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. For Scroftila, ScrofJ- ulous IMwaseH of ÍV tne Eys, or Ncrofu ï I iu any forat, JÖrJ, Any dÏBease or eruption KS j of the Skin, diBease of the fjrsgjï Liver, Kheumatism, PimJr&-9 pies Old Sores,Ulcers,BrokITji en-down Constitu t i on 8, h SyphiliB, or any disease de.gS(t pending on a depravedconfgi dition of the blood, try 8S5 DHCROOK'S JmrW syrup of POKE ROOT. ?apty I' lmsthe medicinal propwff ertyof Pokecombinedwith Ijy' a preparation oflronwhich ■iyZL_ Boes a' once into the blood, w% performing the most rapid 4? and wonderfiil cures. Aek your Druggist for Dr. Orook's Compound Syrup of Poke Eoot - tak itand behealed. TTTHITXOKE LAKE. Havinp; recently reflttcd and furaiihed the CLIFTO1 HOUSE! Iamowprepared to receiyo aid entertain pieanure, flshitiff and dancing pnrties, at ene of the most attractivc, pleasanc audhealthy watering places in the Weet. MyboatB arenewjare andcororaodiouB and well arïapted for the uee of pleaouro seekers. AngUTH wlllfindafiill&nd complete equlpmeiit alwaye on hand. Special attention friven to the wants and comfort of thoee who wish to epend a few weeks in rocreation dniios the warm eummer months. Nopainswiilbe spared to make WHITMORE AKR, In the future asin the past, a favorite summerresort. D. F, SMITIL " - "-■ CORES KsEMBBFTHE-- - In tha wonderiul medicino to whirh the afflicted nre abovo pointod for relief, tho dis-, covorer beltaves ho has combined in harmmy ïaoro of Nature's most sovorrigu curativa propertioi, irhich God liiis instilled hito tho vegetable kinftilom for liealmg tho eick, than -were ever lieforo combincd in ono medicino. The pvirtenco of tliis fact 8 found in the great variety of most obstinate diseasea whioh it liaa boen found to conquer. In the cnre of Uronrlutl, Scvcie Couglm, ana tho early stages óf Conanmiitlon, it has stonishod the medical facnlty, and ominont pïiysicians pronounce it the greatest medical discovoYv of the ago. Whilo it cure Iho soreiest Conghs, it strengthens the System and ]urllita the bloml. By ils great nnu xnorongn dioou pimlymg proporties, it cures all Humor, from tlio worst Scrotulu to a common Blotc2, Pimple or Er;;ílon. Mercurial disease, ilincral Polson, and their efl'ects are eraicatod, and vigorous health and a sound constitution establielied. Ki-yniiiclns, Solt llticum, Fevcr Bon , Scnly or Ilough Skin, in ohort, all tho numnrous diseases cmised by bad biooa, oro conqnerod by thia powerl'ol, purifyijuq ccq invigoruting medicine. , , lt you feei dull, drowsy, debilitated,"have low color of skin, or ycllowish brown spots on tace or body, freqner.i neadacho or dizzinets, had taste ia mouth, internal heat or rbillp, alternated witb. hot fliishca, low epirits, and gloomy forebodiua, ïrraiiular appetite, and tongiie coated yoa are BiiS'ering from Torpld XiTer or "Billonsiicss." Inmanycaecsof 't,iTer Complaiilt" only part of theee symptonn re eiperiencei. As a remedy for all nnch cases. Dr. Pierce'n Golden Medical Discovery bas eo eqaal, as it effects perfect cures, leaving tbe Iíyer Btrenthencd and healthyt For the cnre of Habitual Cousti pation of tbe bowels it is a never failins; remedy. and those who have used it for this purnose are loud in ita praise. The proprletor offers $1 ,000 reward lor a medi. cfne that will equai it for the cnre of aü tbe dis. easee for wuich it is recommendei 8old by drumjists at $1 per bottle. Prepared tj E. V. Pierce, MT D., Sole Proprietoi at his Chemt cl Laboratory. 1S3 Séneca etreet, Buffalo, N. ï .' t and y uur address íur a pamphtot. Vineffar Oltters are not a vile Fancy Drink, made of Poor Rum, Vhïskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to please the taste, cailed ''Tonics," " Appetizers," "Restorers," &c, that lead the tippler on to dnmkenness and ruin, but nre a trae Medicine, made from the native roots and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They nre the Gieat Hlood Purifier and a Life-giving Principie, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing and inviiíorating both mind and body. They are easy of administraron, prompt in their action, certain in their results, safe and veliable in all fonns of disease. No Person cun talte tliese Bitters according to directions, and remain long unweJl, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison orother means, and the vita) organs wasted beyond the point of repair. Dygpepsia or Indigestión. Headache, Pain m the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Dizïiness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitaron of the Heart, Infiammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painfu! symptoms, are the oüsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it haa no equal, and oue bottle wül prove a better guarantee of its merits tlian a lengthy advertisement. For Feinale Cotnplaints in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an influence that a marked improvement is soon perceptible. For Inflammatnry anti Chronlc K.iruxnntism and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestión, lïiiious, Ktmittent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have been most successftil. