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13
Month
June
Year
1879
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Abstracts of Titles. AU parties who nre dosirous of ascertaining the condition of the title to their lands, or parties who wish to loan money on rual estáte will do well to cali ut the üegister'tj ofüce and consult a Compared Set of Abstract Books. Said books are bo far advanced that the Eegister can furniah on short notice a Perfect Statement as to the Title of any parcel of land in Washtenaw County as I shown by the original records. O. H. MANLY, Register. adöllaTsaved IS A DOLLAR EARNED ! NEW GÖODS 1 And prices LOWEU THAN EVER. I have purchased in New York, for cash, lind I am now daily reoeivinu one of the largeat and most select stocks of Oroceries in Washtenaw County, conBisting of a full and well selected LINE OF TEAS, All of the new erop- including Guupowders, Imperials, Youiik Mysons, H ysons, Japans, Oolongs, lormosas, Cong-ous, s.nidii.in, anti 'l'Hiiiikai. Together with a full line of COFFEES, consistlng of the following brands: MOCHA, OLD GÖVT JAVA.MAKACAIBO, LAGUAYKE.SANTOS and UIO, both roasfed and grouiid ; a full and well selected stock of SUCARS, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES, Together with everything in the line cf Ture Spices, Canned fruits, and Vegetables. We have a full and completa line of BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES And Hosiery. AIo, a choice aseortment of Ladles' andOentlemen's Underwear. Cali and examine Good and Prices and we will insuro satUfaction. EDWARD DUFFY. " Maynard's Bloek,-' cor. Main and Ann etreets ____.. . . . Ann Arbor. Mich. arHifihest cash pnce paid foi all farm produce, "ïa GET YOUR PROPEEÏY IN SUEED BY C. H. MILLEN, Insurance Agem No. 4 South Main Street, AJÍN AH KOK. - MICH The oldeat ageucy in the city. Establishec a quarter of a ceutury ago. Repreaenting th following tirst class comnaniec Home Insurance Co. of N.Y., Assets over $6,000,00 Continental Ins. Co. of N. Y., Assets over 83,000,00 Niágara Fre Ina. Co., N. Y., Asaets $1,442,40 (iirard oi Pa., Assets over 81,000,00 Oriënt of Hartford, Assets $700,00 Rates low. Losses liberally adjusted au promptly paid. C. H. KILLEN. insürance mm Capital, - - $3,000,000 Assets Jan 1, 1876, $6,792,649.98. Loases Paid in 55 Years, $44,760,391.71. Surplus over all Liabilities, includi"g Re-Insurarree Reserve, $4,735,092.86. Net Surplus over Liabilities, including Ro-Insurance and Capital Stock, $1,735,092.86. C. MACK, Agent, Ann Arbor. RAILROADS. Toledo and Ann Arbor Railroad. Taking eflect Sunday March 23, 1879. OOING NORTH. OOING SOTJTir. Slix. Uip.jExp.j "" ;Exp.Exp7THïx. A.M A.M. T. M. A.M. P.M. P.M. 6 50 10 40 6 00 TOLEDO 9 29 2 60 8 2S 6 531042 602 North Toledo 927 248 922 7 07 10 40 6 11 Detroit Junction 9 19 2 39 9 04 7 20 10 58 6 20 Hawthorn 9 11 2 31 8 47 7 33ll 06 6 28 Samarla 9 03 2 23 8 30 7 42 1111 6 84 Seola 8 58 2 18 8 19 7 55 11 18 6 42 Lulu 8 49 2 10 8 02 8 03 1123 6 47 Mon roe Junction 8 42 2 05 7 51 8 35 1182 6 87 Dundee 8 35 155 7 32 8 46 11 37 7 OS Macon 8 80 1 6l 7 21 8 58 1142 T10 Azalia 8 24 144 7 10 9 23 1144 7 23 Milan 8 11 132 6 37 9 38112 00 7 29 Nora 8 05 126 6 25 9 5212 06 7 38J Urania 7 58 120 6 18 10 13 12 15 7 461 Ypsilanti June. 7 48 1 1 10 5 54 10 40 12 28 8 00; ANN AKBOlt 7 3512 58 5 30 The 7.36 a. m. expresa south makes close connections at Monroe Junction for Adrián and Monroe and for points on the Lake Shore ; at