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JUST OPENING? TUe largest Stock and best nasortraent o: CABINET FURNITURE ? ever brought to this eity, ineluding SOFAS, TETE-A-TETES, LOUNGES BED ROOM SETS CENTER TABLES, BUREAUS, CHAIRS Looping Classes Gilt Frames and Mouldings COFFIKTS METALIC CASES, &c., &c', and-alt otter goods I;ept n the, best and largest houw in the country. We tïeepno seooQd hand furnituie ( Auctioa j-ronils. Cofilns líe[)t constnntly on hand, ant made to order Aly goods are etfered at THE LOWEST CASH PR1CES N. B ï must have mcuey , and respeetful y rgquea thrp indebtpd, to cali i&d Út n their M matter wilhont dehiy. O. M. MARTIN. Anti Arbor, Oct. 6 1863. u.'Str y v The peculiar taint or 2$ r infection w(iich "ve cal] r'E. 'ie constituíiong oí ïj S affjLJv multitudes of men. It JvJy oither ))roduces or is "jéEMS-íjiésSk WöbleiJ, Vitiated state fieHlPIETliof the blood, wherein - i ;MÉv {jtlint fluid becomes inÊïfSWwx flfS$ffivÊ l bc vital forces in their HFJ " jfilËSBiy v''-roro"s actin. a[id -S2-Z -Síaffier'-' '''" 'nt0 '"sort'or an( 'S - decay. The scrofulous contamination is-variously caused by mercurial disease, low living, disorJered digestión from nnhealthy food, impure air, filth and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and, above all, by tbc vetfereal infection. Whatever be its origin, it is hereditary in the eonstitution, descending "from parents to chiidren unto the third and fourth fieueration ; " indeed, it seems to be the ród of Him who sars, " I vvill visit the iniquities of the fathers iipon their chiidren." The diseaes which it originates take various names, aceording to the organs it attacks. Tn the lungs, Scrofula produces tuberclcs, and finally Consumption ; in the glande, swellings which suppunite and become ulcerous sores ; in the stomach and bowels, derangements "which produce indigestión, dyspepsia, and liver complaints; on the skin, eruptive and cutaneous afteetions. Tliese all having the same origin, require the same remedy, viz. purification and invigoration of the blood. Purify the blood, ap.d these danïerous distempers leave you. Witb feeble, foul, or oorrupted blood, vou caanot have health ; w'th that " life of thé ffoeti " healthj-, you cannot have scrofulous disease. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is eompounded from the most effeetual antidotes tbiit medical science has discovered for this afflieting distemper, and for the cure of the disorders it entails. That it is far superior to Sny other remedy yet devised. is known by all who hare given it a trial. That it does combine virtues truly extraordinary in their eftect upon this class of complaints, is indi.sputabiy proven by the great multitnde of publicly known and remarkable cures it has made of the following diseases : Kinff's Evil or Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Erysipelas, Rose or St. Anthony's Fire, Salt Hheum, Scald Head, Coughs from tuberculous deposits in the lungs, White Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia or Indigestión, Syphilis and SypMlitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases, Female Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whole scrits of complaints that arise from impurity of the blood. Minute reporte of individual cases may be found in Ayer's American Almanac, which 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 sectims of the country, in order that every reader may have access to some one who can speak to liim of its benefits from personal experience. Scrofula depïesses the vital energies. and tlius leaves its victims far more subject to disease and its fatal results than are healthy constitutions. Henee it tends to shorten, and does greatly shorten, the average duration of human life. The vast importance of these eonsiderations has led us to spend years in perfecting a remedy which is adequate to its cure. This we noiv offer to the public under the name of Avee's Sarsaparilla, although it is composed of ingredients, some of which exceed the best of Sarsaparilla in alterativo power. By its aid you may protect yourself from the suffering 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 virtues this remedy stimulates the vital functions, and thus expels the distempers which lurk within the system or burst out on any part of it. We know the public have been deceived by many compounds of Sarsapariila, that promised much and did nothing ; bnt thcy will neither be dweiverl nor disappointed ip this lts virtues have been proven by abundant trial, and there remaius no question of its surpassing excellence for the cure of the afflicting diseases it is intendeü to reach. Although under the same name, it is a very different medicine from any other wliich has been before the people, and is far more effectual than any other which has ever been available to them. A"5TER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, The World's Great Bemedy for Coughs, Colds, Incipient 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 assure the public that its quality is kept up to the best it ever has been, and that it may bo relied on to do all it has ever done. