NEW ADVERTISEMENTS XTotice. AU contracta for adrertising in the Arqus will be completed by the new proprletor, and subscribra who hare paid in advance will receive the paper uutil the expiration of their terin of subscription. All ttubscriptions and advertiaing accounts eamed to Jan. 1, 18:9, are tha property of aud will be collected by Mr. Pond. Advertiseri who do not desire to continue their adrertiaementa are requested to gire early notice, as such adrertiaement9 will be contluued unlesa otherwise ordered, and charged for. JOHN N. BAILEY. Ann Arbor, Jan. 1, 1879. LUH.H FOR SALE. Ilaviug obtained a perfect titte of the Casey-Connelly farm, of 87 acres, located in the township ol Ann Arbor, on ttection 24, I uow offer the sauie for sale. Terms easy. D. CBAHEB. Aun Arbor, Jan. 7, 1879. 1721w6 H'IIOUlllti'S ORIGINAL. BOHEMIAN GLASS BLOWERS Will exhibit at No. 7 North Main Street, Aon Arbor, commeneiug MONDAY EVE'G, JAN. 13, For Oue Week Only. The Glass Staam Engine FAÏRY QUEEN will be In full operation at each entertaiiinient. This en?;ine wai on exhibition at the Centennial, and is the argest in the world. Samples that wu give away can be seen in the w induw. ADMTSSION FIFTEEN CENTS, and every viaitor receives a preaent. Doors opea at 2 o'clock Ín th afternoon and 7 o'clock in the erening. C. M. KINO, Agent. Report of the Condition OF HIK Ann Arbor Savings Bank AT ANM ARBOK, MICHIGAN, At the close of business, January lst, A. D. 1879, made in accordance with sections 18, 19, and 67 of the General Banking Law a amended in 1871. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, $182,793.80 Bonds and Mortgages, 50,032.42 United States 4 per cent. Bonils, 10,075.00 Overdrafts, 65.08 Furniture and nxtures, 1.707.84 Bills in transit, 120,63 Keveuue staiups, 55.00 Real estáte, 1,165.15 Cash items, 112.119 üue from National and State Bauks, S9,i '85.43 Cash ou hand, 36,695.73 Total, ;! 12,808.117 I.l.lHtLITIKn. Capital stock, $(10,000.00 UndlTided protits, 6,597.18 UiTidends unpaid, 30.00 Deposlts, 2M,281.79 Total, 0311,908.97 I do fcolcmnly swear that the abore statement is true to the beat of my knowledee and belief. CHAS. K. HI8C0CK, Cashier. 8ubscribed and sworn to before me this 6th dajr f Jtuuarr, U79. HENRY 3. DEAN, NoUry PuUle. HII.I'S OPERA 1KM Hl.. C J. Whitney, Leasee and Manager. ONE NIOHT ONLY. Saturday, .1 21.11. lltli. MRS.H.M.SMITH GRAND CONCERT COMPANY ! In their brilliant and Popular Concerta. Mm. H. M. Smith, the great Oratorio and Concert Prima Donna. Miss Jeauie Dana, Contralto and Solo Pianist. Mr. Charles H. Clark, the popular bailad and Operatic Tenor. D. M. Rabcock, tha dlstinguished Basso Profundo. Walter Knierson, The unrivaled Cornet Virtuoso, of Gilmore' Band, during ita European Tour. Admission- Center Aisle 75 cents, Side Aisle and (iallery 50 cents. No extra charge fot ReserTed Seats, now on sale at Watts' Jewelry Store. ESTÁTE OF JOHN BLAKK.- State of Michigan, County ot Woshtenaw, sa. At a session of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, bolden at tha Probata Office is the city of Ann Arbor, on Wedneaday, the eighth day of January, in the year one thouiand eight hundred and Kventy-nine. l'renent. William D. Hurriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of John Blake, deceased. On reading and fllinft the petition, duly verined, of Alfred Moore, praying that a oertain instrument now on flie in this Court, purporting to be tha Iiut will and testament of said deceased, may be admitted to probate, and that ha niay be appointed exeoutor thereof. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the tliird day of February next., at ten o'olock in tha forenoon, be ussigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the devisees, legatees, and hem at Uw of said deceaaed, and all other persons interested in said etute, ara required to appear at a ession of laid Court, thn to be holden at the Probate omee, in the City of Ann Arbor, and show caute, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted: And it is further ordered that said pstitioner gire notice to the persons intereated in baid estata, of the pendency ot said petition, and the hearing thereof. by causinir a oopy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argut, a na wipaper printed and circulated in said county, three succesBive waeks previous to said day ol hearing. WILLIAM 1). ÜARRIMAN, ( A true copy.) Ju ige of Probate. Wii.liam O. Dott, Probate Register. ÍNSTATE OF ADAM OBERMILLER.- State of Ui Michigan Countyof Wanhtenuw ■. Atmeiion of the Probate Court for the County of Washtouaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Wedneaday, the eighth day of January, in the year oue thouaand eijjht hundred and aeventy-nine. Preaent, Williaia I). Harriman, Judpe of l'rotmte . In the matter of the eatate of Adam Oberiniller, deeeaaed. On reading and flling the petition, duly veiified, of Jacob Breining, praying that Jacob Jolina or aonie other mutable peraon may be appointed administrator of the eatate of aaid deceaaed. Thereupou it ia ordered, that Monday, the third day of February next, at ten o'clock in the lorenoon, be aaalgned lor the hearing of aaid petition, and that the heira at lm of aaid deoeaaed, and all other peraona intereated m aaid elate, are required to appear at a aesaion of aaid Court, then to be holden at the Probate office in the city of Anu Arbor, and ehow cauae, if any thcre be, why the prayer of the petitioner ahould not be granted : And it ia (urther ordered that aaid petitioner give notice to the peraona intereated in eaid eatate of the ptmdftticy of aaid petition and the hearing thereof , by cauainR a oopy ot thia order to be publiahedin the Michigan Argtu, a newapaper printed and eirculated in aaid oounty, thiee auccesaire weck prerioua to aaid day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HAKRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate. Wi. (i. Doty, Probate Begiater. ESTÁTE OF JACOB BAXJER.- State of Michgan, County of Waahtenaw, sa. At a aeaaion of the Probate Court for the County of Waahtenaw, holden at the Probate Olnoe in the city of Ann Arbor, on Wedneaday, the eighth day of January, in the year one thouaund eight hundred and aertntynine. Pr leent, Wilüam D. Hnrriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter ot the eatate of Jacob Bauer, deccKaed. On reading and nling the petition, duly Terilied, of Chriatina Bauer, praying that Aaron L. Feldkamp, or some other auitable peraona may be appointed adtniniatrator de boni non of aaid eatate. Thereupon it ia ordered, that Monday, the taird day of February next. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be aaaigned for the hearing of aaid petition, and that the heira at law of aaid deceaaed, and all other peraona intereated in aaid eatate, a required to appear at a eeaaion of aaid court, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, and ahow cauae, if any ther be, why the prayer of the petitioner ahoukt net be granted: And it ia further ordered, that aaid petitioner gire notie to the peraona intereated in aaid eatate, of the pendenoy of aaid petition and the hearing thereof, by cauaing a copy of thia order to be published in the Michigan Argüí, a newapaper printed and eirculated in aaid county, three auccesaire weeka pre Tioua to aaid day of hearing. WILLIAM D.HARRIMAN, A true oopy.) Judgt of Probate. Wk. Q. Dott, Probata Regiater. ESTÁTE OFFREDERICK HUSON.