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Lfqr the permanent cure of CONSTIPAT.QN. l Tío other diaease ia ao prevalent in this CQ I try as Constipation, and no remedy has ever - I equalled the celebrated Kidney-Wort as a c E curo. Whatever tlie cause, howevor obstinate J (5 the case, tais remedy will overeóme it. - 60 D1S S?Q THIS distresaing O O Ir 1 m fcJ b piaint is very apt to be p oomplicated witliconatipation. Kidney-"Wort " wtrengthenB the weakened parto and quickly CC curea all kinds of Piles even wheu phyuicianu ?? aa'ond medicines have before failed. c y j ÊSflf you have either of th ese troubles p pRICËSI. USE Druggists Sell' Ut he o nly me d iciwe'IJ Bl IX' EITIIEK MQUID OB Hit Y FOU I That Acts at tlic samo time on 3 TEE ZI7BB, TES BQ W'SLS, H AÏÏD TES EIDFMYS. i MWHY ARE WE SICK? ■ ■ Because we allow these gveat organs toWk jj becoine clogged or torpid, and poisonou s m 1 :í Aiítorfi arí Iherefore forced into the blood ■■ XA that shouldbe expelled naturatty. W T WILL SURELY CURE i Mkidney diseases, M LIVER COMPLAINTS.y ■PILES, CON8TIPATION, ITUINAnY R F1] MI8EAMKH, FICJI AI.K WEAKNES8E8, I AND SKUVIIÏS IMNOItNKIiS, II by cauêing fret action of these organt and WÊ ÊrestoHng thelr poteer to tirow off diteate. Lj Wliy milTer Itllion pitln and aches! f 8 Bwh) toriiionti'rt nitli Filos, Constipationl ■■ Lj Whj friRlitpninl orer dlsordereil Kidnefal Fj Wtk Vihj endure nervons or slck liendncliesf I ■ i Use KlIÍNEY-WOIlTancí rejoice in health. i HS Itlsputupla lry Vertnblo Forra, In tin Sfl ■H canti ono packae of which makea six quarts 01 BJ ■ ■ medicine. A)80 in Uquld Form, ver j ■■ L_w trated, f or tboae that cuunot readily prerre it. F ■ PI tF"It acts wlth equal efllclency Ín either form. JÊÊ U UET IT OF TOUR DRUQGIST. FRICE, l.OOW M WELLS, UICIIA11DS0X& Co., Pro', Mj ijCWiUiend the dry post paid.) BIRLIOTON, TT. H t-STYLES Jf t H E JVS PiffJEi I MATERlAt 4 ÜTBlJaVuPERtOR Adam D. Seyler. SOLE AWENT FOR TH1S CITY AJÍI) V1C1NITY, No. 6 X. MAIIf ST. ■& ■■ mm ii"t, life is sweeping by ; go and II I T I dare, bofore you die, something K I" J I niighty and sublime ; leavu beI 1 lm V I hind to conqurr time." Sixty dullars a week in your own town; ftve dollar outfit free. No risk. Everything new. Capital not required. We will furnish you everything. Many are making fon unes. Ladies make aR much as men. and bovs and glrls make great pay. Iteader. if you want business at which you can make great pay all the time, write for the particulars to H Hallett & Co., Portland, Me. RINSEY & SEABOLT, No. 6 & 8 Washington St., Have on llanda complete stock of everything in the Crocery Line. Teas, CofTees aad Siijyars, In large amounts. and at Prices And can sell at Low Figures. The large invoice of teas they Buy and Sell. s good proof that in Quality and Pnce they Give Bargains. They Itoast their own Coffees every week, and none but prime artieles are used. Their Bakery tnrns out excellent Bread, Cakes and Crackers. Cali and see them. $500 REWm We will pay the above reward for anv case of Liver Coinplaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Iudigestioif, 'Jonstipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pilis, when the directions are strictly eomplied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fail to give satisfaction. fiugar coated. Large boxes contamine 30 Pilis, 25 cents. For sale by all Druggists. Beware of counterfeits and imitations. The genuine manufactuied only by John C, West & Co., 'The Pili Makers," 181 and 183 W. Madison St., Chicago. Free trial package sent by mail prepaid on receipt of a 3 cent stamp. HEALTH IS WEALTH! "Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment, aspecifle for Hyster'a, Dizziness, Convulsiona, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss oí Memory Speraiatorrhoea, Impotency, Involuntary