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I " CTOBTH A GUINEA A BOS," 1 G3VERED WITH A USTELE83 AND I ' SOLUBLE COAT1HQ. SFor SIGK HEADAGHE, Dizziness, or Swimminij in thO Head, Wind j Pain, and Spasms at the Stomach, Pains In % tho Back, Gravel, and flying Paiiis ín Uie j lioúy, Rhcumatism, etc. 2 Take four, five or oven bíi of Beecbam's J 5 Pilis, and in nine caar out of ten, thty rill (five t [ relie inttoenty minuta; forthe pill willgo direct [ , to and remove tho causo, the. cause heing no j ' more nor lessthan wind, togetherwith i i ous and nozioas vapours, and somotimes ' ! unwholesomo food. i ' Of all druggists. Prlce 2S cents a box. Kew York Depot, 355 Canal 8W ' "M.& H. W?77VÖ TABLETS. The Hfludsomest, rost Economical, and BEST method of putting up Writing Papera for home and office use. Get them from yoiir Stationer, or sena direct to the Manufacturera, HASBROUCK & SINCLAIR, 536 & 538 PEARL ST., NEW YORK. N. B.- A Handsome Tablet suitable for Polite Correspondence mailed íor Twenty-Five Cents. negL DIEFFENBACH'S W. A$ PR0TA00M CAPSULES, "AjSii .Kv Sure Cure for TVeafc Men, ae kÁw v provctí byreportsof leadingphyCOÍfftM sicians. State aee in ordermg. KJJSwaffiS %Price, Catalogue Frec. E;HrraLgiá n A A safe and apeedy I rBl i ■■ Mf 1 fil F y cure for Oleet, '!"" BtlSL H K 1 Strlcture and all u cnnatural discharges. PriceSS TÊBÏÏÈW fiREEkSPECIFICgS'íS'ía WSOir a3ancl Skin Dlseases, Scrof. nlonu Sore anflSyphilitio AfTectlons, without mercury. Price, S2. Order from THE PERU DRUG & CHEMICAL 00. ah.2S. 189 Wiacoajiin Street, MILWAXJKEE, WIS. HJAD&HES " fox CURED ( SCLD BY.DRUeaSTM' UGGS' MEDICINE CBT fOK 8AXB St EBERBACH AXD SOS, AKS AEBOR. Estáte of Lyjian S. Wood. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County oí WashteAt a 'ses'sion of the Probate Court for the Countv oí Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the City of Aun Arbor, on Saturdav, the thirtieth day of April in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two. Present, J. Willard Babbitt, Judge oí Probate. In the matter of the estáte oí Lyman b. Wood, deceased. On reading and filing the petition duly yenfied of Pamela Wood, praying that administration of said estáte may be granted to Maurice G. Wood, or some other suitable persou. Thereupon it is ordered, that Tüesday, the tliirty-flrst day of Muy next, af ten o'clock in tile forenobn. be assigned for the hearing of said petition, aud Unit the heirs-atlaw, of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estáte, nre raqarned to appear at a gession of sa:d cour:, theu tobe holden at the Probate Ollice, in the1 City of Ann Arbor, in said County, and show euu-e, ii auy there be, why thc'prnyer of the pentloner should uot bè prranted. Aud it is lurther ordered, that said petitioner gire hVfClce to the persons interested in Bad vi:w,oi the ííudency of said petition. and tne hearing thereof, by cansir.},' a ropy of this order to be publishi.d in the Ann Arbor Cpurier, anewsnaperprinted and eircnlatinK in s.iid Couuty, tbree sncctásive weeks previouslq si.iil day oí hearing. ÍA true copv.l J. WII.LARD BABBITT, Judge of Probate. W. G. HOTY. Probate lïesister. Estáte op Johx Mi Letts. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of WashteAt a session of the Probate Court for the Countv olwashtenaw, holden at the Probate Office ín the city oí Ann Arbor, on Tucsrtny.the twenty-sixtli day of April, in the year one thousand eight liundred aud ninety-two. Pre.ent,J.Villard Uubbitt, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of John M. Letts. ineompeteut. George .1. Crowell, the guardián of saidward, comes into court and represente that he is now iiv]ared to render his anuual account as such guardián. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the twenty-third day of May next, at ten o'clock in the' assigned for examiniugaud allowing such account, and that the next of kin of said ward aud all other persons iuterested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Oflice, in the City of Ann Arbor, in said county. and show cimse.if auy there be, why the said account should not be allowed : and it is further ordered that said guardián give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbor Courier, a newspaper printed and eirculating in said Couuty, three successive weeks provious to said day of hearing. FA true copy.l J. WILLARD BABBITT. Judge of Probate. V. G. Doty, Probate Register. STATE OF MICHIGAN, Coiinty of Washtenaw, ss. At a sessioö of the Probate Court for the County of Washtenaw, holden at Probate OfBos, In the City ( Aun Arbor.ou liomlay. the istli il.