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analitiatl Ciémists, Loweü, Masa. Sold by all druggists everywhere. bCU.uüi - ...i, i ,, .1 , ,,-, E. .UlSOf. fpwlan(i, A EWISO, Denter, WIIKkmon íí HATI i. Jhelsoa. Whole9a]bj KAKKANIISIIICI.BV i Cu Dero t. C. E. oHUtN. Trveïlig Agent. Family Dje Colors. POR Ilvoinï Pilk, Woolrn nn.l Mix.-.l SsoA, Sliawls, ScarA, DrwtAes, Ribbons, Glove, BonMts. Hats, 'c:Ll', KM (llovi's. ( 'lii Idreil's .Clothiu,;, and all' .nd.s of Weariug Apparel S-A SAVI1VG OP 8O PER CEST-S3ft ForSJfiNiisvou can colora many gooSs as wou ld i-nst tiáréS that sr.m. VariouB blades an beprodaced üie aint Dy. ï11; ,,r„„.ss s imple, aud any one eau use the ltye with uei-fect sur eB. Direction in ËnjfBsh, French and Oamtm, fmiíé of ach pactare. lurl lier information In Pyeinit, aivl eiïing a per■■■! Kn.nle.lgewliat culr.r ure bast adaptwl todye ver others. (with roany valuaW recipes,) pwrhM lnI" S stephen' Treatfse oh Dyeinï and Coloriae ent by mail on receipt of priue- 10 cents. Maimfactured by 1ÍUVE 4 STEVENS, . _ ïeoBroadwayodtsn. Estato of George Danforth. QTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw iJ Ut aesaicm of the Probate Court for the Countv" Washtenaw. holden at the Probate Office in thecitr Ann Arbor, on Monday, tlio fourtcenth day of March theyear oae thousand r-ijilit hundred and sixty-four Present, Th, mas NiDde Judge of Probate. In the matter of the Estáte of Oeorge Danforth ii ceased. On rearting and filirifr the petition, dulj ti Sed, of Mary Danforlh, praying for the probate of certain Instrument uw on file in tliis court, purporth to bi' the last will and testament of said deeeased Thereupou it is Ordered, that Monday, the eleven, day of April riext, at one o'-:loek in the" afternoon assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that thede isees, lcgatees, and heirs at law of said deceased, and i other persons iuterested in said estafe, are required ajipoar Kt a session of said Court, then to be holden the Probate Office, in the City of Aun Albo .and shc cause, if any theiebe, why the prayer of the petitioo should not be granted And t in further ordered, thi said petitioner give notice to the persons inter'esti in said estáte, ot the ptndeney of said petition, and tl hearing thereof , by eausing a copy of this Order tol publishediu the Michigan Argus] a ne-wspaper printi and circulating in said County of ffashtenaw. thn fuccessive weeks previous to said day of hearing (A true copy; THOMAS NINDE, 94 'td Judge of Probate. Mortgage Sale. DEFAULT haring been made in the condition of mortgage, executed by William i. Wliipper to El jah W. Morgan, dated March second, A. D., 18'iJ an recoided in the Registers Office, in Washtenaw Counti March sixth A. 1). li.;, q Liber No. 30 of Hortgages i page 489, by which default the power of salccontaiuedi; said mortpige becainfl operative, and no suit or proeeed ing liaving been iastituted at law to recover the detj secured by saiú rtwrtgrfge, or any part thereof, and th sum of two huniln-il and sixty one dollars being do, claimed to be due thereon : Notice is therefore hereb given that the said mortgage will be foreclosed bj sale of the mortgaged premises, to wit : The west hal of the east half and the east half of the west lialf , section No. thirty one, in townstnp N'o. four south ii range No.even east, being in Augusta in the Couiit of Washtenaw, in the State of Michigan, excejtin' the xntith nest quarterof the south-east quarter of sai section, or some part thereof, at jiublic vendue at th Court House, in the city of Aun Arbor, on the twtt ty-sixth day of March net. at noon. E. W. MORGAN. Mortgagce Jame, Ki.vgsi.ev, Attorney. Dated, Ann Arbor, Dec. 23d, A. P, 1863. The abovo nu ntioned sale is postponed tw-o Keeks nntil the jiinlh dny of Aprii nixt ut the same plici and hour. E W. 5I0RGAN, llortgsgeo J.vXES IXGStBT, Att'v. Dated, Ann Arbor, March 26th 1864. Chancery Sale. IN PURSUANCE and by ïirtue of a decree of thi Circuit Court, for the County of Washtenaw i Charcery, on the flrst day of July 1863, na cause therein pending, wherein Alonzo Clark, iscom. plainant. Labiin A. Sergeant, Klse Sergeant, Edwin Kei logg, Jphn W.Smith, Fanny E. Sergeant, Sallj Mn field. William sley, William W. Mansfield, Josial Dearborn, and John Smith aie defendants. Notice is hereby given that I sliall sell at public aoc tion to the highest bidder at 12 o'clock, noon, on Tueiday the 26th day of April net, at the front ioor of thi Washtenaw Co uny Court House, in the City of Ara Arbor. all the fbllowiri pieces or pareéis of'land sil. aated lying and being in the Township. of Bridgenater Wii-liteiiHw Cnunty iaA State of Michigan, diwciibeilu tB'.lojrs. to T.