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McCL ELL A.N" AND THE UNIOÜ! There will be a Grand Democratio 1ASS 1IETIII AT .JSTISr AEBOR, ON Tuesday, Octofoer 25th., 1864. Hou. Horatio Seymour, Hon. John VanBuren, and HON. JAMES T. BRADY, of N. Y.; Hon, R. C. Winthrop, of Mass.; Hon. LESLIE COOMBS, oí Ky; Hons. Roberï McClellanb, G. V. N. LOTHROP, DAVID JOHNSON, Byron Gr. Stout WILLIAM M. FENTON, acd W. L. Bancrofï, Colonel GEAY, HON. C. A. STACY, Hon. F. Litehmoke, J. Logian Chipman, Esq., William P. Wells, Esq., Hon. James Kingslet, and Hon. B. F. Granoer, have been invited to address the meeting, and wo are nuthorized to state that a number of those prominent gentlemen have accepted the invitation aud will be present. Ljt our friende in everj Town and School District make a Come in Procession, with Music and Bannkks, with your wivesand daughters, aud invite your Republican neighbora to accompany you. Marshals will receive the Eeveral proecssions and escort thein uto the city. Give one day to your country, and let it be the largest meeting ever hold in Washtenavv Couuty. Will the Democratie Committees and the Democrafs en masse in (very Town in the County, go to work iinmediately ? An d will the borders of Wayue, Livingi-ton, Jaekson, Lenawee, and Mouroe, send up delegations of their Democratie yeomaurv. C0.1 01! f 011 ALL!! _L.Ví3T CALL ! "TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN." All pen-on" indebted to tho late firm of SOHOïT k M1IJ.KIÏ, eitherby noto or book account, aro ht.V riijiiosttd tocall and inako an im medíate paytoent f the ame, and thoso wIjo fail to complr with lhi quest at the end of SIXTY DAY3 from thii datt íi nnd tboir accounts in the hands of an offlevr fori lection. '' Ann Arbor, OctobtrlOth, 786-J. 2mYt 1864: 1864. NEW FALL GOODS! AT REDUCED PRICES. - o - C. H. MILLEfl Is no-w opening-a NEW STOCK of BomeU, and PORBIGN DRY (JOODS ! AND FAMILY GROCERIES, bought since the recent doc'ine in GOLD, ad tur kinds at cuusiderable Deduction from FormerPrices! Please cail early and tnako youT purcijajeiirhij tho.stocJi is complete. C. H.imiEi. Ann Arbor, ept. I8C4. 975 "1AiïlETS,OilCloths anü House FuruishingGut; V a good stock at 976 V. H. MILLKN'S. TO THE LADIES - A stock ol olegaot Drj Gdi, Shawls and Cloaks, for the fail tranc. now op. gt 976 C.H. MIUEK'S. TO THE GENTLEMEN.- A fino stock of Clotii, Cassimeres, and Gents' Furnishing Guodi. jnil recoived at 376 c. H. MII.I.EN'S. THE NEW, STORE! in - 11 FALL & VVÍNTEK STYLE8! BATS, CAPS MD 11 ■ ALSO LIDIES' MISSES'&CniLDKEiVS UU Umbrellas, Parasols, Canes, &c, &c, &c. For Cash! Axn AnuoK, September, 1"' The subeenber has just opeefd art cntireNfW Desirable Stock in the above line, at the store'""' Ij occupied by A. P. MILLS & CO., M.41N Sts'i"' r3spectfully invite the attcniion of th ritu"1 Axx AKBOK and virjNnv 1o his tck, lili"111 their Fail and Winter Felections in thi 'in'' long Eipenenee in the buMne!, and ioy rf"' New Yoik.enables me to make mjr sclecticD d"" from thé MAKUFACTÜPKRS, nj to gire nttfat"" both in STVLE3 AND PKICKS. Mj siod 1"1' waj-s contain the LATEST ANP MOST DESlW STYLES OF GOODS, diieet from New Vork. Cali and examine before mailing jour pureb NO TROI'RI-E TO FHOW GOOBS. E. L. LAVVRENCK is1"' gton Wrmerty oeopld by A. P. MMls Co. OTICE! LOST frnm tlic Hack of M Boylanat th tVf),t Friday ïening ]t, w. package fl' "f ljnt Onder' witl rec-tMve Í5 rowiird by lea ving tlii " the H ning OfTic ■ of .. rrcTEi


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