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My Head Was Fairly Rotti And much I suffered it t hard 1 ' describe. T.i.-i: loal bsome dlsease ra, caused the afoove and doctors said they eould no 1 pald hundreds oí dollars, for w Bic I recelved no benefit. I ""I trom i wo bottles oi Öulphur Bil ters fchan from all tUe money I paid to doctora. [ Bhall c i lie Sulphur Bitters, ;is I aaye : they wil] Cure me. - 8. M ay I 1 Hanover si.. Boston. "Mr. Editor: Can you or any of youi readers inform me who wás the authoi of that beautiful and pathetic literary geno beginning: "The death angel smote Alexander Mci And gave him protracted repose; lie wore a check shirt mul a tío. 9 ■ hoe And liad ii pink ivart un hls D "Ifposeible, I would like to get thO entire poem, as we are going to have an entertainment n the Town HalJ nsxi week and I ani on tin prograuime t speak apiece. ,;. s. a. Cure Yourseif. DonM :y large doctors' bilis. besi medical boo publlshed, one hundred pages, elegant coloreó .lates, wlll be huí tíi yon cm reoelpl oí three 2ceni stampa to pay the postage ddress A. P. Ordway & Co.. Boston .Mass. E8TATE OF Kmavi KI. (i. W'll.DT. OTATE of MICHIGAN, Coiintv of Wasbleke Huw. ss. At i Bession of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at the l'robate Office ín the City oí Aun .ui mr. on Wedne the twelfth day of August.'in the yeai thousaud elght hundred and nlnety-o Present, J. Willard Babbltt, Judge of Probate in the matter of the Estáte ofEmanu lldt, deceased. On readine and BHng the petitlon, daly vcriBed.ol PYederick Wlrat praylng thal admlain "i sald estáte may be granted to wllllam A. Clark or some oüht suïtable person. Therenpon it is ordered, that Monday the foujrteenth day of Sent. nt-xt. at ten o'do'ck in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing oi Bald petitlon, and that theheirs at law of sald d, and, all other persous tntereeted in said estate.are requlred to appear al asee Court, then tobe liokU-n at tl ■ In the City of Ann Arbor, and - canse, 11 anythere be.whythe prayer tl tioner should not be erantert And it Isfur ther ordered, that said petltloñe glve ootlce to the persons lnterested in sald ■ of the pendency of sald petitlon and the hearingtheri . üng a copy of thls Order to Ished In the Ann ii [er, a newspaper prlnted and olrculated in said county three successive weeks previous t said day of hearing. (Atruecopy.) J. WILLARD BABBITT, WM.G.DOTY, Probate BUtef '" ÉSTATE OF BeTSEY I'. (ir.ES. STATE OF MICHIGAN, Comitv oí At a session of the Probate Court for the County oí Wushtenaw. holden at the ProbateOrnee In the city oí Aun Aihur.on Monday the tenth day of August In the year one thousand elght hundred and ninety-one. Present, J. Willard Babbltt, Judge of l"robate In the matter of the ettate oí Betaey i ■ deceased. I.ouise D.Giles the admfnlstratoi of said estáte, comes into eourtaud reprei that she is now prepared to reuder her tiuaï account as such admiuistrntor. Thereupon it is ordered, that Fridav. the fourth day of September next, ut ten o''clock in the forenoon be assigned for examlning and allowlng such account, and that the tielra al law ofeald deceased, and all othei Bons lnterested in sald estáte, are required to. appearat a s sioii of said court, theu to beholden at the Probate Office, in the City of Ana Arbor, m said Couuty, and show cause : the iv le. why the said account should not bê ailowed: And it is further ordered, that said administrator give notice totlie persona lnterested ín said estáte, of thependency of said account, and the hearing thereof, ).■ copyof this order to be published in tlie nu Arbor Courier, a newspaper printed and c lating id said County. tnree successlre ■ prevlous to said day oí hearing. [A truc coj.y.] J. WILLAKD BABBITT. ... „ „„..,. _ , Judge of Probate . G. DOTY. Probate Résister. ESTÁTE OFAníDREwJ. Sutiieki.axï). STATE OP MICHIGAN, County oí Washteraw. bs. At a session of the I'rolmte Conrt for the County of Washtenaw, holden nt the Probate Office In the CU; oí Aun Arbor, m Saturdav the eighth day of August in the year oiie thousand eight hundred and nlnety-oi Present, J. Willard Babbitt, Judge of Probate. In theraatterof theestateof Andrew J. Sutherland deceased. un readlngand iningthepetition. duly verifled, of Elizabeth T. Sutherfand praying that administration of siiiil estáte m.-iv be granted to herself or soim1 other 8uitabl( pergon. Thereupon it is ordered, that Moudnv, the seventli day of September ten oc lo ilu: iiiiviioiin. 'he assigned for tlie henriugof Miid iictition aud that helrs at law of said deceased, and all other persona interested in su id estáte, are required to anpear at a si - of said Court, tlien to be holden at the Pri m the City of Aun Arbor and show cause, Uanythere be, why thupraycrof thepetitiouer should not be grauted : And it is further ordered, that said petltloneT give notice to the persons iuterested in said estáte, of the pendeuey of said petition, aud the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of tliis order to be pnblished in the Aun Albor Courier, a I paper prlnted and clrcnlating in said County. three successive weeks previous to said da hearing. [Atruecopy.] J. WILLARD BABBITT, ... , „„ Judge of Probate. . G. DOTY, Probate Register. Jerome Freeman ! POSTO FFICE Bark Shop and MIi ROOMS. ü) Wi ii 17 BATES !


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