-it . SiNty aerts ol land frinu the nortb pod of the East half of the South east quarter of swtion nnmberthiity-four : also sixty acres of laudfromthe North end of tlie West half of the South wen't ,llmrtw of sectioi. number tbirtv five, Tounship number four .onthof range DumNfr fbut East, beingin all one hu, dred au.i lnenty acres of land. CIH'RCHII.L H. VANCLEVE, ( ' Com. Wash. Co., Mich. E. fi. Woor, Cnmijlainant's .Solicitor Datud, March 9th, 18C4. 947td Real Estáte For Sale. STATE OH MICHIGAN, County of Yashtena-.s _ In the matter oi the e&tate of .loseph Ketel, of the County of Washtenaw in the State of Mijhigsn deceasfl. N'otice ts hereby giren, that in pursuanoe nf au ■ dergrantcd to the umlersigued lltnry Rtarick, Adminstraror of the Estáte of aid deceased, by the Hun. Judge of Probate for the Couniv i.l Wa'ltenaiv, nn th uventy-sccdid daj I February, A I) 1864, there will be:60l at. Vendue, to the Lighest biddfr, :.; the d welling house on the premist In be H, in TitwntJiiip of Vork, m the County of Was}itenaw, Ut sftid State, on ajturday the sixteenth day of April, A. I). 1FÍ4, at one i'Vlock in the afternoon of that iliy, (mbject toall encumbranees bv mortgage or qtbenriie existing :u the time of the death of said'.leceased). the ' II ring described Real Estáte to wit : Sitúate in the i"wnhip of Yurk in the Countj of Washtenaw and Stati .■: Michigan, known and described as the rast half of the north east quarter ol1 Section No. seventeen,eontaing eiglity acres, The souüi-west quarter of the t quarter of section No. sixteeu, coutaiuing toriy acre.-, and ten acres oit the east end of the souih hall of the north-west ouarter of section twenty one, a'.l in town four southof range ix east HliXRY REAR1CK, Dated, February 22d'. 1864. Administrator. Commissioners' Notice. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtonaw sa .- T? The undersigned having been appointed by the Jrobate Court for suid County. Commissioners to receive, examine and a liust all caima and demanda of all persons a.eainvt the estáte of shubal T. Moore, Iste )f tlie Yilhi-i. of BèntBr, in sai.l County, deceased, hemly give notice that six from date, are, by order ifsaid Prtfbate Court al lowed forcreditors toprrsent heir daimfl ay;nnst said deceased, and that they will neet at the resideuee of Mrs. Cassandra Moore, in tlie Village of Dexter, In said County, on aturday the nth day of June, and Saturday the seventeenth !av of tSfi'ptember next. at oneo'ciockP.M. of eachday, o reeeive, examine and adjust said claims, ;eoui,e warxek, „ W1I.I.IAJ! ST! -l'HKN'S, { Commissionen. Dated, Uarck SnVit, 1804. öïtycöopërYhop. SPAFFORD & DODSLEY, successors to O. C. SPAFFORD & D HENNING, Vould res;.ectfuliv announce to tlie citizens ol Ann rbur and vlèlnïty, that they are uuw rcanufacturing nu keep coustantly on hn] a Large Assortment of COOPER WORK! Such as Pork and Cider Barrels, Kegs, Firkins, Churns, Well Buekets, Flour and Apples Barrels, dbe. añil Brnwprs are nvlted to examine tbeir Butter Firkius aii'l Bt-er Kees. CI7STOM ■WORK, ilone to ORDER on SHOKT NOTICE and warranted. Ë" Cash paid for Staves, Heading and Hoops. Stops corner of Detroit tt North Streets, aud corllfr of Nurtu fc Kilth reets. &PAFFORD & DOBSLET. Ann Arbor, Feh. (ith, 1864. 843tf Uifle Factory! Beutier & Traver, [Successorfi tü A. .1. Sutlierl&nd,] Jlnnufacturcrs of and Dealers in Guns, Pistols, Ammunition Flasks, Poushes Gamt Bags, ar.i Everjother artiole. íl that Lioe. ah kinds f nBPAIRïWG doneat tlie stiortcst Botic'e, and intueliest manner. a full aRsortmont alwuyp lcppt on hnnd and made orlr tEB ili"p coruer Main and Washington otreets. Ana Arbor, Oct. 8, 1362. 873tf Toba eco ! Tobacco I I AM ÍKI.1.1NG GOOD FINE CUT CHEWING TOBACCO Atfrom FiJy cents o $1 per pound. SMOKING TOBACCO, Fr om 14 cents to 20 cents per pound at retail. 5Í. DEVANY, Ann 4ibri. Vih., lii--. )?, [?. tWff


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