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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. RUFUS FLEMINfi, Attorney at Law, office over Ames' News Depot, Ann Arbor, Mich. DONALL) HACLBAN, M. D., Physieian and Surgeon. OfBce and residence, 71 Huron street, Ann Arbor. Office honrs f rom 8 to 9 a. in. and f rom to 3 p. m. MItS. SOPHIA VOLLAND, M. I)., Physician and Surgeon. Office at residence, 44 Ann ItrJf t. Will attend to all professional calis proniiity, day and night. 1T H. JACKSON, Dentist. Office corner of TV Main and Washington streets, over Bach & Abel's store, Ann Arbor, Mich. Anesthetics administered if required. MACK & SCHMID, dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, etc., No. 54 South Main Btreet. BACH & ABEL, dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, etc., No. 26 South Main street, Ana Arbor, Mich. WM. WAGNEB, dealer in Beady-Made Clothing, Clotns, Cassimeres, Vestings, Trunks Oarpet Bags, etc, 21 South Main street. CSCHAEBEKLE, Teacher of the Piano-forte. l'upils attain the desired skill in piano-playiug by a systematie course of instruction. For terms, apply at residence, No. 12 W. Liberty Btreet Aun Albor. Prompt attention paid to piano-tuning! KAXIE J. KOGERS, Portrait Painter. Portraits p.-.iuted to order eitherfroni life or phologrsphs. Instructions givcn in Drawing and Pamtiiifi by the systeru used in Academies of Design. Studio, No. 7, cor. División and Ann streets. J. D. HAETLEY, M. D., AND MKS. SOPHIA HARTLEY, M. D., GERMÁN AND ENGLISH PHYSICIANS AND SURCEONS. Office and residence, No. 18 Thompson, corner of Thompson aud Wiitiam streets, Ann Arbor, Micli. Mrs. Dr. Hartley will liniit her practice to the treatment of diseases peculiar to Ladies and Children. " FRUEAÜFF & CORBIN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. E. K. Fli OBiÜFF, Justice of the Peace. All business prompüy attended to. Office No. 8 East Washington street, Rinsey & Seabolfs block. NOAH W. CHEEVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ollice cast eide of Court House Square. Ann Arbor, Mich. JOHN L. BURLEIGH, Attornev and Counselor at Law, No. 24 liank Block, sccoud floor, ANN ARBOR, - - MICHIGAN. HENRY R. HILL, ATTORNEY AT LAW Dealer in Keal Estáte, and Insurance Agent. Office, No. 3 Ooera House B'.ocli, ANN ARBOB. EVERYBODY SAYS THAT S. B. REVENAUCH 16 THE Boss Photographer of Ann Arbor Fovrth Street, East of Court Home; lstjloor. J. H. NIGKELS, Dealer in FRESH & SALT MEATS, Mams, Sausages, Lard, etc, STATE SÏKEET, OPPOSITE NORTHWEST CORNER OF UNIVERSITY CAMPUS. Orders promptly fllled. Farmers having meats to scll Bhould give hini a cali. 1568-yl thFanFaëböë SAVINGS BANK Arm Arbor, Michigan. Capital paid in x 50,000.00 Capital security 100,000.00 Transada a general Banking Business ; buys aud Klis Exchange on New York, Detroit and Chicago ; ells Siglit Drafts on aU the principal cities of iorope; also, sells Passage Tickets to Liverpool, Imdon and Glasgow. tthe Anchor Line of SteamMps, whose ratos are lower than most other flratclass lines. ïhis Bank, alrcady having a large business, invite merchante and others to open accounts with Hem, with the assuranco of the most liberal dealing :OIlSlötent Witll Rafp hanliinrr In the Savings Department Interest is paid at the fateof fim per cent. per annuni, payable semi-annally, on the flrst days of January and July,on all smns that have remained on deposit three months irevious to those days, thus affording the people of IWs city and county a perfectly safe depository for Uii-ir funds, together with a fair return in inter f the same. Honey to i.oim on Approved Securitles. DinEcroiis- Chrisüau Mack, W. W. Wines W D II iiriman, Daniel Hiscock, K. A. Beal, Wm. Deubel l!'il Wiilard B. Smith. ' OFFIOERS : (IIKiSÏIAN MACK. W. W. WINES, President. Vice President CHAS. E. HISCOCK, Cashier. A CASO. The unclersignecï respectfully informa his friende the public of Ann Arbor and viciuity that he w purchased the stock of Drugs, Medicinen, Toilet Articles, Bye Stuffa, &c, ïomierly owned by the !atc George Grenvillo, and 'ut hc will continue the drug bueiuess, in al! i(s otnches, at the old stand, NO. S SOUTH MAIN STREET. .ing strict attention to busiceKs, and sclling OM t reasoiiiible prices, he hopos to inerit a share 1 Puli patronage. ■' IMrtiiMilar attoution will be paid to the conimOing and fllling of Physicians' Prescriptions by peteni assistacts. EMANUEL MANN 'urn Arbor, March 25, 1878. KBJÍRBACH & SON, öriÊlsts ei Plmacists, 12 South Main St., ou hand a large and well selected stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, DYE STUPF8 ART1STS1 & WAI FLOWER MATERIALS Toilet, Articles, Trusses, Ktc. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Special attention paid to the furnishiug of Pliv ; ■cau.% Chemist, .School, etc, with Philosophica , Chemical Ap])aratus, Bohemian Chemici "ware, Porcelain Ware, Pure Beagents, etc. füj-sicians' prescriptions carefully prepared 6!1 liQurs i v f jMg


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