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In tt.o conditions of a certain mortgage. whet el i he power therein contained lit be come operative), executed by dacob .Johnson and 'n Iih I Johnson, ot Decatur. Van Bureu Onntj Michigan, to lams Shoeklej of the auie place, ami bcanug date tho twonty-fouith Uv of Fabruar?, d., oe thousand eight liu'udi ven(y-three, and M recorded m the office of Uenister of Deeds of the Countv iif Van Burm. state of Michigan, on the twenty-fifth (Uy Of February, a. v., 1m7U, at one o'clock in the afternoon in liber II of mortga ges of page B96, and which said mortgage was duly assigned by said James shockloy U NSB. Johnson, of Ham Decatur, on the fourteenth I of May. a. i , 18T8, ami said assignment !H recorded in aaid office of the Begister of . eods on the second day of Juue, a. n., 1873, at page ol Lthsi 9 if mortgages, upou which mortgago their is claimed to bo due aud unpaid at the date of this notice the uum of ittv-tour dollars and teu cents, and no suit at Law or m Equity having been iuBtituted for the recovery of Bai l bum or any part thoreof. Notice ia therefore hereby given that on Mou lay the sixteenth day of March, a. d.. 171, at the hour of twelve o'clock, noon, of said day, 1 shall sell at public auction or vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or the Court i louse, in the village of Paw, (that being the place of holding the Circuit Court for said county), the premises descubed m said mort gage or so much as shall he necessary to sat isf v the amount then due on said mortgage with ten per cant, interest aod legal cosib. to gether with an attorney fee of tifteen dollars, stipulated for in said mortgage, that is to HVT, the following piece of land situated in the vil lage of Decatur. an Buren county, Michigau, commencing at the North-oast corner of the North-east quarter of (he south-west quarter .,f section twont v. ruuuiuir thome South six teen rods, thence West teu rods, thence North sixteen rods, thence last ten rods to the place of beginning, coutaimug MM acre or land. , atcd Decatur. Dec. 6th, 173. 977413. Nancy Johnson, Assignee of IfOftfiSfSf 1 asm A Coleman, Attorneys. MMMrdfsT Male Bj virtue of a wnt of Mention issued oat ol atui uuaer no soai or the ircuit Court for the county of an Buren u. -Mate, ol .Michigan, ana to uie uiiwm aim IshYSrsd, against the goods and chattels, lauds and tenements of Home Yalleeand Margaret Vaileo. tb defendants therein named, and iu fttOT of Martha H. Kitch. plaint iff, and lear ,ug date t'ic fifth dav o Dee hsf, A. I). 1878, I did. on the thirty-lira: dav of December. .. D., ono thousand eight hundred and seventy -tbreo. levy upon and take all t!ie right, fltlt and interest Of II e sail Henry Vattos and Margaret alio?, in and to flic following picl r parcel of Ian i lying and being in N an Bursa county, Michigan, and described aw tue west half 01 the soufh oast quarter of section num ber fifteen, ( 15) in township number three, (3) south of range number thiiteon. (18) west, in said county of Van Uiren. Michigan, which i shall expose tor public sale to the highest bid der, at tlio Jroui door of tlie Van Buren county court house, in the village of I'aw i'aw, at two o'clock in the afternoon of Satunlav. the four ' nth day of February, A. 1.. eighteen huu Ired and seventy-lour. h so much thereof as will I e DSOSSSSjrj to satistv t-n.nl execution, to gether with the casts allowed by law. 'ated. I'aw I'aw. January j, 1874. 