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which Í3 generally produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs. They are a Gentle Purgative ns wcll as a Tonic, possessing alsq the peculiar merit of acting as a powerful agent m relieving Congestión or Inflammation of the Liver aud Visceral Organs, and in Bilious Diseases. For Skin Disenso, Eruptions, Tetter, SaltRheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carhuncles, King-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Erycipslas, Itcli, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are litarally dug up and carried out of the system in a short time by the use of these Bitters. One boitle in such cases will convince the most incredulous of their curative effects. Clean&c the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find its impurities bursting through tlieskin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanss it wlien you find it obstructed and sluggïsh in the veins ; cleanse it when it is foul ; your feelings will teil you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. Urateful tUonsands proclaim Vinhgaiï Bitthrr the most wonderful Invigorant that ever suatained the sinking system. Pin, Tnpc, and other Worma, lurking in the system of so many thousands, are effectually deBtroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiologist: ThcveÍ3scarcely an individual upon the faceofthe eartli whose body iserempt from the presence ofworms. It is not upon the heatthy elements of the body that Wonns exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of dïsease. No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmínitics, will free the system from worms like these Bitters. Dlecnanlcal Disensos. Persons engaged in Pamts and Hiñerais, such as Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance mi life, will be subject to paralvsis of the Bowels. To guard against this take a dose of Walkbr'r Vinkgar Bitters ooce or twice a week, es a Preventive. Bilioua, Uemittent, and Intermittent Pcvers, which are so prevalent in the valJeys of our great riyers thronghout the United States, especially thosts of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, 'I'ennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many .otliers, with their vast tributaries, throughout our endre country during the Summer and Autumn, and remaikably so during seasons of unusuni heat and drj'nes3, are invariably accompanied by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. Th ere are alwaysmoreor less obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon these various organs, s e3sential!y necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. Walkek's Vinkgar Bitters, as they will speedily remove the dark-colared viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the same time stiinulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions of the digestive organs. Scrofula, or ItlngM Evil, White Swelnngs, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelied Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Iiiflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Eruptiona of the Skin, Sore Eycs, etc, etc. In these, as in all other constitutional Diseases, Walkbr's Vinhgar Bitters IiaV sliown their great curative powers ia the most obstinate and t . J I ■ 1.1'. r. Walker's California Vlnegarlllttfers act on alt these cases in a similar marnier. By purifying the Iïlood tliey remove the cause, and by resol ving away the effects of the nfUmmation (the tubercular deposits) the afócted parts receive health, and a permanent cure is eftected. The properifea of Dr. Wai.ker's Vinegar Bitters are Aperient, Dianhoretic and Cnrminative, Nutritiotis, Laxative, piurelic, Sedative, Counter-Irritant, Sudoiific, Alterative, and Anti-lïilious. Tlie Aperient and mild Laxative properties of Dr. Walker's Vinp.gar Bitters are the best safeguard in all cases of eruptions And malígnant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and sootliinf properties protect ths hutnors of the fauces. Tlieir Sedative properties allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, either from iniiammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc. Their Counter-Irritant influence extemfe throughout the system. ■ Their Diuretic properties act on the K.klneys, correcting and reptilating the flow of urine. Their Anti-liilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secretion of bile, and itüiischarges through ihe biliarydncts, and are superior to all remedial BgffltO, for the cure of Bilious Fever, Fever and ALii% etc. Fortlfy tlie lody agalatt (linease by pnrifyinj all its fluids wilh VlHBOAR BlTTBRS. No epidemiccan take hold of a sysfem thus forearmed. The liver, ihe stomach, the boweis, the kidneys, and the nérvea are rendered disease-proof by this great invigorant. Dlrectlons - Take of the Bitters on going to bed at night from a half to ona and one-half wine-glatsfull. