TM3LEDO. ANN ARBOK & G1ÍAND TRUNK X KAIIjROAU. Taking effect Wednenday, March-iOth, 1881. Train run by Columbus time. 3oing North. Qoing South. Exp'ss I Mail. I STATIONS. I Mail. Exp's A. M. r. M. I A. M. PB. t7.80 tB.10 Toledo t 9.85 t.4S ♦7.41 B.14 North Toledo ♦9. .S4 7.55 6.SÍ5 Detroit Junctioii. 9.20 6.25 8.0S &a Hawthorn I 9.12 B.07 8.18 1 6.40 Samarla I 9.03 5.52 8.89 fl.55 Lulu ♦S.öl 5.25 8.4S 7.03 Monroe Junction 8.45 5.17 9.00 7.14 Dundee 8.3.1 4.58 9.18 7.25 Azalia 8.24 4.40 9.39 7.40 Milan 8.101 4.20 9.50 7.48 Nora 8.03 1 4.(1 10.00 7.51 Urania 7.M %M 10.15 8.05 Ypsilantl Junctl'n 7.45 8.50 tl0.35 .+8.20 Anu Arbor . . . . t7.30 +3.30 H. W. ASHLEY Qen'l Superintendent. JACOB HALLER & SON, DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, Spectacles, Plated Ware. Gold Pens and Fine Jewelry. Special attention given to repairing Watches and Jewelry. 24 South Main Street. nn Arbor. POR SALE OR RENT The present residence of Mrs. F. A.HI1I, with T 1 e I - : i 1 1 E I Adjoinine, ('onsistingof about 40 acres, 30 of which can be cultivnted. Kent, $800, or the House and 8 acres will be rentad seperate. Rent $600. The above property is also for sale by the lot, or by the acre, or in larger quantities. TITLE PERFECT. For further particular enquire of H. R. HUI, office No. 3 Opera House Block, or Win. M. White, Canaseraga, New York. TAKE HOfiCEJJgRSElRËËbËRS The Broeders of Horses are nvited to look at M. M. CREEN'SSTALLION, as he has all the quallties for the improvement of stock, size, color and blood The Trotting Blood is no injury if you ahould not wish to breed a trotter. The pnce chared for service is of smal! consequence as I intenu to keep him for Breeding purposes. He will be at the stable ín rear of mv store on Fourth street. Cali and look him over, if you wish to r.ee one of the best horses in the country. M. M. GREEN. r If you are a manV If jou are a H r of g man of p H cni d liy tho struin f m tcrs toüinf? OYer ■ I your duties avold V nifrlit work, to H H etimulant n n d use Ê tore brainnerrcand H I Hop Bitters. ■ waste, use Hop B. If yon aro younp and B uïTerlnj? f rom any IndUiTCtioii or distjipa ■ tlon ; if you aro married or BlnEle, old or ■ younff, HUfffriiiR f rom poorhcalth or lanuutah ■ hit? on a bod of tdckii. i. rcly on H oplBitters. WhoeYer y o urne, OL Thouaands die anwhenevcr you foei 11 II nually from solno that your system UBJJ f orm of K I d n e necus dcansinB. S9 disease that miifh t liiii OT stimulatlngr, ■ im havo boen precnted wilhouti.iíoríriluia, IBBiby tiinely iiieot tak e Hop JB. HopBltter Bitters. MM fc Have you JmSBBt SLv iK-fuiii. '''"'''')Bbüs sa D. I. C. nr lr-iw7r -!-■■ r . . , . ' lint ilfufiseHOi 'fl ftn absolute ,! . frf' I HIlK ble cure for vr.1rnr ■. ( i -J k drunlceBne , '""r "' "cr'c '11 uae of opium! You will ncl'B; nTTrnn tobáceo, or eurodifyniiuaelM ILUv narcotic. Hop Bitters I K tñ I U" ' UIIU Soldbydm. tezti&xs v never a&isr1 '.'kJèrourlrAII OPBrrro. I I Ifo. ft has l IA I L Br8 - ■ saved m Rkeit r, . t. ■ drede. W- Toroni . ou g ITïïlllTiËr Jol C. E. HOLMES, Proprietor -OF THE- City Drug Store Woiild Thank the Citizen of Ann Arbor, and Vicinity for their liberal patronage the paet year, and ask for a continuance of the same. A complete stock of EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE, Toilet and Fancy Goods. Prescriptions carefully prepared. C. E. Holmes, Ann Arbor, Mich. No. 12 Cook Hotel Block. MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM. OF LYNN, MASS. DiscorxBER or LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 VEgETABLE COMPOUND. The Positivo Cnre For all Female Complaints. This preparation, as lts name Hlgnlfleü, consista of Vegetable Proporties that are faarmless to the most delicate invalid. Upon ono trial the merlts of thla Com pound will be rocognizod, as relief is immediate and when lts use üf continued, In ninety-nine c&sea in a hun. dred, apermanentcurcifleffectedta8thous&ndn will U-utify. On account of lts proven merlts, lt 1b to-day r commende4 and prescribod by the best physlclans In the country. It will cure entirely the worst form oí falllng of the uterus, Leucorrhoea, irregular and paluful Monstruation.