979-47. John E, suowerman. Shontl. lrlg;iu' ial'. -Default of payment having been made of the money socured to be paid bv a certain indenture of mortgage exe cuted, "acknowledged and delivered iy David II. mith and Caroline D. Smith of Tine (drove, m the comity of Van Uuren. and State of Michigan, to David Wise of tho same place, bearing date the twenty-third day of August a. d. 171, and recorded in tho office of the :;egi-ter of Deeds for said count v, on the ;wenty-ninth day of August 171, in Liber 5 of mi rtgeg -. on page 487, on which mi rtgage there is claimed to bo due and unpaid at the 'late hereof tho sum of ono hundred and seven dollars and sevenry-soveu cents. besides an attorney fee of fifty' dollars stipulated in said mortgage to be paid iu case of any pro oomg taken to foreclose said mortgage. Notice - therefore hereby given that by virtue of a power to sell iu said mortgage contained, iu order to realize the sum of money due as afore said, together with the costs of foreclosure the following described lands situated iu the county of Van Huron, and State Ol Michigan, viz: Allot' that certain pieco or parcel of land from off the uorth side of the noitb frac tional half of the north-west fractions quarter of section number six fi) in town son two (2) south of range thirteen (13) west, and hounded as follows: ommeuciug at the north-west corner of said description, thence south thirty-two (32) rods, thence east one hundred and nmo (109 I rode thence north thirty-two C.12) rodb. thence west one hundred and eleven (111) rods to pla e of beginning, siid to contain twenty -two (22 acres of land according to the survey thereof. Also the following described piece of laud, vi. i rhi sourh sixteen acres of the south-west fractional quarter of section number thirty-one I 81 in township one (1) south of range thirteen 1 13) west in county and state aforesaid, containing - 'i-.en acres of land.both ot sai 1 parcels being :n sa: 1 OOOIltT, will he sold at public vendue to ihe highest 'bidder at tnofrdhl door or tho i rati house, in the village ot I'aw I'aw. in said county, that being the place, of holding the Circuit Couit thereor. on Satutday, thetlurtv flmt day of .January, a. d. 1S74, at one o'clock jx the aftenioon. Dated November 7th. 1873. 971U3 DAV1D WISE. Mortgagee. ;ii -habds DiBXCM. Atty's for Morigaeee. HrtcV DnfinM bavin boon in the pavment of a certain kodontut Ol mortgage, bearing date tlie thirtiotli day of ictober, a. P., 1871, executed by Malery II. Mers and his wue, Lucinda M. Mvern. ol t' e township of Vvaverly, Van Kuren county, state of Michigan, to Wm. R. Hawkins, of I'aw Pnw, Michigan, and recorded in the offi e of tue i;egistr of Deods of Van Uuren county. Stato f Nlichigan. in Liber No. 5. on page M 7. OB the tbirtv-flrsf day of (ictober. a. p., 171. ami :he amount ( laimc J to bo due tbereon. at tM lato of flu- not ire. being live hundred an 1 twontyaovu dolinrs and forty-four cents. iu tlndinj an attorney tee of twenty-five dollar-. ;i. : I'd for in Slid mortgage, and no suitor proceedings at law or in equity having been in tttnttd to recover the amount now due and iv aid, and secured by said nior'gage. or anv ;ar thereof: now, therefire. notice is hereby nton that, by virtue of a power of sale con tained in said mortgage, there will bo sold at public auction, to the highest bidder, on Satur day, the tweutv-fourth day of February, a. n., '.-! al !',. Ii ,i,t ,luu ill" tl.n Cimvl 1I.111KP in the village of I'aw I'aw. in said County of Van j . Mate of Michigan, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, the premises desenhed in Mid mortgage, or so much thereof as may .cccBsary to satisfy the amount due upon and securod to be paid by said mortgage, with interest and cost, said premises being described Hows, to-wit : the couth-east quarter of the south-east quarter ot .-ection twenty-eight, in township ono south of rango No. fourteen west. Dated Nov. 21st, 1878. 973tl3 Wm. 11. Hawkins, Mortgages. Chanecry Hkale Bj virlM of ade- ie made in the Circuit Court for the Ottntj Of Van Uuren. In Chancery, in a certain canso :..erein pending wherein Jason Canfleld as Trustee for George W'ortbington (. Co . is to phdMBti and Albison l lumerfelt and Alice . lumorfelf and .Morgan B. Danielson are de en lants. bearing date the 2 lth day of Septem C V, D. 1878. I suall sell at public vendno Mffhotl b ddnr. on BntnrdajtbaMtb day of NoTember. A. 1). 173, at one o'clock in the rnoon of that dav. at tho front door of the ourt House in the village of Taw I'aw. in the T.'vof Nan .ur.