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton chop, veniaon, roast beef, and vegetables, and take out-door exercise. Tliey are composed of purely vegetable ingredients, and contain no spirit. J. WALKER, Prop'r. R.H. McDONAXD&CO., Bruggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal., and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sta., New York, SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS. lASH FOR BUTTEE ! For a few weeks I want to buy and pay the moncv for all the J Choice Rolï BUTTEE OFFEBKD. 1413wö JOHN "W. MAYNAED [ WHEKE ÏO BUY BLEACHED COÏÏONSI MACK SCKMID Have just received a lurge stock of tho BEST AD MOST POPULAR j BRANDS j New York Mills, Wamsuttas, Utica, TSTonpareils, Tnscaroras, FRUIT OF THE LOOM Lonsdale, Jlills' Semper Idem Cabotsy #c, ALSO, IN BRÜWI COTTOIS! As well aa iu otlier linos of our goods, we are enabled to show the Largest and Best Assortment In the city, at the LOWE8T PRICE8. 1409 piTwACNER 18 NOW READY FOR TOE FALL TRADE Having Iteceivcd a Large Stock of FiLL SUITE G-OODS, 1NCLTJWKG 0LOTH8, 0A8SIMEREB, VESTINGS, &C, of the BEST STYLES and QUALITIES, WHICH HE WILI. M,N U F ACTURE on terms to suit; Also a full line of READY-MADE CLOTHING AMD Gents' FURNISHING Goods. BEST STYLE, ALSO LADIES' AND GENTS1 MOROCCO SATCHEL8 No.21 SoathMaiB Street,- Kast Sidei OALL AND 8EE THEM. AVIl.I.lAM WAONili. Ann 4rbor, Octobcr lst, 1STÍ ÖK'SWINEOFTAR álO YEAR8 -OF gjjjl ( PUBLIC T.áT Has proved Dr. Crock's mfm Jija g -To have more iPflIlSïlÉI siiailar propars&ïiiLeVmmf& tion everollered tlic public It i rioï in lite medicinal nimlities of Tar, andunequaled ior diseages of' the Tliroat and LiUllgs, performicg the most ïeniarkable cures. Coughs, Colds, Chronic Cougba. It effectnally cures tliem all. Asllima and Bronchitis. Has cured so many ."J cases it has been proQÊjHjg nounced a specific fol tbese complainU. lor pains in lireast, Sido oí Back, Gravel or Kidney Disease, Diseases of the Urinary Organs, Jaundice or any Liver Complaint, It has no eqiial. It is also a superior Tonic, Restores the Appetite, Strengthens the System, Kestores the Weak and Debilitated, Canses the Food to Digest, Ilemoves Dyspepsia and Indigestión, Prevenís Malarious Foyers, ï Gives tone to yonr System. 'TïHE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY OF ANN ARBOR! H. COHEN DEALER IN We Scll for Cash Only. H13tf 33 SOTITH HIAIN STBEET. A Rare Chance TO LET. A largo and modern new Grocery Store in Bnchoz Block, Detro t Street. TTndoubtedly the best location in that part of the cit v lor said bollara. A rOoa large cellar and new foarn attaehed to the premises The rent is $300 yearly, to be taken in groceries for my familv use. Also a fine new Meat Markct, all complete, joininjr my block, with modern improvemimts, marble table" &c , large, large brick cistern and cellar, new barn and all ready for uso, with three family rooms above. Store rents for $250 yearlv ■ ta ken in meat for my family use. ' Alao a amall store iu my block, honaes, rooms Ac to let. ' ' FOR SALE - Three good largo carriajre or farm horses, one fine new carriage.bnggiee.wagons, farm. WK tools. Atoo three good cows, l40f InqulreofL. R. BÜCHOZ. TEN REASONS WHY No Family shoulii ir without a lottle of U'IIITTLESEY in the house. 'St.- Itwill relieve the worst case of BiliOUl c hol ie di Cholera Morbusim; minutes za-- It will cure the most obstinate case d Dyspepsla and In digestión in a fe weeks. 3 d .- It is the best remedy n the world frt 6IOK Headache as thousands can lctify, J laken when the first syraptoms appear. 4th.-It is the best diuretic ever put befort the public; curing those distressing ccmplainls. D abetes and Qravel and othcr Urinary difflcurtles. 6th.- It is a most excellent EmmenaBOgue, and to the Young Clrls, middlc aged Wpmen, and at theTum Of Life, (lus remedy is of incalculable valué. tn - It will remove wind from the bowels, and henee a drops in some sweetened water given to a babe is better than a dozen cordials tó Relieve and make It Sleep. Containng no ano dyne. 7th. - It is a sure relief for adults and childrert nffected with Worms and Pin Worm o. It wil! bnng away the worms. 8th.- It will cure the Pilos and Hemor rhodlal difficultics. 9th.