TMK LINE 8ELECTED BY THE U. 8. COVT TO CARRY THE ƒ ABT MAIL. It if the only line with lts own track from CHICAGO TO DENVER, Eilher by way of Omaha, Pacific June., St. Joseph, Atchlson or Kansas City. It connects In Union Depots with throuqh tralns from NEW YORK, PH1LADELPHIA, ÖOSTON and all Eastern points. It Is the principal line to SAN FRANCISCO, PORTLAND CITY OF MEXICO It traverses all of the six qrcat States of ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, KANSAS. COLORADO with uranch Unes to all thelr important cilios and FroSm CHICAGO. PEORÍA or ST LOUIS. It runj evory day In the year trom onc to threo clcgantly equipped through trains over lts own tracks between Chicago and Denver, Chicago and Omaha, Chicago and Council Bluffs, Chicago and St. Joseph, Chicago and Atchison, Chicago and Kansas City, Chicago and Topeka, Chicago and Cedar Raplds, Chicago and Sloux City, Peoría and Council Bluffs, Peoría and Kansas City, St. Louis and Omaha, St. Louis and St. Paul, Kansas City and Denver, Kansas City and St. Paul, Kansas City and Omaha, For all points In Northwest, West and Southwest. Itsequlpment is complete and first class In every particular, and at all Important points Interlocklng Switches and Signáis are used, thus insuring comfort and salety. For Tickets. Bates. General Information, etc, regardlng the Burlington Route, cali on any Ticket Agent in the United States or Canada, or address T. J. POTTER 1it V.P. t Gfn. Mor., Chicago. HENRY B. STONE, Asst. Gen. Mok., Cmicaoo. PERCEVAL LOWELL, Gin. P6. AQT., Chicaqo. Estáte of George Kinir. QTATEOF MICHIGAN.County of VVuiiijntw,u Ata sesalon of the Probate "tirt for the C'onnty of Washtenaw. bolden at the Prufaiu oilici-. Ie ihe city ol Ann Arbor, od Tuesday, the twentyeighth dayol July, iu the year ma tboimmid elgnl bundred and ek'lily-flve. Present, VN Ullum D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of tta eftata "f Gcorpc Klnu deceased. George W, Biiley, It1; exocotor f the last wilt and tcatinnont ol "aid deceaaed, comee Into conri and represen! thar he Is now prepared to riurter ui.i final account as aucli eX' ' utor. Tbereupon It is ordered, that Tuesday, the twenlyflfth duy of Au-iiBt net, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned lor exaniiiiint; and allowiug such account, and that the deviseeti legatees, and helre at law f pnid deceased, and all otber persons Intercsted in said are required toappear at a session of said court,theu to be holden at the Probate Oltice. in the city of Ann Arbor, tn said conniy, and show anise, if any there be, why the eaid acooant shonld not be allowed. And t is turther ordered, tliut said eiec tor glve notlce to the persons Intt ín aaid estáte, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereof, hy cauaing a copy ol this order lo be puhlished iu the Ann Arbor Duurier, n newspaper prlnted and circulated iu sa! coimty, two nuccesêlve weeks previous to said day ol hearing. (A trae cc.)iy.) WILLIAM D. HAKKIMAN, Jadee ot Probate. W.VI. U. DOTY. Probate Keidster. 1258-12W) Estáte of Kaucy Whoeler. STATfi Oí MICHIGAN, County of Washtcnaw, 88. At a essloD ot the Probate Conrt for the Comity of Washtenaw, holden at the Probata Il'n ¦ in ïhe oity of Ann Arbor, on Wülneday, the 12 h day of August in the year onc thousaud eiilit bandita and eighty-fWe. Present, Williaui l). Ilarriin.in, .lodiii' of Probate. In the matter of Uie estnte of Nancy Wheeh-r, decea-ed. Calvin Bitas execut r of the hisf w i II and testament of said deceaed, comes Into eoort and representa that he is now prepared to render his flnal account as such exeentor. Thereupon it it ordered, thal Tuet'dav, the löth day ofSeptember next,at 10 o'clock i ioiem on be assigiied for the examlnint? aitd allowing of faid account' and that the devisees, leñatees, and heirs at law ol said de ifmnorl . and all otlu-r persotis lnterested in said estáte, are required to appear at asession of said coart, then to be holden at the Probate office, iu the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, if any there be, why tlie praier of the petitioner should uot be grautcd. And it is further ordered, that said excutor ?ive notice to the persons lnterested in f ald óslate, ol the ptmdency of said pctltion, and the heariue thereiif, Dy causing a copy of thls order to be pubiished in the Ann Arbor Courier, a DOmpupar printed and circnlatint; in said county, threo succetive week previous to said day ol hearing. A true copy. WILLIAM D. HAKKIMAN, Judtie of Probate. WM. G. DOTY, Probate Register. 