a a.
St.Johns, .1.. . V :'A g 15
Cand Kapids.do 3 (if. Vlii 2 X,
n;ra.id lUven.d t 4 4't :t Mil 3 fel
la a. I r. m i I "
Milwaukee, arr !:m iV. l 15
ts'oing East ;
I Aco fKxpr'-lMiied 1 1 1 press
M.lwaukee, d lt . J H l la 3U
" a. a. a. m v. m.
;raudnven,...lep 4 145
(iranl lUpida.anive 5 '." b 3'l M
St.Johns, do 7 ST. "55 (hi
.t..sQ do 3'l ll'Ji) g ift
a. a r. m.
Ientr.ville, d . ... 7 uu 9 5s "15
'Iletroit. arrive. do... 4o 1215 f..:l ft lift
I f. .Mj . M. r. N.
Susp. Hridire, arrive, V '.,'., 'J 55 4 Wt I 4 60
ilefreahmeuu HoM in la-pot at (irand Haven.
I!.t will k-ve Milwaukee i SA11 KIIAY'S at . M
fir Saturday Niirht'a L press paseeners west, but 4 A
M tram will rr i: a o ?i vmts.
Trains lave termini daily. Sundays eepted.
THE TlUJiKAI'II 1JNK is n.w open f.-r I'thlie Mcjsi-
AT 1'f.TKoir iireat Western Railway for all point
Kj-t M.chirKit Central and Michigan Southern I'.aiir'.a li
aud tjetelanj Ijne -r Steamers
AT l. KAMI II t VEX With 'Horin" "learner lur VU
AT MII.WAl'KEK With the Mi-siasippi, j.er.s,tl
caco. Walertoa o, and lloncou Railroads, f.n all imprt
ant points We-t and Northwest, and tl V.ssisi.i
l:ner, and with Steamer" for forte on lake Michigan.
rss-nsers fr i rest Western Railway n on the Rail
way Kerry Steamer, at I. M. K. Ituck, ieavinr trk at
. IfJ A. M . 1 .t P. M , aod 7 V. M.
XKilir TRAINS on the ti. W. R. have fclJXI'IN".
The Company 's Time Tables can be ha 1 at any of
W. K. Ml in.teenT?up'U
ft. 4 M. K. Offices, Aptil, 159.
VLL persons indebted to us on book account,
or note, will i .lease call and settle without
A. TURNER Si CO.
lousing, April 1.
IS IN FULL BLAST.
An airv.light. Billiard II om, with two
Tables', both new and First-Rale." A convenient
An orderly, yvcII eupplied suit of
Where w ill be found all the defisarie of the sea
son, with a constant supply of Fresh Oysters.
An extensile Grocery Establishment, with a
Stock, Cotifeetionerv, and other articles usually
dealt in, in that line.
The public are respectfully invitea wcau ia
I eIMnilw for themselTeB.
THE HIGHER CHRISTIAN LIFE, by Board
man, just received at the
CITY BOOK STORE.
Take them and Livo !
1ST Xecleet them and Die. ffl
IIkkkkx 'a Pro Crura ti..
ami km hTwauniKaiso li inuaa
txks. Theae ansarpaased. resaa.