- Itwill cure Co n et I p at lo n and keep the bowels. regular. It will also cure the worst case ofSummerCqmplalnt and Dysentery. lOth.- It will cure Sour Etomach, Stlmulate the Llver to healthy action. Relieve Heart-Burn and act as a general Regulator of the system. When taken dilute the dose with Sugarand Water to a Win e-CI asa fu 1 1 and you have a pleasant ton ic. Whittlesey (Dysyepsia Cure) $1.00 per bottle. Whittlesey Agüe Cure 50c. per bottle. Whittlesey Cough Granules 25c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists and warranted. WUltUcsoy Prop. Mcd. Co., Toledo, 0, OTjohssbk. " T3E3C3E! " HATTER ! HAS EECEIVED HIS FALL & WINTER STOCK OS1 Hats and Caps, IN LATEST STYLES, LADIES' FUR8, OENTS' F! 'KXISÜKG OODS, ETC, WHICH TSF. PROPOSES TO REI.!, AT PRICKS wnicii DEpy cootetition. 7 South Main St., Ann Arboi. WISHARÏ'S JPINE TREE TAI EBlIill NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY FOR THE THROAT AND LUNGS. It is grntifying to ns to Dform the public tlmt Dr Q. c1. Wiphiirfs Pine Tree Tar Cordial, for Throat andLung Diseasee, has gained an envhible reputation from the Atldntic to the Pacifie coast, and from theuce to some ofthefirst families of Europa, not t rongh the press alone, bat by persons throughout the States actnally benefited and curca iít his office. While he publishes Iess, so ay or reporters, he is unable to supply the Iemand It gains and holde its reputación- First. Not by Ptojiping congh, bnt by loosening anl nssisting nature to throw off the nuhealthy matter collcctcd aboul the throat and bronchial tubes which caiLses irritatinn . Second. It removes the canses of irritation (whlch produces coughj of the mucoiis membraue ar.d bronchiai tube, astists the lnngs to act and tirow off the unhealthy secretions, and purifles the blood. Third. It is freo from squtlls, lobelia, ipecac and opium, of which most throat and luc. remedies are composed, which allay cough only, and diRorgaulzo the stomach. It has a soothing effect on the stomach, acts on the liverand kidneys, and lym pathic and nervous repious, thus reaching to every part of the aystem, aud in its invigorating and purifying eü'ects it has gained a reputation which it inuat hold above all others in the market. NOTICE. THE PINE TREE Tá CORDIAL, GREATAMSRICAN DISI''A PILL8. WOR U6AB DROP Being under . immedifiatc ■■ 'Un, tbey shal notlooee their curative qualities bj I use o clii'iip and nnpt.rearti ...-. HENRT R. RT PROH RIK 1 Oli . FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart'8 OfHco Parlors are open on Monclays, Tnesdays and Wednesdays from 0 A. il to 5 P. M., for consniution by I)r. Wm.T. Magee. Wjth him are assoclated two conpulting physicians of acknowledged ability. This opportunity Is not offered by any otuer institutiou in the city. All letters must be addressed to L. a. WISHAKT, M. D., JVo. 232 IV. Secoiul St., PHILADELPHIA. 1403ia ARGUS BULLETIN ! WANTED 2000 NEW SUBSCRIBERS WANTED. More Merobants and Business men, -who knowing their own interests will advertise in the Argfs. GET YOUR BALL CARD8, BUSINESS CARDS, VISITING CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, At the Argus Office. GET YOUR BILL-HEADS, CIRCULAKS, LETTEK-HEADS, STATEMENTS, At the Argus Office. GET TOUR LAW BLANK8, LAW BRIEFS, LAW RECORDS, PROGRAMMES, AT THE ARGUS OFFICE. New Type, Best Presses, Good Workmen, AND REASONABLE PRICES ! SW A "WOED TO THE WI8E. Mortgage Salo. fJKFATT.T liaving been mndo in the conditimi Mof a ourtam BOrtrag, cxecuted bv JTh W uit, of the oity of Aun Arboi. Countv ,,f !.,'h tenuw. and State of Michigan, on the twentr-second tov, u-hip of Ann Arbor, Connty of Waahtenaw aforemM, and recorded in the oftice of the KarUteTof , '. the twentystcond ,, . 0( Ju 3 o'clock P. M. of ndd day, in liber nomber of S25SK: ? P"-'0.74 " "' re is DOW clairmd tobedueundunpiudonauidbond nnd mortgage the ■urn of four hundied and forty-one dollar., rad twentj-nvc cents, also an attoruey'a fee of tliirty dollars mort a"5' Proccecli"f?s ' 'ki to foreclow said n ortffHL-e, and no nrooeeding, in law or in equity nart th r f ' T"Ver snid s"m of " part thereof ; now, therefore notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of aio in lid morSage mtained, I . shall sell at public auction to the highert oV lnfk "p M th"'tyf1J8t " May next, at two ocloek I'. M ot said dny, at the front door of the CourtHouso, ln the city of Ann Arbor, in the County of Was htenaw, and State of MichiKan, lat lwing the p ace where the C.rcuit Court areheÏÏ insaid county, all tho. rtain préocs or parcela of land Bit uut ed m the city ot Arm Arbor, County of Washtenaw aforesnul being lots number one (II, two, three, and four in Woelt .number six (8), Brown and Fuller1 addition to the Tillage now city of Ann Arbor ; also a piece of lana eight rods sqnare, bounded on the west by Pontiac street, south by the north line of block number BIX, Brown and Fuller'8 additiou, on the north by t ""i ownea by Jamea, and on the east by the p;uty of tho flrstp-irt and Daniel Crawford ; alao a piece of land lyinif between the north-east corner of lot number two and the north line of block number six, rw" 1 "',ler's addition 'o !' villaje of Anñ nnmW ?fth U"e f 'OtS Onc Hlld WO, block noïttifn.'Sdblook FuUet'8 addiÜOn andtht' Usted, March 6, 1873. WILLIAM GEER, tttvt n Administrator with the Will annexed Joh n. Ooit, of the Estáte of Botert McCormick, Attorney tor deceased. Administrator of Jlortgagee. j4j0 SherifTs Sale. OTATE OF MICHIOAN, County of WAOTTOiw, kJ sa.