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Daniel W. Bliss a respected eitizen of this place since 18;! died yesterday. He was born Aprii 8d, 180o at Wuitestown, N. Y. Silveu CitEEK, N. Y , Feb. 0. 1880. Gents - I have been very low, and have tried everythiug to no advantage. 1 heard your Hop Bitters recommended by so many I concliuled jo give tliein a trial. I did, and now ara around, and eonstantly improving, and am nearly as strong as ever. W. II. WELLE!;. From 1778 to 1878, 94,000 housea were destroyed by flre in Constant! nople, causing a lasa of jm 1,000,000. Many people have lost their interest in politics and in amunements becnuse they are so out of sorts and run down til at they cannot enjoy anything. If eucli persona would only be wise enougn to tiy that Celebrated remedy.Kidney-Wort, and expcrience its tonic and renovating elïects ley would soon be hurrahing with the oudest. In either dry or liquid form it a perfect remedy for torpid liver, kideys or bowels. - Exchange. Nothing in this world yields larger and uicker returns on the ainount invusted, nm poking a wasp with your flngcr lo ee if he leels well. Bucklin's Árnica Salve. The best salve in the world for Cuts, 3ruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt niieum, Fe er Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chiljlains, Corns, and ali kinds of skin Erup ïons. Tliis salve is guaranteed to givi jerfect satisfaction in every case or tl noney refunded. Price 25 cents per box for sale by Eberbach & Son, Ann Arbor, llich. A man mny be so wrapped up in cience that he forgels all things elsejbut ie never fools with electricity and gunowder but once. Wortiiy op praise. - As a rule we do ot recommend patent medicines, but when we know of one that really is a pubc benefactor and does positively cure, ïen we conaider it our duty to impart hf.t Information to all. Electric Bitters re truly a most valuable medicine, and will surely cure biliousness, fever and ?ue, stomach, liver and kidney coin)laints, even where all other remedies all. We know whereof we speak and an freely recommend them to all. - Exch. - Sold at fit' ty cents a bottle by Eberbach" & Son. A young lady told her mamma that all ie cadets wear white pants; then her ittle brother added, "and so no their sisers and their cousins and their aunts. Exhaasted and eufeebled constilutions iffering from dyspepsia, B, nd general weakness cured by Brosvn's ron Bitters. Legislator. "Whatsirl You take me 'or one who can be bribed? You insult ïy sen?e of honor. But, in case I was uch a man, how much. would you giveV" Col. A. Wood Merryweather, whom verfbodyin Perantón, Pa., knows, writis ïdsays: "1 had long sulïered from a deangement of the bludder and kidneys; it ïad made my general health very rjoor. I so was troubled with severe indigestión ; )ills gave me oniy temporary relief, and J. ;xperiencerl great anxiety of tnind, as ell as physical distress. A friend recmmended Brown's Iron Bitters. I have sed it with most gratifyiug results, and ust now myhealth never was better, and teel that the cure is permanent. The IPurest and Best Medicine exer Made. Acolmbiiiatlon of Hops, Buchu, Mand rakle anl Dandelion, with aJl tno best and mOst c% urative properties of all other Bitters, makesVtheEreati-stBIOOd Purlfler, Liver Reg u lator, aid Lite and Healtli Restoring Agent onwi1" earth. No diseose cVan Posibly lonK ,CIi!1 w,here f?op Bitters are vaiied and perfect are their operatiuna.mA Theygiie nowli%failT'Bortoti8aSilaillinarmToallwhose c Vnployments cause irreyolaritrnfthKhnwelsorm uj-inary organs, or who reHup Bitters are invaable, without IntOXf No matter whatyour feV?"11?8 or symptoms are what the diseose or ailiet i8 u8e HP Bitters. Don'twaituntilyoua%re sick but i( you onlyfeclbad or miserable ,%uae them at once. Itmaysaveyourlife.Itha8lsaTed hundred. SSOOwiUbePidforacalse they wlll not cure or help. Do not suffer rlet your f rienda I suffer.but uso and urge them%touae Hop B Kemember, Dop Bitters is noJ"6' drugged 1 dranken nostrum, but tho Puresí1 n d Best 1 I Medicine ever mado ; the "ISTAUDS'mia'U B aud HOPK" and no person