THE SOXG OF THE "No. 9." My dress is of fine polished oak, As rich as the finest f ur cloak, And for handsome design You just sbould pee mine - Xo. 9, Xo. 9. I"m beloved by the poor and the rfch, For both I impartially stitch ; In the eabin I shlne, In the mansion I'm fine- Xo. 9, No. 0. I never get surly nor tired, With zeal I ahvays am fired; To hard work I incline, For rest I ne'er pine- Xo. 9, No. 9. I am easily purchased by all, Wlth instalments that monthly do f all; And when I am thine, Then life is benign- Xo. 9, Xo. 9. To the Paris Exposition I went, Upon getting the Grand Prize intent; I lef l all behind, The Grand Prize was mine- Xo. 9, Xo. 9. At the Universal Exposition of 1889, at Paris, France, the best sewing machines of the world, including those of America, were in competitiou. They were passed upon by a jury composed of the best foreign mechanica! experts, two of whom were the leading sewing machine manufacturera of Franee. This jury, after exhaustive examination and tests, adjudged that the Wheeler & Wilson machines were the best of all, and awarded that company the highest prize offered- the GIÍAXD PRIZE- giving other compauies only r and bronze medals. The French goyernment, as a further recogni superiority, decorated Mr. Nathaniel Wi.'olcr, president of the company, with the Cross of the Legión of Ilonor- the most prized honor of Brance. The Xo. 9, for family use, and the No, 12, for mnnufacturing uses, are the best in the world to-dav. And now, when you want a sewing machine, if you do not get the best it will be your own faiilt. Ask your sewing machine dealer for the Xo. 9 "Vheeler & Wilson machine. If he doesn't keep them, write to us for deseriptive catalogue ana erms. Agents wanted in all unoceiipied terriory. WUEELEK & WILSON J1FG. CO. Chicago, 111. FOR SALE BY Michael Staebler, Ann Arbor, Micb. nrv n m i pRfp e-. o U k N K w fewatt ff mm íflEr " Si1 l Jr af fefe. J&xM Zj&sLwLr Mixw tirackeeper. Warrantedheavr, niSKwMpland valuÉ.blp of liount-riold 'ftfiö?iiSample. These miyiles, i well niTEDj"the watc( „ free. All the work you Qflld do is to ihow what we tend you to tbose who cali- your fritndi And neighbortand thoM about you- that alwaysreaulU in raluable trade for ui, which bold foryeari when once sUrted, mul thus we are repaid. We pay all expresi, freight, etc. After you know all, if you would lik to go to work for ut. you car. earn irom SïO to SOO per week and upwardj.-Addn-bs, ht iiuon A Co.. Box 81 'Z. Portland, Maine. H. KITREDGË7 No. 6 West Ann Street. LIlW.H.HMlllB.llili.líEME. In the rear of Edward Duffy's gTOcery store. Hack to all train6, day and night. Orders for trains, parties, wedding-s and funerala promptly attended to. Telephone, 108 Ann Arbor Mich. TRUCK l STORA&E. Now we are ready with a NEW BEIOK STOSEHOUSE Eor the storage of household g'oods, pianos books, stovee, etc . Jlovinjf of househeld goods and pianos carefully done. All kinds of heavy andlightdraying. Freight work. C. E. GODFREV, Re6idence and office 46 Fourth Avenue North B"Telephone 82._ MARTIN & FISCHER. PROPRIETOR8 OF THE WESTERN BKEWERY AN'N ARBOK. MICH Brewers of Pure Lasrer Beer. piRE INSURANCE. CHBISTIAN MáOK, Agent for the following First Class Companics, representing over twenty-ciiiht Million Dollars Assets, issues policiee at the loweat ratea iEtna of Hartford $9,192.644.(11.' Franklin of Phila 3J18,7]3,00 Germania of jST. Y 2,700,729.00 American of N.Y. 4,065,968.0" London Assurance, Lond'n l,41H,788.0( Michigan F. & H., Detroit 287,608.00 N. Y. Underwritera, N. Y. 2,596,679.00 National, Hartford 1 ,774,505.00 Phenix, Ü.Y 3,759,036.00 #"Speeial actentiou givoo u tbe ui dweHínií, scboola. chu relies aud public building h tenas ot tbree and live venra Hangsterfer'S Frcnch Hand-Made BON BONS 25c Box. Put up in 1 Ib. Fancy Boxes. SOLP EVERYWJÍERE At 40c and 50c. MADE EVERY DAY. 28 South Main Street. M. P. VOGEL. DEALER IN Fresh, Salt and Smoked iWeats And game In season. 22 s:uiO2r strekt AAAAAAYF'AKI T undcrtalce to brltOr il" "I 11 I ilit"chnyfitlyinttlü(;fntiicroiiofïillier m % I I Ifcx, nho can read and write. flnd whts f' 11 ■ I I I l"f" ' instruí tion, vi 11 nork iiiclustriouilT, 1P W W V how to euro Thre Thouiand Uollir. ïesrintheirownloi-nlities.wheri-vertheylive.I wilUlsoruniiBb ihc Ituation ortmploymcnt.at which you cn earn thatamouuL No mouey for meunlcsB succeMful as abov. Eatilyand quickly Uaniiil. I desire bnt one worker from ach district orcounty. 1 have alrady taugrht and jjrovided with mpluyment a larga number, whoarnmkMig over 98000 a yeareach. IuA'EW i tml SOTI1. Full tiarticulars F1CEE. Address at onc, E. C, ALLE.V, fiox 4SO, Augmln, Jluüit, '