Sam. B. Revenaugh, Is now takiiiR the Best Class of Pïotoiraplis In the City at Prices to Suit the Times. Ground Floor GaBcry. COODRICHBLOCK, East Si. li' of the NEW COXJItT HOUSE. CITY "DRUG STORE ! ll C. E. HOLMES, Proprietor - OF TIIEWoulil Tliank the Ciltzens of Ann Arbor, and Vicinity for their li'jural patronage the past year, and ask for a coutinuanee of the same. A complete stock of EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE, Toilet and Fancy Ooods. Prescriptions carefully preparcd. C. E. Holmes, Ann Arbor, Mich. No. 12 Cook Hotel Block. TheV'im'st and Best Medicine ever Mide. Acolmbination of Hops, Buchu, I drakle "".i Dandellon, with all tne best aiul I mostc%rativo propendes of all other Bitters, I makcntheRreate.stBIOOd Pu rifier, Llver I Ree u l.n tor, "ml -ll v i11"1 nv-aJth Keatoring I Ageït onWMÜ""eftrtbNo disease can possihly lonp exirt where Hop Bitters are usVed.so varied and perfect are their Th87 gke aewÏÏfe aai vigor to th Jged wd Inflrm. Toallwhose elIloymcnt8 cause irregulari tTofthebovt'laoru"ar7 organs, or who requiroan AppctizerTo1110 and mild Stimulant, Hop Bitters are tnval"able' without IntOXIcating. HH No matter whatyourfemUnffs or symptonifl are what the disease or alljnent '8 U8e Hop Bitters. Don't waituntll youa%i atck but i f you only fr.i imtl or miserable ,usethem at once It inay save yourlife.lt haal8 T ed hucdreds. $500 wiH be paid for a caMe they wil l not cure or hvlp. Do not suffer orlet yourfrienda suffer.but use and unte them% to use Hop B Remember, Hop Bitterste nok16 druf?Ked drunken noatrum. but the Puret n d Beet Medicine ever male the "LIVAUDS TB1EXU anii HOPE" and no person or funnly m should be without them. ■■■■ik D.I.C.t an absolute and irresistible curol íTirDrunkenness.uae of opium, toltaceo aiidllH narcotice. A1J old by drugtrlflts. Sead #L . for Circular. Hop Bitten Mtg. Co., M m RocheRterjNjandTorontontV T TIijn (Jrcui Knitnily H II in ciiln-r láiiuid or lry Fnrni actN ntl II the same time ou the dlseaaes of the I HLiver, BowbIs and Kiflneys,U ■ Tiis combined actïoji qives it WGnderful mÁ j)ower to cure all diseases. HJ UWHY ARE WE SICK?li BI Because we allow t-ktse great organs to WÊ MWwme ciog&edor iorpid, and poisonous hnmors WÊ are tht rtfurr forced iuto IJubloodlialsliOuMWi WÊ be expelled nuturatty. U M BILIOV8XE88, FILES, ( 0N8TIP A.T II ) , I f 1 KIDNEY COMPLAtNTS, CRIXAKY I U DISEASES, FE1IALE V EAKNES8, F AM NKItVIH's DISORUEKS, fea by cmisingfree action qf these organs umi O P restoring their ]xiver to Vvrow off diseüJte. Why Suffer Bllioug paiu.s and aclicsi ■ Why tormented wil li Piles, Constipation! U n Why frighUned tit dlsordered Kidney1 ■ I Why endure nervou orslck headaches! 11 Why have sleepleHS nihts! LJ Q Use KIDNET-WORT and rejoice in health PI 1 GTIt isputupinIry_VcBetablcForni, ín tin H Ê ÖTcana one package of whicumakos wlx quartíi k J II "CAIsíTí Llquld Forro, Tcry Cimoentrfitd, H ■ ■ fpïorthïiconveiiïeuce of those that cannotla Lj t9"readily prepare It. ItactswithrtlualrjUcienryf 1 tTirt either fornu M OET IT OF TOUR PRUOOIST. PRICE, 1.00. O n WELLS, 1UCHABDS0N&C0., Proii'K, I [J (WIU nond the dry ]rt-pald.) III KI.IX(;T1IN, VT.fl MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM. OF LYNN, MASS. im DI-i "VUtKH (ir LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. The Positivo Curo For all Female Complaints. This prcparation, as lts name ni k nliln, consista ot Vegetable Proicrties that aro harmless to the tnoflt U-1v'nU- invíiiiil. Cpon ono trial the merits of thia Compound wlll bo rocognizcd, as relief is I inmediato ; and when i t uso 1h contínued, in ntnety-nine cases in a hun. dred, apcrmanentcureiseffected,asthou8ands will testlfy. On account of its proven merfts, it is to-day reeommomled and proecribed by the best pbysiciana Ín the country. It wiü cure entlrely the worst form of f all Ing of tho uterus, Leucorrho-a, Irregular and palnful Menstruation.alIOvarianTroublea, Inñammatlon and Ulceration, Floodln, all Dtsplacements and the conwquent spiiiftl utfikiiis. and Ih enpvciaUy odapted to the Chango of Life. It will diasolve and expel tumors from the uterusin an early stage of development. The tendency to ennccrous hutnors thero