BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T E. micFARLAND, Sorgteal and MeJi. chanical Dentist, comer uf Main and Hurón reets (Jackson's oM stand). Greal pains taken in jjl operations entrusted to my cajo. Prices to smt the times. All work warranted. Tceth extracted vithuut pain. Office hours: 8to 12 A. M.; 1 to 6 p. K.; 7 to 8:30 p. M. rAIIESMcMAHOJÍ, Attornry and CounJ selor at Law and SoHeitor in C'hancery. Ornee in McMahon's Block, Aun street. WH. JACKSON, Dentist. Ofliee comer . Main and Washington streets over Bnch & Abel's atore, Ann Arbor, Miih. Aníesthetica adnlinistered if lequired. CGEORftE, M. B., Physician and 8ur eeon. Office and residtnce No. 7 Washington etreet, four doors east of Main, Ann Arbor, Mich. TUCíEIVE K. FRUEACFF, Attorney at J-i Law.Notury Public and Commissioner oí Deeds for Penn8ylvania. Consnltation in the Germán or English language. Office Hill'a Opera House, Ann Arbor, Mich. EOLARK, Justice of the Peace, Notary l ■ Public and Conveyancer. Will loan mimes for others on real estáte security Office over No. 8, Hurón etreet, Ann Arbor, Mich, fIES k WOIÍDEIV, 20 South Main slreet, m Ann Arbor, Mich., wholeaale and retail dealers in Dry GoodsJCaipets, and Groccrios. MACK. & SCH.niD, dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, etc., No. 54 South SdCain street. BACH A; ARKI, dealers in Dry Goods, Qroceries. etc., No 2ti tíouth Main ttreet, Ann Arbor, Mich. WH, WAGNER, dealer in Eeady-made Clothing, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestinga, Trunks, Cavpet Bags, etc, 21 Soutli Main street. JF. SCHAEBERIiE, teacher of the PI ANO, V1OI.IN AND QUITAR. Residence Bontheast corner Main and Liberty streets, Ann Arbor, Mich. ATOAII W. CHEEVEIt, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in the Probate Office, Ann Arbor Mich. ITESKÏ MATTHEWS, Dealer in FRESH ANI) SALT MEATS, Snioked Ham, Sauaage, Lard, etc, Hurnn Street, next door to the Leonard House. Orders left by oustomers promptly fllled. DVERYBODY Sj-YS THAT REVENAUGH IS THE ttoss VliuUtg rü plicr of Ann Arber. 28 East Huron stioet, up utairs. pOOT A CiRANGER, (jeneral Law & Business Agency. Having secured the exclusive use of ROOT'S ABSTRACT RECORD BOOKS íor the county of Washtenaw, whích they have carefully revised, poBted and parfected, and having, with ;ui extensive andreliablebusinpss correspondence,openedaGENEKAL BUöINEÖS AGENCY at No. 26 East Hurón street, in the city of Ann Arbor, will attend promptiy to the sale, purchase and leasing of real estáte, the loaning of money, colleetions, negotiutiona, contracting and conveyancing, life and Üre iL'surauce, and to the practice of law in the varioua courts of this State. TJtACY W. ROOT B. F; GRANGEJR. Ann Arbor, May 1, 1S75. THE ANÑ ARBOR SAVIIffGS BANK Ann Arbor, ÜYtichi&an. Receives deposits of One Dollar and upwards ani allows Five per cent. interest on all deposits reniainiog three months or longer. Interest Compounded Scmi-Annualfy. Also buys and sells U. S. Bonds. Gold, Sil ver and Interest Coupons, and New York, Detroit and Chicago Exchange. Also sells Sight Draits on Great Bkitain, Ibelakd, QbrhaNT, or any other part of the European Continent. This Bank is organized underthe General