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If the Baby Is Cuttlng Teeth Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothinq byrüp for chitdren teething. It siothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wtnd colic and is the te9t remedy for diarrhoea. Tweüty-flve cents a bottle. Don 't Tobacco Spit orSmoke YourLife Away." The truthful, startllng title oí a book about No-to bac. the only harmless, guaranteed tobacco hablt cure. If you want to quit and can't, use "No-to-bac." Bracea upnicotinized nerves, eliminates nicotine polsons, makes weak men galn strengrth, weight and vigor. Positiye cure or money refunded. Sold by H. J. Brown, drugsist. Book at drufrgist, or malled f ree. Address The Sterll ,g Remedy Co., Chicago office 46 Kandolph St. ; New ïork, 10 Spruce St. If yon want a firat-class Harness and prices righj, go to Fred Thetirer's, 12 W. Liberty street. tf Delicate gi. Is made strong by Zoa Phora. Disolution of Partnership. The co-partnership between Schuh & Muehlig is and has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All demands owing by the said co-partnership will be paid by Andrew Muehlig. All accounts and demands owing to the said co-partnership may be and are required to be paid to Andrew Muehlig. Dated, Ann Arbor, March ióth, 1895. J. F. Schuh, Andrew Muehlig. Burdock Blood Bitters is nature's true remedy for constipation and kindred ills. It acts directly on the bowels, the liver, the skin, and while cleansing the blood imparts strength to the digestive organs. MWant Money? or a Home? Wan Work? or a Farm? Want to open a store in a growing town? Want _ ____ _ to raise live stock? Want to know how to buy improved farms in a Vfll wel' seUle(1 reirion without payU IJ inS psu' Particulars and publications sent free by F. I. WHIT - - - NEY, St. Paul, Minn. APÍÍL amp OCTOPER Have their peculiar ádvantages but most of us prefer April for Millinery as there is nothing prettier than flowers for hat trimmings. We have flowers and other pretty trimmings in endless variety for all kinds of bats and bonnets. Come in and see wbat we have. j. M. MORTON 1O E. Washington St.


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