IBth SPECIAL SA LE[ Saturflay, June 17 lo June 24. We offer this week a line of goods that cannot fail to add one more victory in our long conquest of merchandising. We place on our Special Sale counter the most souglit after forempst seasonable goods at prices that must attract widespread attention. This Week ít'e Satines and Dotted Swill Muslins. GILBERT'S SATINES They are the best the world produces. This season the manufacturers brought out a nevv line reseinbling in make and finish the best styles of silk and known as the Ondine Weaves, and are the most popular goods on the market today. These goods have been extensively advertised in all the large cities at 30c a yard, and are well worth that price. In this sale we offer our entire line, about 50 pieces, Black and White and Black and Fancy Colored Figures - guaranteed not to fade in sun, wear or washing at 15c. To he sold while they last. Another Line, IloTTEH SllSS lIlIIJs! Just what you want for warm weather. 100 pieces worth 20c at 10c. POR INCHIT Full new line Party Gloves al sbades and lengths, prices alway the lowest. White Satin, Fancy Gauze White and Tinted Japanese Fans Ostiich Feather Fans, ]irices rang ing from 2c to ij7 eacti. MattíSÉJ Estáte ot Ariel H. Fillmore. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, COUXTY O ot' Washteuaw, ss. At a session of the Pro bate Court for the Countv of Washtenaw, holde at the Probate OHice in the City of Ann Arb ou Tburaday. the fitteenth d;iy of June, ín th yearone thousand ei'jht hundreri and ninety-three Preent, J. Willaiil Babliitt. Judge of Probate Iq the matter of the estáte of Aiiel II. Fillmore deceased. On reading and flling the petition, duly verified of Catherine M. Fillmore, praying that acertai instrument now on üle in 'Ihis Court, purportin to bc the last wiïl and testament of enid d( ceased may be admitted to probate, and that ad miniatration of said estáte niny be (franted to her self, the executrix in said will named or to som other fcuitable person. Thereuponit iaordered,that Monday, the tent day of July next, at ten o'clock in th forenoon, be aBsiened for the hearing of Bai( petition, and that the devisees, legatees and heirs-at-law of : said deceased, and al other persone interusted in aaid estáte are required to appear at s aession of sak court thn to be bolden at. the Probate offlc in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, i any there be, why the prayer of the petitione shiuld not be sranted: And it isiurthei ordere tbat said petitioner give notice to the per ,ions interested in snid estáte of the pendency o Baid petition, and the hearing thereof, by causin acopyofthis order to be published in the Ani Aiïbor Argus, a newflpaper printed and circulatei n sai'.lcounty, three successive weeks previous t sa'd day of hearing. J. WIIXARD BABBITT, [Atruecopy.] Judjje of Probate Wm. U. Doty, Probate Register.. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried ior Castoria. When she beeame Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Chüdren, she gavethem Castoria.