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, Probafc Or:cr.: :
STATE OF MICHIGAN. County of Ottawa,
ss : .-At a session of the Probate Court for the
: count? orOttawa, holden at the Probate Oflico,
in the village of Grand Haven, .op Monday,
the eevond day of January, la tie year one
I , thousand right hundred -and tlxty.flve;
' Present, George l'erki, Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the estate vf Arie do Kelp,
deocated.' , ' .' . V , , ' ' ;
ON rcaJingand filing the petition, duly ver.
(."-J, of Cornelian A Iyr;;a, represent,
in Ue death if said dci tuJ that he died
teit-te.Jeaving e.utef la Ottawa County to le
ftdl'aktered, mad praying tbat'ei instrument
in ;iUng purortint be the last vriU and tea.
tamewtof ealdeaew: J nay kadir.Utd to Pro-i
bate, and that be, said Cornelius A. Nysson, be
aypoIcKd dinltntor of till fitnte. - p
TLereupon it i ordered that ?etiday, the
sixth day of February next, at tiro u'clotV in the
afternoon, be assigned, for the hearing of said
petition, and that the heirs at Jaw ofsaiddoeeas
ed Hud aH'Cthcf'pefjom interested, la eatd
estate, are required to appear at session tf said
court, then to be holden at the Probato Office,
io the Tillage of Grand Haven, and show cause;
if any there be, why the prayer of the petition"
r ahould not be granted. And it is further or
dered, thataaid petitioner give notice to all per
sons interested la said eat ate, of the pendency
of aaid, petition, and the hearing thereof, by
causing a copy of thla order to be published in
the Grand -Haven Newe,' ft newspaper printed
eodelrcttlatitig in said county of Ottawa, three
successive weokaprevieua t aaid day of hearing
w23o) . . t: it e' Judge of Probate;
. 'Probata -Order.
STATU OF M I CUM AN, County Of OUtawa; as :
At aeesalon or the Probate L'ourtior too coun
ty of Ottawa holden at the Probate Office, lu
the tillage1 of .Grand ITaven, on Monday, the
'second day of January, in ' tho year one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-fire :
Present, George Parks Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the potato of Nathan 0. Tra-
y, deceased. J 1
ON reading and fling the petition, duly Ter
med, of Hosea' Tracy, representing the
death of said deceased, and that be died in said
county of Ottawa, intestate, leaving estate there
in to be administered, and praying that admin
istration of his estate may be committed to him
aelf. ' . , , ' ... . .
i Thereupon it ii ordered, that Monday, the 6th
day of Febraary next, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon, be assigned for tho hearing of enid peti
tion, and that tho heirs at law of said deceased,
and all other persons interested in said estate,
m ffwmtred to miimr at a session of said court.
then, to bo holden at the Probato Office, in the
Tillage of G rand Havon, and show cause, if any
there be, Why tho prayer of tho petitioner should
nnt La trrtntml. And it ia further ordered, that
said petitioner give notice to tho next of kin of
said minors aud all other persons lnieresieu
in their estate, of the poodency of said 'pe
tition, and tho bearing thoreof by causing a copy
of this order to be published In the Grand Haven
News, a newspaper printed and circulating in
. aJd county of Ottawa, three successive weeks
prevloui to said day of hearing. ' "- "
; . v . OconoK Parks, v '
296w4j Judgo of Trobate.
STATE OF MtCIIIO AN, County of Ottawa ss:
At session of the' Probato Court for the coun
ty of Ottawa, holden at tho Probat Offioo, in
the village of Grand Haven, on tyondny the
ninth day of Jauuary, in the year one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-five:
Present, George Tarks, Judgo of Probate.
In tho matter of tho estate of Harm G. Knol,
. deceased. " , .' . ..
ON reading and filing the petition, duly ver
ified, of John Koopt, representing the
death of said deceased, and that he died testate,
leaving estate in Ottawa county to be adminis
tered, and praying that an instrument in writ
ing, purporting to bo the last will and testament
of said doceased, may bo 'admitted tn Probate,
and that he, aaid John Roost; bo, appointed Ad
ministrator of said est to. ' ,
Thereupon it is ordered that Monday, the
13th day of February next, at two .o'clock In
the afternoon, bo avsignod for tbo hearing of
aaid petition, and that the heirs al law of said
deceased, and all other persons Interested in said1
estate, are required to appear at a session ef
aaid court, then to bo holden at tho Probate Of
fice, in tho village or Grand Haven, and show
oause, if any there be, why tho prayer of the
petitioner stvoold not be granted., '.And U is fur
ther ordered, that said petitioner give notice to
the persons interested io said estate, of tho pen
dency of said petition, and the hearing thereof
by causing a copy of this) order U be published
in tho Grand Haven News, a newspaper printod
And circulating ia aai4 county of Ottawa, four
jjucccssive weeks previous to said dayof hearing.
Giokcb Parks. .
2V7w4 '' ; ' Judgo of Probate
-- . Frobatc IVoticc
STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ts :
At a session of tbo Probato Court for tho coun
ty of Ottawa, holden at the Probate Office, in
the viltage of Grand Haven, on Monday, the
twenty-third dny of January, la the year one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-five:
Present, Geargo Parks, Judge of probate i
In the ' matter of tko, estate of Itollin II.
QN reading and filing the petition, duly ver
ified, of Ephmitn Pelton, representing
the death of said doceased, and that he died
in said county of Ottawa, intestate leaving t
tate therein to be administered, and praying
that administration of said estate mny be com
mitted unto bim, tko said 1-phraim Pelton, and
Abigail Pelton. Thereupon .
