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tuc Northerner.
Paw Paw, Michigan, Die. 15, 187G.
For Sale !
A lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture,
almost new and in good condition. Will be sold
CHEAP, as I wish to leave town. A lot of
rood Carpeting is included.
1 Call on C. J, BAILEY.
113Ct3 at Avibi's.
SHERMAN
& .
SELLICIC.
DRY GOODS!
Fall Opening, 187G.
We Lave now in Stock Frtsh Lines of all the
L&teet and moat Fashionable
US FABRICS,
Comprising thecboiccetfibadesof Blue, Myrtle,
Green, Prune, Brown, aud Smoke.
Special Bargains
In Cafchmeres and Bnlliantines. Below we
mention a few of tbe Hare
BARGAINS.
i.5 pieces good Black Cashmere for 75 cents,
worth 41.00
0 pieces Black Brilliantinea, very heavy qual
ity, and good Custer for 50 cents.
Extensive Assortment of Trimmings in Laces,
Fringes, Velvets &e.
JHgh novelties in Silk Lace Ties and Scarfs.
Large and Elegant Lines of
CLOAKS & SHAWLS,
i'slly 25 per cent, lower than formerly. In
Carpets&OilCloths,
we display some very attractive designs, at a
;:reat decline from former prices. Our
ltKAOV
CLOTHING
Oc-partment is now in full blast. Young men
i an tit themselves for any position. "Loud"
and "Modest" styles in riaids from $5.00 to
20.00 per suit. A good Stylish Pi aid suit for
7.00. Bargains in Overcoats.
JBoots c& Shoes
In endless variety, and still tbey come,
Remember, we never allow ourselves to be
i ndersold, and invariably mark our Goods down
to the very lowest possible prices.
An examination of our Stock will amply re
pay you.
Respectfully,
Sherman & Sellick.
31ayhcw Business Collccre,
Detroit, cscoIh in preparing young men
"or business. It maintains a full and compe
tent faculty. President Mayhew's lectures
clear up all difficulties. Students are delighted
with tbem. understand their work and advance
rapidly, and tbus save time and money. This
College prepares large numbers or young men
for eood situations in business and is not ex-
elled any whero. " Tbe most perfect possible,"
,s what the U. S. Commissioner s report Bays or
:(. College Journal and Centennial Pamphlet
vent free. I
4ollMiuitir Brian t fc StbattosJ
itiaincN UniverMif y. Tbe oldest,
I est conducted, most successful, popular, thor
ough and practical, occupies tbe llnest suite of
i corns, employs the largest corps of able and
experienced teacbers of any business college in
tbe north west. This institution is receiving
ume-tenths of tbe patronage of Detroit. What
I etter evidence of merit is necessary? Young
men will consult their own interest by visiting
this institution when in search of a business
education. College paper and Centennial pam
phlet of 43 pages sent free,
BALCH & NORTON,
(Successors to Bridge & Norton
and to O. W. Balch.)
Grain Commission Merchants.
Cor. WooUrIle;e nndSIielby ts.,
DIntOlT, JIICII.
Liberal Cash Advaces made on consignments,
1121m3
A. N. Sab nr. O. T. Sabis
A. N. SABIN & CO.,
Commission Merchant and dealers in
I'lour, Grain and Mill Feed
Cash Advance! made on consignments.
Board of Trade Building DETROIT MICH.
1121m3
JOHN H. WENDELL & CO.
Commission Merchants in
Flour. Grain, Pork and Seeds
51 ami .5 lVoodbridge troi,
ii:tkoit Elicit.
CvT WHEAT A SPECIALTY.
Cash advances on consignments. Market re
ports sent daily f rae of charge. 1 121m3
GILLET & HALL,
DETROIT.
Commission Merchants in
GRAIN, PORK & SEEDS,
Highest ft cea guaranteed, rrompt Sales,
121m3
FOR SALE !
A pair of five year old cattle, well matched,
of a roan color, will be old by the subscriber
at a fair price for cash down, or, if purchaser
prefers, time will be given with good security.
?TJnTP?! M.QrnkUo " on, or address,
TI. Eartlctt. of Porter, or F. B. Adams, of
Lawton. Mich. jr. BART LETT.
Oct. 23, 187C. H27U
1877.
