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NEW BOOT SHOE MT. B. COLE, (Succossor to Moore & Loomis,) FRANKLIN BUILDINGS, Mam sti-eet, Arm Arbor, has just rewived b FALL AND WINTER STOCK! OF BOOÏS, SHOES & RUBBERS, inanufactured from the best material aml warranted to (five -satistnelion, Gotuiatülg of MEN'S KIP, CALF AND THICK BOOTS, DOUBLÉ SOLEJÏ, MEN'S BUFFALO OFERSHOES, of all descnptions. LADIES' G-AITEES, Morocco Bootees, Balmorals, Feit Overshoen, and Rubbers. Also, Coy's Kip, Ch1í& Thick Boots, tpgdtber wilh a rsriety of CHILDKEN & YOUTH'S SHOES. I am also Manufaclurlng WARKANTED BOOTS & SHOES. Meu's Fine French CalJT Hoofs Pegged and Kewed. nivemi' :i :-■! I ; before purchasing elsewhere. I will iell my 1: om is cheap for c-:th. ItEPAIRJLN'G NEATLY DONE AND ON SHORT NOTICE. N. B.COLE. Ani] Arbor, Oct. 23d, 18C3. 927tf Trnüses ! RÜPTÜRK CAS BE CÜRED KY a TRÜS8 of the nsht kind, if propevlj fut ei) and duly at tended (o. This bas been abundantly degioiisirated n iuDumera ble instancpa by thpuseofthe Multljicdnl Trngs of Ur. RtgKs, donng the lostfew yeárs. This Tfuss beiDgcOTcied wlth Hard Rubber, is perfecfly waterproof, raay he used in batfainfr, aml is alvrays cieanl; as wéll as Indestructible by ordfnary usage, if not atiefaotory after a fair trial of isty days, it nuv be rturncd. It challenge s comparison with any trus-s knnwn. Dr. RIGGS' Office, No. 2 BARCLAY Street. New York. agjtf CITY COOFSR SHOP. 'Vholcsaleaud Ketail, O. C. SPAFFORI) Would rpsprclfnlly announce to lite citizens oí Ann Arbor and vicmity, that te ia uuw icanuiactnring andkeepscoiiritiinily on hnd a Large Assortment of Cooper Work! such us Pork and Cidcr Üarrels, Kogs, Firkins, Churas, Well Buckets, &c, Which wili be sold cheap for c;isli. CUSTOM "VT" OEK Made to order on short notice. liepairíng done with iieatuess and disp&tch, 1 would cali particular atteution to Merchants iu want of Butter Firliius I :lui iilanufacturintr the IV(W Yotk State Flrklli, whieh is a better Ffrkin tban has ever before been of fered in this uiarket. 1 would invite all who want Krkins to Cali and exanine for themselves before purchasing elsewhre, and I trill convince you thae-ou have called at the right place. 1 would also callthe attontioii of Brcwers in want of BEE li Iv E G S . I am now prqpared to manufacture Rights, Quarters and half Bbls, in Urge or stnali lots, and of a Better Quality than can be had in Detroit orelsewhere. jAll worfe warrautcd to give entirc satis 'Uetion. Ilianklul for pastfavore and by a strict attention to bminesü, I liope 10 rat-rit a continue', liberal sui.plv of the public patronage, S3_ Do uot forget tocallat the City Coopor Shop. O. 0. SPAFFOED. Detroit Si Azld Arbor, Mich. 8S8jl G REAT. GREATESGREATEST BAIC&AINB E VEE OFFEEED 1 859, Loi -" 59, [ntIii5City,arenowbeingofFereflat tbe OHEAP.CLOCK.WATCH, & T o 7%7 elry t oxOTHESubscribor would sny to the ei tizens oí Ann Arbor, in partieulHr, and the rest oí Wnshtenaw Countv in cennrnl. that heliHsjust 1MPORTED fi RECTLY frora EÖHQPE.a Tremendou8 Stock of Watches! All ofwhichbn binds himsclfto seJl CHEAPER than ' can be bought wpst oí" New York City, Open Face Cylinder Watches trom $6 to $10 ! do do Lever do do 8 to 21 lunting Caao do do do 14 to 35 di do Cyünder do do 9 to 28 Gold Wfttehesfrom 20 to 150 I have also the CELEBRATED AMEBJCAN WATCHES, wbichl wlll seil ttr S:i.r. Kvwry Watch warranttd to erforin well, or tbc rnunoy refundcd. .Clocks, Jfiwoïry, Piated Ware, Fancy Goods. Gold l'ens, lusirfillnstrumenta and Strings, ! Cutlery, &,c.t nd in fact avariety of everythiDg uua]ly keptby Jewelnrecan be boufrbtf'ojihn nextuinety days at v'"r O W N PRICES! 'ereoiis huyiiur aiiythinj; Ht this wM' known rstab■hme Dl can rély apon getmig goods xnctiy as repesentd, ortheinuney reíundod. CaJlrarly and seure the bost bartrains ever o fie red in thit City. One word in regard to Rcpairing : We arr preparnd to rmifce nny ropnirs onfino or comraon Wntches, even to mkinsc er the enttro watch, " necesHary. Repnirïnfr of Clocks and Jewciry as sim]. Aiso the mminCncturintr ot KINGS. BROOCHH, r nuything deaired, from Calit".rniH Gold onebortnoce. Knsraviniï in allits brancheeoxcented witbneatess and dispatch. J C. WATTS. Anu Arbor, Jan. 28thl859. 