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Parent Issue
Day
9
Month
October
Year
1874
Copyright
Public Domain
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COtlIVTY CONVENTIOKÍ OF THE WOMAN'S TEMPERANCE UNION. Belicving thnt the Woman's Tempevance Movement wilt bo greatly assisted by a more thorough oombination of local unions, we have decided, in accordance with a very general wish expressed to this pulposo, to cali a convention at Ann Arbor, üct. Hth and 15th, commenciug on Wednesday at 2 p. M. As the object of this convention is to arrange a Couuty Union, and to attend to such business as the good of the cause may seera to demand, it is earnestly requested that every union in the county shall be as fully represented as possrble. From those towns not having any organization, ladies interested in the Temperanco cause will be cordially welcomed. The delegates will please answer by postal card, so that they may be assigned to places of entertainment, and report themselves immediately on their arrival to the Committee ot Arrangements, who will bo in attendance at the parlors of the Gregory House. By order of Executive Com. of the W. T. U., Mrs. H. M. EEED, President. Mrs. Georoe Duffield, Cor. Secy. Ann Arbor, Sept. 28, 1874. JVOTICE. We have a isplendid line of UndezshirtS and Drawers at the lowest prices in the city. These goods we guarantee fully 10 per cent less than any othcr house. JOE T. JACOBS & CO., Bank Bloeit, 24 South Main Street. The Farmers' Store has on hand 100 barrels of Salt lor sale cheap for cash. Pioneer Society. The Washtenaw County Pioneer Society will moet in this city on Wednesday, October 7th, 1874, In the Court House, at 10 o'clock a. m. C. A. CHAPJN, Ree. Secretary. Go to the Farmers' Store for your 50 cent Corset, Dress Trimmings, Ball Kringe, etc, etc. Every l'rnmii, Miin, woman, boy, or girl, should send at once for one of the Jtxeelsior Stationery Piuikets, containing Soto Paper, Envelopes, Pen Holder, Pencils, Pens, Blank Book, Blotter, Photographs of 100 beautlful Ladies, Tooth Pieks, Perfume1 Sachet, Chinese Pu..le, and a tino pieoe of Ladies' or Gents' Jewelry. Try a Package. Pricc, post paid, 50 cents, or 3 for Sfl. Agenta wauted. Address, J. CARTY BURROW, 319 Harmony St., Philadelphia, Pa. BiThe Farmers' Store has for sale two cases all wool Check Fl&nneU, whirh will be sold at panic prices. GEO. W. HAYS, Supt. J9& Tíie only place to purchase goods clieap for sash, is at the Ann Arbor Trading Association, where they are selling all kinds oí' Dry Goods cheap - to :lose out their Summer stocK. 1485tf G. W. HAYS, Supt. Centaur Liniments JHave cured more wouderíui caaes of rheumatism, oches, paina, swellings, íroat-bitea, caked breasta, burns, jp scalds, salt-rheuxn, &c, upon the human frame, and strains, spavin, galla, &c, uopn anímala, in one year, IpíJrpOS than all other pretended remedieshave lince the world began. Certificates of remarkable surea accompany each bottle, and will be sent gratie to any one. There is no pain which these Liniments will not relieve, no swelling they will not subdue or lameness they will not cure. This is strong lanjuage, but it is true. No family or stock-owner can EifFord to be without Centaur Liniments. "VVhite VV rapper for family use ; the Yellow "Wrapper for mimáis. Trice, 50 cts. ; large bottles, &1.C0. J. B. Rose & Co. 53 Broadwa, New York. Castoria, is more than a aubstitute for Castor 3il. It is the only safe article in existence which is ïertain to regúlate the bowels, cure wind-colic and produce natural aleep. It is pleasant to take. No nore sleeplesa mothers or crying bables. Price 35 :ts. per bottle. 1481 y 1

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