urtralta. From now until Christmas I offer to paint oil portraits at reduced prices. Those wishiug work done in time for Christmas shouW cal] now. Ann Arbor, Oct. 19th, 1870. 1004wl0 K. J. ROGEKS. Studio, No.7, Cor. of División and Ann Sts. Scarcity ol flonoj . There ia uo doubt but the present condition of alllkinds of business aud industry is fearfully depressed, and it behoovg, every faniily to look eareiu ly to their expenses. Winter is coming on when chlldren are lUkle to Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. Coughs and Colds will prevail everywhere, and Uonsumption with other throat and lang disease will carry off many. ïv,ese diseases should not be neglected, Doctor Bills we pensive, and we would advise our people to use 1,3. cheks' Gkrman Sykup. It never has failed. On bottle at 75 cents will keep your whole family woll during the winter. Two doses will relieve any case. Soid In all towns in the United States, and by your druggist, Ebekbach & Co. Special Piotice. Einsey & Seabolt take pleasure in informing tbeir customers and the public generally that they are now oceupying their new store (on the old location) with increased facilities for business. They propose to make a specialty of Teas, having arranged for stock with one of the largest Tea Houses, and will also keep a choice line of Family Groceries. Flour of the best milis and brands oat meal, corn rneal, íeed, fruits and vegetables in season Cash buyers will fiud It for their interest to give thern a cali. The " Iron Trafl," A apicy sketch descriptive of a trip over the Atchison, Topeka and Sauta Fe Eailroad, the beauties, scenery andpleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains, by " Nym Crinkle," the musical and dramatic critic of the New Vork World, sent free on application, together with the San Juan Quide, maps and time tables of this new and popular route from Kansas City and Atchinson to Pueblo, and all points in Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mines. The finest line of Pullman sleepers on the continent between the Missouri Eiver and the Rocky Mountains without change. Special round trip tourists' tickets from the Mississippi River to Denver at 850, good to stop oft' at all points. Address, T. J. ANDERSON, Gen. Passenger Agent, Topeka, Kansas. Ceuteunial Excursionista Will, of course, wishto see all thesights comfortably and cheaply. To this end the Canada Southern Railway Company has, through its connection in he West and Northwest, placed on sale a large nuinber of Tourists' Excursión Tickets at greatly reduced rates, by which passengers can not only visitthe Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, butcan, in addition, visit the principal eastern' cities, with an opportunity of stopping at any of the great number of famous resorts in New York and Pennsylvania. The Canada Southe.n is the oniy line from the West running directly to Niágara Falls, giving 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, lald of steel rails of the heaviest pattern ; there are no curves or grades ; wood is used for fuel ; Coaches are furnished with tne winchell Patent Ventilator, ensuring perfect freedom from dust. With its complete system of magnificent Parlor, Sleeping and Drawing Room Cars, from Chicago, Detroit and Toledo, and its admirable connections at Niágara Falla and Buflalo with the New York Central and Erie Eailways, the Canada Southern isfast beconiing the favorite line to the East. Tickets via this popular line can be procured at all offices of connecting liues, or at the Corapany's own offices. Any inforniation can be obtained by addressing FRANK E. SNOW, Gen'l Pass. and Ticket Ag't, Detroit. CHÜRCH DIRECTORY. BAPTIST- Catherine street, between Fifth and Divuuon streets. Services at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. bunday School after morning service Prayer meetiag, Thursdav evening at 7 o'clock. Pastor -Rey. Samuel Haskell; residence, 36 Thompson CONGREGATIONAL-Corner of State and Williain streets. Sabbath services at 10" a. m. and 7 p. M. Sunday School at close of mormng services Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock] CATHOLIC(St.Thomas)-North street, between División and State. First Mass at 8 a. m. Hteh Mass at 10X a.m. Sunday School at V, p. m Vespers at 7 PM. Pastor- Rev. F. J. Van Ekp ; residence, 34 E. North street. EPISCOPALfSt. Andrew)-Division street, north of Cathenue. Sabbath services at 10U a. m. and 7 P. M. Sunday School at 2% p. m. Service on Thursday evening and on the morning of all Holy Days Rector- Rev. Wyllys Hall ; residence, 29 N State' 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. írayer meeting Wednesday evening. Pastor- Eev. Fred Esslingek ; residence, Ann street. LUTHEBAN- Comer of First and Washington streets. Sabbath services 10) A, M. and 1% ?. m. Sunday School at close of morning service. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Pastor- Eev. H. Keuther ; residence 24 Fifth street METHODIST EPISCOPAL-Cornei of State and Washington streets. Sabbath services at lüV a m and 7 p. m. Sunday School at close of mornini service. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock Young peoples' meeting Sunday eveniug at 6 oUoeL Pastor-Bev. E. B. Pope; residence, 46 Washington street. METHODIST EPISCOPAL (Coloredj-Fourth street, north of Pontiac. Sabbath services at 101 I a.m. and 7 p.M. Prayer meeting Tlmrsday enamg at 7 o'clock. Pastor- Eev. Chas. H. Wabd PRESBYTEEIAN-Corner of Hurón and División streets. Services at V2 o'clock a.m. and 7 p. M. bunday School after morniug service. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Youhk peoples' meeting Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. ECrtV BK0WNi " 21 EaSt o UNiTABiAN-Corner of Ann and Fifth streets. Sabbath services at 10X m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School atter morning service. Students' class at fi-Fw; Pas"r-ilEV. C. H. Beiuham ; residence 48 tast Ann street. ' Zion Lütheran- Corner of Washington and Fifth streets. Sabbath services at wy2 a. m. and 7 P. M. hunday School at close of mornine service Prayer meeting Wednosdny evening at 7 o'clock' Pastor- Eev. H. Belser ; resideuce, Ann street. STUDENTS' CHEISTIAN ASSOCIATIONMeeting in University Chapel at 9 o'clock a. m on Sunday, 6:45 o'cloek p. m. on Wednesday and &4u o clock p. m. on Friday of each week. Eeadiug Koom ol the Association open on Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m.