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GET A. TICKET OF W. F. LODHOLZ 4 & 6 BROADWAY. Andyou are entltled toachoiceof TheHome Instructor, the Life of General Sherman, or the Life of P. T. Barnum (free), when cash purehase to tlie amount of Ï15.00 lias been made. THE HOME INSTRUCTOR. I.AEGE OCTAVO, 478 PAGES, ILLUSTRATED. A compendium ofuseful knowledge necesary for the practical uses of every-day life. A complete and perfect guide to life in public and private. THE LIFE AND DEEDS 0? GEN, W, T, SHERMAN, CROWN OCTAVO, 568 PAGES, ILLUSTKATED. A graphic narrativo of his boyhooü and early life, educatlon, career In Florida and california, military achievements, Ufe asa Citizen, last sickness and death; with nne steel portrait. THE LIFE OF F, T, BAINUX , The WorldRenowned Showman, CROWN OCTAVO, 520 PAGES, IIXUSTRATED. His early life and struggles, bold ventures aud brilJlant success; his wonderful care;)', lis wit, genius and eloquence, his life as a citlzen, etc- to which is added his faraous ook, "The Art of Money Getting." W. 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Capital stock paid In $ 50,000 00 Surplus fund 10,000 00 Undivided profits . 16,259 10 Individual Deposits 130,104 54 Certificates of Deposits 184,139 99 Savings deposits 48.814 62 Duetobank 1,958 53-365,017 68 Total $441,276 78 STATE OF MICHIGAN', j County of Washtenaw, j ssI, F. H. BELSER, Cashier, of the above nnmed Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. F. H. BELSER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworu to before me, this 14th day of December, 1891. JOHN R. MIXER, Notary Public. Correct- Attest : Ambrose Kearney, Chas. E. Greene. Junius E. Beal. Directors. EVEEYBODY , as well as THE CHILDEEN, ARE HAPPY, WliO Bl'Y TlTEIR Drugs, Medicines, A XI) Fine Decorations J. J. GOODYEAR. No. 5. S. Main St. Teachers' Examinations. Examinations of teachers in Washtenaw county, ïor the ensuing school year, will be held as follows: The regular examination wlll be held each year om the first Thursday oí March and August at the county seat. 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