llruiis, N. Y., ttep. 11, 1882. Rheumatic Symp Vu. : Gentlemen - I desire to teil you whnt the Rkeumatlc Syrup lias done 'tor me aft usiug it for 't luw montlis. For the last tit teen years I liave been one of the worst suiierers wltb rheumatlsm. My limbs, iirins and hands, in tact my entiru tbnn was drawn out of' shape, aiul I have for vean been unable to do any kind of business, or to wait upon myself. 1 have iised lip nearly all my means doctorinr, but I ffrew woree and'worse all the time n n til all hope had lelt uie, and I had fully decided I would huy no more ot' the so-called remedies; but olie of your company hearing of my car, carne to see mi' and had so oiucfa ! Mi in Hheuuiatic Syrup, íhat he said he wonld cure me or furntsh me the medicine truc of cost. I have taken it as lie dlrected, and to-day um entlrely freo from all rheuraatic mina and have almost entirely regained the use of my limbs, and am ablo to be about and do my farm work, and I believe the Rheumatfo Syrup has done whut no othe r remedy on earth can do. I am truly yours, JbROIII McQueex. P. 8. - Please beur in mind that for the last ten years I have been unable to walk a step without my Crutclies, and much of the time eould not move even wltli them ; was as lielpless as a cliild. When ascisssor-jiiinder stops in front of a western newgpaper office the editor-iuubief alvvaya welcomet lilm In person. - PlilladelpUia C;dl. A Spociflc r.r Cbanire of Life. Wc are in reccipt of a letter from J. T. Ifamby, Esq., of Flor.d Ark., in which the writer says: Bamaritan Nervine,mvts teníale debllue, and linrtng the change of lile it is ¦ speciflc. Suggeotlvtl ('acts truly'. $1.50. A Texas man has been seutenced to mnety-nine yesn in the penitentiary. The judge would have inade it au even huudred, but didn't want to be hard 011 the fellow tor his flrst offencc. - Blunarck Tribune. Wu Uko pluasure iu recouamendln Halls Huir Heuewer to our readers. It restores jrray hair to its youthful color, prevenís baldnes?, makes the hair soft and glossy, does not stam the skin, and is allogether the best known remedy for all hair and scalp diseases. Rlch men are often very tight, but the man who is often tight seUlom becomes rk-h. - Boston Transcript. Ayer's Sarsiparilla tlioroufbly cleanses the blood, stimulates the vital functions and restores the health and (trength. Xo one whosc blood is Impura can feel Welf. There is a weary, hiuguid feéting, and often a sense of discourageuient and despoudency. Persons bavlng the feeliur should take Ayer's Sarsaparilla to purifv and Vitalize tlie blood ''It's a way I have," remarked the butcher as lie let his hand re.st on the scales wblle welghing Uie meat - OU City lïlizzard. "ism-iiupaiba." Quick, complete, cures all auuoylng Kiüney, Bladder and Uriuary Dlseast. $1. DmjrgUt. A yonng lawyer of thU city, who hu a girl in Warren and uiotlier in Corry. and one in Meadvllle, may be gak] to be already conduetíng a eircult court.- Oil City Derrick. Catan h s the seed of Constunption, aml unless taken in time is a very dangeruua disease. Hall's Catarrli Cure never fails to cure. Prlce 75 cents. Sold by Eberbach & Sou. A sick friend writes to us to ascertain tlie shortest road to health. Ttiere are tuo paths- aüopaths and bonuBopatbs; you take your eiioice and pay yotir 111011ey. - Boston Courier. That Hiisband of Mine Is tlnee times tlie man lie was before he began using "Wells' Health Kenewer." $1. Druggists. "Tliose picture cards I brought back froin Boston," remarked Mis. Partingtoii, In a penstve mood. "Then are raoinenttinis of the art loan imposition."- Life. Catarrh of the Bladder. Stinglng irritation.Inflainiiiation, all Kidney and Urinary Complalllta, eured bv "Buchu-iiaiba." $1. "Yes," sakl the IlijrU School girl, "I removed the letter surreptitiously " "Xo you didn't" replied her brother "yon sneaked up to the parlor table and jabbed it in your giïpsack."- Oil City Derrick. Decline of Man. Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexual Debility, cured by " Wells' Health Kenewer." $1. We haven't heard that Oíd Sol has decided to conform the uprisings aud the down-settings to the new standard times: but if the railroads say the word, there will be no help for him but to submit.- Boston Transcript, "Roiigli ou Rats. Clears out rats, inice, roaches, Mies, ants, bed-bugs, skunks, chipmuDks, gophers. 15c. Druggists. A man lately married, was asked at the club about his "Is she pretty?" "No," replied he; "she is not; but she will be when he father dies!"- Ex. Cause of Fallure. -Want of confidence accounts for half of the business failures of to-day. Eberbach & Son the Druggists, are not Hable to fail for the want of contidence in Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, for he gives away a bottle free to all who are suffering with Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Consumption and all aflectious of the Throat and Lungs. Estáte of Olive Jane Wnsïowi OTATE OP MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw. At a sesnion of the Probate Court for the County o( Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office, in the Citvol AnnArbor,onWednesday,the fonnecnthday of November in the year one thousand eitht hnndred aud e;htythrec. Present, Wiliiam D. Uarriman, Jude ot Probate. In the matierof the estáte of Olive Jane Wlnslow, deceased. Simon Winslow executor of the last will aud testament of paid deceaaed, comes into court and represents that he is now prepared to render hig ñnal account as such executor. Thereupon it is ordered,thatVednesday,the nlneteenth day of December next, at ten o'clock In the foreuoon, be assigned lor examining and allowing sucti account, and that tlie devíseos, leñatees and beirs at law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session or said court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, and show cnuse, il any there be, why the said account Hhould not be iillowed. And it Is further ordered, that said executor give notice to the persons interested in said estáte ' ol the pendency or said account, and the hearing ' thereof, by causing a copy of thls order to be l llshed In theAnn ArborC7orir,a newspaper printed and circulating in said county, three successive ' weeks previons to eaid day of hearinc. (Atruecopy.) WILLIAM D. HARBIMAN, Jndge of Probate. WM. G. DOTY, Probate ReElstcr. 1170 1173 Notice to Credltors. OTATR OF MICHIGAN.County of Washtenw,. ONotice ia herelw given.that by an order of ihePro bateCourt for thcCounty of Washtenaw.made on the ! twelfthdayof November A.D. I883,six months trom that date were aliowed for credltors topresent their claims aer.inst the estáte of Mathew Howard, late of said county, deceaced, and that ail credítora ( of said deceasedarerequiredtopresenttheirclaim Í tosaid Probalu Court, at the Probate Office in the i'ity ot Ann Arbor, for cxamination and allowance, on or, before thu twelfth day of May, next, ' and that such claims will be heard before said court, I on Tuesday, the twelfth day of February, and on Monday, the twelfth day of May, next, at ten t o'clock in the forenoon or each of said days. t Dated Anu Arbor, November 12, A. D. 1883. I WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, I 1170-1173 Judue of Probate. 1 Kotlce to Credltors. STATE OF MICHIGAN.County of Wasbtenaw.ss. ( Notice is hereby given, thatby an order of the f Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, made a an the flfth day or November, A. ü. 1883, six s months from that date were aliowed for credilors to v present their clntms against the eetato of Rice A. q [ieal, late of said county, deceased, and that all e :n;ditora of Baid deceased are required to present ri heir claims to said Probate Court, at the Probato Y Jnice.in the city of Ann Arbor.for examination ani a illowance, on or belore the fllth day ol h vlay next, and that such claims will be heard oefore s niid court, (ik Tuesday, the flfth day or Feu s uary, and on Monday, the flfth day of ei day next, at ten o'clock In the forenoon of eacb a )f said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, November 5, A. D. 1883. WILLIAM D. HAKRIMAN, C 11(19-1171! Judze of Probate.