Emissions, Premature Ola Age, laused by over-exertion, self-abuse, or over-indulgence, which lead to misery, decay and death. One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's treatment. One dollar a box or six uuxes Lurnve uunurM, giii uy man iwsiíwiu on receipt of price. We guarantee six Doxes to cure any case. "With each order received bv us for six boxes, accompauied wlth ftve dollars, we will seud the purchaser our written guarantee to return the money if the treatment does not effect a cure. Guaran tees issued by Brown & Co., sole authorized Agts. for Ann Arbor. Mich. John C'. West & Co., sole proprietors. 181 and 183 W. Maclison St.. C'hicaeo. 111. HENRY MATTHEWS, Has; the pleasure to nform the public that heil " ready to receive them in his nevv örick MEAT MARKET! ONE DOOR E AST OF LEONARD HOUSE. Everything in his line wiil be flrst-class. and At Reasonataio Rates. Ho returns nis sincero thanks to all his oíd cus, tomers (or their genereus patronage, and cordi aily invites them, and all new customers to his new quarters, where he hopes by fair dealing tn anlarge his already LrowinL businessüur JVew Directory. The canvasB for our new city and county directory is progressing very favorably. To those who have not already subscribed for the same the publishers wish it to be distinctly understood that no copies will be printed or for sale after publication of the same. The canyaasers will be round in a few days, calling for information, and we advise all who may wish a copy to subscribe while the work is beingldone. We guarantee a far superior work to the last one.'.and at the price of $3.00 it is cheap, taking into consideraron the large amount of detail that is required in such a publication. Wbndell Dikectoby Co., Publishers, Ann Arbor, Mich. BLk "mÈ zSk LM Mw MH Endorsed by the ï'rench Acadeniy of Me dicine íor 1NFLAMMATI0N OF THE URINARY ORGANS, caused by indiscretion or exposure. Hotel Dieu Hospital, Paris, trratment. l'ositive cure in one to three days. Local treatment only required. No nauseous doses of Cubebs or f!opaiba. Infallible, Hygienic, Curative, Preventive. Price $1.50, inchuling Bulb Syringe. Sold by all druggists, or sent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of price. Descriptive treatise free on application. AMERICAN AGENCY '86" MEDICINE CO., Detroit, Mich., and Windsor, Ont. Sold in Ann Arbor by C. E. Holmes. Cook House Block. (t "I f) A WEEK. $12 a day at home easily 4 Z inade. Costly outütsjree. Address True & Co.. Augusta, Maine. Abstracts of Titles on Real Estáte. I HAVE a complete compilation of the Official Records of Washtenaw County to date. iuclu ding all TaxTiclea, Executions.any incnmbrance on Real Estato, that is of Record in the Registers offloe, is shown by my books. Office, in the office of the secretary of the Waehtenaw mutual insurance company, in the basement of the c house. C. H. MANLY, Ann Arbor. Mich ' SBESBCaHV w - H " ■EIB o p ft s BH tí - ■ Os tfi - " Wi n " ifci 3BP ifl 15 5 : S To g . ..... i h - _ 7 . - '" 9 9HÍJUHÍWHHtfBlv' " i s A 20 Bibücal Reward. The publishers of liutledge's Monthly offer twelve valuable rewards, in their nonthly for April, among which is the 'ollowing : We wül give $20, in gold, to the person ;elling us how many verses there are m ;he Oíd Testament Scriptures, by April LOth, 1883. Shonld two or more correct answers be received, the reward will be livided. The money will be fonvarded so the winner April 16th, 1883. Persons trying for the reward must send twenty cent in silver (no postage stamps taken) with their answer, for which they will receive the May Monthly. in which the name and address of the winner of the reward, and the correct answer, will be publinhed, and in which several more valuable rewards will be ofl'ered. Address, Rutledge Publishing Co., Easton, Penn. Farra I' Sale. - o