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It baa advocated the success of the
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But at the same time it has in no manner ex
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It has never turned aside from what it believed
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1877.
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PROPHET NOT WITHOUT nONOR
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The Opinion of those Right on
the Ground.
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" Old
Tf.ilini'tny in
Fa
of th
We don't give this for aa fait accompli, but
it id very strongly rumored' that Cedar RapidB
is to be tbe balf-wat station between Chicago
and Council I'lutTs.
If this is to be, and some experiments have
been made to that end, we suppose it is on ac
count of the supenor condition of the road. A
trip on the steel railed and well balasted road
is not any more now, if as much, wear and tear
on tbe employes and machinery to a train from
Chicago to Cedar Rapids, 218 miles, as it was
on tbe iron rails from Chicago to Clinton, 138
miles, in the olden time.
It is not necessary for us to say that the C.
A N. W. R'y is a first claos road in every partic
lar, that it ridee as easy "as sitting In a rocking
chair," that its coaches are parlors, that its em
ployes are the most polite and affable gentle
men the traveling publio can meet or will meet
in a life time of travel tbe espnt de corps of
tbe employes, if we may say so, is at a high
staodaard. We say we need not say this in a
newspaper, it is self evident to every traveler
on the road. But in the future these axe to be
increased; we suppose the speed will be increas
ed, and, if possible, the superb trains will be
more superb. There is to be no train more com
plete, either for comfort or safety, leave the
world's commercial metropolis for the (iolden
Gate, than the great trains on the Chicago A
North-Western Railway tbe only company run
ning out of Chicago that has a road so reliable
that tbey are not afraid to run at any speed ca
pable of being attained by engines of the most
improved construction, run with tbe hand of
iron nerje, and a bead of brains, without any
fear of accident or inconvenience.
Every employe on the road feels a personal
interest in the North-Western Railway it's tbe
"clipper" road in tbe West, aod so far as any
thing he can do it will continue so to be.
This is the Trans-Continental link from the
Great Lakes to the Great Missouri Kiver.
The old-time traveler speaks in high glee of
the "ease and comfort" of tbse davs of steel
in contrast with the pioneer days of this pio
neer road in the days of iron. The comforts
of travel on the Nortb-Westsrn Railway are in
every traveler's mouth from tbe Atlantic to the
Pacific. It must be a proud compliment to the
efficient management, and that is tbe reasou
every officer or employe feels so happy in
obliging.
It is with pride we mention these things and
oin the general shoot along the line, Hurrah
or the " Old Reliable." Cedar Rapids Repnb
ican, Au?. 14, 1876.
IJO, FOR THE WEST.
Hoh'kI Trip Rjcptortiij Tirltt to !oirn and
Sthratkn !
For full information, and for charts and des
cription of the BEST FARMING LANDS in
the West, call on, or send postal card to Frank
B. Whipple. 19 North ulicM st.. Kalamazoo,
Mich., agent for R. V M. R, R.foran Hnrnn. I
Kalamazoo and Calhoon Counties. 1127t4.
MORTGAGE SALE
Default having te" n' w th P7ment of
of a certain sum of money secured to be paid
by a certain indenture of mortgage bearing date
Uie seventeenth day of November, A. I). 1874.
executed and delivered by H. A. Young and
inMnt v.. Yonnir. his wife, of the township of
Columbia, county of Van Bureo and state of I
Michigan, to Eugene Cooley of Cheshire, Alle-,
gan county and state aforesaid, which and mort
gage was duly recorded in tbe office of the Reg-
ister of Deeds in and for tbe county of an
Buren, on tbe eleventh day of December, A. D. I
ion, in nww J w iuiifi--i 7- - ' 7
vtsss
: said Eugene Cooley to Horace B. Peck, of Alle
, can. Allegan county nd state aforesaid, and
wiiicu sam MMguLuoui, ttbuhh'j . w. ..v ...