7L4w ïlifle Factory! Beutier & Traver, [Puccespors to A. J, Sutherland,] Manufacturera of nnd Dealers in Guns, Pistols, Ammunition Flasks, Ponshes Game Bags, and Everjother article ii. that Line. All kinde of nFt.Ei'jiSL.xn.xisrcadone at the shortest notitie, ind in tüe best manner. a f n 1 1 nssortmentáiways kept on hand and made order. tk9. Shop corner Main and Yaühugton streets. Ann Arbor, Oct. 8, l?6i. 873U" JNotice. 11IIE AKNl'AI. MFETIXG of the Orman Farmers' ' Fire [nnurailfie Coaopany Till bt. held at the ' dence of CHRISTUS FBBY, in clo, ' On Moaday Dec. 7th at XOo'clock A. M. J. o. kocö, ■?. 9ii,i9ca. psow ttt'j. J) . The peculiar taint or w!V O Mectiou wliich wc cali a6w mB Scrofula lurks in gT vgM tho constitutions of ss, a -iffeN multitudes of men. It - 1N y oitïu'r produces or is -iZrZfi 'eobled, vitiated stato SNfeiSi?- ■ "of the blood, whcrein íSBwk lg thnt fluid becomes inHr pwjsTHYJtlic vital forces in their IllffifffL Jvllpif,ttl5f vigorous action, and ' iM-.ffL leaves the system to "" csás - f - deeay. The scrofulous contaminatioii is-varionsly caused by mercurial clísense, low living, disordered digestión from unhealthy food, inipure air, filth and filthy lutbits, the depressing vices, and, above all, hy the venêreal infection. Whatever be its origin, it is hcreditary in tho constitution, descending "from. párente to children unto the third and fourth peneratiofl ; " indeed, it seems to be the rod of Him viho says, " I will visit the iniquitics of the fattori upon their children." The diseases whieli it originfltes take varióos ñames, according to tho organs it attacks. In the lungs, Serpfula produces tubercles, and finally Consuraption ; in the glands, sweUinga which suppurate and become ulcerous sores ; in the stomaeh and bowels, derangements which produce indigestión, dyspepsia, and liver complaints; on tho skin, eruptive and cutaneous affections. Tlieso all liaving the samo origin, require tho same remedy, viz. purilicatiou and invigoration of tho blood. Purify the blood, and these dangcrous distempera leave you. With feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, yon cannot havo hciilth ; with that ■' life of thé rlesh" healthy, you cannot have scrofulous disease. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is compounded from the most effectual antidotes that medical science has discovered for this afflit-ting distemper, and for the cure of thö disorders it entalla. That it is far superior to any othcr remedy yet devised. is known by all who have given it a. trial. That it does combine virtues truly extniordinary in their effect upon this class of eomplaints, is indisputabiy proven by the great multitude of ]ublicly known and remarkablc cures it lias made of the following diseases : King's EvÜ or Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Erysipslas, Eose or St. Anthony's Fire, Salt Kheum, Scald Head, Coughs from tuberculous deposita in the lungs, White Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia or Indigestión, Syphüis and Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases, Female Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whole series of complaints that arise from impurity of the blood. Minute reporta of individual cases may be found in Ayer's American Almanac, whieh is furnished to the druggists for gratuitous distribution, wherein may be learned the directions for its use, and some of the remarkable cures which it has made when all other remedies had failed to afford relief. Those cases are purposely taken from all sections of the country, in order that every reader may have access to some one who can speak to him of its benefits froin personal experience. Scrofula depresses the vital cnergies. and thus leaves its victims far more subject to disease and its fatal results than are healthy constitutions. Ilence it tends to shorten, aiid does greatlv shorten, the average durntion of human life. The vast importante of these considerations has led us to spend years in perfecting a remedy which is adequate to its cure. This wc now offer to the public under the name of Ayf.r's Sarsaparilla, nlthongh