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Copyright, 1890. He who waits f or an inactive liver to do its work, exposes himself to all the diseases that come from tainted blood. Don't wait ! Languor and loss of appetite wam you that graver ills are close behind. You can keep them from coming ; you can cure them if they've come - with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It's the only blood and liver medicine that's guaranteed, in every case, to benefit or cure. Your money back if it doesn't. Thus, you only pay for the good you get. Can you ask more? It cleanses the system and cures pimples, blotches, eruptions and all skin and scalp diseases. Scrofulous affections, as fever - sores, hip - joint disease, swellings and tumors yield to its superior alterative properties. Report of the Condition OF Ha htm' k M&sics' U AT At Itae close of business, May 4, 1SÍH. RESOUKCES. LoaDKÍUld PisOOUDiS $244,07.27 Stocks bonds, mortsages, ele 7191 '7 OvtrJrafts 2.460.06 Due from bai ks in reaeiTe eilice 69,426.49 Bills in transit 4,854.50 Fimii-ure md Fixüires... 8,1-00.(0 Curren: expenscp md taxts paid 1,642.37 Intt'iTgi paid. 2,834.23 Chtcks and rtli iu-ias 816.78 Nickels iind Pcuüies... 5 4g li.ld 7,7li.20 Silver 1,654.15 U. S. and Nationdi B mk Notes lu,41-.0(' Total 82.46.50 LIABII.ITIES. Capital ttock phid in ..$ 50,ooioo Surplus lui. rl _ 10,000.00 ï'ndmdd profits 11,612.74 Pividends unpitid 30.0c Commercial il'pnsits -64.034.01 bavinge dejiosits (6,191. "6 Tolal ; $W2.4B8.50 .STATE OK MICHIGAN, 1 „ Coumy of Washtenaw, I, Freder:ck H Belsr, Cisliier of the a'nove named Back, do swear that the ahove statement is trae to the b.-st of my knowledge anc b;lief. F.H. BEI. SER, Caehier. Subscribid and sworn to before me thia llth day of Ma., 1881. W. W. WHEDON, Notary Public. CORRECT- A ttesr: KEUREN KEMPF, ] A. KEAKNEY. } D.ivctor. CHAS. E. GKEENE, i Dopt Waste L,u;ïy on inferior Hose but get the trapeas PIRAL" The "SpIraP'CottonHosehavinfr no ontslde covering to hold the mr.isture, as lïuhberhose does, drlcsli koatftweJ. Ofconrsetliereareimiutions; there are FO VR WA Y 8 however, by whlch you can teil if the dealer is trying to sell aniuferlor hose. The Genuine " Spiral" has i. A bl&cH line wovcn in: B sur; it 5 BLACK, pot arK blue, re] or &py tbinj tü-t 11cH. II. Tt)t sterjcil "'SPIRAL.' P&ter)teI AVarcb 30, 1 860," or; every Ieogtb. III. Tr)CORKUGATEDCOUPI-IGa.rl BArtD a.j rj cut. IV. Eacb Ierjgtrj s rjow put up witrj & PlflK WRAPP ER &rourj trje bose rjer tr couplirj?. vi sample zviü be sent free tf you mentiOK this publica(ion. Sold cvervzchcrc. BOSTON WOVEN HOSE CO., Manf 'rs. of Rubber bëlting and Packing, 226 Devonshire St,, Boston I 205 Lake St„ Chicago j 8 Bush St„ San Franlsco. ' Ask my aeents for W. L. JDouglag Shoea. f Bot for nle in your plnce 11 U your lealer to Bend for cntaIoKue secure the asency, and get them for you. "TAKï NOSUBSTITUTE. .J WHY IS THE' W. L. DOUCLAS $3 SHOE CENffêlUEN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEW It Is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; made of the best fine calf, atyllsh and easy, and because we make more shoes 0 this grade than any other mamtfacturer, it equals handsewed shoes costing f rom $4.00 to S5-00. &S 00 (Jeniiine Hand-sewed, the flnest calí vpJ. shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals Frenen mported shoes which cost f rom $8.00 to S12 00 CiA 00 Iland-fewed Welt Shoe, fine calf, !" stylish, comfortable and durable. The best shoe ever offered at this price ; same grade as custonwnade shoes costing from $6.00 to Í9.00. CO 30 l'olice Shoe! Farmers. Railroad Men ? and Letter Carriers all wearthem; flnecalf, seamless, smooth inslde. heavy three soles, extensión edge. Ono pair wlll wear a year. DA 50 fine calf; no better shoe ever offered at ■ this price; one trial wlll convince those vho want a shoe for comfort and service. CO "5 and $4.00 WorkitiKinan's shoes Paia are very strong and durable. Those who lave glven them a trial will wear no other make. RfkVC' -.00 and JSI.7.- school shoes are OUJB worn by the boys every where; they sell on their merits, as the Ini'roaslng sales show. I pH AC S3.00 Hand-Neived shoe, best bclUlvO Dongola, very stylish; equals French mported shoes costingfrom 84.00 to $6.00. Ladies' ti.50. Si-j. 00 and 1.75 shoe for Misses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable. Caution.- See that W. L. Douglas' name and price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. WM. REINHARDT & CO