- State of Michigan, Cuunty of Washtenaw, as. A tía seesion of the Probate Court for the County of Waahteimw, holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Aun Arbor, on Mondar, tbe aixth day of January , in the year one thoaiand eight hundred and seventy-níne. Fieaent, Willíam D. Harriman, Judge of ProbaU. In the matter of the estáte of Frederick Husod, deceased. Fred C Huson, administrator with the will annexed of said estáte, eomes into court aud representa that he is uow prepared to reader hi final account ai such administrator. Thereupon it la ordered, that Tuesday, the fourth day of February next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned lor exauiining and alloW'i"-"' account, and that the deviaeea. leiriileea and heirs at law of aaid aeceiued, and all other persons interested in said estáte, are rerequired to appear at a seasion of aaid court, tben to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor in aaid county, and show cause, if any theru be, wh y the said account should not be allcwed : And it is fuitber ordered that said admiuibtrator give notioe to the persons interested in said eatate of the pendency of said account and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Michigan Argut, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county, three suectaaive weeka previous to aaid day of hearing. WILLIAM 1). HARRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge ol Probate. Wh. G. Dott, Probate Register. ESTÁTE OP ROSE CONATY.- 8tate of Michigan, County of Wuhtenaw, aa. At a aession of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probato Omoe in the city ol Ann Arbor, on Monday, the sixth day of January, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventynine. Freaent, WiUiam D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Rose Oonaty, deceaaed. On reading and aling the petltion, duly rerified, of Thomaa Wilkinson and Philip Keusch, praying that Thomaf Wilkinson may be appoiuied administrator of aaid estáte. Thereuponit ia ordered, that Monday, the third day of February next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be aasi'gned for the hearing of said petition, and that the hem at law of said deceaaed, and all other persou intereated in said eatate, are required to appear at a aession of aaid Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, and ahow cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioners should not be granted: And it ia f urther ordered that aaid petitioners gire notice to the perion interested in eaid estáte, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by eausing a copy of this order to be publiahed in the Mich ■ igan Arguê, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county, three sucecsaive weeks previous to aaid day of hearing. D. HARBIMAN, IA true copy J Judge of Probate. Wjí. O. Doti, Probate Register. ESTÁTE OF WARREN State of Mlchigan, County of Washtonaw, ss. At a sesaion of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Tuesday, tbe seventh day of Jauuary, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine. Present, William D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Warren Wood. deceaaed. Daniel LeBaaon, adminiatrator of said estáte, comes into court and, representa that he is now prepared to render hls final account as such administrator. Thereupon it ia ordered, that Weduesday, the fifth day of February next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, ba as signed for examining and allowing such account, and that the heirs at law of saiof deceaed, and all other persons intereated in said state, are required to appear at a aession of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the City of Ann Arbor, in aaid county, and show cause, if any the be, why the said account ahuuld not be allowed : And it is further ordered, that said administrator give notice to the person interested in said estáte, of the pendenoy of sai( account and the hearing thereof, by causing a cop of thlg order to De puoiisneu in me mxcniffan Aryut, a newspaper prlnted and eirculating in said eounty, three auccessiye week preYiou to said day of eaiiuR. W[LLIAM D HAKRIMAN, (A true oopy). Judge of Probate . Wm. O. Dott, Probate Register. ESTÁTE OF QEOROE WHITING.