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ARK N(jV Ol'r.N'iAÍÍ, iihtjiCT FKÖM i'CBLTSHKRS AND Manulacturers, a New and Complete stock of LAW & MEDICAL llüüKS, School Bookt, Miscellaneous Books, Blank Books, dan Wall and Window Paper, Drawing und rathpinaticalTa.struments. Slusic, Juveuilc Libraries, Envelopes, luks aud C.iids. ' GOLD And all otlier kinds of Pens and Penáis Windoxv Cornice, Shades and Fixture, POCKET CUTLEKY! AntK'verytliing perlaininjf to the trade, and more to whichthey would invite the ittention of the country. Inconductingour business, we h hall do all that can he done, so that no rcasonable man. woman or child sliall flnd any fault. We possessfacilities which wlll enable us to supply ourstomorK at tlie Lowest Possible Figures. We propose to sellfor RE AJÍ Y PAT, at a imall advance. We expecta proflt on our goods, but Cash Sales will Admit of low FIGURES. The1 'Empire RookStokk'ís nmnned by agood 'crew,' nd they wilt always be fbund on the "quaxter decJt," ready and wilüng to attend to all with pleasure, wlio wil] favor them with a cali. Kemember the "Empire Book Store." JAMI5S R. WEBSTER & Co. Ann Arbor, May, 1860. 7Jg llifie F actor y! Beutier & Traver, [íiuceessors to A. J, Siitherlunil.] Manufacturera of and Dealers in Guns, Pistols, Ammumtion Flasks, Pouilies Gamt Bags, and Everjother article il that Line. AH kinds of done at the Bhortsst notice, a.nd in tne ijest manner. t. f uil assortment alvrays k?pt on hand auii made order. ='B Shop corner Main and Washington streel. Ann Arlor, Oct. t;, l?o-. 87tf LET TH 13 PEOJPJLE For Providence kas again Crowntd our Arms with Succcsa I -AKDA. C, LQE8, OF THE CLEVELAND CLOTOISfi liüUSS, arenow offcring to the citizftas of Washtenaw county, and the State of Michigan generally, A LARGER AND BETTER SELEGTED STOCK OP SPRING & SÜMMER GOODS, than was ever before Ijrougbt to this city, which we wiüsell Cheaper than any House west of New York! Our stock consista of Ready-Made OJothing, HA.TS, TRUNKS, VALISES, Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c,, and in conclusión wo would say to all wlio want tobuv GOOD (JOODS AT LO HT FR1CES, to cali at the Cleveland Clothing House, fivedoorswest of Cook's Hotel, andyou willsave money by doing so. a. feG.tOÊB. N.B.- Don't forget to cali before purchasim; elsewhere. Ann Arbor, May lst,18S3. 3m902 BOOT SHOE N. B. COLS, (Successor to Moore & Loomis,) has openeda store in ■ the FRANKLIN BUILDINGS, Main street, Ann Arbor, and haa on hand a hugo asBOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS,1 manufactured from thp best muf erml and warranted to give satislaction, cousistiitfr of MEN'S Kir, CALF AND THICIC BOOTS, Dl)UBt,E SOLK MEN'S BUI FALO OVÈrSHOES, of all descnptions. A-DIES GAITERS, Moroceo Booteez, Balmorals, Feit Overshoei, and Rubbers. Alsn, Boj 's Kip, Calf & Thick lioots, together wilh n variety nf CIIILDKEN & YOUTH'S SIIOES. I km nlso niniinfiiiimii, WARRANTED BOOTS & SIIOES. Men's Fine Freneh Calf üoofs Pegrgd and Sewed. Slvemeacsll before purchasing elsewhcre I will sell my Kooas r.lieap tor caf-h. IïEPAIRING NEATLY DONE AND ON SHORT NOTICE. Alm Arbor, Jan. 1.1th,lSC3. ' 'sS7tf Oval PicttmTFrames LLsrZES STYI.ES aadPHICES just recoWed and lx. forsalu clifajüit CHOFF & MILLER'S 18eO.Dce.26, 7Ji(u, L am Bound for i. GUITERMAN i CO'S Uispule the fact if you can, It takes