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Day
23
Month
November
Year
1883
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Public Domain
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STYLES. The closing ceremonies of the Art Loan were witnessed by a numbcr of Ann Aror people, and many cominents have een made upon the anclent costunies worn by the ladies present. What a difference there is between the tyles of dresses woru now and a hunilred 'ears henee ! Nowadays when the ladies of Ann Albor want a new suit they go at once to the Post Office News Depot and elect a neat and desirable pattern from Willis Boughton's large stock of American and Frenen Fashiou Books. So also fine note paper, linen paper, billet paper, regret and invitation cards, calling cards, business and letter heads are eonstantly changing in style and the latest tyles can be found :it the Post Office ïïews Depot. Newspapers and Magazines are changng every day. New o'ies appear and lisnppcar, while tic Standard publications go on improving witli eacli year. Harers Magazine and the Oentury have just egan new volumes. No better present can be made a friend than a year's subcription to a good paper or magazine. ïefore subscribing elsewhere cali at the ?ost Office News Depot and get club rates. WILLIS BOUGHTON, Proprietor. What Next. - Our enterprisinghardvare merchunt has astonished the natives vith a grand display of fancy and heavy Sewing Machine work in the window of 31 South Main St. Mr. Schuh has been a long time in making and procuring the display, and as usual has met with grand success. The work is all made on the Davis Verticle Feed Family Sewing Machine. No lady should fail to see the display. FOR SALE! A LITTLE FARM OF 56 ACRES ! Just south of the city Umita. Rich soil for mising garden truck. Ciood House, Barn and Slieds. Apply to W. W. WIIEDON. iSlfll Oí lastSunday night will be on sale in pamphlet iorin early next weekst BOÜGHTON'S NEWS STAND PRICE 15 CENTS. Outof-town people can send theamount to the Coürikb office whence It will be forwarded by mail. Ever; one Pusht to Beau il! RUPTURE "ÏGAN'SIMPEBIAL and Queslton to be nnpwered when we will eend yon a Trusa OM TRIAIi. Or, cali at the office. 50 NOW USED IN ANN AU01. 50 Ont of which are 7 permanent cures already. Each person is referred to in our circular. Approved of and used by the BEST MEDICAL MEN OF ANN ARBOR. If your case is a SPECIAL ONE, cali at the office and be fitted. Office in hamilton Block. Address, KOAW'S IHPEHIAt TBISS CO., Box 228b. Ann Arbor, Micn. I have purchased the whole stock and KNOCKED THE BOTTOM OUT Of the price of CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS And furnishing goods in SHEEHAN & Co. OLD STAND Look at this! Overcoals reduced from $27.00 to $17.00 " " " $20.00 to $14.50 . " " $15.00 to $11.00 No slioddy in stock, Suits reduced from $26.00 to $18.00 " $14.50 to $8.00 m M " $10.00 to $G.OO No shoddy suits on liand. The whole stock is reduced in iike proportion. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS AND TALK IS TALK But it takes but little money to dress up. If you do not believe it come and see. B. J. COXTRAD. ïlCÏNDY FACTOR?! J. Wm. Hangsterfer Prop. NO. 5 HURON STREET, Opposite Court House, and mm STORE NO. 36 STATE STREET Opposite the University. FRESH CÁNDIES of all KINDS MADE EVERY DAY. Choice Mixed Candy - JÍO lb Choice Broken Fruit Candy - lic b Chocolate Creani Drop - 20c Ib Caramels 'c ]h. Fine French Candy - - - 2oc ld And all otuer Candles in proportional luw prices. lllQODWl M DS55 ilfflE, k 1162-1200

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Ann Arbor Courier
Old News