The Finley Farm, In Scio, Wastenaw County, OF 400 ACRES, FOR SALE- PRICE. $70 PER ACRE. Eiglity acres of wheat on the ground. A small farm would be taken in excliange. Will let the slieep to the purchaser if desired. DAVID M. FINLEY. Asm Arboií, Mareh 22, 1883. FOR SALE, AT A BAROASN! TIIIiEE HOUSES OH NORTH MAINJST., KNOWN AS ThePeekProperty Titlf perfect, possession giren immediately. Cali on or address E. J. JOHNSON, Ann Arbor, Mich. FOR SALE. A FINE FARM OF 60 ACRES, -i AND ONE HALF MILES FKOM THE COURT I House, on the South Ypsilanti road. Or will sell thirty acres of the same. J. W. HULBEKT. GENUINE MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER DEPOT. 75,000 Bottles Sold per Year. Th FaTonte PiTB-Drawer Sier MacMne. . (o) ■ There must be sorae Rood reagon why threefourths of all the Scwing Machines sold every year are GENUINE SINCERS. Buy one yonrself and you will flnd it out We keep at our office a complete aasortment of SEWINC MACHINE NEEDLES, FOR ALL MACHINES. OIL, PARTS, &c. BEST QUALITY SEWING MACHINE OIL F1VE CENTS PER BOTTLE. Needlesfonthe New Family Singer one cent each. Siik Twist and Linen.for Shoemakers and Carnage Trimmers, Twenty to thirty per cent. less than any other house in the city. Oflicc on Huron st., two doors west oi Savings Bank, Ann Arbor, Mich. The Singer Manufacturing Co. L. O'TOOLE, Aíent. a A Affcntn wantod. $5 a Itty mude nell Ml _-dPrl'"e our New HOUSEHOLD ART1ïlWwT3DJl'-Ks""' IM.ATKllíM FAMILY f #1.50. Domestic Scale Co., Cin'ti, O. oaIotaTañds: Summer Valley. Finest Farm Lands in the West, For Sale on Six Years Time, iMERTISING contracta mado tut TíIIS P A PEK, whiclii kept ou tl witu LORD & THOMAS, Advortisius Afc'inU, t.lilimto,.EU. Husmeas Locáis. Tte Travelek's Life and Accident [nsuranck Company, of Hartford, Conn., ih the oldeet aooident insurance oompany in America and the largest in the world, and is now paying over three I jhousand dollars every day for deaih and disabling injury by accident. The lïaveler's also writes all desirable forms of life and endowment insuranoe on the low rate all cash stock plan. lts rates for life and endowment inaurance are about seventy-five per cent. of those of other leading companies, and offers security second to none. Mr. Eugene K. Frueauflf is resident agent of tlie Travelers'. tW Special attention given to collections in the city of Ann Arbor and elaewhere, by Eugene K. Frueauff, attornej-, Room 3, Opera House. Farm fob SatiK - The Olasier farm, of 170 acres, one mile east of the city. Inquire of J. F. Lawrence, Opera House block. Mrs. Miller who keeps the Diehl house onDetroit srteet would be pleased to have those in want of meals or an oyster stew, to give her a cali. B-Imus pays cash for live chickene. Those desiring aid in procnring pensions would do well to apply to O. L. Matthews, attorney at law, office over Rinsey & Seabolt's store, Ann Arbor, Mich. He has procured a full line of blanks for that purpose from Washington, and will attend promptly to all business eatrusted to bis care. Contract for Fence, of all kinds, slat and wire fence a speoialty, and for ditching and tileing, will be made by William S. Barrv. All work warranted satisfactory. Address Wm. Barry, Ann Arbor. Fob Sat,e.- A No. 1 first-class covr. For particulars inquire at the residence of B. F. Cole, one mi Ie west, on Miller avenue. Spring Overcoats and TJlsterettps can be found at the Star, A. L. Noble. Tbe most complete line of Furnishing Goods at Noble's Star Clothing House. FRED SORG, PAINTS, OiiSjillSHEÜ HiiUyHES, WINDOW GLASS, nd íxlí Vjtintera' Ptpplies of the Best Quahrv SHO? kB STORE 26 and 28 East Washington S' AKX ARrOP.. - .UIC'MIGAN JOSEPH ALGER, DEALER IN Fresh, Smoked and Salt =MEATS= Market on Ann St, Opposite Court House. Watches and Jewelry ! j. mi st 40 South Main Street, Dealers in the Leadine