STYLES. The closing ceremonies of the Art Loan werc witnessed by a number of' Anu Arbor people, and niany comments have been made upon the anclen t costumes worn by the ladies present. What a difference tliere is betwecn the styles of dresses worn now and a hundred years henee ! Nowadays when the laclies of Anu Arbor want a new suit they go at once to the Post Office News Depot and select a neat and desuablo pattern from Willis Boughton's large stock of American and French F.ishion Books. So also fine note paper, linen paper, billet paper, regret and invitation cards, callin cards, business and letter heads are constantly changing in style and the lutest styles can be found at the Post Office News Depot. Newspapers and Magazines are changing every day. New ones appear and disappear, while the standard publications go on improving with each year. Harpers Magazine and the Century have just begun new volumes. No better present can be made a iriend titán a year's subscription to a good paper or magazine. Before subocribinji elsewhere cali at the Post Office News Depot and get club ra tes. WILLIS BOUGHTON, Proprietor. Prof. Martin, the manager of tU rinn of D. Appleton & Co. f or this séuuty, will be in Anrj .Albor a part ofjjföt week, and may be foaodat the Slvjpp&ies Hotel. He' may be addr8sd.thrjfcli"tlie Postoflice, box 1222, or wofáj&y be left for liim at this office. .jg ' In the KootSml 'iÉe line A. M. Doty is inaking fflóod oll'uW&í. llis new advertisementns week wirfïte notlced, and he Is well kfiown in the ef&munity lor his T OCiT WÜP TuesdaSaLÍ5jn Huron St. Jjvü JL ; TWttjveeiyÉBite aiid Main Sts A bound volume'afeHJrpers Magazine, No.55 A rewiud will bc pfiijfc) luider, if left ut the store of D. F. ScliaipBfagL 4 Main St. November 15, yjjB. ". RUPTURE ¦ i EQAU'S IMPERIAL W stamp for circular and qnesliors tn bfl answerod when we will eend yon aTruss OX TJRIAl.. Or, callatthe ofllce.s 50 I0W ÜSED IN ANN ARBCR. S0 Out of wh''ch are 7 permanent cures already. Ench pereon is rel'erred to in our circular. Approved of and used by the BEST MEDICAL MEN OF AXN AEBOR. If yonr case ia a SPECIAL ONE, cal! at the office and be fitted. Office In üamiltou Block. Addreas, IX. V IHPERI.4X TUI SS CO., Box 2288. Aun Arbor, Mich. I have purchased the whole stock and KNOCKEDTHE BOTTOM OUT Of the price of CLOTHIHG, HATS & CAPS And furnishing goods in SHEEHAN & Co. OLD STAND Look at ( h is! Ovcrcoals reduced from $27.00 to $19.00 " $20.00 to $14.50 " " " $15.00 to $11.00 No slioddy in stock, 8ult reduced from $26.00 to $18.00 " ' " $14.50 to $8.00 " " " $10.00 to $6.00 No shoddy suits on hand. The whole stock Is reduced in like proportioa. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS AND TALK IS TALK But it takes but little money to dressup. If you do not believe it coine and see. B. J. COÏTH AD. THE CANDI FACTORY! J. Wm. Hangsterfer Prop. NO. 5 HURON STREET, Opposite Court Hou?e, and BHANCH STORE KC. SS STATE STREET Opposite the University. FRESH CÁNDIES of all KINDS MADE EVERY DAY. Choice Mixed Candy - - 12c lb Choice Broken Fruit Candy - loc lb Chocolate Creain Urop - 20c lb Caramels - - - - - 25c lb Fine French Candy - - - 2uc ld And all otlier Camlies ia proportional low prices. nflTB I m DRÜE STORE, í 11Qj-120r Itcliiiijr Pllcs- Symptoms and Cure. The symptoms are moisture like pers nlration, intense ïtching, increased by ácratching, very distressing, particularly at ni"ht, seems as if pin-worms were crawling In and ibout the rectum; the private parts are sometimes attected. li allowed to continue serious results may follow. "Swayne's Ointment" is n pleasant, sure cure. Also for tetter, ïtch, salt rfceum, scald head, erysipelas, barbera tch, blotches, all scaly, ciusty skin diseases. Sent by mail for 50 cents ; 3 boxes for $1.2.r, (in stamps). Address, Dr. Swayne & Son, Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by Druggists.