127U-'3. Estáte of William latson. STAT E OF MICHIGAN, Couuty of Washte DUW, SB. At a sesaloD of the Probate Court for the ('.ounty ol Waahtenaw, holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, twenty-fouith day of Aucust, in the year ooathoasand eitht hun dred and eiuhty-five. Present, William D. Harriman, Judge ot Trábate. Ín the matter of the estáte of Wiliiam Litson, deceased. Philip Barh, Ïhe trustee of sairi eétstd comes into court and represent. that he is now prepared to render his final account as suh trustee, Therenpon It is ordered, that Friday, the llth day of September next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for exaiuiuiDL' and allowIng uch account and that the 'dcvlgees, leñatees, and heirs at law of said deceaaed, and all other panosa tnterented in said estáte, are required to appear at a eesnlon of said court, theti te be holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor. in aaid county and showcauíe.il any there be, why the said account should not be aliowed. And it Is further ordered, that said trustee glve notice to the persons interesled in said estáte, of the nend ency of said account, and the beariDfi thi'rel,by cansina a copy of tbis order to be pvbllsned in the Ann Arbor Courier, a newspaper priuted and circula'int,' in said county, two weeks previous to eaid day of hearing. (A trne copy.) WILLIAM D. HAKKIMAN. Jndiieof Probate. WM. G. DOTY. Probate Résister. 1261-1263 NOFEEÜ ) isTiBLisnta i.i;t. (Merrill UNTILBETTERDETRorr,TinCH. Block. fttiïr T1" Segular, Old-EctabUshed L M PHYSICLO & SURGEOX ftr-Haf II itUl ttMting vith thi grtatNt %& 8KILL AND SUCCESS YOUNG MEN, MÍDDLEAGEO MEN and all perrons who by their own acts of Imprudenoeor Kollf at any pcriod of lifc havcbnmght pon themsdves, c vil cfiects fuUowim; closely upon the heels of trrmscjrcssion of tne laws of nature, should consult the cclehrated Iir.Clarke at once. Itcmrmliorl Nervous dlsense8(vith or without dreams) or tf"lllit y and loss of nervO power treated scientilically by ncw n:itlii-i!s with rever faiüT-j success. #y-It makes i diffcrence what jou havo taken or wiio has íaiicd to cure ou. -The trrrPiopolionioSyplilliiand! bad blood.ands'.iin diRttaaafl, comnletcW cradicated without mtrcurjr. Komeui bur that tVis one horrible diaoafio,ït Deglcctcd or improperly treated,cuae the presentánd cuminggenerutiona JJAll nnnntural á?. chirles cured promptly without hlnjrance tob .. Ka txperiments. Iioth SKKConsult co;..i !, ntlr.lly. Aro and speriencoimp rt:i:it. A.W ritton Runranti-o oí cure givou ia tvciy caso undertakea. 5endtTOEtamTii ir cnldiratod worVs on Chronlc, Kcrvou, jn.l Ielirat Di'Jeases.You have anexh:uit ivoBymptomatolopy by w!,( h tostudyyour own cas -. Conaultaton.penonr allyorby letter, f.-co. OfBoei and parlurs prlTat. Jledicinessent evcrywhere secure frnni ex poBure-HourSjStoSj.MiniJay.pto Ii, AddrcisF. D. CLARKE, M. D. MEBHIU. BLOCK, DETROIT, Mich. .T.HE BEST Eutber Overshoes T WïAlt OTEB YOBtt WOOL BOOTS, aretliose now mado by tho "Eundeo" ünbbcr Oo, exprosly for Michigan trade for the acason of 1985 and 6. EVEKY PAIK WARRANTED againstcomlag apart la elthcr aolo or upper and guarunteed to glv eatlsfaction In cTcry respect. Made for Rcputation, glving the wcarer mora for Ma money thaa he can get in any other mako of goods. Of BEST BOOT STOCK, and not ol ordinary OTcrthoe stock. Tho Boles mado tlio Mme aa Iiubber Boot Solea having a thick aolo aud then a tap aole npon that. Thls tap aolo la thlckcned la the muidle, and ia DOUBLÉ THICK ON TII12 11A1.I,. Thla la the great wcaring polnt. The Doublo Thlck Ball and the Boot Stock upper, glvc a shoo wblch will potiiivtly outwtar ttñv otJur lbo iu tho market evea of tho vcry beet brand. NO HICHEtt IN PRICE. Thonsanda of dollars saved to Wool Boot woarera thla acaaon. Don't bo afraid of tbc quaüty. THE WARRANT SECURES YOU. Cali fot the "Candtt Voiible Thick Baü goodt." Warrant ttamptd on mry thot. b'ul' ;lk' (O 1 lie 1 1 h K. & J. CLMMIKGS i CO, Detroit.