- State of Michigan, Couuty of Washtenaw, s. Ata sesslon of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, the sixth day of January, in the yearone thousand eight hundred and sevcnty-nine. Present, William D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of George Whiting, deceased. On reading and flling the petition duly verifled, of Harrison G. Voorheis, one of the executors of iaid estáte, praying that he may be licensed to sell the real estáte whereof said deeeaacd died seized. Thereupon it ia ordered, that Wednesday, the twelfth day of February next., at ten o'clock in the forenoon.be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the deTisee, legatees and heir at law of said deeeased, and all other persons interested in sai estáte are requircd to appear at a session of said court, then to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, if any there be why the prayer of the petitiouer should not begranted : And it is further ordered that sai petitioner give notice to the persons interested in aid estáte, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to bs published in the Michigan Argut,. newspaper printed and circulated in said county, four successive weeks prevloua to said day of hearing WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN. (A true copy.) Jdg of Probate. Wm. G. Doty, Probate Register. RB AL EST ATB FOR SALE.- State of Michigan. County of Washtenaw, ss. In the matter of the estáte of John J. Koch, deceaied. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order granted to the underaiened, admioistrator of the estáte of said John J. Koch, by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the County of WaahUnaw, on the eiglith day of January, A. D. 1879, there will be old at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor. in the County of Wnhtenaw, in said State, on llolDiï, the twentï-foumh day of Febbdabi, A. D. 1879, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day (subject to all eneumbrances by niortgage or otherwiae existing at the time of the death of said deoased, and alo nubiect to the right of dower of the widow of said deceaied) the following described real estáte towit- dfty-three (63) acres on theeast side of the ast half C-,) of th southeast quarter of scction six, and the northeast quarter of section seren (7), in town three (3] wuth, range Ove (i) east (Lodi), in Michigan. Dated. January 1. 187. AABON i. FKLDKA.MP, Administrator. Marble Works I -OF - ANTON EISELE, Corner Detroit & Calharine Sts. - dealees in - Monuments &Grnvestones Manufacturad of Foreigii and American ORANITE and MAUULE. CUT BUILDING AND A1TIF1V1.4L STOXB Manufactured on short nntice. Prices low nad work warranted to give satisiaction. 1689y 1 THE GREAT KNQLISH RBMBDY! (ittAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICUS TWfcDEMARK.T. espedaliy rec. TRADULjL? Jla}t(t ommended us an gjSSA iflH3jfSEMIN'AL JfflftH BeforeTakiñg?Jo1'BFUMMo-After Taking. ey, UnivkrbalLassitüde, Pain in thk Back, Dimkkiu of Visiok, Prematobk Old Aoe, and miiny otherdiaeaaea that lead to Insanity, ConBuinption and a Preinatnre Orave, all oí which aa a rule are first cauaed bj oeviating írom the path oí nature and over induigence. The Speciflc Medicine is the reult of a Ufe Btudy and many years oí eïperience in treating thee special diaeanos. Full particular in our pamphleta, whieh we aesíre to snd free by mail to every one. The Speciflc Medicin i old by all Drugiiiatsat $1 per paekage, or aix packages for tí, or will be ■ent b7 mail on receipt of the money ly addresaing ; THE UKAY MEDICINE CO., 167 No 10 Mechanica' Block, Detroit Mich. 4-8old in Ann Arbor by Eberbach Son, and bv all drunltta Tarvwhtre GET YOUE. PROPEETY INSURED BY C. H. MILLEN, Insurance Agent No. 4 South Main Street, ANNARBOR, - MICH, The oldest agency in the city. Establishec a quaiter oí a century ago. Repreneutiiig the following tirst class cumpanitis : Home Insurance Co. of N.Y., Assets over J,000,000 Continental Ins. Co. of N. Y., AsseU o?er $3,000,000 Niágara Kre Ins. Co., N. Y., Ansets $1,442,400 (iirariinl Pu., Assets over $1,000,000 Oriënt of Hartford, Assets $700,000 Kates low osscs liberally adjusted and pruin]itly paid. 1700 C. II. MILLEN. noticb7 The undersïgiied has purchased the interest ol George H. Wiaslow in the frame and picture busicess, No. 