-By virtue of a writ of execution issued out Lountj of Washtenaw.and to me directed and delivered against the goods, chattles, lauda and tenements of Moses Marks and for the want of frooas and chattlea to satisfy said execution, I did, on the twenty-first dhJ?SÍB1;!;íry'-1)-1873' Beize "nd Ponall the nght.title and interest Moses Marks has in and to the following described lands, to wit, : I,ot numb.r two (2). four (4), six (0), eight (S), „nd ten (ld), in block Hve north, range four east in the city of Ann Arbor County and State aforesaid, Which nbove deonbed propeity, I shall expose for sale to the highest bidder, at public auction at the south door of the í"ííí a'mse' ln the ty of Ann Arbor, in the County of Washtenaw, on ihe second day of April, A. D. 1873, at one o'clock P. M. of said day. Dated, this 7th dny of February, A. D. 1873 ,.,„ MICnAEL FLEMING, Sheriff. 1413 ByMYBON WEBB, Under Sheriff. Assignees' Nolioe. TyjOTICE is hcreby given that the assignees of Henry 11 Goodyear will meet at the GoodyearJIIouse, in the lUage ot Manchester, in the County of Waahtenaw. and State oí Michigan, on Tuesday the sixth day of May next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to receive a statement of all claims against said Henry Goodyear existnig at the date of the assignment to the underWned, and tbat all persons who desire to receive any distribuí ion under said assignment, must give notice of their claims with the vouchers or proof thereof to the undersiimed at or before said meotinjr, as it is intended to declare a dividend among creditors at that time or soon thereafter as may bp. Dated, Manchester, Feb, 25! 1S73 BAÑSOM S. S1IITH. JOSEP5I McMAHON WM. H. CALKIN, 1415 Assignees of Henry Goodyear. IIlSTGr oí t3xo BIiOOS THB MOST THOBOTJGH PnRIPriR OP THE BIjOOD TET lïISCOVKRED. CURES ALL HUMORS, FHOM A C0MWON ERUPTION TO TUE WORST SCROFULA % By lts nse Cancera are cnred, and Cancerou8 tamors ore dispersed without the surgeon's knife- hcrofula conquered, and ConBumDtion nrevented and cured. I Venereal Dlseates, Mercurial and Mineral Poisons, and their eifects cradicated, and vigorou nealth and a sonnd constitution established Femalc W uit nesa and Dlseage . Dropsy, Reneral or partial; Swellings. esternal or internal: üiiu Auinuia ule ruuuceo. ana aispersea m a very short time. Erisipelas, Salt Rheum, Scald Jlead, and Fever Sores are soon removed by this powerful detereent medicine. " Scorbutlc Dlseases, Dandrnir. Scalyor Rough Skin, and Pimples quickly give way, leaving the skin smooth and fair. Chronic Diseaseg, Fever and Agne, Disordered Liver, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Nervous Affections, General Debility, in short, all the numerons diseascs caused by bad blood are conquered, and cive way before this most powerful corrector, King of the Blood. Kacli bottle eontaina betwecn forty and flfty ordinary doses, costing only one dollar ■L"?? lae rour or flve bottles will cure Salt Eheum, Scald Head, Ring Wonn, Pimples on the Face, Biles, ordinary Eruptious, etc. Front two to eiclit bottles will care Scaly Eruptions of the Skin, Ulcers, Sores, and Canker in the Mouth and Stomach. Erysipelas, etc F rom two to ten bottles will restore hcalthy action to the Liver and Spleen, will regúlate the Bowels and Kidneys. From two to sïx bottles will be fonnd effectual in curing Neuralgia, Sick-Headache, St. Vitus' Dance, and Epilcpsy. From live to" twel vo bottles will cnre the worst cases of Scrofula. From tUree to twelve bottles will cnre severo and obstinate cases of Catarrh. From two to rour bottles will cnre the worst cases of Piles, and regúlate Costive Bowels From two to ten bottles will cnre bad cases of Dropsy. Prlce $1 per bottle, or 6 botües for $6. Sold by all Druggists. D. KANSOM, SON & CO., Propr'g, Baffiüo, Iï. T. See testimoniáis in local colnmn. L.C.RISDON'S AUVERTI3EMENT. Now is the time to buy PARL08&IATI1 I STOY12S. I will sell them at COST until further notice. ño. 31 S. Main St, Aun Arbor. MOTHERS! MOTHERSÜ MOTHERü ! ! ! Den't fatl to procure MUS. WINSM1PI SOO1HI' SYKIP FOK VHILDBEII nEtBHSi Thls valualile