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BUSINESS NOTICES. Tbam'sour sentiiuoiu- uai druggist says that Dr. KiDg's New Discovery for Cough or Cold is the speetly and eertain cure of the day. We know it's good. Ontennia! Excurnioiiisfs Wlll, of course, wish to see all tliesights comfortably and cheaply. To this end the Canada Southern Railway Company has, through its coiinectiou in the West and Northwest, placed on sale a large number of Tourists' Excursión Tickets at greatly reduced rates, by which passengers can not only visit the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, but can, in additiou, visit the principal eastern cities, with an opportunity of stopping at auy of the great number of fainous resorts in New York and Pennsylvania. The Canada Southe.n is the oniy line fromthe West running directly to Niágara Falls, gi ving passengers, from the train, a wonderful panoramic view of the Mighty Cataract, Horse-shoe Fall, the Great Rapids, and landing them directly at the Falls. The track of the Canada Southern is an air line, laid of steel rails of the heaviest pattern ; there are no curves or grades ; wood is used for fuei "Coaches are furnished with the Winchell Patent Ventilator, ensuring perfect freedom from dust. With its complete system of magnificent Parlor, Sleeping and Drawing Koom Cars, frora Chicago, Detroit and Toledo, and its admirable connections at Niágara Falls and Buffalo with the New York Central and Erie ltailways, the Canada Southern ie faot? becoining the favorite line to the East. Tickets via this popular line can be procured at all offices of conntMiting lines, or at the Company's own offices. Any information can be obtained by addressing FRANK E. SNOW, Gen'l Pass. and Ticket Ag't, Detroit. 1'lie People 'Want IToof. There ie no medicine prescribed by physicians or sold by Druggists, that carries such evldence of its suceess and superior virtuesas Boschek's Germán Hyrup for severe Coughs, Colds settled on the Breast, Consuniption, or any disease of the Throat and Lungs. A proof of that fact is that any person atflicted, can get a sample hottle for 10 cents and try its superior effect before buying the regular size at 75 cents. It has lately been introduced into this country from Germany, and its wonderiül cures are astonishing everyone that use it. Three doses will relieve any case. Try it. Sold by Ebebbach & Co. A Wondei tul Reraedy. The World's Great Cough medicine. Dr. Kiug'a New Discovery for Consumption will cure a cough in one-half the time neeeswiry tocure it with any medicines, and it does it not by drying it up, but by removing the causes, subduing the irritation and healing the affeoted jiarts. For all cases of hoarseness, suppression or loss of voice, severe chronic or lingering coughs, bronchitis, or affection of the throat and lungs, it will be found to far surpass any medicines that have ever before been offered to the public. It has wrought a complete change in the cough medicine. Is entirely different from all others. II' you would convince yourself of its wonderfnl qualities, cali at L. S. Lbbch's drug store and get a trial bottle free of cost, or a Kegular size bottle for oue dollar. Uolng to Kansas or Colorado Take the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, the new and popular line from Atchison and Kansas City, via the beautiful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colorado Spbings, Denvee, Canon City, Cuchabas, Del Norte, Teinibad, Santa Fe and all points in Colorado, New Mexico' and Arizona. Special round trip 90 day tickets to Denver on sale May löth, at $50, taking in the famous watering places on the D. & K. G. Koad. Low emigrant rates to the San Juan Miues. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains without change. Close connections made at Kansas City and Atchison in Union Depots. For maps, time tables and the "San Juan Gttide," address, T. J. ANDEBSON, Gen. Pass. Agent, Topeka, Kan. COjyiMERCIALr" Ann Arbor Market. Ann Akbob, Tiiubbday, June 8, 1876. Appleb- $1.00. perbu. Bkans- 80cf}l U0 per bu. BlJTTIB- 15c. Bkei'- $6@7 Der hundred. Cobn - 40c to 45c. per bu. Chioküns- 30@50c per pair ; dressed 12c per lb. Eoos - Command loc Haï- 12@15 per ton. Iíahti - The market ötanas at 18c. O atb- '28c to 30c. Pobk- $8.00(9)8.50 per hundred. Potatokb- 20 cents. TUBNIPg- 10@lóC. Whkat- I1.I5C0Í1-26. ÑEWJjYERTISEMENTS Tisitr s to the Centennial, 3KTH-W TOEK BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON, TAKE NOTICE! 'l'lnil the Cleveland Sirmncri NORTHWEST, R. N. RICE, Leave M. C. R. E. wharf, Detroit, daily at 9 o'clcck p. m., except Huoday. This lin hs arranged a Bymem of tickets va Cleveland whercby over 3110 ïoutee can be made to IIiilai1elihin and New Vork, E'"g and returning by any route desired. No other line oan offer such a vanety of routes. Tickets for sale at principal Railroad Offices, on board steamers and at Coinpany's office, foot of Shelby st., Detroit. 151 1. ( lltïlll, AKilil. pASIIIONABLE DRESS MAKINIi. Mrs. Wood invites the ladies of Ann Arbor and vicinity to cali at her Dreas-Making Room, over the store sf A. Bell, Washington street. A 1'uH linenf new and lntest styles o? patterns constant - ly on hand. Quality of work warranted, and prices made to luit the times. A share of public pat ronage is respectf ully soliclted. Iyl678 lEORGE W. CEOPSEY, Late of the finn of Clark & Cropsey, and A. Keaknky, late of Texas, under the finn name of KEARNEY & CROPSEY, Have established tliemselves at No. 33 South IHufii St., Anu Albor, and propuse to do general Grocery Business They will also keep CROCKERY, GLASS and WOODF.N WARE. and a full line of DOMESTIC and FOREIGN FRU1TS. They have littcd and furnished A First-class Eating Department, Where Mcals can be had at all hours, or board by the week. Cash paid for Huiler, Eg-gs, and all oimcr) produce. Ciootls promptly dclivered in any part of the city. Remeinber the place. 33 Sou tn Main Street. KEAKNEÏ & CROPSEY. Ann Arbor, April 26, 1876. 1580 THE HILL FARM FOR SALE. Adjoining the West line of the City of Ann Arbor, in townsmp two south oí range six east, comprising the east half of the northuast quarter of section nineteen ; and th:it part of the west half of the west half of the northweat quarter of section twenty, lying north of the turnpike ; in all 100 42-100 aerea, witb House, Barn, an (Mailing Spring of Water, And about öfty acres well impioved ; flrst class land and situation beautiful. Two-thlrda ot the purc.hüHH cuonuy may remain on the land three to five years. For term apply to GEO.K. HAND, OrH.J. BEAKE8, Detroit. Ann Arbor 1574tf $K f„ dH Per day at home. Samples worth O tu Qi-wl $1 free. Stinsun & Co., I'ortland, Me. 1573 MISS S. W. PEASE Will give lessons upon the Piano Forte to a limiled nuinber of pujiils during the sunimer montha. TEEMS : Twenty Dollars for Tweiii v Iessou8. Applications will be received at No. 32 South Ingalls St., at 12 m. and 5 l'. M., or by mail, I. O. Box 1,408. Rkkbkences.- Prof. H. S. Frieze, Prof. G.S. Morris, Mrs.J. B. Angelí, Aun Arbor ; J. C. D. Parker, Boston. 1,183 WJ. II Illt I. T . yi, „ Physician and Sureon. Onice, sonthwest corner Main and Hurón 8ts. Residence, 48 South State 8t. Office houre from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. DONAL.D HACLEAV, M. O., Fhysician sndSurguon. ÜIBce and residence 71 Huron Street, Ann Arbor. OtUce hourt froin 8 to 9 a m. to 2 to 3 t. M.


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