Homes for World's Fair Visitors. In view of the crowded condition of Chicago and its hotels during the World's Fair period, Poole Bros. have done a public service in issuing a very carefully prepared list of the homes in Chicago that are thrown open to the public on this occasion. The list is complete and gives the name, location, and number of rooms, etc., so that correspondence may be had and arrangements made before the visitor comes to Chicago. This list is accompanied by splendid sectional maps of the city on a large scale, bywhich the location of every house can be accurately found. Copies can be obtained at the Michigan Central ticket office at the publisher's price, 50 cents - less really than the value of the maps themselves. The Summer Tours of the Michigan Central, "The Niágara Falls Route," are unrivaled in their variety, picturesqueness and comfort, embracing the best routes to Petoskey, Mackinac Island and Michigan Resorts, Niágara Falls, Thousand Islands and the St. Lawrence River, the Adirondacks, Green and White Mountains, Canadian Lakes, and the New England Sea Coast. A copy will be sent upon application to H. W. Hayes, Ticket Agent, Ann Arbor. Hibbard s Rheumatic and Ltver jfitts. These pills are Bclentiiically coiapounclef'. and uniform In action. No üripinjr pain commomly folio wing the uxf. oï pills. They are adapted to both adultg and children wlth safety. We gunrauteu that they have no equal In the cure of Sick Headache, Constlpation. Dyspepsia and Biliousness; and, as an appetizer, they eicel any other preparation. For sale by John Moore.