Toledo with Columbus & Toledo and the Wabash. The 12.58 p. in. express south connocts at Toledo with the 3 o'elock train east on the Pennaylvania Koad thro' to New York. AH trains run by Columbus time - 7 minutes faster than Ann Arbor time. J. M. ASHLEY, J., Superintendent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL IUILROAD. MAY 25, 1879. nomo west. I ,g ii Tjs ""a 3-J. í l g r_ 8 ; !ew " ,, . A.M. A.M P. M. p H P.M. p.M. Detroit, leave, 7 00 9 3S 5 55 3 g 8 10 9 jo G.T.Junotion, 7 15 10 00 6 10 4 jo' 8 25Í10 10 W.iyne Junction. 7 52 10 28 6 42 4 36 8 5710 42 Ypsilanti, 1 8 20 10 45 ' 7 05 4 55, 9 22:11 04 Gucides, 1 8 30: ; 7 20 I 1 Ann Arbor, 8 40 11 00 7 35 5 20 8 38 11 20 belhi, 8 53 ! 7 4(i I Dexter, 9 04 7 5li 5 37 i 9 53 Chelsea, 9 22 _ 8 11 5 50W 15 Grasa Lake, 9 50 j 8 35 6 10 10 38 I P. M I A.M. J.iekson, 110 20 12 15 9 00 6 30 11 15 I 46 Albion, 11 04 12 50 g i 7 36ÍH 69 1 20 Marshall, 11 50 1 30 - o 8 03 12 25 1 40 P.M. Mul A M BattleCreok, 12 l'J 1 55, 8 32:12 50 i 02 üalesburg, 12 52 i 9 05 1 20 A. M. Kalamazoo, 1 lü 2 37 5 00 9 25 1 38 2 48 Lawton, 1 63 5 33 2 18 Decatur, 2 10! 8 50 2 SI! Dowagiac, 2 39 0 12 2 57 Niles, 3 05; 4 07 6 55 3 30 4 15 Buchanan, 3 19 [ 7 07 3 45 1 Three Oaks 3 49: 1 7 32 ' NewBuffnlo, 4 03:457 7 45 1 427 Michigan City, 4 30: 5 20 8 10! 4 55 5 30 Lake, 5 18, 6 02 8 53 5 45 6 19 Kenaington, 6 00 6 50 9 40 6 40 7 10 Chicago, arrive, 6 50 7 40 10 80 7 30 8 00 QOIKGKAST. 4 I -ict Ja l J_ _LjoS_ l_ J A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M ('hicafco, leave, 7 00 9 00 4 00 5 16 9 10 Keosiugton, 7 50 1 9 50 4 50 6 05 10 00 Lake, 8 38 10 30 5 42 ! 6 50 10 43 Michigan Oity, 9 25 11 13 0 35 7 40 11 30 New Buffalo, 9 47 11 30 6 65 n 52 Three Oaks, 10 02 7 08 Buchanan, 10 32 7 35 '. ! Niles, 10 45 12 15 8 05 9 00 12 48 Dowagiac, 11 13 8 38 1 16 Decatur, 11 39 8 57 1 40 Lawton, 11 57 1 9 15; a. m. 1 57 Kalamazoo, 12 33 1 40! 9 50 6 60 10 28 2 28 Gulesburg, 12 53 1 . 7 081 Battle Creek, 1 28 2 15 m L 7 40 H 10 8 18 Marshall, 2 25 3 00j= 8 08 11 S7 3 4C A.M. , Albion, 2 52 3 21'a.M. 8 35 1159 4 1' JackHOQ, 3 45 4 05 7 15 9 30 12 50 5 00 Grasa Lake, 4 10 7 38 9 50 6 26 Chelsea, 4 40 8 02 10 07 1 5 60 Deiter, 5 00l 8 16 10 19 í 05 Delhi, 5 10 8 25 1 Ann Arbor, 5 20: 5 10 8 45 10 35 2 06 6 25 ieddes, 6 301 [ 8 60 1 Ypsilanti, 6 371 6 24 9 00 10 48 2 20 6 Al Vayne June, 6 01 6 46 9 28 11 08 2 44: 7 05 G. T. June., 6 83 6 16 9 55 11 35 3 20 7-15 Detroit, Ar., I 6 48 6 30110 10 11 50 3 35 8 QU Hundaya exceptetl. ISaturday and íjunday exepted. tDaily. H. B. LEDYAED, Gen'l Manager, Detroit; H. C. Wentwobth, 0. P. & T. Agt., Chioago. GANADA SOI I III IC RY II1VES. The Only American Boute Through Canada Traiiis leave M. C. E. E. Depot, Detroit, city time, 3 follows: Atlantic Express, daily, 4 00 a. ni., Wagner car to oston. Fast Day Express, daily, 12 noon, Wagner car o New York and Boston. Lightuing Express, daily except Sunday, 11 10 p. m., Wagner car to Buflalo and Eochester. Toledo trains leave 7 50 . ni. except Sunday ; 8 10 ni. daily ; 6 60 p. m. exeept Sunday, For Fayette 6 30 p. ni. except Sunday. For information and tickets apply to H. W ayes, agent M. C. E. E., Ann Arbor. M. C. EOACH, Pass. Agent, Detroit. FKANK E. SNOW, Gen. Pass. and Ticket AgU Detroit. XTOTXCE. r!he u"d5k'ned has purchflsed the interest ot -oerge H. Winslow in the frame and picture business No. 30 East Huron Street, and will continue the business at the same place, giving prompt atUnUon to all orders