or famüy fln I shouldbe without thein. BBaBBft 9 I D I C is an absolute and irresistible cure IH I íorDrunkenness.use of opium, tobáceo amitlM I narcotics. All sold by drugglsts. SeniMiM I for Circular. Hop Bitten Bf. Co., ■ RochesterrandTornntonH TRUTH ATTESTE.D. Some Important Statements of Well known People Vhollv Verified. Ia order that the public may fully realize tlie enuineness of the statements, as well as the jower and valué of the article of which we speak we publish herewith the fae sintiU gignatures of parties whose sincerity is beyond question. The ruth oL these testimoniáis is absolute, nor can he f acts they announce be ignored. Ann Akbob, Mich., July 28, 1881. II. H. Warner & Co., Sirs:- I had been troubledwith a kidney andliver difflculty Lor severa] yaars, and asevere lameness in my hip, which I ïad given up all hopes of ever being curedof. I had doctored and tried several remedies without aftording me much relieí. I decided to give trial 0 a bottle of your Safe Kidney and Liver cure, I ommenced using it according to directions. I ïave up to this time used five bottles and those burning sensations of my kidneys have left me and also my lameness and I ain enjoying better health than I have for several years, entirely hrough the goodness of your Safe Kidney and Liver cure, and I cheerfully recommend it. Mrs. (B.F. Granger. Ann Arbor, Mich, July 28, 188J. II. H. #Ilrner& Co., Sirs:- For the past flfeen years I have been afflicted with a terrible iver and kidney complaint which at times has caused me the most intense suffering. I have tried different medicines advertised for the cure of kidney and liver and found no relief. I beeame discouraged and made up my mind that nothing would do me any good when one evening . wasreading the Evening News of Detroit and came across your advertisement which spoke of the many cures that have been eff ected by the use of your Safe Kidney and Livr cure and decided to give it a trial. I have now used three bottles and its effect is perf ectly wondert ui. Those severepainsthat I hadcontinually in the región of my kidney3 have disappjared and also the soreness in that part of my body. I am satisfied 1 shall effect a complete cure . I cheerfully give this testimonial lioping it may be the means of inducing others to try it. Ann Arbor Mich., July 27, 1881. H. II. Warner & Co. :- I have used your Safe Kidney and Liver cure and it is tho best thing in my situation for kidney and liver difficulties that has ever been placed before the public, I recommend its use to those alflicted with diseases of the kidney and liver. Thousands of equally strong cndorsements- many of them in cases where hope was abandoned- have been voluntarily given, showing the remarkable power of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, in ail diseases of the kidneys, liver or urinary organs. Ifanyonewho reads this has any physical trouble, remember the great danger of delay. DOES WïJVi)! ÏWONDERFUL ff 111 c CURES! ranmB BRppanscitactson the UTEB, 1Í0WELSH aüïï K1DNEÏS at Uiesnme timo. Fl I Because it cleanses tlie eyatem of flj K ous humore that devolope in Kidney and ■■ fcg rtary DiseOBeH, Biliousnesa, Jatmdice, E3 Bi pation, Piles, or in Kheumatism, Kooralgia, H MNervoiis Disorders and Pemale Complainte. ■ SEE WHAT PEOPLE SAY r 3 Encone B. Stork, of Junctïon City, Kansas, W MSfta, Kidney-Wortciiredliim after regular M Msicians had been trying for four years. IJ Mra. Jo)in Arnall, of Washington, Ohio, says W PJher boy waa given np to die by four prominent &J H physlciana a iul that ho was af terwardd curod by ■ ■n Kiilnej'-Wort. IH Ba M. M. K editor In Clmrdon, ObloU BHpnvH lm wit-! imt ezpeoted to live, betns l'ioateuB Pi bryomi belief, biit Kiduey-Wortcuredhini. WM m Anna L. .Tarrett of Soiitli Salem, N. Y.