OF ANN ARBOR AND WASETENAW COÜNTï. As willhe noticedin another column of this paper, I have honght the interest of Mr. J. Koch in the FmI niture business of Koch & Halier witb the intention to carry on Fumiture business at the same place with full as large assortment of goods as the ola firm ever canied. 1 shall make every effbri to always have on hand the best assortment and latest designs of Bedroom, Parlor, Dining, Library and Office i 'irniture and j especially for the spring trade my stock is most complete and certainly will enable any one to make a suii able selection. ï also make to order in all kinds oí wood. Desks special patterns in Desks, Book Cases, Cabinets, Tables, Mantels, Dresseis, Cfhiffoniers, and i will guarantee satisfaction. Manufacturing Furnitme myself I can lili 'any desired style of Sofa, Boeker, Lounge, Easy or Èeception Chair. In Drapery 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 H ALLER, ( CCKSSOIÍ 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.