preu.iiation luis been used with NEVER-FAIL1NG SUUCfSS IN THOU8AND8 üt' C 8E8. it not only relieves t'. child from pain, butinvigorates the tiouv ch and b wels. correcta acidity, isd ives tone and energy to the whole system It wiil Blo inetautly re.ieve Griping in tbc Bcnvcls and Wind C'olic. Webelieve HtheBESl' and SUREST REMEDY IN THE VVORLD, in all cases ut IjYvSKNTERY ANU DIARBIKEA IN CH1LLM; EN, whethcr arlsiuj; from teethiuff or any other C&Be. Depend spon it mothern it wil] give rest toyonrelves, and Relief and Health to Yonr InTants. Be Biire and cali for "Mrs. VVinslow's Sooihing: Syrap." Hnvlni; tlie facsimile o "CURTÍS PFKK: on the ootafde wrnpper. Soldby Drnggistü tlirouchout the worlcl ly TAMKS McMAHON, Justice of the Peace, Office in new block, North of Court House Money collected and promptly paid over. INSTJRAasrCK ACKISTT. Tritimph, assets, $727,!)ns.Il North Miaeonri, " i45,4n.ui Hiberuia, " 85ü,000.0ü BEAL K9TATE. I have 80 acres of land ,'i of a mile from the city imits, finely located for fruit or garden pnrposes. Also40 acres. Also 10 acres, with house and barn,and a Uvel streara of waterrunningthrongh the barn yard. 60 acres, a mileont. I willsell anyorall the abovecheap, or exchange for city property. UU JAMES McMAHON. A GENTS WAJSTTED POR BOOKS NEEDED BY ALL FARMERS! The best books pnblishedon the Horse and the Cow. Libera) torms. money maderct}iily by Ageuts iell!nc_theBC bookp. Send for circv Jirs, POHTER & COATES, PububhbrB: Ph'ladclphio.Pa Estato of Jamos Hankingon. OTATE OF MICHIGAN. Ounty of WwhtéÉn, „ O Atajewkmof Ö Probate Court f Ot the Couit of usntemiw, bolden at the Probate Office in tí' city of.Ann Albor, on Thumlay, the ixth 'day of ívont'viri,"r0ne thousand ''■"Ired and Present, Nonh W, Cheevcr, Judge of Probate deceuscd maUcr cf thc estate of J'es Hankinson, On reading and filing the petition, duly verifica of Thc-ieupoii il is oTdnred, that Monduy, the thirtv first dny of March next, at teu o'clock in the for nn be ngned for the hearing of aid pttition, and' that the devíseos, lcgatee and hcirs At luw f 2 deccased, and all other persons interestd uád estate, aro re,1Uired to nppear at a Bestión of 6aid Court, then to be holden aï the Probate Office, in the City of Ann Arbor and show cause, ifany there be, why the prayer oi the peütioner honld not be granted. And it turther ordered, that said petitiouer givo notice to tl persene interested in said estate, of the pendencv öf said petition, and tb hearing thereof, by calinga copy of this order to be published in the Mivhit Argüí, a newspaper printed and dmulating in said hëarir?' C' 8ucccssive wecks Previous to said dny óf (A truc copy.) NOAH W. CHEEVER 1416 Judge of Probate. Estate of Jacob Boutier. OTATE OF MICHIOAN, County of Washtenaw , O At a session of the Probute (Jourt for the Couñty of Washtenaw, holden nt the Probate Office in th. 0'ÍotvAnn Arbor' on Thursday, the thirtcenth dar of r ebruary, in the yeur one thousand eight hundred and seventy-thrce. ""uiea Present, Noali W. Cheever, Judgo of Probate In the matter of the estate of Jacob Ueutler de ceased. John (i. Andrea, Administrator of snid estate, comes iuto court nnd repreents that he is now preparcd to render his flnal account as euch AdminuTherenpon it is ordered, that Monday, the seTenteenth day of March next, at ten o'clock in the foranoon bc assigned for examining and nllowinï such account, and that the heirs at luw of said UeeaMd and all other penan inlerested in Baid estáte, are required to oppear at a kZ bate Oflfd-Ctrat1h' 'r? 'fbí i ht1 ilt the P bate Orhce, in the City of Ann Aibor, in stiid County, and show cause, if any therc hc -whv tho said account should not be allowed : And t i turther ordered that said Administrator give notioe to the persons interested in said estate, of the pendency of ímid account, and the hearing thereof, by unnag a cocv of this order to be published in the Michigan Arm! a newspaper printcd and circulating in said County' three successive weeksprevious to saïd day of hcannï' (Atruecopy.) NOAU W. CHEEVEP., 1414 Jndge of Probate. Estate of Prederick Yungfar. CÍTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw ., O At a scsaion of the Probate Court for the CountT " Wushtenaw, holdon at the Probate Office, in the Citr of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday, the mneteenth dy of fndr8Uev7ntyUheeOyear " " Present, Noah W. Chee-fer, Judge of Probate. decea'ed6 er of the estate of edcrick Yungfar, Jn reading and filing the petition, flnly rerifled, of Frans Nebel, Administrator, praying that he inny b dted Ss?zed m'1 eS'ate wl"Ieo! mii aeceae4 Thereupon it is orfered, thai Mondav, the twentyfonrth day of March next.ntten o'clock ib the f orenoon, beaaogned for the hearing of suid petition, and that ths heirs at law of said deceascd, and all other person interested in said estate, are required to appeai at a session of said Court, then to be holden th. Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arl'or and show cause, if any there be, why th praycrofthepetitionershouldnotbegranted: And it is turther ordered, that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in suid estate, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearin? thereof, by causini copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper printed and circulating in said ofhe irin M 8ucccssive weeks Previons to Baid dojr (A true copy.) NOAH Vf. CHEEVEB, 1414 Judge of Probate. Estate of Veit Zeeb. CTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw ,t li V683101101 the Probate Court for the Counly of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in tLt city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, the twenty-fourth day oi February, in the year ono thousand eiglit hundred and seventy-three. Present, Noah W. Cheever, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Veit Zeeb deeeased On reading and ftling the pelitic-n, duly verifled, of Jacub Zeeb, praying that William April or som other imitable person may be appointed Administrator ot the estate of eaid deceased. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the twentyfourth day of March next, at ten o'clock in the forénoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the and heirs at law of said deeeased, and all other persons inteiested m said estate, are required to appear nt a session of said Court, then to ke holden at the Probate Office, in the City of Ann Arbor and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted : And it is furthi r ordered, that snid petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estate, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing aertpyof this order to be published in the Michigan Argns, a new8ptiper printed and circulating in said. .County three successive weeks previous to said day of hearin ' (Atruecopy.) NOAH W. CHEEVER, 14J5 Juclsc of Probate. Real Estáte for Sale. OTATE OP MICHIGAN, County of TVashtcnaw, ■ J as.- In the matter of the estáte of Mary I.uick ümamiel Luick, Amelia Luick. and Lydia Luick minore. Notice is hereby given. that in pursnance of an order grantcd to the undersigned, (uarilian of the estáte of said minors, by tlie Hon. Jodge of Probate for the County of Wushtenaw, on the twentieth day of Jannary, A. D. 1873, there will be sold at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the sonth door of the Court House in the city of Ann Albor, in the County of 'Washtena'w, in said State, on the nineteenth day of Maich, A. I). 1873, at ten o'clock in the foreuoon of that day (subject to all encuinbrances by morlgage or otherwise existing at the time of the Bale, and also subject to the right of don-er of the widow of Henry Luick, deceastd, thercin), the following described real estáte, to wit: The undivided (4-5) fourlifths of the northeast quarter of the southcust quarterof section thirty-four, and the undivided fouiflfths of tho west half of the west half of the west half of the Southwest quarter of section thirty.flve, m township two south of range h've east, in Baid State, eontaining sixty acres, more or less. Dated, January 20, 1873. AUGUST HITTZEL, 141' Gmrdin. Mortgage Sal DEFAVJLT having been made in the condition of a certain mortgage, made and executed by Edward liyan, of Northtteld, Uounty of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan, to William 8. Barry, of the same place, on the flrst day of August, A. D. 1866, and recordeil in the office of the Itegister of Deeds for sid Uounty of Washtenaw, on the fourth day of December, A. D. 18a;, at flve o'elock P. M. of said dny. in hber 37 of mortgages, on page 228, which said mortRaife, wasdulj-assigned by said William S. Barry to Luther James, of the city of Ann Arbor, County. and State aforesaid, on the fourth day of December, A. D. 18Wi, and recorued in the office "f the Register of Deuds for said Gounty of Waohtenaw, on the fourth day of December, A. D. 18GC, at flve o'elock P. M. of said day, in liber ö(i of mortgages, on page 234, and that there is elaimed to be due at the dute hereof, the sum of six hundred and fifty-seven 97-100 dollars ; also an attorneys' fee of thirty dollars shouldany proceeding be had to foreelose the same, and further instalments to become due on said mortgage, and no suitorproceedings at law or in equity having been had to recover the debt secured by suid mortgage or ;tny pnrt thereof. Notice ia hereby given, that bv virture of the power of sale in said mortgage eontaïned, I shall sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on the twenty-ninth day of March, A. D. 1873, at