-n. and State of Michigan, the following described parcels of landsituat t in mid Coun'v and State, viz I I)tP num er one l I, two 'l 2 j and three 3 in Kinme s iddition to the villauo of Mattawan. according 0 ;hn rocor lcd plat theroof . Dated October lrt. 1S73. WV JOHN I. SHF.il M AN. Circuit ( ourt Com'r for Van Huron I o, lixcHABM A Bakjidm CompFta SoUoitora- TASTdESS! MEDICINES Castor ii and u LUUUmanv other nati ve i us medicines can I e Uken easily and safely Dutlriai at'O'l olt pme No taste. No smell, ftold by all drnggists m oit: Send for circular to 35 Wooeter stret. sew York. nsoioiwa CONFIDENCE MONEY ABOUNDS! But DRYC OODS Still Mors Abound! Van Auken & Co. Still continue to lead the dry goods trade, (ioods of all kinds cheaper than ever was known. $30,000 BUT Cloths, Clothing, Hats and Caps, BOOTS & SZXOES, That will bo sold iu the nest Sixty Days at uuheard ot L W PRICES Tii times faaaad reduetious, aud we have made them la every depart merit. MAGNIFICENT LINE OF Dress Goods, Trimmings, Fancy Goods, tfec. EVERYTHING NEW AND STYLISH. SHAWLS Of ever if Style and Pattern. SCARFS, NUBIAS, Misses and Children's KNIT GOODS HOODS, CAPS, SCARFS, BOOTEES and LEGGINGS. A LARGE GLOVES & HOSIERY Of all kinds and qualities, tleet Kid Glove in tue market. Every pair warranted- LADIES' UNDERWEAR of all kinds at very Low Prices. HE LABGI8T STOCK ;F GENTS9 FUBNISHING GOODS t VfmXJ name and price in the country. LADIES' AM) GENTS3 FURS AT HALF PRICE! HATS & CAPS, all tlie Ziatest Styles. Flannels, Blankets and Robes, DON1 FAIL 10 EXAMINE OUR STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOllIING. The largest iu tho market, and at prices lower than was ever known. Our irtoek of Cloths, Cassimeres, Fancy Coatings & Vestings Was never so largo and attractive, in consequence of which our work of manufacturing has uoarly doubled. The best of trimmings in the market. Leave your orders early, is our tai loring department is overruu w .;h business. Last, though n at Least, is our large and attractive "took of BOOT8 AND SMOKS. All hand-made and warranted. Wo guarantee the best boots for the least money honso in 'A'estern Michigan. Ladies' and fent RUBBERS & OVERS of all kind- TIIK BIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR DRIED FRUIT, Come and see us and be made happy. RwraotfCLLT rotnu, A. iUUtVUlMn & Co. RESTORED! Worth of LINE OF Miilfli't ii Often Look PalC ami Hick from no other cause than bavng worms tn MM BRown's 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 '.i i om ira will .lostrov Worms witliout iniury to ttio ebild, being perfectly Will I I . and frew from all coloring or other lujunoua ingredients usually used in worm preparations. t IJKTIS .v I1K N, lrorlcloi, No: '215 Fulton Street. New York, sold by Druggists aud Chemists, aud deal ers in Medicines at Tweuty-flvo Cuts a Hox. .. 1 ly Thlrty V'iir' Bxpertcnee of an ill d Nvre. Nn, VVt!MlWl "'.tblm; 83i i 'MB Ihf Prescription ol oue of the best Female Phys lotaM aud Nurses in the I nited states, and has been used for thirty years with never fail ing safety and success by million of mothers and children, from the feeble infant of one week old to the adult. It corrects accidity of the stomach, relieves wind OoUb, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort to mother aud child. We believe it to bo the UeBt and Surest Remedy in tho World in all casee of Dysentery, and Diarrhu.' la Children, whether it arises from Teething or from any other cause. Full directions f r using will accom pany each bottle. Sou Genuine unless the tm .Limiin of Curtis A l'eikins is on the outside wrapper. Hold by all Medicine Dealers. 