NEW ADVERTISEMENT8 Ann Árbor City Mills, The Flour wo are makinc from Southorn 1111nols .nul OM Wblt Michigan Mli.nl i givng the VEEY BEST 8ATISFACTION. Ak on r Grocer for ït, or cali at our ï'loiir and Feed Street, cor. Ann and 1 oiiriii KtreetH. To Kabmebb.- Wo are pying the higheot martet price at uil times lot Wheitt. Cali at our milli wfore a;lling and got nll yotir whout ia worth. 1715tf SWATHEL, AILEB & KYEH. t oiiii;ií I(I11 ie ion ITV LIIVIE ! Oliio liinetrill hú herefterold at mi lirae workB t wholraalo for 30 cents a bunhel, and Monroe Unie it 28 cents. Also Iirick, Watrllrao, Calcined lRtcrf Cement, Plantorlng llairand Wood fur enk. Aun Arbor, 10, 1878. 17Wra3 JACOB V0LLAXI. Harper's Bazar. ILLUSTRATED, SOTIL'KX OF TUE PRESS. To arera according to farfur's Basar will l-e tho dim and nmblliou of the wonu.'tiof America - lioton Trun script. As a fait h fu] cbfoniclfi of fashion, and a newspporof douiefític autl social characu-r, it rauks without a rival - Iirwklyn Eoglt. 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