two o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the front door of the Court Uouse, in the city of Ann Arbor, in the County of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan, tho premises described in said mortgage, as all those eertain pieces or pareéis of land described as follows, to (rit : The west half of the northwest quarter of section twenty-eight and four acres of the east half of he northwest quarter of Baid section, heretofore leeded by suid party of the flrat Dart to saïrl nnrtv ,.f the Becond part, all being in township one Bouth of range six east, in aftld township of Northfield, in the County of 'Washtenaw, State of Michigan. Dated, Jaanuary 3, 1873. LTJTHER JAMES, Jorn K. Gott, Assignee of said Mortgnge. Attorney for Assignee. 14O7td Hortgage Sale. ÜEFAULT having been made in the conditions of a ceitain mortgage dated the nrat day of March, A. IX 1869, made and executed by John Piehl and Margaietta Dielil, of the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Henry L,. James, of Williumsburgh, in the State of Mossachusetls, and recorded in the office of the Kegister of Deeds for the County of Washtenaw, State of Michigan, on tho third day of March, A. 1. 1869, in liber 3fc of mortgages, at page 532, which said mortgage was on the twenty-sixth day of December, A. D. 187', sold and assigned by said Henry L. James to Leonard Gruner which said assignment was on the thirtioth day of Jimuary, A. V. 1873, recorded in the oitice of the Kegister of Deeda aforesaid, in liber 3 of assiiinment of mortgages, on page 604 ; and whereas, theie is due und unpaid on said mortgage at the date of tliis notice the sum ot twenty-six hundred dollar ($2600.00) and no suit or proceeding at luw has been instituted to recover the s;ime or any part thereof. Notice is hereby fuiven tliat on Monday, May twelfth, A. D. 187.1, at 12 o'clock noon of that day, at the front door (south sido} of the Court House, in the city of Ann Arbor, "Wnsh tena w County, Michigan, by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, Ishall sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, the premises describ d in said mortgage. or to mueh ihereof :ts may be ceoeaeary to satisfy the amuiint doe on said mortgage at the date of this notice, with interest, and the eost and expenses allowed by tav, and ilso in attorney fee of #30.06 hs provided in said mortfía{e. Tlio iollowing is a description of the land and premises as given in said mortgage, and to be sold in pursuance of tho ftbove notice, to wit : All those certain pieces oi pmcels of land sifuated in the city of Ann Arbor, County of Washtennw, and State aforesuir], kuown, bounded and described as 'bllows, 1o wit: Heing lütsuuiiilif r. tive andsix (5 ;ml 6) in blocis number nine, in Ormsby and Pagns addition to the vülay-e (now city) of nn Arbor, and ateo tbat part of lol liiimber eight in said block, lyinp south of a direct line trom the east comer oí' Bala ot rive to the sontheast corner of sád block number nine, with the uppurtenaiicüs ihereunto behmginff. Datedi Ann Arbor, February J, 1873. LEONAKü GRUNER, FiïEDEniCK Pistorius, Assijïiire. attorney for Assignee 1413 Chancery Notice. TATE OF MICHIGAN, County of "Waahtrnaw, ss.- The Circnit t;ourt lor the Cotinty 01' "WariiteTKiw : In Chiujrrry. Francia M. Battles va. "Wilson Battle. It satisfjictonly appearing upon due proof hy attidavit that thu deiendant, Wilson Bttttles, is not a resident of the State of Michigan, but that h e resides at Springfleld, in the State of Ohio : On motion of R. E. Frazer.solicitorforcomplainfiTiont, it isordered thüt the defendant, Wilson Battles, cause his appearance to be entered in this cause witliin three months from the date of this order, ond that in caso of his appeurance he cuuse ]iis szunret to the eomplainanl's bill of complaint to be íilrd and a cojy thereof to be sorved on the complaint'! solicitor within twenty days after service of a ODpy of said bill nnd notice of this order, and on default thereof, that the snid bill be taken as eonfessed by the said defendant, Wilson Battlss. And it is further ordered, that within tweuty duysthesaid complainant cause a copy of ocdez to be pujlished in Michigan Argus, a public newBpaper printed and published in the City of Ann Arbqr, Washtenuw County, Michigan, and thnt such publication be continued in eaid paper once in eaeh week for six suceessive weeks, or that she cniise a o.oy7 of this order to be personally nerved on the said defendant, Wilson Battles, at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for his appearance. Dated, Ann Arbor. Jan. 31, 1873. J. F. LAWRENCE, R. 11. Fbazf.ti, Circuit Court Commissioner, Solicitor for WaBbteuaw County, Michigan . pluiuant. 1413


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