Business Locáis. We direct attention to the invitation of M. S. Smith & Co., the leading Detroit jewelers and dealers in eems, in our advertising columns to-day. Our readers who visit Detroit ,shouldnot fail to cali at the establishment of' Messrs. Smith & Co. Their display oí' gems is alone sufficient to repay a visit. All who cali on them are sure to meet with a cordial welcome, whether the ubject of the vi.sit is to purebase or not. To ni Frlends and Patrons: I have now in stock n Circat Varicty of itlcnii' and Boys' Clothin, Mens' and Bo)V Hal and Caps, and I know it will bc to your interest to inakc your purchases of me. I am detcrmlncd to move a good inuny goods this spriny and Slimmer and have made prices tliat will insure it. Ag I stated in my ad vertiseiuent last Winter, tlierc was no excuse for high prices tiiat was so mucli talkcd of by ome, and alrcady tlierc is bcginning to bc a decline in prlces. Slncc my return home, I have made somc heavy purchases at from TEM to TWEMTY per cent. Icss ilian thcy w bought for carlicr, hencc my absence -was a benefit to me iin--1-" " ?' as i-'-j 'M-allj. Icandidly believc I am i-l lilis: suits from 5O cents to 2.0O each Icss 1 lian any othcr House in the State of Michigan, and Hats from 25 cents to $1.00 less cach. I have opened a Branch In Dcxtcr, for a short time, as an outlct for the lira j parehMM I have been making rccently. Don't 1 hink of buylng a cent's worth uut il you have seen my stock. JOE T. JACOBS, The Clothler.