'M) Eust Hurou Street, aud wül continue the business at the same place, giving prompt attentloD to all orders for frames, etc. A fine stock ui' (liromos, Engravings, aud Phottgraphs on hand and t'or sale cheap. All debts duo the late firra of Winalow A McMillan are payable to the under.signei, and any debts coutracted duriug bis connuctiun wilh the flrm will bo paid by him. Aan Arbor, Üct. 14, 188. lTioir D. McMILLAK. Ucan make money f ast er at work for us tban at unything else Capital not reqnired: we will start you. $12 per day at honitt made by the induHtrums. lien, women, boya und irls wantod everywhere to work for us. Now ia tho;tiine. Cotly outfit and terina free. Addrens Tbue & Co , Augusta, Maine. "iTotioe." IDO HEREBY forbid any persou or persont i rom sellinji or trust ing Clarisan, my wil'e, for I Jnhall piiy no debts contracted after this date. Dated, Dec. 30, 1878. 1720W2 DUDSON WEB8TEK. RAILROADS. MIVHIUAS CENTRAL RAI LBO AT). MAY 12, 1878. OOING WEST. 3 I I S ■ nvtio.. s -p. y Séitá L!.LI?ÍMiiir üetroit.leaye, 7 00 9 35 4 46 2 60 6 Sul 9 50 G.T. Junction, J ls iü 00 5 00 3 05 6 36 10 10 Way ne Junction 7 4B 10 20 5 32 3 30 7 10 10 42 ïpsilanti, 1 8 10 10 45, e 1)0 :; 51 ; 30 n 04 A.nn Arbor, ! 8 30(11 00' 6 30] 4 05 8 10 11 21 Ltelhi, ' 8 44 6 48 j Dexter, 8 f6 8 5a 4 22' 8 31: Cheliea, 9 15 _ 7 (8 4 40 8 45: GraasLake, j 9 47 1 7 83 5 05 9 07 I P. M I I A.M. Jackson, : 10 20:12 1(1 8 00 6 00 9 40 12 46 Album, '11 04 12 48 6 47 10 33 1 23 Marahall, 11 50 1 10 o ! 7 15 11 03 : 1 45 v.M. 5g BKttleCreek, 12 19 1 55 .I 7 45 11 35 2 10 Galeuburg, 12 52 b 20 12 07 A.M.1 A.M. Kalamazoo, 1 ÍS 2 38 4 30! 8 40 12 25 2 53 Lawton, 1 54 j 5 05 1 08 Decatur, 2 11 5 20 1 27 - Dowagiae, 2 36 5 45 1 57 Nilee, 3 05 4 07 6 30 2 :i 4 15 Hucbannu, I 3 19 6 43 2 .4 - , Three Oaks ; 3 49 7 13 1 NewBuflalo, 4 03 4 57 7 28 3 45! Michigan City, ; 4 30; 5 20 7 S5 4 16 1 6 30 Lnke, ! 5 ÍS1 6 02 8 40 5 041 6 19 Kensington, 6 00 6 50 9 to fi 55 7 10 Chicago, arrive, 6 50 7 40 10 SO 6 45 8 00 QOIMO EA8T. i 1 i "♦ i j i Ï "„■ S I !_?__ _?_ P dl_ __ J_ A. M. A. M. P. M. Ï'.M. P. M Chicago, leave, ' 7 00 9 OOJ 4 00 5 15 9 0 Kensington, I 7 50: 9 50 4 50 1 6 05 9 50 Lake, ; 8 4010 32 5 45 16 50 10 Stü Michignn City, 1 9 25 )- New Buifalo, 9 47 ; Three Oaku, 10 02(ifucdauan, 10 92 ■ Niles, 10 45] Dowagiac, 11 lfi Decatur, 11 39 ■ „ .„ , ,., Lawton, 11 57 9 23 a. m. Kiilumiwio, 12 33 1 40 10 00 6 50 10 26 2 17 Galeuburg, 12 62 . 7 M 2 37 Battle Creok, 1 27 S 13 M M 7 40; 11 08 S 15 ■Marshall, 2 26 3 00 p 18 10U1 37 3 49 ;A.M., Albion, 2 521 3 21 A.M. 8 35 12 05 4 10 Jackson, 3 45! 4 05 5 40 9 40 12 50 4 56 Gras Lake, 4 08 6 07 10 00 Chelsea, 4 40 i 6 31 10 18 , Dexter, 5 00 6 4Ï 10 30 ! Delhi, 5 10 - - 6 55 1 I Ann Arbor, 5 20 5 10 1 7 10,10 46j 2 05 6 30 tíeddea, j ! j Ypsilanti. I 5 38 5 24 7 27 11 00! 2 20, 6 45 Wnyne June, (i 02 5 45 7 52 11 22 2 44 7 09 G.T. June, 6 33 6 15 8 25 1150 3 20 7 45 Detroit, Ar., 648 E 301 8 40:12 05, 3 33; 8 00 Grand Rapids and Kalanmzoo ExpresB arrivés at Grand Rápida 2.20 p. m., and leaves Grand KapitU 6:15 a. m. 8undays excepted. IBaturday and bunday exoepted. tDaily. H. B. LEDYAED, Gen'l Manager, Detroit. H. C. Wentwobth, G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Toledo and Ann Arbor Railroad. Taking ett'ect Monday, Nov. 4, 1878. (OING NORTII. GOING SOUTH. Sfïk. Eip. ExpT Exp. Kxp. Mfx. A. M. A.M. I'. M. A. M.P. M. P. M. 6 501030 405 TOLEDO 929 260 640 6 5110 33 4 0R North Toledo 9 26 2 47 6 35 7 10 10 43 4 19 Detroit Junction 9 16 2 40 6 17 7 24,10 52 4 29 Hawthorn 9 07 2 84 6 02 7 30 1100,4 37 Samaría 9 0012 29 5 49 7 48 1108 4 45 Seola 8 52 2 24 6 36 7 56 1113: 4 50 Lulu ! 