ifAfAJAMAMAMAtAtAM is a disease which afflicts over 75 per cent, of the American people. It is a , dangerous disease because it not only poisons the blood but causes heaviness, oppression,anddulls the intellect. Then follow chronic headache, loss of appetite, slow digestión, nervousness, bad breath, dingy complexión and low spirits. It will eventually bring on liver and kidney disease in some incurable form. But sufferers from this dreaded malady are spcedily Warner's SAFE Cure and Warner's SAFE Pilis. Leading physicians the world over, have acknowledged this fact, and thousands of people throughout the land have testined to it. SAFE Cure puts a stop to backaches, headaches, constipation, loss of appetite, dyspepsia, tired feelings and sleeplessness. It builds up the exhausted system. It is a sure cure for liver and kidney complaint in any form, and the only remedy that has ever been able to cure Bright's disease. If you are feeling the need of such a remedy, you cannot do better than try this king of remedies, the great VAtAtAtAfAAAtAtAAA g B.NOKRis Attoknky at Law. Doos a general law oollectionand conveyanc ng business. A moderate share of your pai ronage reBpedfuUv solloited. üffloe 18 1 Huron Street, upstairs. Estáte of Ida J. Sage. STATE OF M1CHIUAN, COUNTY of Wauhtenaw.BS. At a session of the Probate Court for the county of Waehtenaw, hokler. atthe probate office in the city ot' Ann Arbor, on Monday, the 30lh day of November, in the yeni ooe thousand eight hundred and ninety-six. Present, J. Willard Babbitt, Judge of Probate. In tbc. matter of the estáte of Ida J. Sage, incompetent. Fred A. Howlett, the guatdian of said ward, comes into court and represente tbat he is now prcpured to render bis annual account as such guardián. rhereupon it ia ordered, tbat Tuesday, the 52d day of December instant, at ten o'clock in ihe forenoon be assigned for examining and allowine such account, and that the next ofttin of aid ■ward and all otber persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a seuiqon of said court, then to be holden at (he ;. róbate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, and show cause, if any there be, why the s . ld account shouH not beallowed. And it is f urther ordered that said guarrliau give notieO to the persone interested in said estáte, of thepndeooy of said ac count and the hearing thereoí. by causing a oopy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbok Arötjs, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. tvto Buccescive week.' previous to said day of hearing. J. WILLARD BABUITT, (Atrueoopy.) Judge of Probate. William tí . Doty. Probate Register. Notice of Sale of Stock for the Non Payment of Assessments. DEFAULT HA.VING BEEN MADE BY John D. Haywood, in payment of assessnientB upon thirty-ciiflit. ft) sbares of stock held by mm in the Salem Butter and Cheepe Company, of Salem, Michlfran, and due r otice havinB been (flven suid Jnhn l. Haywood ol sin h assessmentf as requireii by luw; now, thertifore, notice Is herefoy giren that said thii'ty elght (38) ehares of stock, or co mBii. sIihp stbereof as muy be necessary to pay gald assessments. amwnting at thp date f tbis notice to two hundred and two dollars and iifty-seven cents (8202.57) toeether with theeosteof t1 is sale, will be sold nt public auction to the bigïiest bidder, at the business otflee of said corponttlon, in the towiibhlp of Salem u fori'suid, on Monday, the l'onrth day of .iHiiuary, 1B97, at ten o'olock a. m. oftlmt day. I!y order of the board of dfreetors, H. B. TMAYEE, I'resldent, I 48-51 J. B. WATERMAN, Secrotary.