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The Öld Doctors Prew blood, modern doctors cle&mse it ; henee the increased demand for AlteratiTes. I ia now weU known that most dieease are due, not to o ver-abundance, hut to impurity, oí the Blood; and it j9 qually well attested tliat do blood medicine is so efficacious as Ayer's Sarsaparilla. " One of njy children had a lrge sore break out on the leg. We applied „imple remedies, íor a while, thinking tbéerewouMshortly heal. Bratitgrew worse. We sought medical advic, and wére told that an alterative medicine tras neeessary. Ayer's Sarsaparilla being Recommended abore all othera, we used it with marvekras resultB. The sore heaJed and health and strength rapidly returned." _ J. J. Arm8trong, Weimar, Texas. "I find Ayer's Sarsaparilla to be an admirable remedy for the cure oí blood diseases. I prescribe it, and it does the workevery time." - E. L. Pater, M. D., Manhattan, Kansas. "We have gold Ayer's SaTsaparilla here for over thirty years and always recommend it when asked to name the best blood-purifier." - "W. T. McLeaii, Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. " Ayer's medicines continue to be the standard remedies in spite of all competition."- T. W. Kichmoud, Bear Lake, Mich. Ayer's Sarsaparifla. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Price $1; six bottle, $5. Worth $5 a botUe. piRE INSURANCE. CHRISTIAÑ MATO, Agent for the followinK FirefClsssComp presenting over twenty-eight Million Dollars Aesosts, issues pilicies at the loweet rates Etna of Hartford $9,192,644.0 Franklin of Phila 3,118,713,06 Germania of N. Y 2,700,729.90 American of N.Y. 4,06ö,968.8 London Assurance, Lond'n 1,416,788.6O Michigan F. & M., Detroit 287,6ÜS.ÖS N. Y. Underwritors, N. Y. 2,596,679.6(! National, Hartford 1 ,774,505,60 Pbenix, N. Y. ; . 3,759,038 -8Special attentioD given to the nsurance ui dwellingH, schoüla, eburches aï)d public buildingt on terras of three and tive years. HoiVey pee. Yon never can obtaia, xcept at fabulous prices, cofEe that will better suit your taste than the eelebrated Iiï M He SOLD BI E. WAGNER, who is making 1 UI in i SPEDIALTT. He also has a fine line of Groceries and Proyisions, Glassware, Tobacco, etc. The proof of the pudding is th eating, se try buying your groceries of WAGNER, 33 S Main Street, Ann Arbor. THE ANN AHBOS SAVÏHGS EA1TK ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN. Capital paid in $50,000.00 Capital Security - $100,000.00 Traracts a general Banking business; buys ftnd sells Exchanges on New York, Detroit and Chicago sells tlrafts on all the principal cities of Eu rope; also, sells Passage Tickets to Liverpool, Iondon and Glasgow, via. the Anchor Line of Sttam ships, whose rates are lower than most otheriirstclass lines. This Bank, already having a larj;e business, ;nvitt merchants and others to open accounts with thei with tlie assurance of the most liberal dealin consistent with safe banking-. In the Saving-s Department interest is paitl semi annually, on the first days of January and July. on all sun-s that were deposited three months previou to those days, thus affording the pcoplc of this city and county a perfe"'v depository for their funds, together wjtn t airreiarn in interest for the same. Mony to Taoaii on Approved Secui ities IhRECTORS- Christian Mack, W. W. Wines, W D. Harriman, Daniel Hiscock, Wm. Deubel, and Willard B. Smith. OïTICERS : CHRISTIAN MACK, W. W. WINES, President. Arice President. CHAS. E. HISCOCK, Cashier. } W í A BOOK AGENTS A Ai AA HIGH TERMS Agenta who bar boa fm lucneu ihftuld wnte stin lettbb (act postal cards) mj f boeks, at, aumbei ola ín what lime.irhat terms rectiveë (m,l Pabtioulaks), r.i fctftim frm n ÏW PLAN and SXTKAOKBIHAKT D1SCOONH U kettar themaelvri muiir aá fftst-Mlllng kook. HENRY BÜCKX.IN A C!O., 8T. LOUIS, MO SïYEARBOÜKra Pallf isformatioo. Discui.ïiii r grttt problems, l'.riTy t Miif Dl B(I tcai'll-i should hftY it. iBHtilKtiSB In II t ruit f Cllteoa. Tníti-n re: Poitnj f Yer Book four cents. L, X. FibKK, I'liE&lDEUT, ALlilON, MICH. Agents Wanted t '? tsa most cerapletft popular family physician book everprodaced, SeleotsomethingTflOHOiiOHl-y ÜSMPDL, Of TKUR TALUE, nd MÜBS r lWaJTI oro nd Urg. ENTIRKLT JSTKW, up to the 'Kry Istfüt science, yet in plin language. A GRSAT KOTBL.TY in all it parU and attiact Initant attention. 250 engrevings. Tbs mMt profuselj and beautifnllv ülustraied book of the klad rer got op. BE8T OF ALL, it is BY FAB tb LOWKST-rRlCED erer pnblished- len than kalf tb cost of a.tT deoent Tolum jet out. Afents who are tired of trugïlinf with bighpriced cooka, write for partioulars of this graat new partiré in bookselliqar. PLANKT PUBLISHING CO. 208 Pin Btret, ST. LOUIS, MO. 8idy'B tisre gJTn Ageote without capital. - ) .PLACE Un Tho "WBt xs y ■J to get a Business Education, fl TyiyTi learn Shorthand or Spencerv -d-sCt ian Pennraanship, ig at the DKTROITJBÜSINKSS UNIVKIÍSITY, Detroit, Mich. Establiehed 1860. Elegant oat&logue íree.


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