FÜRS! FURSÍ! Assignee's Sale 7 SOUTH MI ST., ANN ARBOR. Also, a Large and Choice Stock of HATS, GAPS, SHIRTS, COLLARS, SCARFS, TIES, HOSE, And a l'n 11 Assortment of GENT'S FURMSMG GOODS At Wholesale or Ketail. Xow is llie lime to supply Yonrself Cheap, as the stock must be closed out. C.H.RICHMOND, Assignee, Ann Arbor, January 17 . 1566w4 THE WEEKLY SUN. 1776. NEW YORK. 1876. Eighteen hundred and seventy-six is the Centennial year. It is also the year ín wbich an Oppoaition House of Representatives, the flrst since the war, will be in power in Washington ; and the year of the twenty-third election of the President of the United Statee. All of these events are Bure to be of great interest atd importance, especial ly the two latler; and all of them and everything connected with them will be fully and freshly reported and expounded in The Sun. 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