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pEORGE W. CRQPSEY, Late of the ftrm of Clark A Cbopsey, and A. eaenky, late of Texas, under the flrm nanie of KEARNEY & CROPSEY, Have established themselves at No. 33 South llalli St., Aun Arbor, and propose to do a general Crocery Business They will also keep CROCKEKY, GLA.SS and WOODEN WAKE, and a full line of DOMESTIO and FOEEIGN FRUITS. They have ñtted and furnished A First-class Eating Department, Where Meáis can be had at all hours, or board by the week. Cash pald tor Rutter, Effgfl, and all Dountry produce. Goods promptly deUvered in any part of the city. Eemember the place. 33 Nou tli Main Street. KEAltNEï & CROPSET. Ann Arbor, April 26, 1876. 1580 "DINSEY & SEABOLT'S BAKERY, GROCERY - AND - FLOÜR & FKED STORE. We keep constantly on band BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, ETC. FOR WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE. We shall also keep a supply of DELHI FLOUB, J. M. SWIFT & OO'S BE8T WHITE WHEAf FLOUIl, BYE FLOUR, BUCKWWHEAT FLOUlt, COEN MEAL, FEED, &o„ &a. At Wholesale and re tart. A general stock of GROCKRIES AND PROVISIONS constantly on hand, which will be Bold on as rea sonable terms as at any other house in thip city. Cash paid for Bntter, Eggs, and Country Pro tuce generally. H Goods delivered v any part of the city with out extra oharge. RINSET de SEABOLT. Ann Arbhr. Jan. 1. 1876. 1564


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