Begister's ollice on the sixth day of December,
A. D. 1876, in libor 18 of mortgages, on page
76, and on which said mortgage there is claimed
to be due at the date of this notice tbe sum of
forty tight dollars and ninety cent, 148.90,1
principal and interest, and also uttcn dollars
15.U0 1 attorney feo, speciiied iu said mort
gage to be paid in case any proceedings be taken
to foreclose the same ; and n proceedings at
law or in equity having boeu Instituted to re
cover the sum so remaining due and secured as
aforesaid, or any part thorof, Notice u hereby
given that by virtue of a power of sale in said
mortgage contained, and in pursuance of the
statute in such case made and provided, the
lands aud premises described in said mortgage,
to wit : All that certain piece or parcel of land
lyiug in the township of Columbia, county of
Van Burrn and state aforesaid and described
as IOUOMS, 13 nu: iuu cbi pan, ui i.u went
half f 3a of tbe norti west quarter i J of the
north east quarter )l of section nine 9 J in
town one 1 ) south ot range fifteen 1 15J west,
containing tweuty 20J acres of land, or so
much thereof as may be necessary, will be sold
to the highest bidder, at the front door of tbe
court bouse, in the village of Paw Paw, Van
Ruren county and state of Michigan, on Satur
day, the seventeenth 1 17tbJ day of March, A.
D. 1877, at ten o'clock in tbo forenoon of that
day, (said court bouse being the place of hold
ing the Circuit Court for said county of Van
Buren.) to cay the amount due on said mort
gage, and the costs of this foreclosure allowed
I by law, including an attorney fee in said mort
' gage mentioned of fifteen dollars. I U33tl3
Dated December eleventh filth a. d. 187G.
HORACE B. PECK. Assignee.
Bbxoos & Bi'caows, Att'yj for Assignee.
"M'oil tu XI ;es a LET
Default having been made in the payment of
a certain indenture of mortgage bearing date
the eighth day of August A. I). 1871, executed I
by Casper Dunham and his wife Jane C. Dun-
bam, of tbe townsbipof Waverly, Van Buren
county, state of Midhigan, to William B. Hawk-1
ins, of Paw Paw, Michigan, and recorded in tbe !
office of the Register of Deeds or v an jsuren
county, state of Michigan, in liber No. 6, on
page 484, on the 22d day of August A. D. 1871,
and the amount claimed to bo due thereon at
the date of this notice being twelve hundred
and seventy four dollars and sixty five cents,
(1,274 63) including an attorney fee of twenty
five dollars provided for in said mortgage, and
no suit or proceedings at law or in equity naving
been instituted to recover the amount now due
and unpaid, or any part thereof, Now, notice is
hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale
contained in said mortgage there will be sold at
public auction, to tbe highest bidder, on Satur
day, the tenth day or March, A. D. 1877, at tbe
front door ot the court bouse, in tbe village of
Paw Paw, Van Buren county, state of Michigan,
at twelve o'clock at noon of said day, the fol
lowing described lands lying and being iu tbe
towDBbip of Waverly, Van Buren county, state
of Michigan, known and described as follows,
to wit : i he north east quarter of tbe south
west quarter, also tbe south half of tbe north
half of tbe south east quarter, all on section
four in said towDBhip of Waverly, being town
two south of range fourteen west,
Dated December 14 th, 1870. 1 1133U3
Wm. B. Hawkins. Mortgagee.
MORTGAGE "SALlT
Default having been made in tbe conditions
of a certain mortgage, whereby tbe power there
in contained to sell has become operative, exe
cuted by Albert C. Gay. of the state of New
York, to Thomas J. Reed, of Albion, iu said
etate, bearing date tbo eleventh day of March,
a. d. one thousand eight hundred ani forty
four, and recorded in tbe oibce of tbe Register
of Deeds for tbe county of Van Buren and state
of Michigan, in liber B of mortgagee, on page
forty four ; which said mortgage was duly as
signed on the fifth day of November, eighteen
hundred and seventy four, by the said Thomas
J. Beed to Nelson Hale, of Albion. New York, j
which said assignment was recorded in the Van
Buren county Register's office, December twenty
seventh, eighteen hundred and seventy four.in
liber 9 of mortgages, on page two hundred and j
sixty seven, upon which mortgage there is
claimed to be due at the date of this notice tbe
sum of one hundred and seven dollars and forty
seven cents, and no suit or proceedings at law
having been instituted to recover any part
thereof, Notice is therefore hereby given that
on tbe third day of March, a. v. one thousand
eight hundred and seventy seven, at the hour
of ten o'clock in the forenoon, I thall sell at
public auction, to tbe highest bidder, at the
front door of tbo Van Ruren county court
house, in the village of Paw Paw. the premises
described in said mortgage, or so much thereof
as shall be necessary to satisfy the Bame, with
the costs allowed by law : that is to say, tbe
following pieco or parcel of land situated in Van
Buren county, Michigan, viz: Tbe northeast
quarter of the south oast quartsr of section
number thirty five, in township number two
south of range sixteen wot, and containing
forty acres of land, more or lees.