Banking Law of this State. The Stoekholders are indiTidually liable to the amouut of their Btock, and the whole capital is security for depositors, while Tith Banks of issue, the capital isinvested for the security of bill-holders. This fact makes this Institution a very safe depository of monies. Married Women can deposit subject to tlieir own drafts only. 3Ioucy to Loan on Approved Securitieg. DIRECTORS : R-S. Smith, C. Mack, W. W. Wines, R. A. Beal, W. D. Haeriman. D. Hiscook, W. Deubel. OFFICERS: R. S. Smith, Pres't. C. Mack, Vice-Pres't C. E. Hiscock, Teller. THE NEW ENUÏ7AND RAN&E Hh Elevated Hot Closet, combining all the latest, most valuable and economieal improvements in Cooking Ranges. The new MORNING GLORY beautifully motinted, and acknowledged to be one of the leading firit clasa Couk títoves. TEE WOODLAND 000K A new first class Wood Stove ; for a low priced stove itcannot bo beat. It has all the modern improvettents, The above stoves all have the new Patent Diffusive OvenFlues, by which the oven is sure to te evenly heated at all times, making thom the most perfect Bakers in the raarket. The LEVER CLOTHES WRIXGER Isa perfect sucoess. Every lady who use a wringer , should get one at Pease's. Those 40 reasous for gettingWeed's CarpetSweepj rare yet good ones. Galvanized iron TOILET [ Sets, are certainly the most durable. My Portable , Bath Tubs are the best and cheapest and should be j indispensable. Those metal Water Fliters every femily should get one at G.J.FEASE% 46 Son í ii .Ilain Sirrcu $5,000 WAME1). pROPOSALS will be reoeived up to and includ■ infï the 2üth day of January, ior $5,000 on the iper cont coupon bonds of School District Ne. One, j flf the City of Ann Arbor, interest payable annully, and the principal payable Feb lst, 1S80. Sealed bida hould be uddressed to the undemsrned, nd indoraed ' Proposal for School District Loan.'1 1502 w4 PHIL. BACH, Treasurer. I Dated, Ann Arbor, Dec. 24, 1875. "iTotice. Theannual meeting oí the stockholders of the irst Natioual Bank of Ann Arbor, tor the t-lection jtfDirectors, willbi; held at their Banking Honsc on Jaesday. January 11, 1876. Polls for eloctüm will open between 10 and 12 o'clock a. m. Jïy order of the Board. J. W. KNIGHT,Cashier. Ann Arbor, Dec. 7, 1875. FOK SALE. A DBSIRABL.E COTTAGE with very - fint'ly slmili-d grounctB, near the ITntvetsity, öow vacant and will be sold very low. Enquire of A. B. PRESCOTT. T RENT- Third floor over Bach & Abel's ■■ store. 162 PHUJP BACH. RAILROADS. IEthiSan cênteIl kaileoad. NOVEMBER 21, 1876. rtOING WKBT. SIATIOSB. " SA j j f Á ♦ - i. M. A.M P.M. P.M.iP.M.! P.M Detroit leave, 7 Wl 10 301 2 60 4 OOj 6 40l0 00 Ohelaea 9 L 4 53' 6 23 8 30 öS Lake, 10 04' : 6 9 00 P. Ml P. M A. M. Jackson, 10 37 1 10 5 46 7 15 9 30 12 50 Kalamazoo, 2 05 3 32 &K 03 Chingo arrive, 8 10 9 PO 7 00 8 W ■xsva osioo a iísiB Spa j__ jjl .1 M[ !a. M. Ia. M.l P.M. P.M. A.M. Chicago, leave, ' 6 0O; 8 30 5 16 9 00 Kalamazoo, 10 0 1 22 10 35 3 jíj ,p.M. I A.M. A.M. I Jaokson 2 12. 3 42 7 00 12 42 4 55, 9 50 Grara Lake, 2 45 1 7 32 - 6 28, 10 20 Chelsea 3 10 8 00, 5 50 10 42 Dexte. 3 25! 1 8 18 6 08;i0 55 Ann Arbor M 4 53 8 37, 2 00 6 28,11 15 YpSlanti i 4 20 5 10 8 W 2 20 6 48 11 30 Wayne ! 