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BUSINESS DIRECTORX. TOÑAUD MAOLEAK, M. I., Pbysioian and J Surgeon. Office and residence, 71 Huron street, Ann Arbor. Office hours from 8 to 9 a. m. aud f rom Ito3p. m. KS. SOPHIA VOLI.AND, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office at residence, 44 Ann utreet. Will attend to all professional calis proniptly, day or night. -ITT" H. JACKSON, Dentist. Office corner of yV Main and Washington Btreets, over Bach & Abel'e store, Ann Arbor, Mich. Anesthetics administered if required. t"ACK & SCHMID, dealers in Dry Goods, IX Groceries, Crockery, etc., No. 54 South Main streef BACH & ABEL, dealers iu Dry Goods, Groceries, etc., No. 26 South Main street, Ann Arbor, Mich. -fTTM. WAGNEK, dealer ia Ready-Made ClothW ing, Cloths, Cassimeres, Veslings, Trunks, -Cvpet Bags, etc., 21 South Main street. SCH AÊBERÈËrTcaclier of the Kano-forte. . Pupils attain the desired skill in piano-playinft by a systeniatic course of iustruction. For terniB, apply at residence, No. 12 W. Liberty street, Aim Arbor. Prompt attention jiaid to piano-tuning. KATIE J. KOGEKS, Portrait Painter. Portraits painted to order eitherfroiu life or photographB. Instructions given in Drawing and Painting by the system uscd in Academies of Design. Studio, No. 7, cor. División and Ann streets. J. D. HARTLEY, M. D., AND MKS. SOPHIA HAKTLEY, M. D., GERMÁN AND ENGLISH PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office aud residence, No. 18 Thompson, corner of Thompson and Williain streets, Ann Arbor, Miela. Mrs. Dr. Hartlcy will limit her practice to the treatïnent of diseasea j)eculiar to Ladies and Children. MISS MANTIE M. MILNER, TEACHER OF THE PIANO. Instruction given at the residence of the pupil if desired. For terms inquire at residence, No. 48 South State street. 16U EUGENE K FRUEAUFF, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND JÜSTICE OP THE P.EACE. All business promptly attonded to. Office No. 8 E;tt Washington strect, Rinsey & Seabolt?s block. NOAH W. CHEEVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office cast side of Court Houso Square Ann Arbor, Mich. l JOHN L. BURLEIGH, Attornev and Counselor at Law, No. 24 Bank Block, second floor, ANN AKBOE, - - MICHIGAN. HEÑRY R. HILL, ATTORNEY AT LAW And Dealer in Keal Estáte. Office, No. 3 Opera House Block, ANN ABBOK. EVERYBODY SAYS THAT REVENAUCH IS THE Boss Photographer of Ann Arbor. 28 Kast Huron Street, up-stairs. J. H. NICR'ELS, FltESH & SALT MEATS, Hami, Sausagea, Lani, etc, STATE STREET, OPPOSIl'E NORTHWEST COKNER OF UNIVEESITY CAMPC8. Orders promptly filled. Farmers having meats M fiell should give him a cali. 1568-yl THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK. Ann Arbor, Michigan. Capital pald in SS 50,000.00 Capital security 100,000.00 Tranaacts a general Bankinu Business ; buys and j eells Exchange on New York, Detroit and Chicago ; ells Sight Drafts on all the principal cities of Europo; also, sells Passage Tickets to Liverpool, London aud Glasgow, vía the Anchor Line of Steamhips, whose rates are lower than most other flrstclas8 lines. This Bank, already having a large business, invite merchants and others to open accounts with them, with the assurance of the most liberal dealing consistent with safe banking. In the Savings Department interest is pald at the rate of five per ent. per anrum, payable semi-annually, on the flrst days of January and July,on all sums that have remained on deposit three months previous to those days, thus affording the people of this city and county a perfectly safe depository for their funds, together with a fair return in interest for the same. Money to Loan on Approved Secnrltles. Dibectobs- Chrislian Mack, W. W. Wines, W. D Harriman, Daniel Hiscock, R. A. Beal, Wm. Deubei and Wülard B. Bmith. OFFICERS : CHKISTIAN HACK, W. W. 'HINES, President. Vice President CHA8. E. HISCOCK, Cashier. A CARD. Tbc undersigned respectfully informs lus friends ana (he public of Ann Arbor and vicinity. that he purchaned the stock of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Artioles, Dye Stuffs, &e., Ibrmeriy owued hy thi late Qeorge Qrenville, and tüHt he wil! continue the drug business, in all its brancheB, at tne old stand, NO. 5 SOUTH MAIN STREET. By glving strict attention to business, and selling g )ods at reasonable prices, he hopes to merit a share of ihe public patronage. tv Particular atteution ívill be paid to the comronnaing and fllling of Physicians' Prenoriptions by competent assistants. EMANUEL MANN Aim Arbor, March 25, 187S. EBERBACH & SON, Iriiüsis iJ Piraos, 12 South Main StM K"' i's on hand a large and well selected Btock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, BYE STUFFS &RTISTS' & WAX FLOWER MATERIALS Toilet Artilles, Trusses, Etc. PURE WINES AND MQUORS Bpecial attentiou paid to the furnithing of Phy Waánií, Chemists, Schools, etc, with Piiilosophica "d CHemical Apparatus, Bohemiau Chcmioa Wwwaro, Porcelain Ware, Pure Reagents, etc. '" icwnij' pioícniítiouB carefuily prepared t tl! te r? ' ;61


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