9541y To the 8M8)8llM8 The Hov. William II. Norton, while residing in Urazil as a Miaiouary, discovered in that laud of medicines a remedy for Consumption SOBOlTLA. SOBK THKOAT, COCOIIS. (;01JH, AsTnsi'.. am Vhuvot" Wkaknkhh. This rem tdl has t ured myself after all other medicines had failed. Wishing to l.enelit the suffering, I will send the recipe for prtpariDf and uciuk thu remedy to all who dosiro it fBSM I F B I UOE. I'leHse send an envelone. with vour name and addrens on it. Ad Iress, Kev. WILLIAM EL N UT0N, y,35-ly. 67G Uroadway, New York City. VbOit 'V Hudson eell and warrant Aiutin's Au'ue L)rops to cure Ague. 915t9 V Card. A lergymau, whih-residing m South America, as missionary, discovered a safe and simjilo rem edy for the (' ure of Nervous Weakness, EarW Decay, Disease of tho Friuary and Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and virion- habits. Great numbers h:ive ben cured nv this noble remedy. I'r-mptcd by n desiri- to benefit the ailitcted and unfortunat'o, 1 will s end the recipe for preparing and using this medicine, in a sealed envelopo. t any one who needs it, Jtoti ofCkmyt. Address. Jos I. I'll V. inman. (M5-ly. Station D. Bible Ilotwe, Now YoikCity CONSUMPTION CURED ! EtTKUUS Fuiknd : Will vou ploasc inTorm yoiu- readers that I have a positive CUBE 10: CONSUMPTION and all disorders of the Thioat aud Langfti Mid tbat. bv its use in my practice. I havQ cured hundreds of t-asee. and will give $1,000 for a case it will not benefit. Indeed, so strong is my faith. I will send a sample, puee, to anv sufferer addressing me. Please show this letter to any one you may know who is suffering from these diseases, and oblige, Faithfullv Yours, DR. T. Y. BURT, 978186 o'J William Street. Now York. BEIMJ. H GARDNER Respectfully announces to the citizens of I'aw I'aw that he has removed Ihb MSAT MAKJIET j from tue I.ylc Block i'asement to tho first BUILDING SOUTH f THE OLD TRUE : SORTHKRMXR OFFICE, Kalamazoo Street, where be is selling the BKS i CUTS Cheaper Than The Cheapesi. S. I-i. ("ash paid tor Poult; . EjBH and Butter. Cive me a call. 976m8 Obstcles to Marr:;;e. HAFPY rehef to young men from thu effects of errors aud abuse's in early lite. Manhood restored. Impediments to marriage removed. New method oi treatment. New and remarka blo remedies. Books and circulars sent tree, in sealed envelopes. Address. HOWARD AS S0CIAT10N. So. 9 South Ninth St.. Philadel phia. Pa. an institution having a hi'h reputa tion for honorable couduct and professional skill. 9701y Li - ) Oift Enterprise Tin sal) lh-1 in 'ih fllfl Dial r I tm f i ii in tin- en nt n . 75,000 00 IN VALUABLE GIFTS! U , t1 1 . i j mrti Hffvlmr .flout hit- T; dm M:,l.,j, Febrnn gIM 1-74. Two 'iraii'l (lipiUli "t 55,000 each in Greenbacks! Two I'rizi-s 1,000 1 Five i 'rizes - 500 fi IT B )'. SHACK 8 Tan Trizes rll ( 1 Heren I 8 i.-y I i i - i. , u , ,. . 00i 0mm FtaatiMTM 1 utm Pte4 em OeeOl Ten F:tmi!v Rewlng Msciil , if0 ," ' Fin QoM Wu . i ajofl i ,: i ive tuild nier,can BODtfaifl Watcliee. worth vVl'i each Ten Ladies' (iold Iluntini: Watcnos. worth rlOO each '. 1 '..,.'.. . :';,!.,. ,,.,, n.,-;,.. .' i h ' ftn tl .. , j-.:ini , .., ; ':o!d Chains. S;lvfr-ware. .Tewelrv, 4c N-iin'i.-:- (: :. : Tickets td to 78.0001 a- . : S i - w n i f.d to eall aetata, to whoa liberal praaatOBM ' ill be paid, -ingle tickets, irl. "lx ti-ke's. !?". Twelve ticketn. (10, Twcit -live, fjo, ir;ulats containing a fall lis of pri s, a deacitptoou of the manner i 'trawlng, m.d ther mfuiuieUon i . teraaue to tut hsfribu ;ion. will bo sent to in. ;i ft 1 i ihem. All lefcis nius- b 'resets I I Maii: Olrico. . D. INL. lies i. I'd W !'itth 1 incionat!. Ohio ID S Y" K S , Nlut.ih'a ";i' r . ' ' il-v in BOOTS SHOES Main OtfOl 'a I'aw Having opened a MaeitfaotlerlBH I i'nbhsh luent for the above purjiose. I" beg leave to in form the dealer- an i citi ns o: V an Uuren Countv that l am abij tofnralkli tbetB wi 'he BE 41 OF SHOP M lOI RI at tiio verv lowest prices. i manufacfuro all my l,ots and hoe-. aud am able to warrant 'hm to the consumer. !auufacory. under l r M . lartin A Co.'i Harl vare n!'1. D ""KN. ii i mm mow i ii w i spiiki; AND MY VOICE SHALL BE HEARD ! Let the News go Forth T1U M WST TOM GUD l rriiat Dry fidods bftTegot ko be slaughtered this Fall at the LONG BKM'k STIIRIi My Mind is Made up! Fve gone about the work with a