Dated December 6, 1876. rH32tl3
NELSON HALE, Assignee.
E. Dckkei:, Att'y for Asgigueo.
MO KTG AG E SALE.
Default having been made in the conditions
of a certain mortgage, whereby the power there
in contained to sell has become operative, exe cuted
by Foster I. Parks and Louisa Parks, bis
wire, of South Haven, in the county of Van
Buren and etate of Michigan, to Rufus M. A.
Baretow, of Burlington, in the county of Chit
tendon and etate ot Vermont, bearing date the
first day of July, A. D. eighteen hundred and
seventy-four, and recorded in toe office of the
Register of Deeds for the county of Van Bu
r.n in said State of Michigan, on the sixteenth
day of July. A. D. eighteeu hundred and seven
ty four, in liber 6 of mortgages, on page 626,
upon which mortgage there is claimed to be due
at the date of this notice the sum of six hun
dred and fiftv three dollars and thirty four
cents, l$653.34J, and no suit or probeedings at
law having been instituted to recover any part
thereof, Notice is therefore hereby given that
on the twentieth day of February next, at ten
o'clock in tbe forenoon, I shall sell at public
auction, to tbe highest bidder, sale to take
place at the front door of the Van Ruren coun
ty circuit court house, in the township of Paw
Paw, tbe premises described in said mortgage,
or no muoh thereof as shall be necossary to sat
isfy tbe amount due on such mortgage, with
teu per cent, interest, and legal costs, together
with an attorney foe of fifty dollars, covenanted
for therein, that is to say, tbe following piece
or parcel of land situated in Van Buren county
in tbe etate of Michigan, viz : The north half
of tbe north east quarter of section twenty four
24 in town one 1 south of range seven
teen 17 west, containing eighty acres of laud
according to tho United States survev therof.
Paw Paw, November 22d, a. d. 1876.
Ilrni M. A. Babstow,
J. H. BosrwicK, Mortgagee.
Att'y for Mortgagee. j 1130U3
"TAXIDERMIST"!-
DEALER 15
OUNTKD BIRDS, FOREIGN AND NA
TIVE BIRD rKINS, BIRDS EYES,
GLASS SHADES, ETC.
Birds. Animals and Deers Heads, Stuffed
and Mounted to order in every style.
Ornamental Cases and Casesof Game Birds
for Sportsmen a Specialty.
Orders by mail promptly filled.
IITEIAXT RELICS
snd Curiosities wanted in exchange for Birds
Rooms over Allm's FnamTCHE Htobe.
J.D.ALLEN
102C M St. Paw Paw Mich.
lliil I
For a hoit lime only,
For a short time only.
For n !iort time only.
at cost
AT COST
TC II IiCl" eCllt. lielOW COt.
TV npi, .n tili- fed
1 cn per CX11I. HtlOW tOSI.
20 per cent, below Cost,
a. m ma & co
Will for a limited number of days, offer their
entire Mammoth Stock at cost, and large por
tion from TEN to TWENTY per cent, below
COST.
miY (GOODS
In immense quantities to be sacrificed.
Dress Goods
at any price to suit.
Customers can, for CASH, bay goods at their
own prices, for tb3 next few dayc.
A large stock of Clothing, Clothes, Fancy
Suitings, Flannels, Blankets, etc., from Cost to
20 per cent, below cost.
Ladies' unci Gentlemen'
Furnishing Goods, Trimmings, etc.
HATS, CAPS,
IBootsand Shoes.
JLcavc vour orders for
CliOTIIES
now,
before the busy season commences, as
20 per cent, will be saved.
The above are facts that will be proven to
yon on giving us a call.
We have a large surplus of goods and must
sell them. Price is no object. The goods
must be sold.
Don't fail to bay now. Yon can get just
wkat yon want and save largely. Come and
see us. Very Respectfully,
A. Van Allison c& Co.
We shall continue to pay two cents a pound
above the market for all tbe good Butter that
comes in.
