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Day
21
Month
April
Year
1876
Copyright
Public Domain
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LE. iMrFABLIND, Snrgical uud Mechau. ical tentist, corner of Main and Huron streets (Juckson's old stand.) Great pains takeu in all orcratioDs entrusted io roy care Prices to enit the times. All work warrauted. Teeth extraeted witbout pain. Office honra: 8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 6 p, in.; 7 to S:30 p. ia. TALIES MeMAHON, Attorney ;.il Oninselor fj at Law ?iid Solicitor iu Ohaucery. Office in VcMahou's Block, Aun slrt-H. WH. JACKSON, DeiitiKt. Office corue.r of , Síain and Washington streete, over Bach & Abel's Btcre, Aun Arbor, Mich. Anosthe'ics ailnuinifltered if required. Er;t:i; K. FIU;AUFF, Aftorcey at L&.W, fiotary Public, and OonmiisBiouer of Deedt; or Peciif-ylvaiiia. CoDBultation in the Germau or Eugliah lauguage. Office, HiJl'ó Opera-House, Ann Arbor, M;ch. E CL ARK, Jutitice of the Peace, Noiary Pnb# lic and Conveyancer. Will loan money for Mthere on real eetate pecuiity. Office over No. 8 Huron streed, Ann Arbor, Mich. -TTTINES & AVOKDKN, 20 South Main strekt, W Aun Arbor, Mich., wholfsale and retal dealers in Dry Goods, Cárpete and Groeriep. MACK & SCHMÏI, dealers in Dry GoodF, Groceries, Crockery, etc., No, 64 South Main BtregE. ____ BACH ft ABEL, dealers in Dry Goode, Groceries, etc, No. 26 South Main street, Ana Arbor, Mich. ■fTTM, WAONBR, d aler in Rcady-Made ClothYY ing, Clüths, Cassiuit-rew, Vesfiugs, ïrunks, Carpet Bays, etc, 21 tíouth Main street. X FREDKKICK SCBAEBEBLli, tf acbev of tj , ihe PIANQ, VIOLIN AND (iUlTAK. liesideiice ?juthcafct corner Main and Liberty street, Ann Arbor, Mich. NOAH W. CHEEVEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Probate Office, Ann Arbor, Mich. EVEBYBODY SAYS THAT REVENAUCH IS THE Boss Photographer of Ann Arbor. 28 Ettsl Hvron Streel, upsiairs. 3NT. 13. COZjE, Ittlacitii&IiiioiisCöiil Or .11 Sizes. Mis.. alwaj-B has on haud Cor;l and Stove Woocl, at rpasonable prici?. No. 50 Huron St., Ann Arbor, Mich. WIjNTSLOW BROS. 32 East Huron Street, DEALERS IN PiClURE FRAMES, IiBACKETS AND TIOLIS STRINGS. 151)5 ; . J. H. 1STICKELS, Dealer in FRESH & SALT MEATS, Bain, Sausageg, fiord, etc., STATK STREET, OPPOSITE NORTHWEST COIiNER OF UNIVEBStTÏ CAMPUS. Orders promptly flllcd. Farmers Laving meals to sell sljoula give him a cali. 1568-yl THE ANN ABBOB SAVINGS BANK Ann ■A.iyfooi', ]Xichïgan. Keceivea depositB of One Dollar alid upwards aud allows Five per cent. intereBt on all deposita remaiuiüg threc montlis or loriger. TEREST COMI'OUNDED SKMI-ANNÜALLY. Also, buys and Bella ü. S. Bonds, Gold, Silveraud Interest Coupons, and New Yoik, Dstroit and Chicago Exchange. Also sells Siglit Drafts on Great Britaio, Ireland, Germany, or any other part of the European Continent. Tñis Bank is organized under the General Banking Law of this St ite. The utockholders are individually Hable to the amouut of their stock, and he whole capital is secarity for depositors, while witb Baaks of issue the capital is investcd for the security of bil!-holders. ThiB fact makes this InBtitution a very safe deposit of moufys. Married Women can tlepusit subject to their own drafte ouly. ■Money to Loan on Approved Securitlcs. Birectobs- R. 8. Smitli, R. A. Beal, O. Mack, V. D. Harriman', W. Denbel, W. W. Wines, D. Hiscock. OFFICERS : B. S. Smith, Pres't. C. Mack, Vice-Pres't. C. E. Hiboock, Cashier. W. A. LOVEJOY, Tobacconist ! DEALS IN FINE-CUT AND SMOKING Tobáceos, ÖNXJFF, PIPES, &c, At No. 7 East Huron-st., Next to the Express Office, ANNAEBOB, - - - MICHIGAN. EBERBACH & CO., llListsaËPte!acistsj ■ 12 South Main St., Ketp ■ on haii'l a Urge and wcll Bplected stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFs, ARTISTS' & WÁX FLOWER MATERIALS Toilet Artlcles, Trusses, .(. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, ft al n't Dtion paid to t U.j iurnif hiug of Pbyucians, Clieoii.-tfl, Schob e, olc, with Püilusophical ■'0 Chnniical Appratua, iiohetnian Chemical ülamare, I'or.-daiu Ware l'iiic Eeageuts, etc. P jrncfaui1 prescriptioo i-.iriil'ully prepared at

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