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A STRANGE CASE. How an Enemy was Foiled The followins rrnphic statement vrlll read wit h Intenselnterest: "1 eannoi a ■ i thenumb.creepysensattonthatexlsted iu ny arms, hands and legs. Ihadtorubi i ' ' tlioss parte until f hey were sore, to ovIjtc ■in :i measure the dead feeJin;i thai i, . i aoseesslon of them. In adaition, 1 na Smuige weakness in niy back and aruund-m.v v&ist togetherwith an indescribabie ' feelins in my stomach. Physíctans sh aecreeptng paralysls, from whlob, at ns io their universal conclusión, there i ivlief. Once it íastens upou a person, Miey continúes its llnsldlous progress uutU it reaches a vital pointand the BUtlürcr dlca. Bacb was my prospect. I had been doetorln; a year and a half steudily, but wiih no particular benefit, wben I saw an advertdsemeiit. of Dr Miles' Eestorative Nervine, procirred i bottle and began using it. Marvelous as it cnay seem. but a few days had passed befóte cvo'ry bit oí that creepy feeling had lelt me, and there has not been even the slightest indication of lts return. I now feel as ■well as I ever did. and have gained ten pounds in weight, though I had run from 170 to 137. Four others have used Dr. Miles' Kestoratlve Nervine on my recomenlation, and it hasbesn as satisfactory in their asesas in mine."- James Kane, La líue, O. rr. Miles' Restorative Nervine i BOld by all drugRists on a positivo guarantee, or sent direct by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind., on receipt of price, SI per bot tic slx bottles for Sñ, express prepald. It ia f roe f roiu Wiates or dangerous drugs. Sold by Druggists Everywhere. i 53 =i g p tí a m L sa m g p II L o í S íi e I i Ó Q 15 Él 1 g S ai a i i " 9 í! 8" I g ii S gil I I ' ' I KEPOET OF THE 00NDITI0N OF THE mmiï & mm w - AT- ANN AItliOK, MICHIGAN, At the close of business, July 12, 1893. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $267.023 29 Stocks. Bonds and Mortgages.etc. .... 87,715 07 Overdrafts - 3,53975 Doe from banks in reserve citieB 17,362 St x)ue from other banks and blinkers, 2,069 50 Pueiïom Washtenaw Co 1,315 14 Furniture and ÜXtures 2,000 00 OurreBt expenses and laxes paid Y. 25 60 Interest paid. 387 38 Checksand cash items 3,510 27 Nkkels aud pennies 21948 3old ooin 10,3M)00 Silver coin.... 1,983 20 U.S. and National Bank Notes 1H.5H8 00 Total 11,099 62 LIABIJLITIES. Capital stock paid ín $ 50,000 00 Surplusfund 20,000 (0 TJndivided proflts 5.7S6 06 Dividends unpaid 185 50 Individual deposita 19,97902 CeitificateB of dflposit.. 152,948 59 Savings deposits S2,20033 Total. $411,099 52 STATE OF MICHIGAN, j County of Waehtenaw, ( ss' I, Trederick H. Helser, Cashier of the above oamed bank, do solemnly swear that the aboye rtatement is true" to the best of my knowledge nd belief. F. H. BELSEn, Oashier, Cobrect- Attest . .AmbroRE Kearnev', "I W. F. Dbeakeï, i-Directors. Edward üuffy, I Subscribed and sworn to before methis 19lh day of July, 1893. H. A. Williams. Notary Public. piRE INSURANCE. CHRISTIAN MACK, Asrout for the followinf? Firss Class Companici" representing over twenty-eiht Million DoLtars Aosets, issues policies at the lowest rates .-Etna of Hartford $9,192,644.00 Franklin of Phila 3,118,713,00 Gennania of N. Y 2,700,729.00 American of N. Y. 4,065,968.00 London Assurance, Lond'n 1,416,788.00 Michigan F. & M., Detroit 287,608.00 N. Y. Underwriters, N. Y. 2,596,679.00 National, Hartford 1,774,505.00 Phenix,iT.Y 3,759,036.00 TSpecial attontion given to the Insurance of dwellings, schools, churcües and pnbltc bulldingf Jb tenni of tiiree and üve Teari


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