dolermination Of disioeing of p. larger amount of DRY GOODS, -'. lV rnAjii 111 rfrf V Tlf( ff f IIVUUIIH BOOTS cfic SHOES, Than was over retailed by anv one concern in thesame length of time in thecitv of Paw Paw. T OA7 PBIOI8 is to he the weapon used. And through the instrumentality or' this and tho enterprise of tho never-tiring hand of its principal, tho work nas oeen commenced and snail no earned on lu.m.uu.u uu soau am carnea on upon a magnificent scale, beyond peradvonture to mistauo. Having tho reouiBite facilities at hand which arc particularly desirable at tho present day. to competo with an establishment liko this, and bo nm h need" 1 bv tho man of BlI NESS, with every possible advantage at my command, not oven a pebble to obstruct or to mar my course. I once more Scl The Ball In TIoMoei, and relying upon my past experience and pres ent knowlodgo in tho business and the good senso of a diBceminu public for my futuro ate or woo. It will lie my purpose this Fall to exhibit a large attractive and commanding stock of Goodi, such as will suit the spicial wants of tho trade, and to dispose of them in every instance in such a tnarner as will reflect credit upon myself And at Such Lou Price As will attract attention, excite admiration aud draw the public from every (juarter to this noted establishm nt. the LONG KKK K STORE, i Which tromits infancy has been under my spcecial guardianship, and in part the object of my care In conclusion the undersigned would beg to say that tho magnitude of the stock and the assortment of goods now offered lor inspection and sale at this establishment, is without a precedent and beyond a parallel in the annals of the Itctail Dry Good Tradi'. Before the close of the present season, 1 shall offer large invoices ol desirable ooda and inteud and promise to have the prices in all cases a shade loer than any other estab lishment. " Well, Mr. Joner " said neighbor Brown, I'll start tbis vei v day for town. And get a pair of Boots tor me. And al-o shoe my family. o Bill you fO aud harness Doll. And straight to town w'd go. by poi, n 1 stop in front of Smiiu's Store Where the Boots hang o'er the door. Bill always does what father tells. He harnessed Doll and put on Bolls. Aud in they piled young ones and ali, Crack went the whip and off went Doll. Doll had been living on high feed. And started a her fastest enced, And took Brown aud his family straight, To I'aw I'aw at two-forty gait, Whoa. V. boa. old Doll. M cried out when Thoy got to Main Street. Number Ten. And out they jumped in front the door, of I'oor Smith's Mammoth Store. In they went with an awful swob, i .ood morning, hope to liud JPOO well, aid Brown as he and his young drove Advanced to warm them at the stove. Iff neighbor Jones, brought mo the news How cheap you sold your Boo: aud Shoot!, - 1 resolved to como and buv Of you my winter's full supply. l o shoo the tribe. Smith began, 'eginnm tirst with tho ol i mm And then the young Brown's little feet. IfOft stood ami lifted all complete. The news soon spread the county round. lliat just the place at length was found Where men conlt save tiff v por cent. i n every dollar that :hev spent. Remember where you can buy Coats' niread for Sets, a spool. '( I viM'ic"U "! Notice is hereby giv en that the sum of NKbl liundred and tlurty eight dollars and -ot . tw.. cnu is the amount claiastd to bs due at tlie date of tius notice ou a curtain wi ga bearing lale tl.. twenty-fifth day A Febnury, a n , 1888. made and executed ly Ezra . Cphnui and I'hiiander Bartlett, mortgagors, to Luther Kin ney, mortgagee ; that said mortgage was re corded in tue office of the Begister of Deeds for Van Buren (bounty, state of Michigan, on the thirteenth day of Mav. a. ., 1H65, in liber P of mortgages on page 162 ; that default has been made iu the payment of the above named sum of money, and that the same is stdl unpaid and due, and that no proceedings have been in-n tutcd at law to recover the debt now remaining secured by said moiigago, or