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The Only One To Stand the Test. Rev. William Copp, whose father was a physician for over fifty years, in New Jersejr, and who liimself spent many years preparing for the practice of medicine, but subsequently entered the ministry of the M. E. Church, writes: "I am glad tto testify that I have had analyzed all the sarsaparillapreparations known in the Jl til O is the only one of them that I could ree om m e n d as a blood-purilier.Ihave given away lmndreds of bottles of it, as I consider it the safest as well as the best to be had."- Wm. Cbpp, Pastor M. E. Church, Jackson.Minn. M ML the ONLY WOELD'S TAÏR m Sarsa parilla When in doubt, askfor Ayer's Pilla AMERICAN ; SILVER t L TRUSS. J s K S ' . - -,--■-'-'■■■ 'g co K g ƒ A-;V;'íí "pir g. % K---'yp LIGIIT, B m e $i$ COOL, L? ■ Easy to Wear. Z Retains No pressure on Severest V HipsorBack. r Hernia j Ko understraps. c with Comfort. Never moves. MANL'FACTURED AT 290 Hain St., BUFFALO, N. Y. p R. WILLIAMS. Atiornev at Law and Pension Claim Attorner, MILAN, MICH. Co nveyanelag and Collections County Teachers' Examinations. The examinations of teachers for 1896-7 will be held as lollows : Begular examiuation for all grades at Ann Arbor, the thiid Thursday and Friday of August, 1896, and the last Thursday and Friday of March, 1897. Eegular examinations for second and third grades, at Ann Arbor, the third Thursday and Friday of October, 1896, and the third Thursday and Friday of June, 1897. Special examiuation for third grades at Manchester, the third Friday of September, 1896. Wm. W. Wedemeyer, Commissioner Estáte of Lovel Harrison. STATE UF MICHIGAN, COUNTY of Wasutenaw, 88. At a session of the Probate Court fnr the County of Wnahtenaw, holden at the Proliate Office in the City of Ann Arbor, on Thursday, thelTth day of September, in !he year one thousand eight hundred and niuetysix. Present. J. Willnrd Babbitt, Judce of Probate. In the matter of the estáte o) Lovel H&rrison. deeeased. Onreadinr and fili nsi the petition, dtily verified, of Abbie Flagg, praying tbat a certais Enstrument nowonfilein tuis court, purport'ng to be the last will and testament of said deceased, may be admitted to pioltate anil (hat adininistiatidii of Baid estáte muy lie grnnted to William P. Browu tbn executor in gaid will named or eome other suitablc person. Therenpon it ia ordcred, that Monday, the lDih dïiy of October next.aTten o'clock in the forenoon, be assiiïncd tor the hearing of snul pention, anti that tht' devise, s, leñatees and heirs at law cf said deeeased. and all other persons i ntci esi ed in said estáte are requircd to appenr at sion of paid Court, then to be holden at the Probate Oftice in the city of Ann Arbor, andshow eauseit any tm-rebe, why the prayer of thepetitioner should not bc granteel : And it is furtberoideiedthat said ix-tifionergive notice to the persons interesled in said estáte of the pendeocy of eaid petition and the heariDtr thereof ty causingacopy of tlils order tobe published in the Ask Akbob Argus, a newspaper pnuteJ and circulatecl in 6aid connty,threesucceseivc weekp previous to said da y of hearinp. 1. WILLARD BABBIÏT, [A true copy.] Judge of Proba1.Wm. G.DÓty. Probate Register.


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