the TAILOlt after all to give appearance to the outer man. If you wish to appear well You must accordingly Dres3 Well. Go to M. Guitorman & Co's,, Thore you will find things exactly SO. SONDHEIM nUxnya roady to take your measnre, GtlITERMAN will sell you Goods witb great pteasure, At figures LOWER tban you will find in iho Statte, Take hoed - -cabl eaki.y, else vou are too LATE. The inducemextS are now greater than ever, Our Clerks you will find obliging and clever. We will show you gföod CLOÏHING of our own okttingup, Filling our Store from Bottom to top. STÜDENTS eapecially will find it to TH Kilt ADVANTAGB, Por it takes but L1TTLE MONEY to replenish. 1500 OVERCOATSof OIoth, Beaver, and Bear, Warranted i'or alinost ever to wear. COATS of Cloth and CasBimere of our OWn IMI'ORÏATION, Forwarded through our New York relations. From England, Belgium, Germany and France, Such as you can stand up in. or wear, at the dance. Pants ! Pants ! ! Pants ! ! ! Fanoy CASSIMERES and DOESKIN oí everv grade, We sell thera froin ONE DOLLAR up tO EIGHT. VESTS, &C, of every description, You will find it eo without fictioD, Furniehing appauels From SHIETS to UMBRELLAS. This 53 all -se say uow, Therefore v;e make our bow. Yonrs truly, ever so, M. GÜITERMAW. fe Co., r risdon&hender'soín I?íf,"ro tilo BÜOKBYB GRAM DRILL, and Grass Seed Eoer, Manufactured at Springfield, Ohio. rplIR VERY LATEST IMPROVEMENT, and betterthan í all others; adapted to sowing Wheat, Rye, Oats. Barley and Grass Seed. lst. It has a Rotary Feeder. 2d. Will sow all kinds of Orain i and Grass Seed. 3d. Never iunches the Orain ' éth. Wever bréales the Orain. 5th. Sows Grass Seed broadcast behindthe Drill. : BfJi. Has high wTieeh and long Hoes. 1t7i. Has long and wide steel points. Sth. It has a land measure or Surveyor. t 9tA. Jt has doublé and single rank drills. ( lQth, It has a self adjusting shut off i slide. It is neatly and substantially made. Tkcre is bardly a Drill ofifered in the market but can boast of more or less FIRST PREMIUMS?1 Tlioy are aboutas imliscriminately bestowed as the title of "Professor," which is sometimes applied to the f "fiddler" or " ioolblack." They cease to convey tho idea oïmcrit. i The Uuckeye Drill has been on Exhibition at quite a mimber of Statenlid County Kairs, and without seeking favor at the hands of any Committee, has received its full sliare of l'riimiuma. TESTIMONIALS : We give the foUowmg Dames of a few Farmers in th's vicinity wao have bought andused tlieBuckeveUrill Godfrey Millar, Sclo. Jacob Polliemus " JacubTiemper, " Thomiis White, Northfield. John BrokrtTV, . Cliri.stiau Kapp, Edwiird Boyden, Webster. James Treadwt-ïl, AnnArbor Daniel Ü'Hftra, " " JohnG. Cook, Lodl. 0. A. Marshall, " L. KMnicnHs, Saline. George Cropsey, Green Oak, Liv. Co. Wü arealso Agenta for the Ohio Heaper & Mower, acknowledged tcbe tüe very best Ín use. "We are just in receipt of 100 Grain Oradles Wliich we will sell CUeap. Also r lareassortinout o Grrass Scythes. And the largcst aud best selected stock of BENT STUFF FOR CARRIAGESever before oitered in this market. We iiiso keep a largeand ftill NAII-S, GLASS, PUTTY, PAINT.and LTNSEED OIL. A complete awsortment of STOVES, TINWAEE, ANTI EAVE TROÜfiHSahvays on hand and put np atthe sliortest uotice. PISDON 4: HENI)ErSON. Ann Arbor, Junc20th,lB. Ï99tf 1868. 