Attention G. A. R. For the G. A. K. National Encampment at Pittsburg in September, the T,., A. A. & N. M. R'y will make special reduced rates from all stations on lts line.. Tickets on sale Sept. 5th to 9th limited to S-eptember 25th. Cali on our agents for particulars. TV. H. BENNETT, Sep9. Gein'l. Pass. Agt. A Household Treasure D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y., says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house, and his family has always found the very best results íoIIoav its use ; that he would not be without it, if procurable. G. A. Dykeman Druggist, Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cough remedy ; that he has used it in liis family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy 60 long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at The Eberbach Drug & Chemical Co's Drugstore, an3 Geo. T. Haeussler, Manchester. Kegular size 50c and $1.00 Farm for Sale. Farm to rent one and one-hali miles froni Chelsea, Mich. I wish also to sell one pair of good work liorses. harnesK and other tools necessary for carrying on the farm work, and will tlake simall payment down and balance on time. Thls is a good chance for the right man. For particulars cali at Courier Office, Ann Arbor, Mich. Try the New Fig Honey. Honey mixed with, a nice extract of California figs, etc., make "Honey öf Figs," tne most delicious of all gentle cures for Constipation, Colcis, Fevers, Nervousness and Disordered Kidmeys. Californians greatly prefer it to simple syrup. Old folks enjoy it and babies lore it. The Fig Homey Co., or San Francisco make it. No otüier laxative is so soothing or eells so well. Large bottles (50 doses) 50 cents. Trial size 10 cents. In tihis ag-o of progress be wise and get tlie best. Eberbach & Son, Agents for Ann Arbor. Central Mills producís are of the best. Ask your grocer for our F-uckwbeat flour,, guaranteed pure, for Gold Dust, a granulated meal raade írora the choicest Nebraska corn, for the old reliable, the Wliite Loaf brand and for the Jumbo, Patent Flour. If your grocer does not supply them, send your order direct to the mili, i Telephone 90. ALLMENDINGER & SCHNEIDER. For the Bay View Camp Meeting and Chautauqua Asseanbly at Day View, llicli., July lOth to August 15tu the T, A. A. & N. M. R'y will make ates of one fare for the round trip, tickets for sale at all stations from Tuly Otil to 18th, limited to return untü Aug. lGth. W. II. BENNETT, JulylS. Geax'l. Pas. Agt. June 5tli, July 5th, August 7th, Sept. 4tli, October 23, November 6th, and December 4th, 1804. On tho above dates this company ■will Bell round trip Land Seeker's Idekets from Toledo, O., at one firstla-s lLmited fare for tb.e round trip, good for twcuty days) to points in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, xraifiieuna, Mississippi, Xorth Carona, Soutli Carolina, Tonnesee aud "irginia. For ratos and informaion, apply to D. B. Traoey, N. P. A., 58 Joííersoa are., Detroit, or D. G. Idwards, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Cineinnati, O. (Inlike the Dutch Process tNo Alkalies Otlier Chemicals are used in the preparation of W. Baker & Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa, which is nbsolutely pure and soluble. It has more than three times the strength of Cocoa misled with Stareh, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is far more economical, cosiing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, and easilt DIGESTED. Sold by Crocers everywhere. W. Baker & Co„ Oorciiester.Mass, ADIRONDA n- mpi TRADB MARK ummmm Wheeler'syl He art f V& and m ---- Nerve r" POSITIVELY CURES HE&RT DISEASE. NERVOUS PROSTR&TIOH, EPILEPSY. Sleeplessness and all derangement oí the Nervou3 System. Unexcelled for Restless Babies. Purely Vegetable, guaranteed free from opiates. One-hundred full size doses, 50 cents. M. D. Bailey, Receiving Teller Grand Rapids (Mich.) Savings Bank, says he cannot say too mncfa in favor of " Adironda," Wheeler's Heart and Nerve Cure. Prepared by 'H'hfieler & Fuller Medical Co., Cedar Springs, Mich. Sold by John Moore, - Druggist. Northern Michigan Resorts Few places offer so many ndvantges for tired people as clo the popular resorts on the shores oí Lake Michigan and its tributary bays. Bay View, Petoskey, Harbor Springs, Gharlevoix, Traverse Gity, and Grand Traverse Bay Resorts are peculiarly inriting during the hot weather The braciug air, cool nights ánd íreedoni f rom diitit contribute to make this región a natural sanitarlum, for the recuperation of exhausted energies. To those iuterested, Bav View offers special advantages in thegreat Chatauqua course and Assembly. held in Julyand August, the program of which will be of unusual excellence this year, comprising classes in nianv branches of learuing and lectures by noted professors and teachers from the highesf colleges aud universities of tliis country. The Way to Reach these RESORTS IS VIA. TUK CHICAGO AÍÍD WEST MICHIGAN Railway, which runs through the entire region, and is kuown as " The Hceuic Line," on aocuunt of the beautiful scenery through which it passes, traversing the shorês of lakès, rivers, and bays, for miles, which. with the splemiid service offered by this line makes the trip a delightful one. Throngh parlor and sleeping cars from Detroit to Petoskey and Bay View, are run during July, August and September; via. the Detroit, Lansing & Northern Railroad to Grand Rapids, tlieuce via. the C. & V. M. Tourist tickets at reduced raies are sold at principal stations on these and other liues from .June lst to Bept. 30- good to return until Oct. SI. GEO. DeHAVEN, Geni Pass's Agent, Grand Rapids, Michigan. %_ P. S.- Send for our book, "Tours in Michigan. Estáte of Adam 1). Seyler. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtenaw, ss. At a sessiou of the Probate Courtfor the County of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Aim Arlior, on Mouday, the 2fith day of May, in tlie year one thousand eight ln'indred and ninety-f'our. Present J. Willard Babbitt, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estáte of Adam D. Scyler, deceased. On readlng and 611 ng the petition. dulv ined 01 h.dvard h. Seyler. pr&ying that administr&tion of said estafe may hè granted to liimaeli and Julius V. Seyler, or some other suitable person. Thereupon it is ordered, that Jlondny, the 25th day of June uext, at ten o'cloci in the forenoon, be assierned for the hearing of Baid petkion, and that the hélr-at-lawa of sald deceased and all other persons interested in Bald estáte, are required to appear at a ses■ aaid Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office In the City of Ann Arbor. and sliow cause, !f any there be, why the prayer of i lic pctitioner should not be granted. Aml it is fnrther ordered. that sald vetitioner jive notlce to the persons Interested In Bald estáte, of the pendency of said petitlon,and hearing thereof, by causlng a eopy of thls order to be published In the Ann Arbor Courier, a newspapef printed and circulated in snid eounty, three successiye weeks previous to said day of hearing. J. WILLARD BABBITT. (A true eopy.) Judgo of Probate. Wm, G. Dott, l'robate Register.
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