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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [)# A. MAC LACHLAN, M. B. Di8eaees of the BYE, BAR, NOSE and THROAT Office, cor of Main and Washington Streets. lesidence, 14 S. State Street. Kesidence telephono, No. 128. Offlce telephone No. 134. -lours: 1O a. m. to 1 2 and 1 to 5 p. m. [)R. A .M .FliYNN, OFFICE, No. 3 East Huron Street. KESIDENCE. No. 9 North First Street. Hours- 9 to 1O:3O a. m. 1 to 3 p. m. 6;30to 7:3O p. m. ELiHtr :b. :fo:n":d, JUSTICE OF THE PeACE And Notary Public. Conveyancing done and REAL ESTÁTE boug-ht and sold on commiesion. Patronage solicited. No. 6 N.Main St. - ■ _ # - ATTORNEYS. p B. NORKIS ATTORNKY AT Law. Does a general law collection and conveyancing business. A moderate share of your patronage respectfully solicited. OlBce in the Court House. p R. WILLIAMS, Attornsv ú Law and Pension Claim Attornev, MILAN, MICH. Conveyancing and Collections. DENTISTS. W W. NICH0LS D. D.. DENTIST. In the old St. James Hotel Block. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of rltalizedair. A#-ifICHOLS. DENTIST Late of Nichols Bros. Over Adams's Bazaar No. 13 South Main street. Great Fall Millinery Opening AT MRS. OTTO'S PARLORS Beginning October 14. Alargelineof Pattern Hats and Bonnete will be displayed at this opening. Latest styles in trimmed and untrimmed hats, also in buckram frames. A large assqrtment of fancy feathers, tips and jets. Fine ribbonB in the latest shades. This positively will be the finest opening held at Ann Arbor. Ladies, give us a cali before purohaBing, and convinee yourselves that this is the best as well as the cheapest place in the city. ZMHEeS. A.. OTTO, Cor. 'Washington and Fourth Ave Fü SEMINAR. Fine Advantages In Musio and Art. A superior school. Number oí students limited. Passenger elevator. Steam heat. Certiflcate aciruits to University of Michiaan without examination. Opens SeptJ4. Send for catalogue No. 30 for f uil particular. LOUISE B. SAMPSON. Principal, Kalamazoo. f1 ,1 ÖSJS CHEAP H % % IWI V 20.000 ACRES of iirst K1! 113 f]H ■■ cIass MICHIGAN farm -s ppW gy j lands near railroads, in Alcona, U '. l Alpena and Montmorenty coun ties, soi!. rich clay and gravel loams; i li ooó rimber; wel! watered by spring? li iri2 -ïranis; near churches, schools anc .' ti r. Vrice. S3 to S5 per acre. Easy terms !Jer! ■ ■ --.-s ' :' -liu.,;i:. 818 Ham.-nond Bid'g, Detroit. Mich HSlJiSi Pupil of Saurot. After three years' study al the "Stern Conservatory," Berlin. Germany, under eminent teachers in Solo, Ensemble, and Theory; also under professors of the "Berlin High School" is now prepared to take pupils at nis rooms in the Ann Arbor Organ Company's Building, Cor. Main and Liberty Sis., -A-IsrCsT AB"3OR. @yTerms made known on application. . Estáte ot John C. Welsh. STATE OF MICHIGAN, COUNTY of Washtenaw, 8S. At a session of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the City of Ann Arbor on Monday, the niDth day of October in the yearone thonsand eight hundred and ninety-three Preeent, J. Willarrt Babbitt, Jude of Probate In the matter of the estáte of John C. Welsh deceastd. On readine and flling the pctition, dtily verified of Garrett Wall, eurety on the bond of the admin istrator of ssid estáte, praying that he may be released from ail furtner liability as such surety and that the aaid adruinistratnr be required to render an account to this Court of his uoina as such dministrator. Thereupon it is ordered,that Monday, the sixth day of November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assierned for the hearing of Bni petition and the renderin? and henng of said account, and that John P Welsh, adiumistrator of saidestnte, andtheheirs-at lawof said deceased and all other persons interested ín said estáte are required to appenr at a aession of bhh court th-n to be lioldpn at the Probate office in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, i: any there be, why the prayerofthe petitioner should not bp eranted : And it is furthei orderet that eaid petitioner give notice to the paid persons interested in said estáte of the pendency f said petitiou and account, and the hearing thereof by causiug a copy of this order to be pulilislied ii the Ank Arbok Akous, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county, three snccessive weeks previous to nad day of hearing, and by persona sí'rviceof a copy of this order upon said John P Weleh, adraiuistrator, at least lourteen days previous tos3id day of hearing. J. WII.LARD BABBITT, [A true copy.] Judge of Probate Wm. U. Doty, Probate Register Build up and Purify the Blood, Strengthen the Nerves, make solid flesh and muscle. The eovereign remedy for all disorders arisins from an Impure or impoverished condition of the Blood or from Shattered orWeak Nerves. Price, 60 cents a box ; six boxes for $2.50. Send for Pamphlet, also free sample of Puritan Pellets, the ideal laxativo. At all druggists or direct. (Stamps accopted.) PÜRITAN PEARI.S CO., Detroit, Micli. jrf BUSALSS ., V. 7t5 WILCOX VE. i Detroit Mich. "mt Efluentes yoiing men ïind vnmcii to maintain themseWes n bflependence, s.ive moncy and accumulate wealth. Business, Sliorthami, Peninanshtp, lïnIish aiul Mechanical Dniwing D?paruuents. Thorouh System if ctiuntintj house attufl busin.'SS. B-.isiness Uuivcrsity Building. lllustrated Catalogue tree. W. 1'. JEWELL, Prest. P. R. SPENCER, Sc'y


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