OF ANN ARBOR AND WASHTENAW COÜNTY. As will be noticedin another column ofthis paper, I have bought the interest of Mr. J. Koch in the Finniture business of Koch & Maller with the intention to carry on Furniture business at the same place with full as large assortment of goods as the old firm ever cariied. 1 shall make every efTort to always have on hand the best assortment and latest designs of Bedroom, Parlor, Dining, Library and Office furniture and especially for the spring trade my stock is most complete and certainly will enable any one to malse a suitable selection. ï also make to order in all kinds oí wood, Desks special patterns in Desks, Book Cases, Cabinets, Tables, Mantels, Dressezs, Chiffbniers, and will guar antee satis faction. Manufactiiring Furnitme myself I can HU any desired style of Sofa, Hoeker, Lounge, Easy or Éeception Chair. In J)rapery I carry an extensive line of Turcomans, Madras, Tapestry, Crete, Silk, and Lace Curtains. Hoping to receive a shaie of your kind patronage I remain ivspectfully, MARTIN HALLER, SUCCESSOR TO KOCH & HALLER, 52 SOUTH MAIN Sc 4 WEST LIBERTY STREET. For the accomodation of my customers repairing of furniture of all kinds will be atended with care.