Ayer's Sarsaparilla A compound remecly, dcsigned to be the most cffcctual Allerative that cnn bc made. It is a coaépntrated extract of Part Sarsaparilla, po combiucd with other eubsfances of still Sreater alterative power as to afford an offuetive antidoto for the i rsaparilla is reputcd to euro. It is beïieved that such a remedy is wanted by those who suffer from Strumous complaints, and that one which will aceomplish their cura must prove of immense :■ 'rviiT to this large claas of our Bfflicted fellowcitizens. How completely this compound wil] do it lias been proven by experiment on many of the worst cases to bü fouiid of the following complaints : - SCROFULA AXD ScnOFÜLOUS CoMPLAIüTS, EltUÍTIÓNS AN1 ErUPTIVE D18EA8ES, Ul.CEltS, Pimples, Bi.otckf.s, Troioftg, Salt Rhbuji, SUALD IIeAD, Sïl'IlII.IS ANI) SïPHILITIC Afrr.cTioxs, Mercurial Diseasb, Dropst, NeuUAI.OIA Öll ïiC DÓULOUREUX, Dr.BII.ITY, ÜYSpepsia and Indigestión, Erysipet.as, Kosb or St. Anthony's FiüE, and indeed the vvhole class of complaints arising from Impuiuïy of the Blood. Thia compound will be found a great promoter of health, when taken in the. spring, to cxpel the foul humora which festor in the blood at that season of tho year. By the timely expulsión of them many rankling disorders are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from tho ondurance of foul eruptions and lüeerous sores, through which the system will strive to rul itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do this through the natural channcls of tho body by an alterative medicino. Clcanse out the vitiatcd blood whencver you find its impuritie-3 bursting through the skin in pimples, cruptionSj or sores ; eleanse it when you find it is ob structcd and sluggish in tho veins ; cleanse ii whenever it is foul, and your feelings will teil you when. Even where no particular disorder is feit, people enjoy botter health, and live longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the blood healthy, and all is well ; but witn this pabulum of life disordcred, there can be nu lasting health. Sooner or later somethiiV must go wrong, and the great maehincry of life is disordered or overthrown. Sarsaparilla h.is, and deserves much, tho reputation of accomplishing these ends. But the world has been egregiously deceived by preparations of it, partly because the drug alone has not all the virtuo that is ebúrnea for it, but more because mauv "'.T arations pretending to be or.centrated extracts üï it', contain but little of the virtuo of Sarsanarilla, or any thing else. Durihg lato ycars the public have been misled by large bottles, pretending to give a quart of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most of these have been frauda upon the sick, for they not only contaüi little, if any, Sarsnparilla, but often no curativo proporties whatever. Henee, bitter and paüiful disappointment hus followcd tho use of tho various extracta of Sarsaparilla whieh flood tho markot, until the name itself is justly despised, and has bocome synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still wc cali this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the name from tho load of obloquy which rests upon it. And we think we have ground for believing it haa virtues which are irresistible by the ordinary nu of the diseases it is intc-ndcd to cure. In order to secure their complete eradication from the system, the remedy should be judiciously taken according to directions on the bottle. PREPARE D IJ Y DB. J. C. AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Prlcc, $1 por Bottlc; Six Boules for 83. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won for itself such a renown fur tho cute of every variely of Throat and Lung Complaiut, that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of its virtues, wherever it has boon employed. As it lias long been in constant usa throughout this section, we need not do more than assure the people its quaüty is kept up to the best it ever has been, and that it niay be relied on to do for their relief all it has ever been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pilis, POE THE CUSE 01" Costhcness, Jaundiee, üyspepsia, Indigestión, Dysentenj, Foul Stomach, Erisipelas, Ucadadie, Piles, Rheiimatism, JïniptioHS and Skin Diseases, Liver Complaint, Dropsij, Tetier, Tumors and Sctlt JVteum, ]Vonns, Gout, Neuralgia, as a JJinner Pili, and for Purifying the Blood. They are sugar-coatcd, so that the most sensitive can take them pleasantly, and they are the best aperient in the world for all tho purposes of a family physic. Prioe 25 cents per Box ; Fivo boxes for $1.00. Great numbers of Clcrgymen, Physicians, Statesmen, and eminent personagesSiave lent their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, but our space here will not permit the insertion of them. The Agcnts below named furnish jjratis our American Almanac in whioh they are given ; with also full descriptions of tlie above complaints, and the treatment that should be followed for thcir cure. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with othcr preparations they make more profit on. DeiiKind Ayer's, and take no others. The sick want the best aid there is for them, and they should kave it. AU ciur remedies are for sale by Mak, IBBlffS W1LSQK, andby all Druggists mu] Dealers evepywhere. J. BURHILL. TrltTeling Agent. Axnpcricnt Str-macliin pv ; ROX puriefid ín Oxjgei ftud Carbon bj combustión m Hydrogn. ictionefl !'. ' ■;, in í;.i and preacribed iá Uieir prac :■ ■■ ' - daily prove tK:if no jiropwith i4. Inipnritiea ■. tal i-JiiT.: . ; i .LÍnnit oviury cono Inaoxtoöö Id . í ... ' :. . n wbïcb ít has baon tríed; olutdy curativo in oach of tho foliowlng . vi; Ju lcbïHiy,IVeivouï AíTcc ilons. Bmadatlon uypcplo,Conatípattoii, lílanliorn, lïyscntory, Enciptent ConsumpUoii, Scroftiluu.; Tu bvre ii 1 (&!, Safo RAum, Mfomtiutnfatian, lVhtcs Chlurotis, ComplabUs. Chroni II ada ■'..-■, A7iti■■,■' Fmcrs, PimpUson (he Face, &c. Ln'.ca ■ ■ . ■:.■ bbalDbbilu i . ii";icuti' disease, or of tbe continued dimioutiou of nerveus and y froin clirouic complaints, oue trial of prored bucccssíd! to n extent whtcli do doscriptlon nor wrlttea attostatfon ■■ dor credtbk. ïnralida nu long bed rlddea n ■ ' bcoome forgotten in their owd ueigjiborhoodi, b&TOsud■! ii usl rt-turned trom protracted ira vel in a distont land, Somei ery Big nal instunces of this kil I vicihnsol . .i . rasmus, .s.-uiuineotiB "ii, critic.il citanpi'í, and í bat eoinplication of Dorvoua nul dyspeptic aversión í air aud cxerciiiü fur name. Ni. !.■■■! . ■, . : tí kinds, and for reasona familiar U ■ . llu' operation ui' th.s prepara itnecéssdrlly besatutary, for, unl&othe oíd oxiden, it is vigoro usJy tuuic witlioul líi!) exoiting and over] ly aperient, even tho ■ ' costivenosfl without ; t-;i beinga argatire, or raftiotU I i ation. It is tuin l; tor property, nmor.g oUiers, which inakea it so emarkubly efleotual mil permanent a romedy for Viles, upon frhieb i i fco exert a dlstinet and spooIQo iiction by dispersiu tho local tondenoy which foruin them . In Dtspbpsu, innomerable asaroits causee, slncle box of : ' ato I'itls have often sufïiretl for tbc niú'st habitual cn.ms, incutu the attundeut Costivencss. Piakbikea, eve." wheoadvanced to Dysen ttry confirme1-!, emaoiaÜDg and apparentiy mallgnant, ■ MoaUy de i In the local palnsoss of fleaband Btrength,debiHtatlng :;iit(rnt hectic, whioli generslly Indioate Incipimt C'wsumjjtiitn, m sowral very gratityiug and laag Uutanoes. Iu Scrofaloxi3 Tuhen ■ ' .. thifl rai licated Tron hns had far tuore than the i I the most rautious]y balanoed pr.'iiar:iiiur.j uí iudiue, without aay of bilitlefl ■ :iili'ii1;tni of iVti)il"s r;innotbïtooeonn'ientlv invited to Lhis reniedyaau rcAtorativti ia tho cusos pcculiarly affectin? them. In liht umatis m} bothclironicand innammatory - ín iho lattfM-, ïiiiwcver, more dccri.iivllv- it haa beeo Invariabl; well repoii. 1, both ;i alleviating pain aneï reducing the sn-elliiiiíHaníi sttfihesfl ol the joints and moseola. I-, Pul rtni ■ t Fmerê itmvAtm -:■ rilv boaj?roatremc- anfl em-ríi.'tic reatóratire, and üs proress ijithe now sottlfinontr' of West, wtllprobably bc oue of high renown ii iid usefalnesB. ïf o remedy has ever been dlscovered in the wliolehistory of meiiclne, which elcerts such prompt, hap tully restorative effkicts. Good n. j j ■ 1 ito, complete di■-..■■iiir.r.. rvpid ácqufoftlon of trenxtl' with an unusual dlapositioD for active and cheerful exerdse, imme follow its use. Put up in noat flat metal boxea contaiDing '50 pilla, price 50 ■■ t and dealera. Will bc seut frt-e to any nddre ; on ceoí [pV-of thc pr ico. AU lutterB, ordei's, etc, sUoald be uddressed to B. 11. LOCKl-'&Co., General Aj?fnt=!. 4V7, l ;);;: I , V. For Salo by GRENVitiLE fc FULLER, Ann Arbor. I3UY YOUll CLOTHIÑG Cleveland Clothing House Where thoy now sett V ■ ■: atgroaiiy K.B33XJCEID PEICES, A few rV.i.i ; Hotel. Hurón Street. Aun Artor. A. & C LOBB.