&ll Ovarían Trouble, inflanunaUon and Ulceration, Floodlngx, all Diaplacements and the consequent splnal wcakncBa, and Is oapecially ndapted to tho Chango of Life. It will dissolve and ezpel tumors f rom the uterus in an early stage of development. The tendency to cancerouahumors there Is checked rery gpeedlly by lts use. In l:'.i-t it has proved to be the (rreatpst and best remedy that bas ever been dlscoverf 1 1. It permeaUuj every portion óf the syatora, and glvcs! ncw Ufeand vigor. IC removes fatntness.flatulency, doRtroya all craving for sUmulonte, and relieves weaknes of the stomach It cures Blo&tlng, TTcadaches, KerrouB Proitratlon, Qcnoral Debllity, Slccplcssness, Dcpression and Indigestión. That feeling of hearing down, c&using pain, weight ftnd backache, la alwoys permanently curedby lts use. lt wil lat all times, and ander all circuinstances, act In harmony wlth tht luw that governs the f e male system. For Kidney Complalntd of eitber sex this compound Is unsurpattsed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn. Mass. Price $1.00. Six bottlet ror $5.00. Sent by mail In the fonn of pilla, also in the form ofTxzenKus, on recelpi of price, $1.00. per bor, for eitber. Mrs. PDiKHAM f nWy answom tül letters of lnqulry. Send for pam plilct. Addreas a.s above Sfi'ntion ifcin paper. No f amlly shuuld lie without LYDIA E. PINKHAM' LIVER riLLS. They cure Constlpation, illliouancat andTorj y of tiie Ivt-r a'xonts uer box. Sold by C. E. Holmes Cook hotel block. LECALS. Notice to Creditors. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County or Washtenaw ss. Sotioe is herehy ivt'n, that by an order of the probate court for tho county of Washtenaw, made on the 2Hth day of May A. D, 1881, six moiiths from that date were aüowed for creditors to present their claims aainst the estáte of Ecobert Speechly, late of said county, deceased, and that all creditors of said dooeaaod are required to present their claims to said probate court, at the probate office in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance, on or bef ore the 38th day of November oext aad that such claims will be heard before said court on Mtnday the 3íth day of August, and on Monday the ÜMth day of November next, at ten o'ulocic in the forenoon of each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, May 28, A. D. 1881. WILL1AM D. HARKIMAN, Judge of Probate. Commissioners' Notice. SJTATE OF MICHIÖAN. County of Washtenaw O ks The undersitfnwl haviug been appointed by tl1 Probate'Court for said County, UommissiinitTS to receive, examine and adjust all claims Bad deinaiuls of all persons aainst tbc estáte of Mart ha M. Rnow, late of said tMunty, rtrwnraul hereby gtra notice that si x iiiontlm from date are allowed. by order of said probate court, for creditors to present their claims against the estáte of said deceaseri, and thatthey will meet at the laterosidenec of said deeeasod in the township of Superior in said county on Wednesday, the olst day of Aiiust and on Thurwliiy the Istday of December next, at ten Opdook it m.. of ench of siiid tlays, to receive. examine nnd adjust said claims. Dated May 31st, 1881. A uustus Savage, John Stafford, ilommiösioncrs. Estáte of Charles Kitson, OTATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw, to ss. At a session of the probate court for the county of Waahteuaw, holden at the probate cflli-i' in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, th bth day of June, in the year one thousaiul eight liuiiilrnl amleighty-iuie. Present Wllliam l). Marriinan. Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Charles Kitson, deceased. ÜnrnadiiiK '""1 flling the petition, duly veriflrd f James Kitson and Mary A, Cleaver." praying .hut minimist riition of saidestutc inay be granted x John KoBe. Thereupcn, it is ordered, tliat Monday, the L5th day of August next,at te-u o'clock in the forenoon. assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirsat-law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a sension of said court, then to be holden at the probate of llce, in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause i f any there le, why the prayer of the petitioner shuuld not be granted: Anditis furtlier ordered that said petitioner give notice to the persons nteresUid in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition. and the hearing thereof, by causlng a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbor Demócrata newspaptT printed and circulatad in said county , three successive weeks previous tosaid day of hearing. Wil. MAM I). HARRIMAN (Atrueeopy.) Judge of l'robate. Wh. G. DÜty, Probate Register. Estáte of Frederick Lee. ■ STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, as. At a session of the probate court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate offlce ín the city of Ann Arbor.on Monday, the fith day of June in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one. Present, William D. Harriman, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Frederick Lee deceased. Levi K. Lee, the administrator of said estate, comes into court and represents that he is now prepared to render his final account as such administrator. Thereupon, it is ordered, that Friday, the iMth day of June instant, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for examining and allowing such account, and that the heïrs-at-law of said deceased, and all other persons interest ril