MORTGAGE SALE.
Default having been made in tbe condition
of acertaia mortgage (whereby the power there
in contained to sell has become operative) exe
cuted by Abraham S. Byers and Elizabeth A.
Byers, wife of said Abraham 8. Byers, of Ar
lington, Michigan, to Joseph W. Gray, of the
same place, bearing date the second day of Sep
tember, eighteen hundred and sevehty-five.and
recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds
for the County of Van Buren, State of Michi
gan, on tbe fourth day of September, 1875, at
ll4 o'clock p. m., iu liber 12 of mortgages, on
page 408, upon which mortgage there is claimed
to be due at the date of this notice 4 he sum of
two hundred and twenty-two and 27-100 dollars,
and no suit or proceedings at law or in equity
having been instituted to recover any part
thereof, notice is therefore hereby givan that
on Monday, tbe 8th day of January, 1877. at
eleveu o'clock in the forenoon, I shall sell at
public auction, to tbe hicbeat bidder, at tbe
front door of the Court House of the Circuit
Court for Van Buren County, at Paw Paw, in
said County, tbe premises described in said
mortgage, or so much thoroof as shall be nec
essary to satisfy the amount due on sid mort
gage, and legal costs, together with an attorney
fee of twenty-fire dollars, covenanted for tbeie
in, that is to say : All tbe south west quarter
of the south cat quarter of section tirty-two,
(32); alno, two acres to be taken from the south
side of the north west quarter of said south
east quart2r of said eoction thirty-two, (32),
township number two, (2), south of range num
ber fifteen (15) west, Van Ruren County, State
of Michigan ; said two parcels lying aujoiuing
and forming one compact parcel or bodv of
land; reserving, however, ft oat such compact,
body or parcel of laud a strip from the east
side across the entire side thereof of eutlicient
width to contain two acres. Also reserving the
west half of thi? remainder of tbe within des
cribed land, leaving the east half, hereby con
veyed, supposed to be twenty (20acres, be tbe
same more or less ; it being the intent of th
paitieB of tbe hist part to convey by this deed
the east half of a certain piece of land hereto
fore deeded to them by Henry Booiti and wife,
by deed bearing date September 2Mb, 18C7. and
recorded in tbe Registers office of Van Buren
County, in liber 17, page 67.
Dated October Jth, 1876.
JOSEPH W. GRAY,
1125tl3 Mortgagee.
JoHif Kxowles, Att'y for Mortgagao.
i MORTGAGE SALE.
Default having been made in tbe conditions
ot a certain moatgage (whereby the- power'
therein contained to sell has become operative)
executed by Minor C. Vaughn, and Sarah J.
Vaugn, his wife, of Waverly, Van Buren coun
ty. Michigan, to Jasoh A. Sheldon, of Antwerp,.
Van Buren county, Michigan, bearing dare the
twenty-second day of March, A. D. eighteen
hundred and seventy-three, and recorded in tbe
office of tbe Register of Deeds for the coufity
of Van Buren, in said tte of Michigan, on tbe
twenty-fifth day of March, A. D. eighteen hun
dred aDd seventy-three, in liber "8" of mortga
ges, on page three hundred and four, upon
which mortgaee there is claimed to be due atf
the date of this notice the sum of eigbt hun
dred and thirty-one dollars, and no suit or pro
ceedings at law having been instituted to re
cover any part thereof, notice is therefore here
by given that on Saturday, the twenty seventh
day of January next, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, I shall soil at public auction, to tbe high
est bidder, sale (o take place at the front door
of the Van Buren county circuit court house, in
the village of Paw Paw, the premises des
cnbed in said mortgage, or so much thereof as
Bhall be necessary to satisfy the amount doe
on such mortgage, with ten per cent interest,
and legal costs, together with an attorney fee
of forty dollars, covenanted for therein that
is to say, the following piece or parcel of land,
situated m Van Buren couuty, in the tate of
Michigan, viz : Tbe north west quarter of tbe
south west quarter of section number fifteen
15 in township number two-2-south of range
number fourteen 14 west, containing forty
40 acres of land more or less. f 1128tlir
Dated. Paw Paw. November 3d, A. D; IblC.
JASON A. SHELDON, Mortgagee.
MORTGAGE gALE.