for frames, te. A fine stock a r'chëap'"' "nd 1'h0t8raPbs hand All debta due the late iirm of Winslow A McMillan are payahle to the undcrsigned, and auy dobU wm'beTaldirhiL.1"3 CnDOCtiOn WUh "" ü Ann Arbor, Oct. 14, 1878. motf D. MoMILLAN. DETROIT ThroatiLunglnstitute MSRRTTji BLOCK, corner of Woodward and Jefferuou aves., Detroit, Mich. M. Hilton Williams, M. D., Prop'r. Wlio personally receives patients at the Institute for the cure of all the various diseasea ot the Head, Throat and Chest and their complications, through the systom of iuhalation, combined with proper internal treatment. To those who have wiiat they are pleased to cali lingering colds " we would say unhesüatiugly and ïf possible with a voicc that would awaken all trom that pleasant deluslon, that without prompt and earnest etforts in a rational and proper manner many will soon follow those who have i'ound release from their suflering in that " sleep whicb knowi no waking." You have been consciou s, but almoat afraid to confesa the fact, and unwilling to admit it to yourselves that the slight irritation of the throat, the annoyance of nasal catarrh, the symptom of a bronchial inflammation of a few weeks or uionths ago, which you conüdently believed would "wear Off," has become firmly established, and is most certainly, and bydegrees, more or less rapidly, and with fatal precisión and uiiyieldiug grat-p, advaucing to hopelesa consumption. You may object to and shrink from tlie frank statement by your medical adviser ; you may deny the truthful conviction wluch forces itself upon your observation and reason, but the plain fact, divested of nattering assurances that can only cheat you of even life itself is that these throat diseases, the brouohial iuflammations and other constituüonal causes aro telline galDst you with uuerriD,. "ertaiuty, and the asurances- so pleasaut to the ear- that all wiil be well bye and bye, are the more delusive and cruel You do not want I o stupefy the senses by ouiateV nor takeinto the atomacfi drugs that will forever destroyitstoneandimpairitsoffice. You do not want ïnoroly palliative treatment toconduct and lull you into fancied security to the very brink of the grave, font is noither reasonable nor just to yourselves, or those who regard your cases with tawnWingsohcitude and painful anxiety. The chilly blusts and storms of advanced annmn, the inclement winter with its searching windsand atmosphere eharged with moisture have had_th'irelfect upon you- the great and rapid vicissltndea ot spring, that, with the re-awakening of vegetable life, is peculiarly fatal to consumptives- these changos of seasons are now upon the invalid as wcll as upon the rohust, and it is wise to lust now stop and reflect upon the nature and progresa (f your disease, and the remedial measures you have employed, and seriously to inquire if theré is a way open to you by which you may escape the danger which ia impending. We say, without hesitation, that thegreater numuer of pulmonary diseases can be cured We need not dilate upon theories while we are ahle to iresent living evidences of the effleacy of judicious medication in a class of cásea so Iouk and peraistently pronounced hopeless. Inhalations are applicable in all diseases of the respiratory orgaus, including catarrh, throat diseases, asthma, bronchitis, eonsumption ; and thousandsof cases can becured by this mode of tieatmntwhen nothing else can reach them. Those who desire to eousult me in regard to tlieir cases had better cali at the office for an exaniination, but if iniDossible to visit the office personallr niay write for "List of Questions," and circular! both of which will he sent free of charge. Addreea M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., Mebrill Block, Detroit, Mich. gkay's spkcific meuicine. TRADE MARK.,. , TRAOF MAR!,' - 5s The Great ' "Aut L" ■Rofm-o TolrSelf "Abuse1;6 as iJetoreTakmgLossofMcmoryAfter Ta. _ Univeral Lassitude, Pain in the Back, Dimness'of Vision Premature Oíd Age, and man; other dise ases that lead to Insanity, ConBumption and a Prematnre Grave. S Full particulars in our pamphlets, which we desire to send free by mail to every one The Speciflc Medicine ia sold by all Druggists at Í1 per package, or six packages for $5, or will be sent by mail on receipt of the money bv addresüin? THE URAY MEDICINE CO , No. 10 Mechanica' Block, Detroit Mich 43-8oId m Ann Arbor by all Druggists, and by druggists everywhere N(CHQLS,SHEP&RD&CO., Battle Crcck, Mlch. ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE VIBRATOR THRESHING MflCHINERY. THE Itfatchloss Graln-Saring, Time-Saring, and Money-Saving Tbreshers ofthiB day and generailon. Beyond all rivalry for Rapid Work, Perfect Cleanlng, and for Saviug Qrala from Wastage. STEAM Poner Threshers a Speclalty. Special sizes of Scparatora made expressly for Steun Powr. O UB Unrivaled Steam Thresber Englnes, both Portable and Traction, wlth Valaabt ImprOTtmenta, far beyond any otber mako er kind. THE ENTIRE Threslilng Expenses (and oftn tbree to five times that nmount) can be madt by tbt Extra Graio S AVEU by these Improved Macblnw. GUA1X Raisers will not snbmittothe enormous vastage of Graio and the inferior work done by all other machines, wheo once posted on the differtnc. %J OT Only Tastly Superior for Wheat,Oatoj 71 TvD""ri ,IIj"i.,llnil ÍÜ Gralns, but th Owlt Succeiiral Thresher in Flajc, nmottij, stei, riaT., aa Hk# Seeds. Requlres no "attactuuents" or "rabulliUus w ehange from Gram to Seeds. IX Thorousrh Workmanshlp, Elegant Finish, PerfeotioQ of Parts, Completeneas of Equlpment, te., our " Vibeato " Toresher OutQts are Incomparable. 1 í JWrABVELOluS for Simplicity of Parts, nslni le than one-half the usual Belt and Qeari. Hatea Clean Work, with do Litteríngs r Scatteringi. rOUB Sizes o I' Sepnrators Kade, Banglnc from SIx to Tweh e-Horse e, und twoitjlM ofliouuld Horse Powers to match. POB Particular, Cali on our Dealen or irrite to u ror lllutrau-d Circular, wlüoí w mftil bw, N. ROGERS, AítciH, Ana Arbor, Mich. iKfffrëWWW] (Of tl,, lal, f., of Kcid f IS? ■ 1 B 1 V I Rlbbed and Rougb PlDtr for ' 'Jil balxSBaN DII eIed GlaMt Silver Plated Mn W fi iWL U3hJL3lvmI Sas!l ïiari, French and flerrÏBISil In;tn I'nlliDg Olnnt Plate, ll'J I t'.IJ m' t-1l Lsad and OH, Colon, Puttj, I JJJJI Poma, oto. 18 & 14 Congre St. East, Detroit, Mlch. 1 wÊÊf Jpf m CTCOMPOUND EXTRACT OK_X? k CONTAININt} B Caiielis, Jnuiscr & Spirits of Nitre H IN A CÜNCENTRATED FORM. FOR ■ Siseases of the Kidneys & Bladder, I Gonorrhea, Weaknesses, OverEsertions, Gleet, Strioture, Obstruotion of the TTrine, B and all Dteeaaea 1 tho ITrlnary ■ and Sexual !raiiM. I No matter of iiow long standing, aud whclbar ia I ■ MALE OR FEMALE. ■ I Pi'iec, - - - One Iollnr. D I J'rupared fi "tu tlie origin&l recipe of OB. I1ILI,, I Ulid oíd t)f W. JOHNSTON CD., VU Jefferson Avenue, DETROIT. Fl! Allí BY AI.I. ll!i:(.'JISTS.

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