8 471 2 20, 5 28 8 04 1118 4 55 Monroe Junction' 8 42 2 16 5 20 8 28 1127 .1 05 Dundee 8 28 2 10 &M 840 1132 5 11 Jlaron 8 22 2 04 4 42 8 58 1140 5 2.1 Azulia 8 14 155 4 24 9 26 1153 5 34 Milán 8 00 140 3 54 9 44 12 01 5 43 Nora 7 51 131 3 36 10 08 12 11' 5 55 Urania . 7 40 120 3 12 10 26 12 20 6 04 Ynsilauti June. 7 31 í 1 12 2 54 10 50 12 28! 6 ir, ANX ARBOR 7 20:12 58 2 30 The 7.20 a. m. express south makes close connectionsat iionroe Junctioa for Adiian and Monroe and for points on the Lake Shore ; at Toledo witli Columbus & Toledo aud the Wabash. Tlie 12.58 p. m. express south connects it Toledo with the 3 o'clock train cast on the Peunsylvania Kond thro' to New York. All trains run by Columbus time - 7 minute? faster than Ann Arbor time. J. M. ASHLEY, Jr , Superintendent. DETEOIT, HILLSÜALE AND 80UTHWESTERN RA1LK0AD To tke effect Aug. 19, 18. BOIXO WEST. UO1K6 EABT. STATIONS. Mail. Lxp. STATIONS. Exp. Mail A. M. P. M. . „ „ Ypaüanti.... 8:16 6:0T. p" " Toledo June. 8:35 6:2S Bankars 6:00 2:0 Saline 9:25 6:4S Hillsdal ñ:0 2:10 Bridgewater.. 9:47 7:07 Manchester.. 8:30 4:02 -■■-■ ífs: ' r, L5 ' Hillsdale 1:00 9:47 ToledoJunc. llfcW 4:55 Banker 1:10 10:00 , Ypnilanti.... 10:35 5:15 TrainM run by Chicago time. W. F. PAKKER, Sup't, Ypailanti. CANADA SOUTHERN R'Y LINES. The Only American Route Through Canada. Trains leave M. C. R. R. Depot, Detroit, city time, as follows: Atlantic Express, daily, 4 00 a. m., Wagner car to Boston. Fast Day Expresi, daily, 12 10 noon, Wagner car to New York aud Boston. Lightning Express, daily except Suuday, 11 10 p. m., Wagner car to Butlalo and Rochester. Toledo trains leave 7 50 a. m. except Sunday ; 3 10 p. ni. daily ; 6 50 p. ui. except tíuuday, For Fayette 6 30 p. in. except Sunday. ♦J" For information and tickets apply to (.. W. Uharplesi, agent M. C. R. lt., Ann Arbor. W. K. MUIR, Geni Manager, St. Thomas, Ont. M. C. ROACH. Pass. Agent, Detroit. FRANK E. SXOW, tien. Pass. and Ticket Agt. Detroit. - Note important changes ia the time table of the D., H & S. W. Railway. A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNE1) ! NEW GOODS ! And prices L0WEIÍ, THAN EVER. I have purchaaed in New York, for chsIj, and I am now daily receiving one of the largest and most select stocks of Groceries in 'Washteni.w County, consistin of a íuU and well selocted LINE OF TEAS, All of the new erop- including Guupowderi, liuperiaUi Voiingr II yuiis, II ) sou-, Japans, Oolons, Foruiosas, Cuuuhh, siiik limii, and Twankays, Together with a full line ofCOFFEKS, consistïncr of the followin? branda: MOCHA, OLD GOV'T JAVA, MARACAIBO, LAÖUAYKE.ÖANTO8 and RIO, both roasted and ground ; a full and well selected stock of SUGARS, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES, Together with everything in the line cf Pure Spices, Canned fruits. and Vegetables. We have a full and complete line of BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES And Honiery. Also, a choice assortment of Ladies' and Oentlemen's Underwear. Cali and examine OoodB and Prioes and we will insure satisfaction. EDWARD DUFFY. ' Maynard'a Block,' cor. Main and Ann streeta Ann Arbor, Mich. yHighebt caah price paid for all farm produce. "1S ETNA IJVSURANCIÜ COMPANÏ. Capital, - - $3,000,000. Assets Jan 1, 1870, $6,792,649.98. Lo8ses Ptiid in 55 Years, $ 44, 760, 391. 71. Surplus over all Liabilities, indu'i Re-Insurance Reserve, $4,735,092.86. Not Surplus over Liabilities, ineluding Re -Insurance and Capital Stock, $1,735,092.86. C. 3IACK, Aiftut, Aun Arbor.