BUSIN ESS DIRECTOR Y . DB. TAÏLOB, ATTOENEY AT LAW, Chelsea, Mich. DONAL.D 9IACLEAN, Rf. ., Phyjloian and öurgeon. Office and residence, 71 Huron Street, Ann Arbor. Office houra fruni 8 to 9 a. M. and from 1 to 3 p. M. MRS. SOl'lll A VOMAND, MC. D., I'hysician ana Surgeon. Office at residence, 44 Anu Btreet. Will attend to all professional calis promptly, day and nigbt. WH. JACK.SOSÍ, Dentist. Office corner Main aid Washington streets, over Bach & Abel's stoie, Ann Arbor, Slich. AnestJit;tie8 admiülstered if dcsiivd. CSCHAEBEKLE, Teacher of the Piano forte. Pupils attain tlie desired skill in 8Iano-playing by a systematic course of instrucon. For terms, appfy at residence, No. 12 West Liberty street, Ann Arbor. Prompt attention paid to piano turing. _ CBAMEK, FRUEAUFF & COKBIN, Attorneys at Law, E. K. FRUEAUFF, .Tustice of the Peace. AU business proniptly attended to. Office No. 8 ! East Washington street, Rinseyand SeaboU'a block. HENRY E. HILL, Attorney at Law, Dealer In Real Estáte and Insurance Agent. Office, No. 3 Opera Houne Block. ANN ARBOB. E. C.Í'REEB, DEALER IN Fresh, Salt & Smolced Meats,Fresh Fish, Oysters, Poultry, etc. So. 36 East Hurón Street, Ann Ahbor, Mich. J. H. NICKELS, DEALER IN FRESH AND SALT MEATS, Ham, (iansagcs, Liiril, etc, BTATE STREET, OPPOSIÏE NORTHWEST CORNER OF UN1VERSITY CAMPUS. Orders promptly fllled. Farmers having meats to seü give him a cali. EVERYBODY SAYSTHAT S. B. REVENAUGH IS THE Boas Photographer of Ann Arbor. Fourth Street, East of Court House, lst floor. THE ANN AEBOR SAVI1TGS BANK ANN ARBOK, MICHIGAN. Capital paid In - - - 50,000.00 Capital security - - - 100.000.00 Transacts a general Banking Business ; buys and ella Exchanges on New York, Detroit and Chicago ; sel! Sight Drafts ou all the principal cities of Europe; also, sella Passage Tickets to Uierpool, London and Glasgow, via the Anchor Line of Steamhlps, whose rates are lower than most otlier flrstclass lines. ■ This Bank, already having a largo business, invite merchants and others to open accounts with them, ■with the asauranceof most liberal dealing consisttnt wlth safe banking. In theSavings Departmeut interest is paid semiannually, on the first days of January and July, on all tutus that were deposited three montlis previous to those days, thus atlording the people of this city andcounty a perfectly sufe deposttory fr ttaeir funds, together with a fair return in interst for the i&uie. Mouey to Itoan on Approved Securities. Dibkctoes Christian Mack, W. W. Wincs, W. D. Harriman. Danid Hiscock, K. A. Boni, Win. Deubel, and Willard B. Smitli. OFFICERS : OHRISTIAN MACK, W. W. WINF.R, President. Vice President CHAS. E. HI8C0CK, Cashier. A CARD. The undersigned respectfully iuforms his friends and thepublic of Ann Arbor and vieinity, that lio has purchased the stock of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Dye Stuffs, &c, Formerly owned by tte late George üreuvillo, and that he will continue the drug business, in all lts branches, at the old stand, O. 5 SOUTH ItlAIlV STREET. By giving strict attention to business, and selling goods at reasonable priees, hehopes to merit a share of the public patronage. 49"Particular attention will be paid to the compounding and fllling of Physicians' Prescriptiona by eompetent assistants. EMANUEL MANN. Ann Arbor, March 25, 1878. EBERBACH & SON, Druggists and Pharmacists, 12 South MainSt., Hm nohand a large' and well selected stock of DEUGS, MEDICINES. CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS, Artista and Wax Flower Materials, Toilet Articles, Trusses, Etc. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Special attentionpaid to the furnishinK of Physlciaus, Chemists, Schools, etc., with Philosophieal and Chemicíil Apparatus, Bofaemian Chemical Glassware, Porcelain V:ire, Pure Reagentu, etc. Phjslcians' prescriptions caxefuUy prepared at 11 houn.