It is ordered, that Monday, the 20th day of
Jtcoruary next, at two o clock in the afternoon
he assigned for the hearing of said petition, and
that tho heirs at law of said deceased, and all
other persons interested in said estate, aro re
quiord to appear at a session of said Court, then
to be holdon at the Probato Office, in the villase
of Grand Haven, and show cause, if any there
be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not
bo granted i . And it, is further ordorod, thatsald
petitioner give notice to tho persons interested
in said cstato, of the pendenev of said petition.
and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of
misoraer io do punnshed in the Grand Haven
Nkws, a newspaper printed and circulating in
said County of Ottawa, three successive weeks,
previous vq rn.ii nay oi nearing.
299w-l Judge of Trohate.
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THE A1IEEICAN INSTITUTION.
Tiik Grover A Baler Sewing Machiuo has
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N K. Bhould any Maoldno proven nsatisfaV
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FINKLK & LYON S. M. CO.,
No. '538 Broadway, New York . Iy274
IlttOOMH!? DIIOOIUS !
WK, tho undersigned, have just establish
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LATEST DISCOVERY !
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H.Squiers. , u , V
. , , J. Ryan, Croton,
, Lvi Shackelton, Muskegon, .
niastfl ', Thomas Wheeler, " .
Get a Sewing Machine 1
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'!U. KHADE m CO'S
PIAIIO FOETED. .
Ztii the followins cennendatory let-
tenfroa distlnsruithed Artists.
TTb. Kntba & Co. Genlletnem -
. After having played on the Piano of Messrs.
ICiubb A CO. It b Ifopowlble not to bear testi
mony to tbelr qualities which have acquired for
tnera the eminent reputation which they enjoy.
Tha Pianos of their manufacture, on which ' I
have played, are exceedingly reaoarkable for
.their quttlltles ef Tons. - The Base Is powerful,
without harshness; and the upper notes sweet,
clear and harmoniously mellow, (chrysulln,)
and I da not .hesitate to express In regard to
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' I eoristdt-r "WHllaip Koe- A VV Tlahes
the most perfect in ue, combining Iq the
hlghcxt deicnie the most valuable and essen
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in MuhIckI circles, aud will doubtless crown
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richly lucrit. Very truly, yours,
Chicago, June , IS64. t-OUIS STAAII.
I' 1 1
TreconimnJ the Flanoa of Mr. Ksibb to
everybody who wants a really first cln hitru-
Wra. Knaie k, Co. Gendemeti: '
1 have great pletwmre In certifying that I bave
tried your Square Pianos, aud find them equal,
If not superior, to any In this country. , Among
their treat qualities, which distinguish tliero.
Is the evenness of tone,' the agreeable and easy
touch, and volume of tone. Wishing you all
the success you so highly deserve, I am sir,
yours very truly, , linwituu.
Win. Kna.be X Co. Gentlemen:
I cannot but congrntulatc you upon the lm
menoe Drosreas and Improvements which you
: continually nialre on your Pianos, which, tn my
opinion, rank among the very .hlghent In this
country. - siUAiiusuiii
id Cancr K to.Gentlerieii: ,',V
Our Opera Troupe are at preaent using four
of vour Justlv celebrated Kmabb Punoo, and as
the exponent ef the views and opinions of the
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i:. iTlUZlOf Musical lKrtctor, Ital
ian Opera. Ihlcaffo, Je to. 1U, J SO.
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Having recently had opportunities of testing
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It gives me great pleasure to state that 1 have
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most brilliant player. lulling you every sue
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Musical Director of th German Opera.
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J. C. DAILY D. L. CHASM.. ,
MOllDECAI THOMAS, ' M. 1. KILDOHNi
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MORDECAI THOMAS, Gen'l Ag't.
IIOWAIU) ASSOCIATION, .
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t : .... i j .
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The Folding Case of the Family ' MacUa
ia a piece of cunning workmanship of, the roost
useful kind. It protects tho machine when not
in nso, and when about to be operated way: be
opened a a spacion and substantial table U
sustain -the work. While some of the Coses,
made out of the choicest womb?, are finished la
the almplest and chastest manner possible; oth
eis are adorned and embellished in most eostly
and superb manner.. - - - '. ! '..rr nt
It Is absolutely necessary to ,se the Family
Machine in opperation, so as to judge of its
great capacity and beauty. " ' . .y'
It is fast becoming as popular for family1 as
our Manufacturing machines are for manufac
turing purposes. j . f i
' Tho Kranch Offices aro well supplied Willi
silk, twist, thread, needles, oil, 4c, vf the' heat
quality. Send for a PAMPitt.KT. . ,
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPA
NY, 458 Uroadway, New York, Detroit Office,
58 Woodward Avenue. ' n285tf.
kf f,r 'ith
It l entirely noiseless, , , .. ..
A patented device prevents it being torricd
backward. . ,y Y t'l it.ill
The needle can not he set wrong. '
It received the Gold Medal of the American
Institute, in 1863. . , . . . .r
I Send for a circular containing full informa
tion, notices from the jres$, testimonials from
those using the machine, Ae
" " ' 1 - 'JAME.1 WILLCOX,11"11'
, Manufacturer, 508 Proadway, NewTerk.
TRINCIPAL OTIICZS:mi ; w
NEW YORtfSoft Broadway,"
'BOSTON 282 Washington street, o I
PHILADELPHIA 715 Chesnut street
,: CHICAGO 153 Lake atreet," ' ' ' 1 '
CINCINNATI 70 West 4th street, .! y. ,
J,ONDON 1.15 Regent street. . ,,' '
HAMBURG 44 Herman street,1 i' ' "
PARIS 82 Doiilcrard do Sebaslopor . t
ST. PETKRSUUKfl 15 Oorochovayr '
VIENNA 9 Wildprotmarkct, - ; .r; !.
BRUSSELS 12 RueCroisade.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, 292 Titt itreft.. :
July. 1S0. ' f273 In
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