Is checked very Biwedily by lts uso. In ír.ct it has proved to be th frreatest and best remedy that has ever been diitcovered. It prmeateB every ortiou of the syatem, and givea new lifeand vigor. It removes faintnefi,flatulency, detroys all craviug for st imuianis, and rcllovos weaknesoi of the ntomacb It cures Bloating, TTeatlache-s, Nerroue Prostration, General Debility, Sk-cplesuntKs, Depression and Indigestión. Tliat feellng of bcaring down, causing pain, weïght and backache, Ih always permanently cured by Ususe. It wlll at all times, andunder&U clrcumstances, art In haruiony with the luw that governs the tem&ieñjfttem. For KidncyCompIafnUof elther sex this compound I0 unsurpasacd. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Ih prepart'd at 333 and ai5 Western Avenue, Lynn. Mau. Price $1 .00. Six bottlea for $5.00. &ont by mail in t h form of pilln, abioln the form of Lozeages, on receipi of price, $1.00, per box, for either. Mrs. I'INKÏUM freetyanswcrsalllcttomof Inqulry. Send for pamphlot. Addressasabove Mention th(n paper. Vo familyshouldbe without LYDIA E. PINKHAM' LIVERPILLS. They cure Constipatlon, Ulliousnea aad Torpldity of the Uver. 26 ceuta wr box. Soid by C K. Hohnes Cook hotel block. WANTED! WANTED! Wantcd, 100 men nnrtöO teams to wor] on the Toledo, Delphus ifc Burlington rallroad, at Veitersburg. Wagen - men $1.50 per day; teams, $3. For furtli infonnation inquire of C, L. Fiench agent at the Toledo depot. LECALS. Notice to Creditors. Q TATE OF MICHIGAN, County ot Washtenaw O S8. Notice is hereby given, that by au orde of tho probate court for the county of Washte naw, made on the 2lst day of March A. D 1881, six montlis f rom that date were alïowet for creditors to present their claims aguins the estáte of Ixmis Gcretner, late of sak county, deoeased, and that all creditors of sak deceased are requiml to present their claims to suid probate court, at the probate office in th city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allow anee, on or bef ere the 21st day of September next a.nl that such claims will be heard before sak oourt on Tuesday the 21st day of June, hm on Wednesday the21st day of September next, a ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, March 21, A. D. 1881. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, Judge of Probate Commissioners' Notice. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtena ss The undersigned having been appointed by the Probate Court for said County, dommis sionera to receive.examine and adjust all claim and demands of all persons agains the estáte of Aaron L. Feldkamp, lat o said county, deceased, hereby give notice that six months from date are allowed. by order of said probate court, for creditors tu present their claims against the estáte of sak deceased, and that they will meet at the Probat office in the city of Ann Arbo in aald COUnty on Saturday, the 2d day o July and on Monday the 3d day of October next at ten o'clock a. m., of eaoh of Raid days, to reoelve, examine and adjust said claims. Dated April 2nd 1881. Adam D. Seyler, E. 13. Pond, D. P. McLachlan, Commissioners. Real Estáte for Sale. STATE OFMICHIUAN. County of Washtenaw ss.- In the Matter of the Estáte of Krederlck Lee, deceased. Notice is hereby given, That in pursuance of an order granted to the undersigned Administrator of the estáte of said deceased, by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the County of Washtenaw, on the ninth day of April A. D. 18S1, there will be sold at Public Vendue, to the highest bidder, at the late residenee of said deceased in the township of Webster, in the county of Washtenaw in said state, on Saturday the twenty-eiglith day of May A. D. 1881, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day (subject to all encumbranees by mortgage or Otnenrlge existingat the time of thedeath ot said (ii'iiased and subject to the right of dowerof the vridow of said deceased therein, the following described Real Estáte, to -wit: All the right, title and interest of the said deceased in and to the undividod one-half part of allthat certain piece, or parcel of land, sitúate in the township of Dexter, countj of Washtenaw, and state of