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Have "taking ways"- Pickpotkets. Oalled into coramltation- The city directory. ThO Ann Arbor Courier. ThO New York Tribune. OnO year. 91. In advance. LOST- A pair of gold-bowed eye-glasses In black leather case, elther on East Uuiversity avenue, between Monroe and HUI, or west on HUI to State, or on South Twelfth 'street. Keturn to and receive reward at 52 South UtB. Nopri Zesf Orst Up Idpe Ople If you can read the above sentenoe you may receive a reward. To the first person sending the correct answer to the above problem the publishers of Good Nkws will give Seventy-flve Dollars in cash; for the aecond correct answer Fifty Dollars in cash ; for the third correct answer an elegant Gold Wntch; for the fourth correct answer a first-class Boy's or Girl's Safety Bicycle; for the ti f tli a French Music Box : for the aixth a pair of genuine Diamond Earrings ; to the seventh a flrst-class Kodak Camera, with a complete outfit for usiug same; to the eighth a complete Lawn Teunls outfit; for the ninth au elegant pair of Pearl Opera Glasses; to the tenth a Slik Dress Pattern, any color desired. Everyone answering the above puzzle must enclose with the same Thirty Cents in Silver (or ten thrce-cent stamps) for three months' trial subscriptlou. or three aubscribers at ten cents for oue month to Good News, Canada's Literary Xnrxpaper. The envelope which contains correct answer bearing earliest postmark will receive first prize, the balance strictly in order as received. All answers must be niailed on or before the tirst of each month. Name and address of prlze winners will be published in our journal. GOOD NEWS PUBLISHIXG CO., Toronto, Canada. Fine Residence Property for Sale. One of the flnest residente property iu Aun Arbur. Location the best in the city. A large brick house, furnace heat, and uil modern imlrovements, hot and cold water, bath, and in [act all the convenieuces to make a model home ; a fine barn on this property. Also 1 lot in same nelghborhood. A suftable house for a society, as tne lots on either side of the house I can be bought also. For particulars eall at Courier Okfice. Teachers' Examinations Examinations of teachers In Washtenaw county, lor the ensulng school year. wlll be held as follows: The regular examlnatlon will be held each year on the first Thursday oí March and August at the county aeat. Applicants for all gradea can only be exainlned at these dates. Special examinations wlll be held at: Ann Arbor, last Friday of Aug., '92. Ypsilanti, last Friday of Sept., '92. Ann Arbor, last Friday of Oct., '92. Ann Arbor. last Friday of Mar., '93. MARTIN J. CAVANAÜGH, Oom. Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Co, "C. & B. LINE." Remember that commencing with opeuing of uavigatiou (May 1, 1S93) this company will place Ín eommission exclusively between CLEVELAND AND BUFFALO A Daily Line of the Most Magnificent Sicte-Wheel Steel Steamers on the Great Lakes. Steamer will leavc either city every evcniug (Suuday included), arriving at destination the foUowlñg momiug in time tor business and all train conuections. QUICK TIME. UNEXCELLED SERVICE, LOWRATES. For fiill particulars see later issues of this paper, or address T. F. NEWMAN, H. R. ROGERS, Geni Manager, Geu'l Passenger Agt.r CLEVELAND, O. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE 11 rior Saviigs Bank At Ann Arbor Michigan, at the close of busiuess. Dec. 81, 1892. RESOURCES. Loausand discounts $449,781 32 Stocks, bouds, mortgages, etc 398,844 40 Overdrafts... 3.268 81 Due from banks in reserve cities 119,980 87 Due from other banks and bunkers 520 84 Bankine house, furuiture and flxtures 26,427 92 Due from School District No. 1, A.A 1,244 60 ühecks and cash items 1,892 91 Nickels and uennies 107 65Gold coin 19,00000 Silvercoin 2300 00 U.S. and National Bank notes... 14, 323 00 Total ljOe4U4 8S LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid iu $50,000 00 Surplusfund 100.000 00 Uudivided profits 45,585 52 Dlvidcnds uupaid 2.956 00 Individual deposits 203,040 5;; Certificates of deposit 5S.919 00 Savings deposits 578,74:; 27 Total 1.034,l4 8S STATE OF MICHIGAN, Couuty of WashteI1HW. SS. I, Charles E. Hiscock. ('ashier of the abovtuamed bank, do solemuly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. CHAS. E. HISCOCK, Cashier. Correct- Attest: Christian Mack, W. B. Smith, L. Uruner, Directors. Subscribed and sworu to before me this 3d day of January, 1818, MICHAEL J. FRITZ.Notarv Public. Drunkenness or the Llquor Habit Posltlvely Cured by administering Dr. Halnes' Colden Soeclfic. It ia manufactured as a Dowder. whLch can be given in a Klaas of beer, a cup of coftee or tea, or in food without the knowlegde of the patiënt. It ia absolutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and Bpeedy cure, whether the patiënt is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreek. It has been glven in thousands of cases, and in every instance a perfect cure has followed. It never falla. The system once Impregnated with the Speclfic, it becomes an utter impoeBlblHty for the liquor appetite to exifit. Oures guaranteed . 48 page book of particulars free. Addreea GOLDEN SPECIFIC Co., 185 Race st., Cincinnatl. O. KsTATE OF LvMAN S. WoOD. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of At asessionof the Probate ('ourt for the County of Washtenaw. holden at the Probate Office in the city of Anu Arbor, ou Saturday, the teiith day of December, iu the year onêthousand, eight huudred aud uiuety-two. Present, J. Williard Babbitt, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Lymau S. Wood. deceased. Mnurice G. Wood, the adininistrator of said estáte, comes into court aud representa that he is uow prepared to render his fiual account as such administrator. Thereupou itisordered that Friday, the sixth day of January next, at ten o'cloek in tbe forenoou. be assigned for examiuing and allowiiiK such account, and that the heirs-at-law of said deceased, and all others persons interested iu said estáte, are required toappear at a session of said court theu to be holden at the Probate Office in the city of Aun Arbor. in said County, and show cause, if auy there be, why the said account should not be allowed : And it is further ordered, that said administrator 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 Aun Arbor Courier, a newspaper printed and oirculatlng in said county, tbree successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. J. WILLARD BABBITT, (Atrueeopy.) Judge of Probatk. Wm. G. Doty, Probate Register,


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