it is composed of ingredients, some of which exceed the best of Sarsaparilla in alterativo power. By itsaid you "may protect yourself from thesuffering and danger of these disorders. Purge out the foul corruptions that rot and fester in the blood ; purge out the causes of disease, and vigorous health will follow. By its peculiar vimies this remedy stimulates the vital functions, and thus expels the distempers which lurk within the system or burst out on any part of it. Wc know tbc public have been decejved by many compounds of Sarsapariüa, that promised much :md did nothing; but they will neither be deceived nor disappointed ir this lts virtues have been proven by abundant trial, and there remaius no question of its surpassing excellence for the cure of the afnicting diseases it is intendcd to reaeh. Although under the same name, it is a verv different medicine from any other which has been before the people, and is far more effectual than any other which has ever been available to them. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, The World's Great Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Ineipient Consumption, and for the relief of Consumptive patients in advanced stages of the disease. This has been so long used and so universally known, that we need do no more than assiire the public that its qunlity is kept up to the best it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do all it has ever done. Crepared by Pk. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Anulylical Chemists, Lowell, Mass. Sold by all druggists everywhere. ,. M'll. -i'. Aun Aiohr, E. ÏAMSOM, ■i A I U1X' , üf-ln, MIIl.!i()N & IIATCII. (Tholesalebj FAEKANDSHELBY &Có., De(roit. C 1'. C'lPl'KN. Travelling Agent. " UNIVERSAL CL0THB8WKÍÍIÍBÍ O No. 1. Lah'ïK Famii.y -Wkinükk ..$10.00 No. 2. IÏkdiuh " " 7.00 No. 2X " " " 0.00 No. 3. SHtll " " 5.50 No. S. I.ABOEHOTEI. " 14.00 No. 18. Medu'M LAfNDKY ( to run by "1 IS. 00 No. 2'2.IjAbgií " sleam or l 30.00 (. hand. j Nos. ) and 3 have no Cogs. All otlier.? are warraated. No. S is the size generiilly uscil n ivae l&mfllM . ÜKAXGK Juni), ot the "Auierie m Ariculturist " says of the UNIVERSAL CIjOTHES WRINGER. "A cliii'l cao rivulily wring out a tubt'ul! of clotlios inafevminules. It is in reatíty a CJLOTHES SAVEK ! ATIMESAVEB1 aftd a STRNGTH SA VER 1 Tho saving of g;tniH'iiJis w ill iloiif ]■■ y .t lartíe yw o entape on ii cost. Vothiiik the machiae much more tban PATS Koli nKLF EVKKV EAU in ')' iavinj of garmentp] Theri! are srvt'iul Kitu!s, ncaily alike in general consiruction but we conaïcTcr it [mporjapt ilit the Wringer Ue littfd with Co#s, a masR of gnrments may dop: tl: rullci s, and tbc rollers upon the crankehátt slip and tear clohes, or the rubber break loose from the slmCt. Oar ovn is one oi' the first nmlii', iina it is iM'nrlv :i s GOQD AS NEW after nearly F0U8 YEAÏtS' CONSTAWT UáE " Every "Wrirgei with Cog "Wheels is Warranted ín every Particular. M WRIMEB CM BE DURABLE WITHOUT COG WHEELS. A gooil C-VNVASrfXR K&nlflU in oxexy Unvn. On reaeipt of Hit' lyrici; iiom pJaces where no one is sellingi we will send the wringer ikkk ov e.pbkse For partioulars and circulara address 9l5tf R "'. BROWMXC, B47 Broadway, N.Y. uvËRTrïirröRTn J. GREEN & E. ÜKOWN, tiavo purchased tbe Horaes anti airiages (jf li. Green, in'l have also adflêa Ñtíhie ver y [vo I toi sos ,t Carriages o the above stock in the samo h:trn, so that they can íuií y nu all nu reasonable tetina. Cali and See! Aan Artor, Ja!jrl4th, 1803. tmTli. Sheriflp8Saür BY VIRTUE of an eicculion issued out of ,„, the seal of tho Circuit Court for th ?.'J JHt Washlenaw,andtoinedhv,;ted di , r' 'I A. I) WW.'.sr.m.t the róód, a„., öhTt ' , ' J"'j Í want thereol, the and teueMnta i f0' SmitU and William S. Maynara, iWe Rh 'aGBN led upon ani acized all the riglit title and ln ,„J OilpürtSmithinandto the fullowiDg dceriV? ""'■ ea towit ■ BeinK all that ci-rtain tract or ' t""tl land aituatedin the City of Ann Arbor in tl !. of Washtenawand State of Michigan knowí i. M' limldesmbcdas follows, tO wit" te I '''"♦( four (4j in block three (3) south of Huron ,,"uotl range mimler six [6] cast according to the R '■ plat of the Village, now city, ol Aun Arbor bern"'"1 [8J rodson Fifthatreet and sixteen [16] rods „„ L Street. All of hiel, premises I eipot X the law directs, at the front door of the Conn u " fn the City of Ann Arbor that being the place f„ r7f mg the Circuit Court for said County, of Wn " on Satarday the afih day of December, A Dik" ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day ' J' ' PHILIP WIXKGAR SW. October. 