dies have, by ennina ceruent of
mankind, been plaead at tha bea4
( ail Mtuilar preparations, ller
ricL'a efe table fills, in universal
onanust, safety and certainty in
tbe cure of the various ihsrs .n of
man, etcel all aihera, and their
ale anquetttionaMy is treble that
i all ulnar linda. Ia f nil dtwea
they are active Cathartic, ia
l-analler uWe I.c. and cleaaainf
in all tiiUkwe Complaints, Sick
Ueadaclte, Liver IWa.ee. knlse
4irBincaU. Stovnacu lsaur
Jars, and sin Arlectmas, they
-ore aa if by TLe-
Via are purely wro,uUr, can is
-akeu at auy time by wU er f,mmj ,
. iiuvu -uauir- ,m riumywem tsr
ivt Wrrrxry is a Kva4 medicine)
4ucn i.'s,riy wmra, Dal wbea
sVxanpunled 111 a 1'itllW uuiveraal
it ttrsrevt. inMrxtot of beuetit-
in the palM-nt llemck's Saar t-alej 1'ilU hatenev
rr beu ia.icn to MMi-e sore tu.mlli aod acU.u joiuts,
a have ...me tb-r. Iliervf.sre, ra in want.-f a
laiuilv IMI, p!eaant t.t take, certain to cure, and ued by
millions, will certain' y h'k f.r no .Hher. Tftese fill are
rvfr! with a ctui( vf pule white su(ar, ni ta-le ol
nmlirine at-. .it them. Iut are as ras.lv tak.-a as b ts .4
cnfect..iHrv FAMILY It .IMS', CKSIJ ; & MUXES,
Il4rri4 k,w KtreiiKlheiiiiig
TUr-e rvn-.eiMI I'laatrrs cure .os. w.-aknesK ant di-Ire-s,
in II. e back, ail and bieast, ia ti.e knn lu
.Wl, mi certain are thi-y to do this that the Crepra-t.w
aarrants them. Spn aJ fnwn lesnw, tstlsama and gunis,
n lieaut.ful hid k-alher, r.-nlers i1miu -ul.arlv a.lspt
r l to the want- .4 i:mM,t aul otli.Ts r'a.-h lla.ter will
aear ( run .me to four nneitbs, and in llvanutie rsHii
pla.uts, epiams an-l I rui (, trrouentl, ethvt rules,
elnUt all other ivumlies tailed, trull di'rrtMws will he
f".Hi l .u the ba.-k of r. -k. I'ublic speaker., vocallsta,
ministers it tin-... 1 and others, will itrentrtltea their
luns aud iitiproa their .. by a -ai ui tktm in the
'.'corf I'lSI.'L l CKNTS.
lr. 'nall- MKnll Cntarrh tinHlT.
lias oMained snentiahle reputati.ss iu the cure ofCa
tarih, l.vs vt Vi c, IVatiH-s, Watery and lnllsai-4
t.yrr. and lli.'-s Jivi.wal.ie uises, it-fa-iublin the
lur.ii .f strain, distant waterfall., etc ; purelv veget
able, caies ill, lull dnerti.ius, and .h-liht-all that use
it : as a Mire suurl it ctbiiot be eNitr I'KI.'K 1-J
ll.a.KVKM.'S etlXlliriOH IIIWUKK.
The-e ! I stl.li-l.ed IVxr.te.s, . w-ll I a.vl at the
l -i l-land Ktirr 4'af, N. V , aul w II iu lunuease
iua.itiles thr..ut:h tho Mi t.ll aud trVtnu Stah-s t.t the
p-t erii years, colli mue l evrel all other kin Is . iii
1,1 f..rwliii.ll'.i:i. IU-ir e. li. u.-e is aekuoat
e ftvt yi. krj i- n.ey c.-nt tiu uothiu iujuriwu., tlie
animal ran Is, wotkr.1 while !.!. 11 them ; ample dure
t ons with each IM. an I .l hiKsvnieu are lu it-
tet their v.rt.H-s and ju Vr o( their icsfn-r,.
I.AKi.K I'.U k AtiKS, -itl N TS
t. TLe aU.te arlu-lrs are sold by gT.ltiM ak-esit.
thr.iuh.iut thr t inted State., Canada, aud Smth. Ameri-
at wholesale by all lanre lrojsU ia the riucil
en.. IlKlUil. K HKi'IIIIKS.
V, fin VmiJ.-, .I'siay, .V. I.
4w Sold at Ijius iiij hv all dealers in Me.U-iur,, ail I by
Ucuk.'irrls and country M.-r.-lia.ita evrrva here.
K. II I'AI.Mr K. TVannan A Hit.
1R. .1. W. KeRMOTT's ('KIKBUATaD
Yr.iKTAiii Mr iuciacs, manufactured only by
Dr. J. W. Kennott, for II. M. Gidiuan li Co., at
their store, No. 1 4 C.ingresrt st., Detroit, Mich.
t our-oi mi hxTKAt'T or YNiLi.ow, a itositive
an.l never-failing cure for Ague, Chill Fever and
lwllious DiS4as.-s. It is a mild yet powerful tonic
in all c.ts.s of debility, indigestion, dyspepsia,
and weakness of the stomach.
Co eo c mi M AMtKAKK, or AiHriciii Ami Bil
ious Pills, the best purgative now known. These
pills combine power with mildness of action, ami
in no case produce subsequent const ipalion.
