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NEW ADVERTISEMËNTS TO RENT- Third floor over Bach & Abel's 1552 PHILIP BACH. THE ANN ARBOR SAVIItf QS BANK _A_iin Arbor, Michien-ii. Receives deposita of One Dollar and upwards and allows Five percent, interest on all djposits remaining three mouths or longer. Interest Compounded Semi-Annually. Also buys and sftlls IT. S. Bonds. Gold, Silver and Interest Coupons, and New York, Detroit aud Chicago Exchange. Also sells Sight Drafts on Great Britain, Ireland, Gkrmany, or any other part of the European Continent. This Bank is oiganized under the General Banking Law of this State. The Stoekholders are individually Hable to the amount of their stock, and the whole capital is security for depoaitors, while withBanksof issue, the capital is invested for the security of bill-holders. This fact makes this Institution a very safe depository of raonies. Married Women can deposit subject to their own drafts only. .Tloiiey to Loan on Approved Seturltles. DIRECTORS: S. Smit, C. Mack, W. W. Winks, K i., W. I. Harrimas. D. Hiscock, W. Deubel. OFFICERS: R. S. Smith, Pres't. C. Mack, Vice-Pres't. C. E. Hiscock, Teller. I ) EPORT of the condition of the First National Bank of Ann Arbor At Ann Arbor, in the State of Michigan, at theclosc Df busini-ss, October lst, 1875. RESOURCES. Loansand Discounts, - - - f285,841.30 Overdrafts, - - 674.66 ü S. Bonds to secure circulation, - 150,000.00 Other stock, bonds and mortgagos, - 21,000.00 Due from approved Reserve Agenta, - 62,396.5(1 Due from State Banks, - - - 11,860.52 Real Estáte, furniture and fixtures, - 19,000.00 Current ex penses paid, - 2,140.42 Checks and other cash items, - - 551.40 Bills of other National Banks, - 8,831.00 Fraetional currency (including nickeb), 966.98 Legal tender notes, - 24,179.00 Redeinption Fund with U. S. Treasurer (J per cent. of circulation ), - - 6,750.00 1584,191.98 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, - - - 8150,000.00 Surplus fund, - 40,000.00 Other undivided profits, - - 23,457.30 National bank notes outatanding, - 135,000.00 Dividends unpaid, - - - 696.00 Iudivii ual deposits subecttoibpck. 16570.88 Demand certifu-ates, 79.4H8.H0 245,038.68 594.191.98 State oh Michigan, County of Washtenaw ss. I, Johnson W. Knight.C'ashierof the FirstNational Bank, of Ann Arbor, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. JOHNSON W. KNIGHT, Cashier. Subscribed and sworu to before me this 12th day of Oct., 1875. W. A. Tolchard, Notary Public. Correct- Attest, E. WELLS, ) D. HENNING, Directora. JAMES CLEMENTS, J NOTICE. ATTKND THE CREAT PRINT SALE NALL'S THIS WEEK. 87 Woodward Avenue, DETROIT. S. w; I1AYES, formerly of this city, is couueeted witli til ís house. POR SALE. ADESIRABLE COTTAGE with ver; ftmúy ahaded rounds, near the Univemity, now vcnt and wlllbe sold Tery low. Euoutre ol A. B. PKBSÍOTT. CONTINENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. " K '.1B j1 I, i' nnual Statement, JANIIAKV 1, 1875. ecumulated Assets, - $6,555,828 Mabllitlrs, Including reserve 5,843,846 Surplus belonglng to Pollry hohl'rs 711,982 Animal Income, - 2,820,313 Amoiint of Insurance in forte, $54,998,941 Xiirlv dar of trace allowed on Payinont of Reuewal. No restriction on Travel. Prompt and liberal in payment of claims. Claims paid in 1874, $600,000. Total death claims paid in last eight yenrs, 3,ooo,oou. A WATKIN8, ,oS No. 10 Bank Blook, Detroit, , l538 Manager for Michigan. JOHN SEAKS, DUt. Ag't, Ann Arbor, Mioh. ü o ,- S RaSggÜ C R i tt - fl - g LU HH H fe LARCE ARRIVAL OF - - FALL AND WINTER GLOTHING. AT