any part thereof. Now, therefore, m pursuanco and by virtue of tho powor of Bale in said mortgage contained, and of the statute in such case made and pro vided, the premises described in and covered by said mortgage, situated in the county of Van Buren and known and described as fol lows, to wit : The south half of the south-east quarter aud the north-west quarter of the rtouth-east quarter, also the south half of the east half of the south-west quarter of section twenty-four (24) in town four (4) south, of range thirteen west, containing one hundred and sixty acres, according to the United Htates survey thereof, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon of Wednesday the twenty-Aftb day of March, a. d., LSTft. at the front door of the Court House in the village of Paw Paw in said couuty of Van Buren, by the Sheriff of said county of Van Buren, to satisfy the amount that will then be due on said mortgage and the costs and expenses allowed by law, and the attorney fee mentioned iu said mortgage. Dntod t! is 24th day of PectntMT. a i , H73. Luthkh i. mm v. Mortgagee Wm. R. Lyon, Att'y for Mortgagee, 97Htl3 St. Joseph, Micl. Order lor Appeiir i nr. .State of Michigan, the Circuit Court for the Count of Vau Buren, Iu Chancery. reu L. Boss, Com plainant ; vs Jerome Purdy, Philip Pnrdy, Charles Pnrdy. Eliza Purdy. Anzoletta Clapp and draco L Correy, heirs at law of .iibert Purdy, deceased, audOrrin Sisson. defendants. At a session of uaid Court held at Paw Paw, iu saidt'ounty, on the seventeenth dav of Decem ber, in tho year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-threo. Present, Hon. Obarlai B. 1 irown, ( 'ircuit Midge. It satisfactorily appear ing by affidavit on tile that the above named defendants, .leromo Purdy, Philip Purdv, I barles Pnrdy, Eliza Purdy, Anzolotta Clapp and (i race L. Corroy, do not Beside in the State of Michigan aud do roeide as follows : Fh haul Jsromi Purdy, I i.illip Purdy, Charles Purdy and Euaa Pnrdj reside in the state of New York, tho said Anzoletta Olapp resides in i the .-fate of NVw Jersey, and that the said i race L. Correy reBides in the State of Penn sylvania mmotiou of Bichards A: lJarnum, ' solicitors 2.t said complainant, it is ordered that tlio said defendants, .'erome Purdy, Philip Purdy, I bar Id Purdy, Eliza Purdy. Anzoletta Clapp KM tirace L. Correy, cause their appearance severally to bo entered in tuts causu within three months from the date of this order, and in dofauit thereof said bill may bo taken as confessed bv them. Anditisfur- ther ordered that within twenty-days the siid complainant cause a copy of this order to he published iu the Tuuk Nobtotrseb, a news paper published and circulating in said couuty and that said publication bo continued in said newspaper at least once in each week for nix weeks successively or that he cause a copy of this order to be personally Berved on each of said defondants at least twenty-days before the time prescribed for their appearance. CHARLES B. BROWN, Circuit Judge. Richards A BannrM, 978-t6. Complainant's Solicitors .Tlori:;iii' Msil-. Default having been made in the conditions' of a certain mortvace UUlle &lld execUted bv Edwin t. Love and Marv E. Lovo to tlie Preachers' Saving Fund Society ! (,r lue -ii"ou:in annual t.ourorence of the M. thodist Episcopal Church on the 24th dav of January, a. i.. 1-w 1. and recorded on the 2lth day of January, a. D., 1871, in Liber six (C)of mortgaes, ou pago seventeen (17). in the office of tho Begister ot Deeds or Van Buren Couuty, Mn hian. bv which default the power of sal in said mortgags nas become operative; aud whereas, there is claimed to he dueand unpaid at the date of this notice for interest, principle and an attorney fee stipulated in said mortgage, the suni of eight hundred and eigb teen and I dollars ($818 88), and no suit or pro ceeding having boon instituted at law or iu equity to recover the amount now due upon said mortgage, or any part thereof, therefore notice is hereby given that on