Extract or BtACkHKUitr, a vegetable Summer
Complaint cure. The only certain remedy in
Dysentery, Bloody Flux, Cholera, t Ixilcra Mor
bus, C ramps, Ac.
Ycuetahlk Pi i.mosarv IlAl.SAM, a safe and
cei -tain cure for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Itron
chitis. Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Ac.
tf tor Certificates, Ac, see t irculara, to lie
had of Druggists aud Medicine Dealers generally.
For sale by K. Til AY Els Agent,
Sold by D. L. Crossnian, Ingham; Thayer &
Co.. and S. D. Ncwbro, Lansing; and ( . Grattoii,
William st. mi. lv-2o7.
Iat-iit t'hnriiw anl aliiii.
WARRANTED to give (tttrfc t satisfaction or
no sale? Tlicse machines surpass all oth
ers now in use, for simplicity, durability, utilly
and execution without the (.lightest injury to
clothes. We will send the- waehers for trial
to the houses of those wishing to purchase, aa
they require to Im used to lie rightly appreciat
ed. Also, constantly on hand or made to order ,
all kinds of
('11(11' K It YV OHK,
Tnss) Hoops, Cisterns, Packing Barrels, putter
Firkins, Wash Tubs, Well Bucket', Sap Buckets
Ac, at prices to Suit the times. One door not lb
of the Episcopal Church.
THOMPSON' Si HUNTER,
wi7, Jr. lySifj
TRUMAN BACoN .. DANIEL M. DUNKLE.
Take notice, that on the I'Jih day of Janua
rv, A. D. lS.V., a writ of attachment was issued
out of the Circuit Court for the county of Ing
ham, returnable on the P'th day of April, A. D.
1,V, in favor of the said Truman Bacon as
plain tiff, and against Daniel M. D ankle defendant,
tor the sum of five hundred dollars, and it ap
pears by the return of the Sheriff to said writ,
real estate has lieen levied upou by virtue there
of and that the said defendant could not lt found.
GEO. I. PARSONS, ITfT Atl'y.
May lib, !&. r.mjjl
DEFAULT having been made in the payment
of a certain sum of money ecurMl to be
paid by an indenture of mortgage, tearing dale
the twenty-fifth day of November, A. D. I lot,
executed by Aaron Nrri and Ituisa Norris, bis
wife, to David il. Mcflure, and record.;! iu the
office of Register of Deeds for the county of
Ingham, in the State of Michigan, on the Hth
dav of December, A. D. 1 SSI. at 8 o'clock A. M.,
in liber seven of mortgages, on pages CM and
1.15, by which default the power to sell contained
in said mortgage, has !ecome or?rati ve, on which
indenture of mortgage and the note promissory
to secure the payment for which it wa i-n,
there is claimed "to lc due at the date hereof, the
sum of two hundred and twenty-one dollars and
acventy cents (2I 7o), and no Btiitor proceed
ings having leen instituted at law to recover tho
debt secured by said indenture of mortgage or
any part thereof ; now, therefore, notice is here
by given, that by virtue of a power of sa con
tained in said indenture of m'irtgagc am! of the
statute in such cae made and provided, the said
mortgage will be foreclosed by public sale'of the
mortgaged premises, therein descrild as fol
lows, viz: all those certain pieces or parcels of land
ritua'te in the township ol loosing, and describ
ed as follows, vix: lota number seven (7) and
eight (fc), in block number twenty-one (21), in
the village (now city) of Ijtnaing, according to
the recorded plat thereof, being town 4 north of
range 2 west, county of Ingham and State of
Michiran, will be sold at public auction, to the
highest bidder, at the Court Houm in the village
of 'Mason, in the county of Ingham and State of
Michigan, on Monday the first day of August,
A- D 1653. at 2 o'clock P. M., of said day.
II. B. XeCLUEE and S. 3. CORYELL,
Executors of the last will and testament of
DAVID G. McCLUKE, Deceaeed,
Wm n. Piscksst, Att'y for mortgagee.
n.tA.4 Mt In. A. D. 1859. 13w211
THE combined Map of Jnyham and Ltetny
stm Counties is now ready tor delivery.
Subscribers will please take ,T'
iiuzW. GEIL, UAKUZ.M . CI
May 10, 1959.
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