4 45' 1 88 9 23 ! 2 40 7 08 11 47 Detroit! arrive, I 6 4_6_15 , 10_15_ 3 0jJUHU2_30 Sundaps excepted. iSaturday and Sunday excepted. tDaily. wiI.B.STRoNG, Gen'l Bup't, Chicago. H. B. LEDYAED, Asst. Gen'l Supt. Detroit. DTEOIT, HILLSDALE & INDIANA RA1LEOA1). OOING WEST. -1875- OOING EABT. stations. MaiTTÉxp. Stations. lLxp. Mail. A. M. P. M. I A M p M Detroit, dep... 7:00 6:40 Ypsilanti.... 8:32 7:04 I Bnnkers 5:20 05 Saline. 9:30 7:40 Uilladale .. 5:45 2:15 Rridgewater.. 9:55 8:15 Manchester.. 8.37 3:58 Manchester. 10:20 8:22 Bridgewater 9:10 4:17 p.M. Saline 9:30 4:35 Hillsdale 1:00 i):57 Ypsilanti.... 11:00 5:05 Bankers. . 1:15 10:05 Detroit 12:30 6:15 Train8 run by Chicago time. To take efiect Nov. 21, 1875. W. F. PAKKER, Sup't, Ypsilanti. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. Circuit Judge Hon. Geo. M. Huntington . Reporter Thomas I. Daniel. Xcrms - The flrst Tueeday in January; third Tuesday in March ; third Tueaday io June, and fourth Tuesday in Oetobor. Probate Conrt. Judge of Probate Noah W. Cheever. Probate Register James M. "Willooxson. Regular terms - Every Monday. County Officers. Sheriff - Michael Fleming. Clerk Peter Tuite. Register of Deeds Emanuel G. Schaffer. Treasurer Stephen Fairchild. Prosecuting Attorney Robert E. Frazer. Circuit Court Commiss.oners jwiiLd BabbTt! City Officers. Mayor Edward D. Kinne Reeorder .. - William A. Lovejoy Troasurer Mosea itogrers Attorney A. McReynolds. Marshal A. H. Herrón. 1 Richard Beahan. ' V. f Chas H. Manly Ju8tices I Jas. McMahon. f Edward Clark. ÍConrad Krapf. Antón Eisele. Benjamin Brown. Board of F.ducation. President Elihu B. Pond. Secretary James B. Gott. Treasurer Philip Bach. Trustees- C. B. Porter, Patrick Donovan, M. L. D'Ooge, Ebenezer Wells, L. C. Eisdon, Lconhard Gruner. Surerintondent of Schools W. S. Perry. CHCRCq DIRECTORY. BAPTIST- Catherine street, between Fifth and División streets. Services at 10 A. M. and ïp.m. Sunday School after morning service. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Pastor - Rev. Samuel Haskell; ïesidence, 36 Thompson street. CONGREGATIONAL- Corner of State and William streets. Sabbath services at ÏO1 A. M. and 7 p. M. Sunday School at 3 o'clock p. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Pastor- Rev H. Li Hubbetj, ; residence, 70 South State street. (Services temporarily suspended, except Sunday School held In the old Church). CATHOLIC (St. Thomas)- North street, between División and State. First Mass at 8 a. m. High Mass at W% A. M. Sunday School at ïy2 p. M. Vespers at 7 P. M. Pastor- Rev. F. J. Van Erp ; residence, 34 E. Ñorth street. EPISCOPAL (St. Andrew)- División street, north of Catherine. Sabbath services at 10 A. M. and 7 p m Sunday School at 2% p. M. Service on Thursday evening and on the morning of all Holy Dkvs. Héctor- Rev. Wyllis Hall ; residence, 29 N. State street. GERMÁN METHODIST- Corner of East Liberty and División streets. Sabbath services at 10U a. m. and 7 P. M. Sunday School at 9 A. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday eveuing. Pastor- Rev. Fbkd. Esslingek; residence street. LUTHERAN- Covner of First and Washington streets. Sabbath services 10)4 a, m. and 7U p. m. Sunday School at close of morning service. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Pastor- Rev. H. RiiUTHER ; residenee 24 Fifth streot. METHODIST EPISCOPAL- Cornei of State and Washington streets. Sabbath services at W4 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday School at close of morning service. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'elock. Young peoples' meeting Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. Pastor- Rev. I. N.Elwood; residence, 4G Washington street. METHODIST EPISCOPAL (Colorea)- toarxb street, north of Pontiac. Sabbath services at 10)4 A M and 7 p. M. Prayer meeting Thursday ing Et 7 o'clock. Pastor- Rev. Chas. H. ward. PRESBYTERIAAN- Corner of Hurón and División streots. Services at WA o'elock a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School after morning service. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Young peoples' meeting Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Pastor- Rev. F. T. Brown ; resldenee, 21 East Liberty street. i [Unitarias- Corner of Ann and Fifth Btreets. Sabbath services at 10 A. m. and 7 p. M. Sunday School atter morning service. Studente' class at 2.45 r. m. Pastor- Rev. C. H. Biugham ; residence, 48 East Ann street. Zion Lutiieran- Corner of Washington and Fifth streets. Sabbath services at W a. m. and 7 p.M. Sunday School at close of morning service. Prayer meeting Wednosdny evening ut 7 o'clock Pastor- Rev. H. Belser ; resideoce, street. 8TUDENT8' CHRISTIAN aSSOCIATIONMeeting in University Chapcl at 9 o'clock A. M. on Sunday, G:4S o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, and i; IS nYlocli p. M. on Friday of each week. KewHng Koom of the Association open on Sunday froni 2 to 5 P. M. SOCIETIE8. ANN AEBOB COMMANDERY, No, 13, K. T.- James Boyd, E. C, William A. Lovejuy, Recorder. Regular conclave the flrst Tuesday evening of each month, at 7 o'clock. WASHTENAW CHAPTEE NO. 6, R. A. M.- Jas. Boyd, H. P. ; William A. Lovejoy, Sec. Regular Convocation the Monday ersnmg on or before the full of the moon, at 7 o'clock. GOLDEN RULE LODGE, 262, F. & A. M.- Jay Roath, W. M. ; Charles A. Chapín, Secretary. Regular Communication the Wednesday evening on or before the full of the moon, at 7 o'clock. FRATERNITY LODGE NO. 262, F & A. M.- John P. Little, W. M. ; Charles E. Hiscock, Sec. Regular Communication the Wednesday eveuing on or after the full of the moon, at 7 o'clock. ANN ARBOR ENCAMPMENT, NO. 7, I. O. O. F. Dr. P. B. Rose, C. P. ; George Haller, Seribe. Meeis flrst and third Friday of each month. WASHTENAW LODGE NO. 9, I. O. O. F.- D. Allmendinger, N. G. ; N. B. Covert, Sec. Meets Friday evening of each week at iy2 o'clock. ANN ARBOR LODGE, NO. 329, I. O. of G. T.- J. Sprague, W. C. T. ; Sylvesier Armstrong. W. S. Meeto every Tuesdav evening, at 7 o'clock. ANN ARBOR KNIGHTS OF HONOR, NO. 3. -James Boyd Dictator ; C. S. Milieu, Grand Reporter. Regular meetings on the second and laat Tuesday eveningsof each month. $K f filifcmPer day at home. Terms free. Ad O '" tJJ"dressG. StinsoníCo., Portland, Mi 4ife%VB a day guaranteed uslng our Well C?jt4 Aueer te Orllls. 100 a month JJTJrjpaidto Rood Agrents. Auger book li fa 0 tree. Jllz iuger Co., Bt. Louis, Mo.