in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said court, then to be holden at the probate office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county aud show cause, if any there be, why the said account should not be allowed: And it is further ordered that said administrator give notice to the persons iuterested in said estáte, of the pendency of said account, and thehearing thereof.by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbor Dkmockat, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county, two successive wrrLs previous tosaid day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN. (A trae copy) Judge of Probate. Wm. G. Doty, Probate Register. Estáte of John Young. STATE OF MICHIGAN.JCounty of Washtenaw. as. At a session of the probate court, for the county of Washtenaw, hoïdenat the prolmtr ut fice in the city of Ann Arbor, on Saturday the llth day of June in th6 year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one. Present, William Ü. Harriman Judge of probate. In the matter of t&e estáte of John Young. deceased. Christopher J. Kelley, the administrator of said estáte, comes into court and represente that he is now prepared to render his final account as such administrator. Thereupon, it is ordered, that Tuesday. the 12th day of July next, at ten o'clock in theforenoon, be assigned for examining aud ajlowins such account, and that tht; heirs at law of suiu leceased, aad all other persons interested in said ustate, are required to appear at a session of said eourt, then tobe holden at the probate office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, and show cause if any there le,why the said acoount shouM imi be allowed: And it is further ordered that said administrator give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereof, by cansina u copy of this order to be puhlished in the '7 7c Ann Arbor Democrat a newspaper printed and circulating in said county, three successive weeks precious to said day of heai ing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (A true copy.) Jude-e of Probate. Wm. G. Doty, Probate Register. Estáte of Harvev French. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, county oi ashtenaw O as. At a session of the probate court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate ofnee, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday the twenty-second day of June in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one. Present, William D. Harriman, judge of probate. In the matter of the estáte of Harvey Frencli deceased. On reading and flling the petition, duly verifled vf Amanda Kn-m-h, praying that administratioii of said estáte may be granted to Thomas ü. Howard or some other suitabte person. Thereupon, ït is ordered, that Monday, the lftth day of July next. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required 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 petitioner should not be granted : And it is further ordered, that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof , by rausing a copy of this order to be published in T)ie Ann Arlior Demácrate a newspaper printed and rirt'uiated in said county, three successive weeka previous to said day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate. Wm. G. Doty. Probate Register. Estáte of Martha S. Dentón. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw 88. At a session of the probate court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday , the 88d day of June in the year one thousanü eight hundred and eighty one. Present, William D. Harriman. Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Martha S Dentón, deceased. Edward t. Kinne, one of the executora of the last wül and testament of said deceased, cuines into court and represents that he is now prepared to render hia ñnal account as such executor. Thereupon.it is ordered that Saturday , the 30th day of July next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon be assigned for examining and ullowinfi such account and that the devisees, legatees and heirs-at-iaw of said deceased aud all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said court, then to be holden at the probate office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county aud show cause, if any there be, why the said account should not be allowed: And it is further ordered that said executor give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereof, by caus ing a copy of this order to be published in The Ann Arbor Dermierat, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county, three successive weeks, previous to said day of hearing. WILLIAM 1). HARRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge of Probate. Willuu G Doty. Probate Register. Real Estáte for Sale. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County ot Washtenaw O ss. -In the matter of the estáte of Charles Clements deceased. Notice is hereby glven, that, in pursuance of in order granted to the undersigned Administratrix of the Estáte of said deceased by the Hon. Judge of Probate for the County of Washteuaw on the twentj -second day of June , i. i., 1881, there will be sold at Public Vendue, to the highest bidder, at the east front door of the courthouse in the city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw in said state, on Tuesday the 9th day of August, a. n.,1881. at ten o'clock in the forenoou of that day, (subject to all encumbrancea by mortgage or otherwise existing at the time of the death of said deceased, and subject to the dower-right of Mary Clements, hls widow thereiu,) the following described real esta tu to wit: The whole of the interest of said deceased in all that certain piece or parcel of land situated on sections thirty-one and thirty-two (31 and 88). in tmvnship one, south of range flve east, including the Peninsular flour and grist mili in the tuwnship of Webster, Washteuaw county, State of Michigan, known, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning on the north bank of the Iluron river at a stake and stones, thence three chains and sixty-six links, measuring along the bank of the river to a point above the bridge across said river, thence north three degrees aud three minutes east, two chains and flfty links to a stak.' and stones, thence south flf teen degrees flve minutes west, oight chains and sixty links to a stake and 8tone3 on the bank of the river, thence along the bank of the river twenty-flve chains and twenty-seven links to a stake and stones and a markjd soft maple tree, thence northeasterly to a stake at the northwesl corner of land deeded by Samuel W. Dexter to Rioe A. Beal and recorded in liber 47 of deeds on page 105, thence easterly along the north bank at high water mark of the mili race to higbway which crosses the river near the Peninsular milis; also the whole of the interest of said deceased in and to the right of way one rod wide trom off the west end of lauds deeded by Samuel W. üexter to Rice A Beal aforesaid and recorded in Libr 4? of deeds on page 105 extendiug from the highway westerly to high water also the whole of the interest of said deceased in and to the use of twenty feet square of gravel bank adjoining the rod wide before described , and next to the mili race ; also the whole of the interest of said deceased in and to the piece of land which lies east of the highway aforesaid, to-wit: Commencing at a point bearing northerly one degree aud fiftenn minutes east from the northwest corner of the Peninsular milis and distaut two chains and thirty-three links; also ighty-four links from a cedar stake in the center of the highway near the said milis, which cedar stake is north four and onehalf degrees west. true bearing from the north-west corner of said milis and distant two chains and eighty nine links, thence south sixtythree and one-fourth degrees east, true bearmi;, along the southerly border of lands deeded by the Circuit Court Commissioner of Washtenaw county to Rice A. Beal and recorded in Liber 4a of deeds on page 183, two chains and sixteen links, thence south three degrees west two chains and thirty -seven links to a stake Bouth of the Hume which runs from the mili to the factory, thence south seventeen degrees east along the east bank of the tail-race.tnree chains and flftyflve links to the bank of the river, thence westerly to the flrst stake and stones mentioned in this description thence along the bank of the river to the center of the highway which crosses the river uear the mili aíoresaid, thence northerly aluin; the center of the highway to a point west of the place of brginning, thence east to the place of beginning: also the whole of the interest of said deceased in or to threefourths of the right of ttooding so much of the land of Rice A. Beal and John P. Marble, or their grantees or assigns as may be affected by a dam running across said river at the marked soft maple tree aforeiiaid, said dam not to raise said river at said dam more than two feet above high water mark; togi'thír with the whole of the interest of said deceased, in aud to the undivided three-fourths of all the richt of flooding hereto. conveyed toand by Samuel W. Dexter and all th grantors of the said deceased ; also the whole of the interest of said deceased in and to the right of attaching said dam to the opposlte bank of the river aforesaia. MARY CLEMENTS, Administratrix of said estáte. DatedJiineSWud. 1881. &rOO BEWARD, Wo will pny the above reward for anv case oi Livpr Coinplaiiit, Dyspepsla, Si-k Hradiielir. In digestión. Öonstfpation or Custiveness we cannot cure witli West's Vegetable Liver Pilis, hen (lic diraotlona aro strictly complieU with. They are purely Vegetable and never fail to give satisfaction. BogftrOoated. Large boxes, containínií-llll'ills, a .