Default having been made in the payment of
a certain indenture of mortgage, bearing date
the second day of October, A. D. 1872, executed
by George G. Lee, of tbe County of Van Buren,
State or Michigan, to William Moonwof the
Bame place, and recorded in tbe ollice of tbe
Begister of Deeds of Vau buren County, State
of Michigan, iu liber 13, on page 128, on the
twenty-fourth day of July, A. D. 1875;. and the
amount claimed to be due thereou at tbo date
of this notice being four hundred and eightv
four and 94 100 dollars, (184 94), including an
attorney fee of twenty dollars, provided in said,
mortgage, and no suit or proceedings at law or
in equity naving been instituted to recover the
amount due and unpail, or any part thereof,
now notice is hereby given that by virtue of a.
power of sale contained in said mortgage, there
will be fold at public auction, to tbe highest;
bidder, on Saturday, tbe thirteenth day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1877, at the front door of the Court
House, in the village of Paw Paw, Van Buren
County, State ot Michigan, at twelve o'clock at
noon of said day, the premises desenbed in
said mortgage, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to satisfy tho amount due on said
mortgage, with interest and cost ; tbe premises
being described as follows, to-wit r Commenc
ing at tbe south west corner of a certain piece
of land heretofore deeded by Samuel Orr and
Elizabeth Orr, bis wite, to the said William.
Moon, said deed bcanug date August 19th,
1871, and recoraed in the Registers office for
said county, August 19tb, A. D. 1871, tbence
running north along the center of tbo highway
a distance of twenty (20) rods, thence east a
distance of forty (40) rods, thence south a dis
tance of twenty (20) rods, thence west a dis
tance of forty (40) rods to tbe place of begin
ning, containing five acre of land, lying and
being in tbe township of Paw Paw, County of
Van Buren, State of Michigan, reference being '
had to tho deed above mentioned.
The above premises are on the south-east
quarter of north-west quarter of section 28
in town 3 south of range 11 west. County of
Van Buren, State of Michigan.
Dated October 12th, 1876. f"112Gtl3.
WILLIAM MOON, Mortgagee.
IjORTGAGE SALE.
Default having been made in the conditions
of a certain mortgage, whereby the power there
in contanied to sell has become operative, exe
cuted by Foster I. Parks and Louisa Parks bis
wife, and W. II. Thompson and Lucy Thomp
son, his wife, all of South Haven, in tbe county
of Van Buren and state of Michigan, to Rufn
M. A. Bare tow, of Bulling ton, in tbe county of
Cbittendon and state of Vermont, bearing date
the seventh day of January. A. D. eighteen
hundred and seventy five, and recorded in tbe
office of the Register of Deeds for the county
of Van Buren in said state of Michigan, on the
fourteenth day of January, A. D. eighteen hun
dred and seventy fire, in liber Jof mortgages,
on page 638. upon which mortgage there la.
claimed to be due at the date of this notice the
sum of eleveu hmdred and sixty five ollar
and sixty eight cents, 11,163.68 1. and no suit
or proceedings at law having been instituted to
recover any part thereof. Notice is therefore
hereby given ttmt on tbe twentieth day of Feb
ruary next, at teu o'clock in the forenoon, I
shall sell at public auction, to the highest bid
der, sale to take plaod at the frontdoor of the
Van Buren county circuit court bouse, in the
township of Paw Paw, tbe premises described
in said mortgage, or so much thereof as shall
be necessary to satisfy the amount due on s icb
mortgage, with ten per cent interest, and legal
costs, together with as attorney fee of fifty dol
lars, covenanted for therein, that is to say, tbe
following piece or parcel of land, situated in
Van Buren county In tho state of Miceigau. viz:
Tbe north west quarter of section thirtt five
35 in town one- 1 eout'i of range seventeen
17west, containing one hundred and sixty
acres of land, according to the United States
survey.
Paw Paw, NovemW 22d, a. d. 1876.
. Burrs M. A, Rarstow.
J. n. Bostwick, - Mortgagee.
Att'y for Mortgagee. 1 1130tU
Lawyer and Justice of tbe Peace. Collection
and Insurance Acrency. Represents Fire Auto
ciation of Philadelphia ; asses ts 3,500,(W.
Non Board special rates for dwellings and farm
property. Office over Pot Office.
Paw Paw, Mich.

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