Monday, the aixth day of April, 1874. at two o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the front door of the Court House of said county of Van Buren, in the village of I'aw I'aw in said countv, (that being the place of holding the Circuit Court of said count-. , there will be sold at public vendue to the highest bidder tho premises described in said mortgage, or go much thereof as shall be BUihcient to itiafy the amount due on the same, inohlding said attorney fee and the costs and cxi'OiiSi s allowed dv law for tho forenlos- i ure thereof. Said premises are described as fol lows: block number ono (1) of Love 'b addi tion to the villjgo of Law ton in the county of Van Buren aud Stato of Michigan. Dated January id, 1874. fBBACHKBI Saving r cnd society ofthk Michigan Annual, Confeb knce of the Methodist EpiBcorAi. 1 IH1 tu h. MorB,'aKoa. B79I18 Joslin di Kennedy At'vs for Mortgagee. .IK I6, Dofauit having been made :n tnc payment of a certain indenture of niortggo bearing date the eighth day of March, a. D.( IWI, executed I y tieorge Hopkins and his wife Anns Hopkins, of the town of Bloom Ingdala, Van Buren county, state of Michigan, llttam B. Hawkins, ot Paw Paw, Michnran, and recorded in tho office of the Begister oi Deeds of an Buren county, state of Michigan in Liber number three 00 page number 15o'. OB the tentn day of March, a. d.. 1871. and iho amount claimed to be due thereon at tho date of tius notice being three bundled and Dim three dollars, and ninetv-ono cents I id 13 11 i including an attorney fee of twenty livo dollars provided for m said mortgage, aud nO t-int i r proceeding at law or inequity having been instituted to recover tho amount now duo and unpaid and secured by said mortgage, or MIJ i art thereof : now, therefor, notice is here by given that by virtue of a power of sale on ; taincd m said mortgage, there will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder on Sattir da; the fourth day of April, a, d., 1874, at tho f ront door of the Court House in the village or I'aw I'aw, Van Buren county. State of Michi gan, at twelve o'clock at noon of said day. the ! premises described in said mortgage, or so j much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount due upon and secured to be paid by said mortgage, witb interest and cost, said premises leing described as follows, to wit : Mi- east half of the east half of tho north east quarter of section fourteen (11) in township tw 2) south, of range fourtoen (14 ) west. Dated Januarv Into. 1-7 1 tmilU W. U. Hawkin.v, Mortgagee. Skerl II" .)jiU". By virtue of a writ of execution issued out of and under the seal of the On nit 1 ;irt for tho Conntv of Van Burn I and State of Michigan, to me directed and I livered against the goods and chattels, leads and tenements of Charles H. Morns and J .. HoJsa, the defendant: therein named, aud in favor of Henry Mason, plaintiff, and he i ring date tho eleventh day of December, ono thou sand cixht hundred and sovontv-three. 1 did on the eighteenth oay of DeoOSShef, a. d., 1" seizo aud levy upon alt the right tit.o an. a ; terest of J. D. liulse. one of the above OaSBed defondants, m and to tho following described re.i 1 -estate, viz : : he south half of ihOBOl east (piarter of the sontb-east uuattet an I south-east quartet Oi tho south-west ejMf i ' and the south-west quarter of the south-eait quarter, nnd the east throo eights, I ot the SOUtBhWSet quarter of the aouth-.Mwi quur i of section tweutv-flve. jnim town'. ip nu:n b r Vour, I south of range i umboi t .;itt u. 11 wesl, m the ount'- of an Buruu and ate or Ui. ugan. Wokhl shall expose '.or rmbhe sale at auction or vendu . 10 tli" bighe-t bidder, ai the f fOSJl door of the Vau I I OOSart I ourt boeise in tin village of I'aw PaW, ! at two o'clock in lbs afternoon of Satiu 1 1 . tho twentv-tirst day of i ehrunry, a. i . W74, , or so much thereof as will te neceseary to sat isfy sai'i execution together with Die allowed bv law. Dated lanuary L 1874. fJM louv i SnowKBMAN. h r i!.