-.'iitü. For lale by all Druggiata. Uewareof counterfiits amlimitations. The gen iiine manufat'turt'd only by John C. West ét Oo., "The Pili Makers," 1S1 & 183 W. MadiHon St. Chicago. Free trial package stuit by muil prepaid n reoeipt of a 3 cnt stamp Sam. B. Revenaugh, Is now taking the Best Class of PMopapbs Inlthe City at Prices to Suit the Times. " Ground Floor Uallery. 1" ' coodrich:block, East Side of the NEW COXjrtT HOUSE, IIlilA.LXïI IS WEALTII. Dr. K. C. West's Nerve and Braín Treatment: a speciflc for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convulsiona, Nervous Headache, Mental Depressions, Loss of Memor Sjperinatorrh(na, Impoteocy, Involunt&ry Emissions, Premature Ola Age, caused by over-exertion, self-abuse, or over-indulgence, wlpchleadstomisery, decay and deatb. One box wilt cure recent cases. Eacli box containsone month's treatment. One dollar a box, or six boxes for five dollars; sentby mail prepald on receipt of price. We guaran toe six boxes i" cure any case. With each order received by us for six boxes, accompanled with five dollars, we will sendthe purch&ser our written guarantee to return the money if the treatment does not effect acure. Guaranteesissued by Brown& Co., sole authorized Agts. for Ann Arbor, Mich, John C. West & Oo., Solé Proprietors, Chicago, 111. Friezelle & Co. wliolesalO Agts., Detroit, Míen. HENRYMATTHËWSr HaSj the pleosure to Inform the public that he is rtady to receire them in hisne,-orick MEAT MARKET! ONE DOOR EAST OF LEONARD HOUSE. Sverything in his Utie will be flrst-class, and At Reasonabie Rates. I q ratonil nis sincere thanks to all his oíd customers for their generous patronage, and oordi ally invites them, and all new cuatoiners to his new quarters, where he hopes by fair dealing to nlarge his already growing business. ÏHE TCITY TSÏÖRE ■In coimection with the oldPioneer Bakery you will flnd F.esh Baked Bread, and Baked Stuffs Constantly on hand. We also keep a full assortment of fainily grocerieti. We maktTeas, Coffees and Spiies a specialt vin the trade. Look out for THE TEA-KETTLE SIGN At No. 88NorthMain8t. Thankful for past pat ronage we would still solicit. your favoi-s. Respect f ully Yours. A. R. HALL. M. D. L. BRANCH "D0O0N THB OUD TT AT.' A. A. TEEEY, HAT8 ANN ABBOB, MICH. EBERBACH&SON. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines And a fine lot of French Hair Brushes AND English Tooth Brushes We cali special attention to our stock of Chemical Glass-ware, Apparatus, AND Pure Chemicals of our own Importation. A full line of TIEMAN'S SURG'L INSTRUMENTS At list pric.'s. STTJIDEinSTTS Are cordially invited to examine our stook as to quality and prices. EBERBACH &SON. WIARD'S PATENT NEW 1880 SERIES Malleable Iron and Wood Beam öhilled PLOWS are offcred to the Fnrmern of the country for the coming buason with niiuiy valuabie nnprovementn. THE WIARD is the strongest and most durable l'lüw in tlio markct. THE WIARD is the bowt for general purpoBe work, in botb feoU and stubble. THE WIARD has the simplest and most complete adjubtmeiit for using two or three horbus ubri'iisl. THE WIARD is the best Plow extant for hard clay and Kony gruuud. TliE WIARD rivale all othcr chilled Plows i'ur ciiMiihig iu loost! and adlieeivu aoita. THE WIARD caunot be cxcellcd for Lightnei Of DfttfL Our Malleable Iron Beam Is the onty practical Hdjtiuible metul Bcaiu mude; ía goanuatsttJ aainst beudinor breaking: ia pcrfectly adjuiabie for H or 3 nortes; over 20,000 ïi uset and nut ouu la a thou&ind failed. Our Jointers, "Wlieels and Handjes are all adjiirjtablc. Oi T Woldboarda excel all others for flueueas and Liiifuiunty. Our Plows we warrantott to any reasuimble extent. If yoti are goiní; to buy a new Pjlow, be surc to give tho WiAitu airial. I havH also tlie Galk Plow, manufactured by the Gale Manufacturing Co., Albion, Miirh. Also the Nkw Dodoe Pixïw, manufactured by the Dodge Plow Co., KalamazoO, Mich., with all the Latest improvements. Now is a good time to encourag the ïoys just ronniH'iK'in to plow, by Inning tlie best Plow in the inarket. Don't muke thein disusted with farmiiiK by compelliiig them to Ho their work witli inferior too Is. Tie time spent in foolin with old styled tools produces no incoine, anti discourafre the younj? men who use them. A little forethoiifiht exercised in the purchase of a good Tool of any kind is worth more titan a great deal of afterthoujcht over a bad bargain. Cali and examine iny stock, it will cost you nothing. A ten ptr cent discount will b iven for cash down. All tools work much better when fully paidfor. Yours Very Respect fully for Past Favors, Ann Arbor, Mich. M. ROÜERS.