1868. SPRING COODS! AT Re duce d Prices ! Just receiving at C. H. MILLEN'S MAIN STREET, ANN ARBOR. April 17, 1863. 4w900. 1863. spring. 1863. O ■ We are iiow opening A Large and Beautiful sssortment of STAPLE AND FANCY Dry Goods! LADiES' DRESS GOODS in great variety, RÏEBONS. -Ox-oss Tr-ia3Q.ixix.B d;c. Also a large stock of Goods for Mens' We ar, Cassimeres, Gloths, &c. and a ft til assortment of Ladies and Children's HATS, CAPS, GROCEIÍIES, CROCKERY, AU of whicli we will sell at the LOWEST TOSSIBLE cAsrr phice! MACK & SCKMID. Add Arbor, March 19, '63. 896tf . i CITY COOPER SHOP. Tholesale .in.! Retail, O. C. SPAFFORD Would respectfully announce to the citizens ol Aun Arbur and vicinity, that he is now iranufacturinE and keeps constantly on hend a Large Assortment of Cooper Work ! such as Pork and C ,1 r Barrel, Krijs, Firkins, Cliurns, Well Buckets, &c, Which wil] besold cheap for cash. CUSTOM WORK Made to order on short notice. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch. 1 would cali particular attention to Herchants in want of Hutter Firkins Iammanufacturing the IVeiv YoiU State Flrkln which isa bi-tter Firkin than has ever before been of fered in this market. I would invite all who want Firkins to Cali and exanine for tbemselves before purchasingelsewhrer and I will convince jou that you have called at the right place. 1 would also cali the attention oL 'Brtwer in want of '- BEER KEGS, ' I am now prepared to manufacture . Eights, Quarters and half Bbls, in large or small lots, and of a Setter Quality than can be bad in Detroit or olsewhere. " 3jFAll work warranted to give entire satis action. Tbankfulfor psstfuvors nd by a strict attention to busmes, I hope to merit a continued Jiberai upplv of the public patronage. 3, Do nut forget to cali at the City Cooper SS?. , O. 0. SPAFFOED. Detroit St. Ann Arbor, Mich. ÜSsl GREAï.GREATER GEEATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFEEEÜ 1859. -159. In tliis City, are uow being offered at the CHEAP, CLOCK, WATCH, & Jewelry store THESubscriberwouldsay to thecitizinol particular, and the rest ot W(,hlenaw Cnuntv in general, that he has just 1MPOEPED Dl RECTLYfrom KUROPE.a U" '"■ Tremendous Stock of Watches! All of whichhe blnds himself to ell CHEAPEE than can be bought west of New Vork City Open Face Cylinder Wstches Irom 6 to 8]0 do do Lever do do 8 to 21 HuntingCase do do do 14 to 35 do do Cylinder do do 9 to 28 Gold Watches from oU ,„ 1 tn I have also the 50 CELEBRATED AMERHJAN WAT CHES whieh I wlll ei1 ttr $35. Every Vvatch warrantbd to perform well.ortbe inoney rrtunded Clocks, Jewelry, Fiated Ware FancyQoodí. GoldPen, Musicallnetruments ani 3teio„. Cutlery, te., and infactatariety of everythine: iiaually kept iyJeolere enn be houghtforthe next ninety daye at ynur OWN PRICESI Persona buying auyihing nt this wel known etablishme ntoen rrty upon getting good!. exnct'y as reD resenlen.orthemoney refunded. Oíllearly and se cure the best borgain evor oflered in thif City. One word in regard to Repairing : We arn preparad tomakeany repair onflne or commonWatehes. evento makingoer tbe enrlre watcb lf neceasnry. Ropairing n( Clocks arlj Jewelrv ai usual. Aleo the mniniÍHcturincof RINGS BROOrlI'! or auything de.lred.from California Gold'on hort noSStW ■""""■'. L AnuArbor, Jan. 28thl859. '7ÍJTS' Ayer's Cathartic Pilis, ]


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