5th 1863. ' "'"■ The above pale is hereby pcslpom d nntil sh,i Dec. 19th, at the same place and time of dav '' PHILU' W1NEGAB Sh. ■. Ann Arbor, Pee. 5th, 18G3. a.Sk(n, lístate of Lcwis Benedict. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County oí Washtenaw , K At a session of the Probate Cuurt for the Cu' i VVashtf naiv, holden at tb 3 Probate Oflice in tlmr," 4nn Arbor, on Wednesday, the ninth day of Deceml in the year one thousand eight hundred au,i . tbree. Present, Thomas Ninde. Judge of Probate '' In the matter of the Estáte of l.ewis Benedict L sed. vvtta. On reading and flling the petition, duly ver6(í Susan Benediotpraving that a cerlain huw ' perporting to be a coj.y of the last will and teuw' of said deceased. with the probate thereof rnaZ , lowed, fiied, and rocorded in this court and leiter", t,-,' mentary thereon issued to theexeculor6 tbiTeiuniJÍ Thcreupon it is Ordered, tlint Moidav, tlief,,!' dav of January nexl at one o'clock in the aften, be assigned for the hearing of said petition.ndtl,",7 devises legatees and heirs at law of said (lewased m allother persons interested in said estale, arereoi'i to appear at a session of said Court. thea to be Solí at the Probate Office, in the Citv of Ann Arbur i „ County, and show cause, fany therebe, whvth('Dr. of ttiepefttioner sliould not lie Branted: ' And it is further ordered, tïiüt said petitj,. -ive notice to the persons interested in saii' i the pendency ol said petition, and the hearingtC!!,! b _ causing a copy of this Order to be publisajj ,„ 5 Michigan Argus, a iiewspaper printod tíircñVitiit in said t'oi]nt of WashteüHw, three succes,sr. previous tu aid day oi hearing. (A truc Copy.) THOMAS NINDE. e34 Judge of Proton, SECOND AR RIVAL" OF FALL AND WINTER AT C. B. Thompson's Nov 1863. 930w6 RISDON&HENDERS01 3E6 XJ CJ JES. JES -3T 13 CRAIN DRILL, and Grass Seed Sower, Manufuctured at Springfield, Ohio. r-pHE VEKY I.ATFBT IMPROVEMENT, and bettertbl L all others; adapted to sowmg Wheat, Bye, 0l Barley andcirass tfeed. lst. It has a Rotary JFeeder. 2d. Will sow all kinds of Gw and Grass Seed. 3d. Never buncïies the Grain ith. Never hreaks tlie, Grain'. 5th. Sows Grass Seed iroadcaMh hindthe Drill. QtJi. Has high wheels and long Eot 7th. Has long and wide steel poiiA Sth. It has a land measure or Sar veyor. 9tA, It has doublé and single M drills. ' IQth. It has a self ' adjusting iiirf? slide. ': It is noatly and substantially maai There is hardly a Drill otfored in the mariet bat a ; boast of more or less FIRST PREMIUMS!' They are aboutas indiscriminately bestowed n.j tbe l"- of " Professor ," which i soroetimeM pplie ufiddlcr " or '! bootblackS' They cease to cootfy idea oïmerit. Tlie Buclteye Drill has been on Exhibition t qaw' of State and County Kairs, and without favor át Ibe hamls of any Comraittee, has receiwd full share of Premiums TESTIMONIALS : We give the following Dames of a few Farmf'1 vicinity wjohavcbuught and used theBuckeyeUó"1 Godfre.v Miller, Seio. Jacob l'ullicrnuir (1 Jaco b Trein pert " ' Tiiomas White, N'ortbBeld. John Brokaw, ('hristian Kapp, " Kdward Boyden, Webster. James Trcadwell, ADn Arbor DanielO'ÏIara, ( " John G. Cook, Lodi. O. A. Marshall, L. Ëdmondf, SaJipe. Geovge uropsey, Green Oak, Ut. Co. We arealKO Agents for the Ghio Reaper & Mcwer, acknowledged trbe the very best in use. We are just in receipt oí 100 Grain Oradles Whicli we will sell CheapAlso a largeassortment o G-rass ScytheSAnd the largesf and best selected stock of BE]STT STUF? FOR CARRlAGKSever before offered in tbis rkït We aiso keep a iMrge and full NAILS, GLASS.PUnT, l'AINT.and LINSKEPOU-, A complete .-Lurtment of STOYES, TIN WAKE, AN"D EAVE TR0llG3Silwye OB huníiS" rjt 'f i bortefct notie. irR.1-''' R7TX 6 HWSk


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