AMERICAN WATCHES! In Gold and Silver Cas'rs, in Stem and Key Winding, Manufacturcd by the Leading Watoh Comoanies GOLD ÏÏATCH CHAINS. Of Standard Quality and Various Patterns. A Lanre and Complete Assoitment of Lace Fins, Ear Rincs, DraceletsFinger Rings, And Studs. Silra Platefl Ware Fiool the Most licuable Manufacturera .it Bottom Prices. The Repairiug of Fine Watches is in Charge of Competent and Sküled Workmen. at Fair Prices. CAUTION. AN A CT requiring the holders of unreeorded deeds to record such deids or lurnish the same for record. Section 1. The People of the State of Michigan enact. That whenever any grantor who has heretofore conveyed, or shalt hereaf ter convey, any real estáte within this State, shall have or hold in liis possession any unrecorded deed or deeds, through or under which he derived title, of any lands by him so conveyed, it shall be his duty, on the written request of his grantee or any subaequent grantee, to cause such deed or deeds to be recorded in the offlce of the Register of üeeds of the proper county, or cause the same to be delivered to such grantee demanding the same, for the purpose of recording, within twenty days from the time when sucli written request shall have been served upon him Sec. 2. If sueh grantor shall neglect or refuse to record such deed, or deliver the same to such grantee, after having been requested so to do, as provided in the preceding section. within the time above limite i, he shall be liabie to said grantee, his heii's, representatives or assigns, in the penal sum of one hundred dollars damages : and also for all actual damages occasioned by such neglect or refusal to the persoii or persons entitled thereto, to be reco ered in an ac-tion on the case, with oosts of suit Approved June 1, 1881. Keal Estáte lor snic. OTATE OF MICHIGAN. County of Wastenaw- j ss. In the matter of the estáte of Ann L. Covert, deceased. Notlce is hereby given, that in imrsuance of au oi-der granted to the undersigned admlntetrator of the estáte of said deceased, bv the Honorable Judgeof Probate tor the County of Wasliteuaw, on the sixth day of February, A. D. 1C83, there wiü be aold at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the east front door of the court house, in the city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw, in said State, on Saturday, the l'.lth day of May, A. D. 1883, at ten o'cloek in the forenoon of that day, (subject to all encumbrantes by mortgage or othervvise existing at the time of the dtiath of said deeeased), an undivided onehalf of thefollowing described real estáte, to-wit: Sil uati'd in the township of Ann Arbor, aforisaid , lying on the north side of the Dexter road, west of the city of Ann Arbor; andbeingbounded on the south by said Dexter road about six rods, on the east by lands owned by Norman B. Covert, about ten rods; on the north by the garden fence, being aboiit ten rods north of the Dexter road ; on the west by lands formerly owned by Dr. A. Sager, about ten rods. NORMAN B. COVERT, Administrator. Pated Ann Arbor, Feb. 6, 188. O. L. MATTHEWSAttorney at Lawand Notary Public Heil Estáte. Timirance and Litan Agenc). D'eds, mortfrage and other papera carefulry drawn. Have houses and lots tor sale or rent, or to exchange for farm property, also farms for sale. Property looked alter ly the year.taxes paid insurance attended to. and rents colleeted at reasonable rates. Have city property that can be bought on long time bo that a sniall sum added to what you now pay out for rents will secure you a home of your own. I represent the Northwestern National Innurance company, and the Mechantes and Tradera cf N. Y. Loases will be promptly adjusted and paid. Money to loan at six (6) per cent. Office over Rinsey 4 Seabolt's store, Ann Arlinr. Micb. (4


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