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BRYANT & Co PUBLISHEBS OF THE EVENING POST. No. 208 Broadway, Corner Fulton St NEW YORK. LARCE ARRIVAL OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING AT W. WAGNER'S Who Sell- Clothin so Cheap ttiat Jie DEFIES ALL COMPETITION All who are Dressed with the hare times ánd desire A CHEAP SUIT Caa find it at WAGNEE'S. A fine stook of Cloths, Cassimere and Trimmings always kept and Suits Made to Order A Large stock of FURFISHING GOODS. W. "WA.C1TEE., 1496 21 South Maik St. Ann Arbor CITIZENS of ANN ARBOR A.ÏSXTD VICINITY. I have just received a large stock of BOOTS AND SHOES All Grades ! All Widths ! All Sizea ! And Low Prices ! I have now the largest stock of Ladies', Misse and Childrens fineshoes in Aun Arbor. Misses' and Children'a School Shoes inade specialty. An entirely new thing, a Ladies', Misses' an Child's Culi' Buttoned Shoe, which will certaiiii outwear all othen, Please give me a cali before going elsewhere an( satisfy yourself as to shoes and prices. JOHN BURG. 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ADEÜIRABI.G COTTAGE with Ter finely shaded grounds, rear the Universit now vacant and willhe sold very low. Enquire o 1 A. B. PRE8COTT.