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'■'lie l'cople Want Proof, There is no medicine prescribed by physicians, or aold by Druggists that carnes such evldence of its success and superior virtue as Boschee's Germán Svrüp for severe Coughs, Cold's settled on the lïreast, Gonsinuption, or any discaso of the Throat nnd Langs. A proof of that fact is that any person afliicled, can got a Sample Bottle for 10 cents and try its superior effiict before buying the regular size at 75 ceuU. It has lately boen íntroduced in this country from Germany, and its wonder ful cures are astouiahing evcryone that use it. Three doses will relieveany case. Try it. Sold by KhkhBACH & CO. IM, King's New Discovery. For the cure of ConSumption and all diseascs that lead to it, such as stubborn Coughs, neglected Colds, Bronchitis, Asthina, pain in the side and ehest, and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Dr. King'snew Discovory has no equal, and has established for itself a world-wide reputation. Physiciaas recommend it in their practice. The formula from which it is prepared is highly recommended by all Medical Journals. The Clergy and the Press recommend it ín the must glowing Ierms. If you wou ld be speedily cured, go to your druggist. L. S. Lerch, and get a bottle and your cure is certain Trial bottles fice. 1564 NEW AJDJERTISEMENTS XTotice. THE ADJOURNED Annual Meeting of Forest Hill Cemetery Companyof Aun Arbor, will be held at the slore of Geo. Granville, on Tuesday, the eighteenth (18) day of January 1875, at 2 o'clock p. M., for the election of officers and the transaction of such othor business as may come bofore it. Ann Arbor, January 4th, 1875. GEO. GRANVILLE, Clerk, NOTICE. To Memiïens gf the Congeegational Society' The next regular annual meeting of the First gregational Society of Ami Arbor, will le held in accordance with the requiremeuts of the Constitutioii of the Societp, on Monday, Jauuary lOth 1876, at 7 o'clock p. m., lor the electioa of two Trustees in place of T. M. Cooley and Charles Tripp, whose terms of office expire on the firatday of Februaiy next, and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. The meeting wiil be held at the residence of D. S. Wood, on Main St, A full atfendauce is desired: By direction of the President of the Society. C. K. ADAMS, Clerk. EBERBACH & CO., DRÜGGISTS AM) PHARMACISTS, No. 12 SoutU Main Streel. Keeps on hand a largc and well selccted stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. DYE STUPPS, Artists' & Wax Flower Materials TOILET ARTICLES, TRUSSES, ETC. PÜKE WINE AND LIQUORS. Special attention paid to the furnlshing of Physicions, Chemlsts, Schools, etc„ with Fhilosophical and Chemical Apparatus, Bohemian Chemical Glassware, Porcelain Ware, Pure Eeagents. etc. I'hysicians prescriptirns careftilly preparcd at all hours. 1564 TJEFOKT of the condition of the First National Bank of Ann Ar bor At Ann Arbor, in the State of Michigan, at theclose of business, December 17th, 1875. BESOUBCES. Loans and Discounts, - $282,781.54 Overdrafts, - - 1,152.83 U S. Bonds to secure circuïation, - 150,000.00 Other stocks, bonds and mortgages, - 19,000.00 Due from approved Reserve Agents, - 26,841.13 Due from State Banksand Bankers, - 12,450.90 Real Estáte, furniture and fixtures, - 19,000.00 Current expenses and taxes paid, - 3,421.60 Checks and other cash items, - - 297.95 Bills of other National Banks, - 11,19.00 Fractional currency (iucluding nickcls), 1,414.64 Legal tender notos, - 22,111.00 Rederaption Fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent. of circulation), - - 6,750.00 $546.350.59 LIABILITIEB. Capital stock paid in, - - - 8150,000.00 Surplus fund, - 40,000.00 Other undivided profits, - - 29S66.29 National bauk notes outstandiiiK, - 133,000. Dividends unpaid, - - - 66.00 Indivií nal deposita subject tocheck, 123,645.41 Demand curtificates of deposit, 69,672,89 8546,350.59 State of Michigan, County of Washtenaw ss. I, Johnson W. Knight, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. W. KNIGHT, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of Jau., 1876. W. A. TOLCHAKD, Notary Public. Corree t-Attest, E. WELLS, 1 H. ARNOLD, Director.. PHILIP BACH, J LONGFELLOW. A Superb life-size portrait of tbe poet I om.i I t i.ou will be sent with the ATLANTIC MONTHLT for 1876 to ;in y person $5.00 kirect to the Fublishers. THE PBOGRAMME OF THE Atlantic for 1876 Includes contributions from the ablest and best writers in the country, LONGFELLOW, LOWELL, ' HOLMES, and WHITTIER, will furnish, as Mtherto, their latest and best productions to the public turough the Atlantic. WAENER and ALDRICH will write of Eastern and Continental Travel ; GEN. HOWARD will give his recollections of Gettysburg and other famous battles of the War Í and MARK TWAIN will contribute some of his inimitable pa pers. MR. HOWELL'S story, " Private Theatricals," MRS. KEMBLE'S " Old Woman's Gossip," and MR. ADAMS' papers on Railroads will be among the special features of this year, and new attractions wil] be constantiy added. TERMS : Single or specimen numbera, 85 cents. Yearly subscription, $4.00, postage free; with life-ssze portrait of Longfellow, $5.00. Keinittances by mail should be sent by a money order, eraft on New York or Boston, or registerad letter to II. O. Houghtom & Co., Riverside Press Cambridge, Mass. 2w H. O. HOUGHTOÏf:& CO., Boston. HURD & HOÜGHTON, New York. $40,000, WELL LOCATED Toledo Property, FOR SALE OK EXCHAJÍGE. Willtakeas one-tbird payment, Eeal Estáte in Ann;Arbor orvicinity, either farms, timber lauds or houses and lots, Balance of payments on the Toledo property will be easy. Is locatcd near terminus of the Narrow Gauge Railway, Wolcott Bros. Toledo, Ohi, January 7th. Estáte of James G. Danoer. DTATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw O sa. At a session of the Probate Oourt for tht county of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday the third' day of January in the year one thousand eiirht hundred and aeventy-aix. Present, Noah W. Cheever, JuSge of Probate. In the matter of t,he estáte of James O. Dancer Minor. ' Sampson Parker, guardián of said eBtate, comea into courtand repreaents that he is now prepared to sendur bis ticnount as auch guardián Thereuponit ia ordered that Friday the twentyeighth day of Junuary inBtant, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be aaaigrid for examining and allowin auoh account, and that, the next of kin of said minor, and all othei persona'imtereatod in said eatate are requjred to nppear at a aeasionof said court, then' to be holden at the Probate office, inthe city ot aid county and show cause, if any there be, why the said account should not be aílowed. And it is lurther ordered that said uuardwn give notloe to the peraonsintereatod in said estate, of the pendency ot said account and the hearing thereof, by cauaing a copy of this order to be pubhshed in the Michigan Argus, a newspaper prmted andcirculating in said oounty, two auccesaive weeks previous to said day of heann (A true copy.j NOAH W. CHEEVER 1564w4 Judge of Probate.