W. WAGNER'S "Wlio Sells Olothingf so Cheap that he DEFIES ALL COMPETITION. All who are pressed with the hard times and desire A CHEAP SUIT Can find it at WAGNER'S. A fine stook of Cloths, Cassimerea and Trimmings always kept and Suits Made to Order. A Large stook of FUHFISHING GOODS. W. WACNEB., 1496 21 South Main 8t. Ann Abbor EDWARD DUF FY HAS JUST EECEIVED AN Entire lff ew Stock Of good conaistlng of Teas, Coffees, SUGARS AND SYRUPS, Bought in NEW YORK from first hands FOR CASH, and is offering them at a VBRY BU6BT ADVANCE over New York Cost. Also afulllineof LADIE8 and GKNTLEMEN'S WKAR in BOOTS & SHOES, All of which he is offerinj VERY LOW FOR CASH. It pays everybody to bny their gooda for Cash. Cali and examine gooda and prieta, and I WILL IUSUEE SATISFACTON Gooda delivered to any part of the City free of charge. EDWARD DUFFY. " Mayaard's Block cor. Main and Ann streetí 15S4 Ann Arbor, Mioh. C. BLISS & SOU are now ready for the SPRING TRADE with an Elegant Stock Of New Goods consisting of CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Silyer & Platefl Ware anda erin? them at priees never before offered in the market, Öomething new m TEA SETS and at a great reduction from farmer prices. ■STRemember we have the I.argml Stock in tbe city. Cali and see lor yourselve. REPAIRTNG NEATL7 AND PROMPTLT DONE. C BLISS & SOJï. 1522 THE NEW ENGLAND RANGE with Elevated Hot Closet, combining all the latest, most valuable and economical inipruvements in Cooking Ranges. The new MORNINC CLORY beautifully mounted, and acknowledged to be one of the leading tirst clAas Cook Btovee, THE WOODLAND COOK A new first class Wood Slove ; for a low priced stove it cannot be beat. It has all the modem lmprovements. The abore stoves all have the new Patent liirtusive Oven Flues, by vrhich the oven is sure to be evenly heated at all times, makhiK them the most perfect. Bakers in the market. The LEVER CL.OTHES WRINGER Isa perfect success. Every lady who use a wringer should get one at Peaae's. Those 40 reasons for getting Weed's C'arpet Sweeper are vet good ones. Galvanized iron Toilkt Skts, are certaiuly the most durable. My Portable Bath Tubs are the best aixl elicapest and should be indispensable. Those metal Water Fliters every family should get one at G. J. PEASE'S. 46 Soul n lHain Street. CmZENS of AÑN ABBÖE A.T&T) A7-ICI3STITTT. 1 have jvist received a large stock of BOOTS AND SHOES All Grades ! All Widths ! AU Sizes ! And Low Prices ! I have now the largest stock of huiiM', Minnfln and Children fiue sboea in Ann Arbor. Mi-M's' and Children's School Slioes made a spnialty. An entirely new thing, a I,aïics', Miases' and Cliilcl's (alf Buttoned Shoe, which will cerUinly outwear all othcrs. Plegae glve me a cali hefore going elsewhere and ■satisfy ynurs.'lf u tu shoes and jirlces. JOHN BUEG. No. 43 South Main Street. 1547m3 lUVKLI.nti IIOITSKS FOB Mll, A large and very well built brick house, wit h two ui more lot. Two large framed houges. Alau a good sized brick house and frame houee ; and a smalí frame houae on a good lot, intended for adding afront. For sale on fair terma aud n reaaoimble ortsdit. Also other bnilding, lots, and property. MONEY So many wishing to borrnw raoney apply to me that I can readily obtain for Icndfrj good satisfactory investments at ten per cent. interest. E. W. MORGAN. Ann Arbor, Aoril 23, 1873. 1423tf H%#%BB a day gnaranteed uilng our Well SIVJW% Auaer A Orilla. SlOO mvam TTSB M pala to ftood Agenta, uger book ▼ M %f iVr-e. J1U Auger Co., Bt. LouU, Mu.


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