Michigan, known, bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning on the east bank of the Huron river, seven chains south from thequartur stM-tion line of sectiou number twenty-four 24) in said township, thence south, eightyoue deereer east thirty-uine chains and sixty links, thence south one degree east ten chains and forty-four links, thence north eighty-one degrees west six chains and twenty-six links, tuQOOe north eighty-one degrees west, to the bank of the river, thence north along the bank of said river to the place of beginning. Containing about twenty-seven (2?) acres of iand. Also the right of way reserved by Allen O. Boyden by the coinmissioners in dower in the matter of the estáte of Pomoroy Boyden, deceased. LEVI K. LEE, Dated April 9, 1881. Administrator. Notice of Chancery OrderSTATE OF MICHIGAN-The Circuit Court for the County of Washtenaw, In Chaneery. Christiana Schuholz, complainant, vs. Audrew Schuholz, defendant. Suit pending in said court, It satisfactortly appearing to thiscourt by affidavit and the return of the sheriff that the residence of the defendant is unknown, and out of the jurisdiction of this court On motion of Patriek McKernan, 8olicitorfor[the complainant, it is ordered that the defendant cause nis appearance to be entered in this cause within three months from the date of this order, and that in case he shall appear he cause his answer to the complainant's bill to be flied in this cause and a copy thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor within twenty days af ter service upon him or his solicitor, of a copy of said biU of complaint and notice of this order; and in default thereof that said bill of complaint be taken as confessed by said defendant, And it is further ordered, that within tweaty days from the date of this order the said complainant cause a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Auboh Democrat, a weekly newspaper printed in said county, and that the publication continue at least once in each week for six succesive weeks or that she cause a copy of this order to be served personally on said defendant, according to the rules and practiee of this court. Dated March 2-ind, 1881. IIOWARD STEPHEXSOX, Circuit Court Commissioner, in and for Washten aw county, Mich. PATRICK McKERNAN, Solicitor for complainant. Chancery Sale. O TATE OF MICHIGAN- The Circuit Court for O the County of Washtenaw, In Chancery. Rlioda Fuller, complainant, vs. James C. McQee, William 13. Osburn, John J. Robison and James B. Watson, defendants. In pursuance and by virtue of a decree of said Court made and entered in the ahove entitled cause on the eighth day of July, one thougand eight hundred and seventy nine, notice is hereby given that I shall sell at public auction (or vendue) to the highest bidder on Saturday, ttie fourteeuth dav of May A. V. 1S81, at two o'clock in the afternoon at the east frontdoor of the Court House, at the city of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw county, and state of Michigan, the following described real estáte, being the same mentioned and desoribed in said decree, to wit: The east half of the north-west quarter of section twenty-one, township three south, ranee three east, contamiug eignty acres of land, more or less; all of said land beine in the township of Sharon, Washtenaw county, Michigan, together with the tenemei ts and appurtonances thereto in any wlse belonging or thereupon situated. Ann Arbor. March 28th. A. D. 1881. PATRICK McKERNAN. Circuit Court Commissioner in and for the County of Washtenaw. L.WVKENCE & EMERICK solicitors for complainant. Estáte of Christopher McGuinness. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw ss. At a session of the probate court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate ortlce in the city of Ann Arbor, on Tuesaay, the f th day of April in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty one. Present, William D. 1 lamman. Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Christopher Mcüuinness, deceased. Patrick McGuinness the administrator with the will annexed of said estáte, cornet into court and representa that he is now prepared to render his final account as such administrator. Thereupon.it is ordered, that Friday, the 29th day of April instant, at ten o'clock in the forenoon be assigned for examining and allowing such account and that the devisees, legatees ana heirs-at-iaw of said deceased and all other persous interested in said estáte, are required lo appear at a session oí saiu court, then to be holden at the probate offl.ce. in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county and show cause, if any there be, why the said account should not be allowed : And it is f urther orderedthatsaid administrator givenotice tothe persons ihterested in said estáte, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereor, by mus inga copy of this order to be published m The Aiin Artntr Demitcrat a newspaper printed and eire u lat ing in said county,three succegsive weeks, previous to said day of hearing. WILLIAM 1. H ARRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate. William O. Doty. Probate Resrister. Real Estáte for Sale. OÍATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw Oss.- In the matter of the estáte of Francés Maud Lasliiur, Minor. iNotice is hereby given, that, in pursuance of an order granteu to the uudersigned Guardian of said minor, by the Hou. Judge of Probate for the County of Washtenaw, on the lst day of March a. d., 1881, there will be sold at Public Vendue, to the highest bidder at the rust front door of the court-house in the city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw in said state, on Saturday the löth day of April a. d., 1881, at ten o'clock in theforenoon of thai day, (subject to all encuinbrances by mortgage or otherwise existing at the time of the sale,) All the right, titlc and interest of said minor in the following described Real Estáte, to-wit: A jarcel of land locatedon the west half of the northeast quarterof sectiontwenty (20), town four (4) south range six (() east, in said county described as follows: Commencing at a poiut four and ninety one-hundredths cnains (4 90-100) east of hr center of said section, running thence east flve and forty-four one-humlredths (5 44-100) chaina, thence north flve and eightecn one hundredths(5 18-100) chaing, thence west flve and forty-four one-hundredths 15 44-1001 chains, thence south five and eighteen one-nundrudts 5 18-100] chains to place of beginning. Containing two and eighty-two one-hundredths [2 8-100] nrivsmore or less.CHRlSTOPHER C. LASHIER, Dated March lst, 1881. Guardian. Estáte of Robert Speechly. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, O ss. At a session of the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate ofllce in the city of Ann Arbor, on Thursday, the lith day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty one. l'resent Williain D Harrinian.Judge of Probate, In the matter of the estáte of Robert Speechly, deceased. Onreading and ftlingthepetition duh verifled, of Charles l'eaeh praying that administration of said estáte may be grauted to some suitable person, Thereupon , it is ordered, That Monday, the lHth day of April next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be asiggned for the hearing of said ■! it .ui. and that the heirs at law of said deceased and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to apear at a session of said court, then o be holden at the probate office, in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, if any hcre be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. Anditie further ordered, that said wtitioner give notice to the persons interested n said estate,of the pendency of said petition and he hearing thereof, DJ causing a copy of this orer to be published in The Ann Arlxir Itenwcrat, iH'wspaper printed and circulated in said couny thrt'f successive weeks previous tosaid day of .earing. WILLIAM D. HAKRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate, Wm. G, Doty, Probate KeRister. LEONARD HOUSE, 'p F. LEONARD, Proprietor, -- Ann Arbor, Mich. PHILIP WINECAR TUSTICE OFTHEPEACE, room No. 4 Opera O House I!lo,k. Ann Arbor. Michigan. JACOB HALLER & ÖÜN DEALKR IN WATCHE8, CLOCKS, Spectaeles, Plated Ware, Uuld Pens umi Fine Jevyelry. Special attontlon givcn to repu" mg Watches and Jewelry. K