( flaysLJ H that Neven years hm il ,t n f rom kídney troiiblesH Pand othcr contpücations was ouded by the uso of M UKidney-Wurt. ■ John Tl. Lawrenre of JaokFton. Tenn., pnfforedH pB for yeara f rom livor and kidney troubles ftmlpB II after taking "barrels of othèr medicines," J BKidney-Woitmadu him well. I Mlchael Coto of Montgompry Confpr, Vt.,B KJBUíTfred eiglityeaiH witli Icldner dilllcuity and Ej HBw&n unable to worlc. Kidimy-Wort wade biin H BB " we 11 ascTer." PERMANENTLY CURES JKIDNEY DISEASES, □ LIVER COIVIPLAINTS,! nConstípation and Piles. U Crlt ík put tin In Dry Tcffetnble Form Ín H ■Htincans, one packae of which inakessix quartsH Pj of medicine. Also in Uqnld Form, vrrvCon-W Wcciitrutcd, for thotio tbat canuoc readily pre-M ■B pare i t . wmUT It acts with Canal efficiency in either form. BD M GET IT ATTHEDRUGGISÏS. PR1CE, $1.00 □ I WEÏiIiS. UICIIAIIDSOS & Co., Frop'i, I H(WIU send the dry posfr-paid.) ni:itMNGTO!f, TT. Q LEONARD HOUSE, TF. LEONARD, Troprietor, Atin Arbor, Mich. JMCx-. Iï:. F, TotldL Would cali the attention of her old Patrons to the fact that, having removed her Dressmaking Rooms over A. Wilsey's Music Store, she is prepared todo all kinds of Dress and Cloak making in all the latest styles. Perfect Fits Guaranteed. Chüdren'sclothes a specialty. Sam. B. Revenaugh, Is now taking the Best Class of Plotogniili In the City at Prices io Suit the Times, Ground Floor Gallery. GOODRICH BLOCK, East Side of the NEW COTJI4T HOUSE. ebebbach&sön; Dealers in Drugs, Medicines And a fine lot of French Hair Brushes AND English Tooth Brushes. We cali special attention to OTir stock of Chemical Glass-ware, Apparatus, AXD Pure Chemicals of our own mportation. A fltll line of TIEMAN'S SURG'L INSTRUMENTS At list prices. Are corclially invitcd to examine our stock as to quality and prices. ebereach:&son. REALÍSTiTmCHAiE. MANLY & HAMiLTON'S Abstract and Real Estáte Office, No. 11, First floor, Opera House block, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Abstracts fnrniahed on short notice on any parcel of land in Washtenaw county, from French Claims of Ypsilanti, to the most complicated titles in the Village of Manchester. Moncy to Loan on Real Estáte secureties. ZEPoiz? Sale I I 2 O Acres at $50 per acre in the township of Webster, good buildings. Terms to suit purchaser. New Store on west side of Main street, terms easy. Thomas Coiliar Farm,being the west half of the west half of the northwest quar ter - forty acres- on section eight, Ann Ar bor. This farm is only three miles from the city, hasgood title, lanlwell watered, good orchard, fair buildings, ten acres good wheat I OO Acres within 1 1-2 miles of court house with flrst-class building, perfect title and very cheap . House and LotS 1,2. 3, block4south range 2 west, situated on South side of Liberty St. House and four LotS, on corner of Forest avenue and Orleans street. Entire BIOCkNE13E, except21ots. Good building sites. Terms to suit purchaser. A Cood Farm, 200 acres, well improved, in the townsliip of Webster, good buildings, $05 per acre. House and Lot on Catherine street for sale, or exchange for lot near the Methodist church. Terms easy. A House and doublé L Ot at WhitmoreXake, $700. HOUSO and Lot, onjngnlls street, north of University, $3,000. House and Lot, on Lawrence street, $2,000. House and Lot, on north side of West Huron street; also 6 1-2 acres situated on south side of Jackson road, about one mile from court-house, $3,000 for both pareéis. Terms to suit purchaser. One House and two acres of land sitúate in Ingalls' addition, known as the M. J. O'Riley property , good barn and well . HOUSe and Lot, on Elizabeth St., $3,000. A House and 1-2 acre of land in 5th wart, west side of the Dixboro road. House and three Lots, in the Fifth ward, good locality, $1,000. House and flve Lots on Mfller avenue. Will be sold at a bargain. Good barn on the premises. 30 Acres of land on Whitmore Lake road. ivithin 3-4 miles of Court-House. Would like to exchange for city property. Lots 77. 78, 90, and part of lot 8 and a large bliek house with lü rooms, R. S. Smith's addition. A Fine BriCk House, Barnes, Orchard, wlth nice well and spring, and six acres of land, on West Huron and Jewett streets, knownasthe Jewett property. Price $15.000, ortwolots off said property on Huron St., price $700each. MONEY TO LOAN In sums frora $100 to $5,000, amount and terms to suit applicants.


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