-iy of April, in the veair 6ne thonsauci ■ trandred and ninety-two. Present, J, Willard Babbitt, Judgo of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Henry Donslas, deceased, !.evi D. Wlnes, the admintetrator of said estáte, comes into eourt and representa that lie is now prepared to reuder bis final account as such administra tor. Thereupon it is oidered, that Friday, the ■20 tli day of May next, at, ten o'elock in the forenoo'n, be asslgned for examiuins aud allowing such account, aud that the hcirs at law of satd deceased, and all other persons interested In Sald estáte, are reqnired to appear at a sesaion of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Ofiice, in the City of Aun Arbor, in said County, and show cause, if any there be, why the said account should not be alloyed: And it is further ordered, that said Admlnlstrator give notice to the persons interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said account, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbor Courier, anewspaper printed and circulated in said Couuty, three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. J. WILLARD BABBITT, (A true copy) Judge of Probate. W. G. Doty, Probate Register. Shoes rámiiv _n FARGO'S % f Tip" School Shoes ÏSIA ior Bsys and Girls' m IDÏÏ&ta Heeled or Wedge Heel. W AvHSiCV Sizes-8tolOJÍ 81.3S IL ÖFtipFI lltol3a 1-se ■&?■ Tl r itos i.:s 'HMFSSsS' s;. to r,s s.oa itíT FARGO'S lH V $2-50 Caif Shoa ñtlvv for Gentlemen, E C jft fj-N UnequsJed by any ahoe ajf3 W P ferr 7" ' in America at the same (.InOM Lal-f ■ I' ■in-rt -. lim ■BTSBLas tonandíLace. Men'saatí Boy's sizes. crtO FARGO'S m $2.50 LADIES' BOOT k Dongola or Goal, Button, ffSSc, N. Opera, or Ccmmon SensaMMit Tackless and Flexible. IÖUl A5& Warranted the most XÜSÍO!&}ltRn0TfflOE sold at 8.ii JiiS3DyÍágMadcinLadiesandMia DL'R NAKE IS ON THE BOTTOW 0? EVERY SHOE, Ask Tour dealer for Fnrco's Sh x. If lie does net keep them sond to ns and wo wlll turnish you a pair oi reculpt of prk-c. R.ind ixiital for descriptivo list. C. H. J?ABGO & CO., CMcagro, HL DOTY & FEtKER, AGENTS, - ANN ARBOR, ïtfs Water Bad' A very important invention which will be haiied with delight by every body using a stove or range for hot water circulation. After years of ex perience we have succeeded in pro ducing a simple and perfect WATER BACK. It overcomes all the present troubles of extracting lime and other sediments which accurnulate in water backs, often making them useless and in great many instances becoraing dangerous. The outlay of dollars is reduced ta dimes. No household using a range can afford to be without it. No more trouble by using city water for hot water circulation. Can be used in any stove. Ask your stove dealer for Hutzel's Water Back. Mason & Davis Co's. ranges for sale at C. Eberbach are provided with our improvement. Everybody cali and examine this useful invention. HTJTZEL & CO., Plumbers and SteamfitUrs. ANN AKBOR, - - MICH gr'T4ioo3s:B Cotton EOOt tÊÊ COMPOUND ■ ÏBrComposed of Cotton Kont, Tansy and % tj _í Pennyroyal- a recent discovery by an CJold physioian. Js succiAifullti Uêtd monthly- Safe, Effectual. Price SI, by mail, sealed. 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Itwassaid by a pliilosoplier, that "the Goddess of Fortuno offers a Boldeiiopportanity to enchperson atsome period of Ufe; embrace the chance, and shepours out her ricnea; failtodo 6( and she dcparts. vever to retarn." IIow shall you find the golden opportuuityf Invostiate every chance tbat appoars worthy. and of fair pronnse; tbat is what all bucceseful men do. Here is nn opportnnity. sach ns ïs not oftea '.ritliiu thereachot laboriiiRpenple. luipruved, it will give, at least, ii Kfailfl stiirt iu life. The OOLSKM itcportunity for many is here. Mncy to be made rapMlyatid honorably by any indaatriimsperson of ü i tb er sex. Aii ios. Yoa can do the workaud live at home, whoruver yon nrfc Even beginners are eastly eanting from Jöui toSlOror day. Yoa eau do as well ïf you w:ll work, not too hard, but indastrionsly ; and you can increase yoar iucoioe aa yon go on. Yon can gire spare time ui ly, orall your time to the work. Easy to learo. Capital not rerginred. We iUrtyon. All is comparatively new and renlly wonderful. We instruct and show yoa how, free. Fnihire nukiiown amaiig onr workers. No room to expinin here. Write and lourn all free, by retnrn mail L'nwise to dolay. Addrees at once, H. llallef & Co., Kox 88O, l'oi llun.1, Maloe.


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