X4 South Main Street. nn Arbor. For Sale or ExchangêT I have a flrstclass mare for farm purposes or FOB BREEDINQ. which I will sell, or ëxrhane for a FIRST C'I.ASS buWy horse. No man tl, scabs of horses need apply. P. S. Linseed meal forsale. M. Rooïns, Ann Arbor, Mich. S. T. SPEECHLY. PHOTOGRAPIIER NO 72 SOUTH MAIN STEEET, Cards, Cabinets. Promenade and 8x1(1. with Frames to sint. Baekgrounds and accessorles complete Negativos kept a while for orders. FOR SALE OR RENT. The well known property of the late T. A. Haviland located in the Fifth Ward, will be sold on reasonable terms. rented, or excnanged for other city property. The property embraces land, blacksmith shops and wood shops. If not sold in a reasonahle time the property will be for rent. For particulars inquire of 0. H Khodes, executor, Ann Arbor, Mich. MUSIC STORE. -The cheapest place to buv Pianos, Estey Organs, Violins. üultars. Banjos, Tambourines, Drums, Fifes. Flageolet, .ithers. Accordeons, Piano Stools, Violln Boxs, Instruction Books for all kinds of instruments Sheet Mnsic(new), Strings, oest quality , all kinds; Mouth Organs, Bridges, Bows, Keys and Rosin. Lverything in the music line f rom a Chlckering Piano lo a Jew's Harp can be found at J R SAGE'S Music Store, No.4 Washington St., Ann Arbor. FOR SALlTCHEAP. Two lots and a brick house on the corner of North University Ave., and IVelfth St, known as the HARRIETJUDSON HOUSE, for sale at a bargain. Inquire of W. 13. Smith, executor, Ann Arbor, or of L. Judson, executor, Brighton, Livingston county, Mich. OSCAR O. SORG, iioisi:, sk;, AND Fresco PÉtin, ALSO PAPER HANGING. SHOP NO. 11 EAST LIBERTY ST., ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. Swathel, Kyer & Peterson, FLOUS ANDJP STORE. We have constantly on hand ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED, which will be promptly delivered to any part ot the city. . Office cor. Fourth and Ann Strcets, Ann Arbor - Micb. THË CJTYTSTORE In eonnection with the old Pionoer Bakery you will flnd F.esh Baked Bread, and Baked Stuffs Constantly on hand. We also keep a ful! assortment of family groceries. We make Teas, Ooffees and Spices a specíality in the trade. Look out for THE TEA-KETTLE SIGN! At No. mi North Main St. Thankful for past patronage we would still solicit your fa vors. Respectfully Yours, A. R. HALL. M. D. L. BRANCH MR8. O. O. BALL, (Formerly Mrs. Beach,) Dress and Cloak Making, Xo. 20 south Main street, over Wines & Worden's. Having just received the Latest Spring Styles, would respectfully solidt au inspection of the same. I am prepared to Cut, Basto and Drje, After the latest designs and execute all orders promptly. The TAYLOR SYSTEM Of Dress Outting taught. Thankful for past liberal patronage 1 would most respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. FOR SALE QR RENT The present residence of Mrs. F. A.Hill, with The Land -A. 1 j oiniug, Consisting of about 40 acres, 30 of which can be cultivatód. Rent, $800, or the House and 20 acres will be rented seperate, Rent $600. The above property is also for sale by the lot, or by the acre, or in larger quautities. TITLE PERFECT. For further particulars enquire of HENRY R. HILL, OrHce No. 3 Opera House Block, or Wm. M. WHITE, Canasoraga, New York. HENRY MATTHEWS, Hasthe pleasure to inform the public that he is reaay to reoeive thein in liianew brick MEAT MARKET! ONE DOOR EAST OF LEONARD HOUSE. Everything in bis line wiil be flret-class, and At Reasonable Ratos. He returns nis sincere thanks to all his old customers fortheir generouspatronago, and ronli ally invitt's thein, and all new customers to his new quarters, where he hopes by fair dealing to enlarde his airead y growinjj business. MDOOON THB OU) HAT." A. A. TEERT, HAT8 ANN AKBOB, MCH. ___ I HAVE OPBNED A NEW FLOUR AND FEED STORE At the aouth-east eo.-nerof Anti and Fourth streets, and will sell at WHOLESALE i KETAIL ! Anything in my line. GOODSPROMPTLY DELIVEKED To any part of the city. J.ROSS, PnorniETou, Ann Arbor, - - - Michigan t"7OA WEEK. $lï a day at home easily made. ZCO6tly outfltsfree. Address, Tri'E & Co., LURUHta, Maine. Aja week